OMPLTV26CM.book Page i Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Product Cautions TO PREVENT POSSIBLE DANGER, ELECTRIC SHOCK, AND OTHER INJURIES WHEN HANDLING YOUR DISPLAY, PLEASE BE AWARE OF OF ALL WARNINGS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS LISTED BELOW. Never spill any liquid of any kind on the display. Never insert anything into the display, where objects can come into contact with high voltage nodes or damage internal components.
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Caution: To comply with the limits for an FCC Class B computing device, the user should use the shielded signal cable and power cord supplied with the unit.
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 2 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Unpacking Your New Display Before using your new display, you should unpack the contents of the box and check to make sure everything is present and undamaged. To unpack the display: 1.
A TV signal may come from a cable box, satellite receiver, antenna, or similar device. To connect a TV signal source to the display, connect a coax cable between the adapter and TV signal source (for example, a cable box, satellite receiver, or antenna).
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 4 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Setting Up the Display Connecting to Composite Video Output Devices Many video devices, such as VCRs, DVD players, video game systems, and camcorders, have composite video outputs. Composite video uses one RCA cable to transmit video information and generally provides lower quality than S-Video and component video (see below).
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 5 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Connecting to Component Video Output Devices High-quality video devices, such as HDTV receivers and high-end DVD players, have component video outputs. Component video uses three RCA connections to transmit video information. Because the information is split into three signals, component video offers higher quality than composite video and S-Video.
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 6 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Setting Up the Display Connecting to a Video Input System There is a composite video output on the display that may be used to transmit the currently displayed video to other video input devices, such as video recorders or other displays.
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 7 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM In Mac OS X, select System Preferences under the Apple menu. Open the Displays panel and select the Display tab. Select the desired resolution from the list. 2. Connect the VGA cable included in the accessories box between the VGA output on the computer and the VGA input on the display.
• YPbPr1 • YPbPr2 • VGA To switch the audio/video source directly to TV, press the TV button on the remote. Note: If Picture-in-Picture is enabled, the TV button will not function. Adjusting the Volume The audio volume may be adjusted from the remote or the top of the display.
Operating the Display Selecting the Television Channel The television channel may be selected from the remote or the top of the display. To change the channel: 1. Ensure the source is set to TV. 2. Press the CH and CH buttons.
Select Air if you are using an antenna. Select one of the Cable options if you are connecting directly to a cable TV wall outlet. Contact your cable service provider to find out which system is in use in your area. Cable or Cable IRC will work with most systems.
Sets the signal source directly to TV Note: This button will not function when Picture-in-Picture is enabled (see below). Selects the signal source: TV, AV1, AV2, AV3, S-Video, YPbPr1, YPbPr2, or VGA If Picture-In-Picture is enabled (see below), pressing this button once will select the primary window.
Note: You cannot change the aspect ratio when Picture-in-Picture is active (see below). Used to navigate display menus In addition, the VOL and VOL buttons adjust the volume, and the CH and CH buttons change the channel when the signal source is set to TV.
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 13 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Button(s) Note: To use a universal remote with your display, program the remote to control any NEC television. Replacing the Remote Batteries The remote requires two AAA batteries, which are held in a small enclosure on the rear of the remote.
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 14 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Configuring the Display The On-Screen Display (OSD) allows you to configure the operation of the LCD. You can change video and audio settings, activate and configure Picture-in-Picture (PIP) and closed captioning, select television channels, control access to mature programming, and configure other general display behavior.
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 15 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Video The Video menu allows you to change the display’s video settings. You can adjust the following parameters: Contrast Sets the variation between light and dark colors Brightness Sets the brightness of the display image Saturation Sets the saturation of color in the display image Sets the intensity of color in the display image...
• Stop Time—The time at which the timer will turn the display off/on (see Display below) • Channel—The TV channel the timer switches to when it turns the display on • Activate—Activates and deactivates the timer. The options are On, Off, and Once (the timer will go off once and then deactivate).
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 17 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Format Controls the aspect ratio used by the display: 4:3 or Full (16:9—widescreen). Note: You cannot change the aspect ratio when PIP is active (see “PIP” on page 17). Closed Caption Turns closed captioning on and off and selects the closed captioning channel used.
Significance General audiences (all ages) Parental guidance suggested (some material may not be suitable for children) Mode Position Miscellaneous Block MPAA Rating Block TV Rating Channel Lock Change Password Clear All Miscellaneous Input Your Password Please PG-13 NC-17 Blocked Rating...
NC-17 No one under 17 admitted Adults only (no one under 17 admitted) • Block TV Rating—A sub-menu that sets the TV PG rating level (listed on the left) the V-Chip will block without a password. Specific types of mature content (listed across the top) can be blocked for some of the ratings.
All Reset Resets all display options to factory-default settings The TV menu allows you to select the television signal type, select which television channels are available for viewing, manually or automatically, and give a name to each channel. It contains the following menu items:...
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 21 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM The PC menu allows you to change the video options used with a VGA video source. You can adjust the following parameters: Contrast Sets the variation between light and dark colors Brightness Sets the brightness of the display image Color Temperature...
Adjust the contrast and/or brightness until picture appears. Make sure the signal cable(s) are firmly connected. Check the TV signal. If using an antenna, adjust the position for better signal. If using cable or satellite TV, contact your service provider.
OMPLTV26CM.book Page 23 Friday, September 30, 2005 9:45 AM Symptom Possible Cause Distorted Display format set image incorrectly “Out of VGA input signal is Range” not in a supported message on mode screen Red, green, Inherent LCD blue, or white characteristics dots on screen Remote...
• Any cost incurred in shipping the product for repair. • Signal reception problems caused by external antenna, cable systems, or interference. • Incompatibility due to a change in TV/CATV broadcast systems after the product was sold. • Batteries. • Images burnt on to the screen.
• Damaged because it is improperly connected to any other equipment. • If the original proof of purchase cannot be supplied. • If the identifiable markings on the TV such as Serial # are defaced, unrecognizable, or missing. • The product is used outside the country in which it was originally sold.