Samsung | 460EXn | Samsung Large Format Display 550EXn Quick Guide

LCD DISPLAY
quick start guide
400EX(n) 460EX(n) 550EX(n)
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Introduction
Package Contents
Note
Please make sure the following items are included with your LCD Display.
If any items are missing, contact your dealer.
Contact a local dealer to buy optional items.
Note
This stand is not for the Floor Standing Type.
Checking the Contents of the Package
Remove the lock from the package box, as shown in the figure above.
Lift up the package box by Check the contents of the
holding the grooves on
package.
both sides of the package
box.
Remove the Styrofoam
and vinyl cover.
Note
•
After unpacking the package, make sure to check the contents of the package.
•
Make sure to keep the package box for transporting the product in the future.
•
After unpacking, you may use the lower part of the package box as a temporary stand for
product test or operation check.
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Unpacking
LCD Display
Manuals
Quick Setup Guide
Warranty Card
User's Guide
(Not available in all locations)
MagicInfo Software CD,
MagicInfo Manual CD
(Applicable to the EXn
model only)
Cables
Power Cord
D-Sub Cable
Remote Control
Batteries (AAA X 2)
HOLDER-WIRE 2EA
(BP59-00138A)
(Not available in all locations)
(BN61-05373A)
Others
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Sold separately
LAN Cable
USB Cable
RGB to BNC Cable
(Applicable to the EXn
model only)
RGB to Component Cable
Network Box
RGB to AV Cable
(Applicable to the EX model only)
Wall Mount KIT
Your LCD Display
Front
SOURCE button
Switches from PC mode to Video mode. Selects the input source that an
external device is connected to.
[PC] → [AV] → [Component] → [HDMI] → [MagicInfo]
Note
For an EX model,
•
MagicInfo can only be enabled when a network box is connected.
•
The HDMI port and network box cannot be connected at the same time.
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(Power) button
Use this button for turning the LCD Display on and off.
Brightness Sensor
Automatically detects the surrounding brightness.
Power indicator
Shows PowerSaver mode by blinking green
Note
See PowerSaver described in the manual for further information regarding
power saving functions. For energy conservation, turn your LCD Display
OFF when it is not needed or when leaving it unattended for long periods.
Remote Control Sensor
Aim the remote control towards this spot on the LCD Display.
Rear
Note
For detailed information concerning cable connections, refer to Connecting Cables under
Setup. The LCD Display's configuration at the back may vary slightly depending on the model.
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POWER S/W ON [ │ ] / OFF
Switches the LCD Display On/Off.
POWER
The power cord plugs into the LCD Display
and the wall outlet.
Note
Applicable to the EXn
model only.
CMOS CLEAR
Resets MagicInfo.
USB 1 / 2 / 3 (USB Connection Terminal )
Keyboard / Mouse, Mass Storage Device
Compatible.
LAN (LAN Connection Terminal)
Connects to a LAN cable to allow Internet or
network access in MagicInfo mode.
RGB OUT
MagicInfo video output port
RS232C OUT / IN (RS232C Serial
PORT)
MDC(Multiple Display Control) Program Port
RJ 45 MDC (MDC PORT)
MDC(Multiple Display Control) Program Port
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HDMI IN
•
Connect the HDMI terminal at the back of
your LCD Display to the HDMI terminal of
your digital output device using a HDMI
cable.
•
Up to HDMI 1.0 can be supported.
DVI OUT(LOOPOUT)
•
Connect a monitor to another monitor
through a DVI, DVI to HDMI cable.
•
Connect the [DVI OUT(LOOPOUT)] port
on the monitor to the [HDMI IN] port on
the other monitor using the DVI to HDMI
cable.
•
HDMI and network signals sent via the
[DVI OUT(LOOPOUT)] port are displayed on the second display which has
the DVI IN port.
Note
A maximum of 6 monitors can be connected
to DVI-Loopout. However, up to 10 monitors
can be connected in Full HD mode
depending on the type of cable or signal
equipment connected.
RGB / COMPONENT / AV IN
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Connect the [RGB/COMPONENT/AV IN]
port of the product to the RGB port of the
PC using the D-SUB cable.
•
Connect the [RGB / COMPONENT / AV
IN] port on the monitor to the Component
port on the external device using the RGB
to Component cable.
