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Warranty

Marshall Electronics warranties to the first consumer that this

OR-434 LCD

monitor will (under normal use) be free from defects in workmanship and materials, when received in its original container, for a period of one year from the purchase date. This warranty is extended to the first consumer only, and proof of purchase is necessary to honor the warranty. If there is no proof of purchase provided with a warranty claim, Marshall Electronics reserves the right not to honor the warranty set forth above. Therefore, labor and parts may be charged to the consumer. This warranty does not apply to the product exterior or cosmetics. Misuse, abnormal handling, alterations or modifications in design or construction void this warranty. It is considered normal for a minimal amount of pixels, not to exceed three, to fail on the periphery of the display active viewing area. Marshall

Electronics reserves the option to refuse service for display pixel failure if deemed unobtrusive to effective use of the monitor by our technicians. No sales personnel of the seller or any other person is authorized to make any warranties other than those described above, or to extend the duration of any warranties on behalf of Marshall

Electronics, beyond the time period described above. Due to constant effort to improve products and product features, specifications may change without notice.

Marshall Electronics

OR-434

Quad 4.3” Fully Featured Rack Mount Monitor System

Marshall Electronics, Inc.

1910 East Maple Avenue

El Segundo, CA 90245

Tel.: (800) 800-6608 / (310) 333-0606

Fax: (310)333-0688 www.LCDracks.com / [email protected]

2009 - 1215

Operating Instructions

Contents

Product Overview

............................................................................................................................................................................. 3

Features

.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

Installation and Initial Setup

......................................................................................................................................................... 5

Unpacking

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Mounting

............................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

Connections and Power-On

.............................................................................................................................................................. 5

Front Panel Features

........................................................................................................................................................................ 6

Power Button

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Input Select Buttons

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User-Definable Function Buttons .................................................................................................................................................... 6

Image Adjustment Knobs ................................................................................................................................................................. 6

Rear Panel Features

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7

Power Input

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7

Compatible Input Formats ............................................................................................................................................................. 8

On-Screen Menu

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9

MAIN MENU AND NAVIGATION

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INFO SUBMENU

.............................................................................................................................................................................. 12

INPUT SUBMENU

........................................................................................................................................................................... 12

PICTURE SUBMENU

...................................................................................................................................................................... 13

COLOR SUBMENU

......................................................................................................................................................................... 13

Color Temperature Presets

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RGB Bias and Gain

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SCREEN SUBMENU

....................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Scan

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Aspect Ratio Setting

......................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Mono / Color

.................................................................................................................................................................................... 14

H/V Delay

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Shift H

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Shift V

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MARKER CONFIGURATION SUBMENU

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Markers

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Center Marker

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Aspect Markers

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Safety Marker

................................................................................................................................................................................... 15

Marker Mat

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Line Thickness

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Line Type

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AUDIO CONFIGURATION SUBMENU

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Meter Background

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Display Channels

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Active Channel Only

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Meter Columns

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Display Type

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Front Volume

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Rear Volume

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Headroom Start

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Headroom End

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Channel Assignment

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Load CH Preset

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Save CH Preset

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CH Preset

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17

WAVEFORM SUBMENU

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17

VECTORSCOPE SUBMENU

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ClipGuide SUBMENU

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USER ASSIGN SUBMENU

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19

REMOTE SUBMENU

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SETUP SUBMENU

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Specifications ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 22

Maintenance / Color Calibration Procedure .............................................................................................................................. 23

Warranty Information

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Maintenance / Color Calibration Procedure

Screen Cleaning

Periodically clean the screen surface using ammonia-free cleaning wipes (Marshall Part No. V-HWP-K).

A clean micro-fiber cloth can also be used using only non-abrasive and ammonia-free cleaning agents.

Do not use paper towels. Paper towel fibers are coarse and may scratch the surface of the polycarbonate faceplate or leave streaks on the surface. Antistatic and fingerprint resistant cleaning agents are recommended.

Do not apply excessive pressure to the screen to avoid damaging the LCD.

Faceplate Dusting

Dust the unit with a soft, damp cloth or chamois. Dry or abrasive cloths may cause electrostatic charge on the surface, attracting dust particles. Neutralize static electricity effects by using the recommended cleaning and polishing practice.

■ Color Calibration Procedure

• Allow both the unit you want to calibrate and the Minolta® CA-210 to warm up for a minimum of 20 minutes.

• Attach the CA-210 color probe to the update dongle.

• With the unit still turned on, insert the update dongle into the service port at the rear of the screen you wish to calibrate.

• Use the menu navigation joystick or menu buttons of the appropriate screen and go to:

Color Menu

Color Temp

• Cal D65/D93 to calibrate both

• Cal D65 to calibrate only D65

• Cal D93 to calibrate only D93

Press enter once to select and again to confirm

• Follow the on-screen instructions

Notes:

1. If there is no color probe attached or you make a mistake and try to calibrate the incorrect screen, you will get an error message and the screen will default to previous settings.

2. If the calibration process is interrupted while in progress, the current screen settings will be corrupted and the calibration process will have to be repeated.

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Specifications

PANEL

Screen Size

4.3” Diagonal

Display Area (h x v)

93.0 x 55.8 mm

Aspect Ratio

Pixels

16:10 (16:9 / 4:3 Selectable)

800 x 480

Color Depth

8-bit (16.7M Colors)

Viewing Angle (h x v)

-65 ° ~+65° x -65° ~+45° (CR >10)

Brightness

Contrast Ratio

Pixel Pitch (h x v)

200 cd/m2

400:1

0.116 x 0.116 mm

VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT

HD/SD-SDI Video Input / Output

CONNECTORS

Video Input

- 1 x BNC Female (75 Ω)

Video Output (Active Loop-Through)

- 1 x BNC Female (75 Ω)

Parallel Remote

- RJ-45

Optional Input Slot

Audio Output Jacks

- 3.5mm Stereo x 2. One Front and One Rear.

Service Terminal

Power Input

- 4-Pin Male XLR

Pin 1: GND

Pin 2: N/C

Pin 3: N/C

Pin 4: +12VDC

ELECTRICAL

Power Consumption

- 4 Amp (Max) @ 12VDC (48 W Max)

Voltage Requirement

- 12VDC (10VDC-18VDC)

MECHANICAL

Dimensions (w x h x d)

480.8mm x 88.1mm x 89.9mm

18.9” x 3.46” x 3.54”

Weight (Monitor Only)

5.29 lbs including power adapter

Operating Temperature

32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)

Storage Temperature

RoHs

-4° F to104° F (-20° C to 40° C)

Do not dispose. Return to

Manufacturer or Authorized

Recycle Facility.

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Product Overview

The Orchid

OR-434

is a Quad 4.3” fully featured rack mount monitor system. The OR-434 offers built-in

Waveform Monitor, Vectorscope, Audio Bars, audio output, and several diagnostic tools. This monitor is ideal for use in control rooms, media duplication facilities, and remote vans. The OR-434 provides a complete Audio

/Video monitoring solution for 4 HD/SD-SDI feeds when combined with a Marshall audio monitor (AR-

AM series). Each 4.3” screen is equipped with a single HD/SD-SDI input with loop-through, along with an optional input slot which can be used for additional Component, DVI-I, or other input formats. Diagnostic tools include our exclusive ClipGuide feature, 16 Tri-Color Audio Bar Graph meters with peak hold and numeric display of headroom and peak levels, and real-time analysis of color space conversion gamut errors. Other standard features include factory calibrated screens, easy-to-navigate onscreen menus with “joystick” control, 5 assignable function keys, adjustable color temperature, aspect ratio settings, a variety of screen markers, underscan mode, blue-only mode, monochrome mode, H/V delay, and 7 assignable GPI inputs.

Features

High Resolution 4.3” Widescreen Panel

The OR-434 features an all-digital TFT-MegaPixel active matrix LCD system. The LCD panel features a nominal brightness of 200 cd/m 2 lighting conditions.

and a contrast ratio of 400:1 making each display ideal in a variety of environments and

Waveform monitor function

The built-in waveform monitor (which includes adjustable White and Black clip level indicators) can be displayed in various aspect ratios, positions, and transparency options. The Waveform Monitor not only monitors luminance, but can also warn the user for out-of-range conditions such as overexposure or “blacker-than-black” errors with fully user-adjustable warning limits.

Real-time Color Vectorscope

The built-in Vectorscope allows users to monitor color gamut range in real time. It displays in full color and can also be displayed in various sizes, positions, and transparency options. The Vectorscope has adjustable gain from 1x to 5x.

ClipGuide

The ClipGuide function operates with both the Waveform display and

Monochrome/Color picture display. Both the upper and lower ClipGuide levels are user-adjustable in order to accurately display over-and-under exposures during different shooting conditions. For example, the upper

ClipGuide limit may be set to 85 IRE and the lower limit to 10 IRE. With these settings, any exposures over the set limit of 85 IRE will display red on both the Waveform and picture (if selected). The same will be true for blacks under 10 IRE.

Chroma monitor function

Included in the ClipGuide menu are settings for monitoring color gamut errors, which can occur in color space conversion. Any data exceeding these values will be displayed as Yellow in the picture. The factory preset for C limits are 16 and 240 according to ITU-R BT.709. Typically, these values should not be exceeded during normal video production.

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Precision Audio Level Meters

De-embeds and displays up to 16 channels of audio using sixteen

64-segment tri-color Audio Meters with user-adjustable reference levels.

The Audio Level Meters provide numerical indicators and headroom levels, as well as peak hold function. Audio Channel Loss Warning prevents errors during monitoring.

Precision White Balance with Color Temperature Adjustment

White balance adjustment is essential in order to render colors correctly.

To display colors correctly, gray scale should maintain identical color temperature. The white balance for ORCHID monitors defaults to D65

(6500K) so the user does not need to adjust white balance.

LCD monitors have color-matching issues because white balance can be affected by a change in luminance level. Our unique color management system solves this problem.

