LG | 29EA73 | LG 29EA73 Owner’s Manual

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Owner's Manual
IPS LED MONITOR
(LED MONITOR)
Please read the safety information carefully before using the
product.
IPS LED Monitor (LED Monitor) Model List
29EA73
29EB73
www.lg.com
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Contents
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CONTENTS
3
LICENSE
23 INSTALLING LG MONITOR
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ASSEMBLING AND
PREPARING
26 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
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Product Components
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Activating the Main Menu
5
Component and Button Description
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Customizing settings
7
Moving and Lifting the Monitor
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- Menu Settings
8
Installing the Monitor
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- Ratio Settings
8
- Assembling the stand base
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- Func. Settings
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- Detaching the stand base
30
- PBP settings
12
- Installing onto a table
31
- Picture
13
- Adjusting the stand height
32
- Color
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- Adjusting the angle
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- Settings
15
- Tidying cables
15
- Using the Kensington lock
16
- Installing the wall mount plate
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- Installing to a wall
18 USING THE MONITOR
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Connecting to a PC
18
- DVI connection
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- DisplayPort connection
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- HDMI connection
20
Connecting to AV Devices
20
- HDMI connection
20
Connecting to External Devices
20
- Smartphone (MHL) connection
21
- USB cable-PC connection
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- Headphone port connection
SOFTWARE
34 TROUBLESHOOTING
36 SPECIFICATIONS
37
Factory support mode
(Preset Mode, DVI-D/HDMI/PC
DisplayPort)
37
HDMI/MHL Timing (Video)
37
Power Indicator
38 PROPER POSTURE
38
Proper Posture for Using the Monitor
LICENSE
Each model has different licenses. Visit www.lg.com for more information on the license.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the
HDMI logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC
in the United States and other countries.
VESA, VESA logo, Display Port Compliance Logo and Display Port
Compliance Logo for dual-mode source are all registered trademarks of the
Video Electronics Standards Association.
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Product Components
Please check whether all the components are included in the box before using the product. If there are
missing components, contact the retail store where you purchased the product. Note that the product and
components may look different from those shown here.
User Manual/Card
Power Cord
AC/DC Adapter
DVI-D Dual Cable
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Audio Cable
Cable Tie
Two Screws
Display Port Cable
yyThe DisplayPort cable may not
be available in some areas.
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Stand Base
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Stand Body
Screw Cover
Stand Base
Stand Body
CAUTION
Always use genuine components to ensure safety and product performance.
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The product warranty will not cover damage or injury caused by the use of counterfeit components.
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NOTE
Note that the components may look different from those shown here.
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Without prior notice, all information and specifications in this manual are subject to change to imyy
prove the performance of the product.
To purchase optional accessories, visit an electronics store or online shopping site or contact the
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retail store where you purchased the product.
The DisplayPort cable may not be available in some areas.
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Component and Button Description
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Power Indicator
yyOn: power is on
yyOff: power is off
/PBP
(Power Button)
Touch buttons on the bottom
of the monitor
DC-IN (19 V
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
)
5V
0.9 A
H/P
DP IN
HDMI 1
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
AUDIO IN(PC)
Ports
DVI-D IN
0.9 A
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Power Indicator
yyOn: power is on
yyOff: power is off
/PBP
(Power Button)
Touch buttons on the bottom
of the monitor
DC-IN (19 V
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
)
5V
0.9 A
H/P
HDMI 1
DP IN
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
AUDIO IN(PC)
DVI-D IN
Ports
0.9 A
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Moving and Lifting the Monitor
It is advisable to place the monitor in the
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original box or packing material before attempting to move it.
Before moving or lifting the monitor, disconyy
nect the power cord and all cables.
Hold the top and bottom of the monitor frame
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firmly. Do not hold the panel itself.
When moving the monitor, avoid any strong
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shock or vibrations to the product.
When moving the monitor, keep it upright,
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never turn the monitor on its side or tilt it
sideways.
CAUTION
As far as possible, avoid touching the moniyy
tor screen. This may result in damage to the
screen or some of the pixels used to create
images.
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When moving or lifting the monitor, follow these
instructions to prevent the monitor from being
scratched or damaged and to ensure safe transportation regardless of its shape or size.
When holding the monitor, the screen should
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face away from you to prevent it being
scratched.
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Installing the Monitor
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Assembling the stand base
4 Fix the stand base to the stand body. Using a
coin, turn the screws in the stand base clockwise.
Stand Body
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1 Place the screen face down.
CAUTION
Stand Base
To protect the screen from scratches, cover
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the surface with a soft cloth.
2 Check the direction of the stand body (front,
back) and then mount the stand body onto the
stand hinge.
CAUTION
Stand Hinge
Stand Body
3 Tighten two screws into the back of the stand
body and close the screw covers.
Screw Cover
Applying excessive force when tightening
the screws may cause damage to the monitor. Damage caused in this way will not be
covered by the product warranty.
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3 Insert the stand base into the hook of the
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1 Place the screen face down.
