LG | 47LV35A | LG 47LV35A-5B Owner’s Manual

OWNER’S MANUAL
LG Digital Signage
(MONITOR SIGNAGE)
Please read this manual carefully before operating your set and retain it
for future reference.
47LV35A
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www.lg.com
Copyright © 2018 LG Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ENGLISH
ENG
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3LICENSES
4
ASSEMBLING AND
PREPARING
4Accessories
27
- Browsing Files
29
- Viewing Movies
32
- Viewing Photos
34
- Viewing the Contents List
35
-DivX® VOD Guide
5Parts
36 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
6
To Install in a Portrait Layout
7
STORAGE METHOD FOR PANEL
36
Accessing Main Menus
37
- PICTURE Settings
40
- TIME Settings
41
- OPTION Settings
PROTECTION
7
- Correct Method
7
- Incorrect Method
8
Installing on a Wall
10
IR Receiver Connection
10
- IR RECEIVER
11
Tiling Displays
11
- How to Mount the Set
13
- How to Join Sets
15 REMOTE CONTROL
17
42
- NETWORK Settings
44
Picture ID
45
Daisy Chain Monitors
45
- DVI Cable
46TROUBLESHOOTING
49SPECIFICATIONS
Displaying the Device Name Connected
to an Input Port
18 MAKING CONNECTIONS
18
Connecting to a PC
20
External Device Connection
21
Using the Input List
21
Adjusting Aspect Ratio
23ENTERTAINMENT
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- Connecting to a Wired Network
24
- Network Status
25
Using the My Media
25
- Connecting USB Storage Devices
52 IR CODES
53 CONTROLLING THE MULTIPLE
PRODUCT
53
Connecting the cable
53
RS-232C Configurations
53
Communication Parameter
54
Command Reference List
56
Transmission / Receiving Protocol
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.
This DivX Certified® device has passed rigorous testing to ensure it plays
DivX® video. To play purchased DivX movies, first register your device at vod.
divx.com . Find your registration code in the DivX VOD section of your device
setup menu.
DivX Certified ® to play DivX ® video up to HD 1080p, including premium
content.
DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, LLC 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.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
NOTE
Product damage from moving or changing the installation location is not covered by warranty.
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The warranty will not cover any damages caused by using the product in an excessively dusty
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environment.
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LICENSES
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
Accessories
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.
CD (Owner's Manual)
/ Cards
RS-232C Cable
Power Cord
M4 Screws
(8 ea)
IR Receiver
M6 Screws
(4 ea)
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Remote Control
and Batteries
Short Vertical
Tiling Guide
(2 ea)
DVI Cable
Mounting Cable Tie (2 ea)
(For Cable Arrangement)
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Long Horizontal
Tiling Guide(2 ea)
Tiling Guide(4 ea)
CAUTION
Do not use any unauthorized or aftermarket items to ensure the safety and product life span.
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Any damages or injuries by using unauthorized or aftermarket items are not covered by the warranty.
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NOTE
The accessories provided with your product may vary depending on the model or region.
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Product specifications or contents in this manual may be changed without prior notice due to upgrade
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of product functions.
SuperSign software and manual.
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- Downloading from the LG Electronics website.
- Visit the LG Electronics website (http://partner.lge.com ) and download the latest software for your
model.
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Parts
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IN
OUT
USB
IN
DVI IN
DVI OUT
Connection panel
RGB/ AV
/COMPONENT IN
IR IN
LAN
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
To Install in a Portrait Layout
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When installing in a Portrait Layout, rotate the monitor clockwise 90 degrees (when facing the screen).
ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
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STORAGE METHOD FOR PANEL PROTECTION
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Correct Method
Incorrect Method
Panel
Panel
If the product needs to be set upright, hold both
sides of the product, and tilt backward carefully
for. Do not let the panel not to touch the floor.
Panel
If the product is tilted onto the bezel, the bottom of
the panel may be damaged.
Cushion
Panel
When laying down the product, lay a cushion on a
flat floor. Put the product on it with the panel of
the product facing down.
Panel
If the product is tilted onto the edge of the panel,
the panel may be damaged.
If there is not a cushion available, ensure the floor
is clean and then lay the product down carefully
with the panel facing either upward or downward.
At this time, be careful for objects not to fall on the
panel.
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Installing on a Wall
CAUTION
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To install the Monitor on a wall (optional),
use the VESA screws provided as accessories to
fasten it.
10 cm (3.9 inches)
20 cm (7.8 inches)
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
IInstall the monitor at least 20 cm (7.8 inches)
away from the wall and leave about 10 cm
(3.9 inches) of space at each side of the monitor to
ensure sufficient ventilation.
Use the wall mount plate and screws that comply
with the VESA standard.
NOTE
Do not install the product in a place with
no ventilation (e.g., on a bookshelf or in a
closet) or on a carpet or cushion. If there is
no other option but to mount the product on
the wall, make sure that sufficient ventilation
is provided before installation.
- Failure to do so may result in a fire due to
the increase in the internal temperature.
Disconnect the power cord first, and then
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move or install the monitor set. Otherwise
electric shock may occur.
If you install the monitor set on a ceiling or
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slanted wall, it may fall and result in severe
injury.
Do not over tighten the screws as this may
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cause damage to the monitor set and void
your warranty.
Use the screws and wall mounts that meet
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the VESA standard. Any damages or injuries
by misuse or using an improper accessory
are not covered by the warranty.
ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
Securing the product to a wall (optional)
1 Insert and tighten the eye-bolts, or product
brackets and bolts on the back of the product.
-If there are bolts inserted at the eye-bolts
position, remove the bolts first.
2 Mount the wall brackets with the bolts to the
wall.
Match the location of the wall bracket and the
eye-bolts on the rear of the product.
3 Connect the eye-bolts and wall brackets tightly
with a sturdy rope.
Make sure to keep the rope horizontal with the
flat surface.
CAUTION
Make sure that children do not climb on or
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hang on the product.
NOTE
Use a platform or cabinet that is strong and
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large enough to support the product securely.
Brackets, bolts, and ropes are optional. You
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can obtain additional accessories from your
local dealer.
WARNING
If a product is not positioned in a sufficiently
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stable location, it can be potentially
hazardous due to falling. Many injuries,
particularly to children, can be avoided by
taking simple precautions such as:
»» Using cabinets or stands recommended
by the manufacturer of the product.
»» Only using furniture that can safely
support the product.
»» Ensuring the product is not overhanging
the edge of the supporting furniture.
»» Not placing the product on tall furniture
(for example, cupboards or bookcases)
without anchoring both the furniture and
the product to a suitable support.
»» Not standing the product on cloth or other
materials placed between the product
and supporting furniture.
»» Educating children about the dangers of
climbing on furniture to reach the product
or its controls.
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(Depending on model)
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
IR RECEIVER CONNECTION
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IR RECEIVER
This allows a remote control sensor to be placed in a custom location. Then that display can control other
displays via an RS-232C cable.
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IR IN
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IR IN
ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
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Tiling Displays
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How to Mount the Set
Example of 2 x 2 Tiling
Using the screws for attaching the VESA wall mount, mount the set to the wall mount plate or the wall.
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Screws for attaching the
VESA wall mount
16-M4 Screw
≤ 6 mm (0.2 inches)
<Rear view of the set with the wall mount plate>
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
Screws for attaching
the VESA wall mount
16-M4 Screw
≤ 6 mm (0.2 inches)
600
400
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<Rear view of the set with the wall mount plate>
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How to Join Sets
1 Join other sets using screws for fixing the VESA wall mount in the same way as above.
Set 4 joined to the rest of the sets
(2 x 2 tiling)
2After joining the sets, use the tiling guide to adjust the gap between the sets.
3 Now the 2 x 2 tiling is complete.
You can tile in various combinations, such as 3 x 3.
NOTE
The load applied to each set should be supported by the wall mount plate or the wall using a VESA
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wall mount (600 x 400).
The load applied to each set should be supported by the wall mount plate using a VESA wall mount.
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(Each set must be firmly mounted to the wall mount plate or the wall.)
You may mount the set without using the tiling guide; this does not affect the performance of the
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device.
Loosen the screws on the set to install the tiling guides. (The screws are enclosed with the other
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components in the box, including the tiling guides.)
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1 Join other sets using screws for fixing the VESA wall mount in the same way as above.
Set 4 joined to the rest of the sets
(2 x 2 tiling)
2After joining the sets, use the tiling guide to adjust the gap between the sets.
3 Now the 2 x 2 tiling is complete.
You can tile in various combinations, such as 3 x 3.
NOTE
The load applied to each set should be supported by the wall mount plate or the wall using a VESA
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wall mount (600 x 400).
The load applied to each set should be supported by the wall mount plate using a VESA wall mount.
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(Each set must be firmly mounted to the wall mount plate or the wall.)
You may mount the set without using the tiling guide; this does not affect the performance of the
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device.
Loosen the screws on the set to install the tiling guides. (The screws are enclosed with the other
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components in the box, including the tiling guides.)
REMOTE CONTROL
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The descriptions in this manual are based on the buttons of the remote control. Please read this manual
carefully and use the monitor set 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.
To remove the batteries, perform the installation actions in reverse.
CAUTION
Do not mix old and new batteries, as this
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may damage the remote control.
Make sure to point the remote control to the
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remote control sensor on the monitor set.
(POWER)
Turns the monitor set on or off.
ENERGY SAVING( )
Reduces power consumption
by adjusting peak screen
brightness.
MONITOR ON
Turn on the monitor.
MONITOR OFF
Turn off the monitor.
INPUT
Selects the input mode.
3D
This button does not apply to
this model.
1/a/A Button
Toggles between numerical
and alphabetical.
Number and Alphabet Buttons
Enters numerical or alphabetical
characters depending on the
setting.
ARC
Selects the Aspect Ratio
Mode.
Volume Up / Down
This button does not apply to
this model.
CLEAR
Deletes the entered numerical
or alphabetical character.
PSM
Selects the Picture Status
Mode.
BRIGHTNESS Key
Adjust the brightness by
pressing the Up and Down
buttons on the remote control.
In USB mode, the OSD menu
has the Page function to move
to the next file list.
MUTE
This button does not apply to
this model.
BACK
ID
TILE
EXIT
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REMOTE CONTROL
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REMOTE CONTROL
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INFO
Displays information about
the program or screen that is
currently used.
