LG | 24MN33S-PT | LG 24MN33S-PT Owner’s Manual

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OWNER’S MANUAL
LED LCD Monitor
Please read this manual carefully before operating the your Monitor
and retain it for future reference.
24MN33S
www.lg.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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LICENSES
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
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12
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Unpacking
Parts and buttons
Lifting and moving the Monitor
Setting up the Monitor
- Attaching the Stand Base
- Detaching the Stand Base
- Mounting on a table
- Using the Kensington security system
- Tidying cables
- Mounting on a wall
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18
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Connecting to a HD receiver, DVD, VCR
player or Gaming device
- HDMI connection
- Composite connection
Connecting to a USB
Connecting to a PC
- RGB connection
Audio System connection
- External Stereo Connection
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REMOTE CONTROL
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ENTERTAINMENT
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Connecting USB storage devices
Browsing files
Viewing photos
Listening to music
Viewing movies
DivX® VOD Guide
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CUSTOMIZING MONITOR SETTING
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Accessing main menus
Customizing Settings
- PICTURE Settings
- AUDIO Settings
- TIME Settings
- OPTION Settings
- LOCK Settings
Using additional options
- Adjusting aspect ratio
- Using the input list
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TELETEXT
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Switch On/Off
Simple Text
- Page selection
- Programming a colour button in LIST
mode
Fastext
- Page selection
Special Teletext Function
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MAINTENANCE
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Cleaning Your Monitor
Screen and frame
Cabinet and stand
Power cord
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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General
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SPECIFICATIONS
LICENSES
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Supported licenses may differ by model. For more information of the licenses, visit www.lg.com.
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.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by DivX, LLC, a
subsidiary of Rovi Corporation. This is an official DivX Certified® device that plays DivX
video. Visit divx.com for more information and software tools to convert your files into
DivX videos.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified® device must be registered
in order to play purchased DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies. To obtain your
registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in your device setup menu. Go to vod.
divx.com for more information on how to complete your registration.
DivX Certified® to play DivX® video up to HD 1080p, including premium content.
DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its
subsidiaries and are used under license.
Covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents: 7,295,673; 7,460,668; 7,515,710;
7,519,274
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1 Open the package and make sure all the accessories are included.
2 Attach the stand to the Monitor.
3 Connect an external device to the Monitor.
NOTE
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
yyYour Monitor’s OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from that shown in this manual.
yyThe available menus and options may differ from the input source or product model that you are using.
yyNew features may be added to this Monitor in the future.
ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
Unpacking
Check your product box for the following items. If there are any missing accessories, contact the local dealer where you
purchased your product. The illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual product and accessories.
NOTE
yyThe accessories supplied with your product may vary depending on the model.
yyProduct specifications or contents in this manual may be changed without prior notice due to upgrade of
product functions.
CAUTION
yyDo not use any pirated items to ensure the safety and product life span.
yyAny damages or injuries by using pirated items are not covered by the warranty.
NOTE
yyThe items supplied with your product may vary depending on the model.
yyProduct specifications or contents of this manual may be changed without prior notice due to upgrade of product
functions.
yyFor an optimal connection, HDMI cables and USB devices should have bezels less than 10 mm thick and 18 mm
width. Use an extension cable that supports USB 2.0 if the USB cable or USB memory stick does not fit into your
Monitor’s USB port.
B
B
A
A
*A
*B
10 mm
18 mm
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Remote control /
Batteries (AAA)
(See p.19)
CD (Owner's Manual) /
Cards
Stand Base
(See p.9)
or
Power Cord
AC-DC Adapter
(Depending on the country)
(See p.11)
AC-DC Adapter
(Depending on the country)
(See p.11)
D-SUB Cable
Cable Tie
(See p.17)
(See p.12)
(See p.11)
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Parts and buttons
Remote Control
Sensor
Standby Light
yyLighting On: Turned off
yyLighting Off: Turned on
Speakers
OK
SETTINGS
Touch Buttons
HDMI IN
RGB IN (PC)
USB IN
5V
INPUT
0.5 A
DC-IN
(19 V
)
VIDEO
L/MONO AUDIO R L AUDIO OUT R
AV IN
Connection panel (See p.14)
Touch button
Description
Scrolls through menus or options.
Adjusts the volume level.
OK
Selects the highlighted menu option or confirms an input.
SETTINGS
Accesses the main menus, or saves your input and exits the menus.
INPUT
Changes the input source.
/I
Turns the power on or off.
NOTE
All of the bottoms are touch sensitive and can be operated through simple touch with your finger.
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Lifting and moving the Monitor
When moving or lifting the Monitor, read the following to
prevent the Monitor from being scratched or damaged
and for save transportation regardless of its type and
size.
speaker, or speaker grill area.
yyWhen holding the Monitor, the screen should
face away from you to prevent the screen from
scratches.
CAUTION
Avoid touching the screen at all times, as this may
result in damage to the screen or some of the
pixels used to create images.
yyIt is recommended to move the Monitor in the
box or packing material that the Monitor originally
came in.
yyBefore moving or lifting the Monitor, disconnect
the power cord and all cables.
yyHold the top and bottom of the Monitor frame
firmly. Make sure not to hold the transparent part,
yyWhen transporting the Monitor, do not expose the
Monitor to jolts or excessive vibration.
yyWhen transporting the Monitor, keep the Monitor
upright, never turn the Monitor on its side, or tilt
towards the left or right.
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Setting up the Monitor
Image shown may differ from your Monitor.
Attaching the Stand Base
1
Detaching the Stand Base
1
Stand Base
NOTE
Stand Base
yyWhen Detaching the stand from Monitor, Detach
the stand with lifting up the lever in the direction of
the arrow.
2
2
CAUTION
yyLay a foam mat or soft protective cloth on the
surface to protect the screen from damage.
yyWhen attaching the stand to the Monitor set, place
the screen facing down on a cushioned table or
flat surface to protect the screen from scratches.
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CAUTION
yyLay a foam mat or soft protective cloth on the
surface to protect the screen from damage.
yyWhen Detaching the stand to the Monitor set,
place the screen facing down on a cushioned
table or flat surface to protect the screen from
scratches.
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CAUTION
y yDo not carry the TV upside-down as this may
cause it to fall off its stand, resulting in damage or
injury.
y yThe illustration shows a general example of
installation and may look different from the actual
product.
y yDo not carry the TV upside-down by holding the
stand body as this may cause it to fall off, resulting
in damage or injury.
y yThe illustration shows a general example of
installation and may look different from the actual
product.
