LG | MW-71PY10 | LG MW-71PY10 Owner’s Manual

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before
your set.
Retain it for future reference.
operating
Record model number and serial number of
the set.
See the label attached
and
on
the back of the set
quote this information to your dealer
when you require service.
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a
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PLASMONITR
MW-71PY10
MW-71PY10G
OWNER'S MANUAL
Safety
Instructions
Instructions
Safety
Safety
WARNING
Do not
place the
This may
-
Do not
use
This may
-
set in direct
cause a
the set in
cause a
sunlight
or near
heat
fire
damp place such
or
could
give
an
This may
cause
as
heat
registers,
stove and
so on.
bathroom
as a
water
damaged
or
any
place
where it is
likely
to
get
wet.
electric shock.
Bend antenna cable between inside and outside
-
such
sources
fire.
inside the set and could
building
give
an
to
prevent
rain from
flowing
in.
electric shock.
Earth wire should be connected.
-
-
-
If the earth wire is not connected, there is possible a danger of electric shock caused by the current leakage.
If grounding methods are not possible, a separate circuit breaker should be employed and installed by a qualified electrician.
Do not connect
Do not
-
ground
This may
Do not
-
cause a
In
case
-
could
or
could
injury
water while
cause
give
an
damaged
or
give
on
to
an
pipe.
of the set.
vent.
the set.
or
cleaning the
the set
gas
electric shock.
child
a
top
on
or
electric shock.
object into the exhaust
fire
serious
of smoke
This may
cause a
attempt
This may
During
-
or
rods
or
set.
could
strange smell
adult.
give
an
from the
electric shock.
set, switch it off ,unplug it from the wall outlet and contact your deal-
service center.
Do not
-
cause
use
This may
er or
cause a
fire
place heavy objects
This may
Do not
-
telephone wires, lightning
place anything containing liquid
This may
Do not insert any
-
to
a
cause
fire
or
could
give
an
to service the set
damaged
the set
or
electric shock.
yourself. Contact your
could
give
lightning thunder, unplug the
This may
cause
damaged
the set
or
could
an
dealer
or
service center.
electric shock.
set from the wall outlet and don't touch
give
an
an
antenna cable.
electric shock.
WARNING/CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
2
Plasma Monitor
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
Safety
*
Safety
instructions have two kinds of
information, and each meaning of it is
The violation of this instruction may
WARNING
The violation of this instruction may
NOTES
as
Instructions
below.
cause
serious
cause
light injuries
injuries
or
and
even
damage
death.
of the
product.
Take
care
of
under
danger that may happen
specific condition.
NOTES
Never touch the power
-
This may
plug with
Disconnect from the mains and
Do not
-
When
-
-
This may
Do not
-
even
on a
be careful not to
table,
causing
serious
This may
Do not
-
Dispose
-
In
case
When
-
cord but the
cause a
cause a
fire
or an
plug
when
when the power cord
cause a
fire
or an
moving the
cause
cause
place the edge
child
or
of its stand.
adult, and serious damage
of overhead power lines
to the set.
other electric
or
light
or
power circuits.
outside antenna and power lines to
keep the
former from
touching
unplugging.
the
or
carefully
to
see a
any hot
like
a
heater.
the
or
connecting part
of the power outlet is loose.
causing
a
speakers
serious
the set
can cause
or
could
once a
give
child from
eating them.
immediately.
injury
to
from the wall outlet before
damaged
objects
plug is damaged
protect
doctor
set assembled with
the set to fall,
Accumulated dust
an
do not carry
a
child
or
holding the speakers.
adult, and serious damage
cleaning.
Do not
use
to the Monitor.
liquid cleaners
or
aerosol cleaners.
electric shock.
year to clean the internal
part
of the set.
mechanical failure.
screen
should be about 5
7 times
~
as
long
as
diagonal length
of the
screen.
If not, eyes will strain.
Unplug the
-
an
across
The distance between eyes and the
-
vicinity
a
electric shock.
Contact the service center
-
to
electric shock.
of used batteries
This may
rack.
fire.
Unplug this product
-
or
electric shock.
that it eats them, take it to
This may
injury
enough distance between
cause an
plug
This may
bookcase
electric shock.
Ensure the power cord doesn't trail
-
as a
moving.
when the antenna falls.
pull the
This may
set
outside antenna in the
an
cause an
There should be
the latter
built-in installation such
the set to fall,
cause
place
This may
a
all connections before
remove
required.
installing the
This may
Do not
-
set in
place the
Ventilation
wet hand.
a
electric shock.
cause an
set from the wall outlet when it is left unattended and unused for
Accumulated dust may
cause a
deterioration
leakage.
or
electric
fire
or an
long periods
of time.
electric shock from
Owner's Manual
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Contents
Instructions continued
continued
Safety
Safety
CAUTION
-
Most
that
no
-
-
is,
the Power Cord
concerning
appliances
recommend
they
which powers
single outlet circuit
a
additional outlets
This may
cause a
fire.
or
damaged
Periodically
it, discontinue
cracked wire insulation
or
examine the cord of your
of the
use
dedicated
circuit;
and has
electric shock.
or an
Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall
cords,
a
only that appliance
branch circuits.
or
fire
:
be connected to
appliance,
outlets, loose
are
damaged
or
dangerous. Any
appliance,
wall
outlets, extension cords, frayed power
of these conditions could result in electric shock
and if its appearance indicates
and have the cord
replaced
with
an
exact
damage
or
or
deterioration, unplug
replacement part by
an
authorized
ser-
vicer.
-
Protect the power cord from
walked upon.
-
-
Use
Pay particular
-
Do not
install,
Do not
use
Do not
over
WARNING
placed
Safety
-
-
-
-
-
4
on
-
Marking
the
plug
or
qualified electrician,
Authorized Service Center. For
or an
installation,
is
damaged,
socket is loose. Use
or
place anything
on
dedicated outlet for this
a
appliance.
the power cord. Do not install the monitor
near
Shock, Do Not Expose This Appliance To Rain Or Moisture.
:
to
exposed
dirty
or
dripping
or
splashing
and
no
objects
filled with
liquids,
such
as
vases, shall be
stained, softly polish the surface.
use
polishing
the
surface,
use a
gloves
quickly
and
gentle
use
to scrape
while
any
damage.
surface,
Plasma Monitor
a
Authorized Service Center.
or an
the
Use soft
by yourself (customer).
(MW-71PY10G only)
anything
or
extend the power cord.
or
dealer, seller,
polishing
use
door,
apparatus.
Clean the surface
Do not
a
:
Marking
instruction
When
modify
abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched, closed in
outlets, and the point where the cord exits the appliance.
To Reduce The Risk Of Fire Or Electric
When the trim becomes
When
plugs,
wall
bend the power cord and do not
to avoid wire
shall not be
Apparatus
mechanical
reinstall the unit
if the power cord
Wet Location
-
or
contact the
always
Outdoor Use
-
remove,
work,
contact the dealer
sharp edge
-
or
dedicated power cord. Do not
a
For electrical
-
physical
attention to
installing
or
or
pressure.
Heavy
pressure
can
damage
soft cloth with the alcohol. If not, it may
gentle
pressure.
Heavy
pressure
scratch at the surface of this
removing
this unit to
can
damage
unit, this will
discolor the surface.
or
cause
damage
or
cause
or
discolor the surface.
discolor the surface.
damage
prevent damaging the surface.
to the surface.
Introduction
Contents
Contents
SafetyInstructions.............................2~4
Introduction
Special Menu Options
KeyLock.............................23
ISMMethod...........................23
Controls and Connection
Options
RemoteControlKeyFunctions.
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Lowpower............................23
Demo............................24
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Index................................24
Installation
Screen Menu
Installation..............................10
InstallationInstruction......................11
External
.12~17
Equipment Connections
VCRSetup............................12
CableTVSetup........................13
ExternalA/VSourceSetup................13
DVDSetup............................14
DTVSetup............................14
PCSetup..........................15~16
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HDMI................................17
Options
AutoAdjustment........................25
SettingPictureFormat...................25
SplitZoom............................26
ScreenPosition........................26
ManualConfigure.......................26
Initializing.............................27
SelectingWideVGAmode................27
ScreenAdjustments.....................28
CinemaModeSetup.....................28
LuminanceNoiseReduction...............28
PIP
(Picture-in-Picture) Feature
WatchingPIP..........................29
Operation
TurningontheMonitor.....................18
.18
MenuLanguageSelection(option).
Picture Menu Options
APC(AutoPictureControl)................19
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AutoColorTemperatureControl
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Fleshtone............................20
sRGB...............................20
PIPSize..............................29
PIPAspectRatio........................29
MovingPIP............................29
.29
Selecting an Input Signal Source for PIP
DW Setup Options
WatchingDW..........................30
SubPictureSizeAdjustment...............30
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SelectingaSourcefortheDW.
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ManualPictureControl..................20
Sound Menu
DASP
Options
(Digital Auto
ExternalControlDeviceSetup.
Sound
Processing)
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ManualSoundControl...................21
IRCode.................................37~38
BBE.................................21
AVL(AutoVolumeLeveler)................21
Options
ClockSetup...........................22
On/OffTimerSetup.....................22
Programmingtheremote....................39~41
Timer Menu
AutoOff..............................22
TroubleshootingChecklist......................42
Specifications................................43
SleepTimer...........................22
After
reading
this
manual, keep it handy for future reference.
Owner's Manual
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Introduction
Introduction
What is
a
Plasma
If
is
applied
voltage
Display
Panel
to gas within
(PDP)?
160°
-
Wide
Your flat
angle range
panel plasma
next
a
generation
are
flat
produced and fused with a fluorescent
Display using this phenomenon.
substance. At that
of vision
offers
screen
clear and visible to viewers
ultraviolet rays
glass panels,
instant, light is emitted. A Plasma Display is
exceptionally
an
anywhere
in the
broad
viewing angle
--
over
160
degrees.
This
means
that the
display
is
room.
Wide Screen
The
of the Plasma
screen
Display
is 71"
so
wide that your
viewing experience
is
as
if you
are
in
a
theater.
Multimedia
Connect your plasma display to a PC and you can use it for conferencing, games, and internet
feature allows you to view your PC and video images simultaneously.
browsing.
The Picture-in-Picture
Versatile
The
light weight
and thin size makes it easy to install your
plasma display
in
a
variety
of locations where conventional TVs would
not fit.
The PDP
Manufacturing
Process:
Why
minute colored dots may be present
on
the PDP
screen
The PDP
(Plasma Display Panel) which is the display device of this product is composed of 0.9 to 2.2 million cells. A few cell
normally occur in the PDP manufacturing process. Several minute colored dots visible on the screen should be
acceptable. This also occurs in other PDP manufacturers' products and the tiny dots appearing does not mean that this PDP is
defective. Thus a few cell defects are not sufficient cause for the PDP to be exchanged or returned. Our production technology
designed to minimize cell defects during the manufacture and operation of this product.
defects will
Cooling
In the
is
Fan Noise
same
way that
a
fan is used in
cooling fans to cool the Monitor
ating and cooling the PDP.
and
a
PC
to keep the CPU (Central Processing Unit) cool, the PDP is equipped with
reliability. Therefore, a certain level of noise could occur while the fans are oper-
computer
improve
its
The fan noise doesn't have any negative effect on the PDP's efficiency or reliability. The noise from these fans is normal during
the operation of this product. We hope you understand that a certain level of noise from the cooling fans is acceptable and is not
sufficient
cause
for the PDP to be
exchanged
TO AVOID BURNING IMAGE INTO THE
or
returned.