SETTINGS
Accesses the main menus
or saves your input and exit
menus.
OK
Selects menus or options and
confirms your input.
BACK
Allows the user to move back
one step in user interaction
function.
Allows you to control various
multimedia devices simply
by using the remote control
through the SimpLink menu.
(It may not be supported
depending upon the model.)
ID ON/OFF
When the number of Picture
ID is equal to Set ID you can
control the monitor which
you want in the multi display
condition.
AUTO
Automatically adjusts picture
position and minimizes image
instability.(RGB input only)
W.BAL
Enters the White Balance
menu.
S.MENU
(SuperSign Menu Key)
This button does not apply to
this model.
Navigation Buttons
Scrolls through menus or
options.
EXIT
Clears all on-screen displays
and returns to Monitor set
viewing from any menu.
TILE
Selects the TILE Mode.
USB Menu control buttons
Controls media playback.
REMOTE CONTROL
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Displaying the Device Name Connected to an Input Port
1Access the Input list screen and press the red
(input label) button on the remote control.
2You can assign an input label for every input
except USB.
Input Label
HDMI
DVI-D
Close
NOTE
External inputs supported : HDMI, DVI-D
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Labels available : PC, DTV
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The input labels are displayed on the Input
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Label screen or at the top left of the screen
when you change the external input setting.
For DTV/PC-compatible signals, such as
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1080p 60 Hz, the screen settings may
change according to the input label. The Just
Scan option is available if a PC is connected
as an external device.
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Display which devices are connected to which
external input ports.
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
MAKING CONNECTIONS
Connecting to a PC
The illustrations may differ from the actual accessories. Some of the cables are not provided.
This monitor supports the Plug & Play* feature.
* Plug & Play: a feature that enables a PC to recognize devices attached by the user without device
configuration or user intervention when powering up.
OUT
USB
IN
DVI IN
DVI OUT
RGB/ AV
/COMPONENT IN
IR IN
LAN
HDMI
IN
15-pin D-Sub
Signal Cable
(Max 3 m)
DVI OUT
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You can connect various external devices to your monitor. Change the input mode and select the external
device you want to connect.
For more information about external device connections, see the user manual provided with each device.
DVI OUT
RGB OUT
MAKING CONNECTIONS
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NOTE
CAUTION
Connect the signal input cable and tighten it by turning the screws
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clockwise.
Do not press the screen with your finger for a long time as this may result
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in temporary distortion on the screen.
Avoid displaying a fixed image on the screen for a long period of time to
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prevent image burn. Use a screensaver if possible.
NOTE
Use the standard Macintosh adapter since an incompatible adapter is available in the
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market. (Different signaling system)
Apple computers may require an adapter to connect to this monitor. Call or visit their
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web site for more information.
NOTE
Use a High Speed HDMI®/™ Cable.
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If you want to use HDMI-PC mode, you must set the input label to PC mode.
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When HDMI PC is used, a compatiblity problem could occur.
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Use a certified cable with the HDMI logo attached. If you do not use a certified HDMI cable, the
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screen may not display or a connection error may occur.
Recommended HDMI cable types
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-High-Speed HDMI®/™ Cable
-High-Speed HDMI®/™ Cable with Ethernet
CAUTION
If using a DP to HDMI dongle, make sure to use a dongle certified by the graphics card manufacturer.
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When connecting to multi-channel ports of a graphics card, make sure to use DP to HDMI dongles of
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the same model.
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The monitor set with the HDMI connection for the best image quality.
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To comply with the specifications of the product, use a shielded interface cable with ferrite core,
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such as a D-sub 15-pin cable and DVI/HDMI cable.
If you turn the monitor set on when the set becomes cold, the screen may flicker. This is normal.
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Some red, green, or blue spots may appear on the screen. This is normal.
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To minimize the impact of electromagnetic waves, secure the cables with cable ties.
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External Device Connection
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Connect a HD receiver, DVD, or VCR player to the monitor and select an appropriate input mode.
The illustrations may differ from the actual accessories. Some of the cables are not provided. For the best
picture quality, connecting external devices to your monitor using HDMI cables is recommended. If you
connect a gaming device to the monitor set, use the cable supplied with the gaming device.
Camcorder/Camera/
HD Receiver/DVD
Direct Connection/
Using the Router/
Using the Internet
DVI OUT
USB
Network
IN
OUT
USB
IN
DVI IN
DVI OUT
RGB/ AV
/COMPONENT IN
IR IN
LAN
15-pin D-Sub
Signal Cable
(Max 3 m)
HDMI
HD Receiver/DVD/
Gaming Device/
Camcorder/Camera
HD Receiver/DVD/VCR
Gaming Device/
Camcorder/Camera
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
Adjusting Aspect Ratio
1Press INPUT to access the input source list.
Resize the image to view the image at its optimal
size by pressing ARC while you are watching
Monitor set.
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to one of
the input sources and press OK.
MODE
Input source
Description
AV
Watch video from a VCR or other
external devices.
Component
Watch the content from a DVD or
other external devices, or through a
digital set-top box.
RGB
View a PC display on the screen.
HDMI
Watch contents from a PC, DVD
of digital set-top box other high
definition devices.
USB
Plays the multimedia file saved in
the USB.
DVI
View a PC display on the screen.
AV Component
RGB
HDMI
DVI
PC
DTV
PC
DTV
PC
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
x
o
x
o
x
o
x
o
x
x
o
x
o
x
4:3
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Zoom
o
o
x
o
x
o
x
Cinema
Zoom
o
o
x
o
x
o
x
ARC
16:9
Just
Scan
Set By
Program
NOTE
You can also change the image size by
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accessing the main menus.
The Just Scan mode operates when a video
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signal has resolution of 720p or higher.
CAUTION
If a fixed image displays on the screen for a
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long period of time, it will be imprinted and
become a permanent disfigurement on the
screen. This is image burn or burn-in and not
covered by the warranty.
If you don't use your monitor, turn the power
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off or set a screen saver program from the
PC or the system to prevent image retention.
If the aspect ratio is set to 4:3 for a long
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period of time, image burn may occur on the
letterboxed area of the screen.
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Using the Input List
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
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ENG
- 16:9 : This selection will allow you to adjust the
picture horizontally, in linear proportion, to fill the
entire screen(useful for viewing 4:3 formatted
DVDs).
- 4:3 : This selection will allow you to view a
picture with an original 4:3 aspect ratio, black
bars will appear on both the left and right of the
screen.
- Just Scan : This selection will allow you view
the picture of best quality without loss of original
picture in high resolution image. Note: If there is
noise in original Picture, You can see the noise
at the edge.
- Zoom : This selection will allow you to view the
picture without any alteration while filling the
entire screen. However, the top and bottom of
the picture will be cropped.
Just Scan
- Set By Program : Depending on the input
signal, screen aspect ratio changes to 4:3 or
16:9.
Set By Program
- Cinema Zoom : Choose Cinema Zoom when
you want to enlarge the picture in correct
proportion. Note: When enlarging or reducing
the picture, the image may become distorted.
ENTERTAINMENT
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Connecting to a Wired Network
Connect the display to a local area network (LAN)
via the LAN port as shown on the following illustration and set up the network settings.
Only supports wired network connection.
After making a physical connection, a small
number of networks may require the display network settings to be adjusted. For most networks,
the display will connect to automatically without
any adjustments.
For detail information, contact your internet provider or router manual.
To set up the network settings: (Even if your display has already connected automatically, running
setup again will not harm anything),
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to NETWORK and press OK.
3 Press the navigation buttons to select Network
Setting and press OK.
4 If you already set Network Setting, select
Resetting. The new connection settings resets
the current network settings.
5Select IP Auto Setting or IP Manual Setting.
LAN
Router
Router
@
LAN
Cable modem
Internet
Internet
WAN
-IP Manual Setting : press the navigation and
number buttons. IP addresses will need to be
input manually.
-IP Auto Setting : Select this if there is a
DHCP server (Router) on the local area network (LAN) via wired connection, the display
will automatically be allocated an IP address.
If you’re using a broadband router or broadband modem that has a DHCP (Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol) server function.
The IP address will automatically be determined.
6 When you are finished, press EXIT.
ETHERNET
Cable modem
CAUTION
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Do not connect a modular phone cable to
the LAN port.
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Since there are various connection methods, please follow the specifications of your
telecommunication carrier or internet service
provider.
CAUTION
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Network setting menu will not be available until the display connected to physical
network.
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Since there are various connection methods, please follow the specifications of your
telecommunication carrier or internet service
provider.
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NOTE
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If you want to access the Internet directly on
your display, the Internet connection should
always be on.
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If you cannot access the Internet, check
the network conditions from a PC on your
network.
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When you use Network Setting, check the
LAN cable or check if DHCP in the router is
turned on.
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If you do not complete the network settings,
the network may not work properly.
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A DSL modem is required to use DSL service
and a cable modem is required to use cable
modem service. Depending on the access
method of and subscriber agreement with your
ISP, you may not be able to use the internet
connection feature contained in this display or
you may be limited to the number of devices
you can connect at the same time. (If your ISP
limits sub-scription to one device, this display
may not be allowed to connect when a PC is
already connected.)
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The use of a Router may not be allowed or its
usage may be limited depending on the policies and restrictions of your ISP. For details,
contact your ISP directly.
Tips for Network Setting
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Use a standard LAN cable with this display.
Cat5 or better with a RJ45 connector.
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Many network connection problems during set
up can often be fixed by re-setting the router
or modem. After connecting the display to the
network, quickly power off and/or disconnect
the power cable of the network router or cable
modem. Then power on and/or connect the
power cable again.
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Depending on the Internet service provider
(ISP), the number of devices that can receive
Internet service may be limited by the applicable terms of service. For details, contact your
ISP.
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LG is not responsible for any malfunction of the
display and/or the Internet connection feature
due to communication errors/malfunctions associated with your Internet connection, or other
connected equipment.
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LG is not responsible for problems within your
internet connection.
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You may experience undesired results if the
network connection speed does not meet the
requirements of the content being accessed.
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Some internet connection operations may not
be possible due to certain restrictions set by
the Internet service provider (ISP) supplying
your Internet connection.
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Any fees charged by an ISP including, without
limitation, connection charges are your responsibility.