The ORCHID operating system includes an Automatic White Balance function that allows a “One Button” calibration procedure when used with a

Minolta CA-210 color probe. All Orchid Series LCD panels are calibrated at the factory to ensure color conformity between screens.

Select color temperature and gamma mode

Color temperature presets may be selected between D65 or D93 as well as user-defined settings.

Gamma settings are adjustable from 1.0 to 3.0 in 0.1 steps. The standard setting is 2.2.

Flexible Screen Markers

A variety of screen markers in 4:3, 16:9, and full screen modes allow accurate monitoring of the different aspect ratios used in broadcast environments.

User-Definable Function Buttons

Five user-definable function buttons on the front panel allow quick access to numerous settings and features including Input 1, Option Input, Waveform, Vectorscope, Audio Bars, aspect ratio, screen markers, monochrome mode, H/V delay mode, and more.

AUDIO Jack

There are two 3.5mm AUDIO jacks (one on the front panel for headphones and one on rear panel to feed an external amplifier). It is possible to utilize both the front panel headphone connect and rear panel speaker connector simultaneously with individual volume controls. The Marshall AR-AM series is the perfect companion for monitoring audio.

TimeCode

Selects among to following options: OFF / LTC / VITC1 / VITC2. In the most cases, the value of LTC and

VITC1 will be identical to each other.

Power Save

• When enabled, the monitor will go to sleep after a predefined time has passed when loss of picture occurs.

• When a valid video format is detected, the monitor will wake up from the sleep state.

• Pressing any front panel keys will wake up the monitor.

• In the sleep state, all lights (including the backlight and front key indicators) are turned off.

• Any change in parallel remote status will wake up the monitor.

• Tally status is not affected by sleep mode.

Key Lock

When it is locked, user cannot use front panel keys except for accessing the menu.

Reset to MFG Default

• This will Restore all configuration values and functions to the factory preset state.

• This will not change Model Name, Serial Number, or White Balance Data.

• Requires Confirm action by selecting Confirm again.

(Select Reset -> Press Enter -> Select Confirm -> Press Enter)

• Resetting default will not effect backed up data.

■ Backup User Configuration

• This command backs up all user information to secondary EEPROM (User settings)

• Requires Confirm action by selecting Confirm again.

(Select Backup -> Press Enter -> Select Confirm -> Press Enter)

■ Restore User Configuration

This will Restore all information previously stored to the secondary EEPROM (User settings) and overwrites all

Current settings. Requires Confirm action by selecting Confirm again. (Select Restore -> Press Enter -> Select

Confirm -> Press Enter). After restoration, the system exits the OSD menu.

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REMOTE SUBMENU

Pin 1 through Pin 8

The RJ-45 Remote connector on the rear panel has 8 pins. Pin 5 is Ground, while the remaining 7 pins are pulled high to 3.3VDC and may be used for Tally or other Remote Commands. A list of available

Commands and Tally configurations can be found in the Menu Overview section of this manual. The command or Tally is activated by connecting the corresponding Pin (1-4 and 6-8) to Pin 5 (Ground).

Event Trigger

• Two types of events are allowed.

• The falling event is when you pull down to ground, and the rising event is when you remove the

ground and the pin returns to normal high state.

• Falling events occurs only once and on the event of power up sequence.

• This means a falling event will occur only once regardless of whether its pin is repeatedly grounded

such as when selecting an input source.

• The rising event can only occur once a pin has been pulled down to ground to activate the command

such as turning on a tally releasing ground (open circuit) to turn off.

• Priority

• Lower pin number has higher priorities over higher pin numbers during power up sequence.

Tally System

Tally System can be used with non-separated mode and separated mode.

Non-separated mode

• Supports R/G/B tallies.

• Can mix any channels. FOR EXAMPLE: Mix Red and Green for Amber.

• Cannot mix R/G/B for White (It will be pink due to white balance).

• Cannot be assigned with separated tallies.

Left/Right Separated Mode

• Supports R/G/B tallies on each Left and Right.

• Can mix any channels for each Left and Right.

• Cannot mix R/G/B for White (It will be pink due to white balance).

• Cannot be assigned with non-separated tallies.

SETUP SUBMENU

Format Display

Auto

This mode will display the video format information for about 8 seconds whenever video format is changed.

Off

- This mode will not display any video format information.

On

- This mode will always display current video format information.

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Installation and Initial Setup

Unpacking

Carefully unpack the OR-434 monitor and verify that the following items are included:

• OR-434 Monitor

• 12V 4.6A XLR Power Supply with 4-Pin Female XLR Connector

• Operating Instructions

Inspect the unit for any physical damage that may have occurred during shipping. Should there be any damage, immediately call Marshall Electronics Customer Service at (800) 800-6608. If you are not located within the continental United States, call +1 (310) 333-0606.

Mounting

The OR-434 monitor features a standard 19” rack mount configuration with tilt capability.

First secure the upper screws and then the lower ones (as illustrated below).

Connections and Power-On

Plug the power supply into an AC power source (100-240 V @ 50/60 Hz). Attach the 4-pin female XLR connector to the back of the monitor. The monitor will draw no more than 4.0 Amps at 12 Volts in operation

(48 Watts).

Connect the required cables for video signal input and output (Power must be applied to the OR-434 for the active loop-through outputs to be activated). All BNC connectors are rated at 75Ω.

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Front Panel Features

2

1

5 3 4

1

2

3

4

5

Power Button with Indicator

Press power switch to turn on the power. The unit and indicator lights will turn on.

Press again to turn off the power.

Tri-Color Tally Light

30mm Tri-Color tally lamp controlled via the Remote connector on the rear of the unit.

User-Definable Function Keys

Five user-definable function buttons can be used for direct access to various settings.

Functions are assigned using the on-screen menu.

Joystick Control

Press the Joystick IN to access the on-screen Menu. Gently move the Joystick Up- é ,

Down- ê ,

Left- ç , or Right- è to navigate the on-screen menu, and to change values. Press the Joystick

IN

to save any changes or selections. Exit the on-screen menu by moving the Joystick to the Left one or more times.

When not in the Menu mode, the Joystick is used to control the following settings directly:

• Brightness

• Contrast

• Saturation

• Sharpness

• Volume

Move the Joystick in the é

or

ê direction to choose the setting you want to adjust, then move the Joystick

ç , or è to change the value. Release the Joystick after making the necessary adjustment. The display will return to normal within 5 seconds.

Headphone Jack

3.5mm stereo headphone jack. Left and Right source are selected from the on-screen menu.

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Y Limits

(These values are shared with WFM settings)

Set luminance upper and lower limits to be monitored.

• Limits are displayed in IRE unit

• Varies between -7.3 IRE and 109.1 IRE

• This value will be shown in WFM window as red line

• Any data exceeding these values will be displayed as red on the picture

• These values are shared with WFM settings

• Internally, Y values ranges from 0 to 255

• -7.3 IRE equals to 0 in digital

• 0 IRE equals to 16 in digital

• 100 IRE equals to 235 in digital

• 109.1 IRE equals to 255 in digital

C Limits

Sets the chrominance levels to be monitored.

• Displayed in 8-bit digital video representation.

• Any data exceeding these values will be displayed as Yellow in the picture

• The factory preset for C limits are 16 and 240 according to ITU-R BT.709

• Typically these values should not be exceeded during normal video production

USER ASSIGN SUBMENU

F-1 thru F-5

There are five Function Keys on the front panel of the

OR-434. Each of these F-keys key may be assigned any one of 31 different functions as required by the job or individual user. These functions are listed in the Menu

Overview section of this manual.

One-way functions

• Pressing pre-defined key will activate the feature

• When it is enabled, the indicator of the key will

be lit up.

• Pressing again will have no effect.

FOR EXAMPLE: Selecting Input, Selecting

Audio Preset, Selecting White Balance

Two-ways functions

• Pressing pre-defined key will active the feature

• When it is enabled, the indicator of the key will turn on

• Pressing again will deactivate the feature.

FOR EXAMPLE: Scan, WFM, ALM, Layout, HV Delay

Sequential functions

• Pressing pre-defined key will rotate features in sequence.

FOR EXAMPLE: Timecode, Color Channel

• TimeCode will change its state for OFF->LTC->VITC1->VITC2->OFF

• Color Channel will change its state for RGB->R Only->G Only … -> RGB

To assign a function while in the User Assign submenu, use the Joystick to highlight the desired F-key. Press the Joystick è and the é or ê to choose the function. When the appropriate function is highlighted, press the

Joystick in to save the selection.

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VECTORSCOPE SUBMENU

Layout

Use this menu to choose from several available preset screen layouts. There are two layouts. Choosing any of the preset layouts will override the settings in the

Vectorscope, Size, and Position menus.

Vectorscope

Use this menu to turn the Vectorscope display On or Off when in the Normal mode.

Size

Use this menu to choose the size of the Vectorscope display in Normal mode. Choices are Small, Medium, and Large.

Position

Use this menu to select the position you want the Vectorscope display to occupy on the screen when in the

Normal mode. Choices are Left Top, Left Bottom, Right Top, and Right Bottom.

Display Type

Use this menu to choose how to display the Vectorscope. The choices are Overlay or Overlap. In the Overlay mode, the Vectorscope will be semi-transparent and the user will be able to see the source video through the

Vectorscope. In the Overlap mode, the Vectorscope will be Opaque and will block the source video.

Gain

Use this menu to change the gain of the Vectorscope display. Normally, the Vectorscope displays x1.00. In order to allow a magnified view, the gain is adjustable from x1.00 to x4.98 in .01 steps. Changing this value has no effect on the source material.

ClipGuide SUBMENU

ClipGuide

Use this menu to turn the ClipGuide function On or Off.