DISPLAY, DO NOT HAVE A STILL IMAGE ON SCREEN FOR EXTENDie.Menus, Video
ED PERIOD OF TIME. IMAGE AFTER BURN WILL NOT BE COVERED UNDER WARRANTY
games, Borders
or
LOGOS
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
6
Plasma Monitor
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
Introduction
Controls
Controls
Front Panel Controls
Controls
INDEX
Switches
LED
on or
INPUT
Display
off.
VOL
MENU
Sub power Button
E,
VOLUME
MENU Button
D
Buttons
Remote
Control
Sensor
(F,G) Buttons
Power Indicator
Illuminates red in
INPUT Button
standby
mode, Illuminates green when
the monitor is turned
on.
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Introduction
Connection
Connection
Options
Options
Back Connection
Connection Panel
Remote Control Port
S-Video
Connect your wired
remote control here.
Connect S-Video out from
an
Input/Audio Input/RGB Input
Connect the monitor
from
a
PC to the
output
appropriate input port.
EURO SCART SOCKET
For further
Connect the
refer to
DVI INPUT
RGB INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO
VIDEO3
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
AUDIO
an
signal
HDMI
to this
Connect
a
RS-232C INPUT
8
Plasma Monitor
AC INPUT
Input
output from
external device to these
jacks.
jacks.
Power Cord Socket
This monitor
PORT
Connect to the RS-232C
()
component video/audio
device to these
onaPC.
L
Component Input (1,2)
jack.
(CONTROL/SERVICE)
()
VIDEO
Audio/Video
a
()
EXTERNAL SPEAKER
RL
MONO
Connect audio/video
Connect
R
VIDEO4
INPUT 1
RL
HDMI
information,
'Speaker &
Speaker Stand' manual.
()
INPUT 2
INPUT 1
VIDEO
scart of
VIDEO
INPUT 2
HDMI
euro
the VCR to these sockets.
COMPONENT
RS-232C INPUT
(CONTRO /SERVICE)
output)
optional
external speaker(s).
*
connector
ohm
Connect to
input.
COMPONENT
REMOTE
CONTROL
(8
S-VIDEO device to the
S-VIDEO
DVI
EXTERNAL SPEAKER
Input
port
indicated
on
AC power. The voltage is
the Specifications page. Never attempt to
operates
on an
operate the monitor
on
DC power.
Installation
Remote Control
Control
-
-
When
the remote
using
control, aim it
Under certain conditions such
the
key again
as
as
Key
Functions
at the remote control
if the remote IR
is
signal
the monitor.
sensor on
the remote control may not function. Press
interrupted,
necessary.
MODE
Selects the remote operating mode: MNT,
VCR, DVD, CABLE, HDSTB or AUDIO.
Select other operating modes, for the
LIGHT
Illuminates the remote control buttons.
operate external devices.
remote to
INPUT
Selects:
Video1-2-3-4, Component 1-2,
RGB-DTV
DVI-DTV
POWER
HDMI
(or DVI-PC),
Turns your monitor
(or RGB-PC),
input sources.
MODE
GHT
L
PIP
I
N
PO W
ER
PIP
P UT
DW
NUMBER buttons
SLEEP
MUTE
VOL
Sets the
Sleep
Timer.
CHANNEL UP/DOWN
Selects available channels found with Auto
VOLUME UP/DOWN
WIN. POSITION
SPLIT ZOOM
program. Dosen't work for monitor mode.
WIN. SIZE
SPLIT ZOOM
WIN. SIZE
picture
the
Enlarges
size.
ENTER
picture.
XD
Switches the XD
(Refer
WIN.POSITION
Moves the sub
MENU
picture.
Clears all
PLAY
REW
on-screen
settings to
preference.
PAUSE
STOP
RECORD
up the main
menu
Selects the
to the
FF
VIDEO
COM1
DVI
HDMI
KEY LOCK
INDEX
for
able
picture.
lock
the
picture
format.
some
(Refer
to
p.25)
video cassette recorders
player ("RECORD"
for DVD player).
Selects:
or
button is not avail-
Video1-2-3-4, Component 1-2,
RGB-DTV
off.
on or
and returns to
menu.
VIDEO/COM1/COM2/RGB/DVI/HDMI
KEY LOCK
key
displays
from any
VCR/DVD BUTTONS
Control
screen.
source
on-screen
viewing
RGB
COM2
DVD
input
off.
ARC
SKIP
PIP INPUT
the sub
Switches the
monitor
Changes
MENU
Brings
on or
p.19)
EXIT
ARC
(Up/Down/Left/Right/ENTER)
your
to
EXIT
PIP INPUT
THUMBSTICK
Allows you to navigate the
menus and adjust the system
p.21)
CH
off.
Increases/decreases the sound level.
the sub
to
SLEEP
room.
MUTE
Adjusts
your
DA S P
factory preset picture according
on or
appropriate to
(Refer
program character:
viewing
AP C
Switches the sound
DW
To select the sound
APC
to the
off, depending
mode.
DASP
Dosen't work for monitor mode.
Adjusts
on
any other pro-
on or
Selects the DW mode.
Selects the PIP mode.
the
or
grammed equipment
PC),
HDMI
(or RGB-PC), DVI-DTV (or
input sources.
DVI-
INDEX
Switches LED
Installing
?
Display
off.
on or
Batteries
the
Open
battery compartment cover on the
matching correct polarity (+ with +, with -).
back side and install the batteries
-
?
Install two 1.5V AA batteries. Don't mix old
Replace
or
used batteries with
new ones.
cover.
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Installation
Installation
Ensure that the
where you
following accessories
purchased the product.
are
included with your
plasma display.
If
an
accessory is
missing, please
T
LIGH
MODE
OWE
PP
INPUT
contact the dealer
R
DW
DASP
APC
MUTE
SLEEP
VOL
CH
WN.POSITION SPLTZOOM
WN.SZE
ENTER
MENU
EXIT
PIPINPUT
PLAY
1.5V
PAUSE
REW
FF
VIDEO
COM1
DVI
HDMI
ARC
STOP
RECORD
SKP
COM2
KEYLOCK
RGB
INDEX
1 5V
.
Owner 's Manual
D-sub 15
Power Cord
Remote Control
Batteries
pin
cable
DVI
computer cable
Soft cloth
(MW-71PY10G only)
Option
-
-
Optional
Extras
extras
can
be
changed or modified
buying these items.
Tilt wall
mounting
bracket
Video cables
10
for
quality improvement
without any notification
Contract your dealer for
Plasma Monitor
Desktop
stand
Audio cables
new
optional
extras
can
be added.
Installation
Installation Instructions
?
Install this monitor
only
in
a
location where
adequate
ventilation is available.
GROUNDING
Power
Ensure that you connect the
electric shock. If
grounding
electrician install
a
grounding
methods
/ earth wire to
are
not
possible,
Supply
prevent possible
have
a
qualified
separate circuit breaker. Do not try to ground the
unit by connecting it to telephone wires, lightening rods, or gas pipes.
Short-circuit
Breaker
W
W all Mount Installation
For proper ventilation, allow a clearance of 4" on each
side and 2" from the wall. Detailed installation instructions
Wall
are
available from your dealer, see the optional
Bracket Installation and Setup Guide.
Mounting
2 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
Desktop
Pedestal Installation
For proper ventilation, allow a clearance of 4" on each
side and the top, 2.36" on the bottom, and 2" from the
wall. Detailed installation instructions
optional Desktop
are
Stand Installation and
included in the
Setup
Guide
available from your dealer.
4 inches
1.2 inches
4 inches
4 inches
2.4 inches
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11
Installation
Connections
Equipment Connections
External
NOTE: Not all cables shown
VCR
VCR
-
-
included with the
are
plasma display.
Setup
To avoid
picture
noise
(interference),
leave
an adequate distance between the VCR and Monitor.
having a fixed image remain on the screen for a long period of time. Typically
4:3 picture format is used; the fixed image may remain visible on the screen.
Use the ISM Method feature to avoid
frozen still
picture
from
a
VCR. If the
How to connect
1. Connect the audio and video cables from the VCR's
jacks
to the monitor
colors
=
output
shown in the
figure.
connecting the monitor to VCR, match the jack
(Video yellow, Audio Left white, and Audio Right
When
input jacks,
=
as
=
red).
COMPONENT
2. If you connect an S-VIDEO output from VCR to the SVIDEO input, the picture quality is improved; compared to
connecting
regular
a
VCR to the Video
VIDEO
INPUT 2
INPUT 2
COMPONENT
VIDEO
INPUT 1
MONO
SEO
VIDEO
VIDEO3
INPUT 1
RL
AUDIO
AUDIO
VO
input.
3. If you connect the Euro scart socket of the VCR to the Euro
scart socket of the set. No other connection is needed.
Mono VCR: Connect the video
to the VIDEO
input
on
output cable from the VCR
the monitor.
S-VIDEO VCR: Connect the S-Video
VCR to the S-VIDEO
Video offers
How to
use
1. Insert
a
input on
higher quality).
output cable from the
the monitor.
(Note
that S-
ANT OUT
video
tape into the VCR and press PLAY
on
the
ANT IN
VCR.
(Refer
to the VCR owner's
2. Use the INPUT button
Video 1
12
or
Video 3.
Plasma Monitor
on
manual.)
S-VIDEO
OUT
(R)
OUTPUT
SWITCH
34
AUDIO
(L)
VIDEO
or
IN
the remote control to select
VCR
VIDEO4
a
Installation
Cable
Cable TV
-
Setup
After
subscribing to a cable monitor service from a local provider and installing a converter, you can watch cable TV
programming. The monitor cannot display monitor programming unless a TV tuner device or cable TV converter box
is
connected to the Monitor.
-
For further information
cable monitor
regarding
contact your local cable TV service
service,
provider(s).
How to connect
1. Connect the audio and video cables from the Cable Box's
jacks
to the monitor
When
(Video
Or,
input jacks,
as
shown in the
connecting the monitor to a Cable Box, match
yellow, Audio Left white, and Audio Right
=
=
output
figure.
the
=
jack
red).
colors
connect the Euro scart socket of the Cable box to the Euro scart
socket of the set.
VIDEO
COMPONENT
INPUT 2
INPUT 2
COMPONENT
INPUT 1
VIDEO
How to
use
1. Use the INPUT button
(If connected to
input source.)
on
VIDEO 2
VID
INPUT 1
RL
RL
MONO
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
the remote control to select Video 1.
or
VIDEO 3, select the Video 2
or
Video 3
2. Select your desired channel with the remote control for cable box.
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
VIDEO
TV
VCR
RF
Cable
Cable Box
External A/V Source
Source
Setup
How to connect
1. Connect the audio and video cables from the external
equipment's output jacks to the monitor input jacks, as
shown in the figure.
