Sharp LC 20VM2 LC-20VM2 user manual

User manual for the device Sharp LC 20VM2 LC-20VM2

Device: Sharp LC 20VM2 LC-20VM2
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Date of adding : 2014-11-22 16:51:16
Number of pages: 31
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LC-20VM2
LC-20VM2
LCD AV MONITOR
MONITEUR AV À
CRISTAUX LIQUIDES
MONITOR AV LCD
MONITOR AV DE TELA
DE CRISTAL LÍQUIDO
SHARP CORPORATION
OPERATION MANUAL
OSAKA, JAPAN
MODE D’EMPLOI
MANUAL DE MANEJO
MANUAL DE OPERAÇÃO
PRINTED IN JAPAN
IMPRIMÉ AU JAPON
IMPRESO EN JAPÓN
IMPRESSO NO JAPÃO
TINS-6901CEZZ
TXXXX-A
PORTUGUÊS ESPAÑOL FRANÇAIS ENGLISH

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Important Information WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, CAUTION is intended to alert the user to the RISK OF ELECTRIC presence of uninsulated “dangerous SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN voltage” within the product’s enclo- sure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within a CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE R

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ENGLISH OPERATION MANUAL ENGLISH

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Contents Page Page Dear SHARP Customer ................................................. 2 Adjustment ................................................................... 12 Safety Precautions ........................................................ 2 Adjusting the PICTURE settings ........................... 12 Supplied Accessories ................................................... 4 Adjusting the SOUND settings .............................. 14 Preparation .....................................

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11.Power source—This product must operate on a power source specified on the specification label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply used in your home, consult your dealer or local power company. For units designed to operate on batteries or another power source, refer to the operating instructions. 12.Power cord protection—The power cords must be routed properly to prevent people from stepping on them or objects from resting on them. Check the cords at the plugs and product. 13.Reg

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Supplied Accessories Make sure the following accessories are provided with the product. Operation Manual (· 1) Wireless Remote Control (· 1) (TINS-6901CEZZ) (RRMCG1459CESA) ON/OFF MUTE MENU LC-20VM2 AV INPUT SELECT LCD AV MONITOR VOL VOL MONITEUR AV À – + CRISTAUX LIQUIDES MONITOR AV LCD MONITOR AV DE TELA DE CRISTAL LÍQUIDO SELECT OPERATION MANUAL MODE D’EMPLOI MANUAL DE MANEJO MANUAL DE OPERAÇÃO AC cord (· 1) Cable clamp (· 2) (QACCD3088CEZZ) (LHLDW1028CEZZ) 3 78- /4" (2m) *Product shape varie

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Preparation Power Connection Connect to DC input Plug into AC outlet. terminal of the product. Press the button before disconnecting the AC adapter from the main unit. Household power outlet *AC cord DC input terminal (DC13V) POWER INPUT DC13V AC adapter * Product shape varies in some countries Batteries for Remote Control If the remote control fails to operate monitor functions, replace the batteries in the remote control. 1 Open the battery 2 Insert batteries (two 3 Close the battery cover.

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Preparation Removing and mounting the back cover n Removal • Remove the back cover when inserting the cords into the terminals. • To remove the back cover, gently pull the part marked forward. 1 n Mounting • Insert the four hooks (1) into the cabinet. • Making the back cover bulge forward, insert the four hooks (2) into 2 2 the cabinet. • Press on the marked parts (3) until the two hooks on the bottom of the cover are locked in place with a click. 3 Clamping the connection cords • When mounting

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Names of Parts (Main Unit) Main Unit (Front View) Speakers Front Control section MENU - VOL + SELECT AV INPUT POWER POWER HEAD PHONE 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 Remote sensor window 5 SELECT buttons 2 HEAD PHONE jack 6 AV INPUT button 3 MENU button 7 POWER switch 4 VOL (+)/(–) buttons 8 POWER indicator * MENU button, VOL (+)/(–) buttons, SELECT buttons and AV INPUT button have the same function as those on the remote control. This manual describes button functions by referring to the buttons on the remote

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Names of Parts (Main Unit) Main Unit (Rear View) Rear Speaker (woofer) Rear terminal section NTSC / PAL / SECAM NTSC / PAL AV INPUT 1 AV INPUT 2 / AV OUT COMPONENT(INPUT) POWER INPUT AUDIO VIDEO S-VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO AUDIO DC13V ( ) ( ) CONTROL R L R L Y PB CB PR CR R L AUDIO INPUT RGB INPUT (VGA60Hz) 12 3 4 56q 7 8 9 0 1 RGB input terminal 7 AUDIO input terminal (AV INPUT 2/AV OUT) 2 AUDIO input terminal 8 VIDEO input terminal (AV INPUT 2/AV OUT) 3 CONTROL terminal 9 VIDEO input terminal (COMP

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Names of Parts (Remote Control) Remote control Infrared transmitter window ON/OFF MUTE Power ON/OFF Sound MUTE button button MENU AV INPUT AV INPUT button MENU button SELECT VOL VOL – + SELECT buttons SELECT VOL (+)/(–) buttons n The front control section of the main unit is also provided with the AV INPUT, SELECT, VOL (+)/(–) and MENU buttons. * This manual describes button functions by referring to the buttons on the remote control. Front Control section MENU - VOL + SELECT AV INPUT POWER POWE

