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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION...................................................................................................... 1
REGULATORY INFORMATION............................................................................................ 3
POLISH CENTER FOR TESTING AND CERTIFICATION NOTICE....................................4
CHAPTER 1: UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION...............................................................8
1.1.Unpacking.......................................................................................................................... 8
1.2. Package Contents............................................................................................................. 8
1.3. Installation Notes............................................................................................................... 8
1.4. Mounting on a Wall............................................................................................................ 9
1.4.1. VESA Grid.............................................................................................................. 9
1.5. Using of remote sensor and power status indicator......................................................... 10
CHAPTER 2: PARTS AND FUNCTIONS........................................................................... 11
2.1. Control Panel................................................................................................................... 11
2.2. Input/Output Terminals..................................................................................................... 12
2.3. Remote Control................................................................................................................ 13
2.3.1 General functions................................................................................................. 13
2.3.2 Inserting the batteries in the remote control......................................................... 14
2.3.3 Handling the remote control................................................................................. 14
2.3.4 Operating range of the remote control.................................................................. 14
CHAPTER 3: CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT................................................... 15
3.1 Connecting External Equipment (DVD/VCR/VCD).......................................................... 15
3.1.1 Using COMPONENT video input.......................................................................... 15
3.1.2 Using Video Source input..................................................................................... 15
3.1.3. Using HDMI video input........................................................................................ 16
3.2 Connecting a PC.............................................................................................................. 16
3.2.1. Using VGA input................................................................................................... 16
3.2.2. Using DVI input..................................................................................................... 17
3.2.3. Using HDMI input................................................................................................. 17
3.2.4. Using DisplayPort input........................................................................................ 17
3.3. Connecting Audio Equipment.......................................................................................... 18
3.3.1. Connecting external speakers.............................................................................. 18
3.3.2. Connecting an external audio device................................................................... 18
3.4. Connecting Multiple Displays in a Daisy-chain Configuration.......................................... 19
3.4.1. Display control connection.................................................................................... 19
3.4.2. Digital video connection........................................................................................ 19
3.4.3. Analog video connection...................................................................................... 20
3.5. Wire-connecting to Network............................................................................................. 20
CHAPTER 4: OPERATION................................................................................................. 22
4.1. Watch the Connected Video Source................................................................................ 22
4.2. Change Picture Format.................................................................................................... 22
4.3. Choose your Preferred Picture Settings.......................................................................... 22
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4.4. Choose your Preferred Sound Settings........................................................................... 22
4.5. Play multimedia files via Local Area Network.................................................................. 23
4.5.1. Set up the network................................................................................................ 23
4.5.2. How to use DLNA-DMP........................................................................................ 23
4.5.3. How to use DLNA-DMR from PC......................................................................... 24
4.6. Play multimedia files from USB device............................................................................ 26
4.7. Play options..................................................................................................................... 26
4.7.1. Playing music files................................................................................................ 26
4.7.2. Playing movie files................................................................................................ 27
4.7.3. Playing photo files................................................................................................ 27
CHAPTER 5: CHANGE YOUR SETTINGS........................................................................ 29
5.1.Settings............................................................................................................................ 29
5.1.1.Picture.................................................................................................................. 29
5.1.2.Sound................................................................................................................... 30
5.1.3.Tiling..................................................................................................................... 31
5.1.4. General settings................................................................................................... 32
5.2. Network Settings.............................................................................................................. 38
CHAPTER 6: USB DEVICE COMPATIBILITY.................................................................... 39
CHAPTER 7: INPUT MODE............................................................................................... 41
CHAPTER 8: PIXEL DEFECT POLOCY............................................................................ 41
8.1. Pixels and Sub-Pixels...................................................................................................... 41
8.2. Types of Pixel Defects + Dot Definition........................................................................... 41
8.3. Bright Dot Defects............................................................................................................ 41
8.4. Dark Dot Defects............................................................................................................. 42
8.5. Proximity of Pixel Defects................................................................................................ 42
8.6. Pixel Defect Tolerances................................................................................................... 42
8.7.MURA.............................................................................................................................. 43
CHAPTER 9: CLEANING AND TROUBLESHOOTING..................................................... 44
9.1.Cleaning........................................................................................................................... 44
9.2.Troubleshooting............................................................................................................... 45
CHAPTER 10: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS................................................................ 46
SAFETY INFORMATION
Safety precautions and maintenance
WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments or procedures other than those specified
in this documentation may result in exposure to shock, electrical hazards and/or
mechanical hazards.
Read and follow these instructions when connecting and using your display:
Operation:
• Keep the display out of direct sunlight and away from stoves or any other heat sources.
• Remove any object that could fall into ventilation holes or prevent proper cooling of the display’s
electronics.
• Do not block the ventilation holes on the cabinet.
• When positioning the display, make sure the power plug and outlet are easily accessible.
• When turning off the display by detaching the power cord, wait 6 seconds before re-attaching
the power cord for normal operation.
• Ensure the use of an approved power cord at all times. If your power cord is missing, please
contact your local service center.
• Do not subject the display to severe vibration or high impact conditions during operation.
• Do not knock or drop the display during operation or transportation.
Maintenance:
• To protect your display from possible damage, do not put excessive pressure on the LCD panel.
When moving your display, grasp the frame to lift; do not lift the display by placing your hand or
fingers on the LCD panel.
• Unplug the display if you are not going to use it for an extensive period of time.
• Unplug the display if you need to clean it with a slightly damp cloth. The screen may be wiped
with a dry cloth when the power is off. However, never use organic solvent, such as, alcohol, or
ammonia-based liquids to clean your display.
• To avoid the risk of shock or permanent damage to the set, do not expose the display to dust,
rain, water or an excessively moist environment.
• If your display becomes wet, wipe it with dry cloth as soon as possible.
• If a foreign substance or water gets in your display, turn the power off immediately and
disconnect the power cord. Then remove the foreign substance or water, and send the unit to
the maintenance center.
• Do not store or use the display in locations exposed to heat, direct sunlight or extreme cold.
• In order to maintain the best performance of your display and ensure a longer lifetime, we
strongly recommend using the display in a location that falls within the following temperature
and humidity ranges.
-- Temperature: 0-40°C 32-104°F
-- Humidity: 20-80% RH
IMPORTANT: Always activate a moving screen saver program when you leave your display
unattended. Always activate a periodic screen refresh application if the unit will display unchanging
static content. Uninterrupted display of still or static images over an extended period may cause
“burn in”, also known as “after-imaging” or “ghost imaging”, on your screen. This is a well-known
phenomenon in LCD panel technology. In most cases, the “burned in” or “after-imaging” or “ghost
imaging” will disappear gradually over a period of time after the power has been switched off.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING: Severe “burn-in” or “after-image” or “ghost image” symptoms will not disappear and
cannot be repaired. This is also not covered under the terms of your warranty.
Service:
• The casing cover should be opened only by qualified service personnel.
• If there is any need for repair or integration, please contact your local service center.
• Do not leave your display under direct sunlight.
If your display does not operate normally, having followed the instructions set out in
this document, please contact a technician or your local service center.
Read and follow these instructions when connecting and using your display:
• Unplug the display if you are not going to use it for an extensive period of time.
• Unplug the display if you need to clean it with a slightly damp cloth. The screen
many be wiped with a dry cloth when the power is off. However, never use alcohol,
solvents or ammonia-based liquids.
• Consult a service technician if the display does not operate normally when you
have followed the instructions in this manual.
• The casing cover should be opened only by qualified service personnel.
• Keep the display out of direct sunlight and away from stoves or any other heat
sources.
• Remove any object that could fall into the vents or prevent proper cooling of the
display’s electronics.
• Do not block the ventilation holes on the cabinet.
• Keep the display dry. To avoid electric shock, do not expose it to rain or excessive
moisture.
• When turning off the display by detaching the power cable or DC power cord, wait
for 6 seconds before re-attaching the power cable or DC power cord for normal
operation.
• To avoid the risk of shock or permanent damage to the set do not expose the
display to rain or excessive moisture.
• When positioning the display, make sure the power plug and outlet are easily
accessible.
• IMPORTANT: Always activate a screen saver program during your application.