Mode

Allows the choice of which ClipGuide function you want to display. There are 6 modes to choose from:

• Luma (Y) displayed over Color video

• Luma (Y) displayed over Mono video

• Chroma (C) displayed over Color video

• Chroma (C) displayed over Mono video

• Luma (Y) and Chroma (C) displayed over Color Video

• Luma (Y) and Chroma (C) displayed over Mono Video

Display Type

ClipGuide will display over and under values in two ways when monitoring the video signal. In the Zebra mode, over and under conditions are indicated in a Zebra (diagonal stripe) pattern. In the Fill mode, over and under conditions are indicated by a solid fill. In either Zebra or Fill mode, Red is the indication for Luma and

Yellow is the indication for Chroma.

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Rear Panel Features

1 5 4

6

Parallel Remote RJ-45

Pin Assignments

Pin 1

GPI 1

Pin 2

GPI 2

Pin 3

GPI 3

Pin 4

GPI 4

Pin 5

GND

Pin 6

GPI 5

Pin 7

GPI 6

Pin 8

GPI 7

3 2

1

2

3

4

5

6

GPI Input

RJ-45 connector for 7 user-assignable GPI inputs. Assignable using the on-screen menu.

Service Port

Proprietary connection used for firmware upgrades and LCD color balance calibration.

Power Input

Connect 12VDC to the 4-Pin XLR power input connector. Power can be supplied from the included power supply or from a variety of DC sources supplying at least 1 Amp at 12 Volts.

IMPORTANT: If using a power source other than the included power supply, be sure that the polarity of the DC input is correct:

Pin 1: GND

Pin 2: N/C

Pin 3: N/C

Pin 4: +12VDC

Option Slot

Used to connect an optional input card such as the OR-DVI (DVI input) or OR-YPR (Component input).

Audio Output

3.5mm stereo line level output for monitoring embedded audio channels. The desired audio channels are selected in the Audio onscreen menu. The output level is also controlled through the Audio onscreen menu.

Video input and output connectors

The video input auto detects HD and SD-SDI video signals.

The output connector is an active re-clocked video signal from the HD/SDI input.

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OR-434 Compatible Formats

Format

480 / 60i

576 / 50i

480 / 60p

576 / 50p

720 / 60p

720 / 50p

720 / 30p

720 / 25

720 / 24p

1080 / 60p

1080 / 50p

1080 / 60i (30PsF)

1080 / 50i (25PsF)

1080 / 48i (24Psf)

1080 / 30p

1080 / 25p

1080 / 24p

VGA

SVGA

XGA

SXGA

UXGA

WUXGA

HD/SD-SDI

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Save CH Preset To >

Use this menu to select which one of 8 memory locations where the user wants to store the current channel output assignments.

CH Preset

Use this menu to Lock or Unlock the ability to save to the Ch Preset memory locations. This helps to prevent accidental overwriting of stored presets. When Locked, Ch Presets may still be recalled.

WAVEFORM SUBMENU

Layout

Use this menu to choose from several available preset screen layouts. There are two layouts. Choosing any of the preset layouts will override the settings in the Waveform,

Size and Position menus.

Waveform

Use this menu to turn the Waveform display On or Off when in the Normal mode.

Size

Use this menu to choose the size of the Waveform display in Normal mode. Choices are Small, Medium, and

Large.

Position

Use this menu to select the position you want the Waveform display to occupy on the screen when in the

Normal mode. Choices are Left Top, Left Bottom, Right Top, and Right Bottom.

Display Type

Use this menu to choose how to display the waveform. The choices are Overlay or Overlap. In the Overlay mode, the waveform will be semi-transparent and the user will be able to see the source video through the waveform. In the Overlap mode, the waveform will be Opaque and will block the source video.

Y Over Limit

Use this menu to set where you want the waveform to display Red when the video source exceeds the limit set.

This value is adjustable from -7.3% to 109.1% IRE. This setting is shared with the ClipGuide Menu.

Y Under Limit

Use this menu to set where you want the waveform to display Red when the video source below the limit set.

This value is adjustable from -7.3% to 109.1% IRE. This setting is shared with the ClipGuide Menu.

Limits

• Internally, Y values ranges from 0 to 255

• -7.3 IRE is equal to 0 in digital

• 0 IRE is equal to 16 in digital

• 100 IRE is equal to 235 in digital

• 109.1 IRE is equal to 255 in digital

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AUDIO CONFIGURATION SUBMENU

Level Meter

Selects whether or not to display audio level meters.

Meter Background

Selects whether or not to display meter background.

Display Channels

Selects how many audio meters you want to display.

You may select any number of channels from 1 to 16.

Active Channel Only

Allows a choice of All channels or Active channels only.

Selecting Active will override the Display Channels setting.

Meter Columns

Allows a choice of displaying Level Meters is Dual (2) or Quad (4) columns.

Display Type

Allows a choice between Overlap and Overlay modes. Overlap is opaque and will block part of the video image where the Level Meters appear. Overlay is Halftone (semi-transparent) so video can be seen through the

Level Meters.

Front Volume

Adjusts Headphone volume on the front panel. This value is adjustable from 0 to 40. Setting to 0 will Mute the output.

Rear Volume

Adjusts the Line Output jack on the rear panel. This value is adjustable from 0 to 40. Setting to 0 will Mute the output.

Headroom Start

Adjusts the point at which the level meters will change color from Green to Yellow. This is normally the level used for alignment. For digital audio in the US, the SMPTE standard is -20dBFS = 0VU = +4dBu.

The European EBU standard is -18dBFS = 0VU. Other Alignment standards can be set using this menu.

Headroom End

Adjusts the point at which the level meters will change color from Yellow to Red. There is no official standard to where this point should occur. This is an arbitrary setting to give visual warning that the program level is peaking near the 0dBFS point at which there are no more bits and clipping will occur.

Left Channel / Right Channel

These menus are used to designate which one of the available 16 audio channels will be assigned to either the

Left, Right, or both outputs for listening. For example, the user can choose to send CH 1 to the left output and

CH 2 to the Right output, or the user can assign CH 1 to both Left and Right for a mono feed.

Load CH Preset From >

Use this menu to recall one of the 8 possible memory locations where the user previously stored channel output assignments. Use of this Load command will override the current channel output assignments.

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INFO [1080i / 60]

INPUT [SDI]

PICTURE

COLOR [D65 / 709]

SCREEN [16 : 9]

MARKER

On-Screen Menu

OR-434 MENU STRUCTURE OVERVIEW

MODEL NAME

OPTION CARD

OPTION S/N

INPUT

INPUT FORMAT

COLOR MATRIX

COLOR TEMP

VERSION

OR-434

N/A

SDI

1080i / 60

709

D65

0.0.0.0

RETURN

INPUT SELECT

Analog Calibrate

RETURN

BRIGHT

CONTRAST

SATURATION

SHARPNESS

GAMMA

[SDI] / OPTION

>

0~100 [50] is Calibrated setting

0~100 [50] is Calibrated setting

0~100 [50] is Calibrated setting

0~100 [0] is Calibrated setting

1.0/1.8/2.0/2.2/2.4/2.6 [2.2] is Calibrated Setting

RETURN

COLOR MATRIX

COLOR TEMP

RED BIAS

GREEN BIAS

BLUE BIAS

RED GAIN

GREEN GAIN

BLUE GAIN

RETURN

SCAN

ASPECT

AUTO, RGB, BT. 601, BT. 709

CIE D65, JP D93, USER, CAL D65/D93, CAL D65, CAL D93

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting

0.000 to 1.992 [x1.00] is Calibrated setting

0.000 to 1.992 [x1.00] is Calibrated setting

0.000 to 1.992 [x1.00] is Calibrated setting

MONO COLOR SEL

H/V DELAY

SHIFT H

SHIFT V

RETURN

MARKER

CENTER

NORMAL, OVERSCAN, ZOOM

AUTO, 4:3, 16:9

RGB

MONO

RED

GREEN

BLUE

R+G

R+B

G+B

ON / OFF

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting (- = Right)

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting (- = Down)

ASPECT RATIO

SAFETY ZONE

MARKER MAT

LINE THICKNESS

LINE LEVEL

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

OFF

4:03

16 : 9

1.85 : 1

2.35 : 1

4 : 3 & 2.85 : 1

4 : 3 & 2.35 : 1

80% to 100% (OFF) [95%] is normal setting

CLEAR, HALFTONE, BLACK

1, 2, 3

GRAY, HALFTONE, WHITE, INVERT

9

AUDIO [ON]

WAVEFORM [ON]

VECTORSCOPE

ClipGuide

USER ASSIGN

On-Screen Menu

(continued)

OR-434 MENU STRUCTURE OVERVIEW

RETURN

LEVEL METER

METER BACKGROUND

DISPLAY CHANNELS

ACTIVE CH ONLY

METER COLUMNS

DISP TYPE

FRONT VOLUME

REAR VOLUME

HEADROOM START

HEADROOM END

LEFT CHANNEL

RIGHT CHANNEL

LOAD CH PRESET FROM >

SAVE CH PRESET TO >

CH PRESET

RETURN

LAYOUT

WAVEFORM

SIZE

POSITION

TYPE

Y OVER LIMIT

Y UNDER LIMIT

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

1~16

ACTIVE, ALL

DUAL, QUAD

OVERLAP, OVERLAY

0 to 40

0 to 40

-6 to -60 [-20] is SMPTE Standard

0 to -20 [-6] is Normal setting

CHANNEL1 TO CHANNEL 16

CHANNEL1 TO CHANNEL 17

PRESET 1 to PRESET 8

PRESET 1 to PRESET 9

LOCK / UNLOCK

NORMAL, LAYOUT A, LAYOUT B

ON / OFF

SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE

LEFT TOP, LEFT BOTTOM, RIGHT TO, RIGHT BOTTOM

OVERLAY / OVERLAP

[100.0%] % IRE 0% to 109.1%

[100.0%] % IRE -7.3% to 109.1%

RETURN

LAYOUT

VectorScope

SIZE

POSITION

TYPE

GAIN

RETURN

ClipGuide

NORMAL, LAYOUT A, LAYOUT B

ON / OFF

SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE

LEFT TOP, LEFT BOTTOM, RIGHT TOP, RIGHT BOTTOM

OVERLAY / OVERLAP

X1.00 to X1.91

MODE

DISPLAY TYPE

Y UPPER LIMIT

Y UNDER LIMIT

C UPPER LIMIT

C LOWER LIMIT

RETURN

ON / OFF

LUMA (Y)

LUMA (Y) ON MONO

CHROMA (C)

CHROMA (C) ON MONO

Y & C

Y & C ON MONO

ZEBRA / FILL

[100.0%] % IRE -7.3% to 109.1%

[0.0%] % IRE -7.3% to 109.1%

0~255 [016 = 7.5 IRE, 235 = 100 IRE]

0~255 [016 = 7.5 IRE, 235 = 100 IRE]

F-1 THRU F-5

INPUT 1

INPUT 2

GAMMA 1.0

GAMMA 1.8

GAMMA 2.0

GAMMA 2.2

GAMMA 2.4

GAMMA 2.6

WHITEBALANCE D65

WHITEBALANCE D93

MONO

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Shift V

Use of the Joystick to change the value of this setting will shift the picture Vertically. Negative values will move the picture Down, while Positive values will move the picture UP.