CAUTION
To protect the screen from scratches, cover
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the surface with a soft cloth.
Stand Base
2 Put the stand body on the monitor aligning
with holes for fixing screws and fix two screws
to the holes to assemble the stand body and
the monitor together.
Stand Body
Stand Body
4 Fix by turning the screw to the right with a coin.
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stand body.
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Detaching the stand base
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1 Place the screen face down.
3 Open the screw covers on the back of the
stand body and remove the two screws with a
screwdriver.
As shown in the illustration, disconnect the
stand body from the stand hinge.
CAUTION
To protect the screen from scratches, cover
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the surface with a soft cloth.
Stand Hinge
Stand Body
2 Using a coin, turn the screw in the stand base
counterclockwise. Remove the stand base
from the stand body.
Stand Body
Stand Base
Screw Cover
CAUTION
Illustrations in this document represent typiyy
cal procedures, so they may look different
from the actual product.
Do not carry the monitor upside down by just
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holding the stand base. This may cause the
monitor to fall off the stand and could result
in personal injury.
When lifting or moving the monitor, do not
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touch the monitor screen. Applying force or
pressure may damage the monitor screen.
Instead, hold the stand body or the plastic
frame of the product.
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3 Remove the two screws from the stand body.
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Stand Body
CAUTION
To protect the screen from scratches, cover
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the surface with a soft cloth.
2
1 Turn the screw to the left using a coin.
2 Detach the stand base.
Stand Body
CAUTION
The components in the illustrations may difyy
fer from the actual product.
Do not carry the monitor upside down, as this
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may cause it to fall off its stand and result in
damage or injury.
To avoid damaging the screen when lifting
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or moving the monitor, only hold the stand or
the plastic cover. This avoids putting unnecessary pressure on the screen.
Stand Base
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1 Place the screen face down.
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Installing onto a table
2 Connect the adapter to the monitor, then plug
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the power cord into the power outlet.
1 Lift the monitor and place it on the table in an
upright position.
Place at least 10 cm away from the wall to
ensure sufficient ventilation.
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10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
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3 Press the
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
(Power) button on the bottom of
the monitor to turn it on.
CAUTION
Unplug the power cord prior to moving or
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installing the monitor. There is risk of electric
shock.
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Adjusting the stand height
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3 The height can be adjusted up to 110.0 mm.
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1 Stand the monitor assembled with the stand
base in an upright position
2 Remove the tape attached to the bottom
back of the stand body and then pull out the
locking pin while pressing the head downward.
CAUTION
Once the pin is removed, it is not necessary
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to re-insert it to adjust the height.
Stand Body
Tape
Locking Pin
WARNING
Do not put your fingers or
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hand between the screen
and the base (chassis) when
adjusting the screen's height.
Head
Locking pin
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110.0 mm
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Adjusting the angle
WARNING
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1 Place the monitor in an upright position, mounted on the stand base.
2 Adjust the angle of the screen. The angle of
the screen can be adjusted forwards or backwards from -5° to 20° for a comfortable viewing
experience.
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Rear Side
To avoid injury to the fingers when adjusting
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the screen, do not hold the lower part of the
monitor's frame as illustrated below.
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Front Side
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Be careful not to touch or press the screen
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area when adjusting the angle of the monitor.
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Rear Side
Front Side
NOTE
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As shown in the picture, be careful not to
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let the USB bump into the stand when you
adjust the monitor's angle with the USB
inserted.
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Using the Kensington lock
Gather and bind the cables with the supplied cable tie.
The connector for the Kensington lock is located at
the rear of the monitor.
For more information on installation and usage,
refer to the Kensington lock user manual or visit
the website at http://www.kensington.com.
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Connect the monitor to the table with the Kensington lock cable.
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NOTE
Use of the Kensington lock is optional. The
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accessories can be purchased at your local
electronics store.
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Tidying cables
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Installing the wall mount plate
Installing to a wall
This monitor supports the specification of the standard wall mount plate or compatible device.
Install the monitor at least 10 cm away from the
wall and leave about 10 cm of space at each side
of the monitor to ensure sufficient ventilation. Detailed installation instructions can be obtained from
your local retail store. Please refer to the manual
to install and set up a tilting wall mounting bracket.
1 Place the screen face down. To protect the
screen from scratches, cover the surface with a
soft cloth.
2 Place the wall mount plate onto the monitor
and align it with the screw holes.
3 Using a screwdriver, tighten the four screws to
10 cm
fix the plate onto the monitor.
10 cm
Wall Mount Plate
10 cm
10 cm
To install the monitor to a wall, attach a wall mounting bracket (optional) to the back of the monitor.
Make sure that the wall mounting bracket is securely
fixed to the monitor and to the wall.
NOTE
The wall mount plate is sold separately.
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For more information on installation, refer to
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the wall mount plate's installation guide.
Be careful not to use excessive force when
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mounting the wall mount plate, as this can
damage the monitor's screen.
1 Use the screws and wall mounting bracket that
comply with the VESA standard.
