Pioneer Kuro Elite PRO-101FD Operating Instructions Manual

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  • Page 2 IMPORTANT The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. Read these instructions.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Congratulations on purchasing a Pioneer Elite KURO monitor. At Pioneer, everything we do is designed to alter perceptions, to shatter expectations, to change the way people feel about sight and sound. This exclusive series of Elite KURO monitors does just that. The result of a special limited run created for the entertainment purist, this monitor was designed to excel under the most demanding situations, to be fully customizable to the most particular tastes and to transcend the ordinary.
  • Page 4 6.1.3 Issue a Library Search for a Manufacturer Code ...47 6.1.4 Clear Added Manufacturer Codes from the Remote Control ...48 6.1.5 Control a Pioneer Receiver ...48 6.1.6 Control a Cable (CBL) or Satellite (SAT) System...49 6.1.7 Control a Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) ...50 6.1.8 Control a DVD Player/DVR Recorder/BD Player ...51...
  • Page 5 TABLE OF CONTENTS 6.9 Assign a Serial Number ... 69 6.9.1 Assign an ID Number ... 69 6.9.2 Assign a Baud Rate... 70 6.10 Select the Integrator Mode ... 70 6.10.1 Explore the Integrator Mode Menus ... 71 7 Helpful Information ...75 7.1 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) ...
  • Page 6: Introduction To The Flat Panel Displays

    1 Introduction to the Flat Panel Displays The Pioneer Flat Panel Display models include the 60-inch PRO-141FD and the 50-inch PRO-101FD (screen sizes measured diagonally). Below is a list of all accessories shipped with your panel. If an item is missing, please contact your dealer or our Service organization immediately.
  • Page 7: Control Options: Get To Know Your Flat Panel Display

    Introduction to the Flat Panel Displays 1.2 Control Options: Get to Know Your Flat Panel Display You can operate your flat panel display from the panel buttons or with the remote control. The following sections provide button locations/operations for the panel and the remote control. 1.2.1 Control Buttons and More on the Flat Panel Display Your flat panel display has buttons, indicators, and sensors on the lower front bezel with more buttons on the rear...
  • Page 8: Operating The Remote Control

    Introduction to the Flat Panel Displays 1.2.2 Operating the Remote Control The remote control for the flat panel display is a powerful tool. This section provides a brief introduction to your remote control while later sections explore more advanced operations. Insert the Batteries into the Remote Control To open, push and slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrows.
  • Page 9 Introduction to the Flat Panel Displays Remote Control Issues There are a small number of issues that can affect your remote control but the most common is weak batteries. Weak batteries in the remote control can cause communication to fail or only operate sporadically. In this situation, try moving closer to the panel and attempt to control the panel with the remote.
  • Page 10: Buttons On The Remote Control

    Introduction to the Flat Panel Displays 1.2.3 Buttons on the Remote Control Except for a few options, commands available through the buttons on the flat panel display are duplicated on the remote control. The remote control can be programmed to control other equipment such as a DVD Player, Surround Sound system, etc.
  • Page 11 Introduction to the Flat Panel Displays Remote: Right side buttons (top to bottom, left to right) MONITOR INPUT SPLIT INPUT SWAP SHIFT 17 18 AUTO SCREEN FREEZE SELECTION SET UP SIZE KURO LINK ENTER DISPLAY INFO P/CH MUTING EXIT USER MENU TOP MENU TOOLS GUIDE...
  • Page 12: Install Your Flat Panel Display

    Install Your Flat Panel Display 2 Install Your Flat Panel Display There are several installation options for your flat panel display. This chapter walks you through how to choose an installation site, the best mounting methods, and how to install your panel. 2.1 Use the Optional Table Top Stand (Stand) or Equivalent Items •...
  • Page 13: Use The Optional Brackets Or Equivalent Items

    Install Your Flat Panel Display 2.2 Use the Optional Brackets or Equivalent Items • Consult your dealer • Use the following mounting holes for installation Rear view (PRO-141FD) Mounting hole Rear view (PRO-101FD) Mounting hole Mounting hole Note: Some installation options require a different type of bolt. Check with your installer or dealer to purchase the appropriate bolt(s).
  • Page 14: Check The Location For Suitability