MARKER CONFIGURATION SUBMENU

Marker

Use this setting to enable or disable all on-screen markers.

This setting affects the Center marker, Aspect markers, and

Safety marker.

Center Marker

Use this setting to display a center marker on the screen.

Aspect Markers

Use these settings to superimpose one of 6 markers on the screen when in 16:9 mode.

• 4:3

• 16:9

• 1.85:1

• 2.35:1

• 4:3 and 1.85:1

• 4:3 and 2.35:1

Safety Marker

Use this setting to adjust the safety marker from 80% to 100% (Off) in 1% steps.

OFF (No Marker) 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio 4:3 Aspect Ratio Marker 90% Safe Area

Marker Mat

Use this setting to change the format of the marker curtains between Clear, Halftone, or Black.

Line Thickness

Use this setting to choose the line thickness of the markers from 1, 2, or 3 pixels thick.

Line Type

Use this setting to select the style of line used for markers between White, Halftone, and Invert.

Example (80% Marker in 4:3 Mode):

Normal Background

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Black Background

SCREEN SUBMENU

Scan

Normal (Zero Scan)

• Whole picture should be visible without any cropping.

• When in normal mode, it should not see non-active

areas such as SAV, EAV.

Over (End-User TV Production Scan)

• 5% of the picture is cropped and zoomed to fill the screen.

• After cropping, it will maintain correct aspect ratio and

center.

Zoom

• When in zoom mode, the center portion of the picture is

magnified to fill the screen by approximately 4x.

Aspect Ratio Settings

Use to switch between Full Screen, 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios.

The OR-434 monitor has a native resolution of 800 x 480 RGB pixels, so incoming images are automatically scaled to fit the screen:

• In Auto mode, images are displayed in their native Aspect Ratio. SD is normally 4:3 / HD normally 16:9.

• In 4:3 mode, images are scaled to fill the maximum 4:3 portion of the screen (640 x 480), with black

bars filling the remainder of the screen, regardless of its original format.

• In 16:9 mode, images are scaled to fill the maximum 16:9 portion of the screen (800 x 480) regardless of

its original format.

AUTO with 16:9 source 4:3 Mode with 16:9 source or native 4:3 in AUTO mode.

16:9 with 4:3 source

Mono / Color

Use the Mono / Color modes for monitor calibration or to analyze individual color components of an image.

• RGB = displays all three colors (Normal display)

• Mono = displays as monochrome.

• Red Channel = displays red channel only.

• Green Channel = displays green channel only

• Blue Channel = displays blue channel only

• R+G = Red + Green

• R+B = Red + Blue

• G+B = Green + Blue

H/V Delay

Use this setting to enable H & V Delay

• In H & V Delay mode, both horizontal sync and vertical sync are delayed, resulting in both horizontal

and vertical blanking periods being shown at the center of the screen.

Shift H

Use of the Joystick to change the value of this setting will shift the picture Horizontally. Negative values will move the picture Right, while Positive values will move the picture Left. [0] is center value.

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USER ASSIGN

REMOTE

On-Screen Menu

(continued)

F-1 THRU F-5

COLOR CHANNEL

SCAN

ASPECT

ZOOM

HV DELAY

MARKER

AUDIO METER

AUDIO PRESET 1

AUDIO PRESET 2

AUDIO PRESET 3

AUDIO PRESET 4

AUDIO PRESET 5

AUDIO PRESET 6

AUDIO PRESET 7

AUDIO PRESET 8

LAYOUT A

LAYOUT B

WAVEFORM MON

VECTORSCOPE

ClipGuide

TIMECODE

RETURN

PIN 1 THRU 8

(Pin 5 is Ground)

INPUT 1

INPUT 2

GAMMA 1.0

GAMMA 1.8

GAMMA 2.0

GAMMA 2.2

GAMMA 2.4

GAMMA 2.6

WHITEBLANCE D65

WHITEBALANCE D93

MONO

SCAN

ASPECT

ZOOM

HV DELAY

RED ONLY

BLUE ONLY

GREEN ONLY

MARKER

AUDIO METER

AUDIO PRESET 1

AUDIO PRESET 2

AUDIO PRESET 3

AUDIO PRESET 4

AUDIO PRESET 5

AUDIO PRESET 6

AUDIO PRESET 7

LAYOUT A

LAYOUT B

WAVEFORM MON

VECTORSCOPE

ClipGuide

TIMECODE LTC

TIMECODE VITC 1

TIMECODE VITC 2

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REMOTE

SETUP

On-Screen Menu

(continued)

PIN 1 THRU 8

(Pin 5 is Ground)

R TALLY

G TALLY

B TALLY

LEFT R TALLY

LEFT G TALLY

LEFT B TALLY

RIGHT R TALLY

RIGHT G TALLY

RIGHT B TALLY

RETURN

FORMAT DISP

TIMECODE

POWER SAVE

KEY LOCK

RESET TO MFG DEFAULT >

BACKUP USER CONFIG >

RESTORE USER CONFIG

AUTO / ON / OFF

OFF / LITC / VITC1 / VITC2

ALWAYS ON

2 MIN

5 MIN

10 MIN

30 MIN

1 HOUR

2 HOUR

LOCK / UNLOCK

REST NOW / CANCEL

BACKUP NOW / CANCEL

RESTORE NOW / CANCEL

Main Menu and Navigation

Access the main menu by pushing the

MENU

Joystick control on the front panel of the monitor.

• Step through menu items by gently moving the Joystick control

in the

é , ê , ç and è positions.

• Choose a submenu or select a menu item by pushing the Joystick

control.

• Return to the previous menu by pressing moving the Joystick in

the

ç direction.

• Exit the main menu by again moving the Joystick in the ç direction.

INFO SUBMENU

The INFO Submenu is a read only display that gives the user information about the particular screen he is looking at.

No adjustment can be made from this sub menu.

INPUT SUBMENU

The Input sub menu allows the user to select either the SDI input or the Optional Input module if installed as the source to be displayed.

PICTURE SUBMENU

The Picture submenu allows the user to make adjustments to Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness and

Gamma using the Joystick control.

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Brightness

• Varies between 0 and 100 (50 is standard).

• 50 is default value with standard black level.

• Increasing brightness level allows user to see BTB (Blacker-than-Black).

Contrast

• Varies between 0 and 100 (80 is standard).

• 80 is default value with 100% gain of video signal.

Saturation

• Varies between 0 and 100 (50 is standard).

• 50 is default value with nominal color saturation.

• Setting to 0 should display as monochrome.

• Increasing value will increase color saturation.

Sharpness

• Varies between 0 and 100 (0 is standard).

• 0 is default value with no scaling artifact.

Gamma

• Varies between 1.0 and 3.0 with 0.1 steps.

• If White Balance is set to User Mode, changing gamma will have no effect.

COLOR SUBMENU

The Color submenu allows the user to access to the Color management controls.

Color Matrix

Auto

• System automatically selects correct matrix.

• Typically, 601 for SD Formats, 709 for HD Formats.

RGB

• User can manually set to RGB.

• RGB should be used with GBR422 systems.

601

• Conforms to ITU-R BT.601 matrix.

709

• Conforms to ITU-R BT.709 matrix.

Color Temp

Use this setting to choose between color temperature presets:

• D65 (6500K). Conforms to CIE D65 White Point. x = 0.3127, y = 0.3290

• D93 (9300K). Conforms to Japanese D93 White Point. x = 0.2830 y = 0.2980

• USER (Adjustable Color Bias and Gain)

• CAL D65/D93

• CAL D65

• CAL D93

RGB Bias and Gain

Select this submenu to fine-tune the monitor’s color balance (R, G, B). This should only be done by someone experienced with video engineering, as this will alter the overall color shading of the screen. The purpose is to allow color matching to other types of monitors and/or displays.

NOTE

: The Color Temperature preset will automatically switch to CUSTOM when Color Bias or Gain settings are adjusted. It is normal for color bias adjustments to be very subtle.When selecting the RGB Bias and Gain submenus, changes to Gain and Bias will be seen in real time. Once the proper level is achieved, the user must save this setting by pressing the Joystick. If the user leaves the setting menu before saving, the value will return to the original setting.

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REMOTE

SETUP

On-Screen Menu

(continued)

PIN 1 THRU 8

(Pin 5 is Ground)

R TALLY

G TALLY

B TALLY

LEFT R TALLY

LEFT G TALLY

LEFT B TALLY

RIGHT R TALLY

RIGHT G TALLY

RIGHT B TALLY

RETURN

FORMAT DISP

TIMECODE

POWER SAVE

KEY LOCK

RESET TO MFG DEFAULT >

BACKUP USER CONFIG >

RESTORE USER CONFIG

AUTO / ON / OFF

OFF / LITC / VITC1 / VITC2

ALWAYS ON

2 MIN

5 MIN

10 MIN

30 MIN

1 HOUR

2 HOUR

LOCK / UNLOCK

REST NOW / CANCEL

BACKUP NOW / CANCEL

RESTORE NOW / CANCEL

Main Menu and Navigation

Access the main menu by pushing the

MENU

Joystick control on the front panel of the monitor.