2 Screws which are longer than the standard
length may damage the inside of the monitor.
3 A non-VESA standard screw may damage the
product and cause the monitor to fall. LG Electronics is not liable for any accidents relating to
the use of non-standard screws.
4 The monitor is VESA standard compliant.
5 Use it according to the VESA standard as specified below.
yy784.8 mm or less
* Thickness of the wall mount plate: 2.6 mm
* Fastening screw: Diameter 4.0 mm x Pitch 0.7
mm x Length 10 mm
yy787.4 mm or greater
* Use the wall mount plate and screws that conform to the VESA standard.
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M4
4
RW120
CAUTION
Unplug the power cord before moving or inyy
stalling the monitor to avoid electric shocks.
Installing the monitor on the ceiling or on a
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slanted wall may result in the monitor falling
off, which could lead to injury. Please use
the genuine LG wall mounting bracket. For
more information, contact your local retail
store or a qualified installer.
Applying excessive force when fastening
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screws may cause damage to the monitor. Damage caused in this way will not be
covered by the product warranty.
Use the wall mounting bracket and screws
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that conform to the VESA standard. Damage caused by the use or misuse of inappropriate components will not be covered
by the product warranty.
NOTE
Use the screws specified by the VESA stanyy
dard.
The wall mount kit includes the installation
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guide and all necessary parts.
The wall mounting bracket is optional. The
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accessories can be purchased at your local
retail store.
The length of the screw may differ for each
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wall mounting bracket. Ensure the correct
length screw is used.
For more information, please refer to the
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user manual for the wall mounting bracket.
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VESA (A x B)
Stand Screw
Required Screws
Wall Mount Plate
(Optional)
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Connecting to a PC
CAUTION
This monitor supports the *Plug and Play
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feature.
*Plug and Play: A feature that allows you to
add a device to your computer without having
to reconfigure anything or install any manual
drivers.
DVI connection
USB UP
USB IN 1
5V
Transmits digital video signals to the monitor. Connect the monitor using the DVI cable as illustrated
USBbelow.
IN 3
HDMI 1
HDMI 2/MHL
H/P
DP IN
5V
0.5 A
Press the menu ( ) button and then select the
input option from the input menu.
USB IN 2
0.9 A
To hear the sound in DVI input mode, connect the
DVI-D IN
AUDIO IN(PC)
PC's AUDIO OUT port to the monitor's AUDIO IN
(PC) port using the audio cable that came with the
product. 0.9 A
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
5V
5V
0.9 A
H/P
HDMI 1
DP IN
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
AUDIO IN(PC)
Connect the input signal cable and
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turn in the direction of the arrow.
To prevent disconnection secure
the cable tightly.
Do not press on the screen for a
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prolonged period of time. This may cause
image distortion.
Do not display a still image on the screen
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for a prolonged period of time. This may
cause image retention. If possible, use the
screen saver.
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB UP
USB IN 1
NOTE
H/P
DP IN
USB IN 2
When connecting the power cordAUDIO
to the
outyy
IN(PC)
5V
0.9 A
let, use a grounded (3-hole) multi-socket or a
grounded power outlet.
yyThe monitor may flicker when turned on in an
area of low temperature. This is normal.
Sometimes red, green, or blue spots may apyy
pear on the screen. This is normal.
Using a DVI to HDMI cable may cause comyy
patibility issues.
DVI-D IN
0.9 A
DVI-D IN
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
5V
AUDIO OUT
DVI-I(D) OUT
PC
PC
0.9 A
H/P
AUDIO IN(PC)
DP IN
DVI-
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HDMI connection
Transmits the digital video and audio signals from
your PC to the monitor. Connect your PC to the
monitor using the display port cable as illustrated
below.
Press the menu ( ) button and then select the
input option from the input menu.
Transmits the digital video and audio signals from
your PC and A/V devices to the monitor. Connect
your PC and AV device to the monitor with the
HDMI cable as illustrated below.
Press the menu ( ) button and then select the
input option from the input menu.
DP OUT
(sold separately)
P
USB IN 3 HDMI 1
5 IN
V
0.5 A
DP
1
USB IN 2
5V
IN
0.9 DVI-D
A
V
HDMI
H/P 2/MHL
HDMI 1USB UP
HDMI 2/MHL
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
DP IN
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V
USB IN
0.9 A
AUDIO IN(PC)
(sold separately)
DVI-D IN
H/P
HDMI 1
DP IN
0.9 AIN 2
USB
5V
5V
AUDIO IN(PC)
0.9 A
HDMI 2/MHL
0.9 A
DVI-D IN
NOTE
There may be no video or audio output deyy
HDMI
1
HDMI
2/MHL
pending
on the
DP version of the PC.
The DisplayPort cable may not be available
yy
in some areas.
DP IN
5V
NOTE
0.9 A
HDMI PC may cause device compatibility
yy
issues.
Using a DVI to HDMI cable may cause comyy
patibility issues.