If a still image in high contrast remains on the screen for an extended period of
time, it may leave an ‘after-image’ or ‘ghost image’ on the front of the screen. This
is a well-known phenomenon that is caused by the shortcomings inherent in LCD
technology. In most cases the afterimage will disappear gradually over a period of
time after the power has been switched off. Be aware that the after-image symptom
cannot be repaired and is not covered under warranty.
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
CE Declaration of Conformity
We declare under our responsibility that the product is in conformity with the following standards:
• EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011+A2:2013 (Safety requirement of Information
Technology Equipment).
• EN55022:2010 (Radio Disturbance requirement of Information Technology Equipment).
• EN55024:2010 (Immunity requirement of Information Technology Equipment).
• EN61000-3-2:2006 +A1:2009+A2:2009 (Limits for Harmonic Current Emission).
• EN61000-3-3:2013 (Limitation of Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker)
• EN 50581:2012 (Technical documentation for the assessment of electrical and electronic
products with respect to the restriction of hazardous substances)
• EN 50564:2011 (Electrical and electronic household and office equipment — Measurement of
low power consumption)
following provisions of directives applicable.
• 2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive).
• 2004/108/EC (EMC Directive).
• 2009/125/EC (ErP, Energy-related Product Directive, EC No. 1275/2008 and 642/2009
Implementing)
• 2011/65/EU (RoHS Directive) and is produced by a manufacturing organization on ISO9000
level.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice (U.S. Only)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help..
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Use only an RF shielded cable that was supplied with the display when connecting this display to a
computer device.
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain
or excessive moisture.
THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CANADIAN
INTERFERENCE- CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice
The equipment should draw power from a socket with an attached protection circuit (a three-prong
socket). All equipment that works together (computer, display, printer, and so on) should have the
same power supply source.
The phasing conductor of the room’s electrical installation should have a reserve short-circuit
protection device in the form of a fuse with a nominal value no larger than 16 amperes (A).
To completely switch off the equipment, the power supply cable must be removed from the power
supply socket, which should be located near the equipment and easily accessible.
A protection mark “B” confirms that the equipment is in compliance with the protection usage
requirements of standards PN-93/T-42107 and PN-89/E-06251.
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields (“EMF”)
1. We manufacture and sell many products targeted at consumers, which, like any electronic
apparatus, in general have the ability to emit and receive electromagnetic signals.
2. One of our leading Business Principles is to take all necessary health and safety measures for
our products, to comply with all applicable legal requirements and to stay well within the EMF
standards applicable at the time of producing the products.
3. We are committed to develop, produce and market products that cause no adverse health
effects.
4. We confirm that if its products are handled properly for their intended use, they are safe to use
according to scientific evidence available today.
5. We play an active role in the development of international EMF and safety standards, enabling
us to anticipate further developments in standardization for early integration in its products.
Information for U.K. only
WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
Important:
This apparatus is supplied with an approved moulded 13A plug.
To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows:
(B)
(A)
1. Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2. Fit new fuse which should be a BS 1362 5A,A.S.T.A. or BSI
approved type.
3. Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should
be cut off and an appropriate 3-pin plug fitted in its place.
If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value of 5A.
If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the distribution board
should not be greater than 5A.
NOTES: The severed plug must be destroyed to avoid a
possible shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13A socket
elsewhere.
How to connect a plug
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
BLUE - “NEUTRAL” (“N”)
BROWN - “LIVE” (“L”)
GREEN & YELLOW - “EARTH” (“E”)
1. The GREEN & YELLOW wire 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 & YELLOW.
2. The BLUE wire must be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter “N” or coloured BLACK.
3. The BROWN wire must be connected to the terminal which
marked with the letter “L” or coloured RED.
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip
is clamped over the sheath of the lead - not simply over the three
wires.
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
North Europe (Nordic Countries) Information
Placering/Ventilation
VARNING: FÖRSÄKRA DIG OM ATT HUVUDBRYTARE OCH UTTAG ÄR LÄTÅTKOMLIGA,
NÄR DU STÄLLER DIN UTRUSTNING PÅPLATS.
Placering/Ventilation
ADVARSEL: SØRG VED PLACERINGEN FOR, AT NETLEDNINGENS STIK OG
STIKKONTAKT ER NEMT TILGÆNGELIGE.
Paikka/Ilmankierto
VAROITUS: SIJOITA LAITE SITEN, ETTÄ VERKKOJOHTO VOIDAAN TARVITTAESSA
HELPOSTI IRROTTAA PISTORASIASTA.
Plassering/Ventilasjon
ADVARSEL: NÅR DETTE UTSTYRET PLASSERES, MÅ DU PASSE PÅ AT KONTAKTENE
FOR STØMTILFØRSEL ER LETTE Å NÅ.
End-of-Life Disposal
Your new Public Information Display contains materials that can be recycled and reused.
Specialized companies can recycle your product to increase the amount of reusable materials and
to minimize the amount to be disposed of.
Please find out about the local regulations on how to dispose of your old display from your local
dealer.
(For customers in Canada and U.S.A.)
This product may contain lead and/or mercury. Dispose of in accordance to local-state and federal
regulations. For additional information on recycling contact www.eia.org (Consumer Education
Initiative)
Waste Electrical and Electronie Equipment-WEEE
Attention users in European Union private households
This marking on the product or on its packaging illustrates that, under European
Directive 2002/96/EG governing used electrical and electronic appliances, this
product may not be disposed of with normal household waste. You are responsible
for disposal of this equipment through a designated waste electrical and electronic
equipment collection. To determine the locations for dropping off such waste electrical
and electronic, contact your local government office, the waste disposal organization
that serves your household or the store at which you purchased the product.
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
Attention users in United States:
Please dispose of according to all Local, State and Federal Laws. For the disposal or recycling
information, contact: www.mygreenelectronics.com or www.eiae.org.
End of Life Directives-Recycling
Your new Public Information Display contains several materials that can be recycled
for new users.
Please dispose of according to all Local, State, and Federal laws.
For EU: The crossed-out wheeled bin implies that used batteries should not be put to
the general household wate! There is a seperate collection system for used batteries,
to allow proper treatment and recycling in accordance with legislation.
Please contact your local authority for details on the collection and recycling schemes.
For Switzerland: The used battery is to be returned to the selling point.
For other non-EU countries: Please contract your local authority for correct method of
disposal of the used battery.
According the EU directive 2006/66/EC, the battery can’t be disposed improperly. The battery shall
be separated to collect by local service.
Após o uso, as pilhas e/ou baterias
deverão ser entregues ao
estabelecimento comercial ou
rede de assisténcia técnica
autorizada.
Restriction on Hazardous Substances statement (India)
This product complies with the “India E-waste Rule 2011” and prohibits use of lead, mercury,
hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls or polybrominated diphenyl ethers in
concentrations exceeding 0.1 weight % and 0.01 weight % for cadmium, except for the exemptions
set in Schedule 2 of the Rule.
E-Waste Declaration for India
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not
be disposed of with your other household waste. Instead it is your responsibility to
dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point
for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment . The separate collection
and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve
natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health
and the environ-ment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste
equipment for recycling in India
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CHAPTER 1: UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
1.1. Unpacking
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•
•
•
This product is packed in a carton, together with the standard accessories.
Any other optional accessories will be packed separately.
Due to the size and weight of this display it is recommended for two people to move it.
After opening the carton, ensure that the contents are complete and in good condition.
1.2. Package Contents
Please verify that you received the following items with your package content:
• LCD display
• Remote control with AAA
batteries
• Power cord (1.8 m)
• VGA cable (1.8 m)
• RS232 cable (1.8 m)
• Daisy chain cable (1.8 m)
• User Manual
User Manual
* The supplied power cord varies depending on destination.
Power Cord
RS232 Cable
Daisy chain cable
Video Signal Cable
(D-SUB to D-SUB Cable)
Remote Control
and AAA Batteries
NOTES:
• For all other regions, apply a power cord that conforms to the AC voltage of the power socket
and has been approved by and complies with the safety regulations of the particular country (
Type H05VV-F ,2G or 3G, 0.75 or 1mm2 should be used ).
• You might like to save the package box and packing material for shipping the display.
1.3. Installation Notes
• Due to the high power consumption, always use the plug exclusively designed for this product. If
an extended line is required, please consult your service agent.