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2 Connect the AC-DC Adapter and Power Cord
1 Lift and tilt the Monitor into its upright position
to a wall outlet.
on a table.
Leave a 10 cm (4 inches) (minimum) space from the
wall for proper ventilation.
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
or
CAUTION
Disconnect the power cord first, and then move or
install the Monitor. Otherwise electric shock may
occur.
CAUTION
Do not place the Monitor near or on sources of heat,
as this may result in fire or other damage.
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Mounting on a table
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Using the Kensington security
system
The Kensington security system connector is located
at the back of the Monitor. For more information of
installation and using, refer to the manual supplied
with the Kensington security system or visit http://www.
kensington.com .
Mounting on a wall
For proper ventilation, allow a clearance of 10 cm
on each side and from the wall. Detailed installation
instructions are available from your dealer, see the
optional Tilt Wall Mounting Bracket Installation and Setup
Guide.
Connect the Kensington security system cable between
the Monitor and a table.
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
NOTE
The Kensington security system is optional. You can
obtain additional accessories from most electronics
stores.
If you intend to mount the Monitor to a wall, attach Wall
mounting interface (optional parts) to the back of the
Monitor.
When you install the Monitor using the wall mounting
interface (optional parts), attach it carefully so it will not
drop.
1 Please, Use the screw and wall mount interface
in accordance with VESA Standards.
2 If you use screw longer than standard, the
Tidying cables
Monitor might be damaged internally.
Gather and bind the cables with the supplied cable tie.
3 If you use improper screw, the product might
be damaged and drop from mounted position.
In this case, LG Electronics is not responsible
for it.
4 VESA compatible only with respect to screw
mounting interface dimensions and mounting
screw specifications.
Cable Tie
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yy784.8 mm (30.9 inch) and under
* Wall Mount Pad Thickness : 2.6 mm
* Screw : Φ 4.0 mm x Pitch 0.7 mm x
Length 10 mm
yy787.4 mm (31.0 inch) and above
* Please use VESA standard wall mount pad and
screws.
CAUTION
yyDisconnect the power cord first, and then move or
install the Monitor. Otherwise electric shock may
occur.
yyIf you install the Monitor on a ceiling or slanted
wall, it may fall and result in severe injury.
yyUse an authorized LG wall mount and contact the
VESA (A x B)
Standard screw
Number of screws
100 x 100
M4
4
local dealer or qualified personnel.
yyDo not over tighten the screws as this may cause
damage to the Monitor and void your warranty.
yyUse the screws and wall mounts that meet the
VESA standard. Any damages or injuries by
misuse or using an improper accessory are not
covered by the warranty.
yyVESA (A x B)
NOTE
yyUse the screws that are listed on the VESA
A
standard screw specifications.
B
yyThe wall mount kit includes an installation manual
and necessary parts.
yyThe wall mount bracket is optional. You can obtain
additional accessories from your local dealer.
yyThe length of screws may differ depending on the
wall mount. Be sure to use the proper length.
yyFor more information, refer to the instructions
supplied with the wall mount.
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
Connect various external devices to the Monitor and switch input modes to select an external device. For more
information about an external device’s connection, refer to the manual supplied with each device.
Available external devices are: HD receivers, DVD players, VCRs, audio systems, USB storage devices, PC, camcorders
or cameras, gaming devices, and other external devices.
NOTE
yyThe external device connection may differ from the model.
yyConnect external devices to the monitor regardless of the order of the monitor port.
Connecting to a HD receiver, DVD, VCR player or Gaming device
Connect a HD receiver, DVD, VCR player or Gaming device to the Monitor and select an appropriate input mode.
HDMI connection
HDMI is the best way to connect a device.
Transmits the digital video and audio signals from an external device to the Monitor. Connect the external device and the
monitor with the HDMI cable as shown on the following illustration.
NOTE
yyUse a High Speed HDMI™ Cable.
yyHigh Speed HDMI™ Cables are tested to carry an HD signal up to 1080p and higher.
yySupported HDMI Audio format: Dolby Digital(Up to 48kHz), PCM(Up to 192 kHz, 32 kHz / 44.1 kHz / 48 kHz / 88 kHz
/ 96 kHz / 176 kHz / 192 kHz) *DTS Not Supported.
HDMI IN
RGB IN (PC)
USB IN
5V
0.5 A
DC-IN
(19 V
)
VIDEO
L/MONO AUDIO R L AUDIO OUT R
AV IN
(Not Provided)
DVD / Blu-Ray / HD Cable Box /
HD STB / Gaming device
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Transmits the analogue video and audio signals from an external device to the Monitor. Connect the external device and
the Monitor with the composite cable as shown on the following illustration.
NOTE
Check to ensure the cables are matched with the corresponding colour connection.
HDMI IN
RGB IN (PC)
USB IN
5V
0.5 A
DC-IN
(19 V
)
VIDEO
L/MONO AUDIO R L AUDIO OUT R
AV IN
(Not Provided)
L AUDIO OUT R
DVD / Blu-Ray / HD Cable Box /
HD STB / Gaming device
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Composite connection
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Connecting to a USB
Connect a USB storage device such as s USB flash memory, external hard drive, MP3 player or a USB memory card
reader to the Monitor and access the USB menu to use various multimedia files.
USB IN
5V
0.5 A
or
USB
(Not Provided)
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Connecting to a PC
RGB connection
Transmits the analogue video signal from your PC to the Monitor. Connect the PC and the Monitor with the D-sub 15 pin
cable as shown the following illustrations. To transmit an audio signal, connect an optional audio cable.
NOTE
If you do not use an optional external speaker, connect the PC to the Monitor with the optional audio cable.
HDMI IN
RGB IN (PC)
USB IN
5V
0.5 A
DC-IN
(19 V
)
VIDEO
L/MONO AUDIO R L AUDIO OUT R
AV IN
(Not Provided)
PC
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Audio System connection
Use an external audio system instead of the built-in speaker.
External Stereo Connection
Use to connect to an external amplifier, or surround sound system.
HDMI IN
RGB IN (PC)
USB IN
5V
0.5 A
DC-IN
(19 V
)
VIDEO
L/MONO AUDIO R L AUDIO OUT R
AV IN
(Not Provided)
L
R
AUDIO IN
External Stereo
NOTE
yy If you use an optional external audio device instead of the built-in speaker, set the speaker feature to off.
