AG Neovo RX-W42 Specifications

AG Neovo RX-W42 Specifications
RX-W32 & RX-W42 LCD Display
Table of Contents
Preface
FCC Declaimers.............................................................................................................................................4
WEEE.............................................................................................................................................................5
Hg...................................................................................................................................................................5
Precautions
Notice.............................................................................................................................................................6
Cautions When Setting Up.............................................................................................................................6
Cautions When Using.....................................................................................................................................7
Cleaning and Maintenance.............................................................................................................................7
Notice for the LCD Display.............................................................................................................................8
Chapter 1: Product Description
1.1 Package Contents....................................................................................................................................9
1.2 Wall Mounting Installation Preparation.....................................................................................................10
1.2.2
Removing the Base Stand............................................................................................................10
1.2.1
Wall Mounting................................................................................................................................10
1.2.3
Removing the Handles..................................................................................................................10
1.3 LCD Display Overview.............................................................................................................................11
1.3.1
Front View and Keypad Buttons....................................................................................................11
1.3.2
Rear View......................................................................................................................................12
1.4 Remote Control........................................................................................................................................13
1.4.1
Remote Control Buttons................................................................................................................13
1.4.2
Installing the Remote Control Batteries.........................................................................................14
1.4.2
Remote Control Signal..................................................................................................................14
Chapter 2: Making Connections
2.1 Connecting the AC Power........................................................................................................................15
2.2 Connecting Input Source Signals.............................................................................................................16
2.2.1
Connecting a Computer................................................................................................................16
Using VGA Cables...............................................................................................................................16
Using DVI Cables.................................................................................................................................16
Connecting an Audio Device................................................................................................................17
2.2.2
Connecting a Camera or Video Device.........................................................................................18
Using CVBS Cables.............................................................................................................................18
Using YPbPr Cables............................................................................................................................18
Using S-Video Cables..........................................................................................................................19
2.3 Connecting a Stereo Amplifier.............................................................................................................19
2.4 Connecting Multiple LCD Displays......................................................................................................20
Chapter 3: Using the LCD Display
3.1 Turning on the Power...............................................................................................................................21
2
3.1.1
Using the Keypad..........................................................................................................................21
3.1.2
Using the Remote Control.............................................................................................................21
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3.2 Selecting the Input Source Signal............................................................................................................22
3.2.1
Using the Keypad..........................................................................................................................22
3.2.2
Using the Remote Control.............................................................................................................22
3.3 Adjusting the Volume................................................................................................................................23
3.4
3.3.1
Using the Keypad..........................................................................................................................23
3.1.2
Using the Remote Control.............................................................................................................23
Muting the Volume.................................................................................................................................23
3.5 Locking the OSD Menu............................................................................................................................24
3.6 Using Picture-in-Picture (PIP)..................................................................................................................25
3.6.1
PIP Options...................................................................................................................................25
3.6.2
PIP Swap.......................................................................................................................................25
Chapter 4: On Screen Display Menu
4.1 Using the OSD Menu...............................................................................................................................26
4.2 OSD Menu Tree.......................................................................................................................................28
Chapter 5: Adjusting the LCD Display
5.1 Brightness Setting....................................................................................................................................30
5.2 Colour Setting...........................................................................................................................................31
5.2.1
Colour Temperature.......................................................................................................................31
5.3 Image Setting (VGA only).........................................................................................................................33
5.4 Image Setting (Video signals)..................................................................................................................34
5.5 Aspect Ratio.............................................................................................................................................36
5.6 PIP Setting...............................................................................................................................................37
5.7 Anti-Burn-In..............................................................................................................................................39
5.8 OSD Setting.............................................................................................................................................40
5.9 Audio Setting............................................................................................................................................41
5.10 Other Setting..........................................................................................................................................42
5.11 Input Select.............................................................................................................................................44
Chapter 6: Appendix
6.1 Warning Messages...................................................................................................................................45
6.2 Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................................46
6.3 Transporting the LCD Display..................................................................................................................47
Chapter 7: Specifications
7.1 Display Specifications..............................................................................................................................48
7.2 Display Dimensions..................................................................................................................................49
7.2.1
RX-W32 Dimensions.....................................................................................................................49
7.2.2
RX-W42 Dimensions.....................................................................................................................49
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Safety Information
This FCC Class-B compliant digital
device complies with the InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations of
Canada.
FCC Declaimers
This device complies with Section 15 of the FCC listing. The
operation procedures must meet the following conditions:
(1) the device must not cause any damaging interference;
and (2) this device must accept any received interference,
including any unpredictable interference that may possibly
occur.
Dear users,
This device has passed the Class B digital service
regulations and complies with Section 15 of the FCC listing;
these are intended to provide reasonable warranty against
damaging interference for home use. This device will
produce, use, and emit radio frequency energy; therefore
installation or use without following the instructions given
may cause damaging interference to radio communication.
Nonetheless, it is not possible to state with certainty that
interference will occur from specific installations. If this
device has caused damaging interference to radio or TV
signals (simply turn the device on and off to check if such
interference is caused by the device), we recommend that
you fix the interference using the following methods:
• Readjust the direction or location of the antenna.
• Increase the distance between this device and the
receiver.
• Consult your local dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician.
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Safety Information
Warning:
Making changes or modifications
to the device without the
permission from an authorized
dealer may void the warranty of
this device.
WEEE
Information for users applicable in European Union countries.
The symbol on the product or its packaging signifies that this product has to be
disposed separately from ordinary household wastes at its end of life. Please
kindly be aware that this is your responsibility to dispose electronic equipment
at recycling centers so as to help conserve natural resources. Each country
in the European Union should have its collection centers for electrical and
electronic equipment recycling. For information about your recycling drop off
area, please contact your local related electrical and electronic equipment
waste management authority or the retailer where you bought the product.
Hg
Lamp Disposal
LAMP(S) inside this product contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed
of according to local, state, or federal laws. For more information, contact
the electronic industries alliance at www.eiae.org for lamp specific disposal
information check www.lamprecycle.org.