When connecting the monitor to external equipment, match
the jack colors (Video
yellow, Audio Left white, and
Audio Right
red).
=
=
Or,
connect the Euro scart socket of the External A/V to the
VIDEO
COMPONENT
INPUT 2
=
INPUT 2
COMPONENT
VIDEO
INPUT 1
VIDEO
VID
INPUT 1
RL
AUDIO
S-VIDEO
RL
MONO
AUDIO
VIDEO
Euro scart socket of the set.
Camcorder
How to
use
1. Use the INPUT button
Video1.(If
Video 2
2.
on
the remote control to select
connected to VIDEO 2
or
VIDEO 3, select the
Video Game Set
Video 3
input source.)
Operate the corresponding external equipment.
external equipment operating guide.
or
Refer to
AUDIO
RL
VIDEO
Owner 's Manual
13
Installation
Connections
Equipment Connections
External
DVD
Setup
How to connect
1. Connect the DVD video
NENT
(Y, PB, PR)
the DVD audio
on
the
monitor,
outputs
as
to the COMPO-
outputs
HDMI INPUT
or
jacks
and connect
to the AUDIO INPUT
shown in the
jacks
figure.
2. If your DVD only has an S-Video output jack, connect
this to the S-VIDEO input on the monitor and connect
VIDEO
COMPONENT
INPUT 2
INPUT 2
COMPONENT
DVI INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
RGB INPUT
VIDEO
INPUT 1
SEO
AUDI
R
MONO
AUDIO
the DVD audio
outputs
the
shown in the
VI
INPUT 1
R
VO
DEO
monitor,
How to
1. Turn
as
jacks
on
figure.
use
on
the DVD
insert
player,
2. Use the INPUT button
select
to the AUDIO INPUT
Component
1
a
HDMI.
or
DVD.
the remote control to
on
(If
connected to S-
VIDEO, select the Video 1 external input source.)
3. Refer to the DVD
or
HDMI OUTPUT
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
B
(R)
R
AUDIO
(L)
player's
manual for
operating
instructions.
S-VIDEO
DVD
Component Input ports
?
To get better picture quality, connect a DVD
the component input ports as shown below.
Component ports
of the
YPBPR
Monitor
Video
DTV
-
Y
Y
Y
Y
output ports
of DVD
player
player
Pr
R-Y
Cr
PR
Pb
B-Y
Cb
PB
Setup
To watch
digitally broadcast programs, purchase
a digital set-top box.
This monitor supports HDCP (High-bandwidth
Digital Contents Protection) protocol for DVI DTV
(480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i) mode.
and connect
-
How to connect
1. Use the monitor's COMPONENT
(Y, PB, PR)
INPUT, RGB, DVI or HDMI jack for video
connections, depending on your set-top box
connector. Then, make the corresponding audio
COMPONENT
VIDEO
INPUT 2
INPUT 2
T
E)
COMPONENT
HDMI
DVI INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
RGB INPUT
VIDEO
INPUT 1
INPUT 1
RL
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
RL
MONO
AUDIO
VIDEO
connections.
How to
1. Turn
use
on
the
digital set-top box. (Refer to the
digital set-top box.)
owner's manual for the
2. Use INPUT
on
the remote control to select
Component 1, RGB,
DVI
or
HDMI.
or
HDMI OUTPUT
DVI-DTV OUTPUT
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
RGB-DTV OUTPUT
(R)
Digital Set-top
14
Signal
Component1
Component2
RGB-DTV
DVI-DTV
HDMI
480i
o
o
x
x
x
480p
o
o
o
o
o
576i
o
o
x
x
x
576p
o
o
o
o
o
720p
o
o
o
o
o
1080i
o
o
o
o
o
1080p
x
x
o
x
x
Plasma Monitor
Box
AUDIO
(L)
B
R
VID
to
Installation
PC
-
-
Setup
This monitor
provides Plug and Play capability, meaning that the PC adjusts automatically to its settings. The monitor sends
configuration information (EDID) to the PC using the Video Electronics Standard Association (VESA) Display Data Channel
(DDC) protocol.
The monitor perceives 640x480, 60Hz as DTV 480p based on the PC graphic card. In this case, change the screen scanning
rate for the graphic card.
How to connect
1. To
get the best picture quality, adjust the PC graphics
a 1280x1024, 60Hz. Resolutions over UXGA
card to
cannot be
displayed.
2. Use the monitor 's RGB INPUT
Interface) port
for video
or
DVI
your PC connector.
If the graphic card on the PC does not
and
digital
RGB
simultaneously,
either RGB INPUT
or
(Digital
Visual
connections, depending
COMPONE
INPUT 2
PUT
on
CE)
COMPONEN
HDMI
DVI INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
RGB INPUT
INPUT 1
VIDEO
output analog
only one of
display the PC on
connect
DVI INPUT to
the monitor.
If the
graphic card on the PC does output analog and
RGB simultaneously, set the monitor to either
RGB or DVI; (the other mode is set to Plug and Play
automatically by the monitor.)
Then, make the corresponding audio connections. If
using a sound card, adjust the PC sound as required.
digital
3.
How to
use
1. Turn
on
the PC and the monitor.
2. Turn
on
the
display by pressing
3. Use the INPUT button
4. Check the
brightness
NOTES:
?
?
?
the POWER button
on
the monitor's remote control.
the remote control to select RGB
or
DVI.
your monitor. There may be noise associated with the resolution, vertical pattern, contrast or
in PC mode. If noise is present, change the PC mode to another resolution, change the refresh rate to
image
another rate
graphic
on
card
Use
or
adjust
can
a
Avoid
on
the
not be
brightness and contrast on the menu until the picture is clear. If the refresh rate of the PC
changed, change the PC graphic card or consult the manufacturer of the PC graphic card.
DVI cable.
keeping a fixed image on the monitor's screen for a long period of time. The fixed image
permanently imprinted on the screen. Use the Orbiter screen saver when possible.
The synchronization input form for Horizontal and Vertical frequencies is separate.
may become
Owner 's Manual
15
Installation
External
Monitor
Connections
Equipment Connections
Display Specifications (RGB-PC
Resolution
720x400
640x480
/ DVI-PC
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(KHz)
Frequency(Hz)
31.469
70.08
37.927
85.03
31.469
59.94
35.000
66.66
37.861
72.80
37.500
75.00
43.269
85.00
35.156
56.25
37.879
60.31
46.875
75.00
53.674
85.06
49.725
74.55
31.500
60.00
35.000
70.00
37.500
75.00
31.500
60.00
35.000
70.00
37.500
75.00
48.363
60.00
56.476
70.06
60.023
75.02
54.348
60.05
63.995
70.01
67.500
75.00
60.000
60.00
63.981
60.02
80.000
75.00
800x600
832x624
848x480
852x480
1024x768
1152x864
1280x960
1280x1024
16
Plasma Monitor
Mode)
Installation
-
HDMI TM the HDMI
,
logo
and
High-Definition
Multimedia Interface
trademarks
are
or
registered
trademarks of HDMI
Licensing.
-
-
-
-
This monitor
receive the
can
High-Definition
Multimedia
Interface(HDMI).
This monitor
supports HDCP(High-bandwidth Digital Contents Protection) Protocol for 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i modes.
When you Connect with HDMI Source Devices (DVD Player or Set Top Box) supporting Auto HDMI function, automatically,
support Plug & Play and then set the HDMI Source Devices(1920 x 1080i). After reading in HDMI Source Devices using
Display Data Channel(DDC) Protocol, EDID stored in monitor is used. If HDMI Source Devices not supported Auto HDMI is
been, the Resolution is setted, manually.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the DVD Player or Set Top Box output resolution to 1920 x 1080i.
How to connect
When Source
-
Devices(DVD Player or Set Top Box) support HDMI.
Output Connector, Source Devices
If Source Devices have HDMI
connect to DTV with HDMI Cable
.(not supplied
with the
product).
-
If Source Devices
resolution divert
-
-
To
support Auto HDMI, automatically, Source Devices divert output resolution in
Manually Setting
get the best picture quality, adjust the DVD Player
Because HDMI sends
Digital
1920
x
1080i. But if not,
for reference Manual of Source Devices.
Video and Audio with
or
one
Set
Top
Box
cable, need
output resolution
not
especial
to 1920
x
Audio Cable for
1080i.
using
HDMI Cable.
Reference
Cable
sample
HDMI Cable
(not supplied
with the
product)
Owner 's Manual
17
Operation
Operation
Operation
T urning on
on the Monitor
Turning
on
the Monitor
1. Connect power cord
2. Press the INPUT
-
The
after installation
correctly.
or
the Monitor will switch
Menu
just
button
At this moment, the Monitor is switched to
on
the Monitor
or
press the
standby
POWER, INPUT button
mode.
on
the remote control and then
on.
Selection (option)
Language Selection
(option)
menus can
be shown
on
the
1. Press the MENU button and then
screen
use D
in the selected
language.
First select your
/ E button to select the SPECIAL
language.
menu.
2. Press the G button and then
use D
/ E button to select
3. Press the G button and then
use D
/ E button to select your desired language.
will be shown in the language of your choice.
From this
point
on, the
on-screen menus
4. Press the ENTER button to
?
save.
Press the MENU button to return to the
18
Plasma Monitor
previous
menu.
Language.
Operation
Picture Menu
-
Readjust
APC
-
-
Picture
(Auto
menu
Picture
settings
Options
Options
for each
following input
preferred.
source as
Control)
APC
adjusts the Monitor for the best picture appearance.
adjusting Picture menu options (contrast, brightness, color, sharpness,
changes to Off.
When
1. Press the APC button
repeatedly
to select the
Optimum
Daylight
picture
Night
appearance
and
setup option
tint) manually,
as
APC
automatically
shown below.
Off
time
You
can also select Daylight, Optimum, Night time or Off in the PICTURE menu.
Daylight, Optimum, and Night time settings are preset for optimum picture quality
changed.
?
?
-
XD is LG Electronic's
unique picture improving technology to display a real
through an advanced digital signal processing algorithm.
When selecting APC options (Daylight, Optimum and Night time), XD is
automatically change to On.
You can also select On or Off by using
button on the remote control
-
handset.
PICTURE
use
D/E button to select the PICTURE
2. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to select XD.
3. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to select On
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
new
menu.
On
ACC
Off
Fleshtone
TIMER
SCREEN
PIP/DW
or
APC
G
SOUND
SPECIAL
1. Press the MENU button and then
and cannot be
factory
HD
source
-
at the
Contrast
100
Brightness
55
Color
55
Sharpness
60
Tint
Menu
0
Prev.
Off.
settings.
Auto Color
Color Temperature Control
Control
-
To initialize values
(reset
to default
settings),
select the Normal
option.
PICTURE
1. Press the MENU button and then
use D / E
button to select the PICTURE
APC
Cool
menu.