• Step through menu items by gently moving the Joystick control

in the

é , ê , ç and è positions.

• Choose a submenu or select a menu item by pushing the Joystick

control.

• Return to the previous menu by pressing moving the Joystick in

the

ç direction.

• Exit the main menu by again moving the Joystick in the ç direction.

INFO SUBMENU

The INFO Submenu is a read only display that gives the user information about the particular screen he is looking at.

No adjustment can be made from this sub menu.

INPUT SUBMENU

The Input sub menu allows the user to select either the SDI input or the Optional Input module if installed as the source to be displayed.

PICTURE SUBMENU

The Picture submenu allows the user to make adjustments to Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness and

Gamma using the Joystick control.

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Brightness

• Varies between 0 and 100 (50 is standard).

• 50 is default value with standard black level.

• Increasing brightness level allows user to see BTB (Blacker-than-Black).

Contrast

• Varies between 0 and 100 (80 is standard).

• 80 is default value with 100% gain of video signal.

Saturation

• Varies between 0 and 100 (50 is standard).

• 50 is default value with nominal color saturation.

• Setting to 0 should display as monochrome.

• Increasing value will increase color saturation.

Sharpness

• Varies between 0 and 100 (0 is standard).

• 0 is default value with no scaling artifact.

Gamma

• Varies between 1.0 and 3.0 with 0.1 steps.

• If White Balance is set to User Mode, changing gamma will have no effect.

COLOR SUBMENU

The Color submenu allows the user to access to the Color management controls.

Color Matrix

Auto

• System automatically selects correct matrix.

• Typically, 601 for SD Formats, 709 for HD Formats.

RGB

• User can manually set to RGB.

• RGB should be used with GBR422 systems.

601

• Conforms to ITU-R BT.601 matrix.

709

• Conforms to ITU-R BT.709 matrix.

Color Temp

Use this setting to choose between color temperature presets:

• D65 (6500K). Conforms to CIE D65 White Point. x = 0.3127, y = 0.3290

• D93 (9300K). Conforms to Japanese D93 White Point. x = 0.2830 y = 0.2980

• USER (Adjustable Color Bias and Gain)

• CAL D65/D93

• CAL D65

• CAL D93

RGB Bias and Gain

Select this submenu to fine-tune the monitor’s color balance (R, G, B). This should only be done by someone experienced with video engineering, as this will alter the overall color shading of the screen. The purpose is to allow color matching to other types of monitors and/or displays.

NOTE

: The Color Temperature preset will automatically switch to CUSTOM when Color Bias or Gain settings are adjusted. It is normal for color bias adjustments to be very subtle.When selecting the RGB Bias and Gain submenus, changes to Gain and Bias will be seen in real time. Once the proper level is achieved, the user must save this setting by pressing the Joystick. If the user leaves the setting menu before saving, the value will return to the original setting.

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SCREEN SUBMENU

Scan

Normal (Zero Scan)

• Whole picture should be visible without any cropping.

• When in normal mode, it should not see non-active

areas such as SAV, EAV.

Over (End-User TV Production Scan)

• 5% of the picture is cropped and zoomed to fill the screen.

• After cropping, it will maintain correct aspect ratio and

center.

Zoom

• When in zoom mode, the center portion of the picture is

magnified to fill the screen by approximately 4x.

Aspect Ratio Settings

Use to switch between Full Screen, 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios.

The OR-434 monitor has a native resolution of 800 x 480 RGB pixels, so incoming images are automatically scaled to fit the screen:

• In Auto mode, images are displayed in their native Aspect Ratio. SD is normally 4:3 / HD normally 16:9.

• In 4:3 mode, images are scaled to fill the maximum 4:3 portion of the screen (640 x 480), with black

bars filling the remainder of the screen, regardless of its original format.

• In 16:9 mode, images are scaled to fill the maximum 16:9 portion of the screen (800 x 480) regardless of

its original format.

AUTO with 16:9 source 4:3 Mode with 16:9 source or native 4:3 in AUTO mode.

16:9 with 4:3 source

Mono / Color

Use the Mono / Color modes for monitor calibration or to analyze individual color components of an image.

• RGB = displays all three colors (Normal display)

• Mono = displays as monochrome.

• Red Channel = displays red channel only.

• Green Channel = displays green channel only

• Blue Channel = displays blue channel only

• R+G = Red + Green

• R+B = Red + Blue

• G+B = Green + Blue

H/V Delay

Use this setting to enable H & V Delay

• In H & V Delay mode, both horizontal sync and vertical sync are delayed, resulting in both horizontal

and vertical blanking periods being shown at the center of the screen.

Shift H

Use of the Joystick to change the value of this setting will shift the picture Horizontally. Negative values will move the picture Right, while Positive values will move the picture Left. [0] is center value.

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USER ASSIGN

REMOTE

On-Screen Menu

(continued)

F-1 THRU F-5

COLOR CHANNEL

SCAN

ASPECT

ZOOM

HV DELAY

MARKER

AUDIO METER

AUDIO PRESET 1

AUDIO PRESET 2

AUDIO PRESET 3

AUDIO PRESET 4

AUDIO PRESET 5

AUDIO PRESET 6

AUDIO PRESET 7

AUDIO PRESET 8

LAYOUT A

LAYOUT B

WAVEFORM MON

VECTORSCOPE

ClipGuide

TIMECODE

RETURN

PIN 1 THRU 8

(Pin 5 is Ground)

INPUT 1

INPUT 2

GAMMA 1.0

GAMMA 1.8

GAMMA 2.0

GAMMA 2.2

GAMMA 2.4

GAMMA 2.6

WHITEBLANCE D65

WHITEBALANCE D93

MONO

SCAN

ASPECT

ZOOM

HV DELAY

RED ONLY

BLUE ONLY

GREEN ONLY

MARKER

AUDIO METER

AUDIO PRESET 1

AUDIO PRESET 2

AUDIO PRESET 3

AUDIO PRESET 4

AUDIO PRESET 5

AUDIO PRESET 6

AUDIO PRESET 7

LAYOUT A

LAYOUT B

WAVEFORM MON

VECTORSCOPE

ClipGuide

TIMECODE LTC

TIMECODE VITC 1

TIMECODE VITC 2

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AUDIO [ON]

WAVEFORM [ON]

VECTORSCOPE

ClipGuide

USER ASSIGN

On-Screen Menu

(continued)

OR-434 MENU STRUCTURE OVERVIEW

RETURN

LEVEL METER

METER BACKGROUND

DISPLAY CHANNELS

ACTIVE CH ONLY

METER COLUMNS

DISP TYPE

FRONT VOLUME

REAR VOLUME

HEADROOM START

HEADROOM END

LEFT CHANNEL

RIGHT CHANNEL

LOAD CH PRESET FROM >

SAVE CH PRESET TO >

CH PRESET

RETURN

LAYOUT

WAVEFORM

SIZE

POSITION

TYPE

Y OVER LIMIT

Y UNDER LIMIT

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

1~16

ACTIVE, ALL

DUAL, QUAD

OVERLAP, OVERLAY

0 to 40

0 to 40

-6 to -60 [-20] is SMPTE Standard

0 to -20 [-6] is Normal setting

CHANNEL1 TO CHANNEL 16

CHANNEL1 TO CHANNEL 17

PRESET 1 to PRESET 8

PRESET 1 to PRESET 9

LOCK / UNLOCK

NORMAL, LAYOUT A, LAYOUT B

ON / OFF

SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE

LEFT TOP, LEFT BOTTOM, RIGHT TO, RIGHT BOTTOM

OVERLAY / OVERLAP

[100.0%] % IRE 0% to 109.1%

[100.0%] % IRE -7.3% to 109.1%

RETURN

LAYOUT

VectorScope

SIZE

POSITION

TYPE

GAIN

RETURN

ClipGuide

NORMAL, LAYOUT A, LAYOUT B

ON / OFF

SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE

LEFT TOP, LEFT BOTTOM, RIGHT TOP, RIGHT BOTTOM

OVERLAY / OVERLAP

X1.00 to X1.91

MODE

DISPLAY TYPE

Y UPPER LIMIT

Y UNDER LIMIT

C UPPER LIMIT

C LOWER LIMIT

RETURN

ON / OFF

LUMA (Y)

LUMA (Y) ON MONO

CHROMA (C)

CHROMA (C) ON MONO

Y & C

Y & C ON MONO

ZEBRA / FILL

[100.0%] % IRE -7.3% to 109.1%

[0.0%] % IRE -7.3% to 109.1%

0~255 [016 = 7.5 IRE, 235 = 100 IRE]

0~255 [016 = 7.5 IRE, 235 = 100 IRE]

F-1 THRU F-5

INPUT 1

INPUT 2

GAMMA 1.0

GAMMA 1.8

GAMMA 2.0

GAMMA 2.2

GAMMA 2.4

GAMMA 2.6

WHITEBALANCE D65

WHITEBALANCE D93

MONO

10

Shift V

Use of the Joystick to change the value of this setting will shift the picture Vertically. Negative values will move the picture Down, while Positive values will move the picture UP.

MARKER CONFIGURATION SUBMENU

Marker

Use this setting to enable or disable all on-screen markers.

This setting affects the Center marker, Aspect markers, and

Safety marker.

Center Marker

Use this setting to display a center marker on the screen.

Aspect Markers

Use these settings to superimpose one of 6 markers on the screen when in 16:9 mode.

• 4:3

• 16:9

• 1.85:1

• 2.35:1

• 4:3 and 1.85:1

• 4:3 and 2.35:1

Safety Marker

Use this setting to adjust the safety marker from 80% to 100% (Off) in 1% steps.