Vermont Hg directive
Title 10: Conservation and Development
Chapter 164: COMPREHENSIVE MERCURY MANAGEMENT
§ 7106. Labeling of mercury-aided products
Contains Mercury, Dispose of Properly
Safety Information
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Precautions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Symbols used in this manual
This icon indicates the existence of a potential hazard that could result in
personal injury or damage to the product.
This icon indicates important operating and servicing information.
Notice
• Read this User Manual carefully before using the LCD display and keep it for future
reference.
• The product specifications and other information provided in this User Manual are for
reference only. All information is subject to change without notice. Updated content can be
downloaded from our web site at http://www.agneovo.com.
• To register online, go to http://www.agneovo.com.
• To protect your rights as a consumer, do not remove any stickers from the LCD display.
Doing so may affect the determination of the warranty period.
Cautions When Setting Up
Do not place the LCD display near heat sources, such as a heater, exhaust vent, or
in direct sunlight.
Do not cover or block the ventilation holes in the housing.
Place the LCD display on a stable area. Do not place the LCD display where it may
subject to vibration or shock.
Place the LCD display in a well-ventilated area.
Do not place the LCD display outdoors.
Do not place the LCD display in a dusty or humid environment.
Do not spill liquid or insert sharp objects into the LCD display through the ventilation
holes. Doing so may cause accidental fire, electric shock or damage the LCD
display.
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Precautions
Cautions When Using
Use only the power cord supplied with the LCD
display.
The power outlet should be installed near the
LCD display and be easily accessible.
If an extension cord is used with the
LCD display, ensure that the total current
consumption plugged into the power outlet
does not exceed the ampere rating.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power
cord. Do not place the LCD display where the
power cord may be stepped on.
If the LCD display will not be used for an
indefinite period of time, unplug the power cord
from the power outlet.
To disconnect the power cord, grasp and pull
by the plug head. Do not tug on the cord; doing
so may cause fire or electric shock.
Do not unplug or touch the power cord with wet
hands.
Cleaning and Maintenance
The LCD display comes with NeoVTM Optical
Glass. Use a soft cloth lightly moistened with
a mild detergent solution to clean the glass
surface and the housing.
Warning:
Unplug the power cord
from the power outlet and
refer to qualified service
personnel under the following
conditions:
♦♦ When the power cord is
damaged.
♦♦ If the LCD display has been
dropped or the housing has
been damaged.
♦♦ If the LCD display emits
smoke or a distinct odor.
Do not rub or tap the surface of the glass
with sharp or abrasive items such as a pen or
screwdriver. This may result in scratching the
surface of the glass.
Do not attempt to service the LCD display
yourself, refer to qualified service personnel.
Opening or removing the covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other risks.
Precautions
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Notice for the LCD Display
In order to maintain the stable luminous performance, it is recommended to use low brightness
setting.
Due to the lifespan of the lamp, it is normal that the brightness quality of the LCD display may
decrease with time.
When static images are displayed for long periods of time, the image may cause an imprint on
the LCD display. This is called image retention or burn-in.
To prevent image retention, do any of the following:
• Set the LCD display to turn off after a few minutes of being idle.
• Use a screen saver that has moving graphics or a blank white image.
• Execute the Anti-Burn-In function of the LCD display. See “Settings, Anit-Burn-In” section.
• Switch desktop backgrounds regularly.
• Adjust the LCD display to low brightness settings.
• Turn off the LCD display when the system is not in use.
Things to do when the LCD display shows image retention:
• Turn off the LCD display for extended periods of time. It can be several hours or several
days.
• Use a screen saver and run it for extended periods of time.
• Use a black and white image and run it for extended periods of time.
When the LCD display is moved from one room to another or there is a sudden change from low
to high ambient temperature, dew condensation may form on or inside the glass surface. When
this happens, do not turn on the LCD display until the dew disappears.
Due to humid weather conditions, it is normal for mist to form inside the glass surface of the
LCD display. The mist will disappear after a few days or as soon as the weather stabilizes.
There are millions of micro transistors inside the LCD display. It is normal for a few transistors to
be damaged and to produce spots. This is acceptable and is not considered a failure.
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Precautions
1. Product Description
1.1 Package Contents
When unpacking, check if the following items are included
in the package. If any of them is missing or damaged,
contact your dealer.
LCD display
Remote control
Power cord
DVI-D cable
VGA cable
Audio cable
User Manual
Note:
♦♦ The pictures are for reference
only. Actual items may vary
upon shipment.
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1.2 Wall Mounting Installation
Preparation
1.2.1
1
Wall Mounting
Remove the base stand and handles (if necessary).
Note:
See procedures below.
2
Wall mount the LCD display.
Screw the mounting bracket to the VESA holes at the
rear of the LCD display.
To protect the glass panel, place
a towel or soft cloth before laying
the LCD display down.
400mm
200mm
AC IN
RS-232C
OUT
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
1.2.2
Lay the LCD
display face down
on a flat even
surface.
2
Remove the four
screws securing
the base stand
from the LCD
display.
1.2.3
1
2
10
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
Removing the Base Stand
1
3
R1
Note:
Take measures to prevent the
LCD display from falling down
and lessen possible injury and
damage to the display in case of
earthquakes or other disasters.
Lift to detach the base stand.
Removing the Handles
♦♦ Use only the 400 x 200 mm
wall mount kit recommended
by AG Neovo.
Lay the LCD
display face down
on a flat even
surface.
Unscrew to remove
each handle from
the LCD display.
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♦♦ Secure the LCD display on
a solid wall strong enough to
bear its weight.
AC IN
100-240V
50-60Hz
1.8A
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
AUDIO IN
R1
L1
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
AUDIO IN
S-VIDEO
Pb1
Y1
CVBS
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
VIDEO IN
Pr1
R
IN
L
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
1.3 LCD Display Overview
1.3.1
Front View and Keypad Buttons
Keypad
4
1
5
6
AUTO
POWER
7
2
1
2
Display screen
The LCD display screen is protected
by NeoVTM Optical Glass.
