Philips 273G3D user manual

User manual for the device Philips 273G3D

Device: Philips 273G3D
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Date of adding : 2013-12-31 16:36:35
Number of pages: 45
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273G3D
www.philips.com/welcome
EN User manual 1
Customer care and warranty 33
Troubleshooting & FAQs 38

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Table of Contents 1. Important ................................................1 1.1 Safety precautions and maintenance ...1 1.2 Notational Descriptions .............................2 1.3 Disposal of product and packing material ................................................................3 1.4 Important safety information before viewing 3D .........................................................4 2. Setting up the monitor .........................5 2.1 Installation .......................

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1. Important • Please use approved power cord provided 1. Important by Philips all the time. If your power cord is missing, please contact with your local This electronic user’s guide is intended for service center. (Please refer to Customer anyone who uses the Philips monitor. Take time Care Consumer Information Center) to read this user manual before you use your • Do not subject the monitor to severe monitor. It contains important information and vibration or high impact conditions d

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1. Important • Temperature: 0-40°C 32-95°F 1.2 Notational Descriptions • Humidity: 20-80% RH The following subsections describe notational • IMPORTANT: Always activate a moving conventions used in this document. screen saver program when you leave your monitor unattended. Always activate Notes, Cautions and Warnings a periodic screen refresh application Throughout this guide, blocks of text may be if your monitor will display unchanging accompanied by an icon and printed in bold or stat

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1. Important Recycling Information for Customers 1.3 Disposal of product and packing Your display is manufactured with high quality material materials and components which can be Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment- recycled and reused. WEEE To learn more about our recycling program please visit www.philips.com/about/sustainability/ recycling. This marking on the product or on its packaging illustrates that, under European Directive 2002/96/EC governing used electrical and electroni

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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, fire or water. This may result Optimal 3D viewing in a product malfunction or fire. For an optimal 3D viewing experience, we • Do not drop, bend or apply force to the recommend that you: lenses of the 3D glasses. • Use a clean soft cloth (microfiber or • Sit at a distance that is at least 45cm cotton flannel) to clean the lenses to avoid • Watch the

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2. Setting up the monitor Install base stand 2. Setting up the monitor 1. Place the monitor face down on a soft and smooth surface to avoid scratching or damaging the screen. 2.1 Installation Package contents Register your product and get support at 273G3D www.philips.com/welcome Quick Start 2. Hold the monitor base stand with both hands and firmly insert the base stand into the base column. VGA (optional) HDMI (optional) Audio cable (optional) 3D Glasses Kit 5

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2. Setting up the monitor Connecting to your PC Connecting your 3D Glasses Kit to 273G3D monitor How to use your wireless 3D glasses: 4 5 IR Receiver 4 LED Indicator Power Switch 1 AC s input 2 VGA input 3 HDMI inputs (HDMI1 and HDMI2) 4 HDMI audio output Micro USB Port (charging) 5 Kensington anti-theft lock 1. Power on: Press “Power Switch”. The red Connect to PC “LED Indicator” will be on for 2 seconds. 1. Connect the power cord to the back of 2. Power off: Press “Power Switch” to

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2. Setting up the monitor Before viewing 3D: 2.2 Operating the monitor Front view product description A B A Emitter Connection 5 B 3D Glasses Charging 7 64 32 Access the OSD menu. USB Cable red Confirm the OSD adjustment. green Return to previous OSD level. Change the signal input source. A Connect emitter to monitor. Switch monitor’s power ON and B Charge your 3D glasses before using. OFF. 3D glasses LED indicator: Adjust the OSD menu. 1. Red light blinks every 2 sec: Battery is 3D

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2. Setting up the monitor 3D hot key: 3. R-L(side by side): Right Left image image 4. Top-Bottom: Top image Bottom image 5. Bottom-Top: Bottom image 1. 3D(AUTO) : user can select for below two applications: Top image • Game console/Blu-ray player: the ones support HDMI 1.4a 3D • PC Game/Video: by using TriDef 3D 6. Off: 3D function off. Note FULL SCREEN is an essential setting when viewing 3D images. FOR AUTO 3D VIEWING, HDMI 1.4a IS REQUIRED. 3D can al

