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LCD AV MONITOR
MONITEUR AV À
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MONITOR AV LCD
MONITOR AV DE TELA
DE CRISTAL LÍQUIDO
MANUAL DE MANEJO
MANUAL DE OPERAÇÃO
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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 voltage” within the product’s enclo- DO NOT OPEN 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 RI
ENGLISH ENGLISH OPERATION MANUAL Contents Page Page Safety Precautions ........................................................ 2 Adjusting the BRIGHT Settings ............................. 22 General Information ...................................................... 4 Adjusting the PICTURE Settings ........................... 23 Supplied Accessories ............................................... 4 Adjusting the SOUND Settings .............................. 25 Optional Accessories .............
Dear SHARP Customer Thank you for your purchase of a SHARP LCD product. To ensure safety and many years of trouble-free operation of your product, please read the Safety Precautions carefully before using this product. Safety Precautions Electricity is used to perform many useful functions, but it can also cause personal injuries and property damage if improperly handled. This product has been engineered and manufactured with the highest priority on safety. However, improper use can result in el
Adjustments to the Notes for Connecting Preparation Basic Operation Reference General Information On-Screen Display Connection to a Computer 16.Repair—If any of the following conditions occurs, unplug the power cord from the AC outlet, and request a qualified service person to perform repairs. a.When the power cord or plug is damaged. b.When a liquid was spilled on the product or when objects have fallen into the product. c.When the product has been exposed to rain or water. d.When the product d
ENGLISH FRANÇAIS General Information Supplied Accessories Make sure the following accessories are provided with the product. Remote Control Size AA Dry Battery Operation Manual (×1) Cable Clamp (×4) (×1) (×2) LC-28HM2 POWER INPUT AV INPUT 123 LCD AV MONITOR MONITEUR AV À COMPONENT PC 12 CRISTAUX LIQUIDES MUTE VOL OPERATION MANUAL MENU ENTER MODE D’EMPLOI LCD MONITOR Printed in Japan Printed on post-consumer recycled paper. Imprimé au Japon Imprimé sur du papier recyclé. TINS-XXXXCEZZ TINS-7335CE
General Information General Information Names of Parts Display For details on the use of each control, refer to the page number indicated in the brackets. Top view MAIN POWER – VOL + INPUT BRIGHTNESS INPUT button [p.14] MAIN POWER switch [p.14] VOL (+)/(–) button [p.15] BRIGHTNESS button [p.15] Front view OPTIONAL speaker system Table stand Remote sensor window [p.7] POWER/Standby indicator [p.14] Rear view AC power input terminal [p.9] Display input terminal [p.9] System cable cover [p.9] Sp
General Information AVC System Front view 1 S-VIDEO input terminal (AV INPUT 2) [p.12] AV INPUT 2 HEAD S-VIDEO VIDEO L-AUDIO-R PHONE 2 VIDEO input terminal (AV INPUT 2) [p.12] 3 AUDIO input terminal (AV INPUT 2) [p.12] 4 HEAD PHONE jack [p.8] 12 3 4 AV INPUT 2 HEAD S-VIDEO VIDEO L- AUDIO -R PHONE AVC SYSTEM POWER Rear view 2 5 6 8 9 RS-232C DISPLAY OUTPUT VIDEO COMPONENT 1 NTSC / PAL / SECAM 110-120V / (INPUT) AV INPUT 1 220-240V~ R-AUDIO-L YPB(CB)PR(CR) COMPONENT 2 S-VIDEO VIDEO R-AUDIO-L (IN
LCD MONITOR General Information Remote Control 1 Infrared transmitter window 1 2 POWER button [p.14] • To switch on the power, press this button. The POWER/Standby indicator lights up green. • To switch off the power, press this button. The POWER/Standby indicator lights up red. 3 INPUT button [p.14] Use this button to select an input source. AV-1 AV-2 COMPONENT1 POWER PC COMPONENT2 2 • The input source mode is skipped if the corre- INPUT sponding input terminal is not connected with
General Information Example of Application Using Headphones 9 You can use any pair of headphones ( / " [3.5mm] diameter mini-plug) to listen to the sound. 64 AV INPUT 2 HEAD S-VIDEO VIDEO L-AUDIO-R PHONE AV INPUT 2 HEAD S-VIDEO VIDEO L-AUDIO-R PHONE AVC SYSTEM POWER Commercially available 9 ( / " [3.5mm] diameter mini-jack, 16 ohms) 64 Indicator Note • When connecting headphones, the sound from the display speakers is muted. •“ ” indicator appears when a pair of headphones is connected. US 8
Preparation Preparation Connecting the Display and AVC System Use the supplied system cable. 1 Remove the back cover of the display. • Press both of your thumbs upwards against the two tabs on lower side of the cover (✩) and pull down the cover. 2 Remove the system cable cover. 3 1 Insert the system cable connectors into the display input terminal on the display and the output terminal on the AVC system until they click. 2 Connect the AC power cords to the AC power inputs on the display and the