8
3
LED indicator
Green - Power on
Amber - Standby mode
Off - Power off
9
10
AUTO
POWER
11
Remote control sensor
3
(See page 14.)
4
5
SOURCE
• Press repeatedly to select the input
signal source.
7
9
RIGHT
10
AUTO
UP
• Press repeatedly to select PIP option.
• During OSD menu selection, press to
move up a menu or submenu.
LEFT
• Press to decrease the volume.
• During OSD menu selection, press to
adjust the settings.
MENU
• Press to display the OSD menu.
• Press again to hide the OSD menu.
6
8
• Press to increase the volume.
• During OSD menu selection, press to select
an option and adjust the settings.
• For VGA input signal source, press to
perform auto adjustment.
• For video input signals, press to perform
screen freeze.
• During OSD menu selection, press to close
the OSD menu or exit a submenu.
DOWN
• Press to swap the PIP main and sub
picture.
• During OSD menu selection, press to
move up a menu or submenu.
11
POWER
• Press to turn the power on or off.
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1.3.2
Rear View
AC IN
RS-232C
COMPONENT
R2
OUT
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
RS-232C
COMPONENT
AC IN
OUT
R2
L2
R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
Pb2
OUT
L
PC
DC OUT
Pr2
AUDIO
R
S-VIDEO
Y2
VGA
AUDIO IN
IN
CVBS
R
IN
IN
R
L
IN
IN
AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
DVI
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
OUT
L
OUT
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
R1
1
1
L1
2
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
3
AC power input
4
5 6
7
6
RS-232 connector
7
COMPONENT Audio and
Video connectors (2)
8
DC power output
Use for DC power output.
5
Audio port
Use to connect an audio cable
for the PC’s audio input.
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VGA connector
DVI connector
S-Video connector (2)
Use to connect AV cables for
the S-Video signal.
Use to connect component
cables for YPbPr input signal.
4
9
Use to connect a PC using DVI
cable for digital input signal.
Use to connect RS-232 cables
to connect multiple displays.
3
L
Use to connect a PC using a VGA
cable for analogue input signal.
Use to connect the power
cord.
2
8
R
9
COMPOSITE Audio and Video
connectors (2)
Use to connect composite cables for
CVBS signal.
1.4 Remote Control
1.4.1
Remote Control Buttons
1
4
2
6
9
Power
5
Key Lock
10
CVBS 1
YPbPr1
S-Video
DVI
CVBS 2
YPbPr2
VGA
UP
Volume
11
3
12
7
Left
Menu
Right
13
8
Down
1
POWER button
Press to turn the monitor on or off.
Mute
7
2
CVBS1 button
Press to select CVBS1 as the input signal.
8
3
CVBS2 button
Press to select CVBS2 as the input signal.
9
4
5
6
YPbPr1 button
Press to select YPbPr1 as the input
signal.
YPbPr2 button
Press to select YPbPr2 as the input
signal.
S-Video button
Press to select S-Video as the input
signal.
Navigation button
Press navigate through the OSD menu
and adjust the settings.
MENU button
Press to display the OSD menu. Press
again to hide the OSD menu.
Lock button
Press to lock the OSD menu.
10
DVI button
Press to select DVI as the input signal.
11
VGA button
Press to select VGA as the input signal.
12
Volume buttons
Press + to increase volume. Press - to
decrease volume.
13
MUTE button
Press to mute volume.
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1.4.2
Installing the Remote Control
Batteries
1
Turn the remote control
upside down.
2
Press and hold the lock
tab then pull the battery
compartment out of the
slot.
Notes about the battery:
3
♦♦ Do not leave the remote
control in an extremely hot or
humid place.
Place the battery on the
battery compartment.
♦♦ Do not place the remote
control in direct sunlight.
CR20
Lithiu
m Ba
3V
4
25
ttery
♦♦ Do not attempt to charge,
short-circuit, heat, or burn the
battery.
♦♦ If the remote control will not
be used for a long period of
time, remove the battery.
Push the battery
compartment back into
the slot until it clicks into
place.
♦♦ Replace only with CR2025
Lithium battery, 3V.
♦♦ Dispose used battery
according to the local
disposal regulations.
1.4.2
Remote Control Signal
The remote control has
an operating range of
approximately 10 m.
Aim the remote control
directly at the remote
sensor to ensure
accuracy.
Note:
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Power
Key Lock
CVBS 1
YPbPr1
CVBS 2
YPbPr2
Left
Menu
S-Video
Down
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DVI
VGA
UP
14
o
Volume
Right
Mute
♦♦ Make sure that the battery is
sufficient to ensure optimum
remote control performance.
2. Making Connections
2.1 Connecting the AC Power
1
Connect the power cord to the AC power input at the
rear of the LCD display.
2
Connect the plug to a power outlet or a power supply.
AC IN
RS-232C
OUT
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
AC IN
Caution:
♦♦ Make sure that the LCD
display is not connected
to the power outlet before
making any connections.
Connecting cables while
the power in ON may cause
electric shock or personal
injury.
Caution:
♦♦ When unplugging the power
cord, hold the power cord by
the plug head. Never pull by
the cord.
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2.2 Connecting Input Source Signals
2.2.1
Connecting a Computer
Using VGA Cables
Connect one end of a D-sub cable to the VGA connector of the LCD display and the other end to
the D-sub connector of the computer.
RS-232C
AC IN
COMPONENT
R2
OUT
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
12V
Max 350mA
Y2
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
VIDEO IN
L1
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
PC
VGA
DVI
Using DVI Cables
Connect one end of a DVI cable to the DVI connector of the LCD display and the other end to the
DVI connector of the computer.
AC IN
RS-232C
OUT
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
PC
VGA
DVI
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R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
Connecting an Audio Device
Connect one end of an audio cable to the audio port at the rear of the LCD display and the other
end to the audio out port of the computer.