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A 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX LAN port is
required when using a wired connection to this
display. If your internet service does not allow
for such a connection, you will not be able to
connect the display.
Network Status
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to
NETWORK and press OK.
3 Press the navigation buttons to select
Network Status.
4Press OK to check the network status.
5 When you are finished, press EXIT.
Option
Setting
Test
Close
Description
Return to the network setting menu.
Test the current network status after setting the network.
Return to the previous menu.
ENTERTAINMENT
Using the My Media
Connect USB storage devices such as a USB
flash memory, external hard drive to the display
and use multimedia features.
Connect a USB flash memory or USB memory
card reader to the Display as shown on the following illustration. The My media screen appears.
Tips for Using USB Storage Devices
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Only a USB storage device is recognizable.
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If the USB storage device is connected
through a USB hub, the device is not recognizable.
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A USB storage device using an automatic
recognition programme may not be recognized.
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A USB storage device which uses its own
driver may not be recognized.
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The recognition speed of a USB storage
device may depend on each device.
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Please do not turn off the display or unplug
the USB device when the connected USB
or
storage device is working. When such device
is suddenly separated or unplugged, the
stored files or the USB storage device may
be damaged.
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Please do not connect the USB storage
device which was artificially maneuvered 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 image files or movie files.
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Please use only a USB storage device which
CAUTION
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Do not turn the display off or remove a USB
storage device while EMF (my media) Menu
is activated, as this could result in loss of
files or damage to the USB storage device.
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Back 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 warranty.
was formatted as a FAT32 file system, NTFS
file system provided with the Windows operating system. In case of a storage device
formatted as a different utility program which
is not supported by Windows, it may not be
recognized.
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Please connect power to a USB storage device (over 0.5 A) which requires an external
power supply. If not, the device may not be
recognized.
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Please connect a USB storage device with
the cable offered by the device maker.
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Some USB storage devices may not be supported or operated smoothly.
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File alignment method of USB storage
device is similar to Window XP and filename
can recognize up to 100 English characters.
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Connecting USB Storage Devices
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ENTERTAINMENT
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Be sure to back up important files since data
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stored in a USB memory device may be
damaged. We will not be responsible for any
data loss.
yy
If the USB HDD does not have an external
power source, the USB device may not be
detected. So be sure to connect the external
power source.
- Please use a power adaptor for an external
power source. We do not guarantee an USB
cable for an external power source.
yy
If your USB memory device has multiple
partitions, or if you use a USB multi-card
reader, you can use up to 4 partitions or USB
memory devices.
yy
If a USB memory device is connected to a
USB multi-card 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
If the USB is connected in Standby Mode,
specific hard disk will automatically be
loaded when the display is turned on.
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
If a USB external hard disk with a Energy
Saving function does not work, turn the
hard disk off and on again to make it 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
A USB 3.0 storage device may not work.
yy
Data on some USB storage devices may be
damaged in a high temperature environment.
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Browsing Files
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Browse files saved in a USB storage device.
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menu.
2 Press the search button to scroll to MY MEDIA and press OK.
3 Press the Search button to go to the Movie List, Photo List or Content List that you want, and press
OK.
Page 1/1
PAGE
All Media
Page Change
USB -
All Media
Movie List
Photo List
Contents List
Page 1/1
2
Page 1/1
All Media
PAGE
1
USB -
3
Drive1
Page 1/1
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
Go to root folder
Go to upper folder
Exit
5
No.
Description
Returns to the previous level.
Current page/total pages of the folder above
Lower item of
Current page/total pages of
Remote control button
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Supported file format
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Type
Supported file format
Movie
Video
Codec
Media Container
Profile
MPEG1 / MPEG2
DAT, MPG, MPEG,
DVD, TS, TP
1080p @ 30 fps
MPEG4
(DivX 3.11, DivX 4,
DivX 5, DivX 6,
Xvid 1.01, Xvid 1.02,
Xvid 1.03, Xvid 1.10beta1/2)
AVI, DIVX, MP4, MKV,
TS, TRP
1080p @ 30 fps
H.264
AVI, MP4, MKV, TS,
TRP, TP
1080p @ 60 fps
Bit rate : within 8 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)
Photo
JPEG
Baseline : 64 x 64 to 15360 x 8640
Progressive : 64 x 64 to 1920 x 1440
PNG
Interlace : 1200 x 800
BMP
9600 x 6400
yy Non-supported files are displayed in the form of predefined icon.
Content
(when
using
SuperSign
Manager)
File Extensions : *.cts/ *.cse
Movie
File Extensions: *.mpg/*.mpeg/*.dat/*.ts/*.trp/*.tp/*.mp4/*.mkv/*.avi/*. avi(motion JPEG)/
*.mp4(motion JPEG)/*.mkv(motion JPEG)
Video format: MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4,H.264, DivX 3.11, DivX 4, DivX 5, DivX 6,
Xvid 1.00,Xvid 1.01, Xvid 1.02, Xvid 1.03,Xvid 1.10-beta1/2, JPEG
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Viewing Movies
ENG
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Plays movie files saved in the USB storage device.
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menu.
2 Press the navigation button to scroll to MY MEDIA and press OK.
3 Press the navigation button to scroll to Movie List and press OK.
4 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to a folder you want and press OK.
5 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to a file you want and press OK.
Page 1/3
Movie List
PAGE
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001
002
003
004
005
Page 1/1
HR1.mp4
01:00:00
HR2.mp4
01:03:00
HR3.mp4
01:05:00
HR4.mp4
01:07:00
HR5.mp4
01:09:00
HR6.mp4
03:00:00
HR7.mp4
03:01:00
HR8.mp4
03:03:00
HR9.mp4
03:05:00
Go to root folder
Returns to the home
screen of My Media.
Go to upper folder
Returns to the previous screen.
Exit
Exits My Media.
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6During movie playback, press OK to access the following settings.
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Selects the desired point and plays.
00:42:03 /01:03:00
Option
Remote
button
Hide
Exit
Description
Stops the playback.
Plays a video.
Pauses or resumes the playback.
Scans backward in a file.
Scans forward in a file.
Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak screen brightness.
SETTINGS
BACK
EXIT
or
Show the Option menu.
Hide the menu on the full-sized screen.
Returns to Movie List.
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.
Tips for using playing video files
yy
Some user-created subtitles may not work
properly.
yy
Some special characters are not supported
in subtitles.
yy
HTML tags are not supported in subtitles.
yy
Subtitles in languages other than the supported languages are not available.
yy
A damaged movie file may not be played
correctly, or some player functions may not
be usable.
yy
Movie files produced with some encoders
may not be played correctly.
yy
If the video structure of recorded file is not
interleaved, video is outputted.
yy
HD videos with a maximum of
1920 x 1080 @ 25/30p or
1280 x 720 @ 50/60p are supported, depending on the frame.
yy
Videos with resolutions higher than
1920 X 1080 @ 25/30p or
1280 x 720 @ 50/60p may not work properly
depending on the frame.
yy
Movie files other than the specified types and
formats may not work properly.
yy
Max bitrate of playable movie file is 20 Mbps.
(only, Motion JPEG 10 Mbps)
yy
We do not guarantee smooth playback of
profiles encoded level 4.1 or higher in H.264/
AVC.
yy
A movie file more than 30 GB in file size is
not supported for playback.
yy
A DivX movie file and its subtitle file must be
located in the same folder.
yy
A video file name and its subtitle file name
must be identical for it to be displayed.
yy
Playing a video via a USB connection that
doesn’t support high speed may not work
properly.
yy
Files encoded with GMC(Global Motion
Compensation) may not be played.
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Video options
menus.
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to Set
Video Play or Set Video. and press OK.
NOTE
yy
The option values changed in Movie List do
not affect Photo List.Therefore, they are not
affected by option values changed in Photo
List.
yy
The option values changed in Photo List do
affect each other.
yy
When replaying the video file after stopping,
you can play from where it stopped previously.
Select Set Video Play. to access the following
menus:
Menu
Picture Size
Subtitle
Language
Language
Code Page
Sync
Position
Size
Repeat
Description
Selects your desired picture
format during movie play.
Turn on/off the subtitle.
Activated for SMI subtitle and
can select the language within the
subtitle.
Can select the font for subtitle.
When set to default, same font as
general menu will be used.
Adjusts the time synchronisation of
the subtitle from -10 secs to +10 secs
by steps of 0.5 secs during movie
play.
Changes the position of the
subtitle either up or down during
movie play.
Selects your desired Subtitle size
during movie play.
Turn on/off repeat function of
movie playback. When turned on, the
file within the folder will be played
back repeatedly. Even when the
repeated playback is turned off, it can
run the playback if the file name is
similar to the previous file.
NOTE
yy
Only 10,000 of sync blocks can be supported
within the subtitle file.
yy
When playing a video, you can adjust the
picture size by pressing the ARC button.
yy
Subtitles in your language are only supported when the OSD menu is also in this
language.
yy
The code page options may be disabled depending on the language of the subtitle files.
yy
Select the appropriate code page for the
subtitle files.
For more details about the Set Video. menu, see
the CUSTOMIZE SETTINGS section. See page.37
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Viewing Photos
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View image files saved in the USB storage device.
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menu.
2 Press the navigation button to scroll to MY MEDIA and press OK.
3 Press the navigation button to scroll to Photo List and press OK.
4 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to a folder you want and press OK.
5 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to a file you want and press OK.
Page 1/3
Photo List
PAGE
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001
002
003
004
005
Page 1/1
HR1.jpg
01/23/2014
HR2.jpg
01/23/2014
HR3.jpg
01/23/2014
HR4.jpg
01/23/2014
HR5.jpg
02/21/2014
HR6.jpg
02/21/2014
HR7.jpg
02/21/2014
HR8.jpg
02/21/2014
HR9.jpg
02/21/2014
Go to root folder
Returns to the home
screen of My Media.
Go to upper folder
Returns to the previous screen.
Exit
Exits My Media.
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6While viewing photos, you can access the following settings.
Menu
Slideshow
Hide
Exit
Description
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.
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.
Enlarges the photo by 100 %, 200 % or 400 %.
NOTE
yyPhotos with a resolution of 100 x 100 or less cannot be enlarged.
Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak screen brightness.
Option
Hide
Exit
To display the options
Hides the option window. To display the options, press OK.