REMOTE CONTROL
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The descriptions in this manual are based on the buttons on the remote control.
Please read this manual carefully and use the Monitor correctly.
To replace batteries, open the battery cover, replace batteries (1.5 V AAA) matching
and
ends to the label inside the compartment, and close the battery cover.
the
To remove the batteries, perform the installation actions in reverse.
CAUTION
y Do not mix old and new batteries, as this may damage the remote control.
Make sure to point the remote control toward the remote control sensor on the Monitor.
Image shown may differ from your monitor. (Depending on model)
(POWER)
1 TV
1*
INPUT
Q.MENU
PICTURE
1
4
7
2*
SOUND
2
5
8
0
3
6
9
3*
FAV
MUTE
TIME
REVEAL
EXIT
TEXT
5
Accesses the Quick menus.
PICTURE
Changes the image mode.
SOUND
INPUT
Number buttons
2 LIST
2 *
3 Q.VIEW
INDEX
Changes the sound mode.
Changes the input source.
Enters numbers.
Not functional. (Depending on model)
Not functional. (Depending on model)
3 *
FAV
Enters the mark mode.
I/II
Selects the sound output.
MUTE
Mutes all sounds.
P
Moves to the previous or next page.(during USB
Playback)
PAGE
Moves to the previous or next screen.
SETTINGS
Accesses the main menus.
Navigation buttons
(up/down/left/right)
Scrolls through menus or options.
UPDATE
4
Not functional. (Depending on model)
1 *
Q.MENU
HOLD
SETTINGS
Turns the monitor on or off.
Adjusts the volume level.
OK
BACK
EXIT
Selects menus or options and confirms your input.
Returns to the previous level.
Clears on-screen displays and return to Monitor
viewing.
These buttons are used for teletext.
4 TELETEXT BUTTONS
Control buttons
(
)
Controls the USB menus.
5 Coloured buttons
These access special functions in some menus.
(
: Red,
: Green,
: Yellow,
: Blue)
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ENTERTAINMENT
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ENTERTAINMENT
(Depending on model)
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
Connecting USB storage devices
Connect USB storage devices (external HDD, USB
memory) to the Monitor and use multimedia features.
Connect a USB flash memory or USB memory card
reader to the Monitor as shown on the following illustration.
USB IN
5V
0.5 A
To disconnect a USB storage device,
make sure to end the connection properly to prevent
damages to the Monitor or files.
1 Press Q.MENU to access the quick menus.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to Eject and
press OK.
3 Disconnect the USB storage device only when the
message says that it is safe to remove.
CAUTION
yyDo not turn the Monitor off or remove a USB
storage device while the USB storage device is
connected to the Monitor, as this could result in
loss of files or damage to the USB storage device.
yyBack up your files saved on a USB storage
device frequently, as you may lose or damage
the files and this may be not covered by the
manufacturer’s warranty.
Tips for using USB storage devices
yy Only a USB storage device is recognizable.
yy If the USB storage device is connected through a
USB hub, the device is not recognizable.
yy A USB storage device using an automatic recognition
programme may not be recognized.
yy A USB storage device which uses its own driver may
not be recognized.
yy The recognition speed of a USB storage device may
depend on each device.
yy Please do not turn off the Monitor or unplug the USB
device when the connected USB storage device is
working. When such device is suddenly separated
or unplugged, the stored files or the USB storage
device may be damaged.
yy Please do not connect the USB storage device which
was artificially manoeuvred on the PC. The device
may cause the product to malfunction or fail to be
played. Never forget to use only a USB storage
device which has normal music files, image files or
movie files.
yy Please use only a USB storage device which was
formatted as a FAT16, FAT32, NTFS file system.
yy Please connect a USB storage device with the cable
offered by the device maker.
yy Some USB storage devices may not be supported or
operated smoothly.
yy Be sure to back up important files since data stored
in a USB memory device may be damaged. We will
not be responsible for any data loss.
yy If a USB memory device is connected to a USB multicard reader, its volume data may not be detected.
yy If the USB memory device does not work properly,
disconnect and reconnect it.
yy How fast a USB memory device is detected differs
from device to device.
yy The recommended capacity is 1 TB or less for a
USB external hard disk and 32 GB or less for USB
memory.
yy Any device with more than the recommended
capacity may not work properly.
yy USB storage devices below USB 2.0 are supported
as well. But they may not work properly in the movie
list.
yy Maximum of 999 folders or files can be recognized
under one folder.
yy If there are a lot of folders or files all within one folder,
the device may not be able to access these properly.
yy For external USB HDDs, it is recommended that you
use devices with a rated voltage of less than 5 V and
a rated current of less than 500 MA.
ENTERTAINMENT
Access the photo, music, or movie lists and browse files.
1 Connect a USB storage device.
2 Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
3 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to USB and
press OK.
4 Press Navigation buttons to scroll to PHOTO LIST,
MUSIC LIST or MOVIE LIST and press OK.
PHOTO LIST MUSIC LIST
PHOTO LIST
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GUU
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JMJ005
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JMJ002
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JMJ006
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JMJ003
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JMJ007
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JMJ004
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JMJ008
ꔂ Move
ꔉ PopUp Menu
MUSIC LIST
6
Exit
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USB Device
No Marked
DriveA
Free Space 4 GB
Title
Duration
5
2
ꕗ
1
5
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ꔵ Move Page
ꘂ Mark
3
00:00 / 01:34
Up Folder
ꔉ PopUp Menu
ꔂ Move
꘩ Option
ꘂ Mark
3
MOVIE LIST
Top Folder
DriveA
6
ꔵ Move Page
USB Device
No Marked
Free Space 4 GB
Title
Duration
DriveA
5
4 folder(s), 2 file(s)
Up Folder
ꔂ Move
ꔉ PopUp Menu
ꘂ Mark
ꔵ Move Page
Exit
No.
Description
1
Moves to the upper level folder.
2
Preview: Displays the thumbnail/folder name of
the file in the selected folder.