AC IN
RS-232C
OUT
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
PC
AUDIO IN
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2.2.2
Connecting a Camera or Video Device
Using CVBS Cables
Connect one end of a CVBS cable to the COMPOSITE connectors of the LCD display and the
other end to the COMPOSITE connectors of your device.
For audio input, connect an RCA cable to the audio in connector of the LCD display and the audio
out connector of your device.
RS-232C
AC IN
COMPONENT
R2
OUT
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
12V
Max 350mA
Y2
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
VIDEO IN
L1
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
CVBS
IN
IN
R
L
IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
OUT
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
R
L
or
Using YPbPr Cables
Connect one end of a YPbPr cable to the COMPONENT connectors of the LCD display and the
other end to the COMPONENT connectors of your device.
For audio input, connect an RCA cable to the audio in connector of the LCD display and the audio
out connector of your device.
AC IN
RS-232C
OUT
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
VIDEO IN
L1
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
AUDIO IN
R1
L1
Pb2
Y2
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
or
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Using S-Video Cables
Connect one end of an S-Video cable to the S-VIDEO connector of the LCD display and the other
end to the S-VIDEO connector of your device.
For audio input, connect an RCA cable to the audio in connector of the LCD display and the audio
out connector of your device.
RS-232C
AC IN
COMPONENT
R2
OUT
L2
DC OUT
Pr2
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
S-VIDEO
IN
L
Y/C
AUDIO IN
OUT
R
or
2.3 Connecting a Stereo Amplifier
To amplify the sound output, connect a stereo amplifer to the LCD display.
Connect an RCA cable to the audio out connector of the LCD display and to the audio in connector
of a stereo amplifier.
AC IN
RS-232C
OUT
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
CVBS
R
L
IN
AUDIO
OUT
R
L
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2.4 Connecting Multiple LCD Displays
Use the RS-232 connection to connect a series of LCD displays to form a daisy chain. With this
connection, the output of one computer can be shown on multiple displays at the same time.
A maximum of 254 displays can be connected together.
AC IN
RS-232C
OUT
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AC IN
RS-232C
COMPONENT
DC OUT
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
OUT
R2
L2
Pr2
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
L
RS-232C
RS-232C
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
1
Connect the female end of an RS-232 cable to the
RS-232 OUT port of the computer and connect
the male end to the RS-232 IN port of the display.
2
Connect the female end of another RS-232 cable
to the RS-232 OUT of the last connected display
and the male end to the RS-232 IN of the next
display.
3
4
Repeat step 2 to connect more LCD displays.
Configure the connection using the
Other Setting > RS-232C menu. See page 42.
R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
Note:
♦♦ RS-232 cables are not
included in the package and
are sold separately. Contact
your dealer to purchase one.
♦♦ If an LCD display in the
series is turned off, the
succeeding displays still
receive the PC input signal.
However, if the power
cord of that LCD display is
unplugged from the power
outlet, all succeeding
displays also lose the signal.
♦♦ To ensure compatibility, use
only AG Neovo displays.
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3. Using the LCD Display
3.1 Turning on the Power
3.1.1
Using the Keypad
1
Plug the power cord to a power
outlet or power supply.
2
Press the POWER button on the
keypad to turn the LCD display
on.
The LED indicator turns
GREEN.
POWER button
AUTO
POWER
3.1.2
When the LCD display is turned
on, press the POWER button to
turn the LCD display off.
The LED indicator goes off.
Using the Remote Control
Press the POWER button on
the remote control to turn the
LCD display on.
The LED indicator turns
GREEN.
Press the POWER button
again to turn the LCD display
off.
The LED indicator goes off.
Power
Key Lock
CVBS 1
YPbPr1
CVBS 2
YPbPr2
VGA
UP
Volume
Left
Menu
Down
S-Video
DVI
Right
Mute
Note:
♦♦ The LCD display still
consumes power as long as
the power cord is connected
to the power outlet.
Disconnect the power cord to
completely cut off power.
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3.2 Selecting the Input Source Signal
3.2.1
Using the Keypad
SOURCE button
1
Press the SOURCE button on the
keypad.
The input signal screen is
displayed on screen. The
highlighted item shows the current
input source signal.
D - S U B
D V I
Notes:
♦♦ After selecting an input
source signal, the input
source signal message
appears on the screen briefly.
For example, CVBS1 is
selected the following
message is displayed.
CVBS1
INPUT
C V B S 1
C V B S 2
S - V I D E O
AUTO
POWER
Y P b P r 1
Y P b P r 2
2
3
3.2.2
Key Lock
CVBS 1
YPbPr1
CVBS 2
YPbPr2
VGA
UP
Volume
Menu
Down
22
Press to select the input source
signal.
Using the Remote Control
Power
Left
Press the SOURCE button
repeatedly until the desired input
source signal is highlighted.
S-Video
DVI
Press the desired input source
signal button to select the source.
Right
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♦♦ If the selected input source
signal is not connected to
the LCD display or is turned
off, the no signal message is
displayed on the screen.
NO
SIGNAL
♦♦ If the resolution or the
graphics card of the
connected computer is set to
high, the input out of range
message is displayed.
INPUT SIGNAL
OUT OF RANGE
3.3 Adjusting the Volume
3.3.1
Using the Keypad
1
Press either
2
Press
to increase volume.
Press
to decrease volume.
or
to call out the volume bar.
VOLUME buttons
AUTO
POWER
3.1.2
Using the Remote Control
Power
Key Lock
CVBS 1
YPbPr1
CVBS 2
YPbPr2
VGA
UP
Volume
Left
Menu
Down
3.4
S-Video
DVI
On the remote control, press
increase
volume.
Volume
Press
to
Volume
to decrease volume.
Right
Mute
Muting the Volume
On the remote control, press
briefly.
Press
to mute volume. The Mute message is displayed on the screen
Mute
again or the volume keys to cancel mute.
Mute
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3.5 Locking the OSD Menu
Lock the OSD menu to protect the LCD display from unauthorised users or from accidentally
pressing the keypad or the remote control buttons.