Return to Photo List.
Photo options
1 Press SETTINGS to show the Option menus.
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to Set
Photo View, Set Video. and press OK.
Select Setting Photo View. to access the following menus:
Menu
Slide Speed
Description
Select a slideshow speed.
(Options: Fast, Medium or Slow.)
NOTE
yy
The option values changed in Movie List do
not affect Photo List .Therefore, they are not
affected by option values changed in Photo
List.
yy
The option values changed in Photo List do
affect each other.
For more details about the Set Video. menu, see
the CUSTOMIZE SETTINGS section. See page.37
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Slideshow
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Viewing the Contents List
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Plays back the stored files using the Export option in SuperSign Manager.
1 Press SETTINGS to access the main menu.
2 Press the navigation button to scroll to MY MEDIA and press OK.
3 Press the navigation button to scroll to Contents List and press OK.
4 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to a folder you want and press OK.
5 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to a file you want and press OK.
Page 1/3
PAGE
Page Change
Contents List
USB 001
002
003
004
005
Page 1/1
HR1.cts
01/01/2014
HR2.cts
01/01/2014
HR3.cts
01/01/2014
HR4.cts
01/01/2014
HR5.cts
01/01/2014
HR6.cts
01/01/2014
HR7.cts
01/01/2014
HR8.cts
01/01/2014
HR9.cts
01/01/2014
Go to root folder
Returns to the home
screen of My Media.
Go to upper folder
Returns to the previous screen.
Exit
Exits My Media.
NOTE
yy
While playing media files from Contents List, only the BACK, EXIT, or volume button are available.
Selecting the BACK or EXIT button stops playing media files and returns to the Contents List.
yy
If there is the AutoPlay folder in the USB device and its files are in supported formats, they can be
played back automatically when the USB device is connected to the monitor.
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DivX® VOD Guide
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.
DivX® VOD Deregistration
You should deregister your device with 8 digit DivX
deregistration code from your device at www.divx.
com/vod.
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to MY MEDIA and press OK.
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
3 Press the Blue button.
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to MY ME-
4 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to Deacti-
3 Press the blue button.
5 Press the navigation buttons to select Yes to
DIA and press OK.
4 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to DivX
vation and press OK.
confirm.
Reg. Code and press OK.
Deregistration code :
********
Deregister at http://vod.divx.com
Continue with registration?
5 View the registration code of your display.
6 When you are finished, press EXIT.
When you return to the previous menu, press
BACK.
You must register your device to
play DivX protected videos.
Registration code : **********
Register at http://vod.divx.com
Yes
No
6 When you are finished, press EXIT.
When you return to the previous menu, press
BACK.
Close
NOTE
yy
While you are checking the registration
code, some buttons may not work.
yy
If you use the DivX registration code of
another device, you cannot play the rented
or purchased DivX file. Make sure to use
the DivX registration code assigned to your
product.
yy
The video or audio files that are not converted by the standard DivX codec may be
corrupted or not be played.
yy
The DivX VOD code allows you to activate
up to 6 devices under one account.
NOTE
Once the deregistration is executed, you
yy
must register your device again to see DivX®
VOD contents.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
Accessing Main Menus
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to one of the following menus and
press OK.
3 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to the setting or option you want
and press OK.
4 When you are finished, press EXIT.
When you return to the previous menu, press BACK.
PICTURE
Adjusts the image size,
quality, or effect.
PICTURE
NETWORK
Sets the functions of
NETWORK.
NETWORK
INPUT
TIME
Sets the time, date, or
timer feature.
TIME
INPUT
OPTION
MY MEDIA
Selects the input mode.
OPTION
Sets the functions of
OPTION.
MY MEDIA
Display and play movie,
photo content stored on
your USB.
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PICTURE Settings
PICTURE
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to PICTURE and
press OK.
OK OK
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Energy Saving
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
Move
: Off (User)
Smart Energy Saving : Off
Picture Mode
: Standard
Backlight
70
Contrast 100
3 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to the setting or
Brightness 50
option you want and press OK.
-To return to the previous level, press BACK.
Sharpness 50
Color
60
Tint
4 When you are finished, press EXIT.
When you return to the previous menu, press
BACK.
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R
G
Color Temp. 0
W
C
Advanced Control /
Expert Control
Picture Option
Picture Reset
Aspect Ratio
: 16:9
Screen
The available picture settings are described in the following:
Setting
Energy
Saving
Smart Energy
Saving
Picture Mode
Description
Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak screen brightness.
Option
Off
Disables Energy Saving function.
Minimum/
Medium/
Maximum
Selects the brightness level of the backlight.
Screen Off
The screen turns off in 3 seconds.
Adjusts the backlight and contrast depending on the screen brightness.
Option
Off
Disables the Smart Energy Saving function.
On
Enables the Smart Energy Saving function to save power consumption as much
as the value set in the smart energy saving rate.
Selects the picture mode optimized for the viewing environment or the programme.
Option
Vivid
Heightens contrast, brightness and sharpness to display vivid images.
Standard
Displays images in standard levels of contrast, brightness and sharpness.
APS
APS (Auto power saving ) mode reduces power consumption by dimming control.
Cinema
Optimizes the video image for a cinematic look to enjoy movies as if you are in a
movie theater.
Sport
Optimizes the video image for high and dynamic actions by emphasizing primary
Colors such as white, grass, or sky blue.
Game
Optimizes the video image for a fast gaming screen such as PCs or games.
Expert1·2
Aspect Ratio
Menu for adjusting picture quality that allows experts and amateurs to enjoy the
best Monitor viewing. This menu is ISF-certified and provided for picture tuning
experts. (ISF logo can only be used on ISF-certified Monitor units.)
ISFccc: Imaging Science Foundation Certified Calibration Control
Changes the image size to view images at its optimal size.
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Setting
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Screen
(In RGB
Mode Only)
Description
Customizes the PC display options in RGB mode.
Option
Resolution
Selects a proper resolution.
Auto Configure
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/Size/
Phase
Adjusts the options when the picture is not clear, especially when characters are
shaky, after the auto configuration.
Reset
Restores the options to the default setting.
Basic image options
Setting
Description
Backlight
djusts the brightness of the screen by controlling the LCD backlight. If you decrease the
A
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. You may use Brightness when the dark part
of the picture is saturated.
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.
Color
Adjusts intensity of all colors.
Tint
Adjusts the balance between red and green levels.
Color Temp.
Set to warm to enhance hotter Colors such as red, or set to cool to make picture bluish.
Advanced Control/
Expert Control
You can adjust the picture for each Picture Mode, or adjust the picture settings according to
a specific picture image. First, select a desired Picture Mode.
* This option is unavailable if Picture Mode is set to Vivid.
Picture Option
Sets additional picture option.
Picture Reset
Restores the options to the default setting.
NOTE
When you select a picture mode, related menus are set automatically.
yy
When using the Smart Energy Saving function, the screen may look saturated in the white area of a
yy
still image.
If Energy Saving is set to Minimum, Medium, or Maximum, the Smart Energy Saving function is
yy
disabled.
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Advanced Control - Picture Mode (Standard/ APS/ Sport/ Game)
Description
Dynamic Contrast
Adjusts the contrast to the optimal level according to the brightness of the image.
Dynamic Color
Adjusts color for more natural-looking colors.
Color Gamut
Selects the range of colours that can be expressed.
Skin Color
Skin Color spectrum can be separately set to implement the skin color as defined by the user.
Sky Color
Sky color is set separately.
Grass Color
Natural color spectrum (meadows, hills, etc.) can be separately set.
Gamma
Sets the gradation curve according to the output of the picture signal in relation to the input
signal.
Expert Control - Picture Mode (Cinema/ Expert1/ Expert2)
Setting
Description
Dynamic Contrast
Adjusts the contrast to the optimal level according to the brightness of the image.
(Function works in the following mode - HDMI-DTV)
Color Gamut
Selects the range of colours that can be expressed.
Edge Enhancer
Shows clearer and distinctive yet natural edges of the video.
Color Filter
Filters a specific colour spectrum in RGB colours to fine-tune colour saturation and hue
accurately.
Color Temperature
Adjusts the overall tone of the screen as desired. In Expert mode, detailed fine-tuning can be set
via Gamma method, etc.
Color Management
System
This is a system that experts use when they adjust colour with a test pattern. They can select
from six colour areas (Red / Green / Blue / Cyan / Magenta / Yellow) without affecting other
colours. For normal images, adjustments may not result in noticeable colour changes.
Picture Option - HDMI(DTV) Mode
Setting
Description
Noise Reduction
Reduces screen noise in the video.
MPEG Noise
Reduction
Reduces noise caused by compressing digital video.
Black Level
Adjusts the brightness or darkness of the screen to suit the black level of the picture input using
the degree of darkness (black level) of the screen.
Real Cinema
Optimizes the screen for movie viewing.
Motion Eye Care
Adjusts screen brightness to prevent eye glare. (Depending on model)
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
TIME Settings
TIME
Move
OK
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• Clock
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
• Off Time : Off
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to TIME and press OK.
• On Time : Off
3 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to the setting or option
• Auto Off(15Min.)
: Off
• Automatic Standby: Off
you want and press OK.
-To return to the previous level, press BACK.
4 When you are finished, press EXIT.
When you return to the previous menu, press BACK.
The available time settings are described in the following:
Setting
Description
Clock
Sets the time feature.
On/Off Time
Sets the time to turn on or off the monitor set.
Auto Off(15Min.)
If Auto-off is active and there is no input signal, the set switches to off mode automatically after 15
minutes.
Automatic
Standby
If the monitor is left unattended for a set period of time, it automatically goes into standby mode.
NOTE
yyOff Time/ On Time can be saved for up to seven schedules; the monitor is turned on or off at the preset
time in the schedule list. If multiple preset times are stored in the schedule list, this function works at the
nearest time from the current time.
yyOnce the on or off time is set, these functions operate daily at the preset time.
yyWhen the scheduled power-on and power-off times are the same, the power-off time has priority over the
power-on time if the set is turned on, and vice versa if the set is turned off.
CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
OPTION Settings
OPTION
Move
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OK
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
• ISM Method 2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to OPTION and press
OK.
3 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to the setting or option
: Normal
• DivX(R) VOD
• Initial Setting
• Set ID
:1
• Tile Mode
you want and press OK.