SOUND
G
ACC
Fleshtone
2. Press the G
button and then
3. Press the G button and then
Normal
(Default),
Warm
use D / E
use
button to select ACC
.
D/E button to select either Cool
TIMER
(Preset),
SPECIAL
(Preset).
SCREEN
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
new
Contrast
Brightness
55
Color
55
Sharpness
60
Tint
Normal
Warm
100
0
settings.
PIP/DW
Menu
Prev.
Owner 's Manual
19
Operation
Picture Menu
continued
continued
Options
Options
Fleshtone
-
-
Use Fleshtone to select the desired skin color
This function works in the
following
option.
mode:
PICTURE
Video1-2-3-4, Component 1-2, RGB-DTV, DVI-DTV and HDMI-DTV Mode only
1. Press the MENU button and then
D/E button to select the PICTURE
use
SOUND
use
D/E button to select Fleshtone.
SPECIAL
3. Press the G button and then
use
F / G button to make
appropriate adjustments.
SCREEN
?
The
adjustment
range is 0
ACC
G
Fleshtone
menu.
TIMER
2. Press the G button and then
APC
Contrast
Brightness
55
Color
55
Sharpness
60
Tint
0
100
0
3.
~
PIP/DW
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
Menu
Prev.
settings.
new
sRGB
sRGB
If the monitor is connected to external
-
to
-
adjust
This function works in the
only RGB-PC,
-
equipment using sRGB,
set sRGB to On
for the color difference.
PICTURE
following
mode:
SOUND
DVI-PC Modes
ACC
sRGB
TIMER
1. Press the MENU button and then
APC
use
D/E button to select the PICTURE
menu.
SPECIAL
2. Press the G button and then
use
D/E button to select sRGB.
3. Press the G
use
D/E button to select On
Contrast
G
On
100
Off
Brightness
55
Color
55
SCREEN
button and then
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
or
Off.
PIP/DW
new
settings.
Menu
Prev.
Manual Picture Control
Control
-
You
can
adjust picture contrast, brightness, color, sharpness,
prefer.
and tint to the
levels you
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the G button and then
use D / E
use D / E
3. Press the G button and then
4. Press the ENTER button to
20
Plasma Monitor
use
save
button to select the PICTURE
button to select the desired
(Contrast, Brightness, Color, Sharpness
or
new
menu.
picture option
Tint).
F / G button to make
the
PICTURE
settings.
SOUND
ACC
Fleshtone
TIMER
SPECIAL
appropriate adjustments.
APC
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Contrast
100 G
Brightness
60
Color
50
Sharpness
50
Tint
Menu
0
Prev.
Operation
Sound
Sound Menu
DASP
-
-
(Digital
Options
Options
Auto Sound
Sound
Processing)
DASP lets you enjoy the best sound without any special adjustment because the Monitor has
options based on the program content.
When adjusting sound options (treble, bass) manually, DASP automatically changes to Off.
1. Press the DASP button
repeatedly
SRS TSXT
Flat
You
?
SRS TSXT, Flat, Music, Movie, and Sports
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
?
?
adjust DASP
TruSurround XT
in the SOUND
technology
is
sound
appropriate
Music
?
can
also
to select the
setup
as
the
appropriate
sound
shown below.
Movie
Off
Sports
menu.
are
preset for good sound quality
under license from SRS
incorporated
at the
factory
and cannot be
changed.
Labs, Inc.
Manual Sound
Sound Control
Control
1. Press the MENU button and then
button to select the SOUND
menu.
D/E button to select the desired sound
option
D/E
use
PICTURE
DASP
BBE
2. Press the G button and then
(Balance,
Treble
or
use
SOUND
AVL
TIMER
Treble
50
Bass
50
Balance
Bass).
3. Press the G button and then
use
F / G button to make
appropriate adjustments.
0G
L
R
SPECIAL
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
new
settings.
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Menu
PICTURE
DASP
Prev.
BBE
-
BBE High Definition Sound restores clarity
intelligibility and musical realism.
and presence for better
speech
1. Press the MENU button and then
use D / E
button to select the SOUND
menu.
button and then
use D / E
button to select BBE.
On
Off
AVL
Balance
TIMER
2. Press the G
G
BBE
SOUND
0
Treble
50
Bass
50
SPECIAL
3. Press the G button and then
use
D/E button to select On
or
Off.
SCREEN
4. Press the ENTER button to
-
the
new
settings.
Manufactured under license from BBE
?
?
save
Treble, Bass
or
A VL
VL
V
Volume
olume
(Auto
PIP/DW
Menu
PICTURE
DASP
Prev.
Sound, Inc.
BBE aren't suitable for SRS TSXT mode.
This feature maintains
Leveler)
an
equal
volume
level;
even
if you
change
channels.
BBE
1. Press the MENU button and then
use D / E
button to select the SOUND
menu.
G
SOUND
AVL
TIMER
Treble
50
Bass
50
Balance
2. Press the G button and then
use D / E
button to select AVL
3. Press the G button and then
use D / E
button to select On
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
new
settings.
.
or
Off.
0
On
Off
SPECIAL
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Menu
Prev.
Owner 's Manual
21
Operation
T imer Menu
Clock
Clock
-
Options
Options
Setup
If current time
setting
is wrong, correct the clock
setting.
PICTURE
G
Clock
--:--AM
Off timer
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
2. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to select
3. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to set the hour.
SPECIAL
4. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to set the minutes.
SCREEN
D/E
button to select the TIMER
menu.
SOUND
On timer
Auto off
5. Press the ENTER button to
On/Of
On/Of ff T imer
-
-
-
Timer function
save
the
new
Clock.
TIMER
settings.
PIP/DW
Menu
Prev.
Setup
operates only if
current time has
already been
they are set
Off-Timer function overrides On-Timer function if
set.
to the
same
PICTURE
time.
Clock
Off timer
If you do not press any button within 2 hours after the monitor turns on with the
On Timer function, the monitor will automatically revert to standby mode.
SOUND
G
On timer
On
Auto off
Off
6:30AM
TIMER
Volume
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
2. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to select Off timer
3. Press the G
button and then
use D / E
?
To cancel On/Off timer
D/E
button to select the TIMER
or
menu.
SPECIAL
On timer.
SCREEN
button to select On.
PIP/DW
Menu
Prev.
function, select Off.
4. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to set the hour.
5. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to set the minutes.
only On timer function; Press the G button and then
set volume level.
For
6. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
new
use
D/E button to
settings.
Auto Of
Of ff
-
If there is
no
input signal,
the Monitor turns off
after 10 minutes.
automatically
PICTURE
1. Press the MENU button and then
use D / E
button to select the TIMER
Clock
Off timer
menu.
SOUND
On timer
use D / E
button to select Auto off.
3. Press the G button and then
use D / E
button to select On
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
new
or
Off
TIMER
Off.
SPECIAL
settings.
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Sleep
-
The
On
G
Auto off
2. Press the G button and then
Menu
Prev.
T imer
sleep
timer turns the Monitor off at
a
preset time. Note that this setting is cleared when the monitor is turned off.
zz
1. Press the SLEEP button
screen, followed
by
the
repeatedly to select the number of minutes. First the
following sleep timer options: 10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 180,
2. When the number of minutes you want is displayed
count down from the number of minutes selected.
3. To check the
remaining
on
minutes before the monitor turns
Min option appears
and 240 minutes.
---
the screen, press the ENTER button. The timer
off, press the SLEEP
or
ENTER button
zz
4. To cancel the
22
Sleep Timer,
Plasma Monitor
press the SLEEP button
repeatedly
until
---
Min appears.
once.
on
the
begins
to
17
Operation
Menu
Special
Special
Key
-
-
-
Lock
The monitor
can
This feature
can
panel
Options
Options
be set up so that it can only be used with the remote control.
be used to prevent unauthorized viewing by disabling the front
PICTURE
This Monitor is
to remember which
programmed
it
option
was
last set to
even
Language
Key
controls.
SOUND
if
G
lock
On
ISM Method
Off
Low power
you turn the monitor off.
TIMER
Set ID
SPECIAL
Index
Demo
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
2. Press the G button and then
D/E
use
D/E button to select the SPECIAL
button to select
menu.
Key lock.
SCREEN
3. Press the G button and then use D / E button to select On or Off.
?
'
When you select On, the display
button on the front panel is pressed.
4. Press the ENTER button to
the
save
W
Key lock' appears
new
on
PIP/DW
the
setting Key lock 'On', if the monitor is turned off with the remote control, press the INPUT
POWER, INPUT on the remote control to turn the monitor on.
ISM
from
PC/video game displayed on the screen for
picture
periods will result in an ghost image remaining; even when you
prolonged
change the image.
Monitor's
screen
a
the monitor
or
a
Avoid
for
on
Method
(Image Sticking Minimization)
A frozen still
Prev.
settings.
-In
-
Menu
if any
screen
allowing
long period
a
fixed
or
still
image
to remain
on
PICTURE
SOUND
of time.
TIMER
1. Press the MENU button and then
use D / E
button to select the SPECIAL
use D / E
lock
ISM Method
G
Normal
Low power
White wash
Set ID
Orbiter
menu.
Inversion
Demo
SPECIAL
2. Press the G button and then
Language
Key
the
Index
button to select ISM Method.
SCREEN
3. Press the G
button and then
wash, Orbiter,
?
?
PIP/DW
never a
ISM is not necessary
problem,
Prev.
Menu
set this to Normal.
-
White wash
White Wash
?
Normal, White
Inversion.
or
Normal
If image sticking is
to clear
?
D/E button to select either
use
removes
permanent images from the
completely using
screen.
White Wash. To return to normal
Note: An excessive
viewing,
permanent image may be impossible
press the any button.
Orbiter
Orbiter may help prevent ghost images. However, it is best not to allow any fixed
avoid a permanent image on the screen, the image will move every 2 minutes.
image
to remain
on
the
screen.
To
Inversion
Inversion will
automatically
4. Press the ENTER button to
invert the
the
save
plasma display panel
new
color every 30 minutes.
settings.
Low Power
-
Low power reduces the
plasma display's
power
consumption.
PICTURE
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
D/E button to select the SPECIAL
2. Press the G button and then
use
D/E button to select Low power.
3. Press the G button and then
use
D/E button to select On
menu.
Language
Key
SOUND
lock
ISM Method
Low power
TIMER
G
On
Off
Set ID
Demo
?
When you select
On, the
4. Press the ENTER button to
screen
save
darkens.
the
new
settings.
or
Off.
SPECIAL
Index
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Menu
Prev.
Owner 's Manual
23
Operation
Menu
Special
Options
Options
continued
continued
Demo
-
Use it to
see
the difference between XD Demo
on
and XD Demo off.
PICTURE
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the G
button and then
3. Press the G
button to
use D / E
use D / E
button to select the SPECIAL
button to select
menu.
Language
Key
lock
SOUND
ISM Method
TIMER
Set ID
SPECIAL
Index
Low power
Demo.
