Operating Instructions High Definition Plasma Display

Operating Instructions High Definition Plasma Display

Operating Instructions

High De¿ nition Plasma Display

Model No.

TH-65VX300ER

English

Please read these instructions before operating your set and retain them for future reference.

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Dear Panasonic Customer

Welcome to the Panasonic family of customers. We hope that you will have many years of enjoyment from your new Plasma Display.

To obtain maximum benefit from your set, please read these Instructions before making any adjustments, and retain them for future reference.

Retain your purchase receipt also, and note down the model number and serial number of your set in the space provided on the rear cover of these instructions.

Visit our Panasonic Web Site http://panasonic.net

Table of Contents

Important Safety Notice ........................................... 3

Safety Precautions ................................................... 4

3D Safety Precautions ............................................. 7

Accessories .............................................................. 9

Accessories Supply ................................................. 9

Remote Control Batteries ........................................ 9

Connections ............................................................ 10

Speaker connection ............................................... 10

AC cord connection and ¿ xing, cable ¿ xing ........... 10

Video equipment connection ..................................11

COMPONENT / RGB IN connection ..................... 12

HDMI connection ................................................... 12

PC Input Terminals connection .............................. 13

SERIAL Terminals connection ............................... 14

Power On / Off ......................................................... 15

Selecting the input signal ...................................... 18

Basic Controls ........................................................ 19

ASPECT Controls ................................................... 21

Viewing 3D images ................................................. 22

To view the 3D images .......................................... 22

Troubleshooting for 3D Eyewear .......................... 23

Table of images that can be seen for each 3D

Picture Format and the source image format ........ 23

On-Screen Menu Displays ..................................... 24

Adjusting Pos. /Size ............................................... 25

Picture Adjustments ............................................... 28

Advanced settings ................................................. 30

Colour space adjustment (Colour Gamut) ............. 32

Picture Pro¿ les ....................................................... 34

Saving pro¿ les ....................................................... 35

Loading pro¿ les ..................................................... 36

Editing pro¿ les ....................................................... 37

Locking pro¿ les ..................................................... 38

Sound Adjustment .................................................. 40

SDI Sound Output ................................................. 40

Setup menu ............................................................. 41

Component / RGB-in select ................................... 41

YUV / RGB-in select .............................................. 41

External scaler mode ............................................. 42

Power save ............................................................ 43

Standby save ......................................................... 43

PC Power management ........................................ 43

No signal power off ................................................ 43

No activity power off .............................................. 43

OSD design ........................................................... 44

OSD position ......................................................... 44

OSD Language ...................................................... 44

3D Settings ............................................................ 45

Signal menu .......................................................... 46

Waveform Monitor ................................................. 48

Marker Settings ..................................................... 49

RGB/MONO settings ............................................. 51

Screensaver .......................................................... 52

Extended life settings ............................................ 54

Customizing the Input labels ................................. 57

Function Button Settings ....................................... 57

Day/Time Setup / On/Off Timer Setup ................... 58

Network Setup ....................................................... 59

Options Adjustments ............................................. 60

3D Safety Precautions (To hide 3D Safety

Precautions) .......................................................... 61

Using FUNCTION button ........................................ 62

Using Network Function ........................................ 64

Example of Network Connection ........................... 64

Command Control ................................................. 64

PJLink™ Protocol .................................................. 65

Using Web Browser Control .................................. 66

Before Using Web Browser Control....................... 66

Access from Web Browser .................................... 66

Display Control (BASIC CONTROL/OPTION

CONTROL Screen) ............................................... 67

NETWORK SETTING (Network Setup Screen) .... 68

Password Setting (Password Setup Screen) ........ 68

Troubleshooting ..................................................... 69

List of Aspect Modes ............................................. 70

Applicable Input Signals ........................................ 71

Shipping condition ................................................. 72

Speci¿ cations ......................................................... 73

Important Safety Notice

WARNING

1) To prevent damage which may result in ¿ re or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to dripping or splashing.

Do not place containers with water (À ower vase, cups, cosmetics, etc.) above the set. (including on shelves above, etc.)

2) To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to quali¿ ed service personnel.

3) Do not remove the earthing pin on the power plug. This apparatus is equipped with a three pin earthing-type power plug. This plug will only ¿ t an earthing-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician.

Do not defeat the purpose of the earthing plug.

4) To prevent electric shock, ensure the earthing pin on the AC cord power plug is securely connected.

CAUTION

This appliance is intended for use in environments which are relatively free of electromagnetic ¿ elds.

Using this appliance near sources of strong electromagnetic ¿ elds or where electrical noise may overlap with the input signals could cause the picture and sound to wobble or cause interference such as noise to appear.

To avoid the possibility of harm to this appliance, keep it away from sources of strong electromagnetic ¿ elds.

FOR YOUR SAFETY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.

This display is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 10 amp fuse is

¿ tted in this plug. Shall the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 10 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.

Check for the ASTA mark

ASA

or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse.

If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is re¿ tted when the fuse is replaced.

If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained.

A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic dealer.

Do not cut off the mains plug.

Do not use any other type of mains lead except the one supplied with this display.

The supplied mains lead and moulded plug are designed to be used with this display to avoid interference and for your safety.

If the socket outlet in your home is not suitable, get it changed by a quali¿ ed electrician.

If the plug or mains lead becomes damaged, purchase a replacement from an authorized dealer.

WARNING : — THIS DISPLAY MUST BE EARTHED.

How to replace the fuse. Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.

Trademark Credits

• VGA is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.

• Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Inc., USA.

• SVGA, XGA, SXGA and UXGA are registered trademarks of the Video Electronics Standard Association.

Even if no special notation has been made of company or product trademarks, these trademarks have been fully respected.

• HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-De¿ nition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI

Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

Note:

Do not allow a still picture to be displayed for an extended period, as this can cause a permanent image retention to remain on the Plasma Display.

Examples of still pictures include logos, video games, computer images, teletext and images displayed in 4:3 mode.

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Safety Precautions

WARNING

Setup

This Plasma Display is for use only with the following optional accessories. Use with any other type of optional accessories may cause instability which could result in the possibility of injury.

(All of the following accessories are manufactured by Panasonic Corporation.)

• Speakers ........................................................................ TY-SP65P11WK

• Pedestal ......................................................................... TY-ST65VX300

• Wall-hanging bracket (angled) ....................................... TY-WK65PR20

• BNC Dual Video Terminal Board .................................... TY-FB9BD

• HD-SDI Terminal Board .................................................. TY-FB9HD

• HD-SDI Terminal Board with audio ................................ TY-FB10HD

• Dual Link HD-SDI Terminal Board .................................. TY-FB11DHD

• Dual HD-SDI Terminal Board for 3D .............................. TY-FB30DHD3D

• Dual HDMI Terminal Board ............................................ TY-FB10HMD

• DVI-D Terminal Board .................................................... TY-FB11DD

• Dual DVI-D Terminal Board for 3D ................................. TY-FB30DD3D

• AV Terminal Box ............................................................. TY-TB10AV

• 3D IR TRANSMITTER ................................................... TY-3D30TRW

Always be sure to ask a quali¿ ed technician to carry out set-up.

Small parts can present choking hazard if accidentally swallowed. Keep small parts away from young children. Discard unneeded small parts and other objects, including packaging materials and plastic bags/sheets to prevent them from being played with by young children, creating the potential risk of suffocation.

Do not place the Plasma Display on sloped or unstable surfaces, and ensure that the Plasma Display does not hang over the edge of the base.

• The Plasma Display may fall off or tip over.

Do not place any objects on top of the Plasma Display.

• If water is spills onto the Plasma Display or foreign objects get inside it, a short-circuit may occur which could result in ¿ re or electric shock. If any foreign objects get inside the Plasma Display, please consult your local Panasonic dealer.

Transport only in upright position!

• Transporting the unit with its display panel facing upright or downward may cause damage to the internal circuitry.

Ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items such as newspapers, table cloths and curtains.

For suf¿ cient ventilation;

If using the pedestal (optional accessory), leave a space of 10 cm or more at the top, left and right, and 7 cm or more at the rear, and also keep the space between the bottom of the display and the À oor surface.

If using some other setting-up method, follow the manual of it. (If there is no speci¿ c indication of installation dimension in the installation manual, leave a space of 10 cm or more at the top, bottom, left and right, and 7 cm or more at the rear.)

Safety Precautions

When using the Plasma Display

The Plasma Display is designed to operate on 220 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz.

Do not cover the ventilation holes.

• Doing so may cause the Plasma Display to overheat, which can cause ¿ re or damage to the Plasma Display.

Do not stick any foreign objects into the Plasma Display.

• Do not insert any metal or À ammable objects into the ventilations holes or drop them onto the Plasma Display, as doing so can cause ¿ re or electric shock.

Do not remove the cover or modify it in any way.

• High voltages which can cause severe electric shocks are present inside the Plasma Display. For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact your local Panasonic dealer.

Ensure that the mains plug is easily accessible.

An apparatus with CLASS I construction shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.

Do not use any power supply cord other than that provided with this unit.

• Doing so may cause ¿ re or electric shocks.

Securely insert the power supply plug as far as it will go.

• If the plug is not fully inserted, heat may be generated which could cause ¿ re. If the plug is damaged or the wall socket is loose, they shall not be used.

Do not handle the power supply plug with wet hands.

• Doing so may cause electric shocks.

Do not do anything that may damage the power cable. When disconnecting the power cable, pull on the plug body, not the cable.

• Do not damage the cable, make any modi¿ cations to it, place heavy objects on top of it, heat it, place it near any hot objects, twist it, bend it excessively or pull it. To do so may cause ¿ re and electric shock. If the power cable is damaged, have it repaired at your local Panasonic dealer.

If the Plasma Display is not going to be used for any prolonged length of time, unplug the power supply plug from the wall outlet.

To prevent the spread of ¿ re, keep candles or other open À ames away from this product at all times.

If problems occur during use

If a problem occurs (such as no picture or no sound), or if smoke or an abnormal odour starts to come out from the Plasma Display, immediately unplug the power supply plug from the wall outlet.

• If you continue to use the Plasma Display in this condition, ¿ re or electric shock could result. After checking that the smoke has stopped, contact your local Panasonic dealer so that the necessary repairs can be made. Repairing the Plasma Display yourself is extremely dangerous, and shall never be done.

If water or foreign objects get inside the Plasma Display, if the Plasma Display is dropped, or if the cabinet becomes damages, disconnect the power supply plug immediately.

• A short circuit may occur, which could cause ¿ re. Contact your local Panasonic dealer for any repairs that need to be made.

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Safety Precautions

CAUTION

When using the Plasma Display

Do not bring your hands, face or objects close to the ventilation holes of the Plasma Display.

• Heated air comes out from the ventilation holes at the top of Plasma Display will be hot. Do not bring your hands or face, or objects which cannot withstand heat, close to this port, otherwise burns or deformation could result.

Be sure to disconnect all cables before moving the Plasma Display.

• If the Plasma Display is moved while some of the cables are still connected, the cables may become damaged, and ¿ re or electric shock could result.

Disconnect the power supply plug from the wall socket as a safety precaution before carrying out any cleaning.

• Electric shocks can result if this is not done.

Clean the power cable regularly to prevent it becoming dusty.

• If dust built up on the power cord plug, the resultant humidity can damage the insulation, which could result in ¿ re.

Pull the power cord plug out from the wall outlet and wipe the mains lead with a dry cloth.

Do not burn or breakup batteries.

• Batteries must not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, ¿ re or the like.

This Plasma Display radiates infrared rays, therefore it may affect other infrared communication equipment.

Install your infrared sensor in a place away from direct or reÀ ected light from your Plasma Display.

Cleaning and maintenance

The front of the display panel has been specially treated. Wipe the panel surface gently using only a cleaning cloth or a soft, lint-free cloth.

• If the surface is particularly dirty, wipe with a soft, lint-free cloth which has been soaked in pure water or water in which neutral detergent has been diluted 100 times, and then wipe it evenly with a dry cloth of the same type until the surface is dry.

• Do not scratch or hit the surface of the panel with ¿ ngernails or other hard objects, otherwise the surface may become damaged. Furthermore, avoid contact with volatile substances such as insect sprays, solvents and thinner, otherwise the quality of the surface may be adversely affected.

If the cabinet becomes dirty, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth.

• If the cabinet is particularly dirty, soak the cloth in water to which a small amount of neutral detergent has been added and then wring the cloth dry. Use this cloth to wipe the cabinet, and then wipe it dry with a dry cloth.

• Do not allow any detergent to come into direct contact with the surface of the Plasma Display. If water droplets get inside the unit, operating problems may result.

• Avoid contact with volatile substances such as insect sprays, solvents and thinner, otherwise the quality of the cabinet surface may be adversely affected or the coating may peel off. Furthermore, do not leave it for long periods in contact with articles made from rubber or PVC.

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Safety Precautions

3D Safety Precautions

WARNING

Small Parts

3D Eyewear contains small parts (battery and specialised band, etc.) and must be kept out of reach of small children to avoid accidental ingestion.

Disassembly

Do not disassemble or modify the 3D Eyewear.

Lithium Battery

Batteries must not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, ¿ re or the like.

CAUTION

To enjoy 3D images safely and comfortably, please read these instructions fully.

Use for commercial applications and public viewing

Someone in authority should responsibly convey the precautions for use of the 3D Eyewear to the user.

3D Eyewear

Do not drop, exert pressure on, or step on the 3D Eyewear.

Always store the 3D Eyewear in the case provided when not in use.

Be careful of the tips of the frame when putting on the 3D Eyewear.

Be careful not to trap a ¿ nger in the hinge section of the 3D Eyewear.

Pay special attention when children are using the 3D Eyewear.

3D Eyewear should not be used by children younger than 5 - 6 years old, as a guideline.

All children must be fully supervised by parents or guardians who must ensure their safety and health throughout the using 3D Eyewear.

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Safety Precautions

Viewing 3D Content

Content for 3D viewing includes commercially available Blu-ray discs, 3D broadcasts, etc.

When preparing your own 3D content, ensure that it is properly produced.

Do not use the 3D Eyewear if you have a history of over-sensitivity to light, heart problems, or have any other existing medical conditions.

Please stop using the 3D Eyewear immediately, if you feel tired, are not feeling well or experience any other uncomfortable sensation.

Take an appropriate break after viewing a 3D movie.

Take a break of between 30 - 60 minutes after viewing 3D content on interactive devices such as 3D games or computers.

Be careful not to strike the screen or other people unintentionally. When using the 3D Eyewear the distance between the user and screen can be misjudged.

The 3D Eyewear must only be worn when viewing 3D content.

If you do not look toward the screen for a while when viewing 3D images, the 3D Eyewear may be turned off automatically.

If you suffer from any eyesight problems (short / far-sighted, astigmatism, eyesight differences in left and right), please ensure to correct your vision before using the 3D Eyewear.

Stop using the 3D Eyewear if you can clearly see double images when viewing 3D content.

When the multiple plasma displays are placed side by side, 3D images may be seen doubly due to interference among them. Place each display at an appropriate location to avoid it.

Do not use the 3D Eyewear at a distance less than the recommended distance.

View from at least the recommended distance (3 times the effective height of the screen).

Recommended distance

TH-65VX300ER: 2.4 m

When the top and bottom area of the screen is blackened, such as movies, view the screen at a distance

3 times further than the height of the actual image. (That makes the distance closer than above recommended

¿ gure.)

3D Eyewear Use

Before using the 3D Eyewear, ensure no breakable objects surrounding the user to avoid any accidental damage or injury.

Remove the 3D Eyewear before moving around to avoid falling or accidental injury.

Always put the 3D Eyewear in the case (supplied) after use.

Use the 3D Eyewear only for the intended purpose and nothing else.

Do not use 3D Eyewear in the condition of high temperature.

Do not use if the 3D Eyewear is physically damaged.

Do not use any devices that emit the infrared signals near the 3D Eyewear, as this may cause the 3D Eyewear false operations.

Do not use devices (such as mobile phones or personal transceivers) that emit strong electromagnetic waves near the 3D Eyewear as this may cause the 3D Eyewear to malfunction.

Stop using the 3D Eyewear immediately if a malfunction or fault occurs.

Stop using the 3D Eyewear immediately if you experience any redness, pain, or skin irritation around the nose or temples.

In rare cases, the materials used in the 3D Eyewear may cause an allergic reaction.

Lithium Battery

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.

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Accessories

Accessories Supply

Check that you have the accessories and items shown

Operating Instruction book CD-ROM

(Operating instructions)

Remote Control

Transmitter

N2QAYB000688

Batteries for the Remote

Control Transmitter

(R6 (UM3) Size × 2)

Power supply cord Clamper × 1

TMME289

Ferrite core × 2

J0KG00000014

Remote Control Batteries

Requires two R6 batteries.

1. Pull and hold the hook, then open the battery cover.

2. Insert batteries - note correct polarity ( + and -).

Close

Open

“R6 (UM3)” size

Use the Ferrite cores to comply with the EMC standard.