    Install Your Flat Panel Display 2.2.1 Check the Location for Suitability When choosing the location for your panel, there are several factors to keep in mind. The installation site should be out of direct sunlight and have sufficient ventilation around the flat panel display to allow cooling. The diagram below is an example of a stand-mounted panel with proper ventilation.
  • Page 15: Mount The Flat Panel Display

    Install Your Flat Panel Display 2.2.3 Mount the Flat Panel Display Because your flat panel display is slim but heavy, have at least two people mount and/or position the panel. The following sections provide instructions for the different mounting and anchoring options. Anchor the Panel When Using a Stand When using a stand, stabilize the panel to keep it from tipping over.
  • Page 16 Install Your Flat Panel Display Follow the steps below to secure your flat panel display. 1 ) Mark locations for metal fittings and screws on the back edge of the table using the panel stand to determine placement. Wood screw (commercially available, 4 mm x 20 mm (5/32 inch x...
  • Page 17: Connect To Other Devices (Dvr, Receiver, Bdr, Etc.)

    Install Your Flat Panel Display 2.3 Connect to Other Devices (DVR, Receiver, BDR, etc.) The type of equipment attached to your flat panel display determines which panel ports are used. The following sections explain how to connect equipment such as a DVD player, video recorder, etc. to the panel. If your equipment is not listed, please refer to the operating instructions that came with the device(s) for connection assistance.
  • Page 18 Install Your Flat Panel Display Connect a VCR: Rear view Video cable (commercially available) Use INPUT 1 terminal when connecting a VCR or other recording equipment. For details, refer to the operation manual that came with the device. Connect a game console or camcorder: Rear view Video cable (commercially available)
  • Page 19: Connect The Power Cord To The Panel

    Install Your Flat Panel Display 2.4 Connect the Power Cord to the Panel The final connection is the power cord. Always connect the panel’s power cord to a three-pronged outlet, verifying that the cord is properly grounded. The cord includes a noise filter. Using any other cord may fail to conform to mandatory FCC standards.
  • Page 20 Install Your Flat Panel Display Follow the steps below to attach a cable clamp. 1 ) Thread the clamp band through the holder and bundle the cable(s) in the cable clamp. 2 ) Push and hold the levers then insert the hook into an appropriate hole on the rear of the flat panel display. 3 ) Pull up the clamp band to lock.
  • Page 21: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations 3 Basic Operations This chapter explores day-to-day operations such as powering on your flat panel display, using the Home Menu, User Menu, and adjusting the display for the viewing area/room. The final section in this chapter provides hints and suggestions for those new to flat panel display features.
  • Page 22: Program Your Flat Panel Display

    Basic Operations 3.2 Program Your Flat Panel Display To take advantage of some built-in features, choose the input source, select a language and set the picture quality. The sections below include how to use the Home Menu and simplified User Menu for each programming option. 3.2.1 Choose an Input Source To choose an input source, note that the external equipment is properly...
  • Page 23: Use The Simplified User Menu

    Basic Operations This chart provides a breakdown of the Home Menu. Home Menu Picture AV Selection Contrast Brightness Color Tint Sharpness Color Temp Green Blue Gamma Pro Adjust Reset Screen Auto Setup H. Position V. Position Clock Phase Auto Size Side Mask Reset 3.2.3...
  • Page 24: Assign A Language

    Basic Operations 3.2.4 Assign a Language The default menu language is English. To assign a different language for menus and on-screen information, follow the steps below. Language 1 ) Access 2 ) Select a language from the submenu. 3 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. Option through the menu.
  • Page 25: Basic Picture Adjustment

    Basic Picture Adjustment 4 Basic Picture Adjustment This chapter explores basic picture adjustment options for your flat panel display. 4.1 Adjust the Picture Quality Your flat panel display has many adjustment options for the picture to make it just right for you. This section provides basic adjustments but for detailed video modifications, refer to “5 Additional Picture Adjustment Options.”...
  • Page 26 Basic Picture Adjustment For standard picture adjustments, follow the steps below. 1 ) Press HOME MENU. Picture 2 ) Select from the main menu. Use the arrow buttons to highlight an option then press 3 ) Select an item to be adjusted. Contrast is used in the example below.
  • Page 27: Compare Images When Adjusting The Picture