•
Connect the [RGB / COMPONENT / AV
IN] port on the monitor to the BNC port on
the PC using the RGB to BNC cable.
•
Connect the [RGB / COMPONENT / AV
IN] port on the monitor to the AV port on
the external device using the RGB to AV
cable.
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AUDIO IN
Connect the [AUDIO IN] port on the monitor
to the audio output port on the PC or on the
external device using an audio cable.
AUDIO OUT
Connect a headphone or an External speaker.
Note
The [AUDIO OUT] port is only supported for
460EX(n) and 550EX(n) models.
Kensington Lock
A Kensington Lock is an anti-theft device that
enables users to lock the product so that they
can safely use it in public locations. Since the
shape and usage of the locking device may
differ depending on the model and the manufacturer, refer to the User Manual supplied
with the locking device for more information.
Note
You must purchase the Kensington Lock
separately.
To lock the product, follow these
steps:
1.
Wrap the Kensington lock cable around
a large, stationary object such as a desk
or chair.
2.
Slide the end of the cable with the lock
attached through the looped end of the
Kensington lock cable.
3.
Insert the locking device into the Kensington slot on the Monitor (
4.
Lock the lock (
).
).
Note
•
These are general instructions. For exact
instructions, see the User Manual supplied with the locking device.
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You can purchase the locking device
from an electronics store, an online shop,
or our service center.
Note
See Connecting Cables for further information regarding cable connections.
Remote Control
Note
The performance of the remote control may be affected by a TV or other electronic device
operating near the LCD Display , causing a malfunction due to interference with the frequency.
POWER
OFF
Number Buttons
DEL
/ GUIDE button
+ VOL SOURCE
D.MENU
TOOLS
Up-Down Left-Right buttons
INFO
COLOR BUTTONS
TTX/MIX
MTS/DUAL
ENTER/PRE-CH
MUTE
CH/P
TV
MENU
RETURN
EXIT
MagicInfo
1.
POWER
Turns the product On.
2.
OFF
Turns the product Off.
3. Number Buttons
Used to enter the password during the OSD adjustment or
to use MagicInfo.
Press to change the channel.
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4. DEL
ton
/ GUIDE but-
The "-" button is used to select Digital channels.
Electronic Program Guide (EPG) display.
- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
5. + VOL -
Adjusts the audio volume.
6.
Selects a connected external input source or MagicInfo
mode.
SOURCE
Press the button to change the input signal SOURCE.
Changing the SOURCE is only allowed for external devices
that are connected to the LCD Display at the time.
7.
D.MENU
DTV menu display
- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
Use to quickly select frequently used functions.
8. TOOLS
- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
9. Up-Down Left-Right buttons
Moves from one menu item to another horizontally, vertically
or adjusts selected menu values.
10.
INFO
Current picture information is displayed on the upper left
corner of the screen.
11. COLOR BUTTONS
Press to add or delete channels and to store channels to the
favorite channel list in the “Channel List” menu.
- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
12.
TTX/MIX
TV channels provide written information services via teletext.
- Teletext Buttons
- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
13. MTS/DUAL
MTSYou can select MTS (Multichannel Television Stereo) mode.
FM Stereo
Audio Type
MTS/S_Mode
Default
Mono
Mono
Stereo
Mono ↔ Stereo
Manual
Change
SAP
Mono ↔ SAP
Mono
DUALSTEREO/MONO, DUAL l / DUAL ll and MONO/NICAM
MONO/NICAM STEREO can be operated depending on the
broadcasting type by using the DUAL button on the remote
control while watching TV.
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- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
14.
ENTER/PRE-CH
This button is used to return to the immediately previous
channel.
- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
15.
MUTE
Pauses (mutes) the audio output temporarily. This is displayed on the lower left corner of the screen. The audio
comes back on if MUTE or - VOL + is pressed in the Mute
mode.
16.
CH/P
In TV mode, selects TV channels.
- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
17. TV
Selects the TV mode directly.
- This function does not work for this LCD Display.
18. MENU
Opens the on-screen menu and exits from the menu or
closes the adjustment menu.
19.
RETURN
Returns to the previous menu.
20.
EXIT
Exits from the menu screen.