DVI-D IN
UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
IN 1
USB IN 2
5V
DVI-I(D)
0.9 A OUT
PC
H/P
DP IN
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
HDMI 1
5V
DVI-D IN
DP IN
HDMI 1
0.9 A
0.9 A
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
AUDIO IN(PC)
H/P
AUDIO IN(PC)
DVI-D IN
0.9 A
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DisplayPort connection
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Connecting to AV Devices
Connecting to External Devices
HDMI connection
Smartphone (MHL) connection
Transmits the digital video and audio signals from
your PC and A/V devices to the monitor. Connect
your PC and AV device to the monitor with the
HDMI cable as illustrated below.
Press the menu ( ) button and then select the
input option from the input menu.
Mobile High-definition Link (MHL) is an interface that allows you to play video and audio from
your smartphone on the monitor by connecting the
monitor to your smartphone. Connect the smartphone to the HDMI2/MHL port of the monitor using
the supplied MHL signal cable and switch the
input by pressing the input button on the monitor.
DP OUT
(sold separately)
(sold separately)
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
H/P
HDMI 1
HDMI 2/MHL
USB IN 3
USB UP
5V
0.5 A
DP IN
USB IN 2
0.9 A
5V
USB IN 1
AUDIO IN(PC)
0.9 A
USB IN 2
5V
USB UP
USB IN 3
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
5V
N1
USB IN 2
V
0.9 A
USB
USB IN 2
0.9 A
0.9 A
AUDIO IN(PC)
USB
DVI-D IN
DVI-D IN
DP IN
HDMI 1
This function only works
yH/P
y
HDMI 1for smartphones
HDMI 2/MHL
DP IN
that support MHL.
- There may be compatibility issues with
5V
0.9 A
other mobile phones.
DVI-D IN
AUDIO IN(PC)
0.9 A
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
AUDIO IN(PC)
HDMI 1
DP IN
NOTE
5V
0.5 A
Using a DVI to HDMI cable may cause
comyy
patibility issues.
H/P
H/P
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
AUDIO IN(PC)
0.9 A
NOTE
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
DVI-D IN
5V
UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
HDMI 1
DP IN
USB UP
H/P
0.9 A
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
DVI-D IN
H/P
DP IN
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USB cable-PC connection
0.9 A
NOTE
The USB 3.0 function
acts
as3 a USB hub
USB IN
USB UP
H/Pon the
5V
0.5 A
product.
To use USB 3.0, connect the A-B type USB 3.0
USB IN 1
2
cable for the product
to USB
theINPC.
Peripheral devices connected to the USB IN port
AUDIO IN(PC)
V
0.9
can be controlled5from
theA PC.
HDMI 1 install
HDMI the
2/MHL
Please
latest Windows service
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pack before use.
Peripheral devices are sold separately.
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5V
0.9 A
The USB ports can be used to connect the
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keyboard, mouse, and other USB devices.
DP IN
DVI-D IN
CAUTION
<Cautions When Using a USB Device>
A USB device with an automatic recognition
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program installed, or using its own driver,
may not be recognized.
Some USB devices may not be supported
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or may not work properly.
It is recommended to use a USB hub or
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hard disk drive with power supplied. (If the
power supply is not adequate, the USB
device may not be recognized properly. )
(sold separately)
MI 2/MHL
0.9 A
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
5V
0.9 A
(sold separately)
H/P
DP IN
HDMI 1
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
AUDIO IN(PC)
DVI-D IN
0.9 A
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MHL
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0.9 A
USB UP
USB IN 3
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
5V
0.5 A
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H/P
HDMI 1
DP IN
Headphone
AUDIO IN(PC)
5V
0.9 Aport connection
HDMI 2/MHL
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
5V
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
0.9 A
NOTE
DVI-D IN
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Use the headphone port to connect a peripheral
device to the monitor. Connect as illustrated.
5V
0.9 A
AUD
For an angle plug earphone, it is difficult
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connect it with a peripheral device, so use a
straight type.
MHL
0.9 A
(sold separately)
USB UP
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
USB IN 1
USB IN 2
Angle Type
H/P
DP IN
HDMI 1
HDMI 2/MHL
5V
Straight Type
0.9 A
USB UP
5V
0.9 A
AUDIO IN(PC)
DVI-D IN
NOTE
USB IN 3
5V
0.5 A
IN 1
Depending on the audio settingsUSB
of the
PC USB IN 2
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and external device, headphone and speaker
5V
0.9 A
functions may be limited.
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Insert the the owner's manual CD included in the product package into your PC's CD driver and install the
LG Monitor Software.
1 Set the default Web browser to Internet Explorer.
4 Check "I accept the terms of the agreement" on
2 Click the "LG Monitor Software" on the CD's
5 Select the program that you want to install.
the License Agreement screen and then click
the [Next] button.
main screen. When the file download window
appears, click the Run button. (The file download window may vary depending on the operating system and the Internet Explorer version,
but the installation procedures are same.)
NOTE
CAUTION
Service Pack 1 or higher is required for
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Window 7.