-To return to the previous level, press BACK.
4 When you are finished, press EXIT.
When you return to the previous menu, press BACK.
The available option settings are described in the following:
Setting
Description
Language
Selects a language for the display text.
ISM Method
This function removes image sticking which is caused by prolonged display of static images.
Option
Normal
Minimizes image sticking by gradually lowering the brightness when
displaying static images and by increasing the brightness when displaying
moving images.
Color Wash
Removes image sticking by moving every pixel in a certain pattern on the
screen for a specific period of time. Please use this function to remove
temporary image sticking.
DivX(R) VOD
Registers or releases DivX.
Checks DivX Registration Code for playing DivX-protected videos.
Register at http://vod.divx.com .
Uses Registration Code to rent or purchase movies at www.divx.com/vod .
* Rented/purchased DivX files cannot be played if the DivX Registration Code of a different device
is used. Use only the DivX Registration Code granted to this device.
* Converted files not conforming to the DivX Codec Standard may not play or may produce
abnormal images.
Initial Setting
Deletes all optional settings and returns to initial default mode.
Set ID
You can assign a unique Set ID NO (name assignment) to each product when several products
are connected for display. Specify the number (1 to 255 or 1 to 1,000) using the button and exit.
Use the assigned Set ID to individually control each product using the Product Control Program.
Tile Mode
Tile Mode
To use this function
- Must be displayed with various other products.
- Select Tile Mode, set rows and columns, and then enter the tile ID to set the
location.
- Tile Mode: row x column (row = 1-15, column = 1-15).
- 15 x 15 available.
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
Moving the screen position horizontally and vertically.
Size
Adjust the horizontal and vertical size of the screen taking into account the size
of the bezel.
Natural
The image is omitted by the distance between the screens to be naturally
shown.
Reset
Function to initialize and release Tile.
All Tile setting are released when selecting Tile recall and the screen returns to
Full screen.
* Natural is not initialized.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
NETWORK Settings
NETWORK
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• Network Setting
1Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
• Network Status
2 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to NETWORK and
press OK.
3 Press the navigation buttons to scroll to the setting or option
you want and press OK.
-To return to the previous level, press BACK.
4 When you are finished, press EXIT.
When you return to the previous menu, press BACK.
The available option settings are described in the following:
Setting
Description
Network Setting
Configure the network settings.
Network Status
Display the network status.
Move
OK
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Tile Mode
Off
When the Tile Mode
option is disabled
1X2
When using 2 monitors
ID 1
3X3
When using 9 monitors
2X2
When using 4 monitors
ID 2
ID 1
ID 2
ID 1
ID 2
ID 3
ID 3
ID 4
ID 4
ID 5
ID 6
ID 7
ID 8
ID 9
Tile ID
4X4
When using 16 monitors
5X5
When using 25 monitors
ID 1
ID 2
ID 3
ID 4
ID 1
ID 2
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
ID 5
ID 6
ID 7
ID 8
ID 6
ID 7
ID 8
ID 9
ID 10
ID 9
ID 10
ID 11
ID 12
ID 11
ID 12
ID 13
ID 14
ID 15
ID 13
ID 14
ID 15
ID 16
ID 16
ID 17
ID 18
ID 19
ID 20
ID 21
ID 22
ID 23
ID 24
ID 25
Tile Mode - Natural mode
When active, the part of the image that would normally be displayed in the gap between the monitors is
omitted.
Before
After
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This monitor can be tiled with additional monitors to create a large tiled display.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
Picture ID
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ENG
Picture ID is used to change the settings of a
specific display using a single IR receiver for
multi-vision. The set receiving the IR signal
communicates with another set via an RS-232C
connection. Each set is identified by a Set ID. If
you assign the Picture ID using the remote control,
only displays with the same Picture ID and Set ID
can be controlled remotely.
AUDIO
(RGB/DVI)
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C IN
RS-232C IN
RS-232C IN
2 To change the Picture ID, press the ON button,
or the left and right arrow buttons continuously.
Assign the ID you want.
Picture ID
◀
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
Off
▶
Close
IR Receiver
RS-232C
Picture ID
◄
Off
►
If you assign the Set ID to each set with
yy
multi-vision, and then assign the Picture ID
using the red button on the remote control,
the key command is displayed for the set
with the same Set ID and Picture ID. A set
with different Set IDs and Picture IDs cannot
be controlled by IR signals.
Close
2X2 Multi-Vision
Set IDs are assigned as shown in the picture.
1Press the red ON button on the remote control
to assign the Picture ID.
NOTE
For example, if the Picture ID is assigned to
yy
2, the upper right display (Set ID: 2) can be
controlled by IR signals.
For each set, you can change the settings
yy
for the PICTURE, TIME, NETWORK and MY
MEDIA menus or the hot keys on the remote
control.
If you press the green OFF button for Picture
yy
IDs, the Picture IDs for all sets are turned off.
If you then press any button on the remote
control, all sets will start working again.
Picture ID will be disabled while using the
yy
MY MEDIA menu.
If Picture ID is set to Off, holding buttons
yy
on the remote control will execute only one
action at a time.
CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
RGB
/COMPONENT OUT
RGB
/COMPONENT OUT
RGB
/COMPONENT OUT
RGB
/COMPONENT OUT
RGB
/COMPONENT IN
RGB
/COMPONENT IN
RGB
/COMPONENT IN
RGB
/COMPONENT IN
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Daisy Chain Monitors
DVI Cable
DVI IN
DVI OUT
DVI IN
DVI OUT
DVI IN
DVI OUT
DVI IN
DVI Cable
(Max 3m)
Monitor Set 1
Monitor Set 2
Monitor Set 3
Monitor Set 4
NOTE
For DVI, in general, up to 12 monitors can be connected via the DVI Out port (at the recommended
yy
resolution) if the signal is stable and there is no cable loss. If you want to connect more than this
number of monitors, we recommended that you use a distributor.
When the tile mode is configured via DVI cables, only the monitor that receives first signals can play
yy
HDCP-encrypted content. (The DVI Out port does not support HDCP.)
If the signal cable between the product and your PC is too long, make sure to use the DVI booster or
yy
DVI optical cable.
If input signals are received through the HDMI cable, multiple monitors cannot be connected via the
yy
DVI Out port.
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Use this function to share the DVI video signal with other monitors without having to use a separate signal
splitter box.
• To use different products connected to each other Connect one end of the signal input cable (DVI Cable)
to the DVI OUT connector of product 1 and connect the other end to the DVI IN connector of other
products.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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ENG
TROUBLESHOOTING
No image is displayed
Problem
Is the product power cord
connected?
Power is on, but the screen
appears extremely dark.
Does the Invalid Format
message appear?
oes the No signal message
D
appear?
Resolution
yy See if the power cord is properly connected to the outlet.
yy Adjust brightness and contrast again.
yy Backlight may need repair.
yy The signal from the PC (video card) is out of the vertical or horizontal
frequency range of the product. Adjust the frequency range by
referring to the Specifications in this manual.
* Maximum resolution
RGB : 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
HDMI/DVI : 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
yy The signal cable between PC and product is not connected. Check
the signal cable.
yy Access the input menu to check the input signal.
'Unknown Product' message appears when the product is connected.
Problem
Did you install the driver?
Resolution
yy See if the plug&play function is supported by referring to the video
card user manual.
The screen image looks abnormal.
Problem
Is the screen position wrong?
Resolution
yy D-Sub analog signal - Press the AUTO button in the remote control to
automatically select the optimal screen status that fits into the current
mode. If adjustment is not satisfactory, select [PICTURE] - [Screen] [Position] in OSD menu.
yy See if the video card resolution and frequency are supported by the
product. If the frequency is out of range, set to the recommended
resolution in the Control Panel Display Setting menu.
Do thin lines appear on the
yy D-Sub analog signal - Press the AUTO button in the remote control to
background screen?
automatically select an optimal screen status that fits into the current
mode. If adjustment is not satisfactory, select [PICTURE] - [Screen] [Size] in OSD menu.
Horizontal noise appears or the yy D-Sub analog signal - Press the AUTO button in the remote control to
characters look blurred.
automatically select an optimal screen status that fits into the current
mode. If adjustment is not satisfactory, select [PICTURE] - [Screen] [Phase] in OSD menu.
The screen is displayed
yy The proper input signal is not connected to the signal port. Connect
abnormally.
the signal cable that matches with the source input signal.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Problem
After-image appears when the
product is turned off.
Resolution
yy If you use a fixed image for a long time, the pixels may be damaged
quickly. Use the screen-saver function.
Screen color is abnormal.
Problem
Resolution
Screen has poor color resolution yy Set the number of colors to more than 24 bits (true color) Select
(16 colors).
Control Panel - Display - Settings - Color Table menu in Windows.
creen color is unstable or
S
mono-colored.
yy Check the connection status of the signal cable. Or, re-insert the PC
video card.
Do black spots appear on the
screen?
yy Several pixels (red, green, white, or black color) may appear on the
screen, which can be attributable to the unique characteristics of the
LCD panel. It is not a malfunction of the LCD.
The operation does not work normally.
Problem
The power suddenly turned off.
Resolution
yy Is the sleep timer set?
yy Check the power control settings. Power interrupted.
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After-image appears on the product.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION
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ENG
yy
Image sticking does not occur when using constantly changing images but may occur when using a
fixed image for an extended period of time. Therefore, it is recommended that you use the instructions below to decrease the likelihood of image sticking occurring when using a fixed image. It is
recommended that you change the screen at least once every 12 hours at the very minimum; if done
more frequently, the prevention of image sticking is more effective.
Recommended operating conditions
2 C
hange the image using the same time
interval.
1 C
hange the background and the character
colors using the same time interval.
When changing colors, using complementary
colors helps to prevent image sticking.
Make sure that the characters or images before
changing the image remain in the same location
after changing the image.
What is image sticking?
Glass
BM
CF
BM
CF
BM
CF
OC
PI
LC
PI
TFT Layers
Glass
ITO or MoTi Pixel Layer
I D : UPM123
PW : ******
CF
When the LCD panel displays a static image
for an extended period of time, it can cause a
voltage difference between the electrodes that
operate the liquid crystals. When the voltage
difference between the electrodes builds up over
time, liquid crystals have a tendency to remain
aligned in one direction. During this process, a
previously displayed image remains visible. This
phenomenon is referred to as image sticking.