21. MagicInfo
MagicInfo Quick Launch Button.
Note
This button is disabled for products that do not support
MagicInfo.
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Connections
Connecting a Computer
There are several ways to connect the computer to the monitor. Choose
one from the following options.
Using the D-sub (Analog) connector on the video card.
•
Connect the D-sub to the 15-pin, [RGB / COMPONENT / AV IN] port
on the back of your LCD Display and the 15 pin D-sub Port on the
computer.
Using the HDMI (digital) output on the graphics card.
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Connect the [HDMI IN] port on the LCD Display to the HDMI port on
the PC using the HDMI cable.
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Note
When the HDMI cable to the PC, ensure that you select HDMI from both
the Source List and Edit Name before selecting PC or DVI device so that
normal PC screen and sound can be outputted. Note that sound is only
available when connected according to the option
that follows.
Connect the Audio cable for your LCD Display to the Audio port on the
back of the LCD Display.
Connect the power cord for your LCD Display to the Power port on the
back of the LCD Display. Turn on the power switch.
Note
•
Turn on both your computer and the LCD Display.
•
Contact a local SAMSUNG Electronics Service Center to buy optional items.
Connecting to Other devices
Note
•
AV input devices such as DVD players, VCRs or camcorders as well as your computer
can be connected to the LCD Display. For detailed information on connecting AV input
devices, refer to the contents under Adjusting Your LCD Display.
•
The LCD Display 's configuration at the back may vary slightly depending on the LCD
Display model.
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Connections
Connecting an External Monitor
1.
Connect between the [DVI OUT(LOOPOUT)] port on the LCD Display and the input port
on another monitor using a DVI cable.
2.
Connect between the [AUDIO OUT] port on the LCD Display and the audio input port on
another monitor using a stereo cable.
3.
Select DVI using the SOURCE button on the front of the LCD Display or on the remote
control.
Note
DVI OUT does not support HDCP.
Connecting Using a RGB to AV Cable
1.
Connect the RGB to AV cable to the [RGB/COMPONENT/AV IN] port on the monitor.
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2.
Connect a set of audio cables between the [AUDIO IN] on the LCD Display and the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD player.
Note
•
Select AV for the connection to a DVD player using the SOURCE button on the front of
the LCD Display or on the remote control.
•
Then, start the DVD Player with a DVD disc inserted.
•
A RGB to AV cable is optional.
Connecting Using a HDMI Cable
1.
Connect input devices such as a Blu-Ray/DVD player to the [HDMI IN] terminal of the
LCD Display using an HDMI cable.
2.
Select HDMI using the SOURCE button on the front of the LCD Display or on the remote
control.
Note
In HDMI mode, only PCM format audio is supported.
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Connecting Using a DVI to HDMI Cable
1.
Connect the DVI output terminal of a digital output device to the [HDMI IN] terminal of
the LCD Display using a DVI to HDMI cable.
2.
Connect the red and white jacks of an RCA to stereo (for PC) cable to the same colored
audio output terminals of the digital output device, and connect the opposite jack to the
[AUDIO IN] terminal of the LCD Display.
3.
Select HDMI using the SOURCE button on the front of the LCD Display or on the remote
control.
Connecting a DVD Player
1.
Connect a RGB to Component cable between the [RGB / COMPONENT / AV IN] port
on the LCD Display and the PR, Y, PB jacks on the DVD player.
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2.
Connect a set of audio cables between the [AUDIO IN] on the LCD Display and the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD player.
Note
•
Select Component for the connection to a DVD player using the SOURCE button on the
front of the LCD Display or on the remote control.
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Then, start the DVD Player with a DVD disc inserted.
•
A RGB to component cable is optional.
•
For an explanation of Component video, consult your DVD manual.
Connecting a DTV Set Top (Cable/Satellite) Box
1.
Connect a RGB to Component cable between the [RGB / COMPONENT / AV IN] port
on the LCD Display and the PR, Y, PB jacks on the Set Top Box.
2.
Connect a set of audio cables between the [AUDIO IN] on the LCD Display and the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the Set Top Box.
Note
•
Select Component for the connection to a DTV Set Top Box using the SOURCE button
on the front of the LCD Display or on the remote control.
