Sony PFM-510A2WE user manual

User manual for the device Sony PFM-510A2WE

Device: Sony PFM-510A2WE
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Date of adding : 2013-04-08 16:12:57
Number of pages: 244
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PFM-510A2WU/510A2WE/510A2WJ/510A2WG/500A3WU/500A3WE/500A3WJ/500A3WG
4-076-854-01 (1)
Flat Panel Monitor
GB
Operating Instructions
FR
Mode d’emploi
DE
Bedienungsanleitung
ES
Manual de instrucciones
IT
Istruzioni per l’uso
JP







PFM-510A2WU/510A2WE/510A2WJ/510A2WG
PFM-500A3WU/500A3WE/500A3WJ/500A3WG
ª 2000 Sony Corporation

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For PFM-510A2WE/510A2WG/500A3WE/ 500A3WG users WARNING THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED IMPORTANT Owner’s Record The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with The model and serial numbers are located on the rear. the following code: Record the model and serial numbers in the spaces provided Green-and-yellow : Earth below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Blue : Neutral Sony dealer regarding this product. Brown : Live Model No. Serial No. As the colours of the wires

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English Table of Contents Precautions ............................................................... 5 (GB) Features..................................................................... 6 (GB) Location and Function of Parts and Controls ....... 7 (GB) Front / Sides ............................................................. 7 (GB) Control Panel ........................................................... 8 (GB) Right Connector Panel ............................................. 9 (GB) Left Con

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Selecting the On-screen Language ...................... 31 (GB) Reducing Afterimage/Ghosting (Screen Saver Function).................................... 31 (GB) Reversing the Image .............................................. 31 (GB) Changing the Display Position Automatically....... 33 (GB) Controlling Power On/Off Automatically (Power Control Function) ............................................... 34 (GB) Power Saving Function .......................................... 34 (GB) On/Off Timer

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Precautions On repacking Do not throw away the carton and packing materials. Precautions They make an ideal container in which to transport the unit. When shipping the unit to another location, On safety repack it as illustrated on the carton. • Operate the unit on 100 to 120 V AC or 220 to 240 V AC. If you have any questions about this unit, contact your • A nameplate indicating operating voltage, power authorized Sony dealer. consumption, etc. is located on the rear. • Should any solid object

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Features Other features • Three sets of video inputs with audio inputs: one Features composite video or Y/C input, one RGB input, and one RGB/component input. The PFM-510A2W/500A3W series are 16:9 42-inch • Displays the HDTV signal with a tri-level sync flat panel monitors adopting a PDP (Plasma Display signal. Panel), which can accept various types of signals with • Three dimensional comb filter for NTSC Y/C the built-in scan converter. separation. • Line correlation comb filter for PAL Y/C sep

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 5 Right connector panel For details on the right connector panel, see “Right Location and Function Connector Panel” on page 9 (GB). of Parts and Controls 6 Right panel cover Open this when using the right connector panel. For details on opening the panel cover, see below. Front / Sides To open the panel cover Front Loosen the screws counterclockwise and open the cover. 1 2 To take off the panel cover Loosen the screws as illustrated below and take off

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls Control Panel VOL – VOL + MENU mM ENT RGB1 YUV RGB2 LINE Y/C CTRL 1 qd qs qa 0 98765 4 3 2 1 1 Remote control detector 9 RGB1 button Receives the beam from the Remote Commander. Selects the RGB signal input from the RGB1 connectors. 2 1 (standby) switch/1 (standby) indicator 0 ENT (enter) button Press to turn on the monitor. Press again to go back to the standby mode. Press to select the desired item from the menu The 1 (standby) indicator lights up in

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 1 RGB1 IN connectors Right Connector Panel R (R-Y)/G (Y)/B (B-Y) IN (BNC-type): Inputs an analog RGB signal or a component signal. Connects to the RGB signal or component (Y/B- Y/R-Y) signal output of a computer or video equipment. RGB 1 IN OUT This monitor also accepts an HD analog R R-Y component (Y/PB/PR) signal. Inputs the PB signal to the B (B-Y) IN connector and PR signal to the G Y R (R-Y) IN connector. HD/COMP IN (BNC-type): Inputs an H sync si

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 4 RGB1 OUT connectors 6 REMOTE (RS-232C) connector (mini DIN 8- These connectors are used as loop-through outputs of pin) the RGB1 IN connectors 1. This connector allows remote control of the monitor When the plug is connected to the RGB OUT using the RS-232C protocol. For details, contact your connectors, the 75-ohms termination of the RGB IN authorized Sony dealer. connectors is released, and the signal input to the RGB IN connectors is output from t