I D : UPM123
PW : ******
NOTE
The software version can be updated for improvement in performance. Customer needs to ensure
yy
the compatibility of customer’s equipment with LGE software. If needed, please consult with LGE and
upload revised software version to the product according to the guidance provided by LGE.
SPECIFICATIONS
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SPECIFICATIONS
47LV35A
LCD Panel
Screen Type
Video Signal
Pixel Pitch
Max. Resolution
119.2 cm TFT (Thin Film Transistor)
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel.
Visible diagonal size : 119.2 cm
47" class (46.9" / 119.2 cm diagonal)
0.5415 mm (H) X 0.5415 mm (V)
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
HDMI/DVI 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
- It may not be supported depending on the OS or video card type.
Recommended Resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
HDMI/DVI 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
- It may not be supported depending on the OS or video card type.
Horizontal Frequency
RGB 30 kHz to 83 kHz
HDMI/DVI 30 kHz to 83 kHz
RGB 50 Hz to 75 Hz
HDMI/DVI 56 Hz to 60 Hz
Separate Sync, Digital
15-pin D-Sub(RGB/Component/Composite), HDMI/DVI,
RS-232C, LAN, USB
Vertical Frequency
Synchronization Type
Input Connector
Embedded battery
Power
Rated Voltage
Power Consumption
Dimensions
(Width x Height x
Depth) / Weight
Environmental
conditions
Applied
AC 100-240 V~ 50/60 Hz 1.7 A
On Mode 130 W Typ. 170 W Max
Smart Energy Saving Mode 85 W Typ.
Sleep Mode/Off Mode ≤ 0.5 W
*Wall Bracket available VESA
600 x 400
H
W
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D
1044.9 mm X 590.0 mm X 89.9 mm / 16.5 Kg
(41.1 inches x 23.2 inches x 3.5 inches / 36.6 lbs)
Operating Temperature
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Operating Humidity
10 % to 80 %
Storage Temperature
-20 °C to 60 °C (-4 °F to 140 °F)
Storage Humidity
5 % to 85 %
Product specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice due to upgrade of product
functions.
“ ” refers to alternating current (AC), and “ ” refers to direct current (DC).
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SPECIFICATIONS
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55LV35A
LCD Panel
Screen Type
Video Signal
Pixel Pitch
Max. Resolution
138.7 cm TFT (Thin Film Transistor)
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel.
Visible diagonal size : 138.7 cm
55" class (54.6" / 138.7 cm diagonal)
0.630 mm (H) x 0.630 mm (V)
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
HDMI/DVI 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
- It may not be supported depending on the OS or video card type.
Recommended Resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
HDMI/DVI 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
- It may not be supported depending on the OS or video card type.
Horizontal Frequency
RGB 30 kHz to 83 kHz
HDMI/DVI 30 kHz to 83 kHz
RGB 50 Hz to 75 Hz
HDMI/DVI 56 Hz to 60 Hz
Separate Sync, Digital
15-pin D-Sub(RGB/Component/Composite), HDMI/DVI,
RS-232C, LAN, USB
Vertical Frequency
Synchronization Type
Input Connector
Embedded battery
Power
Rated Voltage
Power Consumption
Dimensions
(Width x Height x
Depth) / Weight
*Wall Bracket available VESA
600 x 400
H
W
Environmental
conditions
Applied
AC 100-240 V~ 50/60 Hz 2.1 A
On Mode 160 W Typ. 200 W Max
Smart Energy Saving Mode 90 W Typ.
Sleep Mode/Off Mode ≤ 0.5 W
D
1213.4 mm x 684.2 mm x 88.5 mm / 23 Kg
(47.7 inches x 26.9 inches x 3.4 inches / 50.7 lbs)
Operating Temperature
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Operating Humidity
10 % to 80 %
Storage Temperature
-20 °C to 60 °C (-4 °F to 140 °F)
Storage Humidity
5 % to 85 %
Product specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice due to upgrade of product
functions.
“ ” refers to alternating current (AC), and “ ” refers to direct current (DC).
SPECIFICATIONS
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HDMI (DTV) supported mode
RGB (PC) supported mode
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)
Resolution
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)
640 x 480
31.469
59.94
480 / 60p
31.5
60
31.25
50
720 x 400
31.468
70.8
576 / 50p
800 x 600
37.879
60.317
720 / 50p
37.5
50
1024 x 768
48.363
60
720 / 60p
45
60
1280 x 720
44.772
59.855
1080 / 50i
28.1
50
1280 X 960
60
60
1080 / 50p
56.25
50
1152 X 864
57.717
59.934
1080 / 60i
33.75
60
1280 x 1024
63.981
60.02
1080 / 60p
67.5
60
1920 x 1080
67.5
60
Component supported mode
Resolution
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)
720 x 480
15.63
59.94
720 x 483
31.47
59.94
720 x 576
15.625
50.00
59.94
720 x 576
31.25
50.00
1280 x 720
45.00
60.00
1280 x 720
37.5
50
1280 x 720
44.96
59.94
1920 x 1080
31.25
50.00
1920 x 1080
56.25
50
1920 x 1080
33.75
60.00
1920 x 1080
33.72
59.94
1920 x 1080
67.5
60
HDMI/DVI (PC) supported mode
Resolution
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(kHz) Frequency(Hz)
640 x 480
31.469
800 x 600
37.879
60.317
1024 x 768
48.363
60
1280 x 720
44.772
59.855
1366 x 768
47.7
60
1280 x 1024
63.981
60.02
1680 x 1050
65.290
59.954
1920 x 1080
67.5
60
NOTE
NOTE
When the cable is connected to the DVI,
yy
HDMI, you can select the PC/DTV mode
optionally. It is recommended you to set to
the PC mode when connecting to PC; the
DTV mode when connecting to DTV.
Vertical frequency: To enable the user to
yy
watch the product display, screen image
should be changed tens of times every
second like a fluorescent lamp. The vertical
frequency or refresh rate is the times of
image display per second. The unit is Hz.
Horizontal frequency: The horizontal interval
yy
is the time to display one vertical line. When
1 is divided by the horizontal interval, the
number of horizontal lines displayed every
second can be tabulated as the horizontal
frequency. The unit is kHz.
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Resolution
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IR CODES
IR CODES
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All models do not support the HDMI/USB function.
yy
Some key codes are not supported depending on the model.
yy
Code (Hexa)
08
Function
Note
R/C BUTTON
(Power)
0B
INPUT
R/C BUTTON
C4
MONITOR ON
R/C BUTTON
C5
MONITOR OFF
95
ENERGY SAVING (
DC
3D
R/C BUTTON
10 to 19
Number Key 0 to 9
R/C BUTTON
32
1/a/A
R/C BUTTON
2F
CLEAR
R/C BUTTON
02
Volume
R/C BUTTON
03
Volume
R/C BUTTON
79
ARC
R/C BUTTON
99
AUTO
R/C BUTTON
09
MUTE
E0
BRIGHTNESS
(Page UP)
R/C BUTTON
E1
BRIGHTNESS
(Page Down)
R/C BUTTON
4D
PSM
R/C BUTTON
AA
INFO ⓘ
R/C BUTTON
5F
W.BAL
R/C BUTTON
43
SETTINGS
R/C BUTTON
40
Up ▲
R/C BUTTON
41
Down ▼
R/C BUTTON
07
Left ◄
R/C BUTTON
06
Right ►
R/C BUTTON
3F
S.MENU
R/C BUTTON
44
OK
R/C BUTTON
28
BACK
R/C BUTTON
5B
EXIT
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
)
R/C BUTTON
7E
7B
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
TILE
R/C BUTTON
B1
R/C BUTTON
B0
R/C BUTTON
BA
R/C BUTTON
8F
R/C BUTTON
8E
R/C BUTTON
72
Red Key (PICTURE ID ON)
71
Green Key (PICTURE ID OFF) R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
63
Yellow Key
R/C BUTTON
61
Blue Key
R/C BUTTON
CONTROLLING THE MULTIPLE PRODUCT
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Use this method to connect several products to a single PC. You can control several products at one
yy
time by connecting them to a single PC.
In the Option menu, Set ID must be between 1 and 255 (or from 1 to 1,000) without being duplicated.
yy
Connecting the cable
Connect the RS-232C cable as shown in the picture.
The RS-232C protocol is used for communication between the PC and product. You can turn the
yy
product on/off, select an input source or adjust the OSD menu from your PC.
RS-232C Cable
PC
Monitor Set 1
RS-232C Configurations
8-Wire Configurations (Cross-over RS-232C cable)
PC
DCD
RXD
TXD
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
8
D-Sub 9
(Female)
Set
1
3
2
5
6
4
8
7
DCD
TXD
RXD
GND
DSR
DTR
CTS
RTS
D-Sub 9
(Female)
Communication Parameter
Baud Rate : 9600 BPS
yy
Data Length : 8 bit
yy
Parity Bit : None
yy
Stop Bit : 1 bit
yy
Flow Control : None
yy
Communication Code : ASCII code
yy
Use a crossed (reverse) cable
yy
Monitor Set 2
Monitor Set 3
Monitor Set 4
NOTE
When using 3-wire connections (nonyy
standard), an IR daisy chain cannot be used.