    Basic Picture Adjustment Restore Default Picture After making multiple adjustments, it may be difficult to reverse improper settings. To restore the factory default Picture settings, follow the directions below. Reset 1 ) Access from the Picture menu. 2 ) Press ENTER to continue with the picture reset. 3 ) Use the arrow buttons to highlight 4 ) Press ENTER.
  • Page 28: Smart Starts For New Owners

    Basic Picture Adjustment 4.2 Smart Starts for New Owners Many of the flat panel display features make it easier to use but also environmentally friendlier. This section explains how to extend the life of your panel through being energy efficient. We suggest applying all of the following functions below for the simplest usage, best quality, and longest life span.
  • Page 29: Turn On The Image Orbiter

    Basic Picture Adjustment 4.2.4 Turn On the Image Orbiter A built-in feature to protect against burn-in is the Orbiter function. Orbiter slightly changes the position of the picture while the image is on screen. To activate Orbiter, follow the steps below. Orbiter 1 ) Access through the...
  • Page 30: Turn On The Sleep Timer

    Basic Picture Adjustment 4.2.7 Turn On the Sleep Timer To save energy and to maximize the life of your flat panel display, try using the Sleep Timer for occasions when the panel may be left on by accident. The Sleep Timer places the panel in Standby when the selected time elapses. The Sleep Timer provides time periods of 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.
  • Page 31: Additional Picture Adjustment Options

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5 Additional Picture Adjustment Options To take advantage of all that your flat panel display offers, browse this chapter for features and functions that enhance your viewing experience. Most sections deal with adjusting the picture and arranging screen/menu items while the remaining sections provide power management options.
  • Page 32: Choose An Av Source Through The Home Menu

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5.1.2 Choose an AV Source through the Home Menu Another method for choosing an AV Selection uses the Home Menu. The AV Selection, OPTIMUM, automatically adjusts to the highest image quality possible for the selected source and viewing environment.
  • Page 33: Adjust Specific Picture Elements

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5.2 Adjust Specific Picture Elements Plasma technology delivers one of the best images available today. However, the viewing area/environment and personal preferences affect how the picture appears. This section provides methods to adjust the picture for your best viewing experience.
  • Page 34 Additional Picture Adjustment Options Manual Screen Sizing Manually select an appropriate screen size if an image fails to appear in the correct format. Browse the menu for the specific video signal’s correct screen size. The selectable screen sizes differ depending on the type of input signal. While watching video content, press SCREEN SIZE on the remote control to cycle the picture through Auto, FULL, Dot by Dot, ZOOM, CINEMA, 4:3, WIDE, WIDE 1, WIDE 2, FULL 14:9 and CINEMA 14:9.
  • Page 35: Correct The Picture For An Av Or Pc Source

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5.2.2 Correct the Picture for an AV or PC Source Although picture adjustments are to your personal preferences, often the source causes unanticipated image changes. Your flat panel display offers several adjustment options. AV Source Option Contrast less contrast Brightness dimmer...
  • Page 36: Assign Advanced Picture Functions

    Your flat panel display provides various advanced functions for optimizing the picture quality that go beyond basic adjustments explained earlier in this manual. This section explores the value offered through Pioneer’s Pro Adjust support, top quality blacks, better balanced whites, and overall color improvements.
  • Page 37: Select A Color Temperature Level

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options Lighten Side Masks If content appears with bars (side masks) on each side of a picture when the screen size is 4:3 and Side Mask Detection is active, the bars automatically change from black to gray. However, the gray is fairly dark. To change the bars to a lighter shade of gray, follow the steps below.
  • Page 38: Adjust The Image Gradation Characteristics (Gamma)

    Select a PureCinema Level for High Quality Image Pioneer’s PureCinema automatically detects and analyses a film-based source (originally encoded at 24 frames per second) then recreates each frame for HD picture quality. The function supports both film and text material.
  • Page 39: Select An Intelligent Mode Option