(see page 64)

Hook

Helpful Hint:

For frequent remote control users, replace old batteries with Alkaline batteries for longer life.

Precaution on battery use

Incorrect installation can cause battery leakage and corrosion that will damage the remote control transmitter.

Disposal of batteries should be in an environment-friendly manner.

Observe the following precaution:

1. Batteries shall always be replaced as a pair. Always use new batteries when replacing the old set.

2. Do not combine a used battery with a new one.

3. Do not mix battery types (example: “Zinc Carbon” with “Alkaline”).

4. Do not attempt to charge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or burn used batteries.

5. Battery replacement is necessary when remote control acts sporadically or stops operating the Plasma Display set.

6. Do not burn or breakup batteries.

Batteries must not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, ¿ re or the like.

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Connections

Speaker connection

When connecting the speakers, be sure to use only the optional accessory speakers.

Refer to the speaker’s Installation Manual for details on speaker installation.

Speakers (Optional accessories)

1

2

Red

Black

While pressing the lever, insert the core wire.

Red

Black

Return the lever.

AC cord connection and ¿ xing, cable ¿ xing

AC cord ¿ xing

Unplug the AC cord

Plug the AC cord into the display unit.

Plug the AC cord until it clicks.

Note:

Make sure that the AC cord is locked on both the left and right sides.

Unplug the AC cord pressing the two knobs.

Note:

When disconnecting the AC cord, be absolutely sure to disconnect the AC cord plug at the socket outlet ¿ rst.

Using the clamper

Secure any excess cables with clamper as required.

Note:

One clamper is supplied with this unit. In case of securing cables at three positions, please purchase it separately.

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1

Attach the clamper

hole

To remove from the unit: snaps

2

Bundle the cables

To loosen:

Insert the clamper in a hole.

Keep pushing both side snaps hooks

Set the tip in the hooks knob

Keep pushing the knob

Video equipment connection

Connections

SLOT:

Terminal board (optional accessories) insert slot

(see page 4)

Note:

The right side slot is for factory use only.

The terminal board with 1-slot width does not function when installed in the right side slot.

3D IR TRANSMITTER:

Connect the 3D IR

TRANSMITTER (optional accessory).

SERIAL:

Control the Plasma Display by connecting to PC.

(see page 14)

LAN: Connect to a network to control the unit.

(see page

60)

Terminals are on the bottom side of the Plasma Display.

COMPONENT/RGB IN: Component/RGB Video Input

Terminal (see page 12)

AV IN (HDMI): HDMI Input Terminal (see page 12)

Connect to video equipment such as VCR or DVD player.

PC IN: PC Input Terminal

Connect to video terminal of PC or equipment with Y,

P

B

(C

B

) and P

R

(C

R

) output

(see page 13).

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Connections

COMPONENT / RGB IN connection

Note:

Additional equipment, cables and adapter plugs shown are not supplied with this set.

Notes:

• Change the “Component/RGB-in select” setting in the “Setup” menu to “Component” (when Component signal connection) or

“RGB” (when RGB signal connection). (see page 41)

• Signals input to COMPONENT/RGB IN terminals correspond to

Sync on G or Sync on Y.

Computer

DVD Player

RGB Camcorder

Y

P

B

P

R

Y , P

B

, P

R

,

OUT

L

R

AUDIO

OUT

HDMI connection

[Pin assignments and signal names]

Pin No.

Signal name

Pin No.

Signal name

1

T.M.D.S Data2+

11

T.M.D.S Clock

Shield

2

T.M.D.S Data2

Shield

12

T.M.D.S Clock-

3

T.M.D.S Data2-

13

CEC

4

5

6

7

T.M.D.S Data1+

T.M.D.S Data1

Shield

T.M.D.S Data1-

14

15

16

Reserved

(N.C. on device)

SCL

8

9

10

T.M.D.S Data0+

T.M.D.S Data0

Shield

T.M.D.S Data0-

T.M.D.S Clock+

17

18

19

SDA

DDC/CEC

Ground

+5V Power

Hot Plug Detect

19

18

3 1

4 2

Note:

Additional equipment and HDMI cable shown are not supplied with this set.

HDMI cable

HDMI

AV OUT

HDMI

AV OUT

DVD player DVD player

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Connections

PC Input Terminals connection

COMPUTER

(Female)

Shared with DVI-D IN.

Audio

Conversion adapter

(if necessary)

Stereo mini plug (M3)

Connect a cable which matches the audio output terminal on the computer.

Mini D-sub 15p

RGB

PC cable

(Male)

Notes:

• With regard to the typical PC input signals that are described in the applicable input signals list (see page 71), adjustment values such as for the standard picture positions and sizes have already been stored in this unit. You can add up to eight

PC input signal types that are not included in the list.

• Computer signals which can be input are those with a horizontal scanning frequency of 15 to 110 kHz and vertical scanning frequency of 48 to 120 Hz. (However, the image will not be displayed properly if the signals exceed 1,200 lines.)

• The display resolution is a maximum of 1,440 × 1,080 dots when the aspect mode is set to “4:3”, and 1,920 × 1,080 dots when the aspect mode is set to “16:9”. If the display resolution exceeds these maximums, it may not be possible to show ¿ ne detail with suf¿ cient clarity.

• The PC input terminals are DDC2B-compatible. If the computer being connected is not DDC2B-compatible, you will need to make setting changes to the computer at the time of connection.

• Some PC models cannot be connected to the set.

• There is no need to use an adapter for computers with DOS/V compatible Mini D-sub 15P terminal.

• The computer shown in the illustration is for example purposes only.

• Additional equipment and cables shown are not supplied with this set.

• Do not set the horizontal and vertical scanning frequencies for PC signals which are above or below the speci¿ ed frequency range.

• Component Input is possible with the pin 1, 2, 3 of the Mini D-sub 15P Connector.

• To use sync input VBS signals, use the connector which incorporates a 75-ohm termination resistance and which is available on the market, for the connection of the HD connector where the VBS signals are to be input.

• Change the “Component/RGB-in select” setting in the “Setup” menu to “Component”

(when Component signal connection) or “RGB” (when RGB signal connection). (see page 41)

Signal Names for Mini D-sub 15P Connector

5

10

4

9

3

8

2

7

1

6

15 14 13 12 11

Pin No.

1

2

3

4

5

Signal Name

R (P

R

/C

R

)

G (Y)

B (P

B

/C

B

)

NC (not connected)

GND (Ground)

Pin No.

6

7

8

9

10

Pin Layout for PC Input

Terminal

Signal Name

GND (Ground)

GND (Ground)

GND (Ground)

+5 V DC

GND (Ground)

Pin No.

11

12

Signal Name

NC (not connected)

SDA

13

14

15

HD/SYNC

VD

SCL

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Connections

SERIAL Terminals connection

The SERIAL terminal is used when the Plasma Display is controlled by a computer.

Note: To use serial control for this unit, make sure to set the “Control I/F Select” in the “Network Setup” menu to

“RS-232C”. (see page 59)

COMPUTER

(Male)

9 8 7 6

5 4 3 2 1

RS-232C Straight cable

(Female)

Pin layout for SERIAL Terminal

D-sub 9p

Notes:

• Use the RS-232C straight cable to connect the computer to the Plasma Display.

• The computer shown is for example purposes only.

• Additional equipment and cables shown are not supplied with this set.

The SERIAL terminal conforms to the RS-232C interface speci¿ cation, so that the Plasma Display can be controlled by a computer which is connected to this terminal.

The computer will require software which allows the sending and receiving of control data which satisfies the conditions given below. Use a computer application such as programming language software. Refer to the documentation for the computer application for details.

Signal names for D-sub 9P connector

Pin No.

2

Details

R X D

3

5

4 • 6

7

8

T X D

GND

Non use

(Shorted in this set)

1 • 9

NC

These signal names are those of computer speci¿ cations.

Communication parameters

Signal level

Synchronization method

Baud rate

Parity

Character length

Stop bit

Flow control

RS-232C compliant

Asynchronous

9600 bps

None

8 bits

1 bit

-

Basic format for control data

The transmission of control data from the computer starts with a STX signal, followed by the command, the parameters, and lastly an ETX signal in that order. If there are no parameters, then the parameter signal does not need to be sent.

STX C1 C2 C3 : P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 ETX

Start

(02h)

Colon

3-character command (3 bytes)

Parameter(s)

(1 - 5 bytes)

End

(03h)

Notes:

• If multiple commands are transmitted, be sure to wait for the response for the ¿ rst command to come from this unit before sending the next command.

• If an incorrect command is sent by mistake, this unit will send an “ER401” command back to the computer.

• S1A and S1B of Command IMS are available only when a dual input terminal board is attached.

• Consult your local Panasonic dealer for detail instructions on command usage.

Command

Command Parameter

PON None

POF

AVL

None

**

AMT

IMS

0

1

None

SL1

S1A

S1B

YP1

DAM

HM1

HM2

PC1

None

ZOOM

FULL

JUST

NORM

ZOM2

ZOM3

SJST

SNOM

SFUL

14:9

Control details

Power ON

Power OFF

Volume 00 - 63

Audio MUTE OFF

Audio MUTE ON

Input select (toggle)

SLOT input (SLOT INPUT)

SLOT input (SLOT INPUT A)

SLOT input (SLOT INPUT B)

COMPONENT/RGB IN input

(COMPONENT)

HDMI1 input (HDMI1)

HDMI2 input (HDMI2)

PC IN input (PC)

Screen mode select (toggle)

Zoom, Zoom1

16:9

Just, Just1 (For Video/SD/HD signal)

4:3, 4:3 (1)

Zoom2 (For Video/SD/HD signal)

Zoom3 (For Video/SD/HD signal)

Just2 (For HD signal)

4:3 (2) (For HD signal)

4:3 Full (For HD signal)

14:9 (For Video/SD/HD signal)

With the power off, this display responds to PON command only.

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Power On / Off

Connecting the AC cord plug to the Plasma Display.

Connecting the plug to the Wall Outlet

Notes:

• Main plug types vary between countries. The power plug shown at right may, therefore, not be the type

¿ tted to your set.

• When disconnecting the AC cord, be absolutely sure to disconnect the AC cord plug at the socket outlet ¿ rst.

Press the Power switch on the Plasma Display to turn the set on: Power-On.

Power Indicator: Green

INPUT MENU OK

Power

Indicator

Remote Control

Sensor

INPUT MENU

Press the button on the remote control to turn the Plasma Display off.

Power Indicator: Red (standby)

Press the button on the remote control to turn the Plasma Display on.

Power Indicator: Green

Turn the power to the Plasma Display off by pressing the switch on the unit, when the Plasma Display is on or in standby mode.

Note:

During operation of the power management function, the power indicator turns orange in the power off state.

15

16

Power On / Off

When ¿ rst switching on the unit

Following screen will be displayed when the unit is turned on for the ¿ rst time.

Select the items with the remote control. Unit buttons are invalid.

OSD Language

1

Select the language.

OSD Language

English (UK)

Deutsch

Français

Italiano

Español

ENGLISH (US)

2

Set.

Ɋɭɫɫɤɢɣ

Day/Time Setup

1

Select “Day” or “Time”.

2

Setup “Day” or “Time”.

1

2

Select “Set”.

Set.

Day/Time Setup

Day

Time

Set

Time MON 99:99

MON

99:99

Day/Time Setup

Set

Time MON 99:99

No activity power off

1

To enable No activity power off, select “Enable”.

2

1

Set.

Select “Yes” or “No”.

2

Set.

No activity power off

Display will be turned off when there is no activity for 4 hours.

Enable Disable

If selecting “Enable”, a con¿ rmation window appears.

No activity power off

Are you sure you want to enable ’No activity power off’ ?

Yes No

Notes:

• Once the items are set, the screens won't be displayed when switching on the unit next time.

• After the setting, the items can be changed in the following menus.

OSD Language (see page 44)

Day/Time Setup (see page 58)

No activity power off (see page 43)

Power On / Off

Power ON warning message

The following message may be displayed when turning the unit power ON:

3D Safety Precautions

When 3D images will be viewed by unspeci¿ ed number of people or used for commercial applications, someone in authority should convey the following precautions.

These precautions should be followed in the home as well.

3D Viewing/ 3D Content/ Viewing distance/ 3D Eyewear recommendations

- To enjoy 3D images safely and comfortably, please read the Operating Instructions fully.

Activate 3D Safety Precautions if you deliver 3D images to unspeci¿ ed audiences for business or other purposes.

If “3D Function” in “3D Settings” is set to “On”, a warning message is displayed every time the power is turned ON. (see page 45)

No activity power off Precautions

’No activity power off’ is enabled.

If “No activity power off” in Setup menu is set to “Enable”, a warning message is displayed every time the power is turned ON. (see page 43)

These message displays can be set with the following menu: Options menu

3D Safety Precautions (see page 61)

Power On Message (see page 61)

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Selecting the input signal

Press to select the input signal to be played back from the equipment which has been connected to the Plasma Display.

INPUT

COMPONENT

HDMI1

HDMI2

PC

Component or RGB input terminal in COMPONENT/RGB IN.*

HDMI input terminals in HDMI 1 to HDMI 2.

PC input terminal in PC IN.

* “COMPONENT” may be displayed as “RGB” depending on the setting of “Component/RGB-in select”. (see page 41)

When an optional Terminal Board is installed:

INPUT

SLOT INPUT

COMPONENT

HDMI1

HDMI2

PC

Input terminal in Terminal Board

When a dual input Terminal Board is installed, “SLOT INPUT A” and “SLOT INPUT B” are displayed.

Using dedicated buttons for input selection

Press to select HDMI signal terminals in HDMI 1 or HDMI 2.

Press to select component or RGB signal terminal in COMPONENT/RGB IN.

Press to select PC signal terminal in PC IN.

Press to select Input terminal in Terminal Board.

For dual input Terminal Board, you can select either input terminal using A or B button.

Notes:

• Selecting is also possible by pressing the INPUT button on the unit.

• Select to match the signals from the source connected to the component/RGB input terminals. (see page 41)

• Image retention (image lag) may occur on the plasma display panel when a still picture is kept on the panel for an extended period. The function that darkens the screen slightly is activated to prevent image retention (see page 69), but this function is not the perfect solution to image retention.

INPUT MENU ENTER/ Ŷ

INPUT MENU ENTER/

Ŷ

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Basic Controls

Main Unit

INPUT button

(Input signal selection)

(see page 18)

When the menu screen is displayed:

“Ÿ” : press to move the cursor up

“ź” : press to move the cursor down

(see page 24)

Main Power On / Off Switch

MENU Screen ON / OFF

Each time the MENU button is pressed, the menu screen will switch. (see page 24)

Normal Viewing Picture

Sound Pos./Size

Setup

INPUT MENU ENTER/

Ŷ

Remote control sensor

Enter / Aspect button

(see page 21, 24)

Power Indicator

The Power Indicator will light.

• Power-OFF .... Indicator not illuminated (The unit will still consume some power as long as the power cord is still inserted into the wall outlet.)

• Standby ........ Red

Orange (Depending on the type of the function board installed, when the power is supplied to the slot)

Orange (When “CONTROL I/F

SELECT” is set to “LAN”. See page

59)

• Power-ON ...... Green

• PC Power management (DPMS)

....................... Orange (With PC input signal.

See page 43)

Infrared transmitter for 3D Eyewear

Note:

Do not place any objects between the transmitter and 3D Eyewear.

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Basic Controls

Remote Control Transmitter

Standby (ON / OFF) button

The Plasma Display must ¿ rst be plugged into the wall outlet and turned on at the power switch (see page 15).

Press this button to turn the Plasma Display

On, from Standby mode. Press it again to turn the Plasma Display Off to Standby mode.

LIGHT button

The remote control’s buttons illuminate.

AUTO SETUP button

Automatically adjusts the position/ size of the screen. (see page 26)

HDMI buttons

Press to select HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 input.

(see page 18)

PICTURE button

(see page 28)

OK button

Press to make selections.

Cursor buttons

EXIT button

Exits from Menu screen.

INPUT button

Press to select input signal sequentially.

(see page 18)

RECALL button

Press the “RECALL” button to display the current system status.

1

Input label

2

Aspect mode (see page 21)

During 3D images (see page 45)

Pro¿ le name (see page 36)

NANODRIFT Saver operating

(see page 55)

Mode of RGB/MONO Settings (see page 51)

Mode of HV Delay (see page 27)

3D Colour Compensation: Off (see page 45)

3

Off timer

The off timer indicator is displayed only when the off timer has been set.

3D

PC

4:3

Memory name: MEMORY2

NANODRIFT

R Off

H Delay

3D Colour Compensation Off

1

2

Off timer 90 min 3

ASPECT button

Press to adjust the aspect. (see page 21)

Numeric buttons

(see page 36)

MEM. LOAD button

(see page 36)

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PC button

Press to select PC input. (see page 18)

COMPO. button

Press to select Component or RGB input. (see page 18)

SLOT buttons

Press to select SLOT Terminal Board.