3
4
5
6
Movie
DAT,MPG,MPEG,VOB,AVI,DIVX,MP4,MKV,
TS,TRP,TP,ASF,WMV,FLV,RM,RMVB
Movie(*.mpg/*.mpeg/*dat/*.ts/*.trp/*.tp/*.
vob/*.mp4/*.mov/*.mkv/*.divx/*.avi/*.asf/*.
wmv/*.flv/*.avi(motion-jpeg)/*.
mp4(motion-jpeg)/*.mkv(motion-jpeg)/*.rm/
*.rmvb)supporting file
Video format : DivX3.11, DivX4.12, DivX5.
x, DivX6, Xvid1.00, Xvid1.01, Xvid1.02,
Xvid1.03, Xvid1.10 beta-1/beta-2,
Mpeg-1, Mpeg-2, Mpeg-4, H.264/AVC, VC1,
JPEG, Sorenson H.263
Audio format : Dolby Digital, AAC, Mpeg,
MP3, LPCM, ADPCM, WMA
Bit rate : within 32 kbps to 320 kbps(MP3)
External Subtitle format : *.smi/*.srt/*.sub
(MicroDVD,Subviewer1.0/2.0)/*.ass/*.ssa/*.
txt(TMPlayer)/*.psb(PowerDivX)
Internal Subtitle format : only, XSUB (It is
the subtitle format used in DivX6 files)
2
1
MP3
Bit rate 32kbps to 320kbps
yySampling rate MPEG1 Layer3 : 32
kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
yySampling rate MPEG2 Layer3 : 16
kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz
yySampling rate MPEG2.5 Layer3 : 8
kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz
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Music
USB Device
No Marked
Up Folder
GUU.JPG
Supported file format
JPEG
Baseline : 64 x 64 to 8192 x 8192
Progressive : 64 x 64 to 1024 x 768
yyYou can play JPEG files only.
yyNon-supported files are displayed in
the form of predefined icon.
MOVIE LIST
4
Page 1/1
DriveA
Type
Photo
Current page/Total pages
Total number of marked files
Contents under the folder focused on 1
Available buttons on the remote control
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Supported file format
Browsing files
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Viewing photos
View image files saved in a USB storage device. The
displays on the screen may differ from the model.
6 The following options are available while viewing
photos.
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to USB and
press OK.
3 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to PHOTO LIST
and press OK.
4 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to a folder/file
you want and press OK.
5 View photos by using the following menus/buttons.
PHOTO LIST
DriveA
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Up Folder
ꔂ Move
No Marked
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KY101
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KY104
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KY102
09/03/2012
KY105
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GUU
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JMJ005
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JMJ002
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JMJ006
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JMJ003
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JMJ007
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JMJ004
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JMJ008
ꘂ Mark
Option
�
꘩ Option
Hide
Description
OK
Views the highlighted file or enters the
mark mode.
Description
BGM
Turns the background music on or off. To
set the background music folder, select
Option.
Exit
(Rotate)
Rotates photos clockwise (90°, 180°,
270°, 360°).
NOTE
yyThe supported photo size is
limited. You cannot rotate a
photo if the resolution of the
rotated width is larger than the
supported resolution size.
Moves to the previous or next page.
Enters the mark mode.
Menu
�
Starts or stops a slideshow with selected
photos.
If there are no selected photos, all photos
saved in the current folder display during
a slideshow.
To set a slideshow speed, select Option.
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Scrolls through the files.
FAV
ꔡ
Slideshow
ꔵ Move Page
Navigation
button
P
ꔋ
2/13
BGM
Free Space 4 GB
ꔉ PopUp Menu
Button
�
USB Device
Up Folder
GUU.JPG
ꔊ
Slide show
Description
View
Views the selected photo.
Mark All
Selects all files
Close
Exits the Mark Mode.
NOTE
yyNon-supported files are displayed the preview
image by icon only
.
yyAbnormal files are displayed in the form of bitmap
.
Hide
Hides the option window.
To display the options, press OK.
Q.MENU options for photo list
1 Press Q.MENU.
A pop-up window will appears.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to Set photo
view. and press OK.
3 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to one of the
following options and press OK.
Set photo view.
Option
Slide Speed
Description
Selects a slideshow speed (Fast,
Normal, Slow).
Music Folder Selects a music folder for the
background music.
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or
Allows you to change Video presets.
Set audio.
EXIT
Allows you to change Audio presets.
▲ or ▼
Listening to music
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to USB and
press OK.
3 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to MUSIC
LIST and press OK.
4 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to a folder/file
you want and press OK.
5 Play music by using the following menus/buttons.
MUSIC LIST
Page 1/1
USB Device
No Marked
DriveA
Free Space 4 GB
Title
Duration
When playing,
When you press the
button, the
previous music file will be played.
When you press the
button, the
next music file will be played.
When you press the EXIT button, only
the music will be stopped and the player
will go to monitor viewing.
When using the ▲ or ▼ button during
playback a cursor indicating the position
can be played.
Q.MENU options for music list
1 Press Q.MENU.
A pop-up window will appears.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to music list
option and press OK.
3 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to one of the
following options and press OK.
Set audio.
Allows you to change Audio presets.
ꕗ
00:00 / 01:34
Up Folder
ꔂ Move
ꘂ Mark
Button
ꔉ PopUp Menu
꘩ Option
ꔵ Move Page
Exit
Description
Navigation
button
Scrolls through the files.
OK
Views the highlighted file or enters the
mark mode.
P
Moves to the previous or next page.
FAV
NOTE
yyThe Monitor will not play copy protected files.
yyIf the Monitor is not in use for some time during
playback, the information box as a screensaver
will appear to prevent image burn.
To return to the Music list screen,
press OK or ꕣ BACK.
File name
Musics
001.mp3
Enters the mark mode.
Menu
Description
Play
Plays the selected music file.
ꕖ 00:53 / 05:31
Play with
Photo
Displays photos during playback.
Time elapsed /Duration
Mark All
Selects all files.
Close
Exits the Mark Mode.
6 Control playback by using the following
buttons.
Button
r
s
t
w
v
Description
Stops playback
Plays a music file
Pauses or resumes playback
Skips to the next file
Skips to the previous file
Option values changed in MOVIE LIST does not
Affect PHOTO LIST and MUSIC LIST.
Option values changed in PHOTO LIST and
MUSIC LIST are changed likewise in PHOTO
LIST and MUSIC LIST excluding MOVIE LIST.
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Set video.
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Viewing movies
Button
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to USB and
press OK.
3 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to MOVIE
LIST and press OK.
4 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to a folder/file
you want and press OK.
5 Play movie by using the following menus/buttons.
r
s
t
v
w
Q.MENU
MOVIE LIST
Page 1/1
DriveA
Up Folder
USB Device
No Marked
Free Space 4 GB
Title
Duration
DriveA
EXIT
◀▶
4 folder(s), 2 file(s)
Up Folder
ꔂ Move
ꔉ PopUp Menu
ꔵ Move Page
ꘂ Mark
Plays a video
Pauses or resumes the playback
Scans backward in a file
Scans forward in a file
Show the Option menu.
