Sony FWD-50PX2A user manual

User manual for the device Sony FWD-50PX2A

Device: Sony FWD-50PX2A
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FWD-50PX2/50PX2A
2-651-871-02 (1)
Flat Panel Display
JP

GB
Operating Instructions
FR
Mode d’emploi
DE
Bedienungsanleitung
ES
Manual de instrucciones
IT
Istruzioni per l’uso
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FWD-50PX2/50PX2A
 2005 Sony Corporation

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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with WARNING the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a Owner’s Record residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and The model and serial numbers are located on the rear. can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and Record the model and serial numbers in the spaces used in accordance wit

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English Table of Contents Precautions ............................................................... 5 (GB) Location and Function of Parts and Controls ....... 7 (GB) Front / Rear / Left side ............................................. 7 (GB) Indicator Section ...................................................... 8 (GB) Control Button Section (Top) .................................. 8 (GB) Connector Panel ....................................................... 9 (GB) Remote Commander RM-980

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Viewing two pictures at the same time................. 32 (GB) Activating a picture or swapping the positions of two pictures.............................................................. 32 (GB) Zooming in on a picture ......................................... 33 (GB) Adjusting the position of the inset picture (For PinP only) ................................................. 33 (GB) Setting up the Multi Display .................................. 34 (GB) Adjusting the Sound Quality ............

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Precautions • If you continue to display the same image on the screen for a long period of time, part of that image Precautions may burn into the screen and leave a ghosting image behind. To avoid this, please use the screen saver On safety function provided to equalize use over the entire •A nameplate indicating operating voltage, power screen. If ghosting occurs, use the screen saver consumption, etc. is located on the rear of the unit. function, or use some kind of video or imaging • Should a

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Precautions Disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment for business use (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable take-back scheme for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potent

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 1 Indicator section For details on the Indicator section, see “Indicator Location and Function Section” on page 8 (GB). of Parts and Controls 2 Control button section For details on the control button section, see “Control Button Section (Top)” on page 8 (GB). Front / Rear / Left side 3 SPEAKER Socket Connects the speakers (not supplied) to this socket to output the audio matching the signal displayed on the Front screen. 4 - AC IN socket Connect the

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls Indicator Section Control Button Section (Top) 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 1 Remote control detector 1 INPUT button Receives the signals from the Remote Commander. Press to select a signal to be input from the INPUT or OPTION connector. 2 POWER/STANDBY indicator The signal to be input switches as follows each time Lights up in green when the display unit is powered you press the INPUT button. on. Lights up in red in the standby mode. Lights up in orange when the d

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 1 CONTROL S IN/OUT (Control S Signal Input/ Connector Panel Output) Connector (Minijack) You can control multiple devices with a single remote commander when connected to the CONTROL S connector of a video device or other display. Connect the CONTROL S OUT connector on this display to the CONTROL S IN connector of the other device, and connect the CONTROL S IN connector on this display to the CONTROL S OUT connector of the other device. 2 REMOTE (RS-23

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 7 OPTION1 (VIDEO/COM) slot Optional adaptors (Not supplied) This slot supports video signals and the communication function. The slot accepts optional The connectors marked with 7 and 8 on the adaptors for video signal input/output (such as BKM- connector panel are slot-in type and can be fitted with FW10, BKM-FW11, BKM-FW12) as well as optional any of the optional adaptors described below. adaptors with network management capability (such For details

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls RGB/COMPONENT ACTIVE THROUGH Remote Commander RM-980 Adaptor BKM-FW12 1 2 MUTING DISPLAY STBY ON 3 4 5 qf 6 qg 1 qh 7 8 qj ENTER 9 2 13 2 0 4 5 6 7 8 9 3 qa 0 qk ON SET qs qd ql 1 RGB/COMPONENT IN (D-sub 15-pin) : Connects to the component signal output or analog RGB signal output of a piece of video equipment or a computer. For details on inputting a component signal to the MONITOR RM-980 connector, see “Pin assignment” on page 49 (GB). 2 RGB/COMPONEN

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 7 PICTURE button qk Chroma button Selects Picture mode. Each press toggles between Adjusts the chroma when the picture mode is set to Vivid, Standard, and User 1 to 3. any of “User1” to “User3.” Press this button and adjust the chroma with the M/m or

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Caution When mounting the display horizontally Caution Front 7 25 (9 /8) Provide an ample amount of space around the display 10 10 (4) (4) • To prevent internal heat buildup from sealing off the display, make sure to ensure proper ventilation by leaving open the minimum amount of space around 7 25 (9 /8) the display, as illustrated below. • The ambient temperature must be 0 °C to +35 °C (32 °F to 95 °F). Side 5 (2) •When installing the display horizontally, use the display stand SU-50FW (not sup

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Caution / Connections Notes on Image Retention Connections If the 1 – 5 images (below) are displayed for an Before you start extended period of time, image retention (afterimage) • First make sure that the power to each piece of in areas of the screen may result due to the equipment is turned off. characteristics of the Plasma Display Panel. It is • Use connecting cables suitable for the equipment to possible to reduce image retention by following steps be connected. A – D. • The cable connector

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Connections To remove the AC power cord After squeezing the AC plug holder and freeing it, grasp the plug and pull out the AC power cord. Cable management Using the cable holders You can neatly bundle the cables with the cable holders (×6) provided. Attach the cable holders as shown in the illustration below. Rear 12 3 15 (GB)

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Using On-screen Menus 4 Press M/m to adjust or select the setting and press ENTER to set it. Using On-screen Menus The setting is registered and the menu returns to the previous menu. Operating Through Menus To complete the configuration and return to the normal screen, press MENU. Menu operating buttons To return to the previous menu level, press M/m to move the cursor to and press ENTER or <. Use the buttons on the display unit or the Remote Commander for menu operations. To Switch the On-scr

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Using On-screen Menus Adjust Sound Adjust Screen You can make fine adjustment of the sound. This menu is used for resizing or repositioning the Set Picture Mode to any of “User1” to “User3” first. picture. You can also adjust the number of picture pixels using this menu. Note For details, see “Resizing and Positioning the Picture” on page 30 (GB). You cannot adjust the following items when Picture Mode is set to “Vivid” or “Standard.” For details, see “Adjusting the Sound Quality” on page 35 Ove

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Using On-screen Menus tones when a component signal is input. CUSTOM SETUP menu For details, see “Adjusting Color Matrix” on page 36 (GB). You can reduce power consumption or set various kinds of modes. HD Mode CUSTOM SETUP Power Saving: Standard Speaker Out: Off Selects a mode according to an HD analog component Closed Caption: Off Display: Off signal input to the display unit. Color Matrix: Y/PB/PR HD Mode: 1080i RGB Mode: DTV 1080i: When a 1080i signal is input Sync Mode: H/Comp Remote 1035i

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Using On-screen Menus • With Sync On Green, if the unit is not set to accept Input Setting synchronizing signals, the image will not be displayed. This menu is used to determine whether the input • Signals of the synchronous mode can be supported selector buttons on the remote control (INPUT2, only with INPUT2. OPTION1, OPTION2) act as toggles (such as for • Sync Mode settings cannot be carried out for the example switching INPUT2 between RGB and input through the option boards. COMPONENT) or as

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Using On-screen Menus Software Version Auto Shut Off Indicates the system software version. When you set this item to “On,” the display unit automatically enters the standby mode when a signal IP Address Setup is not input to the COMPONENT or DVI input connectors for more than about five minutes. The Sets an IP address for communication between the display unit automatically enters the power saving display unit and an optional adaptor with network mode when a signal is not input to the DVI or R


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