(see page 18)

MENU button

Displays menu screen. (see page 24)

POS. /SIZE button

(see page 25)

RETURN button (see page 24)

Press the RETURN button to return to previous menu screen.

FUNCTION buttons

(see page 57, 62)

VIDEO MENU button

Press to select Picture Mode.

(see page 29)

Normal

Monitor

Dynamic

Cinema

EX.SCALER button

(see page 42)

OFF TIMER button

The Plasma Display can be preset to switch to stand-by after a ¿ xed period. The setting changes to 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes and 0 minutes (off timer cancelled) each time the button is pressed.

30 min 60 min 90 min

0 min

When three minutes remain, “Off timer 3 min” will À ash.

The off timer is cancelled if a power interruption occurs.

ASPECT Controls

The Plasma Display will allow you to enjoy viewing the picture at its maximum size, including wide screen cinema format picture.

Note:

Be aware that if you put the display in a public place for commercial purposes or a public showing and then use the aspect mode select function to shrink or expand the picture, you may be violating the copyright under copyright law. It is prohibited to show or alter the copyrighted materials of other people for commercial purposes without the prior permission of the copyright holder.

Press repeatedly to move through the aspect options:

For details about the aspect mode, please see “List of Aspect Modes” (page 70).

[from the unit]

The aspect mode changes each time the ENTER button is pressed.

INPUT MENU ENTER/

Ŷ

For VIDEO (S VIDEO) signal input:

4:3 Zoom1 Zoom2

For PC signal input:

4:3 Zoom 16:9

Zoom3 16:9 14:9 Just

For SD signal input (525 (480) / 60i • 60p, 625 (575) / 50i • 50p):

4:3 Zoom1 Zoom2 Zoom3 16:9 14:9 Just

For HD signal input [1125 (1080) / 60i • 50i • 60p • 50p • 24p • 25p • 30p • 24sF, 1250 (1080) / 50i,

750 (720) / 60p • 50p]:

4:3

Just

4:3 Full

14:9

Zoom1

16:9

Zoom2

Zoom3

[For 3D images]

The aspect is ¿ xed as “16:9” and you cannot switch.

Notes:

• The aspect mode is memorized separately for each input terminal.

• Do not allow the picture to be displayed in 4:3 mode for an extended period, as this can cause a permanent image retention to remain on the Plasma Display Panel.

All Aspect mode

Set “All Aspect” to “On” in Options menu to enable the extended aspect mode (page 61). When All Aspect mode, the aspect mode of pictures is switched as follows. For details about the aspect mode, please see “List of Aspect Modes”.

(page 70)

For VIDEO (S VIDEO) signal input:

4:3 Zoom1 Zoom2 Zoom3 16:9 14:9 Just

For PC signal input:

4:3 Zoom 16:9

For SD signal input (525 (480) / 60i • 60p, 625 (575) / 50i • 50p):

4:3 Zoom1 Zoom2 Zoom3 16:9 14:9 Just

For HD signal input [1125 (1080) / 60i • 50i • 60p • 50p • 24p • 25p • 30p • 24sF, 1250 (1080) / 50i, 750 (720) / 60p • 50p]:

4:3 Full Zoom1 Zoom2 Zoom3 16:9 14:9 Just1 Just2 4:3 (1) 4:3 (2)

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Viewing 3D images

You can enjoy viewing 3D images with contents or programmes compatible with 3D effect by using the 3D eyewear

(optional).

Note:

You need the 3D eyewear (optional) to view the 3D images on this display.

For further information, see the instruction manuals of the 3D eyewear.

This display supports “Frame Sequential

*1

”, “Side by Side

*2

”, “Top and Bottom

*3

” and “Simultaneous

*4

” 3D formats.

*1: The 3D format that the images for the left and right eyes are recorded with the high de¿ nition quality and alternately played back

*2, *3: See “Table of images that can be seen for each 3D Picture Format and the source image format” on page 23.

*4: To view “Simultaneous” 3D images, one of the following terminal boards should be installed:

Dual HD-SDI Terminal Board for 3D (TY-FB30DHD3D), Dual DVI-D Terminal Board for 3D (TY-FB30DD3D)

To view the 3D images

To view the contents of the Frame Sequential format (ex. 3D-compatible Blu-ray Disc, etc.) with 3D effect

Connect the 3D-compatible player via an HDMI cable (see page 12) and playback the contents.

• Use fully wired HDMI compliant cable.

• For the settings of the player, read the manual of the player.

• If you use the non 3D-compatible player, the images will be displayed without 3D effect.

To view the contents of 3D formats other than Frame Sequential with 3D effect.

Match the picture format in “3D Picture Format” (see page 45) before viewing.

• You can view “Side by Side” and “Top and Bottom” with 3D effect even if you use the non 3D-compatible player.

• Please consult the suppliers of contents or programmes for availability of this service.

Turn the 3D Eyewear on

• See the instruction manual of 3D eyewear for handling.

Put on the 3D Eyewear

Watch the 3D images

Notes:

• If the room is lit by À uorescent lights and light appears to À icker when using the 3D Eyewear, switch off the

À uorescent light. Alternatively, please set “3D Refresh Rate” to “100Hz” or “120Hz” whichever reduces À icker.

(see page 47)

• 3D content will not be correctly visible if the 3D Eyewear is worn upside down or back-to-front.

• Do not wear the 3D Eyewear when watching anything other than 3D images. Liquid crystal displays (such as computer screens, digital clocks or calculators, etc.) may be dif¿ cult to see while wearing the 3D Eyewear.

• Do not use the 3D Eyewear as sunglasses.

• 3D effects may be perceived differently depending on the person.

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Viewing 3D images

Troubleshooting for 3D Eyewear

Symptoms

Cannot see 3D images

3D Eyewear is turned off automatically

There is something wrong with the 3D images

Indicator lamp will not light when the 3D glasses are turned ON.

Checks

• Has the 3D Eyewear been switched On?

• Ensure that “3D Function” in “3D Settings” is set to “On”. (see page 45)

• Some 3D image signals may not be automatically recognized as 3D images. Set “3D Picture Format” in “3D Settings” to match the picture format. (see page 45)

• Check that there are no obstacles between the display (or 3D IR

TRANSMITTER) and the 3D Eyewear. If the 3D Eyewear stops receiving the infrared signal for about 5 minutes, the 3D Eyewear will be turned off automatically.

• Check the available area to use the 3D Eyewear.

• Depending on the person, the 3D images may be dif¿ cult to see, or cannot be seen, especially in users that have a different level of eyesight between the left and right eyes.

Take the necessary steps (wearing glasses etc.) to correct your eyesight before use.

• Check that there are no obstacles between the Display (or 3D IR

TRANSMITTER) and the 3D Eyewear or that the 3D Eyewear is placed inside the coverage area. If the 3D Eyewear stops receiving the infrared signal for about 5 minutes, the 3D Eyewear will be turned off automatically.

• Switch “Reverse” and “Normal” under “3D Picture Sequence” in “3D

Settings” (see page 45).

• The battery may be running low or À at. Change the battery or charge the 3D glasses.

Table of images that can be seen for each 3D Picture

Format and the source image format

If the picture appears to be abnormal, refer to the table below to choose the correct 3D picture format setting.

3D Picture Format

Auto Side by Side Top and Bottom Native

Source image format

Side by side

*

1

Normal*

2

Top and bottom

*

1

Normal*

2

Normal format

(2D)

Normal Normal

*1

When the source image is not recognized correctly

*2

When “3D Function” is set to “On”, the images will be displayed with 3D effect. When set to “Off”, displayed without 3D effect.

• Depending on the player or contents, the image may be different from the above illustrations.

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On-Screen Menu Displays

1

Display the menu screen.

2

Select the menu.

Picture

Setup

Pos./Size

Sound

Options

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

Memory save

Memory load

Memory edit

Monitor

0

0

Warm

3

Select the item.

Normalise

Monitor Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

25

0

5

Warm

4

Set.

( Example: Picture menu)

Remote Control Unit

2

Press

Access

Press several times.

MENU

Each time the MENU button is pressed, the menu screen will switch.

Normal Viewing

Sound Pos. /Size

Picture

Setup

1

Select

The menu can be displayed directly by pressing these buttons. (see page 25, 28)

Select

Adjust

ENTER/

Ŷ

Select.

Press.

ENTER/

Ŷ

Set.

Press.

5

Exit the menu.

Press

Press

MENU

Press several times.

to return to the previous menu.

Menu display list

Note: Menu that cannot be adjusted is grayout. Adjustable menu changes depending on signal, input and menu setting.

Picture menu Setup menu Pos. /Size menu Sound menu

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

Memory save

Memory load

Memory edit

6

0

5

25

0

Normal

Normal see page 28-39

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

External scaler mode

Power save

Standby save

PC Power management

No signal power off

No activity power off

OSD design

OSD position

OSD Language see page 41-59

RGB

Off

Off

On

Off

Disable

Enable

Type1

Upper left

English (UK)

Normalise

Auto Setup

H-Pos

H-Size

V-Pos

V-Size

Dot Clock

Clock Phase

Clamp Position

1:1 Pixel Mode

HV Delay

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 see page 25-27

Off

Off

Normalise

Sound Mode

Bass

Mid

Treble

Balance

Surround

Volume 1 see page 40

0

0

0

0

Normal

Off

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Adjusting Pos. /Size

1

Display the menu screen.

2

Select “Pos. /Size”.

Picture

Setup

Pos. /Size

Sound

3

Select the item and set.

Normalise

Auto Setup

H-Pos

H-Size

V-Pos

V-Size

Dot Clock

Clock Phase

Clamp Position

1:1 Pixel Mode

HV Delay

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Off

Off

2

access

1

select

2

adjust

1

select

Note:

Unadjustable items are grayed out.

Adjustable items differ depending on the input signal and the display mode.

4

Exit the menu.

To display a menu for adjustment of the Pos. /Size menu on the bottom of the screen

H-Pos 0

2

adjust or select

1

select the menu

To hide the menu or

Notes:

• Adjustment details are memorized separately for different input signal formats (Adjustments for component signals are memorized for 525 (480) / 60i · 60p, 625 (575) / 50i · 50p, 1125 (1080) / 60i · 50i · 60p · 50p · 24p · 25p · 30p · 24sF,

1250 (1080) / 50i, 750 (720) / 60p · 50p each, and RGB/PC/Digital signals are memorized for each frequency.)

• If a “Cue” or “Rew” signal from a VCR or DVD player is received, the picture position will shift up or down. This picture position movement cannot be controlled by the Picture Pos./Size function.

Helpful Hint (

Normalise

Normalisation)

While the Pos. /Size display is active, if the OK button is pressed during “Normalise”, then all adjustment values are returned to the factory settings.

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Adjusting Pos./Size

Ɣ Auto Setup

When inputting a PC signal as an example, “H-Pos/V-Pos”, “H-Size/V-Size”, “Dot Clock” and

“Clock Phase” are automatically corrected.

This setting is enabled under the following conditions:

• When inputting an analog signal (Component/PC):

This setting is enabled if “Component/RGB-in select” (see page 41) in Setup menu is “RGB”.

• When inputting a digital signal (HDMI/DVI):

A PC format signal enables this setting.

When the signal is not PC format, this setting is enabled only if “Over Scan” (see page 27) is

“Off” or “1:1 Pixel Mode” (see page 27) is “On”. “H-Size/V-Size” is not automatically adjusted.

This setting will be invalid and will not work under the following conditions:

• When VIDEO signal input

• Aspect is set to “Just”

• “Display size” in the Options menu (see page 61) is set to “On”

Using Remote Control

When on the remote control is pressed, “Auto Setup” will be executed.

When Auto Setup does not work, “Invalid” is displayed.

Ɣ H-Pos

Auto mode

When the “Auto Setup“ is set to “Auto” in the Options menu (see page 61), automatic position adjustment starts:

• When the display power is turned ON.

• When the input signal is switched.

Notes:

• If the dot clock frequency of an analog signal is 162 MHz or higher, “Dot Clock” and “Clock

Phase” cannot be automatically corrected.

• When digital signal input, Dot Clock and Clock Phase cannot be made.

• Auto Setup may not work when a cropped or dark image is input. In such case, switch to a bright image with borders and other objects are clearly shown, and then try auto setup again.

• Depending on the signal, out of alignment may occur after Auto Setup. Carry out ¿ ne tuning for the position/size as required.

• If Auto Setup cannot set properly for vertical frequency 60Hz XGA signal (1024×[email protected],

1280×[email protected], and 1366×[email protected]), pre-selecting the individual signal in “XGA Mode”

(see page 46) may results in correct Auto Setup.

• Auto Setup does not work well when a signal such as additional information is superimposed out of valid image period or intervals between synchronizing and image signals are short, or for image signal with tri-level synchronizing signal added.

• If Auto Setup cannot adjust correctly, select “Normalise” once and press OK button, then adjust Pos. /Size manually.

Adjust the horizontal position.

Ɣ V-Pos

Adjust the vertical position.

Ɣ H-Size

Adjust the horizontal size.

Ɣ V-Size

Adjust the vertical size.

Ɣ Dot Clock

(During Component/PC input signal)

Periodic striped pattern interference (noise) may occur when a striped pattern is displayed. If this happens, adjust so that any such noise is minimized.

Ɣ Clock Phase

(During Component/PC input signal)

Eliminate the À ickering and distortion.

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Ɣ Over scan

Adjusting Pos./Size

Turn image over scan On/Off.

Con¿ gurable signals are as follows:

525i, 525p, 625i, 625p, 750/60p, 750/50p (Component Video, RGB, DVI, SDI, HDMI)

On Off

Notes:

• When “Off” is set, “H-Size” and “V-Size” cannot be adjusted.

• When the “Display size” is set to “On” in the Options menu, this setting will be invalid.

Ɣ Clamp Position

(During Component/PC input signal)

Adjusts the clamp position when black parts of the image have no detail due to underexposure or are tinged with green.

Optimum value for Clamp Position adjustment

When black parts have no detail due to underexposure (blackout) ĺ Value that causes least blackout is the optimum.

When black parts are tinged with green ĺ Value that cancels the greenishness without causing blackout is the optimum.

Ɣ 1:1 Pixel Mode

Adjusts the display size when 1125i, 1125p or 1250i signal is input.

Notes:

• Select On when you would like to replay 1920 × 1080 input signal.

• Applicable input signal;

1125 (1080) / 50i · 60i · 24sF · 24p · 25p · 30p · 50p · 60p, 1250 (1080) / 50i

• Select Off when À ickering is shown around the image.

• H-Size and V-Size cannot be adjusted when On is selected.

Off On

Ɣ 1:1 Pixel Mode (2k1k)

(For 2k1k signals)

When the input signal is a 2k1k signal (2048 × 1080 / 24p, 2048 × 1080 / 24sF), the display size is adjusted as follows.

Off

On (Left) On (Centre) On (Right)

Note:

2k1k signals can only be received when the Dual Link HD-SDI Terminal Board (TY-FB11DHD) or the Dual

HD-SDI Terminal Board for 3D (TY-FB30DHD3D) is installed.

Ɣ HV Delay

(During Component [video format] / SDI input signal)

Video blanking period is displayed.

Off H Delay V Delay HV Delay

Notes:

• This function is enabled when “Studio mode” in Options menu is set to “On” during 2D viewing.

• This function can also be used with the FUNCTION button on the remote control (see page 63).

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Picture Adjustments

1

Display the menu screen.

2

Select “Picture”.

Picture

Setup

Pos./Size

Sound

3

Select the item and set.

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

6

0

5

25

0

Normal

Normal

4

Exit the menu.

2

access

1

select

2

adjust

1

select

Note:

Menu that cannot be adjusted is grayout. Adjustable menu changes depending on signal, input and menu setting.

To display a menu for adjustment of the Picture menu on the bottom of the screen,

Contrast 25

2

adjust or select

1

select

To display a menu for Advanced settings adjustment, press PICTURE button again.

Black extension 0

To hide the menu or

Helpful Hint (

Normalise

Normalisation)

While the “Picture” menu is displayed, if the OK button is pressed during “Normalise”, then all adjustment values are returned to the factory settings.

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Picture Adjustments

Ɣ Picture Mode

You can switch to the optimal picture mode for the video source and viewing environment.

Cinema:

For use in viewing tone-focused pictures with brightness reduced.

Monitor:

Normal

Monitor

For use when creating broadcast or movie content.

With this picture, even if the overall average picture level (APL) changes, the brightness of areas with the same signal level does not change.

Dynamic

Cinema

Normal:

For viewing in standard (evening lighting) environments.

This menu selects the normal levels of Brightness and

Contrast.

Dynamic:

For viewing in brighter environments.

This menu selects higher than normal levels of

Brightness and Contrast.

Notes:

• When “Monitor” is selected in Picture Mode, the following menu items cannot be set.