•
For an explanation of Component video, see your Set Top Box owner's manual.
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Connecting to an Audio System
1.
Connect a set of audio cables between the AUX L, R jacks on the AUDIO SYSTEM and
[AUDIO OUT] on LCD Display.
Connecting a LAN Cable
Connect the LAN cable.
Note
Applicable to the EXn model only.
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Connecting a USB devices
You can connect USB devices such as a mouse or keyboard.
Note
Applicable to the EXn model only.
Assembling the Cables
Note
Do not pull the cables too hard when arranging them. This may cause damage to the product’s
connection terminals.
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Troubleshooting
Self-Test Feature Check
Note
Check the following items yourself before calling for assistance. Contact a Service Center for
problems that you cannot solve by yourself.
Self-Test Feature Check
1.
Turn off both your computer and the LCD Display.
2.
Unplug the video cable from the back of the computer.
3.
Turn on the LCD Display.
The figure shown below ("No Signal") appears on a black background when
the LCD Display is working normally even though no video signal is detected: While in
the Self-Test mode, the LED power indicator remains green and the figure moves around
on the screen.
4.
Turn off your LCD Display and reconnect the video cable; then turn on both your computer and the LCD Display
If your LCD Display screen remains blank after using the previous procedure, check your
video controller and computer system; your LCD Display is functioning properly.
Warning Messages
You can even view the screen at a resolution of 1920 x 1080. However, you will receive the
following message for a minute; You can choose to change the screen resolution or stay in
the current mode during that time. If the resolution is more than 85Hz, you will see the black
screen because the LCD Display does not support over 85Hz.
Note
Refer to Specifications > Preset Timing Modes for the resolutions or frequencies supported
by the LCD Display.
Maintenance and Cleaning
1) Maintaining the LCD Display Case.
Clean with a soft cloth after disconnecting the power cord.
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Do not use benzene, thinner or other flammable substances.
2) Maintaining the Flat Panel Display Screen.
Clean with a soft cloth (cotton flannel).
•
Never use acetone, benzene or thinner.
(They may cause flaws or deformation of the screen
surface.)
•
The user is responsible for any damage caused by
using these substances.
Symptoms and Recommended Actions
Note
A LCD Display recreates visual signals received from the computer. Therefore, if there is a
problem with the computer or the video card, this can cause the LCD Display to become
blank, have poor coloring, become noisy, etc. In this case, first check the source of the problem, and then contact a Service Center or your dealer.
1.
Check if the power cord and the video cables are properly connected to the computer.
2.
Check if the computer beeps more than 3 times when booting.
(If it does, request service.)
3.
If you installed a new video card or if you assembled the PC, check if you installed the
Adaptor(video).
4.
Check if the scanning ratio of the video screen is set to between 50 Hz ~ 85 Hz.
(Do not exceed 60Hz when using the maximum resolution.)
5.
If you have problems in installing the Adaptor (video) driver, boot the computer in Safe
Mode, remove the Display Adaptor in the "Control Panel −> System −> Device Administrator" and then reboot the computer to reinstall the Adaptor (video) driver.
Check List
Note
•
The following table lists possible problems and their solutions. Before calling for assistance, check the information in this section to see if you can remedy any problems for
yourself. If you do need assistance, please call the phone number on the Information
section or contact your dealer.
•
For more network-related information, refer to the MagicInfo Troubleshooting section.
Problems related to the Installation (PC Mode)
Note
Problems related to the LCD Display installation and their solutions are listed.
Q:
The LCD Display screen flickers.
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A:
Check if the signal cable between the computer and the LCD Display is securely connected.
(Refer to Connecting a Computer)
Problems related to the Screen
Note
Problems related to the LCD Display screen and their solutions are listed.
Q:
The screen is blank and the power indicator is off.
A:
Ensure that the power cord is firmly connected and the LCD Display is on.
(Refer to the Connecting a Computer)
Q:
"No Signal" message.
A:
Ensure that the signal cable is firmly connected to the PC or video sources.
(Refer to the Connecting a Computer)
A:
Ensure that the PC or video sources are turned on.
Q:
"Not Optimum Mode" message.
A:
Check the maximum resolution and the frequency of the video Adaptor.
A:
Compare these values with the data in the Preset Timing Modes Chart.