OFF (No Marker) 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio 4:3 Aspect Ratio Marker 90% Safe Area

Marker Mat

Use this setting to change the format of the marker curtains between Clear, Halftone, or Black.

Line Thickness

Use this setting to choose the line thickness of the markers from 1, 2, or 3 pixels thick.

Line Type

Use this setting to select the style of line used for markers between White, Halftone, and Invert.

Example (80% Marker in 4:3 Mode):

Normal Background

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Black Background

AUDIO CONFIGURATION SUBMENU

Level Meter

Selects whether or not to display audio level meters.

Meter Background

Selects whether or not to display meter background.

Display Channels

Selects how many audio meters you want to display.

You may select any number of channels from 1 to 16.

Active Channel Only

Allows a choice of All channels or Active channels only.

Selecting Active will override the Display Channels setting.

Meter Columns

Allows a choice of displaying Level Meters is Dual (2) or Quad (4) columns.

Display Type

Allows a choice between Overlap and Overlay modes. Overlap is opaque and will block part of the video image where the Level Meters appear. Overlay is Halftone (semi-transparent) so video can be seen through the

Level Meters.

Front Volume

Adjusts Headphone volume on the front panel. This value is adjustable from 0 to 40. Setting to 0 will Mute the output.

Rear Volume

Adjusts the Line Output jack on the rear panel. This value is adjustable from 0 to 40. Setting to 0 will Mute the output.

Headroom Start

Adjusts the point at which the level meters will change color from Green to Yellow. This is normally the level used for alignment. For digital audio in the US, the SMPTE standard is -20dBFS = 0VU = +4dBu.

The European EBU standard is -18dBFS = 0VU. Other Alignment standards can be set using this menu.

Headroom End

Adjusts the point at which the level meters will change color from Yellow to Red. There is no official standard to where this point should occur. This is an arbitrary setting to give visual warning that the program level is peaking near the 0dBFS point at which there are no more bits and clipping will occur.

Left Channel / Right Channel

These menus are used to designate which one of the available 16 audio channels will be assigned to either the

Left, Right, or both outputs for listening. For example, the user can choose to send CH 1 to the left output and

CH 2 to the Right output, or the user can assign CH 1 to both Left and Right for a mono feed.

Load CH Preset From >

Use this menu to recall one of the 8 possible memory locations where the user previously stored channel output assignments. Use of this Load command will override the current channel output assignments.

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INFO [1080i / 60]

INPUT [SDI]

PICTURE

COLOR [D65 / 709]

SCREEN [16 : 9]

MARKER

On-Screen Menu

OR-434 MENU STRUCTURE OVERVIEW

MODEL NAME

OPTION CARD

OPTION S/N

INPUT

INPUT FORMAT

COLOR MATRIX

COLOR TEMP

VERSION

OR-434

N/A

SDI

1080i / 60

709

D65

0.0.0.0

RETURN

INPUT SELECT

Analog Calibrate

RETURN

BRIGHT

CONTRAST

SATURATION

SHARPNESS

GAMMA

[SDI] / OPTION

>

0~100 [50] is Calibrated setting

0~100 [50] is Calibrated setting

0~100 [50] is Calibrated setting

0~100 [0] is Calibrated setting

1.0/1.8/2.0/2.2/2.4/2.6 [2.2] is Calibrated Setting

RETURN

COLOR MATRIX

COLOR TEMP

RED BIAS

GREEN BIAS

BLUE BIAS

RED GAIN

GREEN GAIN

BLUE GAIN

RETURN

SCAN

ASPECT

AUTO, RGB, BT. 601, BT. 709

CIE D65, JP D93, USER, CAL D65/D93, CAL D65, CAL D93

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting

0.000 to 1.992 [x1.00] is Calibrated setting

0.000 to 1.992 [x1.00] is Calibrated setting

0.000 to 1.992 [x1.00] is Calibrated setting

MONO COLOR SEL

H/V DELAY

SHIFT H

SHIFT V

RETURN

MARKER

CENTER

NORMAL, OVERSCAN, ZOOM

AUTO, 4:3, 16:9

RGB

MONO

RED

GREEN

BLUE

R+G

R+B

G+B

ON / OFF

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting (- = Right)

-128 to 127 [0] is Calibrated Setting (- = Down)

ASPECT RATIO

SAFETY ZONE

MARKER MAT

LINE THICKNESS

LINE LEVEL

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

OFF

4:03

16 : 9

1.85 : 1

2.35 : 1

4 : 3 & 2.85 : 1

4 : 3 & 2.35 : 1

80% to 100% (OFF) [95%] is normal setting

CLEAR, HALFTONE, BLACK

1, 2, 3

GRAY, HALFTONE, WHITE, INVERT

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OR-434 Compatible Formats

Format

480 / 60i

576 / 50i

480 / 60p

576 / 50p

720 / 60p

720 / 50p

720 / 30p

720 / 25

720 / 24p

1080 / 60p

1080 / 50p

1080 / 60i (30PsF)

1080 / 50i (25PsF)

1080 / 48i (24Psf)

1080 / 30p

1080 / 25p

1080 / 24p

VGA

SVGA

XGA

SXGA

UXGA

WUXGA

HD/SD-SDI

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ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

Optional DVI

Module

Optional Component

Module

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

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Save CH Preset To >

Use this menu to select which one of 8 memory locations where the user wants to store the current channel output assignments.

CH Preset

Use this menu to Lock or Unlock the ability to save to the Ch Preset memory locations. This helps to prevent accidental overwriting of stored presets. When Locked, Ch Presets may still be recalled.

WAVEFORM SUBMENU

Layout

Use this menu to choose from several available preset screen layouts. There are two layouts. Choosing any of the preset layouts will override the settings in the Waveform,

Size and Position menus.

Waveform

Use this menu to turn the Waveform display On or Off when in the Normal mode.

Size

Use this menu to choose the size of the Waveform display in Normal mode. Choices are Small, Medium, and

Large.

Position

Use this menu to select the position you want the Waveform display to occupy on the screen when in the

Normal mode. Choices are Left Top, Left Bottom, Right Top, and Right Bottom.

Display Type

Use this menu to choose how to display the waveform. The choices are Overlay or Overlap. In the Overlay mode, the waveform will be semi-transparent and the user will be able to see the source video through the waveform. In the Overlap mode, the waveform will be Opaque and will block the source video.

Y Over Limit

Use this menu to set where you want the waveform to display Red when the video source exceeds the limit set.

This value is adjustable from -7.3% to 109.1% IRE. This setting is shared with the ClipGuide Menu.

Y Under Limit

Use this menu to set where you want the waveform to display Red when the video source below the limit set.

This value is adjustable from -7.3% to 109.1% IRE. This setting is shared with the ClipGuide Menu.

Limits

• Internally, Y values ranges from 0 to 255

• -7.3 IRE is equal to 0 in digital

• 0 IRE is equal to 16 in digital

• 100 IRE is equal to 235 in digital

• 109.1 IRE is equal to 255 in digital

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VECTORSCOPE SUBMENU

Layout

Use this menu to choose from several available preset screen layouts. There are two layouts. Choosing any of the preset layouts will override the settings in the

Vectorscope, Size, and Position menus.

Vectorscope

Use this menu to turn the Vectorscope display On or Off when in the Normal mode.

Size

Use this menu to choose the size of the Vectorscope display in Normal mode. Choices are Small, Medium, and Large.

Position

Use this menu to select the position you want the Vectorscope display to occupy on the screen when in the

Normal mode. Choices are Left Top, Left Bottom, Right Top, and Right Bottom.

Display Type

Use this menu to choose how to display the Vectorscope. The choices are Overlay or Overlap. In the Overlay mode, the Vectorscope will be semi-transparent and the user will be able to see the source video through the

Vectorscope. In the Overlap mode, the Vectorscope will be Opaque and will block the source video.

Gain

Use this menu to change the gain of the Vectorscope display. Normally, the Vectorscope displays x1.00. In order to allow a magnified view, the gain is adjustable from x1.00 to x4.98 in .01 steps. Changing this value has no effect on the source material.

ClipGuide SUBMENU

ClipGuide

Use this menu to turn the ClipGuide function On or Off.

Mode

Allows the choice of which ClipGuide function you want to display. There are 6 modes to choose from:

• Luma (Y) displayed over Color video

• Luma (Y) displayed over Mono video

• Chroma (C) displayed over Color video

• Chroma (C) displayed over Mono video

• Luma (Y) and Chroma (C) displayed over Color Video

• Luma (Y) and Chroma (C) displayed over Mono Video

Display Type

ClipGuide will display over and under values in two ways when monitoring the video signal. In the Zebra mode, over and under conditions are indicated in a Zebra (diagonal stripe) pattern. In the Fill mode, over and under conditions are indicated by a solid fill. In either Zebra or Fill mode, Red is the indication for Luma and

Yellow is the indication for Chroma.

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Rear Panel Features

1 5 4

6

Parallel Remote RJ-45

Pin Assignments

Pin 1

GPI 1

Pin 2

GPI 2

Pin 3

GPI 3

Pin 4

GPI 4

Pin 5

GND

Pin 6

GPI 5

Pin 7

GPI 6

Pin 8

GPI 7

3 2

1

2

3

4

5

6

GPI Input

RJ-45 connector for 7 user-assignable GPI inputs. Assignable using the on-screen menu.

Service Port

Proprietary connection used for firmware upgrades and LCD color balance calibration.

Power Input

Connect 12VDC to the 4-Pin XLR power input connector. Power can be supplied from the included power supply or from a variety of DC sources supplying at least 1 Amp at 12 Volts.

IMPORTANT: If using a power source other than the included power supply, be sure that the polarity of the DC input is correct:

Pin 1: GND

Pin 2: N/C

Pin 3: N/C

Pin 4: +12VDC

Option Slot

Used to connect an optional input card such as the OR-DVI (DVI input) or OR-YPR (Component input).