Picture menu: Contrast

Extended life settings: Peak limit (see page 55)

Setup menu: Power save (see page 43)

• If you would like to change the picture and colour of the selected Picture menu to something else, adjust using the items in the Picture menu. (see below)

Ɣ Contrast

Adjusts the proper picture contrast.

Less More

Ɣ Brightness

Adjusts for easier viewing of dark pictures such as night scenes and black hair.

Darker Brighter

Ɣ Colour

Adjusts colour saturation.

Less More

Ɣ Hue

Adjusts for nice skin colour.

Reddish Greenish

Ɣ Sharpness

Adjusts picture sharpness.

Less More

Ɣ White balance

Switches to various screen colour tones.

Normal: Intermediate colour temperature (9300K).

Warm: Colour with a reddish tinge (6500K).

Warm2: Colour with a reddish tinge (6100K).

Warm3: Colour with a reddish tinge (5600K).

Studio: Optimal colour temperature for studio viewing (3200K).

Cool: Colour with a bluish tinge (11500K).

Normal Warm Warm2

Cool

Studio* Warm3

* “Studio” can be modified when

“Studio mode” in the Options menu is “On”. (see page 60)

Notes:

• You can change the level of each function (Contrast, Brightness, Colour, Hue, Sharpness) for each Picture

Mode.

• The setting details for Normal, Dynamic, Cinema and Monitor respectively are memorized separately for each input terminal.

• In Contrast, there is not a noticeable change even when contrast is increased with a bright picture or reduced with a dark picture.

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Picture Adjustments

Advanced settings

Enables ¿ ne picture adjustment at a professional level.

Notes:

• The adjustment values are memorized separately for each input terminal.

• The adjustment range values should be used as an adjustment reference.

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

6

0

5

25

0

Normal

Normal

Select the item and set.

2

access

1

select

Advanced settings

Normalise

Black extension

Input level

Gamma

W/B High R

W/B High G

W/B High B

W/B Low R

W/B Low G

W/B Low B

Cinema reality

Studio Gain

Noise reduction

Colour gamut

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2.2

Off

Off

Off

2

change

1

select

Ɣ Black extension

Ɣ Input level

Adjusts the dark shades of the image in gradation.

Adjustment of parts which are extremely bright and hard to see.

Less More

Less More

Ɣ Gamma

1.0* 2.2 2.35 2.4 2.6

Down Up

* When 2k1k signals are received with the Dual Link HD-SDI

Terminal Board (TY-FB11DHD) or the Dual DH-SDI Terminal

Board for 3D (TY-FB30DHD3D), Gamma “1.0” cannot be selected.

Ɣ “W/B” adjustment

W/B High R 0

W/B High G

W/B High B

0

0

Adjusts the white balance for light red, light green or light blue areas.

Less More

W/B Low R 0

W/B Low G

W/B Low B

0

0

Adjusts the white balance for dark red, dark green or dark blue areas.

Carry out “W/B” adjustment as follows.

1. Adjust the white balance of the bright sections using the “W/B High R” , “W/B High G” and “W/B High B” settings.

2. Adjust the white balance of the dark sections using the “W/B Low R” , “W/B Low G” and “W/B Low B” settings.

3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to adjust.

Steps 1 and 2 affect each other’s settings, so repeat each step in turn to make the adjustment.

30

Picture Adjustments

Ɣ Cinema reality

When “On”, the display attempts to reproduce a more natural interpretation of sources such as movie pictures, which are recorded at 24 frames per second. If the picture is not stable, turn the setting to “Off”.

Off

Note:

When “On”, this setting only affects the following signal input:

• NTSC / PAL signal input during Video (S Video) input signal.

• 525i (480i), 625i (575i), 1125 (1080) / 60i signal input during “Component” input signal.

Ɣ Studio Gain

Sharpens the contrast for a better view when a part of the image is too light to see.

Off

On

On

Off: Disables “Studio Gain”.

On: Enables “Studio Gain”.

Notes:

• “Studio Gain” can be modified when “Studio mode” in the Options menu is “On”. When “Studio mode” is “Off”, this setting is “Off” and cannot be changed. (see page 60)

• This setting is valid only when the input signals are as follows:

Component Video, RGB (analog), SDI, HDMI

Ɣ Noise reduction

Sets the following three NR (Noise Reduction) functions together.

P-NR, Block NR, Mosquito NR

Off

Advanced Max

Min

Mid

[Advanced NR]

Sets the three NR functions separately.

1

Select “Advanced”.

Noise reduction Advanced

P-NR

Block NR

Mosquito NR

Off

Off

Off

2

Select the item and set.

Noise reduction Advanced

P-NR

Block NR

Mosquito NR

Off

Off

Off select

2

set

Off

Max

1

select

P-NR:

Automatically reduces unwanted picture noise.

Block NR:

Reduces block noise when playing MPEG videos.

Mosquito NR: Reduces mosquito noise around subtitles on MPEG videos.

Note:

“Noise reduction” cannot be adjusted while a PC signal is being applied.

Min

Mid

Helpful Hint (

Normalise

Normalisation)

On the remote control unit, while the “Advanced settings” menu is displayed, if the OK button is pressed during

“Normalise”, then all adjustment values are returned to the factory settings.

31

Picture Adjustments

Colour space adjustment (Colour gamut)

Changes the colour space to BT.709 signal standard chromaticity point and ¿ ne-tunes it.

Advanced settings

Normalise

Black extension

Input level

Gamma

W/B High R

W/B High G

W/B High B

W/B Low R

W/B Low G

W/B Low B

Cinema reality

Studio Gain

Noise reduction

Colour gamut

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2.2

Off

Off

Off

2

access

1

select

Select the item and set.

Colour gamut

Colour gamut Native

2

change

1

select

Ɣ Colour gamut

DIGITAL CINEMA COLOUR: Sets colour gamut to reproduce the original colour of movies.

Custom: Enables the colour space adjustment, the colour space adjustment set in the “EDIT” is reÀ ected.

Native: Disables the colour space adjustment, images are displayed in the original colour gamut of the panel.

BT.709: Changes the colour space to BT.709 signal standard chromaticity point.

EBU: Changes the colour space to EBU signal standard chromaticity point.

SMPTE-C: Changes the colour space to SMPTE-C signal standard chromaticity point.

Notes:

• This setting is memorized separately for each input terminal and “Picture Mode”.

• For 3D images, this setting becomes “Native” and no setting is available.

Ɣ Edit

Colour space is ¿ ne-tuned.

Notes:

• This setting is valid when “Colour gamut” is “Custom”.

• This setting is memorized separately for each input terminal and “Picture Mode”.

1

Select “Edit”.

2

access

Colour gamut

Colour gamut

1

select

Edit

2

Select an adjustment item.

65535 select

R Ratio

G Ratio

B Ratio

Reset

R G B

65535

2900 0

2110 65535 0

0 1760 65535

Custom

3

Change the numerical value.

[To adjust with the Ÿź button]

Press the button.

Change the numerical value with the Ÿź button.

Press the button.

4

Press the button.

Adjustment is ended.

y

[To input the numerical value directly]

Input the numerical value from to

Pressing the will cancel the value change.

Press the button.

x

Chromaticity diagram displays in gray the dot and line to be adjusted.

32

Picture Adjustments

Ɣ Reset

Resets the adjustment value of colour space.

Note:

This setting is reÀ ected only for the selected input terminal and the “Picture Mode”.

1

Select “Reset”.

Colour gamut

Colour gamut

Edit

R Ratio

G Ratio

B Ratio

Reset

R G B

65535 2900 0

2110 65535 0

0 1760 65535

Custom

2

access

1

select

2

Select “Ok”.

Colour gamut

Reset

Ok Cancel

1

select

2

set

Ɣ Chromaticity diagram

The RGB triangle representing current colour space is shown.

Colour gamut: Custom

y

— Native

— Custom x

White line: Colour gamut with “Native” setting (original colour gamut.)

Yellow line: Colour gamut with “Custom” setting (current colour gamut.)

33

Picture Pro¿ les

Up to 16 combinations of picture adjustment values (in the Picture menu and Advanced settings) can be stored in the display memory as pro¿ les and applied as needed, for a convenient way to enjoy your preferred picture settings.

Note:

If setting items (Picture menu and Advanced settings) are set differently between Memory save and Memory load, they may not reÀ ect for Memory load.

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

25

0

6

0

5

Dynamic

Normal

Memory save

Memory load

Memory edit

Onscreen display

Studio mode

Internal 3D Emitter

Display size

On

Off

On

Off

All Aspect

Auto Setup

3D Safety Precautions

Memory lock

Off

Manual

Advanced Motion Resolution On

Power On Message (No activity power off)

On

On

Save pro¿ les(page 35)

Load pro¿ les(page 36)

Edit pro¿ les(page 37)

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

25

0

6

0

5

Cinema

Normal

Lock pro¿ les(page 38, 39)

Edit the pro¿ le

Delete or rename the pro¿ le

Locked pro¿ le

MY PICTURE

MEMORY2

MEMORY3

MEMORY4

MEMORY16

Save pro¿ les

MEMORY1

MEMORY2

MEMORY3

MEMORY4

MEMORY16

Save the picture adjustment values in the

MEMORY1 pro¿ le

Load the pro¿ le

Apply the MEMORY1 pro¿ le

Original picture Custom picture

34

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

Normal

0

0

0

0

0

Normal

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

Cinema

25

0

6

0

5

Normal

Picture Pro¿ les

Saving pro¿ les

Follow these steps to save picture adjustment values as pro¿ les.

Note:

When the settings are locked in “Extended life settings”, pro¿ les cannot be saved.

1

Specify the picture quality in the Picture menu and

Advanced settings. (see page 28-33)

2

In the Picture menu, select “Memory save”.

Memory save

2

access

Memory load

Memory edit

1

select

3

Select a pro¿ le name for saving the picture adjustment values.

2

set

Memory save

1. [ ] MEMORY1

2. [ ] MEMORY2

3. [ 1 ] MEMORY3

4. [ ]

13. [ ]

14. [ ]

15. [ ]

16. [ ]

MEMORY4

MEMORY13

MEMORY14

MEMORY15

MEMORY16

1

select

Pro¿ les are labeled with these icons to indicate their locked status. (see page 38)

[ ], [ ]:Settings can be saved in this pro¿ le.

[ ], [ ]:Settings cannot be saved in this pro¿ le.

4

Select “Ok”.

Memory save

5

Enter a name for the pro¿ le.

[Entering pro¿ le names]

Pro¿ le names can be up to 40 characters.

To enter text, select characters in the on-screen keyboard.

Edit the default pro¿ le name in the text box as desired.

1

select

Memory name input

MEMORY1

Ű

A B C D E F G H I J K L M

N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Space

!

” # $ % & ’

_ ` | ~ < > ( )

Ok

+

[

]

/

{

=

}

?

,

Cancel

All delete

Delete

@ \ ˆ

.

; :

2

set

Example: Specifying “MY PICTURE”

1

Select “All delete”.

MEMORY1

Ű

All text is deleted.

To delete individual characters, select “Delete”.

2

Select “M”.

M

Ű

Repeat this process to enter the next character.

Save the adjusted value in ”MEMORY1”

1

select

3

Select “Y”.

MY

Ű

Ok Cancel

2

set

4

Select “Space”.

MY

Ű

6

When you ¿ nished entering the pro¿ le name, select

“Ok”.

To cancel saving the pro¿ le, select “Cancel”.

1

select

Memory name input

MY PICTURE Ű

A B C D E F G H I J K L M

N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

!

” # $ % & ’ + – /

Space

= ?

_ ` | ~ < > ( )

Ok

[ ] { } ,

Cancel

All delete

Delete

@ \ ˆ

.

; :

2

set

35

Picture Pro¿ les

Loading pro¿ les

Load pro¿ les and apply the picture adjustment values to the display as follows.

Notes:

• Loaded pro¿ les are stored in memory according to the selected input terminal (see page 18).

• When the settings are locked in “Extended life settings”, pro¿ les cannot be loaded.

<Loading pro¿ les from the Picture menu>

1

In the Picture menu, select “Memory load”.

Memory save

2

access

Memory load

Memory edit

1

select

2

Select the pro¿ le to load.

1. [ ] MEMORY1

2. [ 1] MEMORY2

12. [ 2] MEMORY12

2

set

1

select

<Loading pro¿ les directly from the remote control>

To load pro¿ les 1–9

1

Press a button in the range – .

2

Select “Ok”.

Memory load

Load from ”MEMORY2”

Ok Cancel

1

1

select

2

set

Pro¿ les are labeled with these icons to indicate their locked status. (see below)

<Loading pro¿ les from on the remote control>

1

Press to list the pro¿ les.

2

Select the pro¿ le to load.

1. [ ] MEMORY1

2. [ 1] MEMORY2

12. [ 2] MEMORY12

2

set

1

select

To load pro¿ les 10–16

Example: To load pro¿ le 16

1

Press .

The pro¿ le number is displayed in the upper-right corner of the screen.

2

Select “Ok”.

Memory load

16

1

select

Pro¿ les are labeled with these icons to indicate their locked status. (see below)

Load from ”MEMORY16”

Ok Cancel

2

set

Loading locked pro¿ les…

In the Picture menu, pro¿ les are labeled with these icons to indicate their locked status.

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

25

0

Dynamic

:Lock1

:Lock2

When pro¿ le is being loaded, pro¿ le name is displayed.

PC

16:9

Memory name: MEMORY2

NANODRIFT

Operations with locked pro¿ les are restricted. (see page 38)

Picture adjustment values in the Picture menu cannot be changed, except for the “Picture Mode”. Once you edit the

“Picture Mode” setting, you can edit “Contrast”, “Brightness”, and other picture adjustment values.

Lock1

Picture adjustment values are shown.

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

25

0

6

0

5

Normal

Normal

Can be speci¿ ed.

Cannot be speci¿ ed.

Lock2

Picture adjustment values are hidden.

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

Normal

Can be speci¿ ed.

Cannot be speci¿ ed.

36

Picture Pro¿ les

Editing pro¿ les

Delete or rename pro¿ les as follows.

<Deleting pro¿ les>

Note:

Locked pro¿ les and pro¿ les currently in use cannot be deleted.

1

In the Picture menu, select “Memory edit”.

Memory save

2

access

Memory load

Memory edit

1

select

2

Select “Memory delete”.

Memory delete

Memory name change

2

set

1

select

3

Select the pro¿ le to delete.

To delete all pro¿ les, select “All delete”.

2

set

1. [ ]

2. [ ]

MEMORY1

MEMORY2

All delete

1

select

<Renaming pro¿ les>

Note:

Locked pro¿ les cannot be renamed.

1

In the Picture menu, select “Memory edit”.

Memory save

2

access

Memory load

Memory edit

1

select

2

Select “Memory name change”.

Memory delete

Memory name change

2

set

1

select

3

Select the pro¿ le to rename.

1. [ ]

2. [ ]

MEMORY1

MEMORY2

12. [ ] MEMORY12

2

set

1

select

4

Select “Ok”.

Memory delete

Delete the ”MEMORY1” data.

Ok Cancel

1

select

2

set

4

Enter a name for the pro¿ le.

Entering pro¿ le names page 35

Memory name input

M EMORY1

A B C D E F G H I J K L M

N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Space

!

” # $ % & ’

_ ` | ~ < > ( )

Ok

+

[

] {

/ =

} ,

?

Cancel

All delete

Delete

@ \ ˆ

.

; :

1

select

2

set

5

When you ¿ nished entering the pro¿ le name, select

“Ok”.

To cancel renaming the pro¿ le, select “Cancel”.

Ok Cancel

1

select

2

set

37

Picture Pro¿ les

Locking pro¿ les

You can lock saved pro¿ les to restrict operations when the pro¿ les are loaded. You can also set passwords.

Notes:

• When the lock is set in “Extended life settings”, pro¿ le cannot be locked.

• If pro¿ le is locked, the menu operations of “Extended life settings” are restricted. (see page 55)

<Locking and unlocking pro¿ les>

1

Display the menu screen.

4

Enter a 4-digit password.

The default password is

“0123”.

2

Select “Options” and hold for 3 seconds or more.

Picture

Setup

Pos. /Size

Sound

2

access

(3 seconds or more)

1

select

5

Select “Ok”.

Input password

1

select

Options

Ok Cancel

2

set

6

Select the pro¿ le and specify the desired lock setting.

3

Select “Memory lock”.

Onscreen display On

Studio mode

Internal 3D Emitter

Display size

All Aspect

Auto Setup

Advanced Motion Resolution

Off

On

Off

Off

Manual

On

Power On Message (No activity power off)

On

3D Safety Precautions

Memory lock

On

2

Select “Change password”.

MEMORY1

MEMORY2

Lock1

Off

MEMORY12 isf Mode

Change password

Off

Off

2

access

1

select

2

access

1

select

7

MEMORY1

MEMORY2

MEMORY12 isf Mode

Change password

Lock1

Off

Off

Off

2

adjust

1

select

Once a pro¿ le is locked, the following operations are restricted when the pro¿ le is loaded.