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2. Setting up the monitor When 3D turn on, 3D mark will show on the The OSD Menu screen of the upper right corner for 5 seconds. Below is an overall view of the structure of And a white point on the screen of the upper the On-Screen Display. You can use this as a left corner. reference when you want to work your way around the different adjustments later on. VGA (D-sub) for 3D application: please select “SetupAuto (auto adjustment)” function in Main menu Sub menu OSD menu, to make sure

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2. Setting up the monitor Resolution notification 2.3 Remove Base Stand and Base This monitor is designed for optimal Remove the Base Stand performance at its native resolution, 1920 × 1080 @ 60 Hz. When the monitor is powered Before you start disassembling the monitor on at a different resolution, an alert is displayed base, please follow the instructions below to on screen: Use 1920 × 1080 @ 60 Hz for best avoid any possible damage or injury. results. 1. Place the monitor face down on

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2. Setting up the monitor Remove the base Application condition: For standard VESA mounting . 1. Place the monitor face down on a soft and smooth surface to avoid scratching or damaging the screen. 2. Remove 3 screws and then remove the base from the monitor. Note This monitor accepts a 100mm x 100mm VESA-Compliant mounting interface. 100mm 100mm 11

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3. Image Optimization 3. The SmartImage on screen display will 3. Image Optimization remain on screen for 5 seconds, or you can also press "OK" to make confirmation. 4. When SmartImage is enabled, the sRGB 3.1 SmartImage scheme is disabled automatically. To use sRGB, you need to disable SmartImage What is it? with the button at the front bezel of SmartImage provides presets that optimize your monitor. display for different types of content, dynamically Except using key to scroll down,

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3. Image Optimization • Game: Turn on over drive circuit for best 3.3 Philips SmartControl Premium response time, reduce jaggy edges for fast The new SmartControl Premium software moving objects on screen, enhance contrast by Phillips allows you to control your monitor ratio for bright and dark scheme, this via an easy to use on-screen graphic interface. profile delivers the best gaming experience Complicated adjustments are a thing of the for gamers. past as this user friendly softwar

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3. Image Optimization • You can go to Plug-in menu to launch wizard later on as well. • You can adjust more options without wizard by Standard pane. Start with Standard pane Adjust menu • Adjust Menu allow you to adjust Bright- ness, Contrast, Focus, Position and Reso- lution. • You can follow the instruction and do the adjustment. • Cancel prompts user if you want to cancel installation. 14

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3. Image Optimization Color menu • Color Menu allow you to adjust RGB, Black Level, White Point, Color Calibra- tion, and SmartImage (Please refer to SmartImage section). • You can follow the instruction and do the adjustment. • Refer to below table for sub-menu item base on your input. • Example for Color Calibration. 1. "Show Me" starts color calibration tutorial. 2. Start - starts the 6-step color calibration sequence. 15

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3. Image Optimization 3. Quick View loads the before/after images. SmartImage 4. To return to Color home pane, click the Allows user to change setting for better display Cancel button. setting based on content. 5. Enable color calibration - by default is on. When Entertainment is set, SmartContrast and If unchecked, does not allow for color SmartResponse are enabled. calibration to happen, dimes out start and quick view buttons. 6. Must have patent info in calibration screen. First color

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3. Image Optimization Options menu Options>Preferences - Will only be active when selecting Preferences from the drop- Theft Deterrence Pane will only be active when down Options menu. On a non-supported selecting Theft Deterrence Mode from the display capable of DDC/CI, only the Help and drop-down Plug Ins menu. Options tabs are available. To enable Theft Deterrence, clicking Enable • Displays current preference settings. Theft Deterrence Mode button brings up the following screen: • A

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3. Image Optimization set to run at startup will not load when Options>Audio - Will only be active when this box is unchecked (Disabled). selecting Audio from the drop-down Options menu. • Enable transparency mode (Windows 7, Vista, XP). Default is 0% Opaque. On a non-supported display capable of DDC/ Options>Input - Will only be active when CI, only the Help and Options tabs are available. selecting Input from the drop-down Options menu. On a non-supported display capable of DDC/CI, only


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