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ENGLISH
USER'S MANUAL
42PD4200
Thank you very much for purchasing the HITACHI Plasma Display
Monitor.
Before using your monitor, please carefully read the "SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS" and this "USER'S MANUAL" so you will know how to
operate the monitor properly. Keep this manual in a safe place. You
will find it useful in the future.
Notes on lnstallation Work:
This product is marketed assuming that it is installed by qualifed
personnel with enough skill and competence. Always have an
installation specialist or your dealer install and set up the product.
HITACHI cannot assume liabilities for damage caused by mistake
in installation or mounting, misuse, modification or a natural
disaster.
Note for Dealers:
After installation, be sure to deliver this manual to the customer
and explain to the customer how to handle the product.
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Important
Please read this User's Manual thoroughly, especially the Safety
Instructions on Page 4 to 7. Mis-use may cause damage to your
plasma monitor, which could shorten its lifespan, or cause injury to
yourself. Should you encounter any difficulty in the set-up or
operation of your monitor, firstly refer to the Troubleshooting guide at
the rear of this manual.
In the unlikely event of a problem occurring with your plasma monitor,
switch off at the mains sockets, pull out the plugs, and contact your
dealer immediately.
CAUTION
Under no circumstances remove the rear cover of your plasma
monitor.
Never guess or take any chances with electrical equipment of any
kind - it is better to be safe than sorry!
Software Notice
It is prohibited for the end user of this product to copy, reverse
engineer or reverse compile the software included therein, save to
the extent permitted by law.
Plasma Monitor
After the plasma monitor has been on for any length of time, you will
notice that the screen becomes warm. Please note that this is normal.
Sometimes the screen might have some tiny bright or dark spots.
Please note that this is normal.
CAUTION
To prevent scratches or damages to the plasma screen, do not
knock or rub the surface with sharp or hard objects. Clean the screen
with a soft cloth moistened with warm water and dry with a soft cloth.
A mild soap may be used if the screen is extremely dirty. Do not use
harsh or abrasive cleaners!
CAUTION
Use a soft cloth to clean the cabinet and control panel of the monitor.
When excessively soiled dilute a neutral detergent in water, wet and
wring out the soft cloth and afterward wipe with a dry soft cloth.
Never use acid/alkaline detergent, alcoholic detergent, abrasive
cleaner, powder soap, OA cleaner, car wax, glass cleaner, etc.
especially because they would cause discoloration, scratches or
cracks.
FEATURES
Extended definition plasma display panel
The 42-inch colour plasma display panel, with a resolution of 852(H)
x 480(V) pixels, creates a high-definition, large-screen (aspect ratio :
16:9) and low-profile flat display. Free from electromagnetic
interferences from geomagnetic sources and ambient power lines,
the panel produces high-quality display images free from colour
misconvergence and display distortion.
High Performance Digital Processor
A wide range of personal computer signals can be handled, from 640
x 400, 640 x 480 VGA to 1600 x 1200 UXGA. (RGB Analog input)
Easy-to-use remote control and on screen
display system
The remote control included eases the work of setting display controls.
Further, the on-screen display system, displays the status of signal
reception and display control settings in an easy-to-view fashion.
Power saving system
The International ENERGY STAR® power saver feature saves power
consumption automatically when input signals are not available.
When connected to a VESA DPMS-compliant PC, the monitor cuts its
power consumption while it is idle.
TruBass
TruBass, SRS and (O) symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs,Inc.
TruBass technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
About the Optional Video Unit
The following functions can be obtained by connecting the optional video unit.
(1) A composite/S terminal and two component terminals have been
added. A composite video output terminal is also provided as a
monitoring output.
(2) A wide range of devices other than personal computers can also
be connected.
(3) A component input is possible to switch to RGB signals from the
Menu screen.
(4) A SCART terminal is also provided for the signal of the European
standard. It operates as composite/S/RGB input terminal, or video
output terminal.
Options
Ask your local retail dealer for further details.
1. Desktop stand:
• CMPAD23 (for 32”)
• CMPAD25 (for 42”)
2. Plasma monitor speaker:
• CMPAS03 (for 32”) bass reflex speaker unit with 16x4.5cm
cone type speaker (colour: dark gray)
• CMPAS03S (for 32”) same type to CMPAS03 (colour: light gray)
• CMPAS14 (for 42”) 2 way speaker unit with one 2.5cm dome
type tweeter and two 8cm round type
woofers (colour: dark gray)
• CMPAS14S (for 42”) same type to CMPAS14 (colour: light gray)
3. Video unit: CMPAVW1
An expansion unit for viewing video with this device.
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CONTENTS
Main Unit..............................................................................8
Remote control ....................................................................9
Loading Batteries ..............................................................9
Handling the Remote Control ............................................9
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................11
Installation..........................................................................11
Anti-tumble measures........................................................11
Connecting to a PC ..........................................................12
Mounting the Speaker Unit ..............................................13
Power Cord Connection ....................................................13
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ....................14
OTHER FEATURES ....................................22
Automatic Store ................................................................22
Signal Check ....................................................................23
Power Save Mode..............................................................23
ENGLISH
FEATURES ....................................................2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..............................4
COMPONENT NAMES ..................................8
IMAGE RETENTION OF PLASMA DISPLAY ......24
NOTES ........................................................24
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................25
Symptoms That Seemingly Appear to be Failures ............25
Actions to Correct Abnormal Displays ..............................27
Video Unit Function ..........................................................28
Tuner Unit Function ..........................................................38
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ......................49
Signal Input........................................................................50
Recommended Signal List ................................................51
Turning Power On and Off ................................................14
Input Switching ..................................................................15
Volume Adjustment............................................................15
Audio Mute ........................................................................15
Size Switching ..................................................................16
Input Signal Screen Display ..............................................16
Using the Menu Screen ....................................................17
PICTURE MENU ................................................................18
AUDIO MENU ....................................................................19
TIMER MENU ....................................................................19
FUNCTION MENU ............................................................20
SETUP MENU ....................................................................21
LANGUAGE MENU............................................................22
Notes about This Manual
• The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
• While meticulous care has been taken in the preparation of this manual, you are requested to notify your dealer or us should you have any
comments, views or questions about our product.
• Fully understand the prerequisites to using the product, such as hardware and software specifications and constraints, in using the
product. We are not held liable for damages caused by improper handling of the product.
• Reproduction of this manual in whole or in part without our prior written permission is prohibited.
• The product names mentioned in this manual may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This Plasma monitor has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards, but like any electrical equipment, care must
be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured.
Before using this product, please read and understand the Safety Instructions thoroughly to ensure correct usage, and follow all the instructions.
About the Symbols
Various symbols are used in this manual, the user’s manual and on the product itself to ensure correct usage, to prevent danger to the user and
others, and to prevent property damage. The meanings of these symbols are described below. It is important that you read these descriptions
thoroughly and fully understand the contents.
WARNING
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or even death due to
incorrect handling.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could result possibly in personal injury or physical damage due
to incorrect handling.
Typical Symbols
This symbol indicates an additional warning (including cautions). An illustration is provided to clarify the contents.
This symbol indicates a prohibited action. The contents will be clearly indicated in an illustration or nearby (the symbol to the left
indicates that disassembly is prohibited).
This symbol indicates a compulsory action. The contents will be clearly indicated in an illustration or nearby (the symbol to the left
indicates that the power plug should be disconnected from the power outlet).
WARNING
Never use the monitor if a problem should occur.
Abnormal operations such as smoke, strange odor, no image, no sound, excessive sound, damaged casing, elements, cables,
penetration of liquids or foreign matter, etc. can cause a fire or electrical shock.
In such case, immediately turn off the power switch and then disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. After making sure Disconnect the
that the smoke or odor has stopped, contact your dealer. Never attempt to make repairs yourself because this could be plug from the
power outlet.
dangerous.
Do not insert liquids or foreign objects.
Penetration of liquids or foreign objects could result in fire or electrical shock. Use special caution in households where children
are present.
If liquids or foreign objects should enter the projector, immediately turn off the power switch, disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet and contact your dealer.
• Do not place the monitor in a bathroom.
• Do not expose the monitor to rain or moisture.
• Do not place flower vases, pots, cups, cosmetics, liquids such as water, etc on or around the monitor.
• Do not place metals, combustibles, etc on or around the monitor.
Never disassemble or modify the monitor.
The monitor contains high voltage components. Modification could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Never remove any fixed cover.
Do not give the monitor any shock or impact.
If the monitor should be shocked and/or broken, it could result in an injury, and continued use could result in fire or electrical shock.
If the glass panel is broken or damaged, immediately turn off the power switch, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet
and contact your dealer.
Do not place the monitor on an unstable surface.
If the monitor should be dropped and/or broken, it could result in an injury, and continued use could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Do not place the monitor on an unstable, slant or vibrant surface such as a wobbly or inclined stand.
Do not obstruct the ventilation of the monitor.
If the ventilation is obstructed during the operation of the monitor or just after switching off the power, it could result in damage
and shorten the lifespan of your monitor due to overheating. Make sure there is ample ventilation.
• Keep a space of 100mm (10cm) or more between the sides, rear and top of the monitor and other objects such as walls.
• Do not place anything around ventilation openings of the monitor.
• Never block ventilation openings.
• Do not put the plasma screen side up.
• Do not cover the monitor with a tablecloth, etc.
• Do not place the monitor on a carpet or bedding, or near a curtain.
Use only the correct power outlet.
Incorrect power supply could result in fire or electrical shock. Use only the correct power outlet depending on the indication on the
monitor and the safety standard.
• The enclosed power cord must be used depending on the power outlet to be used.
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Do not
disassemble.
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WARNING
Be cautious of the power cord connection.
Incorrect connection of the power cord could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Do not touch the power cord with a wet hand.
• Check that the connecting portion of the power cord is clean (with no dust), before using. Use a soft and dry cloth to clean the power plug.
• Insert the power plug into a power outlet firmly. Avoid using a loose, unsound outlet or contact failure.
• Do not cut off the fitted power plug, the removal of which could lead to impaired performance. If you wish to extend the lead,
obtain an appropriate extension lead or consult your dealer.
• Should you require replacing the fuse in the molded plug with a new fuse, then please replace with new one of the same value,
type and approval as the original. Ensure the fuse cover is returned to its original position.
Be sure to keep safety ground connection.
Connect the ground terminal of AC inlet of this monitor with the ground terminal provided at the power outlet using the enclosed
power cord. If the provided plug does not fit your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Surely connect
Be careful in handling the power cord and external connection cables.
the ground wire.
If you keep using a damaged the power cord or cables, it can cause a fire or electrical shock. Do not apply too much heat,
pressure or tension to the power cord and cables.
If the power cord or cables are damaged (exposed or broken core wires, etc.), contact your dealer.
• Do not place the monitor or heavy objects on the power cord and cables. Also, do not place a spread, cover, etc, over them
because this could result in the inadvertent placing of heavy objects on the concealed power cord or cables.
• Do not pull the power cord and cables. When connecting and disconnecting the power cord or cables, do it with your hand
holding the plug or connector.
• Do not place the cord near the heater.
• Do not touch the power plug just after disconnecting it from the power outlet to prevent electric shock.
• Do not touch the power plug when lightening is close to you.
• Avoid coiling the power cord and bending it sharply.
• Protect the power cord from being walked on, pinched particularly at plugs, conveniences receptacles, and the point where they
exit from the apparatus.
• Do not modify the power cord.
Be careful in handling the battery of the remote control.
Incorrect handling of the battery could result in fire or personal injury. The battery may explode if not handled properly.
• Keep the battery away from children and pets. If swallowed consult a physician immediately for emergency treatment.
• Do not allow the battery to be exposed to fire or water.
• Avoid fire or high-temperature environment.
• Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers.
• Keep the battery in a dark, cool and dry place.
• Do not short circuit the battery.
• Do not recharge, disassemble or solder the battery.
• Do not physically impact the battery.
• Use only the battery specified in the manual of this monitor.
• Make sure the plus and minus terminals are correctly aligned when loading the battery.
• If you observe a leakage of the battery, wipe out the liquid and then replace the battery. If the liquid adheres your body or
clothes, rinse well with water.
• Obey the local laws on disposing the battery.
• FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE U.K.
THIS PRODUCT IS SUPPLIED WITH A TWO PIN MAINS PLUG FOR USE IN MAINLAND EUROPE. FOR THE U.K. PLEASE REFER TO THE
NOTES ON THIS PAGE.
IMPORTANT FOR UNITED KINGDOM
WORDING FOR CLASS I EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION BOOKS AND LABELS
The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a molded plug incorporating a fuse, the value of which is indicated on the pin face of the plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced, an ASTA or BSI approved BS 1362 fuse must be used of the same rating. If the fuse cover is detachable
never use the plug with the cover omitted. If a replacement fuse cover is required, ensure it is of the same colour as that visible on the pin face of
the plug. Fuse covers are available from your dealer.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment. If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your home or the cable is too short to
reach a power point, then obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer.
Should it be necessary to change the mains plugs, this must be carried out by a competent person, preferably a qualified electrician.
If there is no alternative to cutting off the mains plug, ensure that you dispose of it immediately, having first removed the fuse, to avoid a possible
shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the mains supply.
WARNING: THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code :
Green and Yellow = Earth, Blue = Neutral, Brown = Live.
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN and YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the earth
symbol
or coloured GREEN or GREEN and YELLOW.
The wire coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter N or coloured BLUE or BLACK. The wire coloured BROWN
must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter L or coloured BROWN or RED.
Green & Yellow
to Earth
Brown to Live
Fuse
Blue to Neutral
Cord Clamp
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS(continued)
CAUTION
Be careful in moving the monitor.
Neglect could result in an injury or damage.
• Do not move the monitor during use. Before moving, disconnect the power plug and all external connections.
• You are advised to move the monitor with two persons.
• Avoid any impact or shock to the monitor; particularly take care of glass screen.
Do not put anything on top of the monitor.
Placing anything on the monitor could result in loss of balance or falling, and cause an injury or damage. Use special caution in
households where children are present.
Avoid a humid or dusty place.
Placing the monitor in a smoke, a highly humid, dusty place, oily soot or corrosive gas could result in fire or electrical shock.
• Do not place near the kitchen, a humidifier or other place where there is oil, smoke or humidity.
Avoid a high temperature environment.
The heat could have adverse influence on the monitor and other parts, and could result in transformation, melting or fire.
• Do not place the monitor, the remote control and other parts in direct sunlight or near a hot object such as heater, etc.
• Do not put the monitor in a place where the temperature is widely changing.
Remove the power cord for complete separation.
• For safety purposes, disconnect the power cord if the monitor is not to be used for prolonged periods of time.
• Before cleaning, turn off and unplug the monitor. Neglect could result in fire or electrical shock.
Disconnect the
plug from the
power outlet.
PRECAUTIONS
• Installation environment
Do not obstruct a ventilation hole.
Do not put the monitor on carpet or blanket, or near a curtain which has a possibility of obstructing a ventilation hole of the monitor.
Do not put the monitor in the following places.
• Hot places such as near heater, place exposed to the direct rays of the sun.
• A place where the temperature is widely changing.
• Places with soot, dust or high humidity.
• Poor air ventilation place.
• Place near fire.
• A wet place such as bathroom, or shower room.
• Place where you can trip over it.
• Always vibrating or strongly vibrating places.