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. Notes: Activating the Game Control Pref. setting under the Option menu disables the PureCinema setting. This setting applies only to input video signals. 5.3.5 Select an Intelligent Mode Option Use this function to optimize image color tones and brightness.
  • Page 40: Select The Picture Detail Options

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5.3.6 Select the Picture Detail Options The Picture Detail function provides four adjustment options: DRE Picture, Black Level, ACL, and Enhancer Mode for enhanced image contrast and sharpness. To select the Picture Detail options, follow the steps below. Pro Adjust 1 ) Access Picture Detail...
  • Page 41: Use The Color Management

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options Note: This setting applies only to input video signals. 5.3.8 Use the Color Management Use the Color Management option to fine adjust image coloring. To set the Color Management option, follow the steps below. 1 ) Access Pro Adjust through the Color Detail...
  • Page 42: Adjust Color Signals

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. Note: This setting applies only to input video signals. 5.3.10 Adjust Color Signals Your flat panel display features various color signal adjustment options: 3DYC, I-P Mode, Drive Mode, Game Control Pref., and Blue Only Mode.
  • Page 43: View In Multi-Screen

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5.4 View in Multi-Screen The flat panel display can show multiple screens at the same time; two-screen or picture-in-picture. The pictures may be reversed (in 2-screen and P-in-P) or moved to various locations on the screen (P-in-P). Picture-in-Picture (P-in-P) 2-Screen 5.4.1...
  • Page 44: Turn The Small Screen On/Off

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options Press SPLIT to cycle through the different multi-screen views. Press SWAP to switch the position of the two screens. Press PIP SHIFT to move the position of the small screen counter- clockwise during P-in-P. Press SUB INPUT to switch the input sources between the two screens.
  • Page 45: Manage The Power

    Additional Picture Adjustment Options 5.6 Manage the Power Your flat panel display is energy efficient but includes functions to save additional power. In an earlier section entitled “4.2 Smart Starts for New Owners”, you were told how to activate the Energy Save feature. This section provides more advanced functions to save power and to extend the panel life.
  • Page 46: Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6 Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display Although earlier sections have mentioned other equipment for playing back video, this section provides control and operation information for specific types of equipment. 6.1 Program the Remote Control to Operate Other Equipment To operate other equipment or devices through your flat panel display, program the panel’s remote control with the equipment’s manufacturing code.
  • Page 47: Assign A Manufacturing Code To The Remote Control

    3 ) Use the number buttons to enter a manufacturer code. When the indicator turns off, the code has been stored in the remote control. Factory default manufacture codes: STB (Set-top Box): Pioneer (0329) BDP/LD/DVD/DVR: Pioneer (2052) VCR (VTR): Pioneer (0058) 6.1.3...
  • Page 48: Clear Added Manufacturer Codes From The Remote Control

    60 seconds. Switching the Mode during this procedure also cancels the reset. 6.1.5 Control a Pioneer Receiver The flat panel display’s remote control has a bank of buttons specifically for controlling a Pioneer receiver. The active buttons, left to right, are as follows: • RECEIVER STANDBY/ON (turns the Pioneer Receiver On/Off) •...
  • Page 49: Control A Cable (Cbl) Or Satellite (Sat) System

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.1.6 Control a Cable (CBL) or Satellite (SAT) System When Mode is set to CBL/SAT, a cable converter uses the buttons 1, 2, 5, and 6. However, the panel only recognizes a single system (cable or satellite) at a time. •...
  • Page 50: Control A Video Cassette Recorder (Vcr)

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.1.7 Control a Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) When Mode is set to VCR, verify that the proper Input is selected (INPUT 1 to INPUT 8) then use the numbers 1 to 8 to control the device. •...
  • Page 51: Control A Dvd Player/Dvr Recorder/Bd Player

    (press once quickly to go to beginning of current chapter; press again to go back to the beginning of the previous chapter; continue pressing to go backward) • TOOLS (assigns the code for a Pioneer BD player) • RETURN (restores the immediately previous screen) • STOP...
  • Page 52: Apply Settings For Other Equipment