Demo
XD Demo.
begin
4. Press the EXIT button to
stop
XD Demo.
G
To start
G
On
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Menu
Prev.
INDEX
-
Switches LED
Display
off.
on or
PICTURE
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the G button and then
3.
use
use D / E
D/E
button to select the SPECIAL
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
SOUND
new
settings.
TIMER
Set ID
SPECIAL
Index
Demo
Off
SCREEN
PIP/DW
24
Plasma Monitor
lock
ISM Method
Low power
button to select Index.
Press the G button and then use D/E button to select On or Off.
Language
Key
menu.
Menu
Prev.
Operation
Screen
Screen Menu
Auto
-
-
-
-
Options
Options
Adjustment
RGB (PC) mode only; This function doesn't work for RGB-DTV.
Automatically adjusts picture position and minimizes image shaking.
After adjustment, if the image is still not correct, your Monitor is functioning
properly but needs further adjustment.
The Auto config., Position and Manual config. are not active in DVI mode.
PICTURE
Auto
G
config.
To start
ARC
Position
SOUND
Manual
config.
Reset
TIMER
VGA Mode
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the G button and then
3. Press the G button to
?
When Auto
?
If the
config.
(PC) mode,
,
Setting
-
-
-
use D / E
Auto
button to select Auto
you
can
PIP/DW
configure.
if the
a
4:3 fixed
1. Press the ARC button
SCREEN
-
?
-
Prev.
image needs to be adjusted more after using Auto
adjustments with the Manual config. option.
image
is
on
the
screen
sources :
for
a
repeatedly
long time,
it may remain visible.
4:3, 16:9, Horizon and Zoom.
RGB-DTV/DVI-DTV/Component 480p, 576p, 720p,
?
Menu
make further
RGB/DVI-PC: 4:3, 16:9
Component 480i/576i, Video
-
SCREEN
config..
Picture Format
Caution: If
?
SPECIAL
menu.
config. has finished, OK will be shown on screen.
position of the image is still not correct, try Auto adjustment again.
4. In RGB
-
run
D/E button to select the SCREEN
use
1080i/HDMI
to select the desired
picture
480p, 576p, 720p,
format. You
can
1080i
:
also select
4:3, 16:9 and Zoom.
picture
format in the
menu.
4:3
Choose 4:3 when you want to view
left and right sides.
a
picture
with
an
original
4:3
aspect ratio, with black bars appearing
at both the
16:9
Choose 16:9 when you want to
adjust
the
picture horizontally,
in
a
linear
proportion
to fill the entire
screen.
Horizon
Choose Horizon when you want to
to create a spectacular view.
adjust
the
picture
in
a
non-linear
proportion,
that
is,
more
enlarged
at both
sides,
?
-
Zoom
Choose Zoom when you want to view the
picture will be cropped.
picture
without any alteration.
However, the top and bottom portions of
the
Owner 's Manual
25
Operation
Screen Menu
Split
-
-
-
-
continued
continued
Options
Options
Zoom
Enlarges the picture in correct proportions.
Split Zoom can be used for all input sources.
In 2-Split Zoom mode, you can only move the image up or down.
If a screen is enlarged, a screen can move without selecting section
1. Press the SPLIT ZOOM button
2-Split
4-Split
¡ª
corresponding
3
Split
Zoom.
Zoom.
9-Split
5
of
viewing,
choosing
zoom
123
¡ª
¢'¢"
to the section you wish to
Example
zoom
12
4
4
button. To return to normal
/ E / F / G
9
or
,
Split
¡
¢'¢"
2. Press the number button
2, 4
screen
zoom
12
¡
4
9-Split
to select either
zoom
1
with the D
repeatedly
of
enlarge.
You
4
5
7
89
can move
press the SPLIT ZOOM button
¡ª
¡
6
¢'¢"
within the
enlarged image
again.
Section 5 is
5.
the
enlarged
to fill
screen.
¡ª
¡
56
789
¢'¢"
Screen
Screen Position
-
This function works in the
following
mode:
RGB-PC, RGB-DTV (480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p), COMPONENT (480p,
576p, 720p, 1080i).
PICTURE
Auto
config.
ARC
SOUND
1. Press the MENU button and then
use D / E
button to select the SCREEN
menu.
TIMER
G
Position
Manual
config.
D
Reset
F
G
E
VGA Mode
2. Press the G button and then
use D / E
button to select Position.
3. Press the G button and then use D/E / F / G button to
4. Press the ENTER button to
Manual
-
If the
-
the
new
the
position.
SCREEN
settings.
PIP/DW
Prev.
Menu
Configure
adjustment is completed and especially
jittery, adjust the picture Phase manually.
To correct the screen size, adjust Clock.
This function works in the following mode: RGB-PC mode only
image
characters
-
save
adjust
SPECIAL
still isn't clear after auto
are
if
still
PICTURE
D/E button to select the SCREEN
use
config.
ARC
SOUND
Position
Manual
TIMER
1. Press the MENU button and then
Auto
config.
Reset
VGA Mode
menu.
SPECIAL
2. Press the G button and then
3. Press the G button and then
button to select Manual
use D / E
use
config..
D/E button to to select Phase
or
SCREEN
Clock.
PIP/DW
4. Use the F
/ G
?
The Phase
?
The Clock
button to make
adjustment range
adjustment range
5. Press the ENTER button to
26
appropriate adjustments.
Plasma Monitor
is 0
30.
~
is -127
save
the
+128.
~
new
settings.
Menu
Prev.
G
Phase
0
Clock
0
Operation
Initializing (Reset
-
-
This function
to
original factory
factory value)
value)
operates in every mode.
To initialize the
adjusted
value.
PICTURE
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the G button and then
use
D/E button to select the SCREEN
menu.
You
PIP
can
Selecting
-
To
see a
G
To start
VGA Mode
config., Position, Split
picture size for DW.
zoom, PIP
size, PIP position,
and sub
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Prev.
Menu
W
W ide VGA
VGA mode
normal
picture,
match the resolution of RGB VGA mode
(640x480,
848x480, 852x480) with the selection for VGA mode in the SCREEN
-
config.
Reset
SPECIAL
initialize Manual
transparency
config.
Position
Manual
TIMER
D/E button to select Reset.
use
3. Press the G button.
?
Auto
ARC
SOUND
This function works in the
following
mode: RGB-PC mode
menu.
PICTURE
Auto
config.
ARC
only
SOUND
Position
Manual
1. Press the MENU button and then
use D / E
2. Press the G button and then
D/E
use
3. Press the G button and then
use
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
button to select the SCREEN
menu.
button to select VGA Mode.
D/E button to select the desired VGA resolution.
the
new
settings.
TIMER
config.
Reset
VGA Mode
G
640x480
848x480
SPECIAL
852x480
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Menu
Prev.
Owner 's Manual
27
Operation
Screen Menu
Screen
Screen
-
Options
Options
continued
continued
Adjustments
Use this function to correct
jittering
picture instability
or
while
viewing
a
video
PICTURE
tape.
-
-
This function works in the
Video1-2 and
Component
following
mode:
480i/576i mode
adj.
G
ARC
only
TV
VCR
Cinema
TIMER
1. Press the MENU button and then
Screen
SOUND
D/E button to select the SCREEN
use
menu.
YNR
Reset
SPECIAL
2. Press the G button and then
use
3. Press the G button and then
D/E button to select Screen
button to select TV
use D / E
or
adj..
SCREEN
VCR.
PIP/DW
?
Select the VCR
?
option if watching a VCR.
option for other equipment. (Except VCR)
Select the TV
4. Press the ENTER button to
Cinema
Cinema Mode
-
-
-
save
the
new
Prev.
settings.
Setup
Sets up the monitor for the best picture appearance for
This function works in the following mode:
Video1-2 and
Menu
Component
480i/576i mode
viewing
movies.
PICTURE
Screen
adj.
ARC
only
SOUND
G
Cinema
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
D/E button to select the SCREEN
menu.
TIMER
YNR
On
Off
Reset
2. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to select Cinema..
SPECIAL
3. Press the G
button and then
use
D/E button to select On
SCREEN
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
the
new
or
Off.
settings.
PIP/DW
Menu
Prev.
Luminance Noise Reduction
-
-
-
Use YNR to reduce the
picture noise that may appear
following mode:
Component 480i/576i modes only
on
the
screen.
This function works in the
Video 1-2 and
PICTURE
Screen
adj.
ARC
SOUND
Cinema
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
D/E button to select the SCREEN
menu.
TIMER
G
YNR
use D / E
3. Press the G button and then
use
4. Press the ENTER button to
save
28
Plasma Monitor
button to select YNR.
D/E button to select On
the
new
settings.
or
Off.
SPECIAL
SCREEN
PIP/DW
Menu
On
Off
Reset
2. Press the G button and then
Prev.
External Control Device
PIP
-
Setup
(Picture-In-Picture)
(Picture-In-Picture) Feature
PIP lets you view 2 different inputs (sources)
source will show a smaller inset image.
your monitor
on
screen
at the
time. One
same
source
will be
large,
and the
other
-
-
This function doesn't work for
If
input signals(50Hz/60Hz)
RGB-DTV(1080p).
of the main and sub
pictures
are
different in PIP/DW
W
W atching PIP
mode, the
screens are
unnatural.
PIP Size
Size
Press the PIP button
repeatedly
to turn PIP
on or
Press the WIN.SIZE button and then
off.
change
the sub
picture
use
F
/ G
button to
size.
Component
Video
10:30
Win.size
FG
-
PIP T ransparency
(PIP
To make the PIP clear
or
Mode
only)
Moving
the
the PIP
Press the WIN.POSITION button.
opaque.
Press the D/E
1. Press the MENU button and then
select the
PIP/DW
3. Press the G
PIP
The
use
use
D/E button to select PIP
F / G button to
adjust
Win.position
▲
▼
appropriate adjustments.
range of PIP
5. Press the ENTER button to
an
an
repeatedly until desired posipicture moves up/down/left/right.
◀▶
button to make
adjustment
Selecting
button
.
button and then
/ G
/ F / G
tion is achieved. The sub
transparency.
4. Use the F
?
button to
menu.
2. Press the G button and then
Transparency
use D / E
Input Signal
Transparency is
0
~
Source
Source for the PIP
Use the PIP INPUT button to select the
Main Picture Source
Video
Component 480i/576i
Component 480p/576p/720p/1080i
RGB/DVI-DTV(480p/576p/720p/1080i)
input
source
for the sub
picture.
Available Sub Picture Sources
Video, Component, RGB/DVI/HDMI 480p/576p/720p/1080i, RGB/DVI-PC
Video, Component, RGB/DVI/HDMI 480p/576p/720p/1080i, RGB/DVI-PC
Video, Component 480i/576i, RGB/DVI 480p/576p/720p/1080i, RGB/DVI-PC
Video and
RGB/DVI-PC
Video and
HDMI
Video and
480p/576p/720p/1080i
10.
save.
