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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This symbol warns the user This symbol alerts the The pictorial that uninsulated voltage user that important representation of a hot within the unit may have literature concerning surface within a triangle sufﬁcient magnitude to the operation and is intended to tell the cause electric shock. maintenance of this unit user that parts inside Therefore, it is dangerous has been included. the product are a risk of to make any kind of contact
Getting Start ed IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (CONTINUED) WARNING AS WITH ANY SMALL OBJECT, SD CARDS CAN BE SWALLOWED BY YOUNG CHILDREN. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO HANDLE THE SD CARD. CAUTION (1) This projection display is intended to be used with the following TV stand: model TY-43LC14C for the PT-43LC14, TY-50LC14C for the PT-50LC14, and TY60LC14C for the PT-60LC14. Use with other stands may result in the projection display becoming unstable, possibly causing injury. (2) This projection di
Dear Panasonic Customer Welcome to the Panasonic family of customers. We hope that you will have many years of enjoyment from your new projection display. To obtain maximum beneﬁt f rom your set, please read these Instructions before making any adjustments, and retain them for future reference. Retain your purchase receipt also, and record the serial number of your set in the space provided on the rear cover of these instructions. Visit our Panasonic Web Site for USA : www.panasonic.com (USA)
Getting Start Getting Start ed ed Basic Operation Advanced Op eration Information Table of Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....................................................................... 2 To Dear Panasonic Customer............................................................................................... 4 Before Using ..................................................................................................................... 6 Start ! Location of Controls ..........
Before Using Receiver Location This projection display is intended to be used with an optional stand or entertainment center. Consult your dealer for available options. Locate for comfortable viewing. Avoid placing where sunlight or other bright light (including reﬂections) will fall on the screen. Use of some types of ﬂuorescent lighting can reduce remote control transmitter range. Adequate ventilation is essential to prevent internal component failure. Keep away from areas of excessive heat
Getting Start ed Before Using Accessories 1. Remote Control (EUR7627Z20) 2. Batteries 2 “AA” 3. RGB Cable (2 m) (LSJA0239-1 or LSJA0443) Remote Control Battery Installation Requires two AA batteries (supplied). 1. While pressing in on the catch, 2. Install the batteries as shown in 3. Press cover in direction of open cover in direction of arrow. the battery compartment. arrow until it snaps shut. (Polarity + or - must match the markings in the compartment). Two AA size CAUTION Incorrect batte
L L A C E R E B B Location of Controls Illuminated Remote Control POWER SAP 1 16 LIGHT TV VCR DVD 17 2 DTV RCVR DBS/CBL AUX TV/VIDEO A - ANTENNA - B 3 18 4 5 19 CH 6 20 VOL VOL OK 7 8 MENU EXIT CH 9 21 22 12 3 45 6 10 78 9 R-TUNE PROG 11 0 23 SWAP SPLIT SPLIT CTRL REW PLAY FF 12 24 13 PAUSE STOP REC 25 14 26 SPLIT CH FREEZE SEARCH DVD/VCR CH TV/VCR OPEN/CLOSE 15 27 28 Note: • This section describes TV mode only. For other modes, see pages 75-81. For assistance, please call : 1-888-VIEW PTV(843-9
Getting Start ed Location of Controls Remote Keys DESCRIPTION 1 POWER Press to turn ON and OFF. TV Sets the remote to communicate with television. VCR, DVD, DTV, 2 RCVR, Sets the remote to communicate with other devices. DBS/CBL, AUX 3 TV/VIDEO Changes Input source. 4 SD Accesses the Photo Viewer feature (SD Card or PC Card). 5 ASPECT Changes display aspect ratio. 6 MUTE Press to mute sound. 7 VOL Press to adjust TV sound and navigate in menus. 8 OK Press to choose menu and sub-menu entry. 9 M
Location of Controls Controls and Terminals on the projection display Model PT-50LC14 unit shown < FRONT > POWER button/ POWER indicator (PP. 22, 74) Volume up(+) / down(–) buttons (P. 30) Channel up / down buttons (P. 30) TV/VIDEO button (P. 35) A A Using your ﬁnger, Open slide Slot Cover in direction of arrow to open. LAMP indicator Slot Cover This indicator lights up when there is a malfunction with the lamp unit. (PP. 73-74, 82) TEMP indicator PC CARD slot This indicator lights up when