To lock the OSD, press and hold the keypad buttons listed below for at least 5 seconds or until the
OSD
message appears.
LOCK OUT
When the OSD is locked, all keypad and remote control buttons are inactivated.
Type of OSD Lock
Lock Operation
Unlock Operation
Lock all buttons
Press and hold
seconds.
and
for 5
Lock all buttons except
the POWER button.
Press and hold
seconds.
and
for 5
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Press and hold
and for 5
seconds or until the OSD menu
appears.
Press and hold
and for 5
seconds or until the OSD menu
appears.
3.6 Using Picture-in-Picture (PIP)
The Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature allows viewing of more
than one input source signal on the LCD display.
3.6.1
PIP Options
On the keypad or the remote control, press
repeatedly
to enable and scroll among the PIP options. Options are as
follows:
PIP On
PAP
Info:
♦♦ PIP On: The sub source
signal is displayed within the
main source signal.
♦♦ PAP (Picture-and-Picture):
The main source and the sub
source signals are displayed
side by side with equal
display size.
PIP Off
PAP 4:3
♦♦ PAP 4:3 The main source and
the sub source signals are
displayed side by side, each
with an aspect ration of 4:3.
♦♦ PIP Off: PIP function is
disabled, only the main
source signal is displayed.
3.6.2
PIP Swap
The main and the sub source signals set in PIP Setting can
be easily swapped using the keypad or the remote control.
Main source
Note:
♦♦ The main source and sub
source signals can be set in
PIP Settings, see page 37.
Sub source
to swap the main source and the sub source
Press
signals. See illustration below.
Main source
Sub source
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4. On Screen Display Menu
4.1 Using the OSD Menu
1
Display the main menu screen.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
Remote Control
Keypad
Press
Press
.
.
Menu
6 0 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
C O N T R A S T
C O L O U R
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
A S P E C T
P I P
5 0
S E T T I N G
R AT I O
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
Navigation Window
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
2
E N T E R
S E L E C T
Select the menu.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1 Press
6 0 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
C O N T R A S T
C O L O U R
I M A G E
P I P
S E T T I N G
5 0
S E T T I N G
A S P E C T
R AT I O
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
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or
UP
E N T E R
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S E L E C T
.
Down
to enter
2 Press
the submenu.
Right
1 Press
or
to enter
2 Press
the submenu.
.
Remote Control
3
4
Select the submenu item.
Press
or
.
Press
or
.
.
Press
or
.
Down
UP
6 0 H z
Keypad
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
E S S
C O N T R A S T
5 0
S E T T I N G
E T T I N G
R AT I O
4
I N G
The highlighted item with an orange arrow
indicates the active submenu.
Adjust the settings.
Press
or
Left
Right
R N - I N
5
T I N G
Exit the submenu.
Press
to return to
the previous menu.
Press
to return to
the previous menu.
Press
Press
Menu
E T T I N G
E T T I N G
6
Close the OSD window.
L E C T
E
T I O N
again.
again.
Menu
When settings are modified, all changes are saved when the user does the following:
• Proceeds to the another menu.
• Exits the OSD menu.
S E L E C T
A D J U S T
• Waits for the OSD menu to disappear.
Note: Availability of some menu items depend on the input source signal. If the menu is not
available, it is disabled and grayed out.
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4.2 OSD Menu Tree
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
1
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
C O N T R A S T
2
C O L O U R
3
I M A G E
4
A S P E C T
5
P I P
6
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
R AT I O
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
8
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
9
10
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
11
I N F O R M AT I O N
12
E X I T
E N T E R
Submenu
1. Brightness
2. Colour Setting
3. Image Setting
7
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
Main Menu
5 0
S E T T I N G
• Brightness
• Contrast
• Colour Temperature
During PC input signal
(for VGA only):
S E L E C T
Remarks
See page 30.
See page 31.
See page 33.
• Sharpness
• Phase
• Clock
• H. Position
• V. Position
During Video input signal:
• Sharpness
• Saturation
• Tint
• 3D Comb Filter
• Noise Reduction
• Video Mode
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See page 34.
Main Menu
Submenu
Remarks
4. Aspect Ratio
During Video input signal only:
See page 36.
5. PIP Setting
6. Anti-Burn-In
7. OSD Setting
8. Audio Setting
9. Other Setting
10. Input Select
11. Language
12. Information
• H. Zoom
• V. Zoom
• H. Position
• V. Position
• PIP
• Main Source
• Sub Source
• Sub Picture Size
• Sub Picture Position
• Swap
• Enable
• Interval
• Mode
• Transparency
• H. Position
• V. Position
• OSD Timer
• Volume
• Audio On/Off
• Power Saving
• Mode
• Recall
• RS-232C
• Monitor ID
• Backlight
• VGA
• DVI
• CVBS1
• CVBS2
• S-Video
• YPbPr1
• YPbPr2
Select the OSD language:
See page 37.
See page 39.
See page 40.
See page 41.
See page 42.
See page 44.
EN / FR / DE / ES / IT / Py /
RO / PL / CS / NL / TC / SC
Displays settings information
such as Input, Resolution,
Horizontal and Vertical
Frequency, Timing mode,
Firmware version, and
Counter.
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5. Adjusting the LCD Display
5.1 Brightness Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
C O N T R A S T
C O L O U R
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
A S P E C T
P I P
5 0
S E T T I N G
R AT I O
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
A D J U S T
Function
Brightness
Adjusts the luminance of the
screen image.
Contrast
Adjusts the difference
between the black level and
the white level.
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S E L E C T
Range
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
0 to 100
Press
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
5.2 Colour Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
C O L O U R
T E M P.
6 5 0 0 K
B R I G H T N E S S
C O 5N 4T 0R 0AKS T
C O L O U R
S E T T I N G
9 3 0 0 K
A U T O
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
A S P E C T
P I P
C O L O U R
U S E R
R AT I O
R
1 2 8
G
1 2 7
B
1 0 6
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
5.2.1
E N T E R
S E L E C T
Colour Temperature
Colour temperature provides several colour adjustment settings.