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CONTROLLING THE MULTIPLE PRODUCT
Command Reference List
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ENG
COMMAND
1
2
DATA
(Hexadecimal)
01
Power
k
a
00 to 01
02
Select input
x
b
See [Select input]
03
Aspect ratio
k
c
See [Aspect ratio]
04
Energy saving
j
q
See [Energy saving]
05
Picture mode
d
x
See [Picture mode]
06
Contrast
k
g
00 to 64
07
Brightness
k
h
00 to 64
08
Sharpness
k
k
00 to 32
09
Color
k
i
00 to 64
10
Tint
k
j
00 to 64
11
Color temperature
x
u
00 to 64
12
H position
f
q
00 to 64
13
V position
f
r
00 to 64
14
H size
f
s
00 to 64
15
Auto Config.
j
u
01
16
Balance
k
t
00 to 64
17
Sound Mode
d
y
See [Sound mode]
18
Mute
k
e
00 to 01
19
Volume
k
f
00 to 64
20
Clock 1 (year/month/day)
f
a
See [Clock 1]
21
Clock 2 (hour/minute/second)
f
x
See [Clock 2]
22
Off time schedule
f
c
00 to 01
23
On time schedule
f
b
00 to 01
24
Off timer (repeat mode/time)
f
e
See [Off timer]
25
On timer (repeat mode/time)
f
d
See [On timer]
26
On timer input
f
u
See [On timer input]
27
Automatic Standby
m
n
00 to 01
28
Auto off
f
g
00 to 01
29
Language
f
i
See [Language]
30
ISM method
j
p
See [ISM method]
31
Reset
f
k
00 to 02
32
Current temperature
d
n
FF
33
Key
m
c
See [Key]
34
Time elapsed
d
l
FF
35
Product serial number
f
y
FF
36
Software version
f
z
FF
37
White balance red gain
j
m
00 to FE
38
White balance green gain
j
n
00 to FE
39
White balance blue gain
j
o
00 to FE
40
Backlight
m
g
00 to 64
41
Screen off
k
d
00 to 01
CONTROLLING THE MULTIPLE PRODUCT
COMMAND
2
DATA
(Hexadecimal)
42
Power On Delay
f
h
00 to 64
43
Tile Mode
d
d
00 to 01
44
Tile Mode Check
d
z
FF
45
Tile ID
d
i
Refer to ‘Tile ID'.
46
Tile H Position
d
e
00 to 32
47
Tile V Position
d
f
00 to 32
48
Tile H Size
d
g
00 to 32
49
Tile V Size
d
h
00 to 32
50
Natural Mode (In Tile mode)
d
j
00 to 01
NOTE
During USB operations such as Dvix or EMF, all commands except Power (k a) and Key (m c) are not
yy
executed and treated as NG.
Some commands are not supported depending on the model.
yy
The f f command which shows the status of a certain command does not display the OSD as the
yy
result in order to be compatible with SuperSign program.
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CONTROLLING THE MULTIPLE PRODUCT
Transmission / Receiving Protocol
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Transmission
[Command1][Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
* [Command1]: First command to control the set.
* [Command2]: Second command to control the set.
* [Set ID]: U
sed for selecting a set you want to control. A Set ID can be assigned to each set from 1 to 255 (from
01H to FFH), or from 1 to 1,000 (from 001H to 3e8H) in certain models, under OPTION in the OSD
menu. Selecting '00H' or '000H' for Set ID allows the simultaneous control of all connected monitors. (It
may not be supported depending on the model.)
* [Data]: Transmits command data.
Data count may increase depending on the command.
* [Cr]: Carriage Return. ASCII code ‘0x0D’.
* [ ]: White Space. Corresponds to '0x20' in ASCII code.
Acknowledgement
[Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
* When the product receives data normally, it sends an acknowledgement (ACK) in the format above. If data is
in read mode, it indicates the data that shows the current status. If data is in read mode, it simply indicates the
data that is sent from the PC.
* If a command is sent with Set ID '00' (=0x00) or '000 (=0x000)', the data is reflected to all monitor sets and they
do send any acknowledgement (ACK).
* If the data value 'FF' is sent in control mode via RS-232C, the current setting value of a function can be
checked (only for some functions).
* Some commands are not supported depending on the model.
CONTROLLING THE MULTIPLE PRODUCT
01. Power (Command: k a)
Controls the power on/off of the set.
Data 00: Off
01: On
Acknowledgement
[a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
* Only when the monitor is fully powered on, the
acknowledgement signal is returned properly.
* There may be a delay between the transmission
and acknowledgement signals.
04. Energy saving (Command: j q)
Sets the energy saving function.
Transmission
[j][q][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
00: Off
01: Minimum
02: Medium
03: Maximum
04: Automatic
05: Screen off
Acknowledgement
[q][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
** This may not be supported on some models.
02. Select input (Command: x b)
Selects an input signal.
05. Picture mode (Command: d x)
Selects a picture mode.
Transmission
[x][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Transmission
[d][x][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 60: RGB
90: HDMI (HDMI1) (DTV)
A0: HDMI (HDMI1) (PC)
Acknowledgement
[b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
* Some input signals may not be supported on some
models.
Data
00: Vivid
01: Standard
02: Cinema
03: Sport
04: Game
05: Expert 1
06: Expert 2
08: APS
Acknowledgement
[x][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
03. Aspect ratio (Command: k c)
Adjusts the aspect ratio.
Transmission
[k][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 01: 4:3
02: 16:9
04: Zoom (HDMI)(DTV)
06: Auto ratio (HDMI)(DTV)
09: Original (≥ 720p) (HDMI) (DTV)
10 to 1F: Cinema zoom 1 to 16 (HDMI) (DTV)
* Available data types differ depending on the input signal.
For more information, see the aspect ratio section of the
owner's manual.
* The aspect ratio may differ depending on the model's
input configuration.
Acknowledgement
[c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
06. Contrast (Command: k g)
Adjusts the screen contrast.
Transmission
[k][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Contrast 0 to 100
Acknowledgement
[g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
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Transmission
[k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
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CONTROLLING THE MULTIPLE PRODUCT
07. Brightness (Command: k h)
Adjusts the screen brightness.
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Transmission
[k][h][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Brightness 0 to 100
Acknowledgement
[h][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
08. Sharpness (Command: k k)
Adjusts the screen sharpness.
Transmission
[k][k][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 32: Sharpness 0 to 50
Acknowledgement
[k][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
09. Color (Command: k i)
Adjusts the screen color.
Transmission
[k][i][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Color 0 to 100
Acknowledgement
[i][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
10. Tint (Command: k j)
Adjusts the screen tint.
Transmission
[k][j][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Tint red 50 to green 50
Acknowledgement
[j][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
11. Color temperature (Command: x u)
Adjusts the screen color temperature.
Transmission
[x][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Warm 50 to cool 50
Acknowledgement
[u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
12. H position (Command: f q)
Adjusts the horizontal position of the screen.
This function is only available when the Tile Mode is
set to Off.
* The operational range varies depending on the
RGB input resolution.
(Only available in RGB-PC input mode)
Transmission
[f][q][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Min -50 (left) to max 50 (right)
Acknowledgement
[q][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
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Transmission
[f][r][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
16. Balance (Command: k t)
Adjusts the sound balance.
Transmission
[k][t][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Left 50 to right 50
Acknowledgement
[t][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
** This may not be supported on some models.
Data 00 to 64: Min -50 (down) to max 50 (up)
Acknowledgement
[r][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
14. H size (Command: f s)
Adjusts the horizontal size of the screen.
This function is only available when the Tile Mode is
set to Off.
* The operational range varies depending on the
RGB input resolution.
(Only available in RGB-PC input mode)
Transmission
[f][s][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Min -50 (small) to max 50 (large)
Acknowledgement
[s][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
17. Sound mode (Command: d y)
Selects a sound mode.
Transmission
[d][y][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
01: Standard
02: Music
03: Cinema
04: Sport
05. Game
07. News
Acknowledgement
[y][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
** This may not be supported on some models.
15. Auto Config. (Command: j u)
Automatically corrects position and shaking of the
picture.
(Only available in RGB-PC input mode)
Transmission
[j][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 01: Execution
Acknowledgement
[u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
18. Mute (Command: k e)
Mutes/unmutes the sound.
Transmission
[k][e][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00: Mute
01: Unmute
Acknowledgement
[e][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
** This may not be supported on some models.
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13. V position (Command: f r)
Adjusts the vertical position of the screen.
This function is only available when the Tile Mode is
set to Off.
* The operational range varies depending on the
RGB input resolution.
(Only available in RGB-PC input mode)
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19. Volume (Command: k f)
Adjusts the playback volume.
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Transmission
[k][f][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Volume 0 to 100
Acknowledgement
[f][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
** This may not be supported on some models.
20. Clock 1 (year/month/day) (Command: f a)
Adjusts the Clock 1 (year/month/day) value.
Transmission
[f][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data1][ ][Data2][ ][Data3][Cr]
Data1 00 to 1E: Year 2010 to 2040
Data2 01 to 0C: January to December
Data3 01 to 1F: 1st to 31st
* Enter "fa [Set ID] ff" to view the Clock 1 (year/
month/day) settings.
Acknowledgement
[a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
21. Clock 2 (hour/minute/second) (Command: f x)
Adjusts the Clock 2 (hour/minute/second) value.
Transmission
[f][x][ ][Set ID][ ][Data1][ ][Data2][ ][Data3][Cr]
Data1 00 to 17: 00 to 23 hours
Data2 00 to 3B: 00 to 59 minutes
Data3 00 to 3B: 00 to 59 seconds
* Enter "fa [Set ID] ff" to view the Clock 2 (hour/minute/second) settings.
** This function is only available when Clock 1 (year/
month/day) is set.
Acknowledgement
[x][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
22. Off time schedule (Command: f c)
Enables/disables the on time schedule.
Transmission
[f][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00: Off
01: On
Acknowledgement
[c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
23. On time schedule (Command: f b)
Enables/disables the on time schedule.
Transmission
[f][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00: Off
01: On
Acknowledgement
[b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
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25. On timer (repeat mode/time) (Command: f d)
Configures the on time (repeat mode/time) settings.
Transmission
[f][e][ ][Set ID][ ][Data1][ ][Data2][ ][Data3][Cr]
Transmission
[f][d][ ][Set ID][ ][Data1][ ][Data2][ ][Data3][Cr]
Data1
1. F1 to F7 (reading data)
F1: Read the 1st off timer data
F2: Read the 2nd off timer data
F3: Read the 3rd off timer data
F4: Read the 4th off timer data
F5: Read the 5th off timer data
F6: Read the 6th off timer data
F7: Read the 7th off timer data
2. E1 to E7 (deleting one index), E0 (deleting all
indexes)
E0: Erase all off timer setting
E1: Erase the 1st off timer setting
E2: Erase the 2nd off timer setting
E3: Erase the 3rd off timer setting
E4: Erase the 4th off timer setting
E5: Erase the 5th off timer setting
E6: Erase the 6th off timer setting
E7: Erase the 7th off timer setting
3. 01 to 0C (setting the day of the week for off timer)
01: Once
02. Daily
03: Mon - Fri
04: Mon - Sat
05: Sat - Sun
06. Every Sunday
07. Every Monday
08. Every Tuesday
09. Every Wednesday
0A. Every Thursday
0B. Every Friday
0C. Every Saturday
Data2 00 to 17: 00 to 23 hours
Data3 00 to 3B: 00 to 59 minutes
* To read or delete the Off Time list, set FFH for
[Data2] and [Data3].