Preparation 4 Mount the back cover of the display and the 1 system cable cover. 1 Insert the four tabs on the upper side of the cover (1) into the grooves on the rear of the display. 1 2 2 Press the two tabs on the lower side of the 1 1 1 cover (2) into the grooves on the rear of 2 3 the display until they produce a click sound. 3 Press the two tabs on the lower side of the 2 3 cover (3) into the grooves on the rear of 3 2 the display until they produce a click sound. 5 Connect desired external
Preparation Batteries for Remote Control If the remote control fails to operate the display, replace the batteries in the remote control. 1 Open the battery 2 Load the supplied AA 3 Close the battery compartment cover. batteries. compartment cover. • Slide the cover in the direction • Place the batteries with their • Slide the cover in the direction of the arrow. terminals corresponding to the of the arrow. (+) and (–) indications in the battery compartment. CAUTION Battery handling precautions
Preparation System Connection (Example) The following diagram shows an example of system connection, on which this Operation Manual is based. Display Optional speaker system (*1) Computer AC Power cord Cable Clamp System cable Remote Control 15-pin D-sub cable (*2) AC Power cord 39 12ft.5- /64" [3.8m] AVC System DVD Player RS-232C DISPLAY OUTPUT COMPONENT 1 VIDEO 110-120V / (INPUT) NTSC / PAL / SECAM 220-240V~ AV INPUT 1 R-AUDIO-L YPB(CB)PR(CR) COMPONENT 2 PC INPUT (INPUT) S-VIDEO R-AUDIO-L R-
Preparation If you connect your audio amplifier or system speakers to the unit, please refer to the system example below. Speaker Display Speaker Sold separately Amplifier AC Power cord Cable Clamp Audio Cable System cable (Sold separately) AVC System DVD Player RS-232C DISPLAY OUTPUT COMPONENT 1 VIDEO 110-120V / (INPUT) NTSC / PAL / SECAM 220-240V~ AV INPUT 1 R-AUDIO-L YPB(CB)PR(CR) COMPONENT 2 PC INPUT (INPUT) S-VIDEO R-AUDIO-L R-AUDIO-L Y PB(CB)PR(CR) AV INPUT 3 AUDIO VIDEO / AV OUT RGB VID
Basic Operation Turning on POWER When the POWER/Standby indicator is “OFF”: Press MAIN POWER on the top panel of the display. Top view If the power cannot be switched on by pressing MAIN POWER, first press MAIN POWER in the “OFF” position, then while keeping INPUT pressed, press MAIN POWER again. MAIN POWER BRIGHTNESS When the POWER/Standby indicator lights up “red”: Press POWER on the remote control. • When the power is switched on, the POWER/Standby indicator lights up green and a mode indicat
Basic Operation Basic Operation Adjusting BRIGHTNESS Press BRIGHTNESS and adjust the brightness of the display. INPUT BRIGHTNESS DARK BRIGHT NORMAL Indicator (Example) DARK Sound VOLUME Press VOL (+) to increase sound volume. Press VOL (–) to decrease sound volume. – VOL + INPUT Indicator * No sound is output under the following conditions. Mark Meaning Set to “Line output” with an external amplifier connected (page 13) When headphones are connected (page 8) By pressing MUTE on the remote
Basic Operation Adjusting the display’s position The display can be inclined between 10° to the front and 8° to the back. In addition it can be rotated from left to right and vice versa within a range of 20°. 8° 10° 10° 10° Cleaning Make sure to always switch the MAIN POWER button at the top of the display “OFF”, and then remove the AC power cord. If the screen becomes dirty, wipe it off with a damp cloth. Taking care of the screen of your LCD display • Never spray liquid directly on the display
Adjustments to the On-Screen Display Adjustments to the On-Screen Display Menu List The list below shows all the items you can set and adjust. See the following pages for details on each setup procedure. :Factory setting AV Mode PC Mode VIEW (p.18) SIDE BAR VIEW (p.18) SIDE BAR CINEMA CINEMA FULL WIDE DOT BY DOT BRIGHT. (p.22) BRIGHT BRIGHT. (p.22) BRIGHT NORMAL NORMAL DARK DARK PICTURE (p.23) NORMAL PICTURE (p.23) CONTRAST +30 MOVIE BRIGHT 0 GAME RED 0 SOUND (p.25) NORMAL BLUE 0 MOVIE RESET GA
Adjustments to the On-Screen Display Adjusting the VIEW Settings This menu allows you to select a picture size manually. Details of modes and adjustment items are described on the following pages. 1 Press MENU to display the Menu screen. NU VIEW BRIGHT Press \| to move the cursor to VIEW SIDE BAR and then press ENTER. SIDE BAR CINEMA WIDE POWER INPUT AV INPUT 123 COMPONENT PC 2 Press \| to move the cursor and select 12 NU VIEW BRIGHT the desired mode. MUTE VOL Then press ENTER. SIDE BAR CINEMA W
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