Value
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
• 6500K - This is the default colour temperature
commonly used for normal lighting conditions.
• 5400K - Applies a reddish tint for warmer
colours.
• 9300K - Applies a bluish tint for cooler colours.
1 Press
2 Press
or
.
Down
UP
Right
.
or
1 Press
2 Press
.
.
• Auto Colour - Operates the white balance
and automatically adjusts the colour settings.
Available only during VGA input source signal.
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Value
Operation
Remote Control
or
1 Press
select USER.
UP
2 Press
• User - This allows users to set the colour
temperature by adjusting the R, G, B settings
according to one’s preference.
Right
Down
Keypad
or
to 1 Press
to select USER.
2 Press
.
.
or
or
to 3 Press
3 Press
to select among R,
select among R, G,
G, B option.
B option.
UP
Down
or
to
4 Press
or
to 4 Press
adjust the values
adjust the values
between 0 ~ 255.
between 0 ~ 255.
Left
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Right
5.3 Image Setting (VGA only)
Note: During DVI input source signal, Image Setting is disabled and grayed out.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
S H A R P N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
P H A S E
C O L O U R
5 0
S E T T I N G
C L O C K
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
5 0
H . P O S I T I O N
P I P
S E T T I N G
5 0
V. P O S I T I O N
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
5 0
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
Function
Sharpness
Adjusts the clarity and focus of
the screen image.
Phase
Adjusts the phase timing to
synchronise with the video
signal.
Clock
Adjusts the frequency timing
to synchronise with the video
signal.
H. Position
(Horizontal
Position)
V. Position
(Vertical
Position)
A D J U S T
S E L E C T
Range
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
0 to 100
Press
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
Moves the screen image to the
left or right.
Moves the screen image up or
down.
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5.4 Image Setting (Video signals)
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
S H A R P N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
S A
C
O TN UT R
RA
A TS I TO N
C O L O U R
5 0
S E T T I N G
T I N T
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
5 0
3 D
A S P E C T
P I P
R AT I O
S E T T I N G
C O M B F I LT E R
O N
O F F
N O I S E
O F F
R E D U C T I O N
L O W
H I G H
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
V I D E O M O D E
U S E R
T E X T
M O V I E
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
G A M E
G R A P H I C
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
Function
Sharpness
Adjusts the clarity and
focus of the screen image.
Saturation
Adjusts the colour
saturation.
Tint
Adjusts the colour tint.
Available only during
YPbPr signal or NTSC
system under S-Video or
CVBS signals.
3D Comb
Filter
Enables the 3D Comb Filter
function to provide the best
possible image quality.
Available only during CVBS
signal.
Noise
Reduction
Adjusts the noise reduction
to help remove noise from
images. This helps produce
clearer and crisper images.
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A D J U S T
Range /
Value
S E L E C T
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
0 to 100
Press
On
Off
Off
Low
High
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
Item
Function
Range /
Value
Allows you to select a video mode with
preset image settings.
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Press
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
• User - The default user setting.
Video Mode
• Text - Suitable when viewing images with text.
• Movie - Suitable when viewing moving images.
• Gaming - Suitable when viewing high resolution and moving images.
• Graphic - Suitable when viewing high resolution graphic images.
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5.5 Aspect Ratio
Note: Aspect Ratio is only available during video input signals.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
A S P E C T R AT I O
O V E R S C A N
B R I G H T N E S S
U N D E R S C A N
C O L O U R
N A T I V E
S E T T I N G
H .
I M A G E
Z O O M
S E T T I N G
5 0
V .O N
Z O
OA
MS T
C
T R
A S P E C T
P I P
R AT I O
5 0
H .
P O S I T I O N
V.
P O S I T I O N
S E T T I N G
5 0
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
5 0
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
Aspect Ratio
A D J U S T
Function
Range /
Value
S E L E C T
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Overscan
Adjusts the aspect ratio of the
Underscan
screen image.
Native
H. Zoom
(Horizontal
Zoom)
Adjusts the horizontal zoom.
V. Zoom
(Vertical
Zoom)
H. Position
(Horizontal
Position)
V. Position
(Vertical
Position)
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Press
Adjusts the vertical zoom.
0 to 100
Moves the screen image to
the left or right.
Moves the screen image up
or down.
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Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
5.6 PIP Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
P I P
O F F P I P
B R I G H T N E S S
P A P P A P
C O L O U R
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
S E T T I N G
C V B S 2 S - V I D E O
Y P b P r 1
A S P E C T
R AT I O
4 : 3
M A I N S O U R C E
V G A D V I C V B S 1
Y P b P r 2
S U B S O U R C E
V G A D V I C V B S 1
C V B S 2 S - V I D E O
P I P
S E T T I N G
Y P b P r 1
S U B
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
S U B P I C . P O S .
L + U R + U
L + D
A U D I O
Y P b P r 2
P I C . S I Z E
1
2
3
R + D
S E T T I N G
S W A P
P R E S S
O T H E R
I N P U T
S E T T I N G
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
A D J U S T
Function
S E L E C T
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Allows you to select the PIP setting or
disable PIP.
• Off - Disables PIP.
PIP
• PIP - The sub source image is within the
main source image.
• PAP - The main source and sub source
images are displayed side by side.
• PAP 4:3 - The main source and sub
source images are displayed side by
side with an aspect ratio of 4:3.
Press
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
Allows you to select the main source
signal.
Main Source
VGA / DVI / CVBS1 / CVBS2 / S-VIDEO /
YPbPr1 / YPbPr2
Note: If the sub source is YPbPr, VGA
cannot be selected as the main source.
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Item
Function
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Allows you to select the sub source signal.
VGA / DVI / CVBS1 / CVBS2 / S-VIDEO /
YPbPr1 / YPbPr2
Sub Source
Note:
♦♦ The selected main source cannot be
selected as the sub source anymore.
Press
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
.
Press
or
.
Press
.
♦♦ If the main source is YPbPr, VGA and
YPbPr cannot be selected as the sub
source.