• The product should be installed on a flat surface to avoid tipping. The distance between the
back of the product and the wall should be maintained for proper ventilation. Avoid installing the
product in the kitchen, bathroom or any other places with high humidity so as not to shorten the
service life of the electronic components.
• The product can normally operate only under 5000m in altitude. In installations at altitudes
above 5000m, some abnormalities may be experienced.
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UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
1.4. Mounting on a Wall
To mount this display to a wall, you will have to obtain a standard wall-mounting kit (commercially
available). We recommend using a mounting interface that complies with UL1678 standard in
North America.
Protective Sheet
VESA Grid
Table
Tabletop stand
1. Lay a protective sheet on a table, which was wrapped around the display when it was packaged,
beneath the screen surface so as not to scratch the screen face.
2. Ensure you have all accessories for mounting this display (wall mount, ceiling mount, table
stand, etc).
3. Follow the instructions that come with the base mounting kit. Failure to follow correct mounting
procedures could result in damage to the equipment or injury to the user or installer. Product
warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation.
4. For the wall-mounting kit, use M8 mounting screws (having a length 15 mm longer than the thickness of the mounting
bracket) and tighten them securely.
5. For use only with UL Listed Wall Mount Bracket with minimum weight/load: 36.2kg or equivalent.
1.4.1.VESA Grid
PM-65
400(H) x 400(V) mm
Caution:
To prevent the display from falling:
• For wall or ceiling installation, we recommend installing the display with metal brackets which
are commercially available. For detailed installation instructions, refer to the guide received with
the respective bracket.
• To lessen the probability of injury and damage resulting from fall of the display in case of
earthquake or other natural disaster, be sure to consult the bracket manufacturer for installation
location.
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UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
Ventilation Requirements for enclosure locating
To allow heat to disperse, leave space between surrounding objects as shown in the diagram
below.
100 mm
100 mm
100 mm
100 mm
1.5. Using of remote sensor and power status indicator
1. Pull down the lens to have better remote control performance and easy to observe the light
information of power status.
2. Push up the lens before mounting the display for video wall application.
3. Pull/push the lens until hearing the click
o
su
n
d
.
Push up to collapse the lens
Push down to extend the lens
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS AND FUNCTIONS
2.1. Control Panel
MUTE INPUT
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MENU
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
[ ] Power button
Use this button to turn the display on or put
the display to standby.
2
[MUTE] button
Switch the audio mute ON/OFF.
3
[INPUT] button
Choose the input source.
• Used as [
] button in the On-ScreenDisplay menu.
4
[ ] button
Increase the adjustment while OSD menu is
on, or increase the audio output level while
OSD menu is off.
5
[ ] button
Decrease the adjustment while OSD menu is
on, or decrease the audio output level while
OSD menu is off.
6
[ ] button
Move the highlight bar up to adjust the
selected item while OSD menu is on.
7
[ ] button
Move the highlight bar down to adjust the
selected item while OSD menu is on.
8
[MENU] button
Return to previous menu while OSD menu is
on, or to activate the OSD menu when OSD
menu is off.
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11
Remote control sensor and power status
indicator
• Receives command signals from the
remote control.
• Indicates the operating status of the
display without OPS:
-- Lights green when the display is turned
on
-- Lights red when the display is in standby
mode
-- Lights amber when the display enters
APM mode
-- If the light blinks red, it indicates that a
failure has been detected
-- Lights off when the main power of the
display is turned off
PARTS AND FUNCTIONS
2.2. Input/Output Terminals
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19
17
1
7
5
2
3 4
6
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9 11
8 10 12 13 15 16
1
AC IN
AC power input from the wall outlet.
13 COMPONENT
IN (BNC)
Component YPbPr video source input.
2
MAIN POWER SWITCH
Switch the main power on/off.
14 Y/CVBS
3
RS232C IN / 4 RS232C OUT
RS232C network input / output for the loopthrough function.
15 PC
5
RJ-45
LAN control function for the use of remote
control signal from control center.
16 SPEAKER
6
HDMI1 IN / 7 HDMI2 IN
HDMI video/audio input.
8
DVI IN
DVI-D video input.
9
DVI OUT / VGA OUT
DVI or VGA video output.
Video source input.
LINE IN
Audio input for VGA source (3.5mm stereo
phone).
SWITCH
Internal speaker on/off switch.
17 AUDIO
IN
Audio input from external AV device (RCA).
18 AUDIO
OUT
Audio output to external AV device.
19 USB
PORT
Connect your USB storage device.
20 SPEAKERS
OUT
Audio output to external speakers.
10 DisplayPort
IN / 11 DisplayPort OUT
DisplayPort video input / output.
21 SECURITY
LOCK
Used for security and theft prevention.
12 VGA
IN (D-Sub)
VGA video input.
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PARTS AND FUNCTIONS
2.3. Remote Control
1
[POWER] button
Turn the display on or put the display to
standby.
2.3.1 General functions
2
[PLAY] buttons
Control playback of media files.
3
1
Choose input source. Press [ ] or [ ]
button to choose from USB, Network, HDMI
1, HDMI 2, DisplayPort, DVI-D, YPbPr, AV,
] button to confirm and
or VGA. Press [
exit.
2
3
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4
5
[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] NAVIGATION buttons
Navigate through menus and choose
items.
6
7
7
16
[
] button
Confirm an entry or selection.
8
9
[ ] ADJUST button
Access currently available options, picture
and sound menus.
9
10
11
12
[LIST] button
No function.
15
6
8
[HOME] button
Access the OSD menu.
4
5
[SOURCE] button
10
[
] BACK button
Return to the previous menu page or exit
from the previous function.
10 [
] [ ] VOLUME button
Adjust volume.
11 [
13
] [MUTE] button
Press to turn the mute function on/off.
12 [
][
][
][
] COLOR buttons
Choose tasks or options.
13 [NUMERIC]
buttons
Enter text for network setting.
14 [
] FORMAT button
Change picture format.
15 [
] INFO button
Display information about current activity.
16 [
] OPTIONS button
Access currently available options, picture
and sound menus.
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PARTS AND FUNCTIONS
2.3.2 Inserting the batteries in the remote control
The remote control is powered by two 1.5V AAA batteries.
To install or replace batteries:
1. Press and then slide the cover to open it.
2. Align the batteries according to the (+)
and (–) indications inside the battery
compartment.
3. Replace the cover.
Caution:
The incorrect use of batteries can result in leaks or bursting. Be sure to follow these instructions:
• Place “AAA” batteries matching the (+) and (–) signs on each battery to the (+) and (–) signs of
the battery compartment.
• Do not mix battery types.
• Do not combine new batteries with used ones. It causes shorter life or leakage of batteries.
• Remove the dead batteries immediately to prevent them from liquid leaking in the battery
compartment. Don’t touch exposed battery acid, as it can damage your skin.
NOTE: If you do not intend to use the remote control for a long period, remove the batteries.
2.3.3 Handling the remote control
• Do not subject to strong shock.
• Do not allow water or other liquid to splash the remote control. If the remote control gets wet,
wipe it dry immediately.
• Avoid exposure to heat and steam.
• Other than to install the batteries, do not open the remote control.
2.3.4 Operating range of the remote control
Point the top of the remote control toward the
display’s remote control sensor when pressing a
button.
Use the remote control within a distance of less than
8m/26ft from the display’s sensor, and a horizontal
and vertical angle of less than 30 degrees.
NOTE: The remote control may not function
properly when the remote control sensor on the
display is under direct sunlight or strong illumination,
or when there is an obstacle in the path of signal
transmission.
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CHAPTER 3: CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT
3.1 Connecting External Equipment (DVD/VCR/VCD)
3.1.1 Using COMPONENT video input
Audio Out
COMPONENT Out
(YPbPr)
DVD / VCR / VCD
[R]
[AUDIO IN]
[L]
[COMPONENT IN]
(YPbPr)
3.1.2 Using Video Source input
Audio Out
Y/CVBS Out
[R]
[L]
DVD / VCR / VCD
[AUDIO IN]
[Y/CVBS IN]
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3.1.3 Using HDMI video input
DVD / VCR / VCD
HDMI Out
[HDMI IN]
3.2 Connecting a PC
3.2.1 Using VGA input
VGA Out
D-Sub 15 pin
Audio Out
PC
[VGA IN]
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[VGA
AUDIO IN]
CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT
3.2.2 Using DVI input
DVI Out
PC
Audio Out
[DVI IN]
[VGA AUDIO IN]
3.2.3 Using HDMI input
HDMI Out
PC
[HDMI IN]
3.2.4 Using DisplayPort input
DisplayPort Out
PC
[DisplayPort IN]
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3.3 Connecting Audio Equipment
3.3.1 Connecting external speakers
External speakers
3.3.2 Connecting an external audio device
Audio In
[AUDIO OUT]
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Stereo Amplifier
CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT
3.4 Connecting Multiple Displays in a Daisy-chain Configuration
You can interconnect multiple displays to create a daisy-chain configuration for applications such
as a video wall.