Component
Component
Component
480i/576i
Owner 's Manual
29
External Control Device
DW
-
As the
the
-
Setup
Setup
Setup Option
Option
name
same
suggests, this mode splits the
time. Each
source
is
This function doesn't work for
screen
into 2,
allowing
2
picture
sources
to be shown
on
the monitor
screen
given half the screen.
RGB-DTV(1080p).
W
W atching DW
Press the DW button
repeatedly
to select
one
of the DW
DW1
Sub
Sub Picture Size
Size
options.
DW2
Adjustment
Press the WIN.SIZE button.
?
Use the F
?
Using the WIN.SIZE
simultaneously.
Using the WIN.SIZE
?
/ G
button to
change
the sub
picture
size.
function in DW
mode, main and sub picture sizes
function in PIP
mode, sub picture size is changed.
are
changed
Win.size
FG
WIN.POSITION is not functional in DW mode.
Selecting
a
a
Source
Source for
for the
the DW
Use the PIP INPUT button to select the
Main Picture Source
Video
Component 480i/576i
Component 480p/576p/720p/1080i
RGB/DVI-DTV(480p/576p/720p/1080i)
input
source
for the sub
Available Sub Picture Sources
Video, Component, RGB/DVI/HDMI 480p/576p/720p/1080i, RGB/DVI-PC
Video, Component, RGB/DVI/HDMI 480p/576p/720p/1080i, RGB/DVI-PC
Video, Component 480i/576i, RGB/DVI 480p/576p/720p/1080i, RGB/DVI-PC
Video and
RGB/DVI-PC
Video and
HDMI
Video and
30
480p/576p/720p/1080i
Plasma Monitor
picture.
Component
Component
Component
480i/576i
at
External Control Device
Setup
External Control
Control Device Setup
Setup
-
Connect the RS-232C
input jack to an external
externally.
control device
(such
as a
computer
or an
A/V control
system)
and
control the Monitor's functions
-
-
Connect the serial
port of the control device
RS-232C connection cables
are
not
to the RS-232C
supplied
jack
on
the Monitor back
VIDEO
COMPONENT
RS-232C INPUT
(CONTROL/SERVICE)
COMPONENT
HDMI
DVI INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
RGB INPUT
Pin Name
1
No Connection
2
RXD
3
TXD
AUDIO
S-VIDEO
R
()
()
L
()
VIDEO4
EXTERNAL SPEAKER
RL
MONO
AUDIO
AC INPUT
VIDEO
Male
1
5
(Receive data)
(Transmit data)
(DTE side ready)
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
No Connection
RS-232C
9-pin
VIDEO3
INPUT 1
RL
T ype
of Connector:
Connector: D-Sub
ype of
No.
VIDEO
INPUT 1
VIDEO
()
INPUT 2
INPUT 2
REMOTE
CONTROL
panel.
with the Monitor.
9
(DCE side ready)
(Ready to send)
(Clear to send)
6
Configurations
7-Wire
(Standard
3- Wire
Configuration
(Not standard)
Configuration
RS-232C cable)
PC
PDP
PC
PDP
TXD
RXD
2
3
TXD
RXD
2
3
TXD
3
2
RXD
TXD
3
2
RXD
GND
5
5
GND
GND
5
5
GND
DTR
4
6
DSR
DTR
4
4
DTR
DSR
6
4
DTR
DSR
6
6
DSR
RTS
7
8
CTS
RTS
7
7
RTS
8
CTS
CTS
8
D-Sub 9
7
D-Sub 9
RTS
CTS
8
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
Owner 's Manual
31
External Control Device
Setup
Set
Set ID
-
-
Use this function to
Refer to 'Real Data
specify a monitor ID number.
Mapping 1'. See page 34.
Language
PICTURE
Key
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
the D
/ E
lock
ISM Method
SOUND
button to select the SPECIAL
Low power
menu.
TIMER
Set ID
SPECIAL
Index
G
1
Demo
2. Press the G button and then use D / E
3. Press the G button and then
use
button to select Set ID.
F / G button to
adjust Set ID
SCREEN
to choose the
desired monitor ID number.
The
?
adjustment
PIP/DW
range of Set ID is 1
Menu
Prev.
99.
~
Communication
Communication Parameters
?
Baud rate
?
Data
?
:
9600
length : 8
Parity : None
bps (UART)
?Stopbit:1bit
bits
?
Communication code
Command
Command Reference List
DATA
(Hexadecimal)
0~1
Input Select
Aspect Ratio
k
b
1~9
*
k
c
0~3
*
04. Screen Mute
k
d
0~1
05. Volume Mute
k
e
0~1
06. Volume Control
k
f
0~64
07. Contrast
k
g
0~64
08.
k
h
0~64
09. Color
k
i
0~64
10. Tint
k
j
0~64
11.
k
k
0~64
12. OSD Select
k
l
0~1
13. Remote Control Lock Mode
k
m
0~1
14. PIP/DW
k
n
0~3
k
p
0 ~99
16. PIP Position
k
q
0~3
17. Treble
k
r
0~64
18. Bass
k
s
0~64
19. Balance
k
t
0~64
k
15.
Brightness
Sharpness
Zoom
Split
20. Color
u
0~2
k
y
1~9
22. Abnormal State
k
z
0~a
23. ISM Method
j
j
p
0~3
q
0~1
j
t
0 ~30
21. PIP
Temperature
Input
Source
24. Low Power
25. Picture Size
Setting
for DW mode
26. Auto
27.
Configure
Key
*
[Command 1]: k, j, m
[Command 2]: To control PDP set.
[Set ID]: You can adjust the set ID to choose desired monitor ID number in Special menu. Adjustment range
is 1
99. When selecting Set ID '0', every con~
nected PDP set is controlled. Set ID is indicated
decimal (1~99)on menu and as Hexa decimal
(0x0~0x63)on transmission/receiving protocol.
as
*
[DATA]:
To transmit command data.
Transmit 'FF' data to read status of command.
*
[Cr]: Carriage
*
[
]:
ASCII code
'space (0x20)'
OK Acknowledgement
[Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
*
The Monitor transmits ACK
(acknowledgement)
this format when
receiving
normal data. At this
based
data is data read
mode, it indicates present status data. If
mode, it returns the data of the PC
on
time, if the
the data is data write
computer.
Error Acknowledgement
[Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][NG][x]
*
The Monitor transmits ACK
j
1
(acknowledgement)
u
this format when
abnormal data from
m
c
Key code
non-viable functions
1:
receiving
Illegal Code
supported
2: Not
Plasma Monitor
Return
ASCII code '0x0D'
Data
32
Protocol
[Command1][Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
a
03.
Receiving
Transmission
k
02.
ASCII code
T ransmission /
COMMAND 1 COMMAND 2
01. Power
:
or
communication
function
errors.
based
on
External Control Device
01. Power
04. Screen Mute
(Command 2:d)
G To control Power On/Off of the Monitor.
G To select
mute on/off.
Transmission
Transmission
(Command 2:a)
[k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
0
[k][d][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Power Off
:
screen
Setup
1:PowerOn
Data
Acknowledgement
0
:
Screen mute off
1
:
Screen mute
[a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Acknowledgement
G To show Power On/Off.
Data
on
(Picture on)
(Picture off)
[d][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Transmission
0
:
Screen mute off
1
:
Screen mute
on
(Picture on)
(Picture off)
[k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][FF][Cr]
Data
0
Power Off
:
1:PowerOn
05. Volume Mute
Acknowledgement
(Command 2:e)
G To control volume
[a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
You
can
also
mute on/off.
adjust
mute
using
the MUTE button
on
remote control.
*
In
a
like manner, if other functions transmit 'FF' data
on this format, Acknowledgement data feedback
Transmission
based
[k][e][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
status about each function.
presents
Data
02.
Select
Input
G To select input
You
can
button
Picture
(Command 2:b) (Main
source
also select
an
Input)
for the Monitor.
input
the INPUT
the Monitor's remote control.
on
:
Volume mute
1
:
Volume mute off
on
(Volume off)
(Volume on)
Acknowledgement
[e][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
using
source
0
Data
0
:
Volume mute
1
:
Volume mute off
on
(Volume off)
(Volume on)
Transmission
[k][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
1
:
Video1
6
:DVI
2
:
Video2
7
:
3
:
4
:
5
:RGB
Component1
Component2
06. Volume Control
Video3
Video4
8
:
9
:HDMI
(Command 2:f)
G To adjust volume.
You
on
can
also
adjust
volume with the volume buttons
remote control.
Transmission
Acknowledgement
[k][f][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Data
1
:
Video1
6:DVI
2
:
Video2
7
:
Video3
3
:
:
Video4
:
Component1
Component2
8
4
5
:RGB
9:HDMI
Aspect
Ratio
G To adjust the
You
(Command 2:c) (Main picture format)
screen
format.
also
adjust the screen format using the ARC
(Aspect Ratio Control) button on remote control or in the
can
Screen
:
1
:
2
:
3
:
See page 34.
[f][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Min:0~Max:64
07. Contrast
G To adjust
You
can
(Command 2:g)
screen
also
contrast.
adjust
contrast in the
picture
menu.
Transmission
[k][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[k][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
0
mapping1'
menu.
Transmission
Data
Refer to 'Real data
Acknowledgement
Data
03.
Min:0~Max:64
?
Normal
(4:3)
(16:9)
Wide screen (Horizon)
Full screen (Zoom)
Wide
Data
screen
Acknowledgement
Min:0~Max:64
?
screen
Refer to 'Real data
mapping1'
See page 34.
Acknowledgement
[g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Min:0~Max:64
[c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Owner 's Manual
33
External Control Device
08.
Setup
Brightness (Command2:h)
G To adjust
You
can
brightness.
adjust brightness
Real data
*
screen
also
in the Picture
[k][h][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Min:0~Max:64
?
Refer to 'Real data
0
:Step0
A
:Step10(SETID10)
F
:Step15(SETID15)
:Step16(SETID16)
10
mapping
1
menu.
Transmission
Data
mapping
1'. See page 34.
63
Acknowledgement
:Step99(SETID99)
: Step 100
64
[h][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Min:0~Max:64
09. Color
You
can
12. OSD Select
(Command2:i)
G To adjust the
screen
also
adjust
color in the Picture
menu.
Transmission
Data
0: OSD off
1: OSD
on
1: OSD
on
Min:0~Max:64
?
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'. See page 34.
Acknowledgement
[l][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Acknowledgement
Data
[i][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Transmission
[k][l][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[k][i][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
(Command2:l)
G To select OSD (On Screen Display) on/off.
color.
0: OSD off
Min:0~Max:64
13. Remote Control Lock Mode
10. Tint
(Command2:j)
G To adjust the
You
G To lock the
can
screen
also
adjust
tint.
tint in the Picture
Red:0~Green:64
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'. See page 34.
0: lock off
?
If
0: lock off
you're
trols
Red:0~Green:64
Sharpness (Command2:k)
can
sharpness.
adjust sharpness in
the Picture
menu.
Transmission
Min: 0
?
You
[k][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Min:0~Max:64
1'. See page 34.