Example 1: fe 01 f1 ff ff - Read the 1st index data
from off timer.
Example 2: fe 01 e1 ff ff - Delete the 1st index data
from off timer.
Example 3: fe 01 04 02 03 - Sets Off Timer to 02:03
for Monday-Saturday.
* This function is only available when Clock 1 (year/
month/day) and Clock 2 (hour/minute/second) are
set.
Acknowledgement
[e][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
Data1
1. F1 to F7 (reading data)
F1: Read the 1st on timer data
F2: Read the 2nd on timer data
F3: Read the 3rd on timer data
F4: Read the 4th on timer data
F5: Read the 5th on timer data
F6: Read the 6th on timer data
F7: Read the 7th on timer data
2. E1 to E7 (deleting one index), E0 (deleting all
indexes)
E0: Erase all on timer setting
E1: Erase the 1st on timer setting
E2: Erase the 2nd on timer setting
E3: Erase the 3rd on timer setting
E4: Erase the 4th on timer setting
E5: Erase the 5th on timer setting
E6: Erase the 6th on timer setting
E7: Erase the 7th on timer setting
3. 01 to 0C (setting the day of the week for the on
timer)
01: Once
02. Daily
03: Mon - Fri
04: Mon - Sat
05: Sat - Sun
06. Every Sunday
07. Every Monday
08. Every Tuesday
09. Every Wednesday
0A. Every Thursday
0B. Every Friday
0C. Every Saturday
Data2 00 to 17: 00 to 23 hours
Data3 00 to 3B: 00 to 59 minutes
* To read or delete an on timer list you have set,
[Data2][Data3] must be set to FFH.
Example 1: fd 01 f1 ff ff - Read the 1st index data
from on timer.
Example 2: fd 01 e1 ff ff - Delete the 1st index data
from on timer.
Example 3: fd 01 04 02 03 - Set on timer at 02:03 on
Monday to Saturday.
* This function is only available when Clock 1 (year/
month/day) and Clock 2 (hour/minute/second) are
set.
Acknowledgement
[d][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
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24. Off timer (repeat mode/time) (Command: f e)
Configures the off time (repeat mode/time) settings.
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26. On timer input (Command: f u)
Adds a new schedule entry by selecting input for the
current on timer setting.
Transmission
[f][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data1][Cr]
[f][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data1][Data2][Cr]
Data (adding schedule)
60: RGB
90: HDMI (HDMI1)
Data1
1. f1h to f7h (reading data)
F1: Select the 1st schedule input source
F2: Select the 2nd schedule input source
F3: Select the 3rd schedule input source
F4: Select the 4th schedule input source
F5: Select the 5th schedule input source
F6: Select the 6th schedule input source
F7: Select the 7th schedule input source
Data2
1. ffh (reading data)
To read the schedule input, enter FFH for [Data2].
If no schedule is available for [Data1] when attempting to read or change the schedule data, the text NG
will be displayed and the operation will fail.
(Example 1: fu 01 60 - Move existing schedule
entries down one row each and save RGB as input
source for the 1st schedule entry.)
(Example 2: fu 01 f1 ff - Read the 1st schedule input
data.)
* This function is only supported when 1 (year/month/
date), 2 (hour/minute/second) and On Time (repeat
mode/time) are set.
** Input may not be supported on some models.
Acknowledgement
[u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
[u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data1][Data2][x]
** This may not be supported on some models.
27. Automatic standby (Command: m n)
Configures the automatic standby settings.
Transmission
[m][n][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
00: Off (Will not turn off after 4/6/8 hours)
01: 4 hours (Off after 4 hours)
02: 6 hours (Off after 6 hours)
03: 8 hours (Off after 8 hours)
Acknowledgement
[n][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
28. Auto off (Command: f g)
Configures the automatic off settings.
Transmission
[f][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00: Off (Will not turn off after 15 minutes)
01: On (Off after 15 minutes)
Acknowledgement
[g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
29. Language (Command: f i)
Sets the OSD language.
Transmission
[f][i][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
00: Czech
01: Danish
02: German
03: English
04: Spanish (Europe)
05: Greek
06: French
07: Italian
08: Dutch
09: Norwegian
0A: Portuguese
0B: Portuguese (Brazil)
0C: Russian
0D: Finnish
0E: Swedish
0F: Korean
10: Chinese (Cantonese)
11: Chinese (Mandarin)
Acknowledgement
[i][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
30. ISM method (Command: j p)
Selects an ISM Method option.
Transmission
[j][p][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 08: Standard
20: Color wash
Acknowledgement
[p][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
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Transmission
[f][k][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00: Picture reset
01: Screen reset
02: Initial settings (factory reset)
34. Time elapsed (Command: d l)
Checks the elapsed time.
Transmission
[d][l][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data FF: Read status
Acknowledgement
[l][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
* The data received is shown as a hexadecimal
value.
Acknowledgement
[k][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
32. Current temperature (Command: d n)
Checks the inside temperature value.
Transmission
[d][n][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data FF: Check status
Acknowledgement
[n][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
[n][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
* Temperature is displayed as a hexadecimal value.
33. Key (Command: m c)
Sends a key code for the IR remote control.
Transmission
[m][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
DataIR_KEY_CODE
Acknowledgement
[c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
For key codes, see IR Codes.
* Some key codes may not be supported on some
models.
35. Product serial number (Command: f y)
Checks the serial number of the product.
Transmission
[f][y][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data FF: Check product serial number
Acknowledgement
[y][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
* Data is in ASCII code.
36. Software version (Command: f z)
Checks the software version of the product.
Transmission
[f][z][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data FF: Check software version
Acknowledgement
[z][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
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31. Reset (Command: f k)
Resets settings for Picture, Screen and Audio or
restores factory settings.
(Screen reset can only be performed in RGB input
mode.)
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37. White balance red gain (Command: j m)
Adjusts the white balance red gain value.
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Transmission
[j][m][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to FE: Red gain 0 to 254
Acknowledgement
[m][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
40. Backlight (Command: m g)
Adjusts the back light brightness.
Transmission
[m][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: Back light brightness 0 to 100
Acknowledgement
[g][][set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
** This may not be supported on some models.
38. White balance green gain (Command: j n)
Adjusts the white balance green gain value.
Transmission
[j][n][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to FE: Green gain 0 to 254
Acknowledgement
[n][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
39. White balance blue gain (Command: j o)
Adjusts the white balance blue gain value.
Transmission
[j][o][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to FE: Blue gain 0 to 254
Acknowledgement
[o][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
41. Screen off (Command: k d)
Turns the screen on or off.
Transmission
[k][d][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00: Turns the screen on
01: Turns the screen off
Acknowledgement
[d][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
42. Power On Delay (Command: f h)
To set the schedule delay when the power is turned
on. (Unit: Second)
Transmission
[f][h][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 64: min. 0 to max. 100 (sec.)
Acknowledgement
[h][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
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Transmission
[d][d][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to FF: 1st byte - Tile Row
2nd byte - Tile
Column
*00, 01, 10, 11 means Tile Mode Off
** It may not be supported depending
on the model.
Acknowledgement
[d][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
44. Tile Mode Check (Command: d z)
To check Tile Mode status.
Transmission
[d][z][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data FF: Check Tile Mode status.
** It may not be supported depending on the model.
Acknowledgement
[z][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
Data1
Data2
Data3
00: Tile Mode Off
01: Tile Mode On
00 to 0F: Tile Row
00 to 0F: Tile Column
45. Tile ID (Command: d i)
To set Tile ID.
Transmission
[d][i][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 01 to E1: Tile ID 01 to 225**
FF: Check Tile ID
** Data could not be set over (Tile Column) x (Tile
Row).
** It may not be supported depending on the model.
Acknowledgement
[i][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
*NG will be return if data is over (Tile Column) x (Tile
Row), except 0xFF.
46. Tile H Position (Command: d e)
To adjust the Tile Horizontal position.
* This function is available only when the Natural
option of the Tile Mode is set to Off while the Tile
Mode set to On.
Transmission
[d][e][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 32: -50 (Left) to 0 (Right)
*Left/Right values depend on Tile H size.
** It may not be supported depending on the model.
Acknowledgement
[e][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
47. Tile V Position (Command: d f)
To adjust the Tile Vertical position.
* This function is available only when the Natural
option of the Tile Mode is set to Off while the Tile
Mode set to On.
Transmission
[d][f][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 0 to 32: 0 (Bottom) to 50 (Top)
* Bottom/Top values depend on Tile Vertical size.
** It may not be supported depending on the model.
Acknowledgement
[f][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
48. Tile H Size (Command: d g)
To adjust the Tile Horizontal Size.
*Set Tile H Position to 0x32 before setting Tile H
Size.
* This function is available only when the Natural
option of the Tile Mode is set to Off while the Tile
Mode set to On.
Transmission
[d][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 32: 0 to 50
** It may not be supported depending on the model.
Acknowledgement
[g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
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43. Tile Mode (Command: d d)
To set a Tile Mode and Tile Column/
Row values.
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49. Tile V Size (Command: d h)
To adjust the Tile Vertical size.
*Set Tile V Position to 0x00 before setting Tile V
Size.
* This function is available only when the Natural
option of the Tile Mode is set to Off while the Tile
Mode set to On.
Transmission
[d][h][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 to 32: 0 to 50
** It may not be supported depending on the model.
Acknowledgement
[h][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
50. Natural Mode (In Tile Mode) (Command : d j)
To display the image naturally, the part of the image
that would normally be displayed in the gap between
the monitors is omitted.
Transmission
[d][j][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00: Off
01: On
Acknowledgement
[j][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
WARNING -This equipment is compliant with
Class A of CISPR 32. In a residential environment
this equipment may cause radio interference.
Make sure to read the Safety Precautions
before using the product.
Keep the Owner's Manual (CD) in an
accessible place for future reference.
The model and serial number of the SET is
located on the back and one side of the SET.
Record it below should you ever need service.
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