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Basic Operation Turning on POWER n Press POWER, located on the front side of the main Control section of main unit unit. n When the Power indicator is red, press the POWER ON/OFF on the remote control to turn on the monitor. The Power indicator changes from red to green. t Screen (Video 1 mode) AV1 PAL 1Input mode indica- tion disappears after three seconds. MENU - VOL + SELECT AV INPUT POWER POWER HEAD PHONE Power Press indicator Switching AV INPUT AV1/AV2/COMPON

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Basic Operation Sound Volume n Press VOL (+) to increase sound volume. VOLUME 5ä The segment of indicator increases. ON/OFF MUTE n Press VOL (–) to decrease sound volume. VOLUME MENU 1ä AV INPUT The segment of indicator decreases. SELECT To mute sound VOL VOL n Press MUTE to temporarily turn off – + the sound. VOLUME ä Screen display flashes. SELECT n Press MUTE or VOL (+)/(–) to turn VOLUME the sound back to the previous level. 3ä Power ON/OFF standby n To turn off the monitor, press P

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Adjustment Adjusting the PICTURE settings 1 Press MENU to display the Menu MENU screen. PICTURE SOUND PRESET ON/OFF MUTE 2 Press SELECT to move the cursor MENU MENU AV INPUT PICTURE to PICTURE. SOUND SELECT PRESET VOL VOL 3 Press VOL (+)/(–) to display the PICTURE AV1 – + PICTURE Menu screen. CONTRAST [ ä] TINT [ ä] COLOR [ ä] BLACK LEVEL [ ä] SELECT SHARPNESS [ ä] RED [ ä] BLUE [ ä] COLOR SYSTEM [ AUTO] RESET

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Adjustment AV1,2, COMPONENT mode Selected item Press VOL (–) Press VOL (+) CONTRAST Decrease contrast Increase contrast 3ä Ð+ TINT + Ð Toward purple Toward green ä COLOR Lower color intensity Higher color intensity 3ä Ð+ BLACK LEVEL + Ð Less bright More bright ä Ð+ SHARPNESS + Ð Soft picture Hard picture ä Ð+ RED + Ð Less red level More red level ä Ð+ BLUE + Ð

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Adjustment Adjusting the SOUND settings 1 Press MENU to display the Menu MENU PICTURE screen. SOUND PRESET ON/OFF MUTE 2 Press SELECT to move the cursor MENU MENU AV INPUT PICTURE to SOUND. SOUND SELECT PRESET VOL VOL 3 Press VOL (+)/(–) to display the SOUND – + SPEAKER [ON] SOUND Menu screen. LINE OUT [ STABLE] TREBLE [ ä] BASS [ ä] SELECT BALANCE [ ä] RESET 4 Press SELECT to move the cursor SOUND SPEAKER [ON] and select the desired adjustment LINE OUT [ STABLE] i

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Adjustment Adjusting the PRESET settings n The preset items can be set by the user. 1 Press MENU to display the Menu MENU PICTURE screen. SOUND ON/OFF MUTE PRESET MENU AV INPUT 2 Press SELECT to move the cursor MENU PICTURE SELECT to PRESET. SOUND PRESET VOL VOL – + 3 Press VOL (+)/(–) to display the PRESET BRIGHTNESS [BRIGHT] PRESET screen. UPSIDE [NORMAL] RIGHT/LEFT [NORMAL] SELECT AV2 IN/OUT [IN ] AV1 LINE [NORMAL] SCREEN MODE [MODE 1] SELECT: ¥ ( ¥ ) ENT

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Adjustment Adjusting the FINE SYNC Settings(RGB mode only) n FINE SYNC settings can be adjusted in RGB mode only. 1 Press MENU to display the Menu MENU PICTURE screen. FINE SYNC ON/OFF MUTE SOUND PRESET MENU AV INPUT 2 Press SELECT to move the cursor MENU SELECT PICTURE to FINE SYNC. FINE SYNC SOUND PRESET VOL VOL – + 3 Press VOL(+)/(–) to display the FINE SYNC CLOCK [ ä] FINE SYNC screen. PHASE [ ä] H-POS [ ä] SELECT V-POS [ ä] RESET 4 P

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Connecting to computer This LCD AV monitor can be used as the monitor of personal computer. This unit can be used with the following type of computer and display mode. Horizontal scanning frequency Display mode Computer Clock frequency Note (Horizontal dots · Vertical lines) Vertical frequency IBM PC(DOS/V, PC/V, PC/AT) 31.4688 kHz 640· 480 25.175 MHz VGA and compatible computers 59.9405 Hz n Push off the hole cover for PC connection when the back cover is set. AUDIO INPUT RGB INPUT Hole cover

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Connecting to computer Connection Pin Assignments RGB input terminal: 15-pin mini D-sub female connector Pin No. Pin No. Signal Signal 5 4 3 2 1 1 9 Analog input(red) Not connected 2 10 Analog input(green) GND 3 11 Analog input(blue) GND 4 12 Not connected Not connected 5 13 Composite sync Horizontal sync signal 6 14 GND (Analog red) Vertical sync signal 7 15 GND (Analog green) Not connected 10 9 8 7 6 8 GND (Analog blue) 15 14 13 12 11 CONTROL terminal: 9-pin mini Din female connector Pin No. S


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