Hide the menu on the full-sized screen.
Return to normal Monitor viewing.
Skips to specific points in a file during
playback. The time of a specific
point will appear on the status bar. In
some files, this function may not work
properly.
Exit
Button
Description
Navigation
button
Scrolls through the files.
OK
Views the highlighted file or enters the
mark mode.
P
Moves to the previous or next page.
FAV
Enters the mark mode.
Menu
Description
Play the selected movie file.
Once a movie file finishes playing,
the next selected one will be played
automatically.
Play
Mark All
Mark all movie files on the screen.
Close
Exit the Mark Mode.
6 Control playback by using the following buttons.
ꔋ
BACK
Description
Stops the playback
↓ 02:10
00:22:05
꘩ Option
Tips for using playing video files
yySome user-created subtitles may not work
properly.
yySome special characters are not supported in
subtitles.
yyHTML tags are not supported in subtitles.
yySubtitles in languages other than the supported
languages are not available.
yyChanging font and colour in subtitles is not
supported.
yySubtitles in languages other than one specified
are not supported.
yyVideo files with subtitle files of 1 MB or larger may
not be played properly.
yyThe screen may suffer temporary interruptions
(image stoppage, faster playback, etc.) when the
audio language is changed.
yyA damaged movie file may not be played correctly,
or some player functions may not be usable.
yyMovie files produced with some encoders may not
be played correctly.
yyIf the video and audio structure of recorded file is
not interleaved, either video or audio is outputted.
yyHD videos with a maximum of
1920x1080@25/30P or 1280x720@50/60P are
supported, depending on the frame.
yyVideos with resolutions higher than
1920X1080@25/30P or 1280x720@50/60P may
not work properly depending on the frame.
yyMovie files other than the specified types and
formats may not work properly.
yyMax bitrate of playable movie file is 20 Mbps. (only,
Motion JPEG : 10 Mbps)
ENTERTAINMENT
Support Language
English, French, Spanish,
Portuguese, Malaysia,
Indonesia
Cyrillic
Russian
Thai
Thai
Hebrew
Hebrew
Arabic
Arab, Parsi, Krudish
Vietnam
Vietnamese language
NOTE
yyOnly 10,000 of sync blocks can be supported
within the subtitle file.
yyWhen playing a video, you can adjust the Picture
Size by pressing Q.MENU or accessing Aspect
Ratio in the PICTURE menu.
When you select the Set video,
Video options
1 Press Q. MENU to access the Pop-Up menus.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to Set Video
Play, Set Video or Set Audio and press OK.
When you select the Set Video Play
1 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to show the
Picture Size, Audio Language, Subtitle.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to make
appropriate adjustments.
Menu
Code Page
Latin1
Description
Picture Size
Selects your desired picture
format during movie play.
Audio
Language
Changes the Language Group of the
audio during movie play. Files
with a single audio track cannot be
selected.
Subtitle
Turn on/off the subtitle.
Language
Activated for SMI subtitle and
can select the language within the
subtitle.
Code Page
Can select the font for subtitle.
When set to default, same font as
general menu will be used.
Sync
Adjusts the time synchronisation of the
subtitle from -10 secs to +10 secs by
steps of 0.5 secs during movie play.
1 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to make
appropriate adjustments.
When you select the Set audio,
1 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to show the
Sound Mode, Auto Volume, Balance.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to make
appropriate adjustments.
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yyWe do not guarantee smooth playback of profiles
encoded level 4.1 or higher in H.264/AVC.
yyDTS Audio codec is not supported.
yyA movie file more than 30 GB in file size is not
supported for playback. The file size limit is
dependent on the encoding environment.
yyA DivX movie file and its subtitle file must be
located in the same folder.
yyA video file name and its subtitle file name must
be identical for it to be displayed.
yyPlaying a video via a USB connection that doesn’t
support high speed may not work properly.
yyFiles encoded with GMC(Global Motion
Compensation) and Qpel (Quarterpel Motion
Estimation) may not be played.
yyTrick Mode does not support other functions than
if video files do not have index information.
yyVideo file names that contain special characters
may not be playable.
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DivX® VOD Guide
DivX® VOD Registration
In order to play purchased or rented DivX® VOD
contents, you should register your device with 10 digit
DivX registration code from your device at www.divx.
com/vod.
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to USB and
press OK.
3 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to DivX(R)
VOD and press OK.
4 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to
Registration and press OK .
5 View the registration code of your Monitor.
You must register your device to
play DivX(R) protected videos.
Registration code : **********
Register at http://vod.divx.com
Close
6 When you are finished, press EXIT. When you
return to the previous menu, press ꕣ BACK.
NOTE
yyMovie files are supported as follows
yyResolution : under 720x480, 720x576 WxH
pixels
yyFrame rate : under 30 frames/sec(720x480),
under 25 frames/sec(under 720x576)
yyVideo Codec : MPEG 1, MPEG 2, MPEG 4, H.264/
AVC, DivX 3.11, DivX 4.12, DivX 5.x, DivX 6, Xvid
1.00, Xvid 1.01, Xvid 1.02, Xvid 1.03, Xvid 1.10beta1, Xvid 1.10-beta2, JPEG, VC1, Sorenson
H.263/H.264.
DivX® VOD Deregistration
You should deregister your device with 8 digit DivX
deregistration code from your device at www.divx.com/
vod.
NOTE
yy Once the deregistration is executed, you must
register your device again to see DivX® VOD
contents.
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to USB and
press OK.
3 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to DivX(R)
VOD and press OK.
4 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to
Deregistration and press OK.
5 Press the Navigation buttons to select Yes to
confirm.
Deregistration code :
********
Deregister at http://vod.divx.com
Continue with registration?
Yes
No
6 When you are finished, press EXIT. When you
return to the previous menu, press ꕣ BACK.
CUSTOMIZING MONITOR SETTING
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
Accessing main menus
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to one of the
following menus and press OK.
3 Press Navigation buttons to scroll to the setting or
option you want and press OK.
4 When you are finished, press EXIT.
Menu
Description
SETUP
Not functional.
Customizing Settings
PICTURE Settings
1 Press SETTINGS and the Navigation buttons to
scroll to PICTURE.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to the setting
or option you want and press OK.