Audio Output

3.5mm stereo line level output for monitoring embedded audio channels. The desired audio channels are selected in the Audio onscreen menu. The output level is also controlled through the Audio onscreen menu.

Video input and output connectors

The video input auto detects HD and SD-SDI video signals.

The output connector is an active re-clocked video signal from the HD/SDI input.

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Front Panel Features

2

1

5 3 4

2

3

1

4

5

Power Button with Indicator

Press power switch to turn on the power. The unit and indicator lights will turn on.

Press again to turn off the power.

Tri-Color Tally Light

30mm Tri-Color tally lamp controlled via the Remote connector on the rear of the unit.

User-Definable Function Keys

Five user-definable function buttons can be used for direct access to various settings.

Functions are assigned using the on-screen menu.

Joystick Control

Press the Joystick IN to access the on-screen Menu. Gently move the Joystick Up- é ,

Down- ê ,

Left- ç , or Right- è to navigate the on-screen menu, and to change values. Press the Joystick

IN

to save any changes or selections. Exit the on-screen menu by moving the Joystick to the Left one or more times.

When not in the Menu mode, the Joystick is used to control the following settings directly:

• Brightness

• Contrast

• Saturation

• Sharpness

• Volume

Move the Joystick in the é

or

ê direction to choose the setting you want to adjust, then move the Joystick

ç , or è to change the value. Release the Joystick after making the necessary adjustment. The display will return to normal within 5 seconds.

Headphone Jack

3.5mm stereo headphone jack. Left and Right source are selected from the on-screen menu.

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Y Limits

(These values are shared with WFM settings)

Set luminance upper and lower limits to be monitored.

• Limits are displayed in IRE unit

• Varies between -7.3 IRE and 109.1 IRE

• This value will be shown in WFM window as red line

• Any data exceeding these values will be displayed as red on the picture

• These values are shared with WFM settings

• Internally, Y values ranges from 0 to 255

• -7.3 IRE equals to 0 in digital

• 0 IRE equals to 16 in digital

• 100 IRE equals to 235 in digital

• 109.1 IRE equals to 255 in digital

C Limits

Sets the chrominance levels to be monitored.

• Displayed in 8-bit digital video representation.

• Any data exceeding these values will be displayed as Yellow in the picture

• The factory preset for C limits are 16 and 240 according to ITU-R BT.709

• Typically these values should not be exceeded during normal video production

USER ASSIGN SUBMENU

F-1 thru F-5

There are five Function Keys on the front panel of the

OR-434. Each of these F-keys key may be assigned any one of 31 different functions as required by the job or individual user. These functions are listed in the Menu

Overview section of this manual.

One-way functions

• Pressing pre-defined key will activate the feature

• When it is enabled, the indicator of the key will

be lit up.

• Pressing again will have no effect.

FOR EXAMPLE: Selecting Input, Selecting

Audio Preset, Selecting White Balance

Two-ways functions

• Pressing pre-defined key will active the feature

• When it is enabled, the indicator of the key will turn on

• Pressing again will deactivate the feature.

FOR EXAMPLE: Scan, WFM, ALM, Layout, HV Delay

Sequential functions

• Pressing pre-defined key will rotate features in sequence.

FOR EXAMPLE: Timecode, Color Channel

• TimeCode will change its state for OFF->LTC->VITC1->VITC2->OFF

• Color Channel will change its state for RGB->R Only->G Only … -> RGB

To assign a function while in the User Assign submenu, use the Joystick to highlight the desired F-key. Press the Joystick è and the é or ê to choose the function. When the appropriate function is highlighted, press the

Joystick in to save the selection.

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REMOTE SUBMENU

Pin 1 through Pin 8

The RJ-45 Remote connector on the rear panel has 8 pins. Pin 5 is Ground, while the remaining 7 pins are pulled high to 3.3VDC and may be used for Tally or other Remote Commands. A list of available

Commands and Tally configurations can be found in the Menu Overview section of this manual. The command or Tally is activated by connecting the corresponding Pin (1-4 and 6-8) to Pin 5 (Ground).

Event Trigger

• Two types of events are allowed.

• The falling event is when you pull down to ground, and the rising event is when you remove the

ground and the pin returns to normal high state.

• Falling events occurs only once and on the event of power up sequence.

• This means a falling event will occur only once regardless of whether its pin is repeatedly grounded

such as when selecting an input source.

• The rising event can only occur once a pin has been pulled down to ground to activate the command

such as turning on a tally releasing ground (open circuit) to turn off.

• Priority

• Lower pin number has higher priorities over higher pin numbers during power up sequence.

Tally System

Tally System can be used with non-separated mode and separated mode.

Non-separated mode

• Supports R/G/B tallies.

• Can mix any channels. FOR EXAMPLE: Mix Red and Green for Amber.

• Cannot mix R/G/B for White (It will be pink due to white balance).

• Cannot be assigned with separated tallies.

Left/Right Separated Mode

• Supports R/G/B tallies on each Left and Right.

• Can mix any channels for each Left and Right.

• Cannot mix R/G/B for White (It will be pink due to white balance).

• Cannot be assigned with non-separated tallies.

SETUP SUBMENU

Format Display

Auto

This mode will display the video format information for about 8 seconds whenever video format is changed.

Off

- This mode will not display any video format information.

On

- This mode will always display current video format information.

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Installation and Initial Setup

Unpacking

Carefully unpack the OR-434 monitor and verify that the following items are included:

• OR-434 Monitor

• 12V 4.6A XLR Power Supply with 4-Pin Female XLR Connector

• Operating Instructions

Inspect the unit for any physical damage that may have occurred during shipping. Should there be any damage, immediately call Marshall Electronics Customer Service at (800) 800-6608. If you are not located within the continental United States, call +1 (310) 333-0606.

Mounting

The OR-434 monitor features a standard 19” rack mount configuration with tilt capability.

First secure the upper screws and then the lower ones (as illustrated below).

Connections and Power-On

Plug the power supply into an AC power source (100-240 V @ 50/60 Hz). Attach the 4-pin female XLR connector to the back of the monitor. The monitor will draw no more than 4.0 Amps at 12 Volts in operation

(48 Watts).

Connect the required cables for video signal input and output (Power must be applied to the OR-434 for the active loop-through outputs to be activated). All BNC connectors are rated at 75Ω.

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Precision Audio Level Meters

De-embeds and displays up to 16 channels of audio using sixteen

64-segment tri-color Audio Meters with user-adjustable reference levels.

The Audio Level Meters provide numerical indicators and headroom levels, as well as peak hold function. Audio Channel Loss Warning prevents errors during monitoring.

Precision White Balance with Color Temperature Adjustment

White balance adjustment is essential in order to render colors correctly.

To display colors correctly, gray scale should maintain identical color temperature. The white balance for ORCHID monitors defaults to D65

(6500K) so the user does not need to adjust white balance.

LCD monitors have color-matching issues because white balance can be affected by a change in luminance level. Our unique color management system solves this problem.

The ORCHID operating system includes an Automatic White Balance function that allows a “One Button” calibration procedure when used with a

Minolta CA-210 color probe. All Orchid Series LCD panels are calibrated at the factory to ensure color conformity between screens.

Select color temperature and gamma mode

Color temperature presets may be selected between D65 or D93 as well as user-defined settings.

Gamma settings are adjustable from 1.0 to 3.0 in 0.1 steps. The standard setting is 2.2.

Flexible Screen Markers

A variety of screen markers in 4:3, 16:9, and full screen modes allow accurate monitoring of the different aspect ratios used in broadcast environments.

User-Definable Function Buttons

Five user-definable function buttons on the front panel allow quick access to numerous settings and features including Input 1, Option Input, Waveform, Vectorscope, Audio Bars, aspect ratio, screen markers, monochrome mode, H/V delay mode, and more.

AUDIO Jack

There are two 3.5mm AUDIO jacks (one on the front panel for headphones and one on rear panel to feed an external amplifier). It is possible to utilize both the front panel headphone connect and rear panel speaker connector simultaneously with individual volume controls. The Marshall AR-AM series is the perfect companion for monitoring audio.

TimeCode

Selects among to following options: OFF / LTC / VITC1 / VITC2. In the most cases, the value of LTC and

VITC1 will be identical to each other.

Power Save

• When enabled, the monitor will go to sleep after a predefined time has passed when loss of picture occurs.

• When a valid video format is detected, the monitor will wake up from the sleep state.

• Pressing any front panel keys will wake up the monitor.

• In the sleep state, all lights (including the backlight and front key indicators) are turned off.

• Any change in parallel remote status will wake up the monitor.

• Tally status is not affected by sleep mode.

Key Lock

When it is locked, user cannot use front panel keys except for accessing the menu.

Reset to MFG Default

• This will Restore all configuration values and functions to the factory preset state.

• This will not change Model Name, Serial Number, or White Balance Data.

• Requires Confirm action by selecting Confirm again.

(Select Reset -> Press Enter -> Select Confirm -> Press Enter)

• Resetting default will not effect backed up data.

■ Backup User Configuration

• This command backs up all user information to secondary EEPROM (User settings)

• Requires Confirm action by selecting Confirm again.

(Select Backup -> Press Enter -> Select Confirm -> Press Enter)

■ Restore User Configuration

This will Restore all information previously stored to the secondary EEPROM (User settings) and overwrites all

Current settings. Requires Confirm action by selecting Confirm again. (Select Restore -> Press Enter -> Select

Confirm -> Press Enter). After restoration, the system exits the OSD menu.

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Specifications

PANEL

Screen Size

4.3” Diagonal

Display Area (h x v)

93.0 x 55.8 mm

Aspect Ratio

Pixels

16:10 (16:9 / 4:3 Selectable)

800 x 480

Color Depth

8-bit (16.7M Colors)

Viewing Angle (h x v)

-65 ° ~+65° x -65° ~+45° (CR >10)

Brightness

Contrast Ratio

Pixel Pitch (h x v)

200 cd/m2

400:1

0.116 x 0.116 mm

VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT

HD/SD-SDI Video Input / Output

CONNECTORS

Video Input

- 1 x BNC Female (75 Ω)

Video Output (Active Loop-Through)

- 1 x BNC Female (75 Ω)

Parallel Remote

- RJ-45

Optional Input Slot

Audio Output Jacks

- 3.5mm Stereo x 2. One Front and One Rear.