NOTE: Maximum 25 displays (5x5) can be used in a daisy-chain configuration.
3.4.1 Display control connection
Connect the [RS232C OUT] connector of DISPLAY 1 to the [RS232C IN] connector of DISPLAY 2.
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
PC
[RS-232C]
[RS-232C IN]
[RS-232C OUT]
[RS-232C IN]
3.4.2 Digital video connection
Connect the [DVI OUT / VGA OUT] connector of DISPLAY 1 to the [DVI IN] connector of DISPLAY
2.
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
PC
[DVI]
[DVI IN]
[DVI/VGA OUT]
[DVI IN]
Connect the [DP OUT] connector of DISPLAY 1 to the [DP IN] connector of DISPLAY 2.
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
PC
[DP]
[DP IN]
[DP OUT]
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[DP IN]
CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT
Connect the [DVI OUT / VGA OUT] connector of DISPLAY 1 to the [DVI IN] connector of DISPLAY
2.
DVD / VCR / VCD
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
[HDMI]
[DVI IN]
[DVI OUT / VGA OUT]
[DVI IN]
3.4.3 Analog video connection
Connect the [DVI OUT / VGA OUT] connector of DISPLAY 1 to the [VGA IN] connector of DISPLAY
2.
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
PC
[VGA]
[VGA IN]
[DVI/VGA OUT]
[VGA IN]
3.5 Wire-connecting to Network
If you connect this display to a home network, you can play photos, music and videos from your
computer. See Play multimedia files via Local Area Network (Page ) for more detail.
INTERNET
[RJ-45]
ROUTER
[RJ-45]
PC
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To setup the network:
1. Switch on the router and switch on its DHCP setting.
2. Connect the router to this display with an Ethernet cable.
3. Press [ ] HOME button to display the OSD menu.
4. Press or button to select the menu item {Network setting}. Press OK button to enter its
submenu.
5. Press , , , or number button to adjust its value. Press OK button to confirm.
NOTES: C
onnecting with a shielded CAT-5 Ethernet cable to comply with the EMC directive.
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CHAPTER 4: OPERATION
NOTE: The control button described in this section is mainly on the remote control unless
specified otherwise.
4.1 Watch the Connected Video Source
See page for external equipments connection.
1. Press [ ] SOURCE button.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose a device, then press [
]
button.
4.2 Change Picture Format
You can change the picture format to suit the video source. Each video source has its available
picture formats.
The available picture formats depend on the video source:
1. Press [ ] FORMAT button.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose a picture format, then press
[
] button.
• {Auto zoom}: Enlarge the picture to fill the screen. Recommended for minimal screen
distortion but not for HD or PC.
• {Movie expand 16:9}: Scale 4:3 format to 16:9. Not recommended for HD or PC.
• {Wide screen}: Shows wide screen format content unstretched. Not recommended for HD or
PC.
• {Unscaled}: Provide maximum detail for PC. Only available when PC mode is selected in the
{Picture} menu.
• {4:3}: Display the classic 4:3 format.
4.3 Choose your Preferred Picture Settings
1. While this display is playing video source, press [ ] ADJUST button.
] button.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose Picture style , then press [
] button:
3. Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose an option, then press [
• {Personal}: Apply your personalised picture settings.
• {Vivid}: Rich and dynamic settings, ideal for daytime viewing.
• {Natural}: Natural picture settings.
• {Standard}: Default settings that suit most environments and types of video.
• {Movie}: Ideal settings for movies.
• {Photo}: Ideal settings for photos.
• {Energy saving}: Settings that conserve the most energy.
4.4 Choose your Preferred Sound Settings
1. While this display is playing video source, press [ ] ADJUST button.
] button.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose Sound style , then press [
] button:
3. Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose an option, then press [
• {Personal}: Apply your personalised sound settings.
• {Original}: Settings that suit most environments and types of audio.
• {Movie}: Ideal settings for movies.
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OPERATION
• {Music}: Ideal settings for listening to music.
• {Game}: Ideal settings for games.
• {News}: Ideal settings for spoken audio, such as the news.
4.5 Play multimedia files via Local Area Network
To play files via Local Area Network, you will need:
• A wired home network, connected with a Universal Plug and Play (uPnP) router.
• Optional: A LAN cable that connects your display to your home network.
• A media server running on your computer.
• Appropriate settings on your computer firewall to allow you to run the media server.
4.5.1 Set up the network
1. Connect your display and the computer to the same home network. See illustration below to
connect your display to a network.
2. Switch on your computer and the router.
• Single display setup:
[RJ-45]
ROUTER
[RJ-45]
PC
• Multiple display setup:
DISPLAY 1
[RJ-45]
ROUTER
[RJ-45]
DISPLAY 2
[RJ-45]
PC
NOTE: If the apparatus does not return to DLNA mode due to external electrical disturbances
(e.g. electrostatic discharge), user intervention is required.
Set up media sharing
1. Install a media server on your computer to share media files. These are some media servers:
• For PC: Windows Media Player 11 (or higher) or TVersity
• For Mac: Twonky
2. Switch on media sharing on your computer using the media server. For more information on
how to set up the media server, refer to the website of the media server.
4.5.2 How to use DLNA-DMP
1. Please connect display and your PC to the same router via RJ-45.
2. Run windows media player. Set stream handling as public sharing.
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OPERATION
Play files from display
1. Press SOURCE button, choose network and press [
] button.
USB
Network
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Display Port
DVI-D
YPbPr
AV
VGA
2. Now, you can see all the PC’s connected to the same router on the screen. Choose the right
one.
3. Press [ ] and [ ] to choose the directory and files to play.
4. You can connect up to 4 displays to the same PC and play same media stream.
We suggest to use DLNA-DMP function via wired network for the sake of higher security and
sufficient network bandwidth.
4.5.3 How to use DLNA-DMR from PC
1. Press [
] HOME button, Choose Network Settings and press [
Picture
View network settings
Sound
Network configuration
Tiling
Static IP configuration
General settings
Digital Media Render...
Network settings
Network name
Picture
View network settings
Off
Sound
Network configuration
On
Tiling
Static IP configuration
General settings
Digital Media Render...
Network settings
Network name
2. Set DMR as ON.
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]
OPERATION
3. Set the name of your display.
Picture
View network settings
Sound
Network configuration
Tiling
Static IP configuration
General settings
Digital Media Render...
Network settings
Network name
testabc
Cancel
Done
Clear
] button.
4. Press SOURCE button, choose network and press [
5. On your PC, go to Network and Sharing Center, and click Choose homegroup and sharing
options.
6. Check the media formats. Then, click Choose media streaming options.....
7. Go to Advanced sharing settings, and check Turn on network discovery.
8. Now, go to the directory of your media files. Choose the media file by right click. On the
submenu from Play To, You can find all displays connected to your network. Choose the display,
and click the media file to play.
Play files
1. Press [ ] SOURCE button.
] button.
2. Choose Network, and press [
] button to start playing.
3. Choose a file from the content browser, and press [
4. Press the [PLAY] buttons on the remote control to control playing.
Tips:
• Choose the top bar to filter your files by type.
• Choose Sort to arrange the files by album name, artist, or other fields.
• To clear the list of offline media servers, press [ ] OPTIONS button. Then, choose Clear offline
] button.
servers and press [
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OPERATION
4.6 Play multimedia files from USB device
1. Connect your USB device to the USB port on the display.
USB
2. Press [
] SOURCE button, choose USB, and press [
] button.