Setting

Lock1

Lock2

Editing the Pro¿ le

(Memory edit)

Off (unlocked) Allowed

Prohibited

Prohibited

Editing Picture Adjustment

Values via the Menu

(Picture menu, Advanced settings)

Allowed

Prohibited (picture adjustment values are shown)

Prohibited (picture adjustment values are hidden)

Saving Picture Adjustment Values

(Memory save)

Allowed

Allowed

Prohibited

<Changing passwords>

1

Follow steps 1–5 in the previous procedure, <Locking and unlocking pro¿ les>.

3

Enter a new 4-digit password.

4

Exit the menu.

Select “Ok”.

Input new password

Ok Cancel

1

select

2

OK

5

Exit the menu.

Note:

Make a note of the new password to remember it.

38

Picture Pro¿ les

<isf Mode Setting>

Switches to “Picture Mode” mode display.

1

Follow steps 1–5 in the previous procedure,

<Locking and unlocking pro¿ les>.

2

Select “isf Mode”.

MEMORY1

MEMORY2

MEMORY12 isf Mode

Change password

Lock1

Off

Off

Off

3

Specify “On” or “Off”.

4

Exit the menu.

2

adjust

1

select

Specifying “On” for isf Mode changes the “Picture Mode” mode display as follows.

“Picture Mode” mode display

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

25

0

6

0

5

Normal

isf Mode: Off

Normal

Dynamic

Cinema

Monitor

isf Mode: On

Normal isf Mode Day isf Mode Night

Monitor

Mode display when is selected isf Mode: Off

Picture Mode

Normal

Dynamic

Cinema

Monitor

isf Mode: On

Picture Mode

Normal isf Mode Day isf Mode Night

Monitor

39

Sound Adjustment

1

Display the menu screen.

2

Select “Sound”.

Picture

Setup

Pos. /Size

Sound

2

access

1

select

3

Select the item and set.

Normalise

Sound Mode

Bass

Mid

Treble

Balance

Surround

Volume 1

0

0

0

0

Normal

Off

4

Exit the menu.

2

adjust

1

select

Item Details

Sound Mode

Bass

Mid

Treble

Balance

Surround

Volume

Normal: Emits the original sound.

Dynamic: Accentuates sharp sound.

Clear: Attenuates human voice.

Adjusts low pitch sounds.

Adjusts normal sounds.

Adjusts high pitch sounds.

Adjusts left and right volumes.

Select On or Off.

Adjusts the sound volume level.

Note: Bass, Mid, Treble and Surround settings are memorized separately for each Sound Mode.

Helpful Hint (

Normalise

Normalisation)

While the “Sound” menu is displayed, if the OK button is pressed during “Normalise”, then all adjustment values are returned to the factory settings.

SDI Sound Output

This menu is available only when selecting a slot that any of the following terminal boards is installed:

HD-SDI Terminal Board with audio (TY-FB10HD), Dual Link HD-SDI Terminal Board (TY-FB11DHD), or Dual HD-SDI

Terminal Board for 3D (TY-FB30DHD3D)

SDI Sound Output

Left Channel

Right Channel

Sound Out

Level Meter

Channel 1

Channel 2

On

Off

2/2

Item

Left Channel

Right Channel

Sound Out

Level Meter

Details

Channel 1 to Channel 16

Selects left audio channel.

Channel 1 to Channel 16

Selects right audio channel.

On Off

On: Enables audio output.

Off: Disables audio output.

Off 1-8ch 9-16ch

Sets audio channels to show in the audio level meter.

8 channels are displayed in the audio level meter;

4 channels each on both right and left sides of the display.

Off: Hides the audio level meter.

1-8ch: Displays the audio level meter (1-8ch)

9-16ch: Displays the audio level meter (9-16ch)

40

Setup menu

1

Display the menu screen.

2

Select “Setup”.

Picture

Setup

Pos. /Size

Sound

2

access

1

select

3

Select the item and set.

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

External scaler mode

Power save

Standby save

PC Power management

No signal power off

No activity power off

OSD design

OSD position

OSD Language

RGB

Off

Off

On

Off

Disable

Enable

Type1

Upper left

English (UK)

4

Exit the menu.

2

adjust

1

select

Component / RGB-in select

Component RGB

Select to match the signals from the source connected to the Component / RGB or PC input terminals.

Y, P

B

, P

R

signals “Component”

RGB signals “RGB”

Note:

Make setting of the selected input terminal (COMPONENT RGB IN or PC IN).

YUV / RGB-in select

YUV RGB

Select to match the signals from the source connected to the DVI input terminals.

YUV signals

“YUV”

RGB signals

“RGB”

Notes:

• Selection may not be possible, depending on which optional board is installed.

• Make setting of the selected input terminal (SLOT).

41

Setup menu

External scaler mode

Off On

This menu can be used to specify whether the built-in scaler or an external scaler is used for scaler functions such as resizing and picture quality adjustment.

The setting is valid with the following input signals.

1125 (1080) / 24p•25p•30p•50p•60p

Off: Use the built-in scaler.

On: Use an external scaler.

Note:

If “On” is set when other than corresponding signal is input, “Input signal must be 1125p(1080p)”message is displayed.

Using Remote Control

Each time you press

External scaler mode On

, an external scaler is activated or deactivated.

Note:

Selecting “On” in this setting deactivates the following settings and disables these operations.

Pos. /Size menu: H-Size, V-Size, 1:1 Pixel Mode (see page 26, 27)

Advanced settings: Cinema reality, Noise reduction (see page 31)

Options menu: Display size, All Aspect (see page 61)

ASPECT Controls (see page 21)

“EXT. SCALER” is displayed in the menu screen to indicate that an external scaler is in use.

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

25

EXT.SCALER

Normal

42

Setup menu

Power save

Off On

When this function is turned On, luminous level of the Plasma Display is suppressed, so power consumption is reduced.

Standby save

Off On

When this function is turned On, power consumption of the microcomputer is reduced during power supply standby

(see page 15, 17, 19), so standby power of the set is reduced.

PC Power management

Off On

When this function is set to On, it operates under the following conditions to turn the power on or off automatically.

When no pictures (HD/VD sync signals) are detected for 30 or so seconds during PC signal input:

ĺ Power is turned off (standby); the power indicator lights up orange.

When pictures (HD/VD sync signals) are subsequently detected:

ĺ Power is turned on; the power indicator lights up green.

Notes:

• This function operates only during PC signal input.

• This function is effective when “Sync” is set to “Auto”, “Component / RGB-in select” is set to “RGB”.

No signal power off

Disable Enable

Equipment power supply is turned Off when there is no signal.

When this is set to “Enable”, the power supply of the unit goes Off 10 minutes after the input signals stop.

No activity power off

Enable Disable

When this function is set to “Enable”, the power is turned off (standby) automatically when there is no operation of the Plasma Display for 4 hours.

Starting from 3 minutes before the turn off, the remaining time will be displayed.

Press any key to abort.

No activity power off 3min

When the power is turned off due to this function, a message “Last turn off due to ’No activity power off’.” is displayed next time the power is turned on.

Note:

During the screensaver is running, this function is disabled.

43

Setup menu

OSD design

Choose the background colour (transparency).

Type1 Type2 Type3

OSD position

Choose the display position.

Each time you press or , the on-screen menu display position changes.

Display example

Upper left

Centre

OSD Language

Select your preferred language.

Selectable languages

English(UK)

Deutsch

Français

Italiano

Español

ENGLISH(US)

.......(Chinese)

.......(Japanese)

Ɋɭɫɫɤɢɣ .......(Russian)

44

Setup menu

3D Settings

To view the 3D images, please adjust and setup the 3D settings.

Note:

Set these settings for each input terminals.

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

2

access

1

select

Select the item and set.

3D Settings

3D Function

3D Picture Format

3D Viewing Mode

3D Picture Sequence

3D Colour Compensation

Safety Precautions

On

Auto

3D

Normal

On

2

change

1

select

RGB

• 3D Function

On OFF

On: To view the 3D images, please set it to “On”. You can see 3D images for 3D image signal and 2D images for

2D image signal.

Off: You can see 2D images instead of 3D images.

When set to “On”, “3D” is displayed during 3D images.

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• 3D Picture Format

3D images method is set.

Auto: 3D images are automatically displayed according to the signal.

Simultaneous: Set this format when selecting a slot that one of the following terminal boards is installed:

Dual HD-SDI Terminal Board for 3D (TY-FB30DHD3D), Dual DVI-D Terminal Board for

3D (TY-FB30DD3D)

Side by Side/Top and Bottom: One of the formats of the 3D standard. Select these formats as necessary.

Native: Displays the input signal as it is. Use to identify the format type of the input signal.

• 3D Viewing Mode

The 3D images are separated and displayed as right and left images.

3D: Normal 3D images display (initial setting)

Comparison: Left image (L) and right image (R) are placed side by side. If the 3D system is “Top and Bottom”, the images are displayed, being set one above the other.

Left:

Only the left image (L) is displayed.

Right: Only the right image (R) is displayed.

3D Comparison Left

Notes:

• This function is disabled during 2D images.

• The factory default setting is “3D”. To view the 3D images, please use “3D”.

Right

• 3D Picture Sequence

Reverse Normal

This function calibrates the timing to switch the right and left images as well as the timing to switch the shutter of right and left 3D Eyewear.

Select “Reverse” if you feel that the sense of depth is unusual.

• 3D Colour Compensation

On Off

The colour adjustment during the 3D images is set.

On: The colour when using the 3D Eyewear is adjusted. (initial setting)

Off: The colour when using the 3D Eyewear is not adjusted. The 2D image setting is used.

Note: The factory default setting is “On”. To view the 3D images, please set it to “On”.

• Safety Precautions

Displays the precautions for viewing 3D images.

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Setup menu

Signal menu

Note:

“Signal” setup menu displays a different setting condition for each input signal.

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

External scaler mode

Power save

RGB

Off

Off

2

access

1

select

Select the item and set.

For Video (S VIDEO)

Signal

3D Y/C Filter (NTSC)

Colour system

For Component

Signal

FRAME CREATION

XGA Mode

On

Auto

[ AV ]

[ Component ]

Mid

Auto

H-Freq.

33.7 kHz

Input signal display

V-Freq.

Signal Format

Displays the frequency and the type of the current input signal.

This display is valid only for

Component / RGB / PC and Digital input signal.

Display range:

Horizontal 15 - 110 kHz

Vertical 48 - 120 Hz

The dot clock frequency is displayed during DVI signal input.

60.0 Hz

1125(1080)/60i

For RGB

2

change

1

select

Signal

Sync

XGA Mode

H-Freq.

V-Freq.

Signal Format

Auto

1024 ×768

33.7 kHz

[ RGB ]

60.0 Hz

1125(1080)/60i

For Digital

(Example: HDMI input)

Signal

FRAME CREATION

H-Freq.

V-Freq.

Dot Clock Freq.

Signal Format

33.7 kHz

60.0 Hz

108.0 MHz

1125(1080)/60i

Mid

[ Digital ]

• 3D Y/C Filter (NTSC)

This menu is displayed when BNC Dual Video Terminal Board (TY-FB9BD) is installed to the unit.

Set this menu when the moving image looks unnatural during Video (S Video) input signal.

On

Note:

Off

When On, this setting only affects NTSC input signals.

• Colour system

This menu is displayed when BNC Dual Video Terminal Board (TY-FB9BD) is installed to the unit.

Auto PAL SECAM M.NTSC

NTSC

Set the colour system to match the input signal. When “Auto” is set, Colour system will be automatically selected from NTSC/PAL/SECAM /M.NTSC.

To display PAL60 signal, select “Auto” or “PAL”.

If the picture image becomes unstable:

With the system set on Auto, under conditions of low level or noisy input signals the image may in rare cases become unstable. Should this occur, set the system to match the format of the input signal.

• XGA Mode

This menu is displayed when the input signal is analog (Component/PC). This unit supports three types of XGA signals with 60Hz vertical frequency having different aspect ratios and sampling rates (1,024 × 768 @ 60Hz,

1,280 × 768 @ 60Hz and 1,366 × 768 @ 60Hz).

Auto 1024×768 1280×768 1366×768

Auto: Automatically selected from 1024×768/1280×768/1366×768.

Switch the setting to suit the input signal for better display depends on the angle of view or display resolution condition.

Note:

After making this setting, be sure to make each adjustment (such as “Auto Setup”) on the “Pos. /Size” menu as necessary. (see page 25)

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• Sync

This function operates only during input from PC IN terminal.

Setting RGB sync signal

Con¿ rm that the input is set to RGB input (this setting is valid only for RGB input signal).

Auto: The H and V sync or synchronized signal is automatically selected. If both input, it is selected the H and V sync.

on G: Uses a synchronized signal on the Video G signal, which is input from the G connector.

VBS: Uses a synchronized signal of Composite Sync input, which is input from the HD connector.

Setting Component sync signal

Con¿ rm that the input is set to Component input (this setting is valid only for Component input signal).

Auto: The H and V sync or synchronized signal is automatically selected. If both input, it is selected the H and V sync.

on Y: Uses a synchronized signal on the Video Y signal, which is input from the Y connector.

Note:

Signals input to COMPONENT/RGB IN terminals correspond to Sync on G or Sync on Y.

• SDI Through

Set the active through function of the Dual Link HD-SDI Terminal Board (TY-FB11DHD).

Off On

On: Enables active through.

Off: Disables active through.

Note:

Settings can only be performed for this menu when a slot mounted with a Dual Link HD-SDI Terminal Board

(TY-FB11DHD) is selected.

• FRAME CREATION

Automatically compensates the picture frame rate and removes juddering movements to make the images smooth.

Off Mid Max

Note:

Depending on the contents, images may be noisy. To prevent the noise, change the setting.

• 3D Refresh Rate

Reduces juddering or À icker of image due to lighting interference during 3D viewing.

100Hz 120Hz

Note:

This setting is disabled when “FRAME CREATION” is set to “Off”.

• HDMI Range

Switches the dynamic range according to the input signal from HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 terminals.

Video(16-235) Full(0-255) Auto

Video(16-235): If the input signal is the video range, Example: HDMI terminal output for DVD player

Full(0-255): If the input signal is full range, Example: HDMI terminal output for personal computer

Auto: Switches the dynamic range automatically between “Video(16-235)” and “Full(0-255)” according to the input signal.

Note:

This function can be set only for HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 terminal input.

• SDI Signal Format

This menu is available only when selecting a slot that the Dual HD-SDI Terminal Board for 3D (TY-FB30DHD3D) is installed and set the input signal format for the board.

Auto YCbCr(4:2:2) 10bit YCbCr(4:2:2) 10bit 60p/50p YCbCr(4:4:4) 10bit RGB(4:4:4) 10bit

YCbCr(4:2:2) 12bit YCbCr(4:4:4) 12bit RGB(4:4:4) 12bit XYZ(4:4:4) 12bit

Auto: Automatically selects the signal format according to the input signal.

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Setup menu

Waveform Monitor

The input signal from video equipment is displayed as waveforms so that the signal level can be checked.

Notes:

• This function is enabled when “Studio mode” in Options menu is set to “On”.

• This function is disabled during 3D images.

• Applicable input signal; HDMI, DVI, SDI

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

External scaler mode

Power save

RGB

Off

Off

2

access

1

select

Select the item and set.

Waveform Monitor

Waveform Monitor

Time out (5 min)

Off

On

2

change

1

select

• Waveform Monitor

On: The waveform monitor is displayed.

Off: The waveform monitor is not displayed.

• Time out (5 min)

The waveform monitor display time-out is set.

On: The display of the waveform monitor disappears in

5 minutes.

Off: The waveform monitor display time-out does not occur.

Display of the waveform monitor

1

Set “Waveform Monitor” to “On”.

The waveform monitor can also be displayed using the FUNCTION button on the remote control (see page

63).

2

Exit the menu.

3

Press to switch the display mode.

Notes:

• The display mode and display position of the waveform monitor are stored.

• The aspect is ¿ xed as “16:9” during the waveform monitor display.

Full scan (Y)

Full scan (R)

Full scan (G)

Full scan (B)

Single line scan (B)

Single line scan (G)

Single line scan (R)

Single line scan (Y)

Full scan mode

The display position of the waveform monitor can be changed with the cursor button.

Operation guide

Mode Change

Monitor Position Exit

Single line scan mode

Scan line can be changed with the cursor button.

100% Y

50%

0%

Y

Scan line

Operation guide

Mode Change

100%

50%

0%

Scan Line Position Exit

4

Press to exit the waveform monitor.

The waveform monitor ends after 5 minute time-out or by setting “Waveform Monitor” to “Off”.

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Setup menu

Marker settings

Various markers for editing image are displayed.

Notes:

• This function is available when “Studio mode” in Options menu is set to “On”

• This function is disabled during 3D images.