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.2 Apply Settings for Other Equipment This section provides setting hints for the connected equipment including devices using Composite Video, Component Video, and DVI equipment as well as a PC. For connection details, see page 17. 6.2.1 Apply Settings for an AV System After connecting other equipment to your flat panel display, you may need to enter an input name, color signal...
  • Page 53: Apply Settings For A Pc

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.2.2 Apply Settings for a PC Connecting a PC to your flat panel display requires specific settings. This section also explores the basic screen adjustments on the flat panel display after applying initial settings for the PC. INPUT 3(D-Sub15) 1 ) Access 2 ) Select the desired item.
  • Page 54: Use Hdmi Inputs

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.3 Use HDMI Inputs High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a communication method commonly used by digital and/or high definition equipment. Your flat panel display’s INPUT 5, INPUT 6, INPUT 7, INPUT 8 are HDMI terminals for incoming digital video signals.
  • Page 55: Specify The Hdmi Input Type

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.3.2 Specify the HDMI Input Type To select a signal type, follow the steps below. 1 ) Select the Input for the connected equipment. Press the button (remote control or panel) until the correct input is showing (INPUT 5, INPUT 6, INPUT INPUT 7, or INPUT 8).
  • Page 56: Control Equipment With The Panel's Remote Through Hdmi

    6.4 Control Equipment with the Panel’s Remote Through HDMI Your flat panel display’s remote can control other equipment such as a Pioneer AV system, or BD/DVD player that supports the KURO LINK or HDMI Control functions featured in conventional Pioneer products. The KURO LINK functions include playback of content using an on-screen control panel.
  • Page 57 The flat panel display’s remote can control a maximum of two (2) recorders, two (2) playback devices, and one (1) AV system at a time. To select and use the various KURO LINK functions for a connected Pioneer AV system, recorder, or player, use the panel’s KURO LINK menu.
  • Page 58: Control An Av System

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display To connect a device for KURO LINK, follow the steps below. 1 ) Turn on the flat panel display and all other equipment. 2 ) Confirm that the panel’s Input Setting for KURO LINK Setting options comply with directions in the device(s)’...
  • Page 59: Control A Recorder

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display During playback, use the remote control’s up/down arrows (/) to cycle through the surround sound options. Use the left/right arrows (/) to change the input. To resume playback, return to the KURO LINK menu then select the function again.
  • Page 60: Add An Av Amp Or A Bd Player

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.4.4 Add an AV Amp or a BD Player To add an AV amp and/or a BD Player, refer to the appropriate cabling diagram below. AV Amp & BD Player Rear view HDMI compliant cable (HDMI cable having the HDMI...
  • Page 61: Specific Kuro Link Commands

    Play Source Sound Using an HDMI Command When sound is coming from a Pioneer AV System through the flat panel display, placing the panel in Standby causes the sound to stop. To have the sound continue when the flat panel display turns On, follow the steps below.
  • Page 62: Test The Power Control (On/Off)

    6.7 Use the IR REPEATER OUT Connecting control cables between the flat panel display and other Pioneer equipment allows you to operate the connected equipment via commands from the remote control. This function is helpful when controlling Pioneer equipment from other Pioneer equipment.
  • Page 63: Connect To A Network

    • Connecting to a network may require additional settings on your PC. • After connection to a network, enter correct settings. • Pioneer is not responsible for any damage due to erroneous operations or unsuccessful E-mail transmissions. Using a LAN •...
  • Page 64: Ip Control Setting

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.8.1 IP Control Setting To apply the IP Control Setting, follow the directions below. IP Control Setting 1 ) Access 2 ) Select IP Control from the IP Control Setting menu. Enable 3 ) Select from the IP Control menu.
  • Page 65: Use The Web Control System

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.8.2 Use the Web Control System You can access and control the panel from the PC using a web browser. To use this option, follow the directions below. • For browsing, use the Internet Explorer. Using any other web browser can cause a distorted image or imperfect contents to appear.
  • Page 66 Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display “Virtual” Remote Control Settings 1 ) Enter your IP Address in the browser’s address box. 2 ) Enter “admin” on the password entry screen. The Virtual Remote Control appears on screen. 3 ) Click the desired button to execute a command. Model Name Location :...
  • Page 67 Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display Input Setting Terminal Click to display the input setting screen. Model ****** Power Name ****** Location : ****** ****** INPUT SETUP : INPUT 1 : INPUT 2 : Detail Settings INPUT 3 : Picture INPUT 4 : Terminal...
  • Page 68 Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display Event Notification Your flat panel display can provide E-mail notification if there is a system error or malfunction. Model ****** Name ****** Location : ****** ****** Detail Settings Picture Terminal Functions Network Settings Network E-mail Option...
  • Page 69: Assign A Serial Number