Data
Plasma Monitor
the remote control and front
panel
con-
use
(Command2:n)
can
also control the PIP/DW
the remote control
or
using
in the PIP/DW
0: PIP/DW off
2: DW1
1: PIP
3: DW2
Acknowledgement
[n][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
34
using
monitor,
[k][n][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
mapping
Acknowledgement
Data
on
Transmission
Max: 64
~
Refer to 'Real data
1: lock
G To control the PIP (Picture-in-Picture)
on
[k][k][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
not
the
14. PIP / DW
screen
also
on
this mode. When main power is
remote control lock is released.
on
on/off,
G To adjust the
1: lock
[m][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
[j][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
You
the
Acknowledgement
Acknowledgement
11.
on
[k][m][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[k][j][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
controls
Transmission
menu.
Data
?
panel
monitor
Transmission
Data
(Command2:m)
remote control and front
0: PIP/DW off
2: DW1
1: PIP
3: DW2
or
DW.
the PIP
menu.
or
DW button
IR Code
15.
Split
Zoom
G To operate split
zoom
18. Bass
(Command2:p)
zoom
function and select the
(Command2:s)
G To adjust bass.
split
You
section number.
can
also
adjust
bass in the Sound
Transmission
[k][p][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[k][s][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
Data
Min: 0
?
menu.
Transmission
Max: 99
~
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
Min: 0
?
2'.
Max: 64
~
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'. See page 34.
Acknowledgement
Acknowledgement
[s][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
[p][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Min: 0
*
Max: 99
Reset
:
split
zoom
91: Selection 1 of 9
split
split
split
split
split
split
split
99: Selection 9 of 9
split
zoom
41: Selection 1 of 4
42: Selection 2 of 4
44: Selection 4 of 4
45: Selection 5 of 4
You
zoom
Win.position
Data
zoom
zoom
zoom
Right
the sub
the remote control
or
in the PIP/DW
down
Right
1'. See page 34.
Min: 0
Max: 64
~
menu.
down
Temperature (Command2:u)
G To adjust color temperature.
can
also
adjust
ACC in the Picture
menu.
[k][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
on screen
Data
on screen
0: Cool
1: Normal
2: Warm
Acknowledgement
[u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
[q][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
1: Left down
mapping
Transmission
Acknowledgement
0:
Max: 64
~
Refer to 'Real data
20. Color
picture position using
2: Left up on screen
3: Right up on screen
Data
menu.
[t][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
You
1: Left down
balance in the Sound
Acknowledgement
[k][q][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
0:
Min: 0
?
Transmission
Data
adjust
(Command2:q)
adjust
on
also
[k][t][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
zoom
G To select sub picture position for PIP.
also
can
Transmission
zoom
Data
16. PIP Position
(Command2:t)
G To adjust balance.
zoom
24: Selection 4 of 2
can
Max: 64
~
19. Balance
2
Mapping
21: Selection 1 of 2
You
Min: 0
~
Real Data
0
Data
0: Cool
1: Normal
2: Warm
on screen
on screen
2: Left up on screen
3: Right up on screen
17. Treble
(Command2:r)
G To adjust treble.
You
can
also
adjust
treble in the Sound
menu.
Transmission
[k][r][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
Min: 0
?
Max: 64
~
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'. See page 34.
Acknowledgement
[r][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Min: 0
Max: 64
~
Owner 's Manual
35
IR Code
21. PIP
Input Select (Command2:y)
G To select input source for sub picture in PIP mode.
24. Low Power
(Command2:q)
G To control the low power function on/off.
Transmission
Transmission
[k][y][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
[j][q][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
1
:
Video1
6
:DVI
2
:
Video2
7
:
Video3
3
:
8
:
Video4
4
:
Component1
Component2
9
:HDMI
5
:RGB
Data
Acknowledgement
[q][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Acknowledgement
[y][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
0: Low power off
1: Low power on
1
:
Video1
6
:DVI
2
:
Video2
7
:
Video3
3
:
8
:
Video4
4
:
Component1
Component2
9
:HDMI
5
:RGB
0: Low power off
1: Low power on
25. Picture Size
Setting
(Command2:t)
for DW mode
G To adjust main picture size in DW mode.
Transmission
22. Abnormal State
G To recognize
an
[j][t][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
(Command2:z)
Data
abnormal state.
Min: 0
?
Max: 30
~
Refer to 'Real data
Transmission
mapping1'.
See page 34.
Acknowledgement
[k][z][ ][Set ID][ ][FF][Cr]
Data
[t][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
FF:Read
Data
Min: 0
Max: 30
~
Acknowledgement
[z][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
0: Power
6: AC detect off
on(signal)
on(No signal)
1: Power
7: Fan Alarm off
2: Remote control off
3:
Sleep
8: Off timer off
time off
9: No
4: RS-232C off
a:
signal
off
Connection Detect off
5: 5V monitor off
*
If you do not press any button within 2 hours after the monitor turns
on
with the On Timer function, the monitor will
standby
automatically
revert to
26. Auto
Configure (Command2:u)
G To adjust picture position and minimize image shaking
Auto
automatically.
Configure only
works in RGB-PC
mode.
Transmission
[j][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
1
?
mode.
Refer to 'Real data
mapping1'.
See page 34.
Acknowledgement
[u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
23. ISM Method
(Command2:p)
G To avoid having
a
fixed
image
remain
on screen.
Transmission
27.
[j][p][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
1
0: Normal
2: Orbiter
1: White wash
3: Inversion
Key (Command2:c)
G To adjust Key code for IR
Acknowledgement
[m][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[p][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Data
36
0: Normal
2: Orbiter
1: White wash
3: Inversion
Plasma Monitor
remote control.
Transmission
Key
code
:
See page 38.
Acknowledgement
[c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Programming
the Remote
IR Code
Code
How to
to Connect
Connect
G
Connect your wired remote control to the Remote Control
port
on
the Monitor.
Remote Control
Control IR Code
Code
G Output waveform
Single pulse,
modulated with 37.917KHz
at 455KHz
signal
TC
Carrier
frequency
FCAR
1/TC
Duty
T1
=
ratio
=
=
fOSC/12
T1/TC
1/3
=
G Configuration of frame
?
1st frame
Lead
Low
High
code
custom code
custom code
Data code
Data code
C0 C1C2C3C4C5C6C7C0C1C2C3C4C5C6C7D0D1D2D3D4D5D6D7D0D1D2D3D4D5D6D7
?
Repeat
frame
Repeat
code
Tf
G Lead code
9ms
4.5
ms
0.55
G Repeat code
ms
9ms
2.25
ms
G Bit description
?
?
Bit "0"
0.56
0.56
ms
1.12
G Frame interval
:
Bit "1"
ms
2.24
ms
ms
Tf
The waveform is transmitted
Tf
as
long
as a
key
is
depressed.
Tf
Tf=108ms @455KHz
Owner 's Manual
37
Programming
the Remote
Code
(Hexa)
10
Number
11
Number
12
Number
13
Number
14
Number
15
Number
16
Number
17
Number
18
Number
Note
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
0
R/C Button
1
R/C Button
2
R/C Button
3
R/C Button
4
R/C Button
5
R/C Button
6
R/C Button
7
R/C Button
8
R/C Button
19
Key
Number Key
9
R/C Button
0E
SLEEP
R/C Button
09
MUTE
R/C Button
08
POWER
R/C Button
02
VOL+
R/C Button
03
VOL-
R/C Button
00
CH+
R/C Button
01
CH-
R/C Button
4D
APC
R/C Button
52
DASP
44
ENTER
(A)
R/C Button
0B
AII INPUT SELECT
R/C Button
43
MENU
R/C Button
79
ARC
R/C Button
7B
Split
Zoom
R/C Button
62
Window Position
R/C Button
64
Window Size
R/C Button
07
F
R/C Button
06
G
R/C Button
40
D
R/C Button
41
E
R/C Button
5B
EXIT
R/C Button
60
PIP
R/C Button
92
XD
R/C Button
61
R/C Button
6B
PIP Input
DW
CD
Video
R/C Button
CE
HDMI
R/C Button
3E
Key lock
R/C Button
75
Index
R/C Button
99
Auto
config.
Discrete IR Code
5A
video1
Discrete IR Code
D5
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
RGB
Discrete IR Code
C6
Input
DVI
Discrete IR Code
D0
BF
D4
38
Function
Plasma Monitor
(Power On/Off)
R/C Button
R/C Button
Discrete IR Code
video2
Component
Component
(4:3/16:9/Horizon/Zoom mode Selection)
1
Discrete IR Code
2
Discrete IR Code
(Only RGB mode)
(Input Video 1 Selection)
(Input Video 2 Selection)
(Input Component 1 Selection)
(Input Component 2 Selection)
(Input RGB Selection)
(Input DVI Selection)
Programming
the Remote
Programming the Remote
G
The remote control is
a
multi-brand
or
universal remote control. It
can
be
programmed
to
operate
most remote-controllable
devices of other manufacturers.
Note that the remote control may not control all models of other brands.
Programming
a
code
code into
a
remote mode
1. Test your remote control.
To find out whether your remote control
and press the
2. Turn
on
the
a
operate the component without programming, turn on the component such
on the remote control, while pointing at the component.
MODE button
(VCR)
to be
programmed,
then press the
component
3. Press the MENU and MUTE buttons
4. Enter
can
corresponding
simultaneously,
code number
be found
on
the
corresponding
the remote control is
MODE button
ready
to be
on
VCR
the remote control.
programmed
using the number buttons on the remote. Programming code numbers
following pages. Again, if the code is correct, the device will turn off.
as a
for the
for the code.
corresponding component
can
5. Press the MENU button to store the code.
6. Test the remote control functions to
see
if the
component responds properly. If not, repeat from step
1.