• Distorted or unstable places.
• How to view the monitor
If you use the monitor in too dark a room, your eyes may become tired.
Please use it in a reasonably bright room.
Avoid direct rays of the sun to the screen in order to prevent eye fatigue.
Your eyes will get fatigued after viewing the monitor for long period of time.
Relax your eyes by viewing away from the monitor from time to time.
Please watch the monitor in downward direction.
• Note on image retention
The plasma monitor illuminates phosphor to display images. The phosphor has a finite illumination life. After extended periods of illumination, the
brightness of the phosphor will be degraded to such extent that stationary images would burn-in that part of the screen as grayed-out images.
Tips to prevent such image retention are:
- Do not display images having sharp brightness differences or high-contrast images, such as monochrome characters and graphic patterns,
for long.
- Do not leave stationary images appearing for long, but try to refresh them at appropriate intervals of time, or try to move them using screen
saver function.
- Turn down the contrast and brightness controls.
• How to clean the plasma screen panel of the monitor
Before cleaning the monitor, turn off the monitor and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet.
To prevent scratching or damaging the plasma screen face, do not knock or rub the surface with sharp or hard objects. Clean the screen with
a soft cloth moistened with warm water and dry with a soft cloth. If it is not enough, then use a cloth with mild detergent. Do not use harsh or
abrasive cleaners.
• How to clean the cabinet of the monitor
Use a soft cloth to clean the cabinet and control panel of the monitor. When excessively soiled dilute a neutral detergent in water, wet and
wring out the soft cloth and afterward wipe with a dry soft cloth.
Never use acid/alkaline detergent, alcoholic detergent, abrasive cleaner, powder soap, OA cleaner, car wax, glass cleaner, etc. especially
because they would cause discoloration, scratches or cracks.
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• Prevention of an obstacle to Radio receivers
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This monitor has been designed pursuant to the international EMI standards. This is to prevent a problem to Radio receivers.
- Keep the monitor away from Radio.
- Adjust Radio antennas in order for the monitor not to receive interference.
- The antenna cable of Radio should be kept away from the monitor.
- Use a coaxial cable for antenna.
You can check if this monitor influences Radio receivers by turning off all other equipment other than the monitor.
If you find a problem receiving Radio when using the monitor, check the instructions mentioned above.
• Precautions for the cable connection
- Do ensure that all connections, (including the power plug, extension leads and interconnections between the pieces of equipment), are
properly made and in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Switch off and withdraw the power plug before making or changing
connections.
- Confirm the connector is fixed tightly when the signal cable is connected.
Also confirm the screws on the connector are tightened.
- Plug the power cord of the monitor into a different socket from that for other equipment, such as Radio etc..
- Use a plug with ground terminal and make sure that it connects to the ground.
• Precaution during transportation
Please pay attention when you transport this monitor because it is heavy.
Furthermore, use the original carton box and its packaging materials when the monitor is transported.
Failure to transport the monitor in any carton except the original carton may result in damage to the monitor.
Save the original carton box and all packing material.
Do not physically impact the remote control.
A physical impact could cause damage or malfunction of the remote control.
• Take care not to drop the remote control.
• Do not place heavy objects on the remote control.
Avoid strong rays.
Any strong rays (such as direct sun rays or room lighting) onto the remote control sensors could invalidate the remote control.
Avoid radio interference.
Any interfering radiation could cause distorted images or noises.
• Avoid radio generator such as a mobile telephone, transceiver, etc. around the monitor.
Set the sound volume at a suitable level.
It is better to keep the volume level low and close the windows at night to protect the neighborhood environment.
• Precautions for the installation
- Do not use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws - to ensure complete safety, always fit the manufacturers approved stand
or legs with the fixings provided according to the instructions.
- Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
- This product is designed to comply with the recommended safety standards for tilt and stability. Do not apply excessive pulling force to the
front, or top, of the cabinet that could cause the product to overturn resulting in product damage and/or personal injury.
- Follow instructions for wall, shelf or ceiling mounting as recommended by the manufacturer.
- Only use the attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
- Consult your dealer if you are in any doubt about installation, operation or safety of your equipment.
• Other precautions
- Do not leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is designed for unattended operation or has a
stand-by mode. Switch off using the switch on the equipment and show your family how to do this. Make special arrangements for infirm or
handicapped people.
- Disposal of this product may require specific instructions pertaining to your resident region.
- Never guess or take any chances with electrical equipment of any kind - it is better to be safe than sorry!
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COMPONENT NAMES
Front
Main Unit
Cabinet
(front frame)
Panel
Control panel
• Adjustment buttons are located
on the bottom.
• The back cover is provided with
indications to distinguish the
adjustment buttons.
Remote-control
receiver
9
Indicating lamp 14
MENU button 17
Main power switch 14
▼
▼
• The main power switch is located at the back, on the
lower surface.
INPUT SELECT button
VOLUME
(OK button)
UP/DOWN
PROGRAM UP button
buttons 15
( SELECT button)
(
ADJUST PROGRAM DOWN button
buttons)
( SELECT button)
SUB-POWER button 14
15
• ( ) indicates the function while the MENU is displayed on the screen.
Caution when moving the main unit
• As this product is heavy, whenever it is moved, two
people are required to transport it safely.
• Whenever the unit is moved it should be lifted forwards
using the two handgrips at the back, and the unit should
then be held at the base on both sides for stability.
Handgrips
Rear
Handgrips
Handgrips
External
speaker
terminals
External
speaker
terminals
12
12
External device connection terminals
RGB input terminals 12
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COMPONENT NAMES (continued)
Remote
POWER OFF button 13
POWER ON / OFF button
PICTURE
button13
POWERMODE
ON button
RECALL button
INPUT SELECT
button14
MUTE button
MENU button
AUDIO MODE button
13 POWER ON/OFF button
PinP button 34
SURROUND button
CH I / II button
MULTI PICTURE (PinP) button
14 VOLUME UP/DOWN buttons
Buttons for MULTI PICTURE mode
RETURN button
SELECT / ADJUST buttons (
15 SIZE button
VOLUME UP / DOWN buttons
D/N
i+
I / II
A/B
MENU
RGB/VIDEO buttons 14
PROGRAM UP / DOWN buttons
RGB 1
P+
MUTE
RGB 2
-
VOL
2-4-12
VOL
+
OK
AV1
AV2
AV3
DV D
AUTO
PinP
SIZE
AV4
P-
AUTO button 16
OK button
DVD CONTROL buttons
MENU button 16
ENGLISH
Remote control
)
15 RECALL button
MUTE button
RECALL
FREEZE
FREEZE button
MENU
ZOOM
16
ZOOM
button
RETURN
button
OK
OK button 16
PROGRAM SELECT buttons
ID button 16
PROGRAM UP / DOWN buttons
ID
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
16 ID SET button
0
AV1
Loading Batteries
16 SELECT/ADJUST buttons
ID SET
TIME button
1. Open the battery cover.
• Slide back and remove the battery
cover in the direction of the arrow.
Loading Batteries
1. Open the battery cover.
• Slide back and remove the battery
cover in the direction of the arrow.
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
RGB / VIDEO buttons
Handling the Remote Control
Use the remote control within about 5 m from front of the unit’s
remote-control sensor and within 30 degrees on both sides.
Handling the Remote Control
Use the remote control within about 5 m from front of the unit’s
remote-control sensor and within 30 degrees on both sides.
2. Load batteries.
• Load two Size AA batteries included
observing the correct polarities.
2. Load batteries.
• Load two Size AA batteries included
observing the correct polarities.
With in 30
degrees
With in 30
degrees
About
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With in 30
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VOL
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theofbattery
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direction
the arrow
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AV3
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MENU
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-
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AV1
AUTO
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OK
OK
PDVD
ID
ID SET
FREEZE
ZOOM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
ATTENTION
CAUTION
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• WhenCAUTION
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or stains.
• Do not drop or impact the remote control.
• Do not splash the remote control with water or put it on a wet
object to avoid possible failures.
• Before leaving the remote control out of use for an extended
period of time, remove the batteries from it.
ATTENTION
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• If the remote control begins to lack responsiveness, replace the
batteries.
• Strong light such as direct sunlight impinging on the
photoreceptor of the remote control can cause operational
failure. Position this unit to avoid direct contact with such light.
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COMPONENT NAMES (continued)
Remote control (continued)
PICTURE MODE
AUDIO MODE
You may recall the picture mode by
pressing this button. Each time pressed,
picture mode is changed in following
sequence.
You may recall the sound mode by pressing
this button. Each time pressed, sound mode
is changed in following sequence.
Dynamic
Natural
D/N
Movie
Music
Favourite
Speech
MATRIX SURROUND
INPUT SELECT
i+
Press this button to change input
mode.
Press this button to set Matrix
Surround On or Off.
I / II
MULTI PICTURE
RECALL
A/B
MENU
You can see the input mode status on
the screen by pressing this button.
2-4-12
P+
-
Press this button to change the
screen to multi-pictures. Press it
again to return to normal picture.
CH I/II
+
OK
This button is for A2 / NICAM
models only.
MULTI MODE
P-
In multi-picture mode, pressing this
button will change the multi-picture
mode.
DV D
MUTE
DVD CONTROL
FREEZE
You can use these buttons to operate
the selected brand of DVD player.
Press this button to turn off the set
sound. When press again or the _
volume up button will restore the sound.
ZOOM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PROGRAM SELECT
Press these buttons to select a TV
program directly.
FREEZE
Press this button to change the
picture to freeze mode. Press it again
to return to normal picture.
ZOOM
Press this button can change Picture size.
0
AV1
TIME
Pressing this button can indicate the
time by On-Screen display when
receiving a TV program on the screen
including TELETEXT service with the
time information.
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AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Installation
• Refer to the installation instructions concerning mounting of the Desk-top Stand.
The instruction manual is included with the Desk-top Stand.
The Desk-top Stand has been used for the illustrations in this manual.
Monitor
Desk-top
stand
WARNING
Use one of the special mount units to install this product. A mount of insufficient strength or inadequate design can cause overturning or
dropping and result in fire, electrical shock or injury. Please note that our company assumes absolutely no responsibility for personal injuries
or property damage caused by use of other mount units or improper installation.
10cm (4 inches) or more*
CAUTION
• Installation of the wall mount unit and ceiling mount unit can be dangerous, so do not attempt this work
yourself. Ask your dealer to provide the name of a qualified installer.
• In order to prevent an internal temperature increase, maintain a space of 10cm (4 inches : For a desktop setup) or more between the sides and other objects such as walls, etc., so that the ventilation holes are not
blocked.(✻)
Clamp
Cord
or
chain
Anti-tumble measures
CAUTION
Have this unit mounted in a stable place. Take measures to prevent it from tumbling down to avoid possible physical injury.
Securing to a wall or pillar
Using a commercially available cord, chain and clamp, secure the set to a firm wall or pillar.
Hook
Chain
cord or chain
Wall or Pillar
clamp
Securing desktop
1) Using wood screws (two), fasten the set to the clamping screw holes on the rear of the stand as shown.
2) Using commercially available wood screws, secure the set firmly in position.
Wood screw
Two places
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Read SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (
proceeding to these steps:
4
to
7
) carefully to ensure maximum safety before
• Choose an appropriate site and install the product on a level table where the stand is secure.
• Install the monitor to have ready access to a power socket available.
• Make sure that the power switch of this device is turned off.
Connecting to a PC
(1) Make sure that the display signal of the personal computer to be used is compatible with the specifications of this
device.
• See "Product Specifications" concerning the specifications of this device. 49
~
52
(2) Make sure that the power switch of the personal computer is turned off.
(3) Connect the signal input terminal (RGB 1 or RGB 2) on the rear panel of this device to the display signal output
terminal of the personal computer.
• Use a cable that fits the input terminal of this device and the output terminal of the personal computer.
• Depending on the type of personal computer being connected, the use of an optional conversion adapter or the adapter provided with
the personal computer may be necessary in some cases. For details, refer to the instruction manual of the personal computer or ask the
personal computer manufacturer or your local retail dealer.
Monitor rear panel
Speaker (R)
Speaker (L)
Power cable
connector
Power
cord
(DVI)
(D-sub)
3.5mm
Stereo
mini jack
To signal
output
terminal
To signal
output
terminal
To audio
output
terminal
PC
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
Refer to the installation instructions concerning mounting of the speaker unit.
The instruction manual is included with the Speaker Unit.
ENGLISH
Mounting the Speaker Unit
Speakers
Power Cord Connection
Connect the power cord, after completing all other connections.
①
➁
① Connect the power cord to this device.
➁ Connect the power cord plug to the power outlet.
(The type of plug is different from this drawing for some countries.)
CAUTION
• Use only the power cord provided.
• Do not use a power supply voltage other than that indicated (AC100-240V, 50/60Hz) as this may cause fire or electric shock.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Turning Power On and Off
• To turn the monitor power ON, press the main power
Indicating lamp
Main power switch
switch on the monitor main unit to ON, and then press
the SUB POWER button or the ON/OFF or ON button on
the remote control.
• To turn the monitor power OFF, press the SUB POWER
button or the ON/OFF or OFF button on the remote
control, and then press the main power switch on the
monitor main unit to OFF.
• During normal use, the main power switch is set in the ON
position, and the monitor can then be turned ON/OFF using the
SUB POWER button or the ON/OFF button on the remote control.
Indicating lamp
Indicating
lamp
Power status
Operating
Off
Off
When the main power switch is set
to OFF.
Lights red
Off
(standby)
When the main power switch is
ON, and the OFF button on the
remote control or the SUB POWER
button on the underside of the
front of the frame is OFF.
On
When the main power switch is
ON, and the ON button on the
remote control or the SUB POWER
button on the underside of the
front of the frame is ON.
Off
(Power Save)
When the main power switch is
ON, and the ON button on the
remote control or the SUB POWER
button on the underside of the
front of the frame is ON.
However, the state in POWER
SAVE mode
Lights green
Lights orange
SUB-POWER button
POWER ON/OFF
button
When the indicating lamp lights in orange or the message “No Sync.
Signal”, “Power Save” or “Invalid Scan Freq.” appears on the
screen, there is something unusual about the status of reception.
See “Power Save Mode” or “Symptoms That Seemingly Appear to be
Failures.” 23
25
D/N
i+
I / II
A/B
MENU
2-4-12
P+
-
+
OK
PDV D
FREEZE
ZOOM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
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ATTENTION
• Avoid repeatedly turning the monitor on and off at short time
intervals. Failures might result from such operation.
• Turn off the main power switch before leaving the monitor out of
use for an extended period of time.
• If a power failure occurs while the main unit is running, it would
be powered on upon recovery from the failure. Turn off the unit
main power switch before leaving the main unit.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
ENGLISH
Volume Adjustment
The volume can be adjusted by pressing the VOL+ and
VOL- buttons of the remote control (or the ▲ and ▼
volume buttons of the monitor unit).
Volume setting value
▼
▼
Volume 15
VOLUME UP/DOWN
buttons
INPUT SELECT button
Adjustment status guide display
• When a button is pressed, the volume adjustment
status guide will be displayed.
D/N
i+
• The volume will increase when the VOL+ (or ▲) button is
pressed while the guide is being displayed.
• The volume will decrease when the VOL- (or ▼) button is
pressed while the guide is being displayed.