• An aspect of “4:3” or “16:9” is valid for this function. Only an aspect of “16:9” is valid at the input of HD signal.

Select the item and set.

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

External scaler mode

Power save

RGB

Off

Off

2

access

1

select

Marker settings

Marker

Time out (5 min)

16:9

Marker Size (%)

Colour

Brightness

4:3

Marker Size (%)

Colour

Brightness

Centre

Colour

Brightness

3

3

3

Preset1

Off

90%

Red

80%

Green

Off

Blue

2

change

1

select

Cross Hatch

Colour

Brightness

Off

Marker display settings

• Marker

Set show/hide of the marker.

Off: The marker is not displayed.

Preset1 / Preset2: The marker is displayed by Preset1 or 2 setting. You can con¿ gure the display setting of

Preset1/2.

• You can also display the marker with the FUNCTION button on the remote control (see page 63).

• Time out (5 min)

Set the marker display time-out.

On: The marker display disappears in 5 minutes (time out).

Off: The marker display time-out does not occur.

Marker advanced settings

• 16 : 9

Select 16:9 marker display and the marker type.

Off 4:3(1.33)

90% 88%

13:9(1.44)

80%

Aspect marker:

4:3, 13:9, 14:9, CNSCO, VISTA

14:9(1.55)

User

• This setting is valid only if an aspect of “16:9” is used.

CNSCO(2.39) VISTA(1.85) 95% 93%

4:3 marker

Safe area marker:

95%, 93%, 90%, 88%, 80%, User

CNSCO marker (2.39:1) VISTA marker (1.85:1)

• Selecting User allows the marker area set in 1% increments in “Marker Size (%)” to be reÀ ected in the con¿ guration of safe area marker.

90% Area marker

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Setup menu

• 4 : 3

Select 4:3 marker display and the safe area marker type.

Off 95% 93% 90% 88% 80% User

• Selecting User allows the marker area set in 1% increments in “Marker Size (%)” to be reÀ ected in the con¿ guration of safe area marker.

90% Area marker

• Centre

The centre marker is displayed.

Off On

• Cross Hatch

The markers at regular vertical and horizontal intervals are displayed.

Off On

• Marker Size (%)

User setting for the marker area can be con¿ gured.

80% - 100%

This setting is valid for the selection of “User” in “16:9” or “4:3.”

• Brightness

Brightness is set for each marker.

1 – 5

• Colour

Colour is set for each marker.

Red Green Blue Yellow Cyan Magenta

Note:

Several markers can be displayed at once.

(Example)

Gray

16:9 marker: 95% safe area marker

4:3marker: 80% safe area marker

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Setup menu

RGB/MONO settings

Turn off R, G, B signals to adjust the image.

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

2

access

1

select

1

Select mode by “Mode Select”.

RGB/MONO settings

Mode Select

R On/Off

G On/Off

B On/Off

RGB

On

On

On

RGB/MONO settings

Mode Select

R On/Off

G On/Off

B On/Off

RGB: Displays with one of red, green and blue signals cut.

Blue only: Displays in solid blue.

MONO: Only Y signal is used for black and white displays.

2

Con¿ gure each mode setting.

For RGB mode

RGB/MONO settings

Mode Select

R On/Off

G On/Off

B On/Off

RGB

On

On

On

RGB

On

On

On

2

change

1

select

2

change

1

select

• R On/Off, G On/Off, B On/Off

Off On

On: The red (for “R On/Off”), green (for “G On/Off”) or blue (for “B On/Off”) signal is on.

Off: The red (for “R On/Off”), green (for “G On/Off”) or blue (for “B On/Off”) signal is cut.

For Blue only mode For MONO mode

RGB/MONO settings

Mode Select

Blue only

Blue only

On

• Blue only

Off On

On: The Blue only mode is enabled.

Off: The Blue only mode is disabled

RGB/MONO settings

Mode Select

MONO

MONO

On

• MONO

Off On

On: The MONO mode is enabled.

Off: The MONO mode is disabled

The RGB/MONO settings function is also enabled/disabled with the FUNCTION button on the remote control (see page 63).

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R Off

When the function is enabled, selected mode is displayed.

Note:

With MONO set, the colour adjustment in the Picture menu is not available.

When the setting of each item is enabled, the item being currently set to ‘Enable’ becomes disabled.

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Setup menu

Screensaver

Do not display a still picture, especially in 4:3 mode, for any length of time.

If the display must remain on, a Screensaver should be used.

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

External scaler mode

Power save

RGB

Off

Off

2

1

access

select

Screensaver

Start

Function

Mode

Time 15:00

Negative image

Off

1

Function selection

Screensaver

Time 15:00

Start

Function

Mode

Negative image

Off

2

change

1

select

Negative image : Negative image will be displayed on the screen.

Scrolling bar only : A white bar will scroll from left to right. The image won't be displayed.

Overlay scrolling bar : The brightness of the image will be decreased and a white bar will scroll on it.

White screen : The whole screen will be white.

2

Mode selection

Screensaver

Time 15:00

Start

Function

Mode

Negative image

On

2

change

1

select

Off

Interval: Operates when Periodic Time and Operating Time are setup and those times arrive.

Time Designation: Operates when Start Time and Finish Time are setup and those times arrive.

Standby after SCR Saver: Operates while Screensaver duration, and display enters standby mode.

On: Operates when Start is selected and the OK button is pressed.

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Setup menu

3

Setup of Screensaver Time

After selecting Time Designation, Interval or Standby after SCR Saver, the relevant Time Setup will become available for selection and the Operating Time may be set. (Time cannot be set when “Mode” is “On” or “Off”.)

Screensaver

Start

Function

Mode

Start Time

Finish Time

Screensaver

Start

Function

Mode

Periodic Time

Operating Time

Time 15:00

Negative image

Time Designation

6:15

12:30

Time 15:00

Negative image

Interval

12:00

3:00

2

change

1

select

Notes:

• Pressing “ ” or “ ” button once changes the Time 1 minute.

[However, switching occurs every 15 minutes when Periodic Time is selected.]

• Pressing “ ” or “ ” button continuously changes the Time by 15 minutes.

• “Screensaver duration” of the “Standby after SCR Saver” can be set from

0:00 to 23:59. When this is set to “0:00”, “ Standby after SCR Saver” will not be activated.

Note: Timer function will not work unless “Day/Time Setup” is set.

Screensaver

Time 15:00

Start

Function

Mode

Screensaver duration

Negative image

Standby after SCR Saver

6:15

4

Start setting

Select “Start”.

Screensaver

Start

Function

Mode

Time 15:00

Negative image

On

2

set

1

select

The menu screen will disappear and the Screensaver will be activated. To

stop the Screensaver under On, press the R button or any buttons on the main unit.

Note: When the display is turned off, the Scrensaver will be deactivated.

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Setup menu

Extended life settings

The following settings are setup to reduce image retention:

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

External scaler mode

Power save

RGB

Off

Off

2

1

access

select

Extended life settings

Express settings

Custom settings

Reset

Extended life settings

Recommended settings

Picture Mode

Contrast

Side panel

NANODRIFT Saver

Peak limit

Lock settings

Apply to current input

Apply to all inputs

30

Dynamic

High

Mid

Off

Unlock

Set to the recommended value

Set individually

Reset to the factory settings

Image Retention Reduction

Menu

Image Retention Reduction Menu

“Extended life settings” enables you to set the following 5 menus (Image Retention Reduction Menu) as recommended values or set them individually.

Picture Mode

Contrast

“Picture Mode” and “Contrast” are same as “Picture” menu items (see page 29). The settings of this menu will be reÀ ected to the “Picture” menu.

side panel

Side panel

Do not display a picture in 4:3 mode for an extended period, as this can cause an image retention to remain on the side panels on either side of the display ¿ eld.

To reduce the risk of such an image retention, illuminate the side panels.

4:3 Screen

Display

This function may be applicable to the non-picture area.

image retention

Off: Darken both ends.

Low: Make it dark gray.

Mid: Make it gray.

High: Make it light gray.

Notes:

• To reduce the occurrence of image retention, set the Side panel to High.

• The side panel may À ash (alternate black/white) depending on the picture being shown on the screen. Using Cinema mode will reduce such À ashing.

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Setup menu

NANODRIFT Saver

Moves the display position of the screen slightly to reduce image retention on the display panel.

Low–High: NANODRIFT Saver operates. The display position of the screen moves at set time intervals. You can set the screen movement range. Some of the screen may appear to be missing as a result of this operation.

If you change the value, a mask is displayed in the range where the picture is missing as a result of position movement.

When “NANODRIFT” Image Retention Reduction is operating, “NANODRIFT” is displayed.

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Peak limit

On: Suppresses image contrast (peak brightness).

Note: When a still picture is viewed for an extended time, the screen may become slightly darker. (see page 69)

Extended life settings when pro¿ le is locked

If pro¿ le is locked with “Memory lock” of the Options menu, the operations of this settings menu are restricted as shown below. “Locking pro¿ les” page 38

Express settings: Cannot be set.

Custom settings: “Picture Mode”, “Contrast” and “Lock settings” cannot be set.

Reset: “Picture Mode” and “Contrast” are not reset.

Express settings

Set the “Image Retention Reduction” menu to the recommended settings.

All menus will be locked.

Picture Mode: Normal

Contrast: Recommended setting for each model

Side panel: High

NANODRIFT Saver: Mid

Peak limit: On

1

Select “Express settings”.

Extended life settings

Express settings

Custom settings

Reset

2

Select the input to apply the settings.

Extended life settings

Apply to current input

Apply to all inputs

2

access

1

select

2

set

1

select

3

Select “Yes”.

Extended life settings

Apply to current input

Yes No

1

select

2

set

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Setup menu

Custom settings

Set the individual “Image Retention Reduction” menu.

1

Select “Custom settings”.

Extended life settings

Express settings

Custom settings

Reset

2

access

1

select

2

To set each menu to the recommended setting:

Select “Recommended settings”.

2

set

Extended life settings

Recommended settings

Picture Mode

Contrast

Side panel

NANODRIFT Saver

Peak limit

Lock settings

Apply to current input

Apply to all inputs

30

Dynamic

High

Mid

Off

Unlock

1

select

Each menu will be set as same as the “Express settings”.

3

Set each menu.

Extended life settings

Recommended settings

Dynamic

Contrast

Side panel

NANODRIFT Saver

Peak limit

Lock settings

Apply to current input

Apply to all inputs

30

High

Mid

Off

Unlock

2

adjust

1

select

4

To lock each menu setting:

Set the “Lock settings” to “Lock”.

Extended life settings

Recommended settings

Picture Mode

Contrast

Side panel

NANODRIFT Saver

Peak limit

Lock settings

Apply to current input

Apply to all inputs

30

Dynamic

High

Mid

Off

Unlock

2

adjust

1

select

When a menu is locked, it is grayed out and cannot be set.

“Picture Mode” and “Contrast” will no longer be able to set in the “Picture” menu, and they are labeled with icon to indicate their locked status.

Also, “Normalise”, “Memory save” and “Memory load” are not available.

Normalise

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Hue

Sharpness

White balance

Advanced settings

Memory save

Memory load

Memory edit

30

0

0

0

5

Dynamic

Normal

Extended life settings

5

Select the input to apply the settings.

Extended life settings

Recommended settings

Dynamic Picture Mode

Contrast

Side panel

NANODRIFT Saver

Peak limit

Lock settings

Apply to current input

Apply to all inputs

30

High

Mid

Off

Unlock

6

Select “Yes”.

Extended life settings

Apply to current input

Yes No

Reset

Reset the “Image Retention Reduction” menu to the factory settings. Each menu will be unlocked.

1

Select “Reset”.

Extended life settings

Express settings

Custom settings

Reset

2

access

3

Select “Yes”.

Extended life settings

1

select

Yes

Reset current input

No

2

Select the input to reset the settings.

Extended life settings

Reset current input

Reset all inputs

2

set

1

select

2

set

1

select

1

select

2

set

1

select

2

set

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Setup menu

Customizing the Input labels

This function can change the label of the Input signal to be displayed. (see page 18)

Select an input terminal and set.

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

2

access

1

select

Input label

SLOT INPUT

COMPONENT

HDMI1

HDMI2

PC

SLOT INPUT

COMPONENT

HDMI1

HDMI2

PC

2

change

1

select

Note:

The setting items are the same as the input terminal list of

“Selecting the input signal” (page 18).

RGB

The input label changes as follows each time the Ż or Ź button is pressed.

Original

DVD1

(Skip)

DVD2

STB

DVD3

VCR

DVD4 Blu-ray1 Blu-ray2

CATV Blu-ray4 Blu-ray3

(Skip) : The INPUT button press will skip its input.

Function Button Settings

Set the function to operate when the FUNCTION button 1 to 4 on the remote control is pressed.

Using FUNCTION button page 62

Select the item and set.

3D Settings

Signal

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

RGB/MONO settings

2

access

1

select

Function Button Settings

Function Button 1

Function Button 2

Function Button 3

Function Button 4

Function Button Guide

3D Settings

Signal

Colour gamut

Scrolling bar

On

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

2

change

1

select

Note:

The button functions are con¿ gured in two ways depending on the setting (On/Off) of “Studio mode” in the Options menu.

RGB

• Function Button 1 - Function Button 4

The following functions are set to the FUNCTION button.

Waveform Monitor*

Marker settings*

HV Delay*

Blue only

3D Settings

Signal

Colour gamut

Scrolling bar

R On/Off

G On/Off

B On/Off

MONO

Test Patterns

Volume +

Volume -

Mute

* “Waveform Monitor”, “Marker settings” and “HV Delay” can be set when “Studio mode” in Options menu is “On”.

• Function Button Guide

The function display setting for the FUNCTION button is con¿ gured.

On: Press the FUNCTION button to display the function list of the button.

Off: The function list is not displayed.

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Setup menu

Day/Time Setup / On/Off Timer Setup

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

2

access

1

select

RGB

Day/Time Setup

1

2

Press to select Day or Time.

Day/Time Setup

Press to set up Day or Time.

button: Forward

button: Back

Day

Set

Notes:

• Pressing “ ” or “ ” button once changes Time 1 minute.

Time

• Pressing “ ” or “ ” button continuously changes Time by 15 minutes.

Press to select Set.

Time MON 15:00

MON

15:00

Press to store Day/Time Setup.

Notes:

• Set cannot be selected unless Time is set.

• Unless setting the present time other than “99:99”, “Day” and “Time” cannot be set.

• The settings of “Day” and “Time” are reset when leaving the display turned off for about

7 days for the following reasons:

Pressing switch of the unit to turn off the display.

Disconnecting the AC cord.

Interruption of power supply.

On/Off Timer Setup

1

Press to select POWER ON Time / POWER OFF

Time.

Press to setup

POWER ON Time / POWER OFF Time.

button: Forward

button: Back

On/Off Timer Setup

POWER ON Function

POWER ON Time

POWER OFF Function

POWER OFF Time

Time 15:00

Off

12:00

Off

16:00

Notes:

• Pressing “ ” or “ ” button once changes POWER ON Time / POWER OFF Time 1 minute.

• Pressing “ ” or “ ” button continuously changes POWER ON Time / POWER OFF Time by 15 minutes.

2

Press to select POWER ON Function/POWER OFF Function.

Press to select On.

Note: Timer function will not work unless “Time” is set.

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Setup menu

Network Setup

Make the various settings to use the network function.

Screensaver

Extended life settings

Input label

Function Button Settings

On/Off Timer Setup

Day/Time Setup

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

Network Setup

Save

DHCP

IP address

Subnet mask

Gateway

Port

LAN Speed

Network ID

Control I/F Select

MAC Address

RGB

2

access

1

select

Off

192.168. 0. 8

255.255.255. 0

192.168. 0. 1

1024

Auto

0

RS-232C

--:--:--:--:--:--

DHCP, IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway settings

1

Set DHCP.

When “Off” is selected, IP address and other settings can be set manually.

2

Select the item and press .

3

Enter an address.

IP address

1

Use to select a digit.

2 Use to change a number or input the

3 numerical value from to .

Press .

Pressing will cancel the address change.

4

Select “Save” and press .

Port setting

1

Select “Port” and press .

2

Enter a port number.

Port

1

Use

2

Use

to select a digit.

to change a number or input the

3 numerical value from to .

Press .

Pressing will cancel the port number change.

Save

Save the current network Setup. Each value set for

DHCP, IP address, Subnet mask, and Gateway will be saved. If “NG” is displayed, check the same IP address is not used within the same network.

DHCP (DHCP client function)

To obtain an IP address automatically using a DHCP server, set this to “On”. If DHCP server is not used, set this to “Off”.

IP address (IP address display and setting)

Enter an IP address if DHCP server is not used.

Subnet mask (Subnet mask display and setting)

Enter a subnet mask if DHCP server is not used.

Gateway (Gateway address display and setting)

Enter a gateway address if DHCP server is not used.

Port

Set the port number used for command control.