3 When you return to the previous menu, press
ꕣ BACK.
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
PICTURE
Move
Aspect Ratio
ꕊ Energy Saving
Picture Mode
Adjusts the image size, qualPICTURE
ity, or effect.
AUDIO
Adjusts the sound quality, effect, or volume level.
TIME
Sets the time, date, or timer
feature.
OPTION
Customizes the general settings.
LOCK
Locks or unlocks programmes
INPUT
Views the input sources
with their labels
USB
Displays photo and play
music, movie content stored
on your USB.
Move
: 16:9
OK
OK
: Off
: Standard
•Backlight
75
•Contrast
100
•Brightness
50
•Sharpness
70
•Colour
60
•Tint
0
R
G
•Colour Temperature 0
W
C
•Advanced Control
•Reset
Screen(RGB-PC)
The available picture settings are described in the
following.
Setting
Aspect Ratio
Description
Changes the image size to view images at its optimal size.
Energy Saving Reduces the power consumption by
adjusting the screen brightness.
Option
Off
The Energy Saving is
off
Minimum/
Medium/
Maximum
Selects the brightness
level.
Screen off
The screen turns off in
3 seconds.
NOTE
yyWhen you select Screen
Off, the screen will be
turned off in 3 seconds and
Screen Off will start.
yyIf you adjust “Energy
Saving- Maximum”,
Backlight feature will not
work.
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CUSTOMIZING MONITOR
SETTING
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Setting
Picture Mode
Description
Selects one of the preset image or
customizes options in each mode for
the best Monitor screen performance.
You are also able to customize
advanced options of each mode.
Basic image options
Setting
Backlight
Description
Adjusts the brightness of the
screen by controlling the LCD
backlight. If you decrease the
brightness level, the screen
becomes darker and the
power consumption will be
reduced without any video
signal loss.
Contrast
Increases or decreases the
gradient of the video signal.
You may use Contrast when
the bright part of the picture is
saturated.
Brightness
Adjusts the base level of the
signal in the picture.
Sharpness
Adjusts the level of crispness
in the edges between the light
and dark areas of the picture.
The lower the level, the softer
the image.
Colour
Adjusts intensity of all colours.
Tint
Adjusts the balance between
red and green levels.
Colour Temperature
Choose one of three
automatic colour adjustments.
Set to warm to enhance
hotter colours such as red, or
set to cool to see less intense
colours with more blue.
You can control red, green,
blue to adjust colour details.
Advanced Control
Customizes the advanced
options.
Reset
Restores the options of each
mode to the factory default.
Mode
Vivid
Screen
(RGB-PC)
Adjusts the video
image for the retail
environment by enhancing the contrast,
brightness, colour,
and sharpness.
Standard
Adjusts the image for
the normal environment.
Cinema
Optimizes the video
images for a cinematic look to enjoy
movies as if you are in
a movie theatre.
Sport
Optimizes the video
image for high and
dynamic actions by
emphasizing primary
colours such as white,
grass, or sky blue.
Game
Optimizes the video
image for a fast gaming screen such as
PCs or games.
Customizes the PC display options in
RGB mode.
Option
Resolution
Sets the desired resolution. Options may
only be selected when
the PC resolution is
set to 1024x768@60/
1280x768@60/1360x
768@60/1366x768@
60(default).
Auto config. Sets to adjust the
screen position, clock,
and phase automatically.
The displayed image
may be unstable for
a few seconds while
the configuration is in
progress.
Position/
Adjusts the options
Size/Phase
when the picture is
not clear, especially
when characters are
shaky, after the auto
configuration.
Reset
Restores the options
to the default setting.
CUSTOMIZING MONITOR SETTING
Setting
Dynamic Contrast
Description
Adjusts the contrast to keep it
at the best level according to
the brightness of the screen.
The picture is improved by
making bright parts brighter
and dark parts darker.
Dynamic Colour
Adjusts screen colours so
that they look livelier, richer
and clearer. This feature
enhances hue, saturation and
luminance so that red, blue
and green white look more
vivid.
Noise Reduction
Reduces screen noise without
compromising video quality.
Gamma
You can adjust brightness of
dark area and middle gray
level area of the picture.
»»Low: Make the dark and
middle gray level areas
brighter.
»»Medium: Express the
original picture level.
»»High: Make the dark and
middle gray level area
darker.
Black Level
ets black level of the screen
S
to proper level. This function
is available in the following
modes: RF, AV or HDMI.
»»Low: The reflection of the
screen gets darker.
»»High: The reflection of the
screen gets brighter.
Motion Eye Care
Adjusts screen brightness to
prevent eye glare.
Film Mode
Makes video clips recorded in
film look more natural.
This feature operates only
in 480i / 576i / 1080i /
1080p(24Hz) Resolution.
Colour Gamut
Edge Enhancer
AUDIO Settings
1 Press SETTINGS and the Navigation buttons to
scroll to AUDIO.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to the setting
or option you want and press OK.
3 When you return to the previous menu, press
ꕣ BACK.
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
AUDIO
Auto Volume
Balance
Sound Mode
Move
: On
0
L
OK
OK
R
: Standard
•Treble
50
•Bass
50
•Reset
Speaker
: On
The available audio settings are described in the
following.
Setting
Description
Auto Volume Activates the Auto Volume feature to
keep the volume level consistent.
Balance
Adjust balance between the left and
right speakers according to your room
environment.
Sound Mode Selects one of the preset sound modes
or customizes options in each mode.
Mode
Standard Select when you want
standard-quality sound.
Advanced Control
Maximizes the utilization of
colour to increase colour
quality.
Standard: Displays standard
set of colours.
Wide: Increase number of
colours used.
Music
Select when you listen to
music.
Cinema
Select when you watch
movies.
Sport
Select when you watch
sports events.
Game
Select when you play
games.
Option
Shows clearer and distinctive
yet natural edges of the video.
NOTE
Depending on input signal or other picture
settings, the range of detailed items for
adjustment may differ.
Move
Speaker
Treble
Controls the dominant
sounds in the output. When
you turn up the treble, it will
increase the output to the
higher frequency range.
Bass
Controls the softer sounds
in the output. When you
turn up the bass, it will
increase the output to the
lower frequency range.
Reset
Resets the sound mode to
the default setting.
Turns off the internal speaker of the
monitor when using an external Hi-Fi
system.
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Advanced image options (Depending on model)
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This feature may not be applied based on country
broadcasting circumstance.