3 Follow the instructions to proceed with the
installation.
Screen Split: This program automatically
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splits the program window as desired.
True Color Finder: This program calibrates
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the precise color output of the monitor to suit
your needs.
Auto Resolution: This is a program that
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automatically changes the resolution to the
optimal settings when connecting the monitor
to the PC in PBP mode.
This program is not supported in Clone
Mode. Extended Mode is not supported when
using a single display.
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INSTALLING LG Monitor Software
6 The LG Monitor Software installation starts as
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shown below.
7 If the TUSB3410 driver has not been installed,
it will install automatically. Select "Install this
driver software anyway (I)" if the Windows
security message is displayed as below.
8 The program you selected on the Select
Features page will install automatically.
9 When the installation is complete, restart your
system.
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NOTE
NOTE
To use the True Color Finder function, you
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must purchase the supported calibrator.
For details on supported calibrators and
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graphic cards, see the True Color Finder
user guide.
If you have changed the input port, it is
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recommend that you calibrate the monitor's
picture quality again.
Right-click the True Color Finder icon and select "Start Program" to start the program.
NOTE
If you run Screen Split, the Screen Split icon [
] appears in the system tray at the right bottom
of the PC screen.
CAUTION
Once you have completed the monitor caliyy
bration with the True Color Finder software,
remove the calibrator from the monitor and
store it at room temperature away from direct
sunlight or put it in the box.
- If the calibrator's measuring part is exposed
to direct sunlight for a long time, this may
cause damage to the calibrator.
- Do not store it in an environment with too
low/high temperature and high humidity.
If any third-party calibration application is
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already installed on your PC, the image quality may be affected by a conflict between the
two applications. For the best performance, it
is recommended to uninstall the other calibration application.
Right-click the Screen Split icon and select a
layout you want.
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When you run the True Color Finder software,
the True Color Finder icon [ ] appears in the system tray at the right bottom of the PC screen.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
Activating the Main Menu
1 Press the Menu ( ) button.
2 Use the <, > buttons to adjust the options.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the Menu (
) button.
3 Press and hold the Menu ( ) button to exit the OSD menu.
/PBP
Monitor buttons
Button
Menu (
)
OK/PBP
(Power
Button)
Description
If the menu is
disabled
Enables the main menu.
If the menu is
enabled
Goes to the previous screen when the button is pressed;
exits the OSD menu when the button is pressed and held for over 3 seconds.
If the menu is
disabled
Adjusts the volume level of the monitor.
If the menu is
enabled
Left directional key
If the menu is
disabled
Adjusts the volume level of the monitor.
If the menu is
enabled
Right directional key
If the menu is
enabled
Selects the function.
If the menu is
disabled
Enables the PBP shortcut menu.
Powers on or off.
Power Indicator
When the monitor is in operating mode, the power indicator will turn red (powered on).
When the monitor is in power-saving mode, the power indicator will blink red.
NOTE
All of the buttons are touch sensitive and can be operated by simply touching the bottom of the
monitor with your finger.
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Customizing settings
ENG
ENGLISH
Menu Settings
1 To view the Menu OSD, press the Menu ( ) button at the bottom of the monitor.
2 Use the < or > buttons to set the options.
3 Select
to exit the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the Menu (
100
70
30
Brightness Contrast Volume
DVI
Wide
Input
Ratio
Func.
) button.
PBP
All
Picture
Color
Settings
Reset
Exit
Each option is described below.
Menu
Brightness
Contrast
Volume
Description
Adjusts the color contrast and brightness of the screen.
Adjusts the volume.
NOTE
Selecting the OK/PBP button in the Volume menu will enable/disable the Mute
yy
function.
Input
Selects the current input mode.
Ratio
Adjusts the screen ratio.
Func.
Adjusts ECO, calibration, and picture modes.
PBP
Displays the screens of two input modes on one monitor.
Picture
Adjusts the sharpness, black level, and response time of the screen.
Color
Adjusts gamma, color temperature, and color.
Settings
Sets Language, PC/AV Mode, Main Audio, Button Sound, Power Indicator, DP 1.2, and OSD
Lock.
Reset
Returns to the default settings.
Exit
Exits the OSD menu.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
Ratio Settings
ENGLISH
ENG
1 To view the Menu OSD, press the Menu ( ) button at the bottom of the monitor.
2 Press < or > to go to Ratio.
3 Press OK/PBP to select Ratio.
4 Use the < or > buttons to set the options.
5 Select
Ratio
to exit the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the Menu (
) button. Sub Menu
Wide
Cinema1 Cinema2 Original
1:1
Back
Exit
Each option is described below.
Menu > Ratio
Description
Wide
Displays the video in wide-screen, regardless of the video signal input.
Cinema1
Enlarges the screen with an aspect ratio of 21:9. (at 1080p)
Cinema2
Enlarges the screen with an aspect ratio of 21:9 including the black box area at the bottom for
subtitles. (at 1080p)
Original
Displays a video according to the input video signal aspect ratio.