The available setting range is 1024 – 65535.

When the PJLink™ protocol is used, the port setting is not necessary.

LAN Speed

Set the connection speed of the LAN environment.

Select the value from Auto, 10 Half, 10 Full, 100 Half or

100 Full.

Network ID

Set the ID to identify this unit.

The available setting range is 0 – 99.

Control I/F Select

Set whether to control with RS-232C (serial) or LAN.

When “LAN” is set, power is supplied to LAN circuit, and power indicator is lit orange under the condition of power “Off” with remote control (stand-by state).

MAC Address

Display the MAC address of this unit. However, the MAC address is not displayed when the “Control I/F Select” is set to “RS-232C”.

Notes:

• To use a DHCP server, make sure the DHCP server is started.

• Contact your network administrator for details on settings.

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Options Adjustments

1

Display the menu screen.

2

Select “Options”.

3

Press for more than 3 seconds.

Picture

Setup

Pos./Size

Sound

Options

2

access (more than 3 seconds)

1

select

4

Select the item and set.

Onscreen display On

Studio mode

Internal 3D Emitter

Display size

All Aspect

Auto Setup

Off

On

Off

Off

Manual

Advanced Motion Resolution On

Power On Message (No activity power off)

On

3D Safety Precautions

Memory lock

On

5

Exit the menu.

Item

Onscreen display

Studio mode

Internal 3D Emitter

2

set

1

select

Adjustments

On: Displays all the following on screen.

• Power on display

• Input signal switch display

• No signal display

• Remainig time of off-timer after was pressed.

Off: Hides all the items above from view.

For switching functions in setting menus used for television studio applications.

Setting menu Studio mode: On Studio mode: Off

Picture

Advanced

White balance

Studio Gain

“Studio” can be selected.

Available.

“Studio” not available.

Unavailable (set to

“Off” and cannot be changed).

Setup

Pos./Size

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

Available

Available

Unavailable

Unavailable

3D colour compensation Available

Function Button Settings

Unavailable

The button functions are separately con¿ gured in “On” and “Off”.

Con¿ gurable.

Not con¿ gurable.

Waveform Monitor

Marker settings

HV Delay

HV Delay

Available Unavailable

Set the infrared transmitter for the 3D Eyewear.

On: Use the infrared transmitter of the unit and the external 3D IR TRANSMITTER (available separately.)

Off: Use the external 3D IR TRANSMITTER (available separately.)

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Options Adjustments

Item

Display size

All Aspect

Auto Setup

Advanced Motion

Resolution

Power On Message

(No activity power off)

3D Safety Precautions

Adjustments

Adjusts the image display size on screen.

Off: Sets the normal image display size on screen.

On: Sets the image display size approximately 95 % of the normal image display.

Off On

Notes:

• This setting is valid only when the input signals are as follows;

NTSC, PAL, SECAM, M.NTSC, PAL60, PAL-M, PAL-N (Video)

525i, 525p, 625i, 625p, 750/60p, 750/50p, 1125/60i, 1125/50i, 1125/24sF, 1125/25p, 1125/24p,

1125/30p, 1125/60p, 1125/50p, 1250/50i (Component Video, RGB, DVI, SDI, HDMI)

• When “Display size” is set to “On”, “H-Pos” and “V-Pos” in “Pos./Size” can be adjusted.

• Refer to each board’s operating instruction for DVI, SDI, HDMI’s corresponding signals.

Sets All Aspect mode (advanced aspect setting) or default aspect mode.

With each press of button, the aspect changes in the selected mode.

Off: Default aspect mode

On: All Aspect mode

Aspect mode of each setting is as follows:

(Example: HD signal)

Off 4:3ĺ4:3 FullĺZoom1ĺZoom2ĺZoom3ĺ16:9ĺ14:9ĺJust

On 4:3 (1)ĺ4:3 (2)ĺ4:3 FullĺZoom1ĺZoom2ĺZoom3ĺ16:9ĺ14:9ĺJust1ĺJust2

Sets the operational mode of the automatic position adjustment in the Pos./Size menu.

Manual: Automatic position adjustment starts when is pressed on the remote control or automatic position adjustment is executed from the Pos./Size menu.

Auto: Other than remote control or menu operation, automatic position adjustment starts:

When the display power is turned ON.

When the input signal is switched.

Displays motion picture images at higher resolution.

On

Notes:

Off

• Please set to “Off” if images look unnatural.

• This function is disabled during 3D images.

Whether to show/hide No activity power off Precautions at the time of power ON is set.

On: The warning precautions are shown at the time of power ON.

Off: The warning precautions are not shown at the time of power ON.

Note: This setting is enabled only if “No activity power off” is “Enable” (see page 43).

3D Safety Precautions show/hide is set during power ON.

On: 3D Safety Precaution is shown every time when the power is ON.

Off: 3D Safety Precaution is not shown when the power is ON.

When the setting changes from “On” to “Off”, the con¿ rmation screen is displayed as below.

Pressing “YES” switches the setting.

3D Safety Precautions

If Off is selected, the 3D safety precautions will not be displayed when power is turned on.

Change Setting?

YES NO

Memory lock

Locks or unlocks saved pro¿ les. Also for setting passwords. (see page 38)

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Using FUNCTION button

Assigning functions to the FUNCTION button on the remote control enables a user to switch between show/hide and modes with just a single touch of a button. The function settings are con¿ gured by using “Function Button Settings” in the Setup menu (see page 57). The button functions are con¿ gured in two ways depending on the setting (On/Off) of “Studio mode” in the

Options menu.

The factory preset functions are as described below.

Function Button 1: 3D Settings

Function Button 2: Signal

Function Button 3: Colour gamut

Function Button 4: Scrolling bar

Display of the FUNCTION button guide

Pressing the FUNCTION button can display the FUNCTION button guide to refer for the function of each button.

The operation starts.

Function

1: 3D Settings 2: Signal 3: Colour gamut 4: Scrolling bar

If the guide display is not needed, set “Function Button Guide” in “Function Button Settings” to “Off” (see page 57).

3D Settings / Signal / Colour gamut

The menu screen is displayed.

(Example: 3D Settings)

3D Settings

3D Function

3D Picture Format

3D Viewing Mode

3D Picture Sequence

3D Colour Compensation

Safety Precautions

On

Auto

3D

Normal

On

Pressing the FUNCTION button clears the menu.

Scrolling bar / Test Patterns

Con¿ rmation screen (Example: Scrolling bar)

Function

Press to select

“Yes”.

Scrolling bar

Yes No

Press.

The operation starts.

Scrolling bar

Activates the “Scrolling bar only” screensaver. After

15 minutes, the display enters standby mode.

Test Patterns

Each time you press , a different test pattern is displayed

(seven in all).

Colour Bars Red Green

To exit this mode, press any button.

Black

1% window

Frame

(2 lines × 2 dots)

Blue

To exit this mode, press any button other than .

Note:

“PC Power management” and “No signal power off” are deactivated during “Scrolling bar” or “Test Patterns” operation. (see page 43)

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Using FUNCTION button

Waveform Monitor

The waveform monitor displays (see page 48).

To exit this mode, press the FUNCTION button.

Marker settings

The marker displays (see page 49).

Each time the FUNCTION button is pressed, the screen is switched in the following order; Preset 1 ĺ Preset 2 ĺ Off.

HV Delay

The video blanking period displays (see page 27).

Each time the FUNCTION button is pressed, the screen is switched in the following order; H Delay ĺ V Delay ĺ

HV Delayĺ Off.

Blue only

The screen displays only blue colour for image adjustment.

To exit this mode, press FUNCTION button.

MONO

The screen is displayed in black and white by the Y signal alone (see page 51).

To cancel, press the FUNCTION button.

R On/Off / G On/Off / B On/Off

R / G / B signals are turned off (see page 51).

Each time the FUNCTION button is pressed, each signal switches between On/Off.

Volume + / Volume –

The volume is adjusted.

Press the FUNCTION button to turn the volume UP/DOWN.

Mute

The sound is temporarily muted.

Press the FUNCTION button again to cancel.

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Using Network Function

This unit has a network function to control the network connected display with your computer.

Note:

To use the network function, set each “Network Setup” setting and make sure to set the “Control I/F Select” to “LAN”.

(see page 59)

When “LAN” is set, power is supplied to LAN circuit, and power indicator is lit orange under the condition of power

“Off” with remote control (stand-by state).

Example of Network Connection

COMPUTER

Less than

10 cm

LAN cable

(not supplied)

Ferrite core

(supplied)

Display (main unit, rear)

Installing the Ferrite core

Ferrite core

(supplied)

Less than

10 cm

Open

Pull back the tabs

(in two places)

Wind the cable twice

Press the cable through and close

Hub or broadband router

Notes:

• Make sure the broadband router or hub supports 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX.

• To connect a device using 100BASE-TX, use “category 5” LAN cable.

• Touching the LAN terminal with a statically charged hand (body) may cause damage due to its discharge.

Do not touch the LAN terminal or a metal part of the LAN cable.

• For instructions on how to connect, consult your network administrator.

Command Control

Network function of the unit can control the unit in the same way as serial control from a network.

Supported commands

Commands used in the serial control are supported. (see page 14)

Note:

Consult your local Panasonic dealer for detail instructions on command usage.

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Using Network Function

PJLink™ Protocol

The network function of the unit conforms with PJLink™ class 1 and you can operate the following actions from your computer using PJLink™ protocol.

• Display setup

• Display status query

Supported commands

Commands to control the unit with PJLink™ protocol are shown in the table below.

Command Control Remark

POWR

POWR?

Power control

Power status query

Parameter

0 = Standby 1 = Power “On”

Parameter

0 = Standby 1 = Power “On”

INPT

INPT?

AVMT

Input switch

Input switch query

Shutter control

Parameter

See the parameter for command INST?

AVMT?

ERST?

LAMP?

INST?

Shutter control query

Error status query

Lamp status query

Input switch list query

Parameter

10 = Picture On (picture mute deactivated), 11 = Picture Off (picture on mute)

20 = Audio On (audio mute deactivated), 21 = Audio Off (audio on mute)

30 = Shutter mode Off (picture and audio mute deactivated)

31 = Shutter mode On (picture and audio on mute)

Parameter

11 = Picture Off (picture on mute)

21 = Audio Off (audio on mute)

30 = Shutter mode Off (picture and audio mute deactivated)

31 = Shutter mode On (picture and audio on mute)

Parameter

First byte: Means fan error. 0 or 2.

Second byte: 0

Third byte: 0

Fourth byte: 0

Fifth byte: 0

Sixth byte: Means other error. 0 or 2.

Meaning of the 0 – 2 settings:

0 = Error is not detected, 2 = Error

Not supported

Parameter

Numbers 11 to 13 are depending on the slot installation condition

11: PC IN input (PC)

When a single input terminal board is attached

11: SLOT input (SLOT INPUT)

12: PC IN input (PC)

When a dual input terminal board is attached

11: SLOT input (SLOT INPUT A)

12: SLOT input (SLOT INPUT B)

13: PC IN input (PC)

21: COMPONENT/RGB IN input

(COMPONENT)

31: HDMI input (HDMI1) 32: HDMI input (HDMI2)

NAME?

Projector name query

INF1?

Returns empty character (no name information)

Manufacturer name query Returns “Panasonic”

INF2?

Model name query Returns “TH-65VX300”

INFO?

CLSS?

Other information query

Class information query

Returns version number

Returns “1”

PJLink™ security authentication

Set “Panasonic” for the PJLink™ password.

• PJLink™ is a pending trademark in Japan, the United States, and other countries or areas.

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Using Web Browser Control

You can use a Web browser to control the unit and set up a network and password.

Before Using Web Browser Control

To use the Web browser control, the unit and computer setups are required.

Unit Setup

Set each “Network Setup” setting and make sure to set the “Control I/F Select” to “LAN”. (see page 59)

Computer Setup

Disable the proxy server settings and enable JavaScript.

(Windows) (Macintosh)

Disable proxy server settings

1 Display [Internet Properties] window.

Click [Start] – [Control Panel] – [Network and Internet

Connections] – [Internet Options].

2 Click the [Connections] tab and then [LAN Settings].

3 Deselect the [Use automatic con¿ guration script] and

[Use a proxy server for your LAN] boxes.

4 Click [OK].

Disable proxy server settings

1 From the [Safari] menu, click [Preferences].

General screen is displayed.

2 From the [Advanced] tab, click the [Change

Settings…] button next to [Proxies]. Click [Proxies] and set up a proxy server.

3 Deselect the [Web Proxy] and [Automatic Proxy

Con¿ guration] boxes.

4 Click [Apply Now].

Enable JavaScript

1 Display [Internet Properties] window.

Click [Start] – [Control Panel] – [Network and Internet

Connections] – [Internet Options].

2 Set the security level on the [Security] tab to [Default

Level]. Alternatively enable [Active scripting] from the

[Custom Level] button.

Enable JavaScript

1 Display [Security] of Safari.

2 Select [Enable JavaScript] under [Web content].

Access from Web Browser

Access to the TOP screen of the Web browser control using a Web browser.

1 Start your Web browser.

2 Enter the IP address set with the “Network Setup” of the unit. (see page 59)

3 Enter the user name and password when the

Authentication screen is displayed.

Authentication screen

Notes:

Ɣ

The password used here is the same password used for command control and the PJLink™ security authentication.

Ɣ

Default user name and password are as follows:

User name: user1

Password: Panasonic

Ɣ

The password can be changed on the Password

Setup screen after logging in (see page 64). The user name cannot be changed.

Ɣ

Under no circumstances, Panasonic Corporation or it's associated companies will ask customers their password directly.

Even if you are asked directly, please do not reveal your password.

4 Click [OK].

After logged in, the TOP screen of the Web browser control is displayed. (see page 67)

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Using Web Browser Control

TOP screen structure of the Web browser control

After logging in, the TOP screen of the Web browser control is displayed.

Menu

Menu items are displayed. When a button is clicked, setup screen of each item is displayed.

Item

BASIC

CONTROL

OPTION

CONTROL

NETWORK

SETTING

CHANGE

PASSWORD

Details

BASIC CONTROL screen is displayed.

(see below)

OPTION CONTROL screen is displayed. (see below)

Network Setup screen is displayed.

(see page 68)

Password setup screen is displayed.

(see page 68)

According to the selected item from the main menu, setup status or set items are displayed.

Network ID information

ID to identify the unit is displayed.

Display Control (BASIC CONTROL/OPTION CONTROL Screen)

Click BASIC CONTROL or OPTION CONTROL from the menu. Various controls of the unit can be set.

BASIC CONTROL screen

Click BASIC CONTROL from the menu. Unit status and buttons to change settings are displayed.

OPTION CONTROL screen

Click OPTION CONTROL from the menu. Command input

¿ eld for command control of the unit is displayed.

Item

POWER

Details

Switch ON/OFF of the unit power.

INPUT SELECT

Switch the input signals. Displayed buttons vary according to the connection status of the video device.

AUDIO MUTE Switch ON/OFF of the sound mute.

ASPECT Switch the screen modes

Item

COMMAND

RESPONSE

SEND

Details

Enter a command. Use the same command used for the serial control.

(see page 14)

Response from the unit is displayed.

Command is sent and run.

Note:

After the settings are changed, it may take a while till the display status is displayed.

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Using Web Browser Control

NETWORK SETTING (Network Setup Screen)

Click NETWORK SETTING from the menu. Various settings of a network can be set. For the details of the setting items, please check Network Setup under the Set up of the unit. (see page 59)

Notes:

• To use a DHCP server, make sure the DHCP server is started.

• During a DHCP server is used, IP ADDRESS,

SUBNET MASK, and GATEWAY values cannot be entered.

• When the set values are changed properly,

“NETWORK SETTING CHANGED.” message and the changed set items are displayed.

DHCP

Item Details

Set to ON when a DHCP server is used, or OFF when it is not used.

IP ADDRESS Enter an IP address.

SUBNET MASK Enter a subnet mask.

GATEWAY Enter a gateway address.

PORT

Enter the port number used for command control. The available setting range is 1024 - 65535.

LAN SPEED

NETWORK ID

SAVE

Set the connection speed of the LAN environment.

Set the ID to identify this unit. The available setting range is 0 - 99.

Save the each set value.

Password Setting (Password Setup Screen)

Click CHANGE PASSWORD from the menu. Password to access the Web browser control can be set. When the password is changed in this screen, the password used for command control and the PJLink™ security authentication is also changed.

Notes:

• The default password is “Panasonic”.

• Up to 32 alphanumeric characters can be used for a password.

• When the password is changed properly, “Password has changed.” message is displayed.

Item

OLD

PASSWORD

NEW

PASSWORD

NEW

PASSWORD

(RETYPE)

SAVE

Details

Enter the old password.

Enter the new password.

Enter the password entered in “NEW

PASSWORD” for con¿ rmation.

Save the new password. The con¿ rmation screen is displayed.

Click OK to change the password.