Owner 's Manual
39
Troubleshooting
Checklist
Codes
Programming Codes
VCRs
VCRs
Codes
Brand
Codes
AIWA
Brand
034
KENWOOD
014
034
AKAI
016
043
047
048
125
146
001
101
046
124
LG
AMPRO
072
ANAM
031
033
103
AUDIO DYNAMICS
039
043
(GOLDSTAR)
Brand
Codes
039
043
PORTLAND
108
Brand
PULSAR
072
012
013
020
QUARTZ
011
014
106
114
123
QUASAR
033
066
075
145
RCA
013
020
033
034
Codes
TATUNG
039
043
TEAC
034
039
043
TECHNICS
031
033
070
TEKNIKA
019
031
033
034
LLOYD
034
LXI
003
009
013
014
040
041
062
063
THOMAS
034
017
034
101
106
107
109
140
144
TMK
006
145
147
TOSHIBA
008
013
042
047
003
008
010
014
059
082
112
131
031
033
034
040
TOTEVISION
040
101
053
054
101
101
012
023
BROKSONIC
035
037
129
CANON
028
031
033
CAPEHART
108
CRAIG
003
040
135
CURTIS MATHES
031
033
041
UNITECH
040
DAEWOO
005
007
010
064
069
RICO
058
VECTOR RESEARCH
012
065
108
110
111
MARTA
101
RUNCO
148
VICTOR
048
112
116
117
119
MATSUI
027
030
SALORA
014
VIDEO CONCEPTS
012
MEI
031
033
SAMSUNG
032
040
102
104
VIDEOSONIC
040
MEMOREX
003
010
014
031
105
107
109
112
WARDS
033
034
053
072
113
115
120
122
101
102
134
139
125
059
MAGIN
040
MAGNAVOX
031
033
067
068
012
031
MARANTZ
DAYTRON
108
DBX
012
023
DYNATECH
034
053
ELECTROHOME
059
EMERSON
006
017
025
027
MGA
045
046
029
031
034
035
MINOLTA
013
020
036
037
046
101
MITSUBISHI
039
043
034
033
041
067
013
020
045
046
129
131
138
153
049
051
059
061
FISHER
003
008
009
010
151
FUNAI
034
MTC
034
040
GE
031
033
063
072
MULTITECH
024
034
144
147
NEC
012
023
107
109
GO VIDEO
132
136
HARMAN KARDON
012
045
HITACHI
004
018
026
043
063
137
REALISTIC
INSTANTREPLAY
031
033
031
033
JCPENNY
012
013
015
040
039
066
101
OPTONICA
053
054
150
PANASONIC
066
070
133
140
145
PENTAX
013
020
031
JVC
012
031
033
043
048
050
055
060
130
150
152
074
PHILCO
031
034
067
PHILIPS
031
033
034
067
071
101
101
PIONEER
013
024
034
040
054
131
022
043
048
135
YAMAHA
012
034
039
003
007
010
014
ZENITH
034
048
056
102
134
058
072
080
101
SCOTT
017
037
112
129
003
008
009
010
013
014
017
020
031
042
073
081
054
149
008
009
043
083
021
SHARP
031
SHINTOM
024
SONY
003
009
031
052
056
057
058
076
077
078
149
033
034
033
063
PILOT
017
033
053
043
101
034
043
013
031
SANYO
SEARS
043
JENSEN
003
131
NORDMENDE
033
046
SANSUI
048
JCL
034
054
SOUNDESIGN
034
STS
013
SYLVANIA
031
059
067
048
SYMPHONIC
034
TANDY
010
034
CATV
CATV
Brand
ABC
Codes
003
004
039
046
052
053
042
Brand
Codes
GOLDEN CHANNEL
030
Brand
HAMLIN
049
050
AJIN
112
HITACHI
052
055
ANTRONIK
014
HOSPITALITY
070
077
ARCHER
005
JERROLD
002
003
004
CABLE STAR
026
009
010
052
CENTURION
092
CENTURY
007
LG
106
101
CITIZEN
007
M-NET
037
COLOUR VOICE
065
090
MACOM
033
COMBANO
080
081
MAGNAVOX
010
COMTRONICS
019
030
MEMOREX
100
DIAMOND
023
MOVIE TIME
028
032
EAGLE
020
030
040
NSC
015
028
038
071
EASTERN
057
062
066
ELECTRICORD
032
037
053
GE
072
GEMINI
008
022
GI
052
074
40
007
014
024
PIONEER
Plasma Monitor
025
(GOLDSTAR)
012
064
054
016
031
PANASONIC
044
047
PARAGON
100
PHILIPS
006
012
013
090
034
051
052
Brand
Codes
SL MARX
030
SPRUCER
047
078
076
STARCOM
002
004
016
STARGATE
008
030
008
PRUCER
059
SYLVANIA
067
069
PTS
011
048
TADIRAN
030
073
074
005
PULSAR
100
TAIHAN
105
RCA
047
TANDY
017
REGAL
049
TEXSCAN
029
067
REGENCY
057
TOCOM
039
040
056
REMBRANT
025
TOSHIBA
100
RK
091
UNIKA
007
014
024
SAMSUNG
102
107
030
068
UNITED CABLE
004
053
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
003
011
041
042
UNIVERSAL
005
007
014
024
043
045
046
026
027
032
035
012
015
018
086
087
088
089
100
114
060
079
073
OAK
085
POST NEWS WEEK
055
074
001
Codes
065
020
SHERITECH
022
SIGNAL
030
SIGNATURE
052
071
063
072
TAEKWANG
050
VIEWSTAR
ZENITH
110
093
Specifications
HDSTB
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
ALPHASTAR DSR
123
EUROPLUS
114
MEMOREX
057
STARCAST
041
AMPLICA
050
FUJITSU
017
021
NEXTWAVE
028
124
SUPER GUIDE
020
124
125
BIRDVIEW
051
133
134
NORSAT
069
070
TEECOM
023
026
075
087
BSR
053
GENERAL INSTRUMENT 003
004
016
PACE SKY SATELLITE
143
088
090
107
130
CAPETRONICS
053
031
059
101
PANASONIC
060
CHANNEL MASTER
013
014
126
129
015
018
012
077
036
055
CHAPARRAL
008
009
CITOH
054
CURTIS MATHES
050
145
DRAKE
005
006
007
011
052
112
HITACHI
139
140
HOUSTON TRACKER
033
037
057
104
027
029
PANSAT
039
051
121
PHILIPS
071
PICO
105
HYTEK
053
PRESIDENT
019
102
010
JANIEL
060
PRIMESTAR
030
110
116
JERROLD
061
PROSAT
072
KATHREIN
108
RCA
066
106
REALISTIC
043
074
DX ANTENNA
024
046
056
076
LEGEND
057
ECHOSTAR
038
040
057
058
LG
001
093
094
095
096
LUTRON
132
097
098
099
100
LUXOR
062
144
MACOM
010
059
122
089
137
PERSONAL CABLE 117
068
147
125
142
HUGHES
141
ELECTRO HOME
022
SAMSUNG
TOSHIBA
002
127
UNIDEN
016
025
042
043
044
045
048
049
078
079
080
086
101
135
136
VIEWSTAR
111
115
WINEGARD
128
146
ZENITH
081
082
091
120
083
084
066
092
123
SATELLITE SERVICE CO 028
035
047
057
085
063
064
065
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
032
SONY
103
138
Audio
Brand
AIWA
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
014
Codes
028
070
096
JVC
004
013
141
PHILIPS
026
112
143
253
125
129
139
229
KEC
185
186
187
PIONEER
039
042
043
063
TOSHIBA
137
KENWOOD
038
230
AKAI
163
ANAM
003
014
017
023
059
106
189
216
217
235
236
Brand
050
067
089
065
091
093
094
THE
061
170
171
197
206
115
123
127
250
215
222
KOHEL
030
NAD
045
046
LOTTE
VICTOR
088
QUASAR
113
WARDS
089
RCA
080
YAMAHA
054
RCX
092
BURMECTER
252
014
016
036
098
REALISTIC
103
086
100
172
173
174
SAMSUNG
124
146
182
CLARION
199
175
176
177
178
193
194
195
203
DAEWOO
027
204
244
245
246
144
DENON
FANTASIA
071
FINEARTS
022
FISHER
089
099
LG(GOLDSTAR)
001
021
184
179
180
181
183
102
148
198
221
201
202
208
213
SANSUI
011
135
138
015
075
130
143
214
219
223
232
SANYO
019
083
234
238
240
087
HAITAI
107
029
103
111
MARANTZ
002
018
020
025
034
041
081
090
097
112
108
110
190
191
192
210
211
212
239
034
035
188
222
MEMOREX
107
037
058
062
069
NAD
046
078
079
095
121
ONKYO
013
040
041
122
149
150
151
048
056
057
152
153
154
155
133
140
HARMAN/KARDON 068
INKEL
145
060
MAGNAVOX
MCINTOSH
049
MCS
104
186
031
032
051
072
082
117
119
156
184
199
200
206
209
005
006
SONY
044
045
109
114
118
126
248
249
012
020
073
074
076
077
105
161
047
162
163
164
132
166
167
168
169
205
231
233
242
136
158
159
160
OPTIMUS
158
189
207
222
224
PANASONIC
007
033
064
113
225
226
227
243
142
220
241
251
PENNEY
106
SHARP
SHERWOOD
157
247
SCOTT
TAEKWANG
131
055
106
053
LXI
218
199
CARVER
024
Codes
147
158
165
254
TEAC
TECHNICS
104
010
085
106
185
187
237
101
113
128
134
DVD
Codes
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
APEX DIGITAL
Brand
022
MAGNAVOX
013
PHILIPS
013
SONY
007
DENON
020
014
MARANTZ
024
PIONEER
004
THOMPSON
005
006
GE
005
006
MITSUBISHI
002
PROCEED
021
TOSHIBA
019
008
HARMAN KARDON 027
NAD
023
PROSCAN
005
006
YAMAHA
009
018
JVC
012
ONKYO
008
017
RCA
005
006
ZENITH
010
016
LG
001
PANASONIC
003
009
SAMSUNG
011
015
010
016
025
026
025
Owner 's Manual
41
Notes
T roubleshooting Checklist
Checklist
No
picture
&
?
Check whether the Monitor is turned
?
Power cord inserted into wall outlet?
?
Test the wall power
on.
No sound
outlet, plug other product's power cord into the wall outlet
where the Monitor's power cord
?
Press the VOLUME
?
Sound muted? Press MUTE button.
?
Check to
Picture OK &
No sound
see
?
doesn't work
to
?
Install
new
?
This is
or
or
Poor color
Poor
Horizontal/vertical bars
No
output from
batteries.
(Refer
to
one
inside the monitor
Plasma Monitor
and the
to +,
-
to
-)?
p.9)
normal, the image is muted during the plasma display startup process.
to
has not
appeared
after five
and press the G button.
menu
sufficient distance between the Monitor and the VCR.
Keep
?
Activate any function to restore the
a
picture
p.20)
?
still
picture
is
on
the
screen
for
?
Check for local interference such
of
?
Adjust
?
A
speakers
Unusual sound from
42
polarity (+
brightness
more
as an
than 5
Balance in the Sound
change
when the
menu.
of the
(Refer
to
picture.
minutes, the
electrical
picture shaking
the
Display
picture
(If
or
between the Plasma
object
p.9)
Select Color in the Picture
(Refer
in.
obstruction.
Please contact your service center, if the
minutes.
?
No
causing
plugged
button.
Are batteries installed with correct
(Refer
Picture appears slowly
after switching on
(+)
if there is any
remote control
The remote control
was
appliance
screen
or
gets dark.)
power tool.
p.21)
in ambient humidity or temperature may result in an unusual noise
plasma display is turned on or off and does not indicate a fault with
the monitor.
Notes
Product
Specifications
Specifications
MODELS
Width
MW-71PY10/71PY10G
(inches
/
mm)
68.9 / 1750
Height (inches
/
mm)
38.7 / 982
Depth (inches
/
mm)
3.9/98
Weight (pounds
Power
/
kg)
190.6 / 86.5
requirement
AC110-240V
Resolution
Viewing
Size
1920
(mm)
41
Operating Humidity Range
The
specifications
shown above may
1080
(Dot)
1512.26
Operating Temperature Range
?
x
50/60Hz
~
104°F
~
(5
40°C)
~
Less than 80%
change
without notice for
quality improvement.
Owner 's Manual
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