Service Terminal

Power Input

- 4-Pin Male XLR

Pin 1: GND

Pin 2: N/C

Pin 3: N/C

Pin 4: +12VDC

ELECTRICAL

Power Consumption

- 4 Amp (Max) @ 12VDC (48 W Max)

Voltage Requirement

- 12VDC (10VDC-18VDC)

MECHANICAL

Dimensions (w x h x d)

480.8mm x 88.1mm x 89.9mm

18.9” x 3.46” x 3.54”

Weight (Monitor Only)

5.29 lbs including power adapter

Operating Temperature

32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)

Storage Temperature

RoHs

-4° F to104° F (-20° C to 40° C)

Do not dispose. Return to

Manufacturer or Authorized

Recycle Facility.

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Product Overview

The Orchid

OR-434

is a Quad 4.3” fully featured rack mount monitor system. The OR-434 offers built-in

Waveform Monitor, Vectorscope, Audio Bars, audio output, and several diagnostic tools. This monitor is ideal for use in control rooms, media duplication facilities, and remote vans. The OR-434 provides a complete Audio

/Video monitoring solution for 4 HD/SD-SDI feeds when combined with a Marshall audio monitor (AR-

AM series). Each 4.3” screen is equipped with a single HD/SD-SDI input with loop-through, along with an optional input slot which can be used for additional Component, DVI-I, or other input formats. Diagnostic tools include our exclusive ClipGuide feature, 16 Tri-Color Audio Bar Graph meters with peak hold and numeric display of headroom and peak levels, and real-time analysis of color space conversion gamut errors. Other standard features include factory calibrated screens, easy-to-navigate onscreen menus with “joystick” control, 5 assignable function keys, adjustable color temperature, aspect ratio settings, a variety of screen markers, underscan mode, blue-only mode, monochrome mode, H/V delay, and 7 assignable GPI inputs.

Features

High Resolution 4.3” Widescreen Panel

The OR-434 features an all-digital TFT-MegaPixel active matrix LCD system. The LCD panel features a nominal brightness of 200 cd/m 2 lighting conditions.

and a contrast ratio of 400:1 making each display ideal in a variety of environments and

Waveform monitor function

The built-in waveform monitor (which includes adjustable White and Black clip level indicators) can be displayed in various aspect ratios, positions, and transparency options. The Waveform Monitor not only monitors luminance, but can also warn the user for out-of-range conditions such as overexposure or “blacker-than-black” errors with fully user-adjustable warning limits.

Real-time Color Vectorscope

The built-in Vectorscope allows users to monitor color gamut range in real time. It displays in full color and can also be displayed in various sizes, positions, and transparency options. The Vectorscope has adjustable gain from 1x to 5x.

ClipGuide

The ClipGuide function operates with both the Waveform display and

Monochrome/Color picture display. Both the upper and lower ClipGuide levels are user-adjustable in order to accurately display over-and-under exposures during different shooting conditions. For example, the upper

ClipGuide limit may be set to 85 IRE and the lower limit to 10 IRE. With these settings, any exposures over the set limit of 85 IRE will display red on both the Waveform and picture (if selected). The same will be true for blacks under 10 IRE.

Chroma monitor function

Included in the ClipGuide menu are settings for monitoring color gamut errors, which can occur in color space conversion. Any data exceeding these values will be displayed as Yellow in the picture. The factory preset for C limits are 16 and 240 according to ITU-R BT.709. Typically, these values should not be exceeded during normal video production.

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Contents

Product Overview

............................................................................................................................................................................. 3

Features

.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

Installation and Initial Setup

......................................................................................................................................................... 5

Unpacking

.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

Mounting

............................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

Connections and Power-On

.............................................................................................................................................................. 5

Front Panel Features

........................................................................................................................................................................ 6

Power Button

..................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

Input Select Buttons

.......................................................................................................................................................................... 6

User-Definable Function Buttons .................................................................................................................................................... 6

Image Adjustment Knobs ................................................................................................................................................................. 6

Rear Panel Features

.........................................................................................................................................................................

7

Power Input

.......................................................................................................................................................................................

7

Compatible Input Formats ............................................................................................................................................................. 8

On-Screen Menu

...............................................................................................................................................................................

9

MAIN MENU AND NAVIGATION

................................................................................................................................................ 12

INFO SUBMENU

.............................................................................................................................................................................. 12

INPUT SUBMENU

........................................................................................................................................................................... 12

PICTURE SUBMENU

...................................................................................................................................................................... 13

COLOR SUBMENU

......................................................................................................................................................................... 13

Color Temperature Presets

.............................................................................................................................................................. 13

RGB Bias and Gain

.......................................................................................................................................................................... 13

SCREEN SUBMENU

....................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Scan

.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 14

Aspect Ratio Setting

......................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Mono / Color

.................................................................................................................................................................................... 14

H/V Delay

......................................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Shift H

.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 14

Shift V

............................................................................................................................................................................................... 15

MARKER CONFIGURATION SUBMENU

.................................................................................................................................. 15

Markers

............................................................................................................................................................................................ 15

Center Marker

.................................................................................................................................................................................. 15

Aspect Markers

................................................................................................................................................................................ 15

Safety Marker

................................................................................................................................................................................... 15

Marker Mat

...................................................................................................................................................................................... 15

Line Thickness

.................................................................................................................................................................................. 15

Line Type

.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 15

AUDIO CONFIGURATION SUBMENU

....................................................................................................................................... 16

Meter Background

............................................................................................................................................................................ 16

Display Channels

............................................................................................................................................................................. 16

Active Channel Only

........................................................................................................................................................................ 16

Meter Columns

................................................................................................................................................................................. 16

Display Type

..................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

Front Volume

.................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

Rear Volume

..................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

Headroom Start

................................................................................................................................................................................ 16

Headroom End

................................................................................................................................................................................. 16

Channel Assignment

......................................................................................................................................................................... 16

Load CH Preset

................................................................................................................................................................................ 16

Save CH Preset

................................................................................................................................................................................

17

CH Preset

.........................................................................................................................................................................................

17

WAVEFORM SUBMENU

................................................................................................................................................................

17

VECTORSCOPE SUBMENU

......................................................................................................................................................... 18

ClipGuide SUBMENU

...................................................................................................................................................................... 18

USER ASSIGN SUBMENU

.............................................................................................................................................................

19

REMOTE SUBMENU

...................................................................................................................................................................... 20

SETUP SUBMENU

........................................................................................................................................................................... 20

Specifications ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 22

Maintenance / Color Calibration Procedure .............................................................................................................................. 23

Warranty Information

..................................................................................................................................................................... 24

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Maintenance / Color Calibration Procedure

Screen Cleaning

Periodically clean the screen surface using ammonia-free cleaning wipes (Marshall Part No. V-HWP-K).

A clean micro-fiber cloth can also be used using only non-abrasive and ammonia-free cleaning agents.

Do not use paper towels. Paper towel fibers are coarse and may scratch the surface of the polycarbonate faceplate or leave streaks on the surface. Antistatic and fingerprint resistant cleaning agents are recommended.

Do not apply excessive pressure to the screen to avoid damaging the LCD.

Faceplate Dusting

Dust the unit with a soft, damp cloth or chamois. Dry or abrasive cloths may cause electrostatic charge on the surface, attracting dust particles. Neutralize static electricity effects by using the recommended cleaning and polishing practice.

■ Color Calibration Procedure

• Allow both the unit you want to calibrate and the Minolta® CA-210 to warm up for a minimum of 20 minutes.

• Attach the CA-210 color probe to the update dongle.

• With the unit still turned on, insert the update dongle into the service port at the rear of the screen you wish to calibrate.

• Use the menu navigation joystick or menu buttons of the appropriate screen and go to:

Color Menu

Color Temp

• Cal D65/D93 to calibrate both

• Cal D65 to calibrate only D65

• Cal D93 to calibrate only D93

Press enter once to select and again to confirm

• Follow the on-screen instructions

Notes:

1. If there is no color probe attached or you make a mistake and try to calibrate the incorrect screen, you will get an error message and the screen will default to previous settings.

2. If the calibration process is interrupted while in progress, the current screen settings will be corrupted and the calibration process will have to be repeated.

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Warranty

Marshall Electronics warranties to the first consumer that this

OR-434 LCD

monitor will (under normal use) be free from defects in workmanship and materials, when received in its original container, for a period of one year from the purchase date. This warranty is extended to the first consumer only, and proof of purchase is necessary to honor the warranty. If there is no proof of purchase provided with a warranty claim, Marshall Electronics reserves the right not to honor the warranty set forth above. Therefore, labor and parts may be charged to the consumer. This warranty does not apply to the product exterior or cosmetics. Misuse, abnormal handling, alterations or modifications in design or construction void this warranty. It is considered normal for a minimal amount of pixels, not to exceed three, to fail on the periphery of the display active viewing area. Marshall

Electronics reserves the option to refuse service for display pixel failure if deemed unobtrusive to effective use of the monitor by our technicians. No sales personnel of the seller or any other person is authorized to make any warranties other than those described above, or to extend the duration of any warranties on behalf of Marshall

Electronics, beyond the time period described above. Due to constant effort to improve products and product features, specifications may change without notice.

Marshall Electronics

OR-434

Quad 4.3” Fully Featured Rack Mount Monitor System

Marshall Electronics, Inc.

1910 East Maple Avenue

El Segundo, CA 90245

Tel.: (800) 800-6608 / (310) 333-0606

Fax: (310)333-0688 www.LCDracks.com / [email protected]

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