1:1
The aspect ratio is not adjusted from the original.
Back
Moves to the previous OSD screen.
Exit
Exits the OSD menu.
NOTE
The display may look the same for Wide, Original and 1:1 options at the recommended resolution
yy
(2560 x 1080).
The ratio is disabled in the interlaced signal.
yy
CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
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Func. Settings
ENG
ENGLISH
1 To view the Menu OSD, press the Menu ( ) button at the bottom of the monitor.
2 Press < or > to go to Func.
3 Press OK/PBP to select Func.
4 Use the < or > buttons to set the options.
5 Select
Func.
to exit the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the Menu (
) button.
Sub Menu
Low
Off
Custom
ECO
Calibration
Picture
Mode
Back
Exit
Each option is described below.
Menu > Func.
ECO
Calibration
Description
High
Saves energy by using the high-efficiency ECO function.
Low
Saves energy by using the low-efficiency ECO function.
Off
Disables the ECO function.
On
Enables the calibration applied to the monitor.
Off
If it is set to Off, the monitor reverts back to the picture quality set before calibration.
NOTE
Run the True Color Finder program.
Picture Mode
Changes depending on the value of PC/AV Mode in Menu > Settings.
PC Mode
Custom
Allows the user to adjust each element. The color mode of the main menu can be adjusted.
Text
Optimizes the screen for document processing.
Photo
Optimizes the screen to view photos.
Cinema
Optimizes the screen to improve the visual effects of a video.
Game
Optimizes the screen for gameplay.
AV Mode
Custom
Allows the user to adjust each element. The color mode of the main menu can be
adjusted.
Standard
Optimizes the screen to display normal picture quality.
VIVID 1
Optimizes the screen for vivid visual effects.
VIVID 2
Optimizes the screen for more vivid visual effects.
Cinema
Optimizes the screen to improve the visual effects of a video.
Back
Moves to the previous OSD screen.
Exit
Exits the OSD menu.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
PBP settings
ENGLISH
ENG
1 To view the Menu OSD, press the Menu ( ) button at the bottom of the monitor.
2 Press < or > to go to PBP.
3 Press OK/PBP to select PBP. 4 Use the < or > buttons to set the options.
5 Select
to exit the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the Menu (
) button. PBP
Sub Menu
On
Audio-In
PBP
Audio
Sub Full
Swap
Ratio
Back
Exit
Each option is described below.
Menu > PBP
Description
PBP
Displays the screens of two input modes on one monitor.
(DVI+DP, HDMI1+DP, HDMI2+DP, DP+DVI, DP+HDMI1, DP+HDMI2)
Audio
Changes the audio output in PBP mode.
Swap
Toggles between the main screen and sub screen in PIP mode.
Sub Full
Converts the sub screen of PBP mode to the wide screen.
Ratio
Adjusts the aspect ratio of the main screen or sub screen.
Main
Sub
Wide
Displays the video to fit the PBP screen, regardless of the video signal
input.
Original
Displays the video in the input video signal aspect ratio on the PBP
screen.
Wide
Displays the video to fit the PBP screen, regardless of the video signal
input.
Original
Displays the video in the input video signal aspect ratio on the PBP
screen.
Back
Moves to the previous OSD screen.
Exit
Exits the OSD menu.
NOTE
When the PBP mode is Off, Audio, Swap, Sub Full, and Ratio menus become deactivated. The
yy
Main/Sub options for Ratio become deactivated if there is no signal.
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Picture
ENG
ENGLISH
1 To view the Menu OSD, press the Menu ( ) button at the bottom of the monitor.
2 Press < or > to go to Picture.
3 Press OK/PBP to select Picture.
4 Use the < or > buttons to set the options.
5 Select
Picture
to exit the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the Menu (
) button. Sub Menu
5
Low
Middle
Sharpness Black Level Response
Time
Picture
Reset
Back
Exit
Each option is described below.
Menu > Picture
Description
Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of the screen.
Black Level
Sets the offset level (for HDMI only).
Offset: as a reference for a video signal, this is the darkest color the monitor can display.
Response Time
High
The picture of the screen gets brighter.
Low
The picture of the screen gets darker.
Sets a response time for displayed pictures based on the speed of the screen. For a normal environment, it is recommended that you use Normal. For a fast-moving picture, it is recommended
that you use High.
Setting to High may cause image sticking.
High
Sets the response time to High.
Middle
Sets the response time to Middle.
Low
Sets the response time to Low.
Reset
Resets the Picture function to the default settings.
Back
Moves to the previous OSD screen.
Exit
Exits the OSD menu.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
Color
ENGLISH
ENG
1 To view the Menu OSD, press the Menu ( ) button at the bottom of the monitor.
2 Press < or >to go to Color.
3 Press OK/PBP to select Color.
4 Use the < or > buttons to set the options.
5 Select
Color
to exit the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the Menu (
) button. Sub Menu
Gamma 1
Custom
Gamma Color Temp
50
50
50
Red
Green
Blue
Color
Six Color
Reset
Back
Exit
Each option is described below.
