Philips 236G3DH user manual

User manual for the device Philips 236G3DH

Device: Philips 236G3DH
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Date of adding : 2013-09-24 16:36:25
Number of pages: 43
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236G3DH
www .philips.com/w elcome
EN User man ual 1
Customer care and war r anty 31
T roub leshooting & F A Qs 36

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Table of Contents 1. Important ...............................................1 1.1 Saf ety precautions and maintenance . 1 1.2 Notational Descr iptions ...... ...................... 2 1.3 Disposal of product and packing mater ial .......... ..................................................... 3 1.4 Impor tant saf ety inf or mation bef ore viewing 3D ........... ............................................. 4 2. Setting up the monitor .......................5 2.1 Installati

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1. Important • P l e a s e u s e a p p r ov e d p o w e r c o r d p r ov i d e d 1. Important b y P h i l i p s a l l t h e t i m e . I f y o u r p o w e r c o r d i s m i s s i n g , p l e a s e c o n t a c t w i t h y o u r l o c a l This electronic user’ s guide is intended f or s e r v i c e c e n t e r . ( P l e a s e r e f e r t o C u s t o m e r an y one who uses the Philips monitor . T ak e time C a r e C o n s u m e r I n f o r m a t i o n C e n t e r ) to read this user man ua

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1. Important • T e m p e r a t u r e : 0 - 4 0 ° C 3 2 - 9 5 ° F 1.2 Notational Descriptions • Humidity: 20-80% RH The f ollo wing subsections descr ibe notational • I M P O R T A N T : A l w a y s a c t i v a t e a m ov i n g con v entions used in this document. s c r e e n s a v e r p r o g r a m w h e n y o u l e a v e y o u r m o n i t o r u n a t t e n d e d . A l w a y s a c t i v a t e Notes, Cautions and Warnings a p e r i o d i c s c r e e n r e f r e s h a p p l i c a t i o

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1. Important Recycling Information for Customers 1.3 Disposal of product and packing Y our displa y is man ufactured with high quality material mater ials and components which can be Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment- recycled and reused. WEEE T o lear n more about our recycling progr am p l e a s e v i s i t w w w . p h i l i p s . c o m / a b o u t / s u s t a i n a b i l i t y / recycling . This mar king on the product or on its packaging illustr ates that, under European D

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1. Important Care for the glasses 1.4 Important safety information • Do not expose the 3D glasses to direct before viewing 3D sunlight, heat, f ire or water . This ma y result Optimal 3D viewing in a prod uct malfunction or f ire . For an optimal 3D viewing exper ience , w e • Do not drop , bend or appl y f orce to the recommend that y ou: lenses of the 3D glasses. • Use a clean soft cloth (microf iber or • Sit at a distance that is at l

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2. Setting up the monitor Install base stand 2. Setting up the monitor 1. Place the monitor face do wn on a soft and smooth surface to a v oid scr atching or damaging the screen. 2.1 Installation Package contents 2 3 6G3D H 2. Hold the monitor base stand with both hands and f ir ml y inser t the base stand into the base column. VGA (o ptional) HDMI (optional) Audio cable (optional) Snap-on 3D Glasses 3D Glasses 5

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2. Setting up the monitor Connecting to your PC Note The 3D glasses are designed f or 3D viewing onl y . It is v er y impor tant that y ou use the 3D glasses b undled with the monitor . If y ou sit outside of the specif ied 3D viewing angle or distance when viewing 3D images, the 3D images ma y look o v er lapped or not sho wn 5 4 proper l y . 4 6 1 A C po w er input 2 V GA input 3 HDMI inputs (HDMI1 and HDMI2) 4 HDMI audio o utput 5 Kensington anti-theft loc

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2. Setting up the monitor 3D hot key: 2.2 Operating the monitor Front view product description  3        7 6 5 4 2 1   Sw i t c h m o ni t o r ’ s p o w e r ON a nd  OFF . 1. 2D-3D: Y ou can view 3D image f or 2D Access the OSD men u . content if “2D-3D” function is on. Conf ir m the OSD adjustment. 2. 3D(A UT O): user can select f or belo w tw o Adjust the OSD men u. applicat

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2. Setting up the monitor Video f or mats as belo w: When 3D tur n on, 3D mar k will sho w on the screen of the upper r ight cor ner f or 5 seconds. 3. L-R(side b y side): VGA (D-sub) for 3D application: please select “Setup  Auto (auto adjustment)” function in OSD men u, to mak e sure cor rect oper ation f or Left Right 3D function. It will encounter picture flicking if image image y ou do not ex ecute “Auto”. 4. R-L(side b y side): Right Left image image Note T

