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ICS-SP20 User Manual TABLE OF CONTENT 1 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................2 2 SUPPORTED IR TRANSMITTER(S) AND BASIC KEY FUNCTIONS .......................................2 3 QUICK START GUIDE .......................................................................................................................3 4 SONY DISPLAY SETTINGS..................................................
ICS-SP20 User Manual 1 Introduction The ICS-SP20 is a high quality TV Tuner/Scaler. The ICS-SP20 supports advanced functionality, like video format /scan rate conversions, audio effects, Closed Captioning decoding and output, V-Chip functions, cloning capabilities (using the control port), Sleep Timer, etc. The ICS-SP20 expands on the displays capabilities with its own internal menu systems and advanced features. 2 Supported IR transmitter(s) and basic key functions The ICS-SP
ICS-SP20 User Manual Fig. 1 IR Remote Function ON Switch Power on STBY Switch Power off ENTER Select option in menu Also finishes input in dialog panels VOLUME + Raises volume level VOLUME - Lowers volume level ARROWS When menu active – move the cursor up/down/left/right CHROMA Exit the current menu or dialog ID OFF Displays the Menu CONTRAST + Channel Up CONTRAST - Channel Down 0..9, digits When no dialog input active – directly enter tuner channel number to switch to. When
ICS-SP20 User Manual VSHIFT buttons inside the ICS-SP20 menus and make adjustments using the directional arrows until you fill the screen and align the image to your preferred setting. TVs and Displays often "overscan" the image slightly to ensure that difference in channel signals are not reflected on the screen. You may choose to "overscan" the image and confirm that the image is filled on the screen for different channels used. 5 LED functions The two LEDs located on the ICS-S
ICS-SP20 User Manual 6 Connections 6.1 A/V & Control connectors • Composite video input • S-Video input (4-pin mini DIN) • Audio inputs (Left and Right RCA Phono are shared for Video and S-Video) • IR Input for direct connection of IR from IR control devices. Example of interconnections for a display device, ICS-SP20, DVD/VCR (or other source of video), and TV antenna or cable is shown below. Note that standard RCA cables for audio and video connections, standard S-Video cable, or RF
ICS-SP20 User Manual 7 Operating the ICS-SP20 The ICS-SP20 has many advanced features to enhance the typical viewing and usability of a TV Tuner. To select the ICS-SP20 use the Sony remote to select the Option card slot YPbPr. A user can switch the unit on or off, control volume level, switch the current TV channel, either directly entering channel number, or browsing through valid channels using Channel +/- keys (usually Arrow Up/Down key on a remote controller). “Valid” channels ar
ICS-SP20 User Manual Keys: 0-9 Dialog: “SWITCH TO” – enter new channel number, several digits can be entered if necessary. Channel is switched to after a 3 seconds timeout (since the most recent digit is entered) or after pressing TV/Video/FM or R key. Key: “ID OFF” Enter the main configuration menu. See the Menu System chapter Key: “Chroma” Enter selections for the menu. Key: “ON/STBY” Switch ICS-SP20 power on/off. The display panel is switched accordingly if it is connecte
ICS-SP20 User Manual 7.3 General Settings This menu allows control of various “general” aspects of ICS-SP20 behavior. Note that the *-marked options are accessible only in Service mode, and not in Stand-alone mode. A/V Input – Allows user to select the audio/video input source (among the built-in Tuner and available AV-inputs) Current time – Allows to set the current time Sleep timer – Allows user to set the sleep timer 7.4 Video Settings Brightness -- Controls the brigh
ICS-SP20 User Manual 7.5 Audio Settings Volume -- Selects the current (default) volume level Spatial Effect -- Specifies the strength of 3D-spatial effect 7.6 Tuner Settings Default Chan -- Specifies the default channel, which will be selected upon ICS-SP20 power-up. If this default channel is set to “0” -- the default channel will be the last channel selected before the ICS-SP20 was powered off. Rename Current Channel -- Change the text label assigned to the curren
ICS-SP20 User Manual Add/Remove Channels – Allows user to add or remove channels (edit the “validity mask”) manually. Map A/V Input to Channel – Allows user to make an association between a channel number and the AV inputs. 7.7 Panel Settings This menu controls various aspects of interaction with Sony display. This menu is accessible in Service mode only (not in Stand-alone). All these parameters do not affect behavior of ICS-SP20, they are transferred to Display Panel. If the
ICS-SP20 User Manual Orbit Enable -- Allows the enabling of Orbit mode on a per channel basis. Orbit Range -- Selects how much orbit movement will occur. Orbit Cycle -- Determines how often it will orbit. 7.8 CC Settings This menu control Closed Caption decoder – CC signal type, and CC text color. CC State -- CC decoder state: Off – Closed Caption output is switched off. Foreground -- Color for CC text foreground. Background -- Color for CC text background. 7.9 V-Chip S
ICS-SP20 User Manual If the password is reset, the user is prompted to enter new password on his/her first access to V-Chip limit. For all subsequent accesses the user will have to use the password that was specified during the first access. In the event the password is forgotten the V-Chip settings can reset by holding the enter button for 5 sec. When prompted for the password enter right, left, right, left, enter and it will be reset to default values. 7.10 Troubleshooting Symp
ICS-SP20 User Manual 8 Specifications 8.1 Applicable signals Color system: NTSC (RF and AV inputs) Scanning format: 525i (480i), 525p (480p) Receiving RF signals – US Standard Air, US Standard Cable, Cable HRC, Cable IRC Supported audio standards: auto-detection, BTSC-STEREO, BTSC-MONO+SAP 8.2 Connection terminals Video IN (RCA) S-Video IN (Mini DIN 4pin) Audio Left Right – RCA Phono ANT (aerial) IN – RF UHF/VHF Sony Service Port – RJ11 IR IN – 3.5mm TRS (Tip – Signal, Ri
ICS-SP20 User Manual 9 Limited Warranty Aurora Multimedia Corp. Warrants that this product is free of defects in both materials and workmanship for a period of 24 months for parts and labor from date of purchase. During the warranty period, and upon proof of purchase, the product will be repaired or replaced (with same or similar model) at our option without charge for parts or labor for the specified warranty period (24 months parts and labor). This warranty shall not apply if any of
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