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 2 CONTROL S IN/OUT jacks (mini jacks) Remote Commander RM-921 Connects to the CONTROL S jacks of video equipment or another monitor. Then you can simultaneously control all equipment with a single Remote Commander. 1 To control equipment by aiming the supplied Remote qs MUTING DISPLAY POWER Commander at the remote control detector of the 2 monitor, connect the CONTROL S OUT jack of the RGB1 RGB2 YUV 3 qd monitor and the CONTROL S IN jack of the other L

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Location and Function of Parts and Controls 5 Y/C button qk MENU button Selects the signal input from the Y/C IN jack in the Press to make the menu appear. LINE connectors. ql ENTER button 6 Number buttons Press to select the desired item in a menu. Press to select the index number. w; VOL +/– buttons 7 ZOOM button Press the + button to increase the volume, or the – Each time you press this button, the image size button to decrease the volume. changes (in order) to double (· 2), triple (· 3), qu

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Installation Caution Installation • When you install the monitor, make sure there is more space than that shown in the figure below. Using the Retractable Feet • The ambient temperature must be 0 °C to +35 °C (32 °F to 95 °F). This section describes the installation arrangements for installing the monitor. When using the retractable feet 1 Pull out the knobs and pull down the retractable Front feet. Wall 7 20 (7 /8) 10 10 Wall Wall (4) (4) 2 Turn the retractable feet outward. Floor 2.5 (1) Side

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Installation / Connections Side 7 3.5 (1 /16) Connections Connecting the AC Power Cord Wall 1 Plug the power cord into the AC IN socket. Then, attach the AC plug holder (supplied) to the AC power cord. Units: cm (inches) AC power Hooked on the wall: Vertically cord AC IN socket Front Wall AC plug holder 10 (4) 20 25 7 7 (7 /8) (9 /8) Wall Wall 2 Slide the AC plug holder over the cord until it connects to the AC IN socket cover. Make sure that the control AC IN section is at the socket bott

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Connections Computer Betacam SP video cassette recorder to component signal output * to R(R-Y)/G(Y)/ RGB 1 B(B-Y), HD/COMP, to audio to video to video IN OUT to audio VD IN R output output output R-Y output G Y B B-Y to audio * to R(R-Y)/G(Y)/ output HD/ COMP B(B-Y) IN SYNC VD to AUDIO IN to AUDIO IN L AUDIO R RGB 2 RGB IN L to RGB IN AUDIO IN R to AUDIO IN VIDEO to Y/C or VIDEO IN Y/C L AUDIO R IN OUT to AUDIO IN LINE to video to audio output output VCR, laser disc player, game machine, etc. *

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Using On-screen Menus 4 Press M/m to adjust or select the setting and press Using On-screen Menus ENT to set. The setting is registered and the menu returns to the previous menu. Operating Through Menus To return to the normal screen, press the MENU button repeatedly until the menu disappears. Menu operating buttons There are four buttons on the monitor and the Remote Menu Guide Commander for menu operations. Note Remote Commander Control Panel “– – – –” appear

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Using On-screen Menus 6 COLOR TEMP qf ASPECT Changes color temperature. Sets the aspect ratio of the picture to 4:3, 16:9 or For details, see “COLOR TEMP” on page 23 (GB). wide-zoom size. For details on the wide-zoom, see “Enlarging a 4:3 Image to a 16:9 Screen Naturally (Wide Zoom Mode)” on page 27 7 SHARPNESS (GB). Changes the outline correction level in three levels (HIGH, MID or LOW). qg ZOOM For details, see “SHARPNESS” on page 24 (GB). Enlarges the image (in order) to double (· 2), triple

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Using On-screen Menus ql COLOR SYSTEM wh SAVE Selects the input signal. Saves the settings. AUTO: to display NTSC, PAL or SECAM signals 443NT: to display NTSC4.43 signals REMOTE menu PAL60: to display PAL60 signals This menu is used for remote control settings. w; SCREEN FILL Selects the point of origin for resizing the picture. CENTER: Sets the point of origin on the center of REMOT E wj the monitor. I NDEX No . : 001 REMOT E MODE : T V wk CORNER: Sets the point of origin at the upper-left REMO

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Using On-screen Menus eg FAN STATUS menu The cooling fans are built into this monitor. This item indicates whether the cooling fans work properly. This menu is used for displaying the internal condition OK: Normal of the monitor. NG: Unusual When the cooling fans are not working normally, NG is displayed and the item flashes in red. The 1 STATUS e; MOD E L N A ME : P F M - 5 1 0 A 2WU ea indicator on the control panel also flashes. SER I A L No . : 2800001 OP ERA T I ON : 0 0 0 0 0 1 H es SOF TW

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Watching the Picture Note Watching the Picture We recommend input source video equipment equipped with a TBC (time base corrector). If the Before you start monitor receive a signal without TBC, the picture may • Turn on the monitor. disappear due to disturbance of the sync signal. • Turn on the connected equipment and play a video source. Switching the Display Mode • To display the input signal information on the screen when turning on the power or switching the input signal, set “DISPLAY” in th


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