Speaker Sound Output Selection
In AV, RGB-PC, HDMI mode, you can select output
sound for the left and right loudspeakers.
Select the sound output.
L+R:
L+L:
R+R:
Audio signal from audio L input is sent to the
left loudspeaker and audio signal from audio R
input is sent to the right loudspeaker.
TIME Settings
1 Press SETTINGS and the Navigation buttons to
scroll to TIME.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to the setting
or option you want and press OK.
3 When you return to the previous menu, press
ꕣ BACK.
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
TIME
Move
Move OKOK
Clock
Off Time
On TIme
Sleep Timer
Audio signal from audio L input is sent to left and
right loudspeakers.
Audio signal from audio R input is sent to left and
right loudspeakers.
: Off
: Off
: Off
The available audio settings are described in the
following.
Setting
Description
Clock
Sets the time.
Off Time/On Time
Sets the time to turn on or off
the Monitor automatically. To use
this function, you should set the
current time and date in advance.
NOTE
yyIf you do not press any
button within 2 hours
after the Monitor turns
on by the On Time
feature, the Monitor
enters the Standby
mode automatically.
yyIf you set both Off time
and On time features to
the same time, the Off
time feature overrides
the On time feature.
Sleep Timer
Sets the length of time until the
Monitor to turns off. When you
turn the Monitor off and turn it on
again, the Sleep timer feature will
be set to off.
CUSTOMIZING MONITOR SETTING
1 Press SETTINGS and the Navigation buttons to
scroll to OPTION.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to the setting
or option you want and press OK.
3 When you return to the previous menu, press
ꕣ BACK.
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
OPTION
Move
Move OKOK
Menu Language
Input Label
Factory Reset
LOCK Settings
1 Press SETTINGS and the Navigation buttons to
scroll to LOCK.
2 Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to the setting
or option you want and press OK.
3 When you return to the previous menu, press
ꕣ BACK.
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
LOCK
Lock System
Set Password
Block Programme
Input Block
: Home Use
The available audio settings are described in the
following.
Setting
Description
Menu Language Selects a desired language.
Input Label
Indicates which device is connected
to which input port.
Factory Reset
Customizes the Monitor settings to
suit your preference. The initial setup
screen will appear when you turn on
the Monitor for the first time.
Home Use
Selects it for the
Home environment.
Store Demo Selects it for the retail
environment.
Move
Move OKOK
: Off
The available audio settings are described in the
following.
Setting
Lock System
Description
Activates or deactivates the lock
system.
Set Password
Changes the 4-digit password. The
default PIN is “0 0 0 0”.
Block
Programme
Not functional.
Input Block
Blocks the input sources.
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OPTION Settings
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Using additional options
- 4:3: Resizes images to the previous standard 4:3.
Adjusting aspect ratio
Resize an image to view at its optimal size by pressing
Q.MENU or accessing Aspect Ratio in the PICTURE
menu.
NOTE
yy The available ratio varies depending on the input
source.
- 14:9 : You can view a picture format of 14:9.
The 14:9 screen is viewed in the same way as
in 4:3.
- 16:9: Resizes images to fit the screen width.
- Zoom : Formats an image to fit the screen
- Just Scan: Displays video images in the origi-
nal size without removing parts of the edge of
the image. (This function works in HDMI Mode
(720P/1080i/1080p))
NOTE
yy If you select Just Scan, you may see image
noises at the edge of the original signal.
width. The top and bottom of the image may
not appear.
- Cinema Zoom 1 : Formats an image to the
cinemascope ratio, 2.35:1.
To change the ratio of the cinema zoom,
press < or > and its range is from 1 to 16.
- Original: When your Monitor receives a wide
screen signal it will automatically change to the
picture format.
(4:3 → 4:3 )
NOTE
yy If you enlarge or reduce an image, the image may
be distorted.
(16:9 → 16:9 )
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Using the input list
Selecting an input source
1 Press INPUT to access the input sources.
-The connected device displays on each input
source.
2 Press the Navigation buttons or input button to scroll
to one of the input sources and press OK.
yyImage shown may differ from your Monitor.
Input List
Input Label
33
Exit
Input source
AV
Description
Watch video from a VCR or other
external devices.
RGB-PC
View a PC display on the screen
HDMI
Watch video from a HTS or other high
definition devices.
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TELETEXT
yyThis feature is not available in all countries.
Teletext is a free service broadcast by most TV stations which gives up-to-the minute information on news,
weather, television programmes, share prices and many
other topics.
The teletext decoder of this monitor can support the
SIMPLE and FASTEXT systems. SIMPLE (standard teletext) consists of a number of pages which are selected
by directly entering the corresponding page number.
FASTEXT are more modern methods allowing quick and
easy selection of teletext information.
Switch On/Off
Press the TEXT button to switch to teletext. The initial
page or last page viewed appears on the screen.
Two page numbers, TV station name, date and time are
displayed on the screen headline. The first page number
indicates your selection, while the second shows the current page displayed.
Press the TEXT button to switch off teletext. The previous mode reappears.
Simple Text
Page selection
1 Enter the desired page number as a three digit
number with the NUMBER buttons. If during
selection you press a wrong number, you must
complete the three digit number and then re-enter
the correct page number.
2 The P∧∨ button can be used to select the
preceding or following page.
Programming a colour button in
LIST mode
If the Monitor is in SIMPLE text or FASTEXT mode,
press the INDEX button to switch to LIST mode. Four
teletext page numbers of your choice can be colour
coded and easily selected by pressing the corresponding
coloured button on the remote control handset.
1 Press a coloured button.
2 Using the Number buttons, select the page you wish
to programme.
3 Press the OK button. The selected page is stored as
the selected page number, blinking once to confirm
this. From now on, you can select this page with the
same coloured button.
4 The three other coloured buttons are programmed in
this way.
Fastext
The teletext pages are colour coded along the bottom of
the screen and are selected by pressing the corresponding coloured button.
Page selection
1 Press the INDEX button to select the index page.
2 You can select the pages which are colour coded
along the bottom line with corresponding coloured
buttons.
3 AS with SIMPLE teletext mode, you can select a
page by entering its three digit page number with
the Number buttons in FASTEXT mode.
4 The P ∧∨ button can be used to select the
preceding or following page.
Special Teletext Function
Index
Select the each index page.
Time
When viewing a TV programme, select this menu to
display the time at the top right hand corner of the
screen.