Getting Start ed Location of Controls Model PT-50LC14 unit shown < SIDE > < REAR > Vent Vent RGB Input 1 terminal HDMI Input terminal (For PT-50LC14/PT-60LC14) (P. 20) (P. 18) RGB (PT-43LC14) or RGB2 (PT-50LC14/ VHF/UHF PT-60LC14) Input terminal terminal (P. 18) (PP. 12-14) Input 3 terminals Component signal input 1-4 terminals Input 1, 2 terminals (P. 15) (P. 16) (P. 15) AV out terminals (P. 17) Note: • Make sure the vents are not blocked. (This could cause damage.) 11
Installation Notes on con nections • Turn off the power supply for all com ponents before making any connections. • If the cables necessary for connecting a component to the system are not included with the component or available as an option, you may need to fashion a cable to suit the component concerned. • Read the instruction manual for each system component care fully before connecting it. • If there is a lot of jitter in the video signal input from the video source, the picture on the scr
Getting Start ed Installation Cable Connection Use this conﬁguration when connecting the projection display to a cable TV system. CABLE BOX TERMINAL ON THE BACK OF THE CABLE BOX Or In from cable Connect the cable from the antenna or cable system to the VHF/UHF terminal on the back of the projection display. In from cable Notes: • Certain cable systems offset some channels to reduce interference or have Premium (scrambled) channels. A cable converter box is required for proper reception. Ch
Installation Connecting the Antenna / Cable to the RF IN Terminal (VCR) Use this conﬁguration when connecting the projection display to a cable TV system using VCR. Connect the cable from the Output terminal on the back of the Cable Box or antenna/cable system to the Antenna input terminal on the back of the VCR. VCR In from cable Or TO VCR TO VCR TERMINAL ON Incoming Cable THE BACK OF from Antenna or THE CABLE BOX Cable TV System CABLE BOX Note: • When the RF coaxial cable is connected
Getting Start ed Installation How to connect the “1, 2, 3” Input Terminals Connects VCRs and other peripheral equipment (S-VHS VCR) S-VIDEO AUDIO Similar connections are available at the INPUT 1, 2, 3 input terminals. (P. 11) (VHS VCR) VIDEO AUDIO Similar connections are available at the INPUT 1, 2, 3 input terminals. Notes: • Similar connections are available at the INPUT 1, 2, 3 input terminals. • Input 3 is located on the side of the unit. • Select the desired VIDEO input position by pres
Installation How to connect the COMPONENT VIDEO Input Terminals Because each Y, PB, and PR signal is input independently, the Component signal allows for more accurate color reproduction. The Component signal output terminal indication will differ according to the output device ( Y, PB, PR). Please read the operating instructions included with the output device. DVD Player COMPONENT VIDEO AUDIO Notes: • Similar connections are available at the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 1-4 Terminals. • Select the
Getting Start ed Installation How to connect the AV OUT Terminals The “AV Out” Terminals output the same signals as the main picture on the projection display screen and sound from the speaker at that time, e.g. TV programs or signals from INPUT 1, 2, 3 terminals. Recording Equipment (VHS VCR) VIDEO AUDIO Stereo System (A Stereo Ampliﬁ er and Speakers) AUDIO Notes: • This unit contains Video and Audio Outputs for the purpose of recording television programming to VCR. Due to license restrict
Installation How to connect the RGB IN Terminals Connecting a PC to RGB IN COMPUTER Conversion adapter Example: (If necessary) PT-50LC14/PT-60LC14 R GB cable (D-SUB 15P) Connect a cable which matches the audio output terminal on the computer. PC audio cable (M3 stereo mini pin) RGB IN Terminal (D-SUB 15P) Pin Layouts Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal name 1R 9NC 11 12 13 14 15 10 Ground 2G 678 9 10 11 NC 1 2 3 45 3B 12 NC 4NC 13 HD/CSYNC 5NC Connection port view 6 Ground for R 14 VD 7 Ground
Getting Start ed Installation RGB signals that can be input The table below lists the different types of RGB signals that can be input. If a signal which differs greatly from any of the types listed below is input, the picture image may not be displayed correctly, or a black background may be displayed. At this time, “signal” will ﬂash in the on-screen display for about 5 seconds. Signal data Horizontal Mode type display No. of dots Vertical frequency frequency (H X V) (Hz) (kHz) VGA400 (70 Hz
Installation How to connect the HDMI Input Terminal About HDMI HDMI is the ﬁrst all digital consumer electronics A/V interface that supports several uncompressed standard, enhanced and high deﬁnition video format as well as all existing multi-channel audio formats. One jack supports both *1 *2 video and audio information. The HDMI/HDCP input can be connected to an EIA/CEA 861/861B compliant consumer electronic device, such as a set top box or DVD player equipped with a HDMI output connection
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