Menu > Color
Description
Gamma
Custom gamma setting: When using the gamma 0, gamma 1, and gamma 2 monitor settings,
higher gamma settings mean a brighter image is displayed and vice versa.
Color Temp
Custom
Red
Green
Blue
You can customize the picture color using Red, Green, and Blue colors.
Selects the factory default picture color.
Warm: Sets the screen color to a reddish tone.
Medium: Sets the screen color between a red and blue tone.
Cool: Sets the screen color to a bluish tone.
Six Color
Meets the user requirements for colors through adjusting the color and saturation of the six colors
(red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow) and saving the settings.
Hue
Adjusts tone of the screen.
Saturation
Adjusts the saturation of the screen colors. The lower the value, less saturated and
bright the colors become. The higher the value, the more saturated and dark the colors
become.
Reset
Returns the color settings to the default settings.
Back
Moves to the previous OSD screen.
Exit
Exits the OSD menu.
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Settings
ENG
ENGLISH
1 To view the Menu OSD, press the Menu ( ) button at the bottom of the monitor.
2 Press < or > to go to Settings.
3 Press OK/PBP to select Settings.
4 Use the < or > buttons to set the options.
5 Select
Settings
to exit the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the Menu (
) button. Sub Menu
Language
AV
Audio-In
On
On
Off
Off
PC/AV
Mode
Main Audio
Button
Sound
Power LED
DP1.2
OSD Lock
Back
Exit
Each option is described below.
Menu > Settings
Description
Language
Sets the menu screen to the desired language.
PC/AV Mode
Enabled in HDMI mode only.
Main Audio
The sound coming through the Audio In port of the digital input signal (HDMI, HDMI2/MHL, Display
Port) can be heard through the monitor's speakers.
Button Sound
Controls the button tone.
The button tone is heard for the following actions.
DC Power On/Off
Menu OSD On/Off
Power LED
Turns the power indicator on the front side of the monitor on/off.
DP1.2
(DisplayPort1.2)
On
The power indicator is automatically turned on.
Off
The power indicator is turned off.
Activates or deactivates DisplayPort 1.2.
NOTE
Make sure to activate or deactivate according to the DisplayPort version supported by the
graphics card. Set it to off if it is not compatible with the graphics card.
OSD Lock
On
DisplayPort 1.2 is activated.
Off
DisplayPort 1.2 is deactivated.
Prevents incorrect key input.
On
Key input is disabled.
Off
Key input is enabled.
NOTE
All functions except for the OSD Lock mode and the Exit button for Brightness, Contrast,
Volume, Input, and Settings are disabled.
Back
Moves to the previous OSD screen.
Exit
Exits the OSD menu.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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ENG
TROUBLESHOOTING
Nothing is displayed on the screen.
Is the monitor's power cord plugged yy Check if the power cord is correctly plugged in to the power outlet.
in?
Is the power indicator on?
yy Check the power cable connection and press the power button.
Is the power indicator displaying
red?
yy Check that the connected input is enabled (Menu - Input).
Is the power indicator blinking?
yy If the monitor is in power-saving mode, move the mouse or press any
key on the keyboard to switch the display on.
yy Check if the computer is turned on.
yy This occurs when signals transferred from the PC (video card) are out
of the horizontal or vertical frequency range of the monitor. Please see
the "Product Specification" section of this manual to set the appropriate frequency.
yy This is displayed when the signal cable between the PC and the monitor is missing or disconnected. Check the cable and reconnect.
Is the "OUT OF RANGE" message
displayed?
Is the "CHECK SIGNAL CONNECTION" message is displayed?
The "OSD LOCKED" message is displayed.
Are some functions unavailable
when pressing the Menu button?
yy The OSD is locked. Go to Menu > Settings and set "OSD Lock" to
Unlock.
The screen retains an image.
Does image sticking occur even
when the monitor is turned off?
yy Displaying a still image for a prolonged time may cause damage to the
screen, resulting in the retention of the image.
yy Use a screen saver to protect the screen when using the monitor for a
prolonged period of time.
NOTE
Vertical Frequency: In order to display an image, the screen must be refreshed dozens of times per
yy
second like a fluorescent lamp.
The number of times the screen is refreshed per second is called vertical frequency or refresh rate
and is represented by Hz.
Horizontal Frequency: The time it takes to display one horizontal line is called the horizontal cycle.
yy
The number of horizontal lines displayed in one second can be calculated by dividing one by the horizontal cycle. This is called horizontal frequency and is represented by kHz.
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NOTE
The display color is abnormal.
Does the display appear discolored
(16 color)?
Does the display color appear unstable or in monochrome?
Are there spots on the screen?
yy Set the color to 24 bit (true color) or higher. In Windows, go to Control
Panel > Display > Settings > Color Quality.
yy Check if the signal cable is connected properly. Reconnect the cable
or reinsert the PC's video card.
yy When using the monitor, pixilated spots (red, green, blue, white or
black) may appear on the screen. This is normal for the LCD screen.