Sub Pic. Size
(Sub Picture
Size)
Allows you to select the size of the sub
source image. Available only in PIP mode.
• 1 - Small image size.
• 2 - Medium image size.
• 3 - Large image size.
Allows you to select the position of the sub
source image. Available only in PIP mode.
Sub Pic. Pos.
(Sub Picture
Position)
• L+U - Sets the image on the upper left
corner of the screen.
Press
Left
or
Right
• R+U - Sets the image on the upper right
corner of the screen.
• L+D - Sets the image on the lower left
corner of the screen.
• R+D - Sets the image on the lower right
corner of the screen.
Swap
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Swaps the main source and sub source
signals.
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Press
Right
.
5.7 Anti-Burn-In
Anti-Burn-In is useful in preventing image retention on the LCD display.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
E N A B L E
O N O F F
C O L O U R
I N T E R VA L ( H O U R S )
6
8
1 0
1 2
1 4
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
M O D E
F R A M E
S E T T I N G
L I N E
D O T
A S P E C T
P I P
R AT I O
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
Enable
A D J U S T
S E L E C T
Function
Range
Enables or disables Anti-BurnIn function.
On
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Off
6
Interval
Sets the interval time (hour)
between activating the AntiBurn-In function.
8
10
12
14
Selects the Anti-Burn-In mode.
Press
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
• Frame - Activates the frame mode. This
mode causes the screen to flicker for a
few seconds.
Mode
• Line - Activates the line mode. A line
runs across from the top to the bottom
of the screen.
• Dot - Activates the dot mode. A dot
lights each pixel on the screen. This
mode takes a while to finish.
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5.8 OSD Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
T R A N S PA R E N C Y
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
H . P O S I T I O N
C O L O U R
5 0
S E T T I N G
V. P O S I T I O N
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
5 0
O S D
A S P E C T
P I P
T I M E R
R AT I O
1 0 0
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
Transparency
H. Position
(Horizontal
Position)
V. Position
(Vertical
Position)
OSD Timer
40
A D J U S T
Function
Range
S E L E C T
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Adjusts the transparency
level of the OSD screen.
Moves the OSD window
to the left or right of the
screen.
0 to 100
Moves the OSD window up
or down the screen.
Sets the length of time (in
seconds) the OSD screen
is displayed. When the time
elapses, the OSD screen is
automatically inactivated.
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Press
5 to 100
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
5.9 Audio Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
V O L U M E
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
A U D I O
C O L O U R
I M A G E
O F F
S E T T I N G
A S P E C T
P I P
O N
S E T T I N G
R AT I O
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
Volume
Function
Adjusts the volume level of
the built-in speaker.
A D J U S T
Range
Note: Even when Audio
is set to “Off”, Audio is
automatically turned on
when volume is adjusted.
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
0 to 100
Turns the audio speaker ON
or OFF.
Audio
S E L E C T
On
Press
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
Off
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5.10 Other Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
P O W E R
O N
B R I G H T N E S S
S AV I N G
O F F
M O D E
C O L O U R
T E X T
S E T T I N G
G R A P H
R E C A L L
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
P R E S S
R S - 2 3 2 C
A S P E C T
R AT I O
O N
O F F
M O N I T O R
P I P
I D
S E T T I N G
0
B A C K L I G H T
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
8 4
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
Function
A D J U S T
Range
S E L E C T
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Enables or disables power
saving mode.
Power Saving
When the LCD display turns
into power saving mode, the
screen turns black and the
LED indicator lights AMBER.
On
Off
Press
Left
or
Right
.
Press
or
.
Sets the current mode for better image
display.
Available only during computer input signal, when the resolution is either of the
following: 640 x 350, 640 x 400, 720 x 350, or 720 x 400.
Mode
For optimal performance, select:
• Text - This mode is suitable for viewing text documents when the resolution
is 720 x 400 or 720 x 350.
• Graph - Graphics mode is suitable for viewing images when the resolution is
640 x 350 or 640 x 400.
Recall
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Use to recall all to default settings,
except for Language.
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Press
Right
.
Press
.
Item
Function
Range
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Enables or disables RS-232
connection.
RS-232C
Monitor ID
With RS-232 connection,
multiple displays can be
connected together in a
series to show the output of
one computer.
Sets the monitor ID of the
LCD display.
Monitor ID is a number
assigned to each display
connected through RS-232
connection.
On
Off
0 to 254
Press
Press
Left
Left
or
or
Right
Right
.
Press
or
.
.
Press
or
.
.
Press
or
.
Note: Each LCD display
must have a unique monitor
ID.
Backlight
Adjusts the intensity of the
backlight emitted by the
LCD display.
0 to 100
Press
Left
or
Right
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5.11 Input Select
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
6 0 H z
V G A
P R E S S
B R I G H T N E S S
D V I
C O L O U R
P R E S S
S E T T I N G
C V B S 1
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
P R E S S
C V B S 2
A S P E C T
R AT I O
P R E S S
S - V I D E O
P I P
S E T T I N G
P R E S S
Y P b P r 1
A N T I - B U R N - I N
P R E S S
Y P b P r 2
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
I N P U T
P R E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
E N T E R
Function
VGA
Sets VGA as the input source signal.
DVI
Sets DVI as the input source signal.
CVBS1
Sets CVBS1 as the input source signal.
CVBS2
Sets CVBS2 as the input source signal.
S-Video
Sets S-Video as the input source signal.
YPbPr1
Sets YPbPr1 as the input source signal.
YPbPr2
Sets YPbPr2 as the input source signal.
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S E L E C T
Operation
Remote Control
Keypad
Press
Right
.
Press
.
6. Appendix
6.1 Warning Messages
Warning Messages
INPUT SIGNAL
OUT OF RANGE
Cause
Solution
The resolution or the refresh
rate of the graphics card of
the computer is set too high.
• Change the resolution
or the refresh rate of the
graphics card.
The LCD display cannot
detect the input source
signal.
• Check if the input source
is turned ON.