In the teletext mode, press this button to select a sub
page number. The sub page number is displayed
at the bottom of the screen. To hold or change the
sub page, press the Red/Green, ∧∨ or NUMBER
buttons.
Hold
Stops the automatic page change which will occur if a
teletext page consists of 2 or more sub pages.
The number of sub pages and the sub page displayed
is, usually, shown on the screen below the time.
When this menu is selected the stop symbol is
displayed at the top left-hand corner of the screen
and the automatic page change is inactive.
Reveal
Select this menu to display concealed information,
such as solutions to riddles or puzzles.
Update
Displays the Monitor picture on the screen while
waiting for a new teletext page. The display will
appear at the top left hand corner of the screen.
When the updated page is available then display will
change to the page number. Select this menu again
to view the updated teletext page.
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Cleaning Your Monitor
Clean your Monitor regularly to keep the best performance and to extend the product lifespan.
CAUTION
yyMake sure to turn the power off and disconnect the power cord and all other cables first.
yyWhen the Monitor is left unattended and unused for a long time, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet to
prevent possible damage from lightning or power surges.
Screen and frame
To remove dust, wipe the surface with a dry and soft cloth.
To remove major dirt, wipe the surface with a soft cloth dampened in clean water or a diluted mild detergent. Then wipe
immediately with a clean and dry cloth.
CAUTION
yyDo not push, rub, or hit the surface with your fingernail or a sharp object, as this may result in scratches on the
screen and image distortions.
yyDo not use any chemicals, such as waxes, benzene, alcohol, thinners, insecticides, air fresheners, lubricants, as
these may damage the screen’s finish and cause discolorations.
Cabinet and stand
To remove dust, wipe the cabinet with a dry and soft cloth.
To remove major dirt, wipe the cabinet with a soft cloth dampened in a clean water or water containing a small amount of
mild detergent.
CAUTION
yyDo not spray liquid onto the surface. If water enters the Monitor, it may result in fire, electric shock, or malfunction.
yyDo not use any chemicals as this may deteriorate the surface.
Power cord
Remove the accumulated dust or dirt on the power cord regularly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
General
Problem
Resolution
Cannot control the Monitor
with the remote control.
yyCheck the remote control sensor on the product and try again.
yyCheck if there is any obstacle between the product and the remote control.
to
yyCheck if the batteries are still working and properly installed ( to ,
No image display and no
sound is produced.
yyCheck if the product is turned on.
yyCheck if the power cord is connected to a wall outlet.
yyCheck if there is a problem in the wall outlet by connecting other products.
The Monitor turns off
suddenly.
yyCheck the power control settings. The power supply may be interrupted.
yyCheck if the Auto sleep / Off time feature is activated in the Time settings.
yyIf there is no signal while the Monitor is on, the Monitor will turn off automatically
after 15 minutes of inactivity.
).
Audio
Problem
No sound is produced while
images are displaying.
One of the speakers produce
noises or does not produce
sound.
Solution
or - button.
• Press
• Check if the sound is muted by pressing MUTE.
• Scroll to other channels. There may a problem with the broadcast.
• Check if the audio cables are connected properly.
• A change in ambient humidity or temperature may result in an unusual
noise when the product turns on or off.
• There is no problem with your product.
Video
Problem
An image displays in black
and white or the colour quality
is poor.
Horizontal or vertical bars
appears or images blur
Afterimages (ghosts) appear
when the product turns off
The power is on but the screen
appears extremely dark.
“No Signal” appears on the
screen.
Thin lines appear in the
background of the screen.
Solution
• Adjust the colour setting in the PICTURE menu.
• Keep a sufficient distance between this product and other electronic
products.
• Check if there are local interferences such as an electrical appliance
or power tool.
• Pixels may have been damaged from a fixed image displayed for
a long time (image burn). Use a screen saver to prevent the pixel
damage on the screen.
• Adjust the brightness and contrast in the PICTURE menu.
• Check if the signal cable is connected between the Monitor and
products properly.
• Check the selected input source by pressing INPUT.
• Check the video cable connections.
SPECIFICATIONS
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SPECIFICATIONS
Panel
600 mm Wide (24 inch)
Visible diagonal size : 600 mm
Pixel Pitch
381.75 um (H) x 381.75 um (V)
Max. Resolution
1366 × 768 @ 60 Hz
Recommended Resolution
1366 × 768 @ 60 Hz
Horizontal Frequency
30 kHz to 69 kHz
Vertical Frequency
56 Hz to 61 Hz
Synchronization Type
Separate Sync, Digital
Input Connector
D-Sub Analogue, CVBS, HDMI, USB
Speaker Out
Power
5Wx2
Rated Voltage
19 V
Power Consumption
On Mode 30 W (typ.)
Off Mode :
0.5 W
1.6 A
AC/DC Adapter
Manufacturer: Lien Chang, Model: LCAP16A-E, LCAP16A-A,
LCAP25A, LCAP25B
Manufacturer: Honor, Model: ADS-40SG-19-2 19032G, ADS40FSG-19 19032GPG, ADS-40FSG-19 19032GPCU
Manufacturer: APD, Model: DA-32B19,WA-32C19FI
Dimensions (Width x Depth x Height)
Weight
With Stand
556.5 mm x 140.1 mm x 391 mm
3.7 kg
Without Stand
556.5 mm x 62.3 mm x 343.1 mm
3.5 kg
Environmental
conditions
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
10 °C to 35 °C
20 % to 80 %
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
-10 °C to 60 °C
5 % to 90 %
Product specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice due to upgrade of product functions.
ENGLISH
Video Signal
Screen Type
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SPECIFICATIONS
ENGLISH
RGB (PC)
Resolution
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)
640 × 480
31.469
59.940
800 × 600
37.879
60.317
1024 × 768
48.363
60
1280 × 720
47.770
59.850
1152 × 864
54.340
60.050
1366 × 768
47.710
59.790
NOTE
The optimal display resolution is 1366 X 768 @ 60 Hz.
The optimal timing in each mode is vertical frequency
60 Hz.
HDMI (DTV) supported mode
Resolution
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)
720 × 480
31.469
31.500
59.940
60
720 × 576
31.250
50
1280 × 720
37.500
44.960
45
50
59.940
60
1920 × 1080
33.720
33.750
28.125
26.970
27
33.716
33.750
56.250
67.430
67.500
59.940
60
50
23.970
24
29.976
30
50
59.940
60
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 Monitor
is located on the back and one side of the
Monitor. Record it below should you ever
need service.
MODEL
SERIAL
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