USB
Network
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Display Port
DVI-D
YPbPr
AV
VGA
3. The connected USB device is detected automatically for all its playable files, which will be
automatically sorted into 3 types:
Music,
Movie, and
Photo.
4. Press [ ] BACK button to go up to the top layer in the screen. Press [ ] or [ ] button to
] button to enter its play list.
choose the file type. Press [
] button to start playing.
5. Choose the file you want. Press [
6. Follow the on-screen instruction to control the play option.
7. Press [PLAY] buttons (H F G I J) to control playing.
4.7 Play options
4.7.1 Playing music files
1. Choose
Music in the top bar.
Music
2. Choose one music track, and press [
] button.
• To play all the tracks in a folder, choose one music file. Then, press [
] to Play All.
• To skip to the next or previous track, press [ ] or [ ] button.
] button. Press [
] button again to resume playback.
• To pause the track, press [
• To skip backward or forward 10 seconds, press [ ] or [ ] button.
• To search backward or forward, press [G] or [J] button, press repeatedly to toggle between
different speeds.
• To stop the music, press [H] button.
Music options
While you play music, press [ ] OPTIONS button, then press [
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] button to choose an option:
OPERATION
• {Shuffle}: Enable or disable random play of tracks.
• {Repeat}: Choose {Repeat} to play a track or an album repeatedly, or choose {Play once} to play
a track once.
NOTE: To view information about a song (for example, title, artist or duration), choose the song,
then press [ ] INFO button. To hide the information, press [ ] INFO button again.
4.7.2 Playing movie files
1. Choose
Movie in the top bar.
Movie
2. Choose a video, and press [
] button.
] to Play All.
• To play all the videos in a folder, choose one video file. Then, press [
] button. Press [
] button again to resume playback.
• To pause the video, press [
• To skip backward or forward 10 seconds, press [ ] or [ ] button.
• To search backward or forward, press [G] or [J] button, press repeatedly to toggle between
different speeds.
• To stop the video, press [H] button.
Movie options
While playing video, press [ ] OPTIONS button, then press [
] button to choose an option:
• {Subtitles}: Choose the available subtitle settings.
• {Subtitle Language}: Choose the language for subtitles if available.
• {Shuffle}: Enable or disable random play of video files.
• {Repeat}: Choose {Repeat} to play the video file repeatedly or
{Play once} to play the video file once.
• {Status}: To view information about a video (for example, played position, duration, title, or date).
4.7.3 Playing photo files
1. Choose
Photo in the top bar.
2. Choose a photo thumbnail, then press
Photo
] button.
Start a slideshow
If there are multiple photos in a folder, choose a photo. Then, press
] to Play All.
[
• To skip to the previous or next photo, press [ ] or [ ] button, and then press [
] button.
• To stop the slideshow, press [H] button.
Slideshow options
While you play a slideshow, press [ ] OPTIONS button, then press [
] button to choose an
option:
• {Shuffle}: Enable or disable random display of pictures in the slideshow.
• {Repeat}: Choose {Repeat} to watch a slideshow repeatedly or
{Play once} to watch once.
• {Slideshow Time}: Choose the displaying time for each photo in the slideshow.
• {Slideshow Transitions}: Choose the transition from one photo to the next.
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Using the remote control:
1. Press [ ] HOME button to display the OSD menu.
2. Press [ ] [ ] [ ] or [ ] button to choose Picture, sound, Tiling, General Settings or Network
] button to enter.
settings. Press [
] button to
3. Press [ ] [ ] [ ] or [ ] button to choose its menu item or to adjust its value. Press [
confirm.
4. Press [ ] BACK button to go back to the previous menu layer.
5. Press [
] HOME button to exit the OSD menu.
Using the display’s control buttons
MUTE INPUT
1. Press [
2. Press [ ] [
3. Press [
4. Press [
MENU
] button to display the OSD menu.
] [ ] or [ ] button to choose menu item or adjust its value.
] button to confirm menu selection and enter its submenu.
] button to exit the OSD menu.
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5.1 Settings
5.1.1 Picture
Picture
Picture style
Sound
Restore style
Tiling
Backlight
General settings
Colour
Network settings
Sharpness
Noise reduction
MPEG artifact reducti...
Digital Crystal Clear
Advanced
Game or computer
Foramat and edges
Picture style
Choose a predefined picture setting.
Restore style
Restore the last-selected predefined picture setting.
Backlight
Adjust the brightness of this display’s backlight.
Colour
Adjust the colour saturation of the picture.
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the picture.
Noise reduction
Choose the amount of noise reduction for the picture.
MPEG artifact reduction
Smoothen transitions and haziness in the digital picture.
Digital Crystal Clear
Fine-tune each pixel to match surrounding pixels and produce a brilliant, high-definition image.
• {Advanced sharpness}: Enable superior sharpness, especially on lines and contours in the
picture.
• {Dynamic contrast}: Dynamically enhance the details in the dark, medium and light areas of
the picture.
• {Colour enhancement}: Dynamically enhance the vividness and details of colours
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Advanced
Access advanced settings such as gamma, tint, video contrast and so on.
• {Gamma}: Adjust the non-linear setting for picture luminance and contrast.
• {Tint}: Change the colour balance.
• {Custom tint}: Customise colour balance setting. Only available if {Tint}  {Custom} is
chosen.
• {Video contrast}: Adjust video contrast.
• {Brightness}: Adjust screen brightness.
• {Hue}: Adjust screen hue.
Game or computer
When viewing content from a connected game console, choose {Game} to apply game settings.
When a computer is connected through HDMI, choose {Computer}.
Make sure that {Format and edges}  {Picture format}  {Unscaled} is selected so as to view
maximum detail.
Format and edges
• {Picture format}: Change the picture format.
See page for the descriptions about Picture format.
5.1.2 Sound
Picture
Sound style
Sound
Restore style
Tiling
Bass
General settings
Treble
Network settings
Balance
Surround mode
Audio out
Advanced
Sound style
Access predefined sound settings.
Restore style
Restore the last-selected predefined sound setting.
Bass
Adjust to increase or decrease lower-pitched sounds.
Treble
Adjust to increase or decrease higher-pitched sounds.
Balance
Adjust to emphasize left or right audio output balance.
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Surround mode
Enhance your audio experience.
Audio out
Adjust audio output volume.
Advanced
Access advanced settings to enhance your audio experience.
• {Auto volume leveling}: Enable the reduction of sudden volume changes.
• {Speaker settings}: Turn on or off the internal speakers.
• {Clear sound}: Enhance sound quality.
• {Audio out format}: Choose the type of audio output through the digital audio output
connector. (HDMI only)
• {Audio out delay}: Automatically sync the image on this display to the audio from a connected
home theatre.
• {Audio out offset}: Adjust the setting for audio output delay. Available if {Audio out delay} is
switched on.
5.1.3 Tiling
Picture
Enable
Sound
H monitors
Tiling
V monitors
General settings
Position
Network settings
Frame comp.
With this function you can create a single large-screen matrix (video wall) that consists of up to 100
sets of this display (up to 10-sets on the vertical and 10-sets on the horizontal sides).
Enable
Choose to {On} or {Off} the Tiling function. If {On}, the display will apply the settings in {H
monitors}, {V monitors}, {Position}, and
{Frame comp.}.
H monitors
Adjust displays on the horizontal side.
V monitors
Adjust displays on the vertical side.
Position
Adjust the position of this display in the screen matrix.
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Example: 2 x 2 screen matrix (4 displays)
H monitors = 2 displays
V monitors = 2 displays
V monitors
H monitors
1
2
3
4
Position
Example: 5 x 5 screen matrix (25 displays)
H monitors = 5 displays
V monitors = 5 displays
V monitors
H monitors
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
7
12
8
13
9
14
10
15
16
21
17
22
18
23
19
24
20
25
Position
Frame comp.
Choose to turn the frame compensation function on or off. If selected {On}, the display will adjust
the image to compensate for the width of the display bezels in order to accurately display the
image.
5.1.4 General settings
Picture
Menu language
Sound
Monitor ID
Tiling
Auto search
General settings
Clock
Network settings
Scheduling
Sleep timer
EasyLink
Local KB lock
RC lock
Pixel shift
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Menu language
Choose language used for OSD menus.