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Troubleshooting

Before you call for service, determine the symptoms and make a few simple checks as shown below.

Symptoms

Picture

Interference

Normal Picture

No Picture

No Picture

No Colour

Sound

Noisy Sound

No Sound

No Sound

Normal Sound

Normal Sound

Checks

Electrical Appliances

Cars / Motorcycles

Fluorescent light

Volume

(Check whether the mute function has been activated on the remote control.)

Check if speakers are corrected properly.

Not plugged into AC outlet

Not switched on

Picture and Brightness/Volume setting

(Check by pressing the power switch or stand-by button on the remote control.)

If a signal with a non-applicable colour system format, or frequency is input, only the input terminal indication is displayed.

Colour controls set at minimum level (see page 28-33)

Colour system (see page 46)

No remote control operations can be performed.

Check whether the batteries have discharged completely and, if they have not, whether they were inserted properly.

Check whether the remote control sensor is exposed to an outdoor light or a strong À uorescent light.

Check whether the remote control designed speci¿ cally for use with the unit is being used. (The unit cannot be operated by any other remote control.)

A cracking sound is sometimes heard from the unit.

If there is nothing wrong with the picture or sound, this is the sound of the cabinet undergoing very slight contractions in response to changes in the room temperature.

There are no adverse effects on the performance or other aspects.

Adjust the position of the picture on the screen.

The top or bottom of the picture on the screen is cut off when I use the zoom function.

Areas at the top and bottom of the screen where the image is missing appear when I use the zoom function.

I can hear sounds coming from inside the unit.

When using a video software program (such as a cinema size program) with a screen wider than one in the 16:9 mode, blank areas separate from the images are formed at the top and bottom of the screen.

When the power is turned on, a sound of the display panel being driven may be heard: This is normal and not indicative of malfunctioning.

Parts of the unit become hot.

Even when the temperature of parts of the front, top and rear panels has risen, these temperature rises will not pose any problems in terms of performance or quality.

Power automatically turns off unexpectedly.

Check the settings of “PC Power management”, “No signal power off” and “No activity power off” in the Setup menu. Any of them may be set to “On (Enable)”.

(see page 43)

Power indicator is blinking in red.

There is possibility of malfunction. Please contact an Authorized Service Center.

This Plasma Display uses special image processing. Hence a slight time lag may occur between image and audio, depending on the type of input signal. However, this is not a malfunction.

Plasma Display panel

Symptoms

The screen darkens slightly when bright pictures with minimal movements are shown.

It takes a while for the picture to appear.

The edges of the images

À icker.

The brightness on both sides of images in the 4:3 mode changes.

Some parts of the screen do not light up.

Image retention appears

Whirring sounds can be heard from the display unit.

Check

The screen will darken slightly when photos, still images of a computer or other pictures with minimal movements are shown for an extended period. This is done to reduce image retention on the screen and the shortening of the screen’s service life: It is normal and not indicative of malfunctioning.

The unit digitally processes the various signals in order to reproduce esthetically pleasing images. As such, it sometimes takes a few moments for the picture to appear when the power has been turned on, when the input has been switched.

Due to the characteristics of the system used to drive the panel, the edges may appear to À icker in the fast-moving parts of the images: This is normal and not indicative of malfunctioning.

When viewing the side panels at the “High” or “Mid” setting, the brightness on both sides may change depending on the kind of program shown: This is normal and not indicative of malfunctioning.

The plasma display panel is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology, however, sometimes some parts of the screen may be missing picture elements or have luminous spots. This is not a malfunction.

Do not allow a still picture to be displayed for an extended period, as this can cause a permanent image retention to remain on the Plasma Display.

Examples of still pictures include logos, video games, computer images, teletext and images displayed in 4:3 mode.

Note:

The permanent image retention on the Plasma Display resulting from ¿ xed image use is not an operating defect and as such is not covered by the Warranty.

This product is not designed to display ¿ xed images for extended periods of time.

The display unit is ¿ tted with a cooling fan to dissipate heat generated during normal use. The whirring sound is caused by rotation of the fan and is not a malfunction.

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List of Aspect Modes

Aspect mode

All Aspect:

On

Factory setting

All Aspect: Off

Picture Enlarged screen

16:9 16:9

14:9 14:9

Just

Just1

Just

Just2 –

4:3

4:3 (1)

4:3

4:3 (2) –

4:3 Full 4:3 Full

Zoom

Zoom1

Zoom1

Zoom2 Zoom2

Zoom3 Zoom3

Description

The display of the pictures ¿ lls the screen.

In the case of SD signals, pictures with a 4:3 aspect ratio are enlarged horizontally, and displayed. This mode is suited to displaying anamorphic pictures with a 16:9 aspect ratio.

Letterbox pictures with a 14:9 aspect ratio are enlarged vertically and horizontally so that their display ¿ lls the screen vertically and is slightly smaller than the screen horizontally. The top and bottom edges of the pictures are cut off. Side panels are displayed at the left and right edges of the screen.

Pictures with a 4:3 aspect ratio are enlarged horizontally so that the picture distortion is minimized. The display of the areas around the left and right edges of the screen is slightly elongated.

The pictures with a 4:3 aspect ratio among the 16:9 aspect ratio signals are enlarged horizontally so that the picture distortion is minimized. The left and right edges of the pictures are cut off. The display of the areas around the left and right edges of the screen is slightly elongated.

Pictures with a 4:3 aspect ratio are displayed with their original aspect ratio. Side panels are displayed at the left and right edges of the screen.

The pictures with a 4:3 aspect ratio among the 16:9 aspect ratio signals are displayed with their original aspect ratio. The left and right edges of the pictures are masked with side panels.

The pictures with a 4:3 aspect ratio among the 16:9 aspect ratio signals are enlarged horizontally so that their display ¿ lls the screen. The left and right edges of the pictures are cut off.

Letterbox pictures with a 16:9 aspect ratio are enlarged vertically and horizontally so that their display ¿ lls the screen. The top and bottom edges of the pictures are cut off.

The letterbox pictures with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio among the 16:9 aspect ratio signals are enlarged vertically and horizontally so that their display ¿ lls the screen. The top and bottom edges as well as the left and right edges of the pictures are cut off.

Letterbox pictures with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio are enlarged vertically and horizontally so that their display ¿ lls the screen vertically and is slightly larger than the screen horizontally. The top and bottom edges as well as the left and right edges of the pictures are cut off.

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Applicable Input Signals

*

Mark: Applicable input signal

Signal name

1

2

525 (480) / 60i

525 (480) / 60p

3

4

5

6

625 (575) / 50i

625 (576) / 50i

625 (575) / 50p

625 (576) / 50p

7

8

750 (720) / 60p

750 (720) / 50p

9 1,125 (1,080) / 60p

10 1,125 (1,080) / 60i

11 1,125 (1,080) / 50p

12 1,125 (1,080) / 50i

13 1,125 (1,080) / 24sF

14 1,125 (1,080) / 30p

15 1,125 (1,080) / 25p

16 1,125 (1,080) / 24p

17 1,250 (1,080) / 50i

18 2,048 × 1,080 / 24sF 7

19 2,048 × 1,080 / 24p 7

20 640 × 400 @70 Hz

21

22

23

24

640 × 480 @60 Hz

640 × 480 @72 Hz

640 × 480 @75 Hz

640 × 480 @85 Hz

25

26

27

28

29

800 × 600 @56 Hz

800 × 600 @60 Hz

800 × 600 @72 Hz

800 × 600 @75 Hz

800 × 600 @85 Hz

30 852 × 480 @60 Hz

31 1,024 × 768 @50 Hz

32 1,024 × 768 @60 Hz

33 1,024 × 768 @70 Hz

34 1,024 × 768 @75 Hz

35 1,024 × 768 @85 Hz

36 1,066 × 600 @60 Hz

37 1,152 × 864 @60 Hz

38 1,152 × 864 @75 Hz

39 1,280 × 768 @60 Hz

40 1,280 × 960 @60 Hz

41 1,280 × 960 @85 Hz

42 1,280 × 1,024 @60 Hz

43 1,280 × 1,024 @75 Hz

44 1,280 × 1,024 @85 Hz

45 1,366 × 768 @50 Hz

46 1,366 × 768 @60 Hz

47 1,400 × 1,050 @60 Hz

48 1,600 × 1,200 @60 Hz

49 1,600 × 1,200 @65 Hz

50 1,920 × 1,080 @60 Hz

51 1,920 × 1,200 @60 Hz

52 Macintosh13” (640 × 480)

53 Macintosh16” (832 × 624)

54 Macintosh21” (1,152 × 870)

Horizontal frequency

(kHz)

60.00

85.94

63.98

79.98

91.15

39.55

48.36

65.22

75.00

81.25

31.47

39.55

48.36

56.48

60.02

68.68

37.64

53.70

67.50

47.70

67.50

74.04

35.00

49.72

68.68

33.75

28.13

27.00

31.25

27.00

27.00

31.46

31.47

37.86

37.50

43.27

35.16

37.88

48.08

46.88

53.67

15.73

31.47

15.63

15.63

31.25

31.25

45.00

37.50

67.50

33.75

56.26

28.13

27.00

Vertical frequency

(Hz)

60.00

85.00

60.02

75.03

85.02

50.00

60.00

60.00

60.00

65.00

59.94

50.00

60.00

70.07

75.03

85.00

59.94

60.00

75.00

60.00

60.00

59.95

66.67

74.54

75.06

30.00

25.00

24.00

50.00

48.00

24.00

70.07

59.94

72.81

75.00

85.01

56.25

60.32

72.19

75.00

85.06

59.94

59.94

50.00

50.00

50.00

50.00

60.00

50.00

60.00

60.00

50.00

50.00

48.00

COMPONENT / RGB IN / PC IN

(Dot clock (MHz))

* (13.5)

* (27.0) 5

* (13.5)

* (27.0)

* (74.25)

* (74.25)

* (148.5) 1

* (74.25) 1

* (148.5) 1

* (74.25) 1

* (74.25) 2

* (74.25) 1

* (74.25) 1

* (74.25) 1

* (74.25) 3

* (25.17)

* (25.18) 6

* (31.5)

* (31.5)

* (36.0)

* (36.0)

* (40.0)

* (50.0)

* (49.5)

* (56.25)

* (33.54) 6

* (65.0)

* (75.0)

* (78.75)

* (94.5)

* (53.0)

* (108.0)

* (80.14)

* (108.0)

* (148.5)

* (108.0)

* (135.0)

* (157.5)

* (86.71)

* (162.0)

* (175.5)

* (148.5) 4

HDMI1-2

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

* (30.24)

* (57.28)

* (100.0)

1: Based on SMPTE 274M standard.

2: Based on SMPTE RP211 standard.

3: Based on SMPTE 295M standard.

4: The input signal is recognized as 1,125 (1,080) / 60p.

5: When selected the RGB format and 525p signal input to the PC IN terminal, it is recognized as VGA 60Hz signal.

6: When inputted VGA 60Hz format signal from the other than PC IN terminal, it is recognized as 525p signal.

7: Based on SMPTE 292M and 372M standards. These signals can be received when the Dual Link HD-SDI Terminal

Board (TY-FB11DHD) or the Dual HD-SDI Terminal Board for 3D (TY-FB30DHD3D) is installed.

Note: Signals without above speci¿ cation may not be displayed properly.

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Shipping condition

This function allows you to reset the unit to the factory setting.

1

Display the menu screen.

2

Select “Setup”.

Picture

Setup

Pos. /Size

Sound

2

access

1

select

3

Select “OSD Language”.

Network Setup

Component/RGB-in select

External scaler mode

Power save

Standby save

PC Power management

No signal power off

No activity power off

OSD design

OSD position

OSD Language

RGB

Off

Off

On

Off

Disable

Enable

Type1

Upper left

English (UK)

4

Press for more than 5 seconds.

1

select

5

Select “YES”.

Reset to factory default.

YES NO

1

select

2

set

6

Select “YES” and wait for 10 sec.

All saved data will be erased

CONTINUE?

YES NO

1

select

2

set

7

Press the power switch ( ) on main unit to turn the power off.

Note:

Press to return to Setup menu when con¿ rmation screen is displayed.

[from the unit]

1 Press the MENU button till the Setup menu is displayed.

2 Press the or button to select “OSD Language”.

3 Press the ENTER button for more than 5 seconds.

4 Press the or button to select “YES”.

5 Press the ENTER button.

6 Press the or button to select “YES”.

7 Press the ENTER button and wait for 10 sec.

8 Press the power switch ( ) on main unit to turn the power off.

Executing this function restores all settings and adjustment values in the following menus to the factoryset default values, as shipped.

On-screen menu: Picture, Advanced settings, Setup, Pos. /Size, Sound, Options

Unlocking pro¿ les (Memory lock: Off, Password: 0123)

72

Speci¿ cations

Product Fiche

Manufacturer

Model No.

Energy ef¿ ciency class

Visible screen size (diagonal)

On mode average power consumption

Annual energy consumption

Standby power consumption

Off mode power consumption

Display resolution

Power Source

Rated power consumption

Standby power consumption

Plasma Display panel

Panasonic Corporation

TH-65VX300ER

D

165 cm / 65 inches

390 W

569 kWh/year

Energy consumption XYZ kWh per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating

4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.

0.50 W

0.30 W

1,920 (W) × 1,080 (H)

220 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz

450 W

Save off 0.8 W, Save on 0.5 W

Drive method : AC type

65-inch, 16:9 aspect ratio

1,434 mm (W) × 806 mm (H) × 1,645 mm (diagonal)

2,073,600 (1,920 (W) × 1,080 (H)) [5,760 × 1,080 dots]

Screen size

(No.of pixels)

Operating condition

Temperature

Humidity

Applicable signals

Scanning format

0 °C - 40 °C

20 % - 80 %

PC signals

525 (480) / 60i · 60p, 625 (575) / 50i · 50p, 750 (720) / 60p · 50p, 1125 (1080) / 60i · 60p · 50i ·

50p · 24p · 25p · 30p · 24sF, 1250 (1080) / 50i

VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA

UXGA ···· (compressed)

Horizontal scanning frequency 15 - 110 kHz

Vertical scanning frequency 48 - 120 Hz

Connection terminals

LAN

AV IN

COMPONENT/RGB IN

RJ45 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, compatible with PJLink™

HDMI 1-2 TYPE A Connector × 2

PC IN

Y/G

P

B

/C

B

/B

P

R

/C

R

/R

AUDIO L-R

SERIAL

AUDIO

RCA Pin jack

RCA Pin jack

RCA Pin jack

RCA Pin jack × 2

High-Density Mini D-sub 15 Pin

VBS (use HD port)

Stereo mini jack (M3) × 1

External Control Terminal

D-sub 9 Pin with sync 1.0 Vp-p (75 ȍ)

0.7 Vp-p (75 ȍ)

0.7 Vp-p (75 ȍ)

0.5 Vrms

Y or G with sync 1.0 Vp-p (75 ȍ)

Y or G without sync 0.7 Vp-p (75 ȍ)

P

B

/C

B

/B: 0.7 Vp-p (75 ȍ)

P

R

/C

R

/R: 0.7 Vp-p (75 ȍ)

HD/VD: 1.0 - 5.0 Vp-p (high impedance) with picture 1.0 Vp-p (high impedance) without picture 0.3 Vp-p (high impedance)

0.5 Vrms

RS-232C compatible

3D IR TRANSMITTER for 3D IR TRANSMITTER

3D SHUTTER OUT M3 jack × 1

DC 8V OUT

EXT SP

Dimensions (W × H × D)

Mass (weight)

main unit only with speakers

Centre plus, for EIAJ 4mm plug

8 ȍ, 20 W [10 W + 10 W] (10 % THD)

1,554 mm × 924 mm × 94 mm approx. 60.0 kg net approx. 66.0 kg

Notes:

• Design and speci¿ cations are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensions shown are approximate.

• This equipment complies with the EMC standards listed below.

EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3.

• Product ¿ che: Based on (EU) No.1062/2010 ANNEX III

• ENERGY LABEL attached on the back cover is only for European countries.

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Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries

These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general household waste.

For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives

2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.

By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.

For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.

Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.

For business users in the European Union

If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.

[Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union]

These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.

Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):

This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.

<Software Information for This Product>

This product has software installed partially licensed under the Free BSD LICENSE.

Free BSD LICENSE regulations under the above specifications are as follows:

(These regulations are set by the third party; therefore the original (English) regulations are stated.)

Copyright © 1980, 1986, 1993

The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.

3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement:

This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.

4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS

OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF

MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL

THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,

EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF

SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)

HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,

OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS

SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Customer’s Record

The model number and serial number of this product can be found on its rear panel. You should note this serial number in the space provided below and retain this book, plus your purchase receipt, as a permanent record of your purchase to aid in identi¿ cation in the event of theft or loss, and for Warranty Service purposes.

Model Number Serial Number

Web Site : http://panasonic.net

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Panasonic Corporation 2011

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