NO
SIGNAL
• Check if the signal cable is
properly connected.
• Check if any pin inside the
cable connector is twisted
or broken.
OSD
LOCK OUT
The OSD has been locked by
the user.
• Unlock the OSD. Refer to
page 24.
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6.2 Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause and Solution
No picture.
• Check if the LCD display is turned ON.
• LED indicator is OFF.
• Check if the power cord is properly connected to the LCD
display.
• Check if the power cord is plugged into the power outlet.
• LED indicator is AMBER.
• Check if the computer is turned ON.
• Check if the computer is in standby mode, move the mouse
or press any key to wake up the computer.
Image position is incorrect.
• Adjust the H. POSITION and V. POSITION values. For
VGA source, see IMAGE SETTING on page 33; for Video
signals, see ASPECT RATIO on page 36.
The displayed texts are
blurry.
• For VGA input, touch
display.
on the keypad to auto-adjust the
• Adjust the IMAGE SETTING (see page 34).
The OSD menu can’t be
called out.
• The OSD is locked; unlock the OSD (see page 24).
Red, blue, green, white dots
appear on screen.
• There are millions of micro transistors inside the LCD
display. It is normal for a few transistors to be damaged and
to produce spots. This is acceptable and is not considered
a failure.
No audio output.
• Check if the volume is set to 0 (see page 23 or 41).
• Check if AUDIO is set to OFF (see page 41).
• For VGA or DVI input, check the audio setting of the
computer.
Dew formed on or inside the
LCD display.
• This normally happens when the LCD display is moved a
cold room to a hot room temperature. Do not turn ON the
LCD display, wait for the dew condensation to disappear.
Mist formed inside the glass
surface.
• This happens due to humid weather conditions. This is a
normal occurrence. The mist will disappear after a few days
or as soon as the weather stabilizes.
Faint shadows from a static
image appear on the screen.
• Turn off the LCD display for extended periods of time.
• Run the Anti-Burn-In function (see page 39).
• Use a screen saver or a black and white image and run it
for extended periods of time.
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Chapter 6: Appendix
6.3 Transporting the LCD Display
To transport the LCD display for repair or shipment, place the
display in its original packaging carton.
1
Attach the handles (if removed).
Lay the LCD display face down on a flat even surface.
Screw the handles to the LCD display.
AC IN
COMPONENT
R2
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
100-240V
50-60Hz
AUDIO IN
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
VIDEO IN
R
IN
L
AUDIO
1.8A
R1
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
R
OUT
L
Attach the base stand (if removed).
Screw the base stand to the LCD display.
3 Place all the enclosed accessories into
the designated box.
UP
UP
2
L1
4
Place the accessories box and the
three foam cushions inside the inner
carton.
5
Hold the LCD display by the handles
and carefully place the LCD display
down inside the inner carton.
6
Place the other three foam cushions
on the LCD display for protection.
7
Cover the LCD display with the outer
carton.
8
Use the designated tabs to cover the
carton holes and attach the inner and
the outer cartons together.
UP
UP
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7. Specifications
7.1 Display Specifications
RX-W32
Panel
RX-W42
Panel Size
32”
42”
Max. Resolution
WXGA 1366 x 768
Full HD 1920 x 1080
H: 24 kHz - 82 kHz
H: 24 kHz - 82 kHz
V: 50 Hz - 85 Hz
V: 50 Hz - 85 Hz
VGA
15-Pin D-Sub
15-Pin D-Sub
DVI
24-Pin DVI-D
24-Pin DVI-D
CVBS
BNC x 2
BNC x 2
S-Video
4-Pin mini DIN
4-Pin mini DIN
Component (YPbPr)
RCA x 2
RCA x 2
CVBS
BNC x 2
BNC x 2
S-Video
4-Pin mini DIN
4-Pin mini DIN
External Control
RS-232C in/out
9-Pin D-Sub
9-Pin D-Sub
Audio
Audio In
Frequency (H/V)
Input
Output
1 x stereo audio in for PC (audio jack, 3.5 Ø)
1 x stereo audio in for CVBS (RCA)
1 x stereo audio in for S-Video (RCA)
2 x stereo audio in for YPbPr (RCA)
Audio Out
1 x stereo audio out for CVBS (RCA)
Speaker
Power
2W x 2
DC output
12V / 350 mA, DC jack 2.5 Ø
Power
Consumption
Operating Conditions
100 - 240V, 50 - 60 Hz
< 98W (On) / < 10W (Off)
Temperature
0 °C ~ 40 °C (32 °F ~ 104 °F)
Humidity
Storage Conditions
10% ~ 85%
Temperature
-20 °C ~ 60 °C (-4 °F ~ 140 °F)
Humidity
Weight
10% ~ 95%
Without Base
168.5 kg (37.0 lbs)
27.0 kg (59.5 lbs)
With Base
18.3 kg (40.3 lbs)
28.4 kg ( 62.6 lbs)
Note: All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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< 155W (On) / < 10W (Off)
Chapter 7: Specifications
7.2 Display Dimensions
7.2.1
RX-W32 Dimensions
170mm
434mm
101mm
788mm
400mm
478mm
200mm
RS-232C
AC IN
COMPONENT
R2
OUT
L2
Pr2
DC OUT
Pb2
Y2
12V
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
VIDEO IN
L1
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
AUTO
POWER
AUTO
POWER
7.2.2
RX-W42 Dimensions
190mm
454 mm
600mm
106mm
1011mm
400mm
604mm
400mm
200mm
AC IN
RS-232C
COMPONENT
DC OUT
12V
OUT
R2
L2
Pr2
Pb2
Y2
Max 350mA
PC
S-VIDEO
CVBS
AUDIO IN
VGA
IN
L
IN
IN
Y/C
AUDIO IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVI
OUT
R
OUT
OUT
R
IN
L
100-240V
AUDIO IN
50-60Hz
IN
R1
L1
VIDEO IN
Pr1
Pb1
Y1
AUDIO
R
OUT
L
AUTO
POWER
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