It is not an error nor is it related to the monitor's performance.
ENG
ENGLISH
Check if the video card's resolution or frequency is within the range allowed by the monitor and set to
yy
the recommended (optimal) resolution in Control Panel > Display > Settings.
Failing to set the video card to the recommended (optimal) resolution may result in blurred text, a
yy
dimmed screen, a truncated display area or misalignment of the display.
The configuration procedure may differ depending on your computer and/or operating system. Also,
yy
some video cards may not support certain resolutions. If this is the case, contact the manufacturer of
the computer or video card for assistance.
Some video cards may not support the 2560x1080 resolution. yy
If the resolution cannot be displayed, contact the manufacturer of your video card.
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SPECIFICATIONS
ENGLISH
ENG
SPECIFICATIONS
29EA73
29EB73
LCD Screen
Type
Resolution
Pixel Pitch
Maximum Resolution
Video Signal
Input Connector
Power
AC/DC adaptor
Stand Angle
Adjustment
Environmental
Conditions
73.025 cm TFT (Thin Film Transistor)
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Screen
Diagonal length of the screen: 73.025 cm
0.0876 mm x 0.2628 mm
2560 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Recommended Resolution 2560 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Horizontal Frequency
30 kHz to 90 kHz
Vertical Frequency
56 Hz to 75 Hz
Synchronization
Separate Sync.
DVI-D, HDMI 1, HDMI 2(MHL), DisplayPort, Audio In(PC), H/P Out, USB Up,
USB In 1, 2, 3
Voltage
19 V 3.3 A
Power consumption (Typ.) On mode: 48 W (Typ, without USB)
68 W (Max, with USB, Audio 50%)
Power Saving Mode ≤ 1.2 W
Off Mode ≤ 0.5 W
DA-65G19 type, APD production.
Output: 19 V
3.42 A
Forwards/Backwards: -5° to 20° (Head)
Operating Condition
Temperature: 10°C to 35°C; Humidity: 10% to 80%
Storing Condition
Temperature: -20°C to 60°C; Humidity: 5% to 90%
Speaker Wattage 7 W + 7 W
29EA73
Dimension
Monitor Size (Width x Height x Depth)
With Stand
699.7 mm x 397.0 mm x 197.2 mm
Without Stand
699.7 mm x 318.0 mm x 68.5 mm
Weight (Without
Packaging)
5.9 kg
29EB73
Dimension
Monitor Size (Width x Height x Depth)
With Stand
699.7 mm x 395.3 mm x 225 mm
Without Stand
699.7 mm x 318.0 mm x 68.5 mm
Weight (Without
Packaging)
6.8 kg
The specifications are subject to change without notice.
SPECIFICATIONS
Preset Mode
Horizontal Frequency Vertical Frequency
Polarity (H/V)
(kHz)
(Hz)
720 x 400
31.468
70.08
-/+
640 x 480
31.469
59.94
-/-
640 x 480
37.5
75
-/-
800 x 600
37.879
60.317
+/+
800 x 600
46.875
75
+/+
1024 x 768
48.363
60
-/-
1024 x 768
60.123
75.029
+/+
1152 x 864
67.5
75
+/+
1280 x 720
45
60
+/+
1280 x 1024
63.981
60.02
+/+
1280 x 1024
79.976
75.025
+/+
1600 x 900
60
60
+/+
1680 x 1050
65.290
59.954
-/+
1920 x 1080
67.5
60
+/-
2560 x 1080
66.7
60
-/+
HDMI/MHL Timing (Video)
Preset Mode
Horizontal
Frequency (kHz)
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
480P
31.50
60
576P
31.25
50
720P
37.50
50
720P
45.00
60
1080i
28.12
50
1080i
33.75
60
1080P
56.25
50
1080P
67.50
60
1080P
33.75
30
Power Indicator
Mode
LED Color
On Mode
Red
Power-saving
Blinking in red
Off Mode
Off
Remarks
*MHL only
Remarks
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Factory support mode
(Preset Mode, DVI-D/HDMI/PC DisplayPort)
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PROPER POSTURE
ENGLISH
ENG
PROPER POSTURE
Proper Posture for Using the Monitor
Adjust the screen so that you can comfortably view at a slight downward angle from your natural eye level.
Take a break for approximately ten minutes every hour to reduce any fatigue caused by long-time
yy
usage.
The stand of the touch monitor allows the product to be used in the optimum position.
yy
Adjust the stand angle from -5° to 20° to obtain the best view of the screen.
You should be looking
slightly down at the screen.
Adjust the angle
-5° to 20°
So that there is no reflection
or glare from the screen.
Place your hands gently on
the keyboard, keeping your
arms bent at the elbows and
extended horizontally in front
of you.
Make sure to read the Safety Precautions
before using the product.
Keep the Owner's Manual(CD) in an
accessible place for future reference.
The model and serial number of the SET
is located on the back and one side of the
SET. Record it below should you ever need
service.
MODEL
SERIAL
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