I / II
A/B
MENU
2-4-12
P+
-
VOLUME
UP/DOWN buttons
+
OK
P-
Audio Mute
DV D
MUTE button
FREEZE
The audio volume can be temporarily mute by pressing
the MUTE button of the remote control.
ZOOM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Volume setting value
0
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
Volume 15
RGB buttons
Adjustment status guide display
(The display colour will change to magenta.)
• When a button is pressed, the volume adjustment
status guide (magenta) will be displayed.
Input Switching
• Input can be switched by pressing the AV1, AV2, AV3,
AV4, RGB1 or RGB2 buttons of the remote control. And
the way to return to a TV channel is as follows:
• Pressing INPUT SELECT button at RGB2 input screen.
• Pressing some PROGRAM SELECT buttons and select a TV
channel.
• Pressing PROGRAM UP/DOWN buttons at the screen without
OSD(On-screen display).
• The volume setting can be lowered by pressing the VOL- button
while the audio is mute.
• The muting can be cancelled by pressing the VOL+ button or
MUTE button while the audio is mute.
When the MUTE button of the remote control is pressed
again, the audio will be restored and the volume display
(green) will appear.
• Input can be switched in the sequence of TV ➔ AV1 ➔
AV2 ➔ AV3 ➔ AV4 ➔ RGB1 ➔ RGB2 by pressing the
INPUT SELECT button of the monitor or the remote
control.
TV
RGB2
AV1
AV2
RGB1
AV3
AV4
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D/N
RECALL button
i+
I / II
A/B
MENU
2-4-12
P+
-
+
OK
PDV D
FREEZE
ZOOM
ZOOM button
Size Switching
Each time the ZOOM button of the remote control is pressed, the screen display area will change in sequence and the
status will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Normal
Real*
Full
Zoom3
Zoom1
Zoom2
* Real mode gives the image of the same shape as it is displayed on a computer monitor.
This mode is only available for VGA (640 X 480) and WVGA (864 X 480).
Display area selection diagram (RGB input)
Resolution
Full display
Display
Full
Circular display
Normal
Real
Zoom1
Zoom2
Zoom3
640 X 480
(VGA)
800 X 600
(SVGA)
1024 X 768
(XGA)
1280 X 1024
(SXGA)
1600 X 1200
(UXGA)
* VGA and W-VGA
only
Processes such as compression (thinning) and expansion are performed for the above signal display. Because of this, there is a possibility that
flicker may become noticeable on Zoom (1 ~ 3) depending on the display contents. If this occurs, turning the Vertical Filter On 21 can reduce
the flicker.
Input Signal Screen Display
The input signal status can be displayed on the screen by pressing the RECALL button of the remote control or the monitor.
• The display will go out in approximately 6 seconds.
RGB
RGB2
RGB
H : 48.4kHz
V : 60.1 Hz
Off-timer
On-timer
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OFF
-- -- Min.
-- -- : -- --
Input mode
Signal mode
Input horizontal frequency
Input vertical frequency
Using the Menu Screen
(On-screen display system)
D/N
i+
I / II
A/B
MENU
MENU button
RETURN button
2-4-12
P+
-
+
OK
P-
OK button
SELECT/ADJUST
buttons
DV D
FREEZE
When the MENU button is pressed, the adjustment menu
screen will be displayed; from there, PC signal adjustment
and setting is possible by using the SELECT button,
ADJUST button and OK button.
• Refer to 18
settings.
-
22
concerning the adjustment items and the
Example: Selecting the Picture screen
ZOOM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1. Press the MENU button to display the Main Menu
screen.
MENU
0
Automatic Adjustment of
Screen Position and the Clock
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
Adjustment of the screen to a position suitable for the PC
signal and the clock adjustment can be performed
automatically by pressing the AUTO button of the remote
control.
CAUTION
2. Press the OK button to display the Picture Menu
screen. (Use the
and
SELECT buttons to select
other items.)
Picture
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Hue
Picture Enhancement
Colour Temperature
Colour Temp.Adjust
Reset
Select
Return
OK
Perform this adjustment for each input (RGB1 or RGB2) and for
each signal.
* Depending on the signal, satisfactory adjustment may not be
possible in some cases. In such case, adjust by referring to the
Setup Menu item.
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
:
:
:
:
:
:
+ 31
– 31
0
+ 31
Off
Normal
Reset
Exit
3. Use the
and
SELECT buttons to select the item to
be adjusted and then use the
and
ADJUST
buttons to adjust (example: Contrast).
Independent Operation of
Multiple Monitors (ID No)
P+
OK
Setting the ID No. of the remote control allows separate
control of up to a maximum of seven monitors.
Remote control ID No. 2 (initially ID no. 1) can be set by
pressing the ID SET button for 2 sec. or more while
holding down the ID button. The number will be
incremented (2•••6➔7➔1➔2) when this button pressed
continuously.
The remote control ID no. can be
checked by pressing the ID SET button
while holding down the ID button.
ID Number
Monitor
[1]
R/C
[1]
P-
Contrast
Next / Prev
+ 31
Adjust
Return
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
• If there is no operation for a period of one minute, the
Adjustment Menu screen will be closed automatically.
Monitor ID no.
Remote control ID no.
The ID remote control is operated by pressing the
various buttons while holding down the ID button;
Operation is possible only when the remote control and
monitor ID nos. are the same.
• The remote control can be operated normally by pressing the
various remote control buttons without holding down the ID button.
• Set the monitor using the ID No. of Function MENU. 19
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
PICTURE MENU
MENU
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
Picture
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Hue
Picture Enhancement
Colour Temperature
Colour Temp.Adjust
Reset
Select OK Set
OK
Picture
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Hue
Picture Enhancement
Colour Temperature
Colour Temp.Adjust
Reset
Select OK Set
Picture
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Hue
Picture Enhancement
Colour Temperature
Colour Temp.Adjust
Reset
Select
OK Set
+ 31
– 31
0
+ 31
Off
Normal
OK
Contrast
Next / Prev
Reset
Return
:
:
:
:
:
:
+ 31
– 31
0
+ 31
Off
Normal
Reset
Return
:
:
:
:
:
:
+ 31
– 31
0
+ 31
Off
Normal
+ 31
Adjust
Return
Colour Temperature
Next / Prev
Select
Normal
Return
OK
OK
Reset
Return
▼
▼
Selected characters
:
:
:
:
:
:
Picture
Colour Temp. Adjust
Amplitude
Red
– 63
Green
0
Blue
– 31
Cut Off
Red
+ 31
Green
0
Blue
+ 31
Reset
Select
On/Off
On
Reset
Return
Setup hint
Adjust for maximum visibility to suit the ambient brightness.
This can adjust further till [+40] by pressing and holding
cursor
button at [+31]. The colour for [+32] to [+40] numbers will change
from white to magenta. This special mode is better for dark scenes.
For brighter scene some parts of the picture might not be clear. We
recommend to set at [+31].
"Panel Life" in the Function Menu should be set to Normal when
Contrast setting is adjusted.
Contrast
Narrows the gap between
brightness and darkness.
Broadens the gap between
brightness and darkness.
Brightness
Black is subdued for
increased overall darkness.
Black is set off for increased
overall brightness.
Adjust to taste.
Colour
Darkens colours.
Lightens colours.
Adjust to taste.
Hue
Enhances red and weakens
green.
This is not available to adjust when receiving PAL/SECAM signal.
Enhances green and weakens
In this case the character will be grayed out.
red.
Adjust for most realistic skin colour.
Off
Picture Enhancement
Colour Temperature
Cool
Low
Normal
Amplitude
Reset
High
Black / White
On
Red
Brighter scene is decreased in Brighter scene is increased in
reddish colour.
reddish colour.
Green
Brighter scene is decreased in Brighter scene is increased in
greenish colour.
greenish colour.
Blue
Cut Off
Warm
Off
Colour Temp. Adjustment
Middle
Red
Sets the clarity of small details to the desired level.
Normally set to Normal.
Turn On when you wish to change colour temperature depending on
the user’s preference.
Brighter scene is decreased in Brighter scene is increased in
Adjust colour temperature depending on the user’s preference. These
bluish colour.
bluish colour.
settings are independently stored in each of the 4 Colour Temperature
Dark scene is decreased in
Dark scene is increased in
modes.
reddish colour.
reddish colour.
Green
Dark scene is decreased in
greenish colour.
Dark scene is increased in
greenish colour.
Blue
Dark scene is decreased in
bluish colour.
Dark scene is increased in
bluish colour.
(off the function)
(waiting to reset)
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The original factory settings for the items of this Menu page can be
restored by pressing the OK button.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
MENU
OK
Movie
Audio Mode
▼
▼
Selected characters
Audio
Audio Mode
Treble
Bass
Balance
SRS TruBass
Matrix Surround
Perfect Volume
Reset
Select
Set
Music
Speech
Favourite
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Movie
+ 10
– 10
0L
Middle
Off
Off
Reset
Return
ENGLISH
AUDIO MENU
R
Setup hint
Movie: This selects the audio suitable for Movie.
Music: This selects the audio suitable for Music.
Speech: This selects the audio suitable for News, Talk show etc.
Favourite: This mode should be adjusted depending on user’s
preference.
Treble
Suppresses treble.
Enhances treble.
Adjust to taste.
Bass
Suppresses bass.
Enhances bass.
Adjust to taste.
Balance
Suppresses right-side sound.
Suppresses left-side sound.
Adjust to taste.
Middle
SRS TruBass takes advance of the ability of the human ear to be able
to distinguish between two different tones. By using this ability,
TruBass gives enhanced bass sound that otherwise would not be
heard. Adjust it depending on the user’s preference.
Off
SRS TruBass
Low
High
Matrix Surround
Off
On
This features the spacious sound effects of a stadium.
Perfect Volume
Off
On
This will automatically adjust volume so each channel and input has
the same average volume level.
Reset
(off the function)
(waiting to reset)
The original factory settings for the items of this Menu page can be
restored by pressing the OK button.
TIMER MENU
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
Off Timer
On Timer
▼
Selected characters
▼
MENU
OK
--Min.
30Min.
60Min.
120Min.
90Min.
--(:--)
hours
(- - : )- minutes
Timer
Off Timer
On Timer
Select
Adjust
:
30Min.
: --:-Return
Setup hint
This function automatically sets the power to standby status when the
indicated time period has elapsed.
This automatically sets the power from standby to ON when the
indicated time period has elapsed. The settable time is 00:00~11:59.
Input the required time by
SELECT buttons on the remote
control.
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FUNCTION MENU
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
MENU
Screen Saver
Screen Wipe
Off
60Min.
▼
▼
Selected characters
OK
5Min.
40Min.
On
60Min.
Black
Black Side
Side Panel
Panel
Off
On
Video Power
Power Save
Save
Video
Off
Off
On
On
Freeze Mode
Freeze Mode
Default Zoom
Default Zoom
Reset
Reset
Panel Life
Panel Life
10Min.
20Min.
Normal
Normal
Mode Display
Display
Mode
(waiting to reset)
Extend 1
Extend 1
This is used to reduce
reduce the
the panel
panel image
imageretention
retentionthat
thatcan
canoccur
occurwith
with
stationary pictures
pictures by
by the
the white
white field
fieldsignal.
signal.Select
SelectOn
On(continuous
(continuous
operation)
operation) or
or 60
60 Min.
Min. (time
(time limit
limit operation)
operation) and
and press
pressthe
theOK
OKbutton.
button.
Press the MENU or RETURN
RETURNbutton
button on
on the
the remote
remote control
control to
to return
return to
to
normal viewing.
viewing.
Extend 2
Extend 2
This is is
used
to reduce
power consumption
for video input when
there is input
no videowhen
signal.there
Setting
This
used
to reduce
power consumption
for video
it On
leads the
monitorSetting
to the standby
thethe
AV input
with notosignal
selected.
is
nowillvideo
signal.
it Onmode
will when
leads
monitor
the isstandby
mode
when the
inputcondition
with no signal
selected.
This selects
the AV
display
of theisFREEZE
mode between
Split selects
(2 pictures)
and Strobe
(12 pictures).
This
the display
condition
of the FREEZE mode between
This selects
the screen
display
that appears
first when the
Split
(2 pictures)
and Strobe
(12size
pictures)
.
power
turnedthe
on.screen display size that appears first when the
This
selects
The original
settings
power
turnedfactory
on. (AV4
only) for the items of this Menu page can be
restored
by pressing
the OKfor
button.
The
original
factory settings
the items of this Menu page can be
restored
by
pressing
the
OK
button.
This function is to suppress the contrast of the screen regardless of
the Contrast
in the Picture
Menu.ofBythe
this
control,
power of
This
function setting
is to suppress
the contrast
screen
regardless
consumption
can beinreduced
or degradation
of control,
a panel power
can be
the
Contrast setting
the Picture
Menu. By this
order
of poweror
consumption
< Extend
mitigated. Thecan
consumption
be reduced
degradationisofExtend
a panel2 can
be 1 <
Normal. The order of power consumption is Extend 2 < Extend 1 <
mitigated.
If the Contrast setting is changed when this item is set to Extend 1 or
Normal.
it will
be changed
automatically.
If2,the
Contrast
settingtoisNormal
changed
when this item is set to Extend 1 or
2, it will be changed to Normal automatically.
Not Available (grayed out)
Standby White
Inverse
Gamma
Not Available (grayed out)
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Normal
Off
1
On 60Min.
Off
2.2
Reset
Return
This moves the picture
picture around
around the
the screen
screen in
in small
small amounts,
amounts, at
at set
set
intervals, to reduce
e
reduce the
the panel
panel image
imageretention.
retention.This
This isis wher
where
stationary objects,
e
objects, such
such as
as screen
screenlogos,
logos,leave
leaveaaslight
slightimage
imagevisibl
visible
after they should
should have
have disappeared.
disappeared.
Not Available (grayed out)
Gamma
Function
Panel Life
Mode Display
ID Number
Inverse
Standby White
Gamma
Reset
Select
Set
Setup hint
ID Number
ID Number
Inverse
Standby White
Off
On 60Min.
Off
Off
Split
Panoramic
Reset
Return
This turns the gray sidebars
sidebars On/Off
On/Off when
when watching
watchingnormal
normalmode
mode
screen
screen size
size area.
area. ItIt is
is always
always set
set to
to Off
Off when
when the
the monitor
monitor powered
powered
On. It is recommended
recommended to
to set
set to
to Off
Off to
to reduce
reducethe
thepanel
panelimage
image
retention.
Split
Strobe
Split
Strobe
Panoramic
4:3
14:9 Zoom4:3
Panoramic
14:9 Zoom
(off the function)
(waiting to reset)
(off the function)
Function
Screen Saver
Screen Wipe
Black Side Panel
Video Power Save
Freeze Mode
Default Zoom
Reset
Select
Set
Not Available (grayed out)
Not Available (grayed out)
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
MENU
Setup
Auto Adjust
Horizontal Position
Vertical Position
Horizontal Clock
Clock Phase
Reset
Select
Return
OK
Adjust
0
+ 31
– 20
10
Reset
Exit
ENGLISH
SETUP MENU
OK
Horizontal Position
Next / Prev
Adjust
Setup
Auto Adjust
Horizontal Position
Vertical Position
Horizontal Clock
Clock Phase
Reset
Select
Return
Adjust
0
+ 31
– 20
10
Reset
Exit
Auto Adjust*
Horizontal Position
Horizontal Position
Vertical Position
Vertical Position
Horizontal Clock
Horizontal Clock
Clock Phase
Clock Phase
Reset
Reset
Input
Level
▼ ▼
Selected
characters
Auto Adjust*
▼ ▼
Selected characters
(Menu)
(Menu)
Moves the horizontal position
to left.