Monitor ID
Adjust the ID number for controlling the display via the RS232C connection. Each display must
have a unique ID number when multiple sets of this display are connected. Monitor ID number
range is between 1 to 255. The default setting is 1.
Auto search
Choose to let this display detect and display available signal sources automatically.
Clock
Set the current date and time for the display’s internal clock.
Scheduling
This function allows you to program up to 7 different scheduled time intervals for this display to
activate.
You can set:
• Which input source the display will use for each scheduled activation period.
• The time for the display to turn on and turn off.
• The days in a week for the display to activate.
NOTE:
• We recommend you to set up current date and time in the {Clock} menu before using this
function.
• After changing the {Clock} option in the {General settings} menu, you need to set this
{Scheduling} again.
Picture
Menu language
Sound
Monitor ID
Tiling
Auto search
General settings
Clock
Network settings
Scheduling
Sleep timer
EasyLink
Local KB lock
RC lock
Pixel shift
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1. There are 7 schedule can be set. Go to Status and choose On.
Schedule 1
Status
Off
Schedule 2
Source
On
Schedule 3
On time
Schedule 4
Off time
Schedule 5
Repeat modes
Schedule 6
Playlist setting
Schedule 7
2. Go to Source and choose input source. If {Source}  {USB} is chosen. You need to set playlist.
Schedule 1
Status
USB
Schedule 2
Source
HDMI 1
Schedule 3
On time
HDMI 2
Schedule 4
Off time
DisplayPort
Schedule 5
Repeat modes
DVI-D
Schedule 6
Playlist setting
YPbPr
Schedule 7
AV
VGA
3. Set On time.
Schedule 1
Status
Schedule 2
Source
Schedule 3
On time
Schedule 4
Off time
Schedule 5
On6 time
Schedule
Repeat modes
Schedule 7
Playlist setting
00 : 00
Cancel
Done
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4.Set Off time.
Schedule 1
Status
Schedule 2
Source
Schedule 3
On time
Schedule 4
Off time
Schedule 5
ScheduleOff
6 time
Repeat modes
Playlist setting
14 : 00
Schedule 7
Cancel
Done
5. Go to Repeat modes and choose.
Schedule 1
Status
No repeat
Schedule 2
Source
Every Sunday
Schedule 3
On time
Every Monday
Schedule 4
Off time
Every Tuesday
Schedule 5
Repeat modes
Every Wednesday
Schedule 6
Playlist setting
Every Thursday
Schedule 7
Every Friday
Every Saturday
6. If {Source}  {USB} is chosen. Go to Playlist setting.
0001/0002
Photo
Photo
Video
Options
Exit
-- Press [ ] [ ] buttons to choose files.
-- Press [ ] [ ] buttons to switch Playlist and File Manager.
-- Press [
] button to set or clear the playlist.
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] and choose Save list.
7. To save the playlist, press [
Photo
0004/0004
\media\photo
[..]
Photo
Sort
Movie.avi
Media Type
Photo1.jpg
Recursive Parser
Photo2.jpg
Save list
Photo3.jpg
Options
Exit
NOTE:
• Each Playlist supports up to 30 files.
• Playlist will not be cleared after {Factory settings}. You have to manually remove the files or
delete usb_schedulinglist.txt in the USB.
Sleep timer
Switch off this display after a specified time.
EasyLink
Connect and control your HDMI-CEC compliant devices through HDMI port to this display with the
same remote control.
Auto adjust
Use this function to automatically optimize the display of VGA input image.
NOTE: This item is functional for VGA input only.
Local KB lock
Choose to enable or disable the keyboard (control buttons) function of the display.
• {Unlock}: Enable the keyboard function.
• {Lock all}: Lock all keyboard function.
• {Lock but volume}: Disable all the keyboard function except the
[ ] and [ ] button.
• {Lock but power}: Disable all the keyboard function except the
[ ] button.
• {Lock all expect volume and power}: Disable all the keyboard function except the [ ], [ ]
and[[ ] button:
RC lock
Choose to enable or disable the button function of the remote control.
• {Unlock}: Enable the keyboard function.
• {Lock all}: Lock all keyboard function.
• {Lock but volume}: Disable all the keyboard function except the
[ ] and [ ] button.
• {Lock but power}: Disable all the keyboard function except the
[ ] POWER button.
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• {Lock all expect volume and power}: Disable all the keyboard function except the [ ] [ ] and [ ]
POWER button:
NOTE:
To disable the lock function from Local KB lock or
-RC lock item, press buttons [ ] and 1 9 9 8 on the remote control.
Pixel shift
For video input sources, you may choose {On} to move the screen image automatically to protect
the display from “burn-in” or “after-image” symptoms 30 seconds after not operating the display.
Smart power
Choose a backlight level to optimise dynamic power consumption and picture contrast.
The options are: {Off}, {Standard}, {Best Power}, {Best Picture}.
Wake on lan
Choose {On} and you can turn on the display by network.
Switch on state
Choose the display status used for the next time you connect the power cord.
• {On} - The display will turn on when the power cord is connected to a wall outlet.
• {Standby} - The display will remain Standby when the power cord is connected to a wall outlet.
• {Last status} - The display will return to the previous power status (on/off/standby) when
removing and replacing the power cord.
LED
Choose {Off} to turn off the indicator.
Switch on delay
Adjust the power-on delaying time (in seconds) allows a sequential powering-on for each display
by their ID number when multiple displays are connected.
APM
Choose {On}. Then, when no signal, the display will automatically turn off.
Information OSD
When you press [ ] POWER button to turn on the display from standby mode or change the input
signal, the information OSD is displayed on the upper left corner of the screen.
Choose {Off} to turn off this function.
DisplayPort Ver.:
Choose Display Port Version 1.1a or 1.2.
Factory settings
Reset all your customized settings to the factory defaults.
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5.2 Network Settings
1. Press [
] HOME
button, choose Network Settings and press [
Picture
View network settings
Sound
Network configuration
Tiling
Static IP configuration
General settings
Digital Media Render...
Network settings
Network name
]
button.
View network settings
View connected network status.
Network Configuration
{Network configuration}: Choose how this display should assign addresses to the network
resources.
The user can choose {DHCP & Auto IP} (suggested) or {Static IP}.
Static IP Configuration
Define {IP address}, {Netmask}, {Gateway}, {DNS1}, and {DNS2} for this display. If {Network
settings}  {Static IP} is chosen.
Digital Media Renderer - DMR
Receive multimedia files from the connected device by your network.
Network name
In the multiple-display connection, you can rename each display for easy identification.
Use the on-screen keyboard or the remote control keypad to enter the name.
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CHAPTER 6: USB DEVICE COMPATIBILITY
6.1 USB device compatibility
USB Video Subtitle Formats (for language subtitles, etc.)