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2. Setting up the monitor The OSD Menu Resolution notification Belo w is an o v er all view of the str ucture of This monitor is designed f or optimal the On-Screen Displa y . Y ou can use this as a perf or mance at its nativ e resolution, 1920 × ref erence when y ou want to w or k y our wa y 1080 @ 60 Hz. When the monitor is po w ered around the diff erent adjustments later on. on at a diff erent resolution, an aler t is displa y ed on screen: Use 1920 × 1080 @ 60 Hz f or best

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2. Setting up the monitor Remove the base 2.3 Remove Base Stand and Base 1. Y ou ma y use a flathead screwdr iv er to stick Remove the Base Stand into tw o release hols on the hinge co v er , Bef ore y ou star t disassemb ling the monitor and gentl y pr y the hinge co v er to ha v e it base , please f ollo w the instr uctions belo w to remo v ed. a v oid an y possib le damage or injur y . 1. Place the monitor face do wn on a smooth surface , taking

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3. Image Optimization 3. The Smar tImage on screen displa y will 3. Image Optimization remain on screen f or 5 seconds, or y ou can also press "OK" to mak e conf ir mation. 4. When Smar tImage is enab led, the sRGB 3.1 SmartImage scheme is disab led automaticall y . T o use sRGB , y ou need to disab le Smar tImage What is it? with the b utton at the front bez el of Smar tImage pro vides presets that optimiz e y our monitor . d i s p l a

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3. Image Optimization mo ving objects on screen, enhance contr ast 3.3 Philips SmartControl Premium r atio f or br ight and dar k scheme , this The new Smar tControl Premium software prof ile deliv er s the best gaming exper ience b y Phillips allo ws y ou to control y our monitor f or gamer s. via an easy to use on-screen gr aphic interface . • Economy: Under this prof ile , br ightness, Complicated adjustments are a thing of the contr ast are adjusted a

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3. Image Optimization • Y o u c a n g o t o P l u g - i n m e n u t o l a u n c h w i z a r d l a t e r o n a s w e l l . • Y o u c a n a d j u s t m o r e o p t i o n s w i t h o u t w i z a r d by S t a n d a r d p a n e . Start with Standard pane Adjust menu • A d j u s t M e n u a l l o w y o u t o a d j u s t B r i g h t - n e s s , C o n t r a s t , F o c u s , P o s i t i o n a n d R e s o - l u t i o n . • Y o u c a n f o l l o w t h e i n s t r u c t i o n a n d d o t h e

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3. Image Optimization Color menu • C o l o r M e n u a l l o w y o u t o a d j u s t R G B , B l a c k L e v e l , W h i t e P o i n t , C o l o r C a l i b r a - t i o n , a n d S m a r t I m a g e ( P l e a s e r e f e r t o S m a r t I m a g e s e c t i o n ) . • Y o u c a n f o l l o w t h e i n s t r u c t i o n a n d d o t h e a d j u s t m e n t . • R e f e r t o b e l o w t a b l e f o r s u b - m e n u i t e m b a s e o n y o u r i n p u t . • E x a m p l e f o r C o l o

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3. Image Optimization 3. Quick View loads the bef ore/after images. SmartImage Allo ws user to change setting f or better displa y 4. T o retur n to Color home pane , click the setting based on content. Cancel b utton. 5. Enab le color calibr ation - b y default is on. When Enter tainment is set, Smar tContr ast and If uncheck ed, does not allo w f or color Smar tResponse are enab led. calibr ation to happen, dimes out star t and quick view

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3. Image Optimization Options menu Options>Preferences - Will onl y be activ e when selecting Pref erences from the drop- Theft Deter rence P ane will onl y be activ e when do wn Options men u. On a non-suppor ted selecting Theft Deter rence Mode from the displa y capab le of DDC/CI, onl y the Help and drop-do wn Plug Ins men u. Options tabs are a vailab le . T o enab le Theft Deter rence , clicking Enab le • D i s p l a y s c u r r e n t p r e f e r e n c e s e t t i n g s . T

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3. Image Optimization s e t t o r u n a t s t a r t u p w i l l n o t l o a d w h e n Options>Audio - Will onl y be activ e when t h i s b o x i s u n c h e c k e d ( D i s a b l e d ) . selecting Audio from the drop-do wn Options men u. • E n a b l e t r a n s p a r e n c y m o d e ( W i n d o w s 7 , V i s t a , X P ) . D e f a u l t i s 0 % O p a q u e . On a non-suppor ted displa y capab le of DDC/ Options>Input - Will onl y be activ e when CI, onl y the Help and Options tabs a

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3. Image Optimization Help menu Context Sensitive menu Help>User Manual - Will onl y be activ e when The Context Sensitiv e men u is Enab led b y selecting User M an ual from the drop-do wn default. If Enab le Context Men u has been Help men u. On a non-suppor ted displa y check ed in the Options>Pref erences pane , then capab le of DDC/CI, onl y the Help and Options the men u will be visib le . tabs are a vailab le . The Context Men u has f our entr ies: • SmartControl Premium


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