Moves the horizontal position
to left.
Moves down the vertical
position.
Moves up the vertical position.
Return
0.7V
Off
Off
Off
On
Movie
DVI-PC
RGB
Return
Setup hint
Horizontal Position, Vertical Position,
Horizontal Clock and Clock
Setup hint
Phase are adjusted automatically.
Horizontal Position, Vertical Position, Horizontal Clock and Clock
Adjust
the left-side
position.
Phase are
adjusteddisplay
automatically.
(This function is only for RGB2. It’s not available (grayed out) for
RGB1.)
Adjust the left-side display position.
(This function is only for RGB2. It’s not available (grayed out) for
RGB1.)the vertical display position.
Adjust
(This function is only for RGB2. It’s not available (grayed out) for
RGB1.)
Adjust the vertical display position.
(This function is only for RGB2. It’s not available (grayed out) for
RGB1.)
Adjust for maximum character clarity.
(This function is only for RGB2. It’s not available (grayed out) for
RGB1.)
Adjust for maximum character clarity.
(This function is only for RGB2. It’s not available (grayed out) for
RGB1.)
Adjust for clear character visibility.
(This function is only for RGB2. It’s not available (grayed out) for
RGB1.)
Adjust for clear character visibility.
(This function is only for RGB2. It’s not available (grayed out) for
The
original factory settings for the items of this Menu page can be
RGB1.)
restored by pressing the OK button. (This is effective only for RGB2.)
Increases the dot clock
frequency (expands the right
side).
Increases the dot clock
frequency (expands the right
side).
Slows the dot clock phase
(shifts slightly to left).
Advances the dot clock phase
(shifts slightly to right).
Slows the dot clock phase
(shifts slightly to left).
Advances the dot clock phase
(shifts slightly to right).
(off the function)
(waiting to reset)
(off the function) 0.7V
(waiting 1.0V
to reset)
The original
settings
items
of this Menu
can be set
Normally
setfactory
to 0.7 V.
If whiteforisthe
found
to spread
acrosspage
the screen,
restored
by pressing
the OK
(This is effective only for RGB2.)
to
1.0 V. (This
is effective
onlybutton.
for RGB2.)
On 1.0V
Normally
If white is
found to spread
across
the screen,
Set
this toset
Offtoif 0.7
the V.
frequency
information
of the Input
Signal
Screenset
to 1.0 V.is(This
is effective only for RGB2.)
Display
not required.
On
On
This
is only
available
for W-VGA
signal. of the Input Signal Screen
Set this
to Off
if the frequency
information
When
set required.
to On, the display area modecan be selected Full or
Displayit is not
Real.
This is only available for W-VGA signal.
Whenisitonly
is set
to On, the
display
area signal.The
modecan be
selected
or is
This
available
for (PC)
WXGA
display
areaFull
mode
Real.
selected
[1280x768] or [1366x768].
0.7V Off
Frequency
Display
WVGA Type
Off
Off
Moves up the vertical position.
Off
On 1366x768
1280x768
Off
Vertical Filter
Off
Frequency Mode
Movie
RGB1
RGB1
RGB2
RGB2
Moves the horizontal position
to right.
10
Adjust
Moves down the vertical
position.
Reduces the dot clock
frequency (shrinks the right
side).
Reduces the dot clock
frequency (shrinks the right
side).
Input Level
Frequency
Display
WVGA Type
WXGA Mode
Adjust
Pressing the OK button here,
Automatic regulation is started.
Adjust
Moves
the
Pressing
thehorizontal
OK buttonposition
here,
to
right.
Automatic regulation is started.
Return
OK
Clock Phase
Next / Prev
Setup
Input Level
Frequency Display
WVGA Type
WXGA Mode
Vertical Filter
Frequency Mode
RGB1
RGB2
Select
Set
0
DVI-PC
DVI-PC
RGB
RGB
On
PC
DVI-STB
DVI-STB
Component
Component
Turn On when concerned about screen flicker.
Set to Movie when viewing moving images on a personal computer.
This should
to the
the signal
signal mode
mode of
of the
the signal
signal from
from the
the
This
should correspond
correspond to
equipment that
that is
is connected
connected to
to RGB1
RGB1 DVI
DVI terminal
terminal.
equipment
.
This should correspond to the signal mode of the signal from the
This
shouldthat
correspond
to the
signalD-sub
modeterminal.
of the signal from the
equipment
is connected
to RGB2
equipment that is connected to RGB2 D-sub terminal.
* Depending on the type of signal displayed, displays may not be optimized through automatic adjustment. Adjust manually to optimize them.
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LANGUAGE MENU
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
MENU
Language
English
Français
Deutsch
Español
Italiano
Norsk
Svenska
OK
Select
Return
Exit
Select a language by ▼ ▲ SELECT buttons and press the OK button.
OTHER FEATURES
Automatic Store
Approximately 1 sec. after adjustment is completed, the adjustments will be recorded as shown in the table below.
Menu
Picture
Display
Registration condition
For every input function, 1 setting
is registered.
Menu
Function
Registration condition
Screen Saver
registered.
1 setting is registered.
Screen Wipe
registered)
(not registered)
Colour
Black Side Panel
Hue
Panel Life
Panel
registered)
(not registered)
1 setting is registered.
registered.
Picture Enhancement
Mode Display
Colour temperature
ID Number
Contrast
Brightness
Inverse
Colour Temp. Adjust
R Amplitude For every Colour Temperature, 1
setting is registered.
G Amplitude
Standby White
Gamma
Setup
B Amplitude
Vertical Position
G Cut Off
(not registered)
registered)
For every
every signal
signal Mode,
Mode, 1 setting is
For
registered. (Only for RGB2)
Horizontal Clock
Clock
Horizontal
B Cut Off
Clock Phase
Audio Mode
1 setting is registered.
Treble
Bass
For every Audio Mode, 1 setting is
registered.
Balance
1 setting is registered.
Input Level
For every Audio Mode, 1 setting is
registered.
Perfect Volume
registered.
1 setting is registered.
Frequency Display
WVGA Type
Type
WVGA
WXGA Mode
Vertical
Filter
SRS TruBass
Matrix Surround
Auto Adjust
Horizontal Position
R Cut Off
Audio
Display
Frequency
Mode
Vertical Filter
Language
Language
Frequency Mode
1 setting is registered.
1 setting is registered.
• The previously recorded items will be lost.
• The signal mode can be identified by the horizontal/vertical sync
frequency and the sync signal polarity. Different signals with which
all the elements are the same or similar will be handled as the
same signal.
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OTHER FEATURES (continued)
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Signal Check
Changes in the signal status are displayed on the screen as they arise.
Status
Display
When Mode Display is set to ON,
the input signal is switched or
when the RECALL button is
pressed.
RGB
Action
A guide is displayed for the input
terminal and the horizontal and
vertical sync frequency.
RGB2
RGB
H : 48.4kHz
V : 60.1 Hz
OFF
When the sync signal is no longer
detected.
When the input signal does not
match the monitor specifications
or is in an unstable status.
-- -- Min.
-- -- : -- --
• A guide displays No Sync.
Recheck the personal computer
Signal, and Power Save (for
power switch status and the
approx. 5 sec.)
connection status.
• When the condition continues
where the sync signal cannot be
detected, indicator lamp of
power source changes in
orange and the mode switches
to power save mode.
A guide displays Invalid Scan
Freq.
! No Sync. Signal
Recheck the input signal
specifications.
51
~
52
! Invalid Scan Freq.
Power Save Mode
When the RGB, RGB2 input is selected
• When this unit is connected to a VESA DPMS computer, the Power Save (Off) mode can be set to be activated automatically when the
computer is not being used to reduce power consumption by this unit.
RGB sync signal
Horizontal
Yes
No
Yes
No
Vertical
Yes
Yes
No
No
PC signal
Active (normal display)
Blank (no display)
Operation mode
On
Off
Indicating lamp
Lights green
Lights orange
Power consumption
310W
3W or less (RGB1)
1W or less (RGB2 ; 100V<AC<120V)
3W or less (RGB2 ; 120V<AC<240V)
Returning to operating status
• Operate the personal computer, or press either the INPUT SELECT button of the main unit or the RGB1/RGB2 buttons of the remote control.
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IMAGE RETENTION OF PLASMA DISPLAY
There are different characteristics that result in panel image retention depending on how the plasma display is used.
Situations and effective usage methods related to ghosting are provided below.
Image retention characteristics of a plasma display
The image retention phenomenon of a plasma panel occurs due to partial phosphor degradation arising from partial character and figure
display.
For example, when the character image as shown in Fig. A at the right is
continuously displayed for a long period of time, the only part of the phosphor
(Red,Green, Blue) that will degrade will be the colour of the applicable character
display portion. Consequently, when a white image is displayed on the entire
screen as shown in Fig. a, the character marks displayed up to that time will
become a colour difference visible to the eye, but the phosphor will never burn.
[Fig. A]
[Fig. a]
■The degree of image retention is proportional to the brightness of the characters and figures displayed as well as the display time.
• The tendency of the phosphor is to degrade more the brighter the characters
and figures are displayed. When images of figures with different levels of
brightness, as shown in Fig. B, are continuously displayed for a long period of
time, it becomes easier for image marks at locations when the brighter figures
are displayed to be noticeable.
[Fig. B]
[Fig. b]
✻ The image retention images in this document are exaggerated for the purpose of explanation. The actual manner in which the image retention
is seen differs depending on the operation time and brightness.
Methods to Reduce the Occurrence of Image Retention
• Lower the Contrast and Brightness settings of the plasma display as much as possible.
A function is provided in the display that controls the brightness of the screen to reduce degradation of the panel. Using this function makes it
possible to reduce image retention.
(Refer to Panel Life ( Extend 1.or Extend 2 ) shown on 20 )
• Set the plasma monitor to an “Screen Wipe” or “Inverse” display.
The occurrence of image retention when displaying images of identical patterns, such as static images, for long periods of time can be
reduced by displaying a reversed colour or completely white screen for about 1 ~ 2 hours after terminating the display.
(Settings can be made using Screen Wipe and Inverse of Function MENU shown on 20 )
• Using in combination with moving images
Since the degradation of the fluorescent material progresses comparatively uniform for moving images, the occurrence of partial image
retention can be controlled. We recommend to use in combination with moving images such as a DVD.
* Please be careful since image retention will occur if display is left in a two screen display state for a long period of time.
* Television broadcasts include images displayed for long periods of time in which the left and right or top and bottom of the image are cut and
broadcast station name or time are displayed for a long period of time at the same portion of the screen. Image retention in these portions can
be expected to occur, so please be aware.
NOTES
About screen defects
• High precision technology is used in the making of plasma panels but there may be dark spots (points that do not illuminate) and bright spots
(points that are too bright) in some cases. These do not indicate a malfunction.
About residual images
• In some cases, residual images may remain after the short-term display of still images and another image is displayed, but these will
disappear and return to normalcy. This is not a malfunction.
About the panel screen
• Plasma displays display images by means of electrical discharges inside the panel. Because of this, the temperature of the panel surface may
rise in some cases.Also, plasma displays are made of finely processed glass. A reinforced glass filter is installed over the panel surface but
avoid strong impact because there is still danger of glass breakage.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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Symptoms That Seemingly Appear to be Failures
Make the checks suggested below depending on the symptoms observed. If the symptoms remain uncorrected, contact your dealer.
WARNING
Customer servicing can be hazardous.
Symptom
Point to check
• No picture with the power-indicating lamp
off.
• Check the way the power cable is connected.
• Press the power switch.
See page
13
14
• The message “No Sync. Signal” or “Power
Save” is displayed.
! No Sync. Signal
• No picture with the power indicating lamp
lights in orange.
• The message “Invalid Scan Freq.” is
displayed.
! Invalid Scan Freq.
No sync signal is detected.
• Check the way the signal cable is connected.
• Make sure that the switch of the computer, imaging equipment ,
etc., is turned on.
• Make sure the computer is not in the power-save mode.
• Check to see if the input selection matches the connection
terminal.
An input signal is not received normally.
• Check to see if the input signal matches the monitor
specifications.
• Check the way the signal cable is connected.
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• The power indicating lamp is normally lit but
no picture .
• Check the contrast and brightness settings (adjust them for higher
contrast and brightness).
• Check the way the signal cable is connected.
• The display image appears flowing
slantwise.
• Text displayed across the screen appears
vertically streaked, with the characters in
vertical columns blurred.
• Adjust the dot clock frequency and phase. (Adjust the dot clock
frequency first, the dot clock phase next.)
(RGB input)
• Text displayed across the screen appears
blurred.
• A fine pattern flickers when displayed on the
screen.
• Adjust the dot clock phase for the clearest viewing.
(RGB input)
• The remote control does not work.
• Check to see if the batteries are loaded in the remote control in
opposite direction.
• Check to see if the batteries in the remote control are OK.
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Symptom
•• The temperature of the display panel surface is high.
Point to check
See page
•• The plasma display panel is lighting the phosphors by the
discharge
discharge of
of internal
internal radiation. In some cases, this may cause the
temperature of the panel surface
surface to
to increase.
increase. Please
Please note that this
is not a malfunction.
-
•• There are locations on the screen that are different from the
periphery (*).
*Points that do
do not light, points with brightness different
from that of the periphery, points with color
colourdifferent
differentfrom
from
that of the periphery, etc.
•• High-precision technology is used to manufacture the plasma
display panel,
panel, However
However in some cases, there are minor defects in
some parts of the screen.
screen. Please note that this is not a
malfunction.
•• Vertical stripes appear, depending
depending on the screen contents.
•• The plasma display panel is lighting the phosphors by the
discharge
discharge of
of internal radiation. Depending on the screen contents,
in rare cases this may cause vertical stripes to appear
appear because of
failure to light. Please note that this is not a malfunction.
•• Coarse horizontal stripes appear in FULL display.
-
-
•• Adjusting the Clock Phase will reduce the horizontal stripes.
(RGB input)
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•• Flickering in the form of horizontal
horizontal lines
lines oscillating
oscillating up and
down.
(PC INPUT MODE only)
•• If the direct frequency
frequency from the computer
computer is below
below 85Hz, try a
higher frequency (upper
(upper limit
limit 85Hz).
85Hz). There may be a slight
attenuation of the current image.
•• Try turning the Vertical Filter On. For this case however, the
vertical resolution will drop.
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•• The fan motor is noisy. (Fan
(Fan application
application model only)
•• Use the fan that controls the temperature in the main body to lower
the temperature of this unit. If the ambient air temperature
increases, the fan will start, the RPMs will increase and motor
noise will grow louder. This is not a malfunction though.
-
•• The top of the monitor heats up.
•• When used for long periods of time, the top of the monitor may
heat up. This is not a malfunction.
-
•• Text characters are displayed with varying thicknesses.
•• The thicknesses of characters and lines may vary if images with a
vertical resolution greater than 512
480 lines are displayed; however,
this is not a malfunction.
-
• The brightness contrast in the display seems not bright
enough.
•
• The brightness contrast in the display seems not bright
enough. (RGB input)
•
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TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
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Actions to Correct Abnormal Displays
Depending on the kind of system equipment used, images may not be displayed normally. In this case, make the
adjustments suggested below. (only for RGB2)
Symptom 1
Text displayed
displayed across the screen appears vertically streaked, with some characters
characters blurred (figure 1).
Text
The display
display image appears flowing (figure 2) (RGB input).
The
Vertical
Vertical
streaks
streaks
Figure 1
Before adjustment
adjustment
Before
Some characters
characters
Some
are blurred.
blurred.
are
ABCDEFGHIJ
ABCDEFGHIJ
abcdefgABCDEFGabcd
abcdefgABCDEFGabcd
ABCDEFGHIJ
ABCDEFGHIJ
abcdefgABCDEFGabcd
abcdefgABCDEFGabcd
Example
ABC
B
ABC
After adjustment
adjustment
After
All characters
characters appear
appear
All
crisp now.
now.
crisp
ABC
ABC
After adjustment
adjustment
After
All characters
characters are
are
All
blurred.
blurred.
1) Press the AUTO button on the remote control.
Adjustment
procedure
When adjustment is not possible with Auto Adjust
2) Press the MENU button. The Main Menu will be displayed.
3) Press the
SELECT button and select Setup.
4) Press the OK button. The Setup Menu will be displayed.
5) Press the
SELECT button and select Horizontal Clock.
(Display fine patterns as characters or a vertical striped pattern over the entire screen during Horizontal Clock adjustment.)
6) Press the
or
ADJUST buttons and search for clear characters over the entire screen.
7) Perform adjustment for symptom 2 below, when the characters are blurred on the entire screen.
• The display image may be momentarily disturbed during clock adjustment but this is not a failure.
• The display image may be momentarily disturbed during clock adjustment but this is not a failure.
Symptom 2
Text displayed
displayed across the screen appears blurred in its entirety (figure 2).
Text
A fine pattern flickers when displayed
displayed on the screen (figure 3).
Before adjustment
adjustment
Before
Figure 2
ABCDEFGHIJ
ABCDEFGHIJ
abcdefgABCDEFGabcd
abcdefgABCDEFGabcd
ABCDEFGHIJ
ABCDEFGHIJ
abcdefgABCDEFGabcd
abcdefgABCDEFGabcd
Figure 3
Before adjustment
adjustment
Before
ABC
ABC
Example
After adjustment
adjustment
After
After adjustment
adjustment
After
ABC
1) Press the AUTO button on the remote control.
Adjustment
procedure
When adjustment is not possible with Auto Adjust
2) Press the MENU button. The Main Menu will be displayed.
3) Press the
SELECT button and select Setup.
4) Press the OK button. The Setup Menu will be displayed.
5) Press the
SELECT button and select Clock Phase.
(Display fine patterns as characters or a vertical striped pattern over the entire screen during Clock Phase adjustment.)
6) Press
or
ADJUST buttons to make the text appear
clean across the screen.
6) Press
or
ADJUST buttons to make the text appear
without flickering.
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Video Unit Function
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Connecting to a Video Imaging Device
(1) Make sure that the power switch of the monitor is turned off.
(2) Make sure that the power switch of the imaging device is turned off.
(3) Use a commercially available cable and connector to connect the signal input terminal on the rear panel of this
device and the signal output terminal of the imaging device.
Speaker (R)
Speaker (L)
Monitor rear panel
To audio input
terminals
To composite
input terminal
Power
cord
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16
14
12
10
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17
15
13
11
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
DVD player
2
DVD player
1
VCR
To SCART
terminals
To audio output
terminals
To component
output terminals
To component
input terminals
Set-Top Box
To S video output
terminal
To composite
output terminal
To audio output
terminals
To SCART
terminal
To RGB,
video and audio
input terminals
[An example of connecting video imaging devices]
Use if the
video
equipment
has an
S video
input terminal
VCR
• If video equipment with an S video output terminal is used, cabling
by the S video cable is recommended to provide finer video
quality. (If the S video input terminal and the video input terminal of
AV3 connect to the monitor at the same time, S video input would
govern.)
• If the OUTPUT (MONITOR) terminal is connected to an external
monitor with a 75 Ohm terminal, it is possible to view the same
image as on the main unit. But it is possible to monitor only the
composite video signal from AV1, AV2, AV3, or AV4 input that is
displayed on the screen at the time.
With DVI-STB and RGB component setup
To component video
equipments.
Please use the connection
cable suitable for the terminal
form of video equipment.
Applicable video signals for each input terminal (See PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS for details. 49 )
Terminal
Signal
RCA/SCART
CVBS
S-video
Component
DVI
RGB
PC
D-sub
STB
RGB
Remarks
Component
AV1
AV2
Refer to Setup Menu. 35
AV3
AV4
Refer to Setup Menu. 35
RGB1
Refer to Setup Menu. 36
RGB2
Refer to Setup Menu. 36
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
DV D
FREEZE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ZOOM button
ENGLISH
ZOOM
0
RGB/VIDEO
buttons
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
Input Switching
• Input can be switched in the sequence of TV ➔ AV1 ➔
• Input can be switched by pressing the AV1, AV2, AV3,
AV2 ➔ AV3 ➔ AV4 ➔ RGB1 ➔ RGB2 by pressing the
INPUT SELECT button of the monitor or the remote
control.
AV4, RGB1 or RGB2 buttons of the remote control. And
the way to return to a TV channel is as follows:
• Pressing INPUT SELECT button at RGB2 input screen.
• Pressing some PROGRAM SELECT buttons and select a TV
channel.
• Pressing PROGRAM UP/DOWN buttons at the screen without
OSD(On-screen display).
TV
AV1
RGB2
AV2
AV3
RGB1
AV4
Size Switching
Each time the ZOOM button of the remote control is
pressed, the screen display size will change in sequence
and the status will be displayed at the bottom of the
screen.
• During VIDEO signal input (AV1, AV2, AV3)
Panoramic
14:9Zoom
4:3
• During AV4 signal input
Full
C14:9L
Auto
Zoom
14:9Zoom
• The size will fix as Full mode and not change when receiving the
component signal of 1080i/50, 1080i/60 or 720p/60.
Full
Zoom
C14:9L
• [Auto] is the mode using the Switch signal from the equipment
connected to AV4 terminal included in SCART connector No.8 pin
which indicate the picture format of the video source. When Switch
signal has not been detected, Default Zoom setting in the Function
Menu is used to choose.
• And during some input mode except AV4, if the Switch signal is
detected under the condition that [Auto] is selected for the picture
size of AV4, the input mode will automatically transfer to AV4.
Full
Display size selection diagram
When you want to
Set the display size to
Play a 4:3 image in a 16:9 screen faithfully.
4:3
Play a 4:3 image in a 16:9 screen with the
height and width of the middle of the
screen enlarged on equal scales and with
both sides appearing somewhat enlarged.
Panoramic
Play a 16:9 VISTA size image in the 4:3
image faithfully reproduced on the 16:9
screen.
Remarks
(4:3 signal)
(Vista)
• The 4:3 image is called a letterbox image.
• In some cases, some slight blanking may
remain at the top and bottom.
(Squeeze)
* An image with an aspect ratio of 16:9
shrunk horizontally to 4:3 to display in a 4:3
screen
Full
Play a 14:9 image in a 16:9 screen
expanded vertically and squeezed
horizontally.
Display screen
Blanking occurs on both sides.
Zoom
Play a 4:3 image faithfully in a 16:9 screen
in the standard vertical size and
horizontally squeezed.*
Play a 14:9 image expanded vertically on
the 16:9 screen.
Input signal
This mode is provided for the broadcasting
program with WSS code-C14:9L.
C14 : 9L
(14:9 signal)
This mode is provided for the broadcasting
program with WSS code-14:9Zoom.
14 : 9Zoom
(14:9 signal)
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Vertical picture position can be adjusted for [Panoramic], [Zoom] , [C14:9L] and [14:9Zoom] mode as follows.
1. Press ZOOM button and P+ P- SELECT buttons during picture size display.
2. Position display will appear.
3. Adjustment range of each picture size are as shown below.
[Panoramic]
- 12 to + 12
[Zoom]
- 31 to + 31
[C14:9L] and [14:9Zoom]
- 16 to + 16
4. When 1080i/50 or 1080i/60 component signal is received, vertical position can be adjusted only one step up. (The range: 0 to +1)
Position + 31
Press
Position - 31
Press
ATTENTION
Using a wide-screen monitor
• This monitor has a screen mode selection feature. If an incompatible screen mode is selected to play certain software, such as a TV program,
the image would appear different from the original. Take this into consideration when making screen mode choices.
• Use of this monitor in its enlarged display mode with the wide feature enabled in coffee shops, hotels and other establishments for
commercial or pubic viewing purposes could infringe on the copyright holder’s right protected by Copyright Law.
• When a normal 4:3 image is displayed over the entire screen in the Panoramic mode, parts of the periphery of the image may disappear
and/or appear distorted in some cases. Use the 4:3 mode to view images, which were created in 4:3 mode.
This mode allows 4:3 content to be viewed without picture distortion.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
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Displaying MULTI PICTURE
If the PinP button on the remote control is pressed MULTI
PICTURE will display.
Activating the P-in-P mode from the RGB input screen
Pressing the PinP button one time will display 2 pictures.
RECALL button
D/N
A/B button
i+
I / II
A/B
MENU
2-4-12
RETURN button
P+
-
+
OK
SELECT button
P-
• This mode can be available from RGB1(DVI-PC) and RGB2(RGB)
input.
• The speaker icon can be shifted up and down by pressing the A/B
button ; the audio of the video will be output from the side on which
the speaker icon is located.
RGB2
• The sub-screen position can be
AV1
selected up and down by pressing
SELECT buttons.
• The sub-screen can be selected with
the AV1, AV2, AV3, AV4 and TV
(Subchannel number buttons from the
screen)
status that the speaker icon appears
on the left side of AV✱ as shown in
the diagram to the right.
• Pressing the PinP button again or the RETURN button will cancel
the 2 pictures display.
• "Frequency Mode" in the Setup Menu should be set to Movie when
sub-screen is the component signal of 1080i/50 or 1080i/60.
DV D
AV1: Displays the VIDEO input signal of the sub-screen.
Activating the Split mode from the video input screen
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Pressing the PinP button one
time will display 2 pictures.
AV2
AV3
AV4
G
G
2 Pictures (Split)
Input terminal
Main
Sub
RGB1
PAL, SECAM
NTSC3.58/4.43
576i, 576p
480i, 480p
1080i/50
1080i/60
720p/60
STB
RGB2
Component
AV1
~AV4
AV1
AV2
AV1~AV4
PAL
NTSC3.58
SECAM NTSC4.43
AV2
• The speaker icon can be shifted left
and right by pressing the A/B
button ; the audio of the video will
be output from the side on which the
speaker icon is located.
• The same video input mode cannot
be selected for both screens at the same time.
• Pressing the PinP button again or the RETURN button will cancel
the 2 pictures display.
• When the Video input is set to RGB Video, this Split mode is not possible.
• Refer to the table for 2 pictures (Split) mode.
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AV1
AV1
576i
576p
AV1, AV2
RGB1
RGB2
480i
1080i/50 1080i/60 720p/60 STB Component
480p
(
Main
Sub
: Available)
NOTE
• Even if the input of the horizontal / vertical synchronizing signal (or video signal) stops in the MULTI PICTURE display, the mode will not
change to power save mode.
• Please be careful since image retention will occur if display is left in a MULTI PICTURE display state for a long period of time.
Input Signal Screen Display
The input signal status can be displayed on the screen
by pressing the RECALL button of the remote control or
the monitor.
• The display will go out in approximately 6 seconds.
VIDEO
Off-timer
On-timer
AV1
Composite
OFF
Input mode
Signal mode
-- -- Min.
-- -- : -- --
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PICTURE MENU
MENU
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
OK
Picture
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Hue
Colour Temperature
Contrast Mode
Reset
Select OK Set
Dynamic
+31
-31
0
+15
0
Normal
Normal
Reset
Return
Picture
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Hue
Colour Temperature
Contrast Mode
Reset
Select OK Set
Dynamic
+31
-31
0
+15
0
Normal
Normal
Reset
Return
Picture
YNR
CNR
Film Mode
PAL Comb Filter
LTI
CTI
Black Enhancement
Auto Colour
Reset
Select OK Set
Dynamic
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Reset
Return
Picture
YNR
CNR
Film Mode
PAL Comb Filter
LTI
CTI
Black Enhancement
Auto Colour
Reset
Select OK Set
Dynamic
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Reset
Return
Picture
Colour Temp. Adjust
Colour Management
Colour Decoding
Select OK Set
Dynamic
Picture
Colour Temp. Adjust
Colour Management
Colour Decoding
Select OK Set
OK
Picture Mode
Next/Prev
Select
Dynamic
Return
Contrast Mode
Next/Prev
Select
Normal
Return
YNR
Next/Prev
Select
Off
Return
Auto Colour
Next/Prev
On/Off
OK
OK
OK
OK
Return
Picture
Colour Temp. Adjust
Amplitude
Red
– 63
Green
0
Blue
– 31
Cut Off
Red
+ 31
Green
0
Blue
+ 31
Reset
Select
On/Off
Magenta
Red
Yellow
Green
Cyan
Blue
Return
Reset
Return
On
OK
Return
+ 60
+ 30
0
+ 60
+ 30
0
Reset
Return
On/Off
Picture
Colour Decoding
Dynamic
RGB
Red
Green
Colour
Hue
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OK
R
G
B
0
+ 60
0
+ 31
Reset
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Return
Picture
Colour Management
Dynamic
Reset
Select
Picture
Colour Temp. Adjust
Colour Management
Colour Decoding
Select OK Set
Off
Reset
Return
Exit
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
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Selected characters
Dynamic
Picture Mode
Setup hint
Dynamic: This setting is best for very bright ambient lighting.
Natural: This setting is for normal lighting conditions.
Natural
Adjust for maximum visibility to suit the ambient brightness.
This can adjust further till [+40] by pressing and holding
cursor
button at [+31]. The colour for [+32] to [+40] numbers will change
from white to magenta. This special mode is better for dark scenes.
For normal viewing we recommend that the Contrast is set to [+31].
"Panel Life" in the Function Menu should be set to Normal when this
Contrast setting is adjusted.
Contrast
Narrows the gap between
brightness and darkness.
Broadens the gap between
brightness and darkness.
Brightness
Black is subdued for
increased overall darkness.
Black is set off for increased
overall brightness.
Adjust to taste.
Colour
Darkens colours.
Lightens colours.
Adjust to taste.
Sharpness
Soft
Sharp
Normally set to Centre position Shift to the minus (-) side for a softer
effect and plus (+) for sharper picture.
Hue
Enhances red and weakens
green.
This is not available to adjust when receiving PAL/SECAM signal.
Enhances green and weakens
Then the character will be grayed out.
red.
Adjust for most realistic skin colour.
Colour Temperature
Cool
Normal
Warm
Normal
Contrast Mode
Reset
Auto
(off the function)
YNR
Black / White
Dynamic
(waiting to reset)
Off
Low
Normally set to Cool.
Dynamic:Emphasizes the differences between video shadings to
improve the feeling of contrast.
Normal : The gradation of an image is reproduced as faithfully as
possible.
Auto:Detects image brightness and automatically adjusts for natural
brightness.
The original factory settings for the items of this Menu page can be
restored by pressing the OK button.
Performs picture signal noise reduction. Turn up to reduce noise.
High
Performs colour signal noise reduction. Turn up to reduce noise.
And it will be fixed as Off only when selecting DVI-STB mode.
CNR
Film Mode
Off
On
On:Automatically detects the movie film material and faithfully
reproduces the original film image.
Off:Set to OFF when switching between images does not appear
natural.
PAL Comb Filter
Off
On
This is available only when receiving a PAL composite signal. Turn On
to reduce the discolorations in fine picture detail and provides purer
colour.
LTI
Adjusts the sharpness of the picture signal.
Off
CTI
Low
Middle
High
Black Enhancement
Adjusts the sharpness of the colour signal.
Adjusts the black level compensation.
Auto Colour
Off
On
This is available only when receiving an NTSC composite/S.Video
signal. This monitors and adjusts the colour to maintain constant
colour levels. It also maintains natural flesh tones while preserving
fidelity of background colours.
Colour Temp. Adjustment
Off
On
Turn On when you wish to change colour temperature depending on
the user’s preference.
Amplitude
Red
Brighter scene is decreased in Brighter scene is increased in
reddish colour.
reddish colour.
Green
Brighter scene is decreased in Brighter scene is increased in
greenish colour.
greenish colour.
Blue
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PICTURE MENU (continued)
Red
Brighter scene is decreased in Brighter scene is increased in
Adjust colour temperature depending on the user’s preference. These
bluish colour.
bluish colour.
settings are independently stored in each of the 4 Colour Temperature
Dark scene is decreased in
Dark scene is increased in
modes.
reddish colour.
reddish colour.
Green
Dark scene is decreased in
greenish colour.
Dark scene is increased in
greenish colour.
Blue
Dark scene is decreased in
bluish colour.
Dark scene is increased in
bluish colour.
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▼
Selected characters
Off
Colour Management
Magenta Magenta is weakened.
Turn On when the original balance of each colour is required to adjust
depending on the user’s preference.
On
Magenta is strengthened.
Red Red is weakened.
Red is strengthened.
Yellow Yellow is weakened.
Yellow is strengthened.
Green Green is weakened.
Green is strengthened.
Cyan Cyan is weakened.
Cyan is strengthened.
Blue Blue is weakened.
Blue is strengthened.
RGB
Colour Decoding
Setup hint
R
Red Darkens red only.
G
B
This adjusts listed colours individually to make them either deeper or
more pure. These settings are independently stored in each of the 4
Colour Temperature modes.
Select the single colour screen when that is required to adjust R/G/B
level individually depending on the user’s preference. And set it back
to RGB mode that indicates all colour after adjusting.
Press the OK button every time the setting is changed.
Lightens red only.
Green Darkens green only.
Lightens green only.
Colour Darkens colours.
Lightens colours.
Enhances red and weakens
Hue green.
This adjusts R/G/B level or hue to make the colour appear natural for
the user’s preference. These settings are independently stored in each
of the 4 Colour Temperature modes.
Enhances green and weakens
red.
FUNCTION MENU
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
MENU
Video Power Save
Default Zoom
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▼
Selected characters
OK
Off
On
Panoramic
4:3
14:9 Zoom
Function
Screen Saver
Screen Wipe
Black Side Panel
Video Power Save
Freeze Mode
Default Zoom
Reset
Select
Set
Off
On 60Min.
Off
Off
Split
Panoramic
Reset
Return
Function
Panel Life
Mode Display
ID Number
Inverse
Standby White
Gamma
Reset
Select
Set
Normal
Off
1
On 60Min.
Off
2.2
Reset
Return
Setup hint
This is used to reduce power consumption for video input when there
is no video signal. Setting it On will leads the monitor to the standby
mode when the AV input with no signal is selected.
This selects the screen display size that appears first when the power
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
MENU
OK
Setup
System
Colour System
Video Input
Audio Input
Scart Output
RGB1
RGB2
Select
OK Set
Setup
System
Colour System
Video Input
Audio Input
Scart Output
RGB1
RGB2
Select
OK Set
Setup
System
Colour System
Video Input
Audio Input
Scart Output
RGB1
RGB2
Select
System1
System
OK
System2
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
Monitor
DVI-STB
Component
HDTV
Return
Select
Auto
PAL
SECAM
PAL
Return
Exit
Setup
Video Input
System 1
OK
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
Monitor
DVI-STB
Component
HDTV
Return
Select
System 1
OK
▼
▼
Selected characters
OK Set
Setup
Colour System
System 1
Monitor
DVI-STB
Component
HDTV
Return
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SETUP MENU
Setup
Audio Input
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
Select
Auto
Composite/Component
Auto
S.Video
Return
Exit
Stereo
L/Mono
Stereo
L/Mono
Return
Exit
Setup hint
Do not change the original setting.
(System1 : Europe/Asia, System2 : North America)
Colour System
AV1
Auto
PAL
SECAM
NTSC3.58
NTSC4.43
This should correspond to the colour system of the signal from the
equipment that is connected to AV1 video input terminal.
• Normally, set this to Auto. The system of the input signal will be
automatically recognized.
• If the input signal contains much noise or has a low level at Auto and the
operation is found erratic, set this to match the input signal.
• When the component signal is received, this would be not available
(grayed out).
AV2
AV3
(Same to AV1)
AV4
Video Input
AV1
Auto
HDTV
AV2 (1st step)
RGB
Composite/Component
This should correspond to the signal mode of the signal from the
equipment that is connected to AV2 video input terminal.
AV2 (2nd step)
Auto
HDTV
This step should be set only when [Composite/Component] is selected on
the 1st step. And the procedure is same to AV1.
AV4
S.Video
SDTV/DVD
This should correspond to the signal mode of the signal from the
equipment that is connected to AV1 video input terminal.
• Normally, set this to Auto. The signal mode of the input signal will be
automatically recognized.
• If the input signal contains much noise or has a low level at Auto and the
operation is found erratic, set this to match the input signal.
SDTV/DVD
Composite
• If the signal from the equipment that is connected to AV4 Scart input
terminal is S.Video or Composite, set this to correspond to that signal.
• If the signal is RGB, it will be automatically recognized and this setting
will have no effect.
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▼
Selected characters
Setup hint
Audio Input
▼
AV1
Selected characters
Stereo
L/Mono
Stereo
L/Mono
▼
Audio Input
This should correspond to the audio signal from the equipment that is
connected to AV1 audio input terminal.
If it is monaural audio, set this to
Setup hint
L/Mono.
AV2
AV3
AV1
AV4
AV2
AV3
Scart Output
TV
Monitor
TV
Monitor
AV4
Scart Output
RGB1
DVI-PC
DVI-PC
RGB2 (1st step)
RGB
Auto
RGB2 (2nd step)
This should correspond to the audio signal from the equipment that is
(Same to AV1)
connected
to AV1 audio input terminal. If it is monaural audio, set this to
L/Mono.
TV:AV4 (Scart) output will be fixed as TV signal output.
Monitor:AV4
(Scart) output can view the image as on the main unit. But it is
(Same to AV1)
possible to monitor only the composite video signal from AV1, AV2, or AV3
input that is displayed on the screen at the time.
• If Descrambler is set to On, it will be fixed as TV automatically.
DVI-STB
DVI-STB
This should
should correspond
correspond to
This
to the
the signal
signal mode
mode of
of the
the signal
signal from the
equipment that
equipment
that is
is connected
connected to
to RGB1
RGB1 DVI
DVI terminal.
terminal.
Component
This should correspond to the signal mode of the signal from the
equipment that is connected
connected to
to RGB2
RGB2 D-sub terminal.
HDTV
HDTV
SDTV/DVD
SDTV/DVD
This step should be set only when [Component] is selected on the 1st
step.
This should correspond to the signal mode of the signal from the
equipment that is connected
connected to
to RGB2
RGB2 D-sub terminal.
The signal
signal mode
mode of the
the input
input signal will be
•• Normally, set this to Auto. The
automatically recognized.
•• If the input signal contains much noise or has a low level at Auto and the
operation is found erratic, set this to match the input signal.
OTHER FEATURES
Automatic Store
Approximately 1 sec. after adjustment is completed, the adjustments will be recorded as shown in the table below.
Menu
Picture
Display
Registration condition
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Hue
Colour Temperature
Contrast Mode
YNR
CNR
Film Mode
PAL Comb Filter
LTI
CTI
Black Enhancement
Auto Colour
Colour Temp. Adjust
1 setting is registered.
For every input function and every
Picture Mode, 1 setting is
registered.
R Amplitude For every Colour Temperature, 1
setting is registered.
G Amplitude
Menu
Picture
Function
Display
System
Colour System
For every Colour Temperature, 1
setting is registered.
1 setting is registered.
1 setting is registered.
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
Video Input
Audio Input
B Cut Off
Red
-
Default Zoom
Setup
R Cut Off
For every input function and every
Colour Management Picture Mode, 1 setting is
registered.
Magenta 1 setting is registered.
1 setting is registered.
Colour For every input function and every
Picture Mode, 1 setting is
Hue registered.
1 setting is registered.
Video Power Save
B Amplitude
G Cut Off
Registration condition
Yellow
Green
Cyan
Blue
Colour Decoding
Red
Green
AV1 1 setting is registered.
AV2
AV4
AV1 1 setting is registered.
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
• The previously recorded items will be lost.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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Symptoms That Seemingly Appear to be Failures
Make the checks suggested below depending on the symptoms observed. If the symptoms remain uncorrected, contact your dealer.
WARNING
Customer servicing can be hazardous.
Symptom
• The screen becomes dark and the images cannot be seen
during VCR special playback (fast forward, rewind).
Point to check
See page
• This sometimes occurs when a component output VCR such as
the 480i is connected.
This is not a malfunction; therefore, please take note that this may
occur. When it does occur, change to composite output, or S.video
output.
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Tuner Unit Function
[Buttons for TELETEXT Mode]
SUBTITLE button
D/N
i+
TV button
I / II
TEXT button
2-4-12
A/B
MENU
COLOUR buttons
(RED, GREEN, YELLOW, BLUE)
P+
-
+
OK
PDV D
FREEZE
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
ZOOM
TEXT / TV+TEXT button
1
2
This table shows the specifications when the optional video
unit 3has been inserted.
MODE button
4
5
6
Panel
Display
dimensions
Approx. 32 inches (716 (H) x 399 (V) mm, diagonal 820mm)
Approx. 42
inchesUP
(922/ (H)
x 522 (V)
mm, diagonal 1059mm)
PAGE
DOWN
button
Resolution
852 (H) x 1024 (V) pixels
1024 (H) x 1024 (V) pixels
Net dimensions
(excluding Speakers/Stand)
Net weight
(excluding Speakers/Stand)
7
830 (W) x 506 (H) x 92 (D) mm
9
SUB PAGE buttons
0
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
INDEX button
TV /24.6kg
TEXT button
Temperature
Ambient
conditions
8
1030 (W) x 636 (H) x 91 (D) mm
34.9kg
HOLD button
Operating : 5˚C to 35˚C, Storage : 0˚C to 40˚C
Relative humidity
Operating
: 20% to 80%, Storage : 20% to 90% (non-condensing)
CANCEL
button
Power supply
AC100 - 240V, 50/60Hz
Power consumption/at
standby 255W / <3W
TELETEXT
FUNCTION
TV
TV / TEXT
TEXT / TV + TEXT
U. N. L. button
365W / <3W
Buttons on Remote Control
TEXT
REVEAL button
Function
Press this to use the TELETEXT services.
Press this to return to the TV mode when in the TELETEXT mode.
This switches the receiver between the TV mode and the TELETEXT mode.
In TELETEXT mode, this button switches between TV+TEXT screen (split) and TELETEXT only.
MODE
This selects the FASTEXT and FAVOURITE modes.
INDEX
This selects the P100 page.
SUB PAGE
This allows receiving of a sub page. When the button is pressed, “S✱✱✱✱” will be displayed at the top left of the screen.
SUB TITLE
Use this to access a subtitle service directly rather than through a TELETEXT service (subject to subtitle service broadcasting).
CANCEL
This allows the screen to return to the TV mode temporarily while searching for a required text page. When the required text
page has been received, the page number will be displayed at the top left of the screen. Press the CANCEL button again to
display the TELETEXT screen.
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
Each of these buttons selects a link page displayed at the lower part of the screen.
A FAVOURITE page can also be stored in the memory using one of the colours. It can then retrieve the page stored by
pressing the appropriate colour button.
To store a FAVOURITE page :
• press the MODE button ;
• press a colour button for the FAVOURITE page ;
• enter the FAVOURITE page number to be stored and press the same colour button again to confirm.
Each time this button is pressed, the screen display mode changes through the following.
U. N. L
normal state
upper half screen enlarged
lower half screen enlarged
HOLD
REVEAL
PAGE UP / DOWN
This holds the page currently being displayed on the screen. Instead of the page number, a "
the screen. Press this button again to release the hold state.
" indicator appears at the top of
This allows hidden information (found on some teletext pages) to be displayed on the screen.
These buttons increase / decrease the TELETEXT page number.
NOTE
• Certain pages do not show linked pages at the bottom of the screen. To display linked pages, press the INDEX button.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Connecting Antenna
Make sure that the power switch of the monitor is turned off.
Speaker (R)
Monitor rear panel
Speaker (L)
antenna
20
18
16
14
12
10
21 19
17
15
13
11
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Precautions when connecting the antenna
• Please use a coaxial cable which is free from interference to connect the antenna. Avoid using a parallel flat
feeder wire as interference may occur, causing reception to be unstable and stripe noise to appear on the
screen.
• Avoid using indoor antenna as this may be affected by interference. Please use CATV net or outdoor
antenna.
• Keep the power cord as far away from the antenna wire as possible.
If there are noise appearance in the picture of VHF-Low band channel, please use the double-shielded cable (not
provided) for RF LEADS to reduce the noise.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
POWER ON/OFF
button
D/N
i+
I / II
INPUT SELECT
button
A/B
MENU
PROGRAM UP/DOWN
buttons
2-4-12
P+
-
+
OK
P-
VOLUME
UP/DOWN buttons
DV D
▼
▼
▼
▼
FREEZE
MENU button
MUTE button
ZOOM
ZOOM button
INPUT SELECT button
(OK button)
PROGRAM UP/DOWN button
(
SELECT button)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PROGRAM SELECT
buttons
0
VOLUME UP/DOWN
buttons
(
ADJUST buttons)
RGB/VIDEO
buttons
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
SUB-POWER button
• ( ) indicates the function while the MENU is displayed on the screen.
Input Switching
Size Switching
• Input can be switched by pressing the AV1, AV2, AV3,
AV4, RGB1 or RGB2 buttons of the remote control. And
the way to return to a TV channel is as follows:
• Pressing INPUT SELECT button at RGB2 input screen.
• Pressing some PROGRAM SELECT buttons and select a TV
channel.
• Pressing PROGRAM UP/DOWN buttons at the screen without
OSD(On-screen display).
• Input can be switched in the sequence of TV ➔ AV1 ➔
AV2 ➔ AV3 ➔ AV4 ➔ RGB1 ➔ RGB2 by pressing the
INPUT SELECT button of the monitor or the remote
control.
TV
RGB2
AV1
AV2
RGB1
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AV3
AV4
Each time the ZOOM button of the remote control is
pressed, the screen display size will change in sequence
and the status will be displayed at the bottom of the
screen.
• During TV mode
Auto
Full
14:9Zoom
Zoom
C14:9L
• [Auto] is the mode using WSS (Wide Screen Signals) which
identify the picture format movies and programs are broadcast in.
Various broadcast stations now transmit WSS. It can be detected
and the monitor automatically switch to the correct format.
However, some broadcasters do not transmit WSS, so this
monitor will not recognize which format is being transmitted.
Therefore, Default Zoom setting in the Function Menu is used to
choose when a WSS has not been sent or has not been detected.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
D/N
RECALL button
i+
MULTI PICTURE
button
I / II
A/B
MENU
SELECT buttons
2-4-12
MULTI MODE
button
A/B button
P+
-
+
OK
PDV D
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Displaying MULTI PICTURE
If the MULTI PICTURE button on the remote control is
pressed, multi pictures will display. And then three types
of the screen can be selected by pressing the MULTI
MODE button on the remote control.
The multi picture mode will change in the following
sequence each time the MULTI MODE button is pressed.
2 pictures (Split)
4 pictures
PROGRAM UP/DOWN
buttons
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
12 pictures
Activating the Split mode from the TV screen
Pressing the MULTI PICTURE button one time will display 2 pictures.
• The speaker icon can be shifted left and right by pressing the A/B button; the audio will be output from the
side on which the speaker icon is located.
• The same signal input cannot be selected for both screens at the same time.
• The TV channel can be changed by pressing the
and
PROGRAM UP/DOWN buttons on the remote
control.
• The signal input mode of picture-A or picture-B (the one that the speaker icon is located on) can be selected
by pressing INPUT SELECT button on the remote control.
• Pressing the MULTI PICTURE button once again will cancel the multi picture mode.
• When the Video input is set to RGB Video, multi picture mode is not possible.
• Refer to the table for 2 pictures (Split) mode. 42
5
AV1
A
B
Activating the 4 pictures mode from the TV screen
Pressing the MULTI MODE button one time at the 2 pictures mode will display 4 pictures.
AV1
• Press [A/B] button to select picture A or picture B indicated by a red triangle. For pictures on right, press
SELECT buttons to select picture. The selected channel number would change green.
• The TV channel can be changed by pressing the
and
PROGRAM UP/DOWN buttons on the remote
control.
• The audio can only be output from picture A in 4 pictures mode.
• The same signal input mode cannot be selected for each screens at the same time.
• Pressing the MULTI PICTURE button at the 4 picture mode will cancel the multi picture mode. And then,
pressing the MULTI PICTURE button again will display the 4 pictures.
• Refer to the table for 4 pictures mode. 42
Activating the 12 pictures mode from the TV screen
Pressing the MULTI MODE button one time at the 4 pictures mode will display 12 pictures.
• Starting from channel 1, preset channels will automatically display in sequence on the 12 windows.
• This function activates only in TV mode.
• After several seconds, it refreshes the picture one by one.
• Pressing the MULTI PICTURE button at the 12 picture mode will cancel the multi picture mode. And then,
pressing the MULTI PICTURE button again will display the 12 pictures again.
• Pressing the MULTI MODE button at the 12 picture mode will display the 2 pictures (Split) mode.
A
B1
8
B2
6
B3 11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
NOTE
• Even if the input of the horizontal / vertical synchronizing signal (or video signal) stops in the multi picture display, the mode will not change to
power save mode.
• Please be careful since image retention will occur if display is left in a multi picture display state for a long period of time.
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2 Pictures (Split)
Input terminal
Sub
Main
AV1
~AV4
AV1~AV4
AV1, AV2
RGB1
RGB2
TELE
PAL
NTSC3.58 576i 480i
1080i/50 1080i/60 720p/60 STB Component TEXT
SECAM NTSC4.43 576p 480p
Main
Sub
PAL, SECAM
NTSC3.58/4.43
576i, 576p
480i, 480p
AV1
AV2
1080i/50
1080i/60
720p/60
RGB1
STB
RGB2
Component
(
: Available)
4 Pictures
Input terminal
Sub
Main
AV1
~AV4
AV1~AV4
AV1, AV2
RGB1
RGB2
TELE
PAL
NTSC3.58 576i 480i
1080i/50 1080i/60 720p/60 STB Component TEXT
SECAM NTSC4.43 576p 480p
Main
Sub 1
PAL, SECAM
Sub 2
NTSC3.58/4.43
576i, 576p
Sub 3
480i, 480p
AV1
AV2
1080i/50
1080i/60
720p/60
RGB1
STB
RGB2
Component
(
Input Signal Screen Display
The TV channel status can be displayed on the screen by
pressing the RECALL button of the remote control.
• The display will go out in approximately 6 seconds.
TV
Off-timer
On-timer
1
ABCDE
OFF
-- -- Min.
-- -- : -- --
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I
TV position
Name
Sound mode
Sound system
: Available)
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
i+
ENGLISH
D/N
I / II
2-4-12
A/B
MENU
P+
-
+
OK
PDV D
FREEZE
FREEZE button
ZOOM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
Picture Freezing
[Split]
When the FREEZE button on the remote control is pressed, the screen transfers into the
freeze mode.
5
• There are two types of freezing screen mode, Split and Strobe. These are possible to select at the “Freeze
Mode” setting of the Function Menu.
• The Split mode will display 2 pictures from the same source on the screen with one active picture and the
other still.
• The Strobe mode will display 12 pictures with the last picture active, while other 11 windows are still.
• Pressing the FREEZE button again changes the screen back to the normal picture.
• This function is also available from video input mode besides TV mode. Refer to the table for Freeze function
as below:
Split
A
B
[Strobe]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Active
Strobe
PAL, SECAM
NTSC3.58/4.43
576i
480i
576p
480p
1080i/50
1080i/60
720p/60
RGB, DVI-PC
(
: Available)
FUNCTION MENU
Refer to the page 34 . (It is same to the Function Menu of Video Unit Function)
Freeze Mode
▼
▼
Selected characters
Split
Strobe
Setup hint
This selects the display condition of the FREEZE mode between Split
(2 pictures) and Strobe (12 pictures).
Mode Display
Not Available (grayed out)
ID Number
Not Available (grayed out)
Inverse
Not Available (grayed out)
Standby White
Not Available (grayed out)
Gamma
Not Available (grayed out)
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SETUP MENU
[During TV mode]
Picture
Audio
Timer
Function
Setup
Language
Select
OK Set
MENU
OK
Setup
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Fine Tuning
Sort
Auto Off
Select OK Set
Setup
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Fine Tuning
Sort
Auto Off
Select OK Set
Setup
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Fine Tuning
Sort
Auto Off
Select OK Set
Setup
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Fine Tuning
Sort
Auto Off
Select OK Set
OK
Off
Return
OK
Off
Return
Setup
Manual Tuning
Position
Search
Descrambler
Name
Sound System
Colour System
Skip
NR
Select
Return
99
C 22
Off
ABCDE
BG
Auto
Off
Off
Exit
Setup
Fine Tuning
Select
Prog.No.199
+56
Return
OK
Off
Return
OK
Off
Return
Setup
Sort
Position
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
Name
ABCDE
BBC1
----BBC
FGHIJ
XYZAB
---------
Select
Setup
Auto Tuning
Country
Austria
Belgium
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Setup
Auto Tuning
Country
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Search
Select
Set
Return
Select
C.S.MHz
471MHz
C25
C40
C30
S27
S41
225MHz
C51
Return
Exit
Setup
Auto Tuning
Country
Portugal
San Marino
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Search
OK
Adjust
Search
OK
Set
Return
Select
OK
Set
Return
OK
Setup
Auto Tuning
Country
Setup
Auto Tuning
Portugal
San Marino
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Cancel
OK
Search
Select
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OK
Set
Scanning Channel Number: 33
OK
Return
Cancel
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
▼
▼
Selected characters
ENGLISH
SETUP MENU (continued)
Setup hint
Auto Tuning
Country
(Page1)
Search
–
(Page2)
(Page3)
–
Select the country name by ▼ ▲ SELECT buttons and press OK
button.
• If some required stations could not be preset in this auto tuning
function, select and preset the required station in the required
position by the manual tuning operation.
Press the OK button and it starts the auto tuning.
Manual Tuning
Position
1
2
3••••••199
AV00
Set the position number. This also can be set by ▼ ▲ PROGRAM
UP/DOWN buttons.
Search
–
–
At first, select the channel entry method, entering a two digit channel
number(CH), entering a two digit S-band number or entering a three
digit frequency(MHz), by pressing the OK button.
(C--)
–
–
Enter two digit number by pressing 0~9 NUMBER buttons. If the
number is normal, then it starts the channel search.
(S--)
–
–
Enter two digit number by pressing 0~9 NUMBER buttons. If the
number is normal, then it starts the channel search.
(--MHz)
–
–
Enter three digit number by pressing 0~9 NUMBER buttons. If the
number is normal, then it starts the channel search.
Off
Set this to Off normally. If it is set to On, AV4 (Scart) terminal operates
as TV signal output, and the screen changes to display AV4 (Scart)
input signal automatically.
On
This is used to input the name of the TV station within 5 letters. After
fixing the cursor on the first digit, select a letter by ▼ ▲ SELECT
buttons and move to next digit by
ADJUST button. Press the OK
button again after finished.
• Selectable letters are “0”~`”9”, ”A”~`”Z”, “+”, “–”, ” ”(blank),
”,”(comma) and ”.”(period) .
▼
Descrambler
Name
( :a letter)
Sound System
BG
I
Colour System
Auto
PAL
NTSC3.58
L'
DK
Select the sound system through the 5 different settings.
L
SECAM
NTSC4.43
Select the colour system through the 5 different settings.
Skip
Off
On
If this is set to On, that position will be skipped while selecting
positions by PROGRAM UP/DOWN buttons.
This is automatically set to On for those non-broadcasting channels.
NR
Off
On
If this is set to On, it helps to reduce the noise interference visible on
the screen, especially in the weaker signal reception areas.
Fine Tuning
After completing the fine-tuning, press the RETURN button to exit this
Decreasing the frequency Increasing the frequency
mode.
data for the main tuner
data for the main tuner.
• The variable range is -56 ~ +56.
Sort
(A Line of position List)
–
–
Off
Auto Off
Press OK button at the a line that is required to change order, then
the characters will change to green. And move it up or down in the
list by pressing ▼ ▲ SELECT buttons. And press OK button to
complete it. Press the RETURN button to exit.
If this is set to On, the power will be turned off when there is no
transmission signal and no operation for about 10 minutes in the TV
mode.
On
[During VIDEO signal input]
This item is also shown in the page
Scart Output
▼
▼
Selected characters
36 .
TV
Monitor
Setup hint
TV:AV4 (Scart) output will be fixed as TV signal output.
Monitor:AV4 (Scart) output can view the image as on the main unit.
But it is possible to monitor only the composite video signal from
AV1, AV2, or AV3 input that is displayed on the screen at the time.
• If Descrambler is set to On, it will be fixed as TV automatically.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
A2 / NICAM / Sound Multiplex
• The CH I / II button is only useful for NICAM and sound multiplex signals.
Otherwise pressing this button will have no effect.
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BILINGUAL / DUAL sound broadcast
NICAM [II]
When bilingual program is received, sound mode display appears in yellow as shown on
right.
Press the CH I / II button to select the sound to be heard.
Each time the button is pressed, I, II or ▼ (force mono) appear cyclically on the screen.
When receiving NICAM signals, NICAM display will appear as below.
Sound multiplex signal received
Yellow
Green
Yellow
NICAM signal received
[I]
[II]
Yellow
Yellow
NICAM [II]
NICAM [I]
Select I, II or
Green
(force mono) to hear the CH I, CH II or MONO broadcast respectively.
STEREO sound broadcast
8
When a stereo program is received, sound mode display will appear in red, and you can
press the CH I / II button to select between stereo and mono sound.
Each time the button is pressed,
or ▼ (force mono)appear cyclically on the screen.
When receiving NICAM signals, NICAM display will appear as below.
Sound multiplex signal received
Red
Green
NICAM signal received
NICAM
Select
or
Red
Green
(force mono) to hear the STEREO or MONO broadcast respectively.
Monaural sound broadcast
When a monaural program is received, sound mode display will appear in green.
You can press the CH I / II button to select the sound mode between monaural and forced
mono (sound is same).
Each time the button is pressed,
or ▼ (force mono) appear cyclically on the screen.
8
NOTE
• If sound signal is not strong enough for quality reception, press the CH I / II button until ▼ appears on the screen to receive a clear mono sound.
• If sound has hiss noise or keep switching between stereo and mono mode due to signal condition, press the CH I / II button until ▼ appears
on the screen to receive a clear mono sound.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
ENGLISH
OTHER FUNCTIONS (continued)
DVD Player Selection
• You can use this remote control to operate the selected brand of DVD player by pressing the following buttons on the remote control
simultaneously.
Brands of DVD Player
Press
Brands of DVD Player
Press
Hitachi
RECALL
1
RCA
RECALL
9
Pioneer
RECALL
2
Mitsubishi
RECALL
0
Panasonic
RECALL
3
Onkyo
RECALL
INDEX
Toshiba
RECALL
4
Zenith
RECALL
MODE
Philips
RECALL
5
Orion
JVC
RECALL
6
Shinco
RECALL
CANCEL
Samsung
RECALL
7
Skyworth
RECALL
REVEAL
Sony
RECALL
8
Bubuko
RECALL
TV/TEXT
RECALL
SUB PAGE
Example
To operate HITACHI DVD player, press and hold the RECALL button, followed by the 1 button.
D/N
i+
I / II
A/B
MENU
RECALL button
2-4-12
P+
-
+
OK
PDV D
FREEZE
ZOOM
MODE button
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SUB PAGE button
0
AV1
AV2
AV3
AV4
RGB1
RGB2
INDEX button
TV / TEXT button
REVEAL button
CANCEL button
NOTE
• Not all models of the listed brands can be operated using this remote control.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptoms That Seemingly Appear to be Failures
Make the checks suggested below depending on the symptoms observed. If the symptoms remain uncorrected, contact your dealer.
WARNING
Customer servicing can be hazardous.
Symptom
Possible reason
Remedy
(1) Connection of antenna cable to the TV is
poor.
(2) Corroded or poor antenna connections.
(3) Antenna has moved position.
(4) Adverse weather conditions.
(5) Transmitter problems.
(1) Make new connection and/or change antenna
plug.
(2) Make new connections or renew cable.
(3) Re-align antenna.
(4) None.
(5) Check with local Operator.
(1) Antenna has moved position.
(2) TV not tuned correctly.
(3) Adverse weather conditions.
(4) Transmitter problems.
(5) AV Input not set correctly.
(1) Re-align antenna.
(2) Re-tune or fine tune TV.
(3) None.
(4) Check with local Operator.
(5) Check the external equipment connected.
snowy picture - poor sound
multiple images - sound O.K
(1) Interference from electrical or mechanical (1) Check devices for shielding and renew if
motors, fluorescent lights, portable
necessary or move further from TV.
radios etc.
intermittent interference
(1) TV may be in AV mode.
(2) Picture/sound setting set to minimum.
(3) TV in standby or power save mode.
no picture or sound
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(1) Press the INPUT SELECT button or 0 to 9 buttons
on your remote control to return to normal TV
mode.
(2) Check picture / sound controls (go to MAIN
MENU).
(3) Press POWER ON / OFF button.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Panel
Panel
Display
Display
dimensions
dimensions
Resolution
Resolution
Net dimensions
dimensions
Net
(excluding Speakers/Stand)
Speakers/Stand)
(excluding
Net weight
weight
Net
(excluding Speakers/Stand)
Speakers/Stand)
(excluding
Ambient
Ambient
conditions
conditions
Temperature
Temperature
ENGLISH
Product specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.
Approx. 42 inches
inches (922
(920 (H)
(H) xx 522
518 (V)
(V) mm,
mm, diagonal
diagonal 1059mm)
1059mm)
Approx.
852 (H)
(V)(V)
pixels
1024
(H)xx480
1024
pixels
1030 (W)
(W) xx 636
636 (H)
(H) xx 91
91 (D)
(D) mm
mm
1030
34.2kg
34.9kg
Operating : 5˚C to 35˚C,
35˚C, Storage
Storage :: 0˚C
-15˚C
60˚C
Operating
to to
40˚C
Relative humidity
humidity Operating
Operating : 20%
20% to
to 80%,
80%, Storage
Storage :: 20%
20% to
to 90%
90% (non-condensing)
(non-condensing)
Relative
Power supply
supply
Power
AC100 -- 240V,
240V, 50/60Hz
50/60Hz
AC100
Power consumption/at
consumption/at standby
standby
Power
310W // <3W
<3W
365W
Audio output
output
Audio
12W ++ 12W
12W (6Ω)
(6Ω)
12W
(RGB input)
input)
(RGB
Input signals
signals
Input
Input terminals
terminals
Input
RGB1 DVI
DVIinput
input terminal
terminal (DVI-D)
(DVI-D)
RGB1
RGB1 audio
audio input
input terminal
terminal (3.5mm
(3.5mm Stereo
Stereo Mini
Mini Jack)
Jack)
RGB1
RGB2 analog
analog RGB
RGBinput
input terminal
terminal (D-sub
(D-sub 15-pin)
15-pin)
RGB2
RGB2 audio
audio input
input terminal
terminal (3.5mm
(3.5mm Stereo
Stereo Mini
Mini Jack)
Jack)
RGB2
Video signals
signals
Video
0.7 V/1.0
V/1.0 Vp-p,
Vp-p, analog
analog RGB
RGB (Recommended
(Recommended Signal)
Signal)
0.7
480i, 576i,
576i, 480p,
480p, 576p,
576p, 1080i/50,
1080i/50, 1080i/60,
1080i/60, 720p/60
720p/60
480i,
Sync signals
signals
Sync
H/V separate,
separate, TTL
TTLlevel
level [2K
[2KΩ]]
H/V
H/V composite,
composite, TTL
TTL level
level [2K
[2KΩ]]
H/V
Sync on
on green,
green, 0.3
0.3 Vp-p
Vp-p [75
[75Ω]]
Sync
Recommended signal
signal
Recommended
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modes 29
46
51
42
(Video input)
input)
(Video
Input terminals
terminals
Input
AV1: composite
composite video
video input
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV1:
AV1: YYPB
PBPR
PRvideo
videoinput
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV1:
AV1: L/R
L/Raudio
audio input
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV1:
AV2: composite
composite video
video input
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV2:
AV2: Y/G
Y/G PB/B
PB/BPR/R
PR/Rvideo
videoinput
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV2:
AV2: L/R
L/Raudio
audio input
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV2:
AV3: composite
composite video
video input
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV3:
AV3: SSvideo
video input
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV3:
AV3: L/R
L/Raudio
audio input
input terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
AV3:
AV4: composite
composite video
video / S
S video
video / RGB
RGB // L/R
L/R audio
audio input
input terminal
terminal (Scart)
(Scart)
AV4:
Video signals
signals
Video
AV1: PAL,
PAL, SECAM,
SECAM, NTSC3.58,
NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43
NTSC4.43
AV1:
AV1: 480i,
480i, 576i,
576i,480p,
480p, 576p,
576p, 1080i/50,
1080i/50, 1080i/60,
1080i/60, 720p/60
720p/60
AV1:
AV2: PAL,
PAL, SECAM,
SECAM, NTSC3.58,
NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43
NTSC4.43
AV2:
AV2: 480i,
480i, 576i,
576i, 480p,
480p, 576p,
576p, 1080i/50,
1080i/50, 1080i/60,
1080i/60, 720p/60,
720p/60, RGB
RGB
AV2:
AV3: PAL,
PAL, SECAM,
SECAM, NTSC3.58,
NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43
NTSC4.43
AV3:
AV4: PAL,
PAL, SECAM,
SECAM, NTSC3.58,
NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43
NTSC4.43
AV4:
AV4: RGB
RGB
AV4:
Input signals
signals
Input
Video output
output Signal
Signal
Video
OUTPUT(MONITOR):
(MONITOR):composite
compositevideo
video monitor-output
monitor-output terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
OUTPUT
OUTPUT(MONITOR):
(MONITOR):L/R
L/Raudio
audiomonitormonitor-output
output terminal
terminal (RCA)
(RCA)
OUTPUT
AV4: composite
composite video
video / L/R
L/R audio
audio output terminal (SCART)
(SCART)
AV4:
Recommended signal
signal
Recommended
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modes 42
15
(RF input)
input)
(RF
Input terminals
terminals
Input
ANT :: 75
75Ω Unbalanced
Unbalanced
ANT
RF Video
Video System
System
RF
PAL B,
B, G,
G, H
H // II // D,
D, KK
PAL
SECAMB,
B,G
G//D,
D, KK // K1
K1 // L,
L, L'
L'
SECAM
Input signals
signals
Input
• The monitor takes at least 30 minutes to attain the status of optimal picture quality.
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Signal Input
DVI terminal (DVI-D)
Pin
Input signal
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
T.M.D.S. Data2T.M.D.S. Data2+
T.M.D.S. Data2/4 Shield
T.M.D.S. Data4T.M.D.S. Data4+
DDC Clock
DDC Data
No Connect
T.M.D.S. Data1T.M.D.S. Data1+
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
+5V Power
Ground (for+5V)
Hot Plug Detect
T.M.D.S. Data0T.M.D.S. Data0+
T.M.D.S. Data0/5 Shield
T.M.D.S. Data5T.M.D.S. Data5+
T.M.D.S. Clock Shield
T.M.D.S. Clock+
Input signal
11
T.M.D.S. Data1/3 Shield
24
T.M.D.S. Clock-
12
T.M.D.S. Data3-
13
T.M.D.S. Data3+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Frame GND
RGB terminal (D-sub 15-pin connector)
Pin
Input signal
1
R (PR/CR)
2
G or sync on green (Y)
3
B (PB/CB)
4
No connection
5
No connection
6
R.GND (PR/CR, GND)
5
15
4
3
2
1
10
9
8
7
14
13
12
6
11
• When different kinds of input signals are simultaneously input to
the monitor via a graphics board or the like, the monitor will
automatically select the signals in the following priority order:
7
G.GND (Y, GND)
Sync signal type
Priority
8
B.GND (PB/CB, GND)
H/V separate sync.
1
H/V composite sync.
2
sync.on Green *
3
9
No connection
10
GND
11
No connection
12
[SDA]
13
H. sync or H/V composite sync
14
V.sync. [V.CLK]
15
[SCL]
(
*Even in the case of the recommended signals shown on the
following page, there may be instances when correct display is
not possible. In this case, use H/V separate sync, H/V composite
sync.
) : With component input
S-input connector pin specifications
Pin
Input signal
1
2
3
4
Y
Y-GND
C
C-GND
Frame
GND
1
3
2
4
Scart connector pin specifications
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
AUDIO OUT (RIGHT)
12 Not Used
2
AUDIO IN (RIGHT)
13 RGB-R GND
3
AUDIO OUT (LEFT/MONO)
14 GND
4
AUDIO GND
15 RGB-R / S.VHS CHROMINANCE IN
5
RGB-B GND
16 BLANKING SIGNAL
6
AUDIO IN (LEFT/MONO)
17 COMPOSITE VIDEO GND
7
RGB-B IN
18 BLANKING SIGNAL GND
8
AUDIO/RGB SWITCH / 16:9
19 COMPOSITE VIDEO OUT
9
RGB-G GND
20 COMPOSITE VIDEO / S.VHS LUMINANCE IN
10
Not Used
21 GND / SHIELD (CHASSIS)
11
RGB-G IN
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18
16
14
12
10
21 19
17
15
13
11
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS (continued)
ENGLISH
Recommended Signal List
With Digital RGB signal input (RGB1 input)
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Signal Name
VGA
W-VGA
W-VGA
VESA
VESA
480p
720p/60
480p
720p/60
1080i/60
Signal mode
Horizontal Dot clock Setup Menu Condition
Vertical frequency frequency frequency
Resolution
DVI-PC
DVI-STB
(kHz)
(MHz)
(Hz)
640 X 400
640 X 480
864 X 480
640
864 X 480
640 X 480
640 X 480
800
600
640 X 480
800 X 600
800 X 600
800 X 600
800 X 600
1024
768
800 XX600
1024 X 768
1024 X 768
720 XX480
1024
768
1280
720
720 XX480
1280XX1080
720
1920
70.08
59.94
59.94
60.00
72.81
59.94
75.00
72.81
85.01
75.00
56.25
85.01
60.32
56.25
72.19
60.32
75.00
72.19
85.06
75.00
60.00
85.06
70.07
60.00
75.03
70.07
59.94
75.03
60.00
59.94
60.00
31.47
31.47
31.47
31.02
37.86
31.47
37.50
37.86
43.27
37.50
35.16
43.27
37.88
35.16
48.08
37.88
46.88
48.08
53.67
46.88
48.36
53.67
56.48
48.36
60.02
56.48
31.47
60.02
45.00
31.47
45.00
33.75
25.18
25.18
34.24
33.75
31.50
34.24
31.50
36.00
31.50
36.00
40.00
36.00
50.00
40.00
49.50
50.00
56.25
49.50
65.00
56.25
75.00
65.00
78.75
75.00
27.00
78.75
74.25
27.00
74.25
Remarks
WVGA type : On
WVGA type : On
EIA-861
EIA-861
EIA-861
18 sure
1080i/60
1080
60.00
33.75 with the 74.25
•Make
that the signal 1920
of theXequipment
to be connected
is compatibie
specifications of this list.
(
EIA-861
: acceptable)
With Analog RGB signal input (RGB2 input)
No.
Signal Name
Signal mode
Vertical frequency
Resolution
(Hz)
Horizontal frequency
(kHz)
Dot clock frequency
(MHz)
1
2
VGA
640 X 400
640 X 480
70.08
59.94
31.47
31.47
25.18
25.18
3
W-VGA
864 X 480
59.94
31.47
34.24
VESA
640 X 480
640 X 480
640 X 480
800 X 600
800 X 600
800 X 600
800 X 600
800 X 600
1024 X 768
1024 X 768
1024 X 768
1024 X 768
1152 X 864
1280 X 1024
1280 X 1024
1280 X 1024
1600 X 1200
1600 X 1200
1600 X 1200
72.81
75.00
85.01
56.25
60.32
72.19
75.00
85.06
60.00
70.07
75.03
85.00
75.00
60.02
75.03
85.02
60.00
75.00
85.00
37.86
37.50
43.27
35.16
37.88
48.08
46.88
53.67
48.36
56.48
60.02
68.68
67.50
63.98
79.98
91.15
75.00
93.75
106.25
31.50
31.50
36.00
36.00
40.00
50.00
49.50
56.25
65.00
75.00
78.75
94.50
108.00
108.00
135.00
157.50
162.00
202.50
229.50
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Remarks
WVGA type:On
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24
25
26
27
Macintosh
28
29
W-XGA
30
640 X 480
832 X 624
1024 X 768
1152 X 870
1280 X 768
66.67
74.55
74.93
75.06
59.833
35.00
49.72
60.24
68.68
47.986
30.24
57.28
80.00
100.00
81.00
94.760
1280 X 768
69.997
56.137
1280 X 768
59.876
47.776
79.50
WXGA Mode:(1280x768)
1366 X 768
60.015
47.712
89.50
WXGA Mode:(1366x768)
• The type of video board or connecting cable used may not allow for correct displays adjustment of Horizontal Position, Vertical Position, Horizontal
Clock and Clock Phase.
• The monitor may fail to display an animation image correctly when a signal having a vertical frequency of 85Hz or higher is input to it.
• The monitor differentiates the signal modes according to the horizontal and vertical frequencies and the horizontal and vertical sync signal
polarities. Note that different signals having all these elements alike may be handled as the same signal.
• Displaying images with more than 480 lines of vertical resolution at Full diplay (compressed display) can result in the interpolation of stripes.
With Composite Input(AV1~AV4 input) and S-video Input (AV3 input).
Signal mode
No.
1
2
Signal Name
NTSC4.43
NTSC3.58
PAL
SECAM
Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Dot clock
frequency (MHz)
59.94
15.73
—
50.00
15.63
—
Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Dot clock
frequency (MHz)
15.73
15.63
—
Resolution
Vertical frequency
(Hz)
525
625
Remarks
With R, G, B Video input (AV2 and AV4 input).
Signal mode
No.
1
Signal Name
Resolution
Vertical frequency
(Hz)
NTSC4.43/3.58
PAL, SECAM
525
625
59.94
50.00
Remarks
With component input (AV1, AV2 and RGB2-component input).
Signal mode
No.
Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Dot clock
frequency (MHz)
50.00
15.63
—
59.94
15.73
—
576
50.00
31.26
—
Signal Name
Resolution
Vertical frequency
(Hz)
1
576i
576
2
480i
480
3
576p
4
480p
480
59.94
31.47
—
5
1080i/50
1080
50.00
28.13
—
6
1080i/60
1080
60.00
33.75
—
7
720p/60
720
59.94
44.96
—
Remarks
• The monitor differentiates the signal modes according to the horizontal and vertical frequencies and the horizontal and vertical sync signal
polarities. Note that different signals having all these elements alike may be handled as the same signal.
• Displaying images with more than 480 lines of vertical resolution at Full diplay (compressed display) can result in the interpolation of stripes.
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ENGLISH
Thank You for purchasing this Hitachi Television.
In the unlikely event that this product should develop a fault, we undertake to repair
or replace any part of the product which fails due to a manufacturing defect within
12 months of the date of purchase provided that ...
1. the product has been installed and used only in accordance with the instructions
supplied with the product.
2. the product has not been repaired, maintained, or modified by any person other
than a Hitachi authorized dealer.
3. the product serial number has not been removed or altered.
•this guarantee does not apply to a product acquired second hand or for
commercial or communal use.
•this guarantee does not cover the replacement of exhausted batteries, the
adjustment of user controls, or aerial alignment.
•any parts replaced under this guarantee shall become the property of HITACHI
EUROPE LTD..
•please note that evidence of the date of purchase will be required before any
service under this guarantee is carried out.
Use the boxes provided below to record your TV’s Model and Serial Number - these are found
on the rating plate located on the rear of the Plasma screen. Also, record where and when you
purchased this T.V. This information will help any future queries you may have and should be
used in all correspondence with Hitachi service centres.
MODEL
SERIAL NUMBER
DEALER/STORE
DATE PURCHASED
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
In all cases of difficulty please
consult your Hitachi dealer.
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