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display Sample MS-DOS search screen using “nslookup” C:\> nslookup Server: Adress: yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy > Server: Adress: yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy Non-aurthoritative answer: Name: Adress: zzz.zzz.zzz.zzz 6.9 Assign a Serial Number 6.9.1 Assign an ID Number This section describes how to enter the required ID number for controlling and adjusting multiple panels through a single PC.
  • Page 70: Assign A Baud Rate

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 6.9.2 Assign a Baud Rate This section describes how to enter the RS-232C transmission speed (baud rate) when controlling or adjusting the panel using a PC. (Use this option only when making picture adjustments for a specific device(s) connected to the RS-232C terminal.) The baud rate can be set to 1200bps, 2400bps, 4800bps, 9600bps, 19200bps or 38400bps.
  • Page 71: Explore The Integrator Mode Menus

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 3 ) Press and hold DISPLAY for at least three seconds while the screen in Step 2 remains visible. Only input signals appear. 4 ) Press HOME MENU while the screen in Step 3 remains visible but do not hold the button down. The panel switches to Integrator Mode.
  • Page 72 Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display Drive Mode This option optimizes the picture quality depending on the content (refer to “5.3.10 Adjust Color Signals” for more information). Note: Drive Mode is available only for input video signals. FRC Mode The FRC option allows switching the frame rate conversion.
  • Page 73 Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display Power On Mode This option automatically selects the input when the panel is turned On. Parameter INPUT 1 through INPUT 8 displays the selected input Last* Note: This setting applies to all input sources. Mirror Mode This option reverses the image displayed on the screen.
  • Page 74 Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Display 1080 The Banner sub-screen option uses only the top 1/4 of a PC signal input. When adding a picture or text, the image or text must be placed in the top 1/4 area. Note: The higher the resolution becomes on the main screen image, the lower the contrast becomes on the small window image.
  • Page 75: Helpful Information

    This section answers some of the questions received by our Support staff members. If your question is not here or you would like more information please see the Pioneer website for more FAQs ( about your specific model or our flat panel displays in general.
  • Page 76: Cleaning Methods

    (1) or more minutes, then turn it back on. If the light still blinks, unplug the power cord from the outlet. Plug in the panel again after one to two minutes. If this fails to solve the problem, contact your dealer or Pioneer Customer Support (see back cover).
  • Page 77: Troubleshooting & Service Information

    Helpful Information 7.3 Troubleshooting & Service Information General Issue No power • Check the connection seating at the wall and panel. • See if the panel’s main power switch is turned ON. • Confirm that the remote is set to MONITOR. If the panel indicator lights red, press STANDBY/ON Power suddenly turns off •...
  • Page 78 Helpful Information Picture Issue Picture does not appear • Check the setting for Color Decoding when using INPUT 2 or INPUT 3 (pages 52 and 53). properly • Check the setting for Signal Type. • Check the setting for Video when using INPUT 4 through INPUT 8 (page 54). •...
  • Page 79 Occasionally a part within the flat panel display may fail. Verify that your service professional uses only replacement parts specified by Pioneer or by those with the same characteristics and performance as the original parts. Use of unauthorized parts can result in fire, electric shock, or other danger. Upon completion of any service or repair work, request that the service professional perform safety checks to ensure that the product is operating properly.
  • Page 80: Cautions And Warnings

    A malfunction can be caused by a single issue such as ventilation or by a combination of factors. Pioneer is not responsible for accidents or damage caused by using parts and/or accessories manufactured by other companies, inadequate installation sites, poor stabilization practices, erroneous installation methods, operational mistakes, site remodeling, or natural disasters.
  • Page 81: Signal Interference Or Noise

    Pixel Information