Q:
The picture rolls vertically.
A:
Check if the signal cable is securely connected. Re-connect it, if necessary.
(Refer to Connecting a Computer)
Q:
The image is not clear; picture is blurred.
A:
Run Frequency Coarse and Fine tuning.
A:
Turn on again after removing all accessories (video extension cable, etc.)
A:
Set the resolution and frequency to the recommended ranges.
Q:
The picture image is unstable and shakes.
A:
Check if the resolution and frequency set for the computer video card falls in the range
supported by the LCD Display. If not, reset them referring to the current Information
under the LCD Display menu and Preset Timing Modes.
Q:
Ghost images are shown in the picture.
A:
Check if the resolution and frequency set for the computer video card falls in the range
supported by the LCD Display. If not, reset them referring to the current Information
under the LCD Display menu and Preset Timing Modes.
Q:
The image is too light or too dark.
A:
Adjust the brightness and contrast.
(Refer to the Brightness, Contrast)
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Q:
The screen color is inconsistent.
A:
Adjust color using Custom under OSD Color Adjustment menu.
Q:
The color image is distorted by dark shadows.
A:
Adjust color using Custom under OSD Color Adjustment menu.
Q:
The color white is poor.
A:
Adjust color using Custom under OSD Color Adjustment menu.
Q:
The Power Indicator blinks.
A:
The LCD Display is currently saving the changes made in the settings to the OSD
memory.
Q:
The screen is blank and the power indicator light blinks every 0.5 or 1 seconds.
A:
The LCD Display is using its power management system. Press any key on the keyboard.
Q:
The screen is blank and it is blinking.
A:
If you see the "TEST GOOD" message on the screen when you pressing the MENU
button, check the cable connection between the LCD Display and the computer to ensure that the connector is properly connected.
Problems related to Audio
Note
Problems related to audio signals and their solutions are listed below.
Q:
No sound.
A:
Ensure that the audio cable is firmly connected to both the audio-in port on your LCD
Display and the audio-out port on your sound card.
(Refer to the Connecting a Computer)
A:
Check the volume level.
Q:
The sound level is too low.
A:
Check the volume level.
A:
If the volume is still too low after turning the control to its maximum, check the volume
control on the computer sound card or software program.
Q:
The sound is too high or too low.
A:
Adjusts the Treble and Bass to the appropriate levels.
Problems related to the Remote Control
Note
Problems related to the remote control and their solutions are listed.
Q:
The remote control buttons do not respond.
A:
Check the polarities (+/-) of the batteries.
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A:
Check if the batteries are empty.
A:
Check if the power is on.
A:
Check if the power cord is securely connected.
A:
Check if a special fluorescent or neon lamp is on in the vicinity.
Q:
How can I change the frequency?
A:
The frequency can be changed by reconfiguring the video card.
Q&A
Note
That video card support can vary, depending on the version of the driver used. (Refer
to the computer or the video card manual for details.)
Q:
How can I adjust the resolution?
A:
Windows XP:
Set the resolution in the Control Panel → Appearance and Themes → Display → Settings.
A:
Windows ME/2000:
Set the resolution in the Control Panel → Display → Settings.
* Contact the video card manufacturer for details.
Q:
How can I set the Power Saving function?
A:
Windows XP:
Set the resolution in the Control Panel → Appearance and Themes → Display → Screen
Saver.
Set the function in the BIOS-SETUP of the computer. (Refer to the Windows / Computer
Manual).
A:
Windows ME/2000:
Set the resolution at the Control Panel → Display → Screen Saver.
Set the function in the BIOS-SETUP of the computer. (Refer to the Windows / Computer
Manual).
Q:
How can I clean the outer case/LCD Panel?
A:
Disconnect the power cord and then clean the LCD Display with a soft cloth, using either
a cleaning solution or plain water.
Do not leave any detergent or scratches on the case. Do not let any water enter the
LCD Display.
Q:
How can I play the video?
A:
The video supports the MPEG1 and WMV codecs only. Install the corresponding codec
to play the video. Note that some of the codecs can be incompatible.
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Note
Before calling for assistance, check the information in this section to see if you can remedy
any problems yourself. If you do need assistance, please call the phone number on the Information section or contact your dealer.
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