File
Extensions
Container
.mpg
mpeg
PS
.vob
.ts
Max. Frame
Max. Bit
Rate (fps)
Rate (Mbps)
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
MPEG-2
MPEG-4
ASP
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
AAC/HE-AAC(v1&v2),
H.264
1920x1080
MPEG-2
MPEG-4
ASP
1920x1080
60p,60i
25p,30p,50i,60i
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
H.264
1920x1080
Video
codec
Maximum resolution
MPEG-1
TS
MPEG-2
MPEG-4
ASP
.m2ts
.mts
H.264
MaTS
TTS
.mt2
AVCHD
.mts
MPEG-2
MPEG-4
ASP
H.264
AVCHD
MVC
.mts
.m4v
.ism/
Manifest
.mpd
30
30
1920x1080p@frame
rate=24, 25,30Hz
AC3,E-AC3,
-
30
1280x720p@frame
rate=50, 60Hz
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
25p,30p,50p,
1920x1080
60p,60i
1920x1080p @ frame
rate=24, 25,30Hz
30
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
AC3,E-AC3,
30
Dolby Pulse
1280x720p @ frame
rate=50, 60Hz
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
25p,30p,50p,
1920x1080
60p,60i
1920x1080p@frame
rate=24, 25,30Hz
1920x1080
H.264
1920x1080
30
-
30
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
Dolby Pulse
60p,60i
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Dolby Pulse
AC3,E-AC3,
60p,60i
25p,30p,50p,
1280x720p @ frame
rate=50, 60Hz
AC3,E-AC3,
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
25p,30p,50p,
1920x1080p@frame
rate=24, 25,30Hz
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
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AAC
30
1920x1080i@field
rate=50, 60Hz
MVC
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
-
H.264
frag MP4
Dolby Pulse
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
1280x720p @ frame
rate=50, 60Hz
M4V
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
1920x1080i@field
rate=50, 60Hz
.ts
.m2ts
60p,60i
DVD-PCM,AC3
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1920x1080i @ field
rate=50, 60Hz
MVC
.ts
.m2ts
25p,30p,50p,
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
30
1920x1080i@field
rate=50, 60Hz
MVC
.ts
25p,30p,50p,
Audio codec
AAC/HE-AAC(v1&v2),
AC3,E-AC3,WMA,
-
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WMA-PRO
USB DEVICE COMPATIBILITY
File
Extensions
Container
Video
codec
MPEG-4
ASP
H.264
.mp4
MP4
MVC
Max. Frame
Max. Bit
Rate (fps)
Rate (Mbps)
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
Maximum resolution
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080i@field
rate=50, 60Hz
30
AAC/HE-AAC(v1&v2),
1920x1080p@frame
rate=24, 25,30Hz
-
30
1920x1080
30p,60i
30
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
AC3,E-AC3,WMA,
WMA-PRO
1280x720p @ frame
rate=50, 60Hz
.mkv
.mk3d
WMV9/
VC1
MPEG-4
ASP
MKV
H.264
Audio codec
1920x1080
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
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AC3,E-AC3, WMA,
WMA-PRO
USB Multimedia Formats
Frequency
Max.Bit Rate
-
(kHz)
48
(Mbps)
384
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3
-
-
48
192
WMA
-
-
96
192
768
768
WMA,WMA Pro
LPCM
LPCM
-
-
192
768
LPCM
AAC
-
-
48
1024
AAC,HEAAC(v1&v2)
Playlists
-
-
-
-
-
M4A
-
-
48
1024
AAC,HEAAC(v1&v2)
File Extensions
Container
.mp3
.wma
MP3
WMA
.asf
.wma
.wav(PC)
.aif(mac)
(V2 up to V9.2)
WMA Pro
LPCM
.aiff(mac)
.aac
.mp4
.m4a
.pls
.m3u
.m4a
Video
codec
Maximum
resolution
-
Audio codec
USB Photo file format type: JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
NOTE: • Sound or video may not work if the contents have a standard bit rate/frame rate above the
compatible Frame/sec listed in the table above.
• Video content with a Bit rate or Frame rate larger than the rate specified in the table above can
cause choppy video during playback.
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CHAPTER 7: INPUT MODE
VGA Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
VGA
Active Resolution
H Pixels
640
V Lines
480
WVGA
720
400
SVGA
800
600
XGA
1024
768
WXGA
1280
WXGA
SXGA
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
60 Hz
25.175 MHz
72 Hz
31.5 MHz
75 Hz
31.5 MHz
70 Hz
33.75 MHz
60 Hz
40 MHz
75 Hz
49.5 MHz
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
4:3
Video Graphic Array
16:9
Wide Video Graphic
Array
4:3
Super VGA
4:3
Extended Graphic
Array
Wide XGA
60 Hz
65 MHz
75 Hz
78.75 MHz
768
60 Hz
79.5 MHz
5:3
1280
800
60 Hz
79.5 MHz
16:10
Wide XGA
1280
960
60 Hz
108 MHz
4:3
Super XGA
SXGA
1280
1024
60 Hz
108 MHz
5:4
Super XGA
WXGA
1360
768
60 Hz
85.5 MHz
16:9
Wide XGA
WXGA
1366
768
60 Hz
85.5 MHz
16:9
Wide XGA
UXGA
1600
1200
60 Hz
162 MHz
4:3
Ultra XGA
HD1080
1920
1080
60 Hz
148.5 MHz
16:9
HD1080
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
29.97 Hz
13.5 MHz
59.94 Hz
27 MHz
4:3
Modified NTSC
Standard
25 Hz
13.5 MHz
50 Hz
27 MHz
4:3
Modified PAL Standard
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
74.25 MHz
16:9
Normally DVB Mode
74.25 MHz
16:9
Normally ATSC Mode
148.5 MHz
16:9
Normally ATSC Mode
SDTV Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
480i
480p
576i
576p
Active Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720
480
720
576
HDTV Resolution:
Active Resolution
Standard
Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720p
1280
720
1080i
1920
1080
1080p
1920
1080
50 Hz
60 Hz
25 Hz
30 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
• The PC text quality is optimum in HD 1080 mode (1920 x 1080, 60Hz).
• Your PC display screen might appear different depending on the manufacturer (and your
particular version of Windows).
• Check your PC instruction book for information about connecting your PC to a display.
• If a vertical and horizontal frequency-select mode exists, select 60Hz (vertical) and 31.5KHz
(horizontal). In some cases, abnormal signals (such as stripes) might appear on the screen
when the PC power is turned off (or if the PC is disconnected). If so, press the [INPUT] button to
enter the video mode. Also, make sure that the PC is connected.
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INPUT MODE
• When horizontal synchronous signals seem irregular in RGB mode, check PC power saving
mode or cable connections.
• The display settings table complies to the IBM/VESA standards, and based on the analog input.
• The DVI support mode is regarded as same to the PC support mode.
• The best timing for the vertical frequency to each mode is 60Hz.
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CHAPTER 8: PIXEL DEFECT POLOCY
We strive to deliver the highest quality products and use some of the industry’s most advanced
manufacturing processes whilst practicing stringent quality control. However, pixel or sub-pixel
defects on the PDP / TFT panels used in Plasma- & LCD- displays are sometimes unavoidable.
No manufacturer can guarantee that all panels will be free from pixel defects, but we guarantee
that any Plasma- & LCD- displays with an unacceptable number of defects will be repaired during
the warranty period in line with your local guarantee conditions.
This notice explains the different types of pixel defects and defines the acceptable defect level
for the LCD screen. In order to qualify for repair under warranty, the number of pixel defects must
exceed a certain level as shown in the reference table. If the LCD screen is within specification a
warranty exchange / claim back will be refused. Additionally, because some types or combinations
of pixel defects are more noticeable than others, We set even higher quality standards for those.
8.1 Pixels and Sub-Pixels
subpixel
pixel
A pixel, or picture element, is composed of three sub-pixels
in the primary colors of red, green and blue. Many pixels
together form an image. When all sub-pixels of a pixel
are lit, the three colored sub-pixels together appear as a
single white pixel. When all are dark, the three colored
sub-pixels together appear as a single black pixel. Other
combinations of lit and dark sub-pixels appear as single
pixels of other colors.
8.2 Types of Pixel Defects + Dot Definition
Pixel and sub-pixel defects appear on the screen in different ways. There are three categories of
pixel defects and several types of sub-pixel defects within each category.
Dot definition = What is a defective “Dot”? :
One or more defective, adjacent sub-pixel are defined as one “dot”. The no. of defective sub-pixels
are not relevant to define a defective dot. This means that a defective dot can consist of one, two
or three defective sub-pixels which can be dark or lit.
R G B
One dot = One Pixel; consists of three sub-pixels of Red, Green, and Blue.
8.3 Bright Dot Defects
Bright dot defects appear as pixels or sub-pixels that are always lit or “on”. These are the examples
of bright dot defects:
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One lit red, green or blue sub
pixel
Two adjacent lit sub pixels:
Red + Blue = Purple
Three adjacent lit sub pixels
(one white pixel)
Red + Green = Yellow
Green + Blue = Cyan (Light
Blue)
8.4 Dark Dot Defects
Black dot defects appear as pixels or sub-pixels that are always dark or “off”. These are the
examples of black dot defects:
One dark dot
Two adjacent dark dots = 1
pair of dark dots
Two dark dots, specifications
defines the minimum distance
between dark dots
8.5 Proximity of Pixel Defects
Because pixel and sub-pixels defects of the same type that are nearby one another may be more
noticeable, We also specifie tolerances for the proximity of pixel defects. In the table below you can
find specifications about:
• Allowed amount of adjacent dark dots = (adjacent dark dots =1 pair of dark dots)
• Minimum distance between dark dots
• Total no. of all defective dots
8.6 Pixel Defect Tolerances
In order to qualify for repair due to pixel defects during the warranty period, a PDP / TFT panel in a
Plasma / LCD- display must have pixel or sub-pixel defects exceeding the tolerances listed in the
following table.
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PIXEL DEFECT POLOCY
BRIGHT DOT EFFECT
1 lit sub pixel
BLACK DOT EFFECT
1 dark sub pixel
TOTAL DOT DEFECTS OF ALL TYPES
ACCEPTABLE LEVEL
2
ACCEPTABLE LEVEL
10
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NOTE: * 1 or 2 adjacent sub pixel defects = 1 dot defect
8.7MURA
Dark spots or patches may occasionally appear on some liquid crystal display (LCD) panels. This
is known within the industry as Mura, which is a Japanese term for “unevenness.” It is used to
describe an irregular pattern or area in which uneven screen uniformity appears under certain
conditions. Mura is a result of the deterioration of the liquid crystal alignment layer and is most
commonly caused by long-term operation under high ambient temperatures. It is an industry- wide
phenomenon and Mura is not repairable. It is also not covered by our warranty terms.
Mura has been around since the introduction of LCD technology and with screens getting bigger
and in operation 24/7, many displays are running in low light conditions. This all adds to the
possibility of Mura affecting displays.
HOW TO SPOT MURA
There are many symptoms of Mura and also multiple causes. Several of these are listed below:
• Impurities or foreign particles in the crystal matrix
• Uneven distribution of LCD matrix during manufacturing
• Non-uniform luminance distribution of the backlight
• Panel assembly induced stress
• Flaws within the LCD cells
• Thermal induced stress - high temperature operation over long periods of time
HOW TO AVOID MURA
Although we can not guarantee the complete eradication of Mura every time, in general the
appearance of Mura can be minimized by these methods:
• Lower the backlight brightness
• Use a screen saver
• Reduce the ambient temperature around the unit
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CHAPTER 9: CLEANING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
9.1Cleaning
Caution When Using the Display
• Do not bring your hands, face or objects close to the ventilation holes of the display. The top
of the display is usually very hot due to the high temperature of exhaust air being released
through the ventilation holes. Burns or personal injuries may occur if any body parts are
brought too close. Placing any object near the top of the display could also result in heat
related damage to the object as well as the display itself.
• Be sure to disconnect all cables before moving the display. Moving the display with its cables
attached may damage the cables and thus cause fire or electric shock.
• Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet as a safety precaution before carrying out any
type of cleaning or maintenance procedure.
Front Panel Cleaning Instructions
• The front of the display has been specially treated. Wipe the surface gently using only a
cleaning cloth or a soft, lint-free cloth.
• If the surface becomes dirty, soak a soft, lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution. Wring the
cloth to remove excess liquid. Wipe the surface of the display to remove dirt. Then use a dry
cloth of the same type to dry.
• Do not scratch or hit the surface of the panel with fingers or hard objects of any kind.
• Do not use volatile substances such as insert sprays, solvents and thinners.
Cabinet Cleaning Instructions
• If the cabinet becomes dirty, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry cloth.
• If the cabinet is extremely dirty, soak a lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution. Wring the
cloth to remove as much moisture as possible. Wipe the cabinet. Use another dry cloth to
wipe over until the surface is dry.
• Do not allow any water or detergent to come into contact with the surface of the display. If
water or moisture gets inside the unit, operating problems, electrical and shock hazards may
result.
• Do not scratch or hit the cabinet with fingers or hard objects of any kind.
• Do not use volatile substances such as insert sprays, solvents and thinners on the cabinet.
• Do not place anything made from rubber or PVC near the cabinet for any extended periods of
time.
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9.2Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
No picture is displayed
1. The power cord is disconnected. 1. Plug in the power cord.
2. Make sure the power switch is
2. The main power switch on
switched on.
the back of the display is not
switched on.
3. Connect a signal connection to the
display.
3. The selected input has no
connection.
4. The display is in standby mode.
Interference displayed on the
Caused by surrounding electrical
display or audible noise is heard appliances or fluorescent lights.
Move the display to another location
to see is the interference is reduced.
Color is abnormal
The signal cable is not connected
properly.
Make sure that the signal cable is
attached firmly to the back of the
display.
Picture is distorted with
abnormal patterns
1. The signal cable is not connected 1. Make sure that the signal cable is
properly.
attached firmly.
2. The input signal is beyond the
2. Check the video signal source
capabilities of the display.
to see if it is beyond the range
of the display. Please verify its
specifications with this display’s
specification section.
Display image doesn’t fill up the 1. The zoom mode is not set
full size of the screen
correctly.
2. Scan Mode may be set
incorrectly to underscan.
3. If the image exceeds the screen
size, Scan Mode may need to be
set to Underscan.
Use the Zoom mode or Custom
zoom function in the Screen menu to
fine tune display geometry and time
frequency parameter.
Can hear sound, but no picture
Improperly connected source signal
cable.
Make sure that both video inputs and
sound inputs are correctly connected.
Can see picture but no sound is 1. Improperly connected source
heard
signal cable.
2. Volume is turned all the way
down.
3. {Mute} is turned on.
4. No external speaker connected.
1. Make sure that both video inputs
and sound inputs are correctly
connected.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to hear
sound.
3. Switch MUTE off by using the [ ]
button.
4. Connect external speakers and
adjust the volume to a suitable
level.
Some picture elements do not
light up
This display is manufactured using
an extremely high level of precision
technology: however, sometimes
some pixels of the display may not
display. This is not a malfunction.
Some pixels of the display may not
turn on.
After-Images can still be seen
A still picture is displayed for an over
on the display after the display extended period of time
is powered off. (Examples of
still pictures include logos, video
games, computer images, and
images displayed in 4:3 normal
mode)
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Do not allow a still image to be
displayed for an extended period of
time as this can cause a permanent
after-image to remain on the display.
CHAPTER 10: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Display
Screen Size (Active Area)
Aspect Ratio
Number of pixels
Pixel pitch
Displayable colors
Brightness (typical)
Contrast ratio (typical)
Viewing angle
PM-65
1428.48 (H)x 803.52 (V) [mm](64.5’’ diagonal)
16:9
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
0.744 (H) x 0.744 (V) [mm]
1.07G colors (8bit + FRC)
350 cd/m2
5000:1
176 degrees
In/Out Terminals
PM-65
Speaker Output
Internal Speakers 10W (L) + 10W (R) [RMS]/8Ω
External Speakers 1 Way 1 Speaker System
Audio Output
Audio Input
RS232C
RJ-45
HDMI Input
DVI-D Input
VGA Input
DVI-I (DVI-D &
VGA) Output
Phone Jack x 1
RCA Jack x 1
3.5 mm Stereo x 1
2.5mm Phone
jack x 2
RJ-45 Jack x 1 (8
pin)
HDMI Jack x 2
(Type A) (19 pin)
DVI-D jack
D-Sub Jack x 1
(15 pin)
RS232C in/RS232C out
10/100 LAN Port
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ),
SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
DVI-I Jack x 1 (30 Digital RGB: TMDS (Video)
pin)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ),
SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
Component Input
BNC Jack x 3
Video Input
BNC x 1
(Share with
Component_Y)
Displayport Jack
x2
(20 pin)
Displayport in/out
82 dB/W/M/160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Y: 1V [p-p] (75Ω), Pb: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), Pr: 0.7V [p-p]
(75Ω)
MAX: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Composite 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Power Supply
Power Consumption (Max)
Power Consumption (typ.)
Power Consumption (Standby & Off)
Dimensions [W x H x D]
Weight
Gross Weight
PM-65
AC 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
170 W
128 W
<0.5W (RS232 in active)
1450.9 x 828.9 x 61.5 mm (Rear Cover)/68.8 (Handle)
36.2 Kg
45.9 Kg
Environmental Condition
Temperature
Operational
Storage
Humidity
Operational
Storage
Altitude
Operational
Storage /
Shipment
PM-65
0 ~ 40°C
-20 ~ 60°C
20 ~ 80% RH (No condensation)
5 ~ 95% RH (No condensation)
0 ~ 5,000 m
0 ~ 9,000 m
Internal Speaker
Type
Input
Impedance
Output Sound Pressure
Frequency Response
PM-65
1 Way 1 Speaker
10 W (RMS)
8Ω
82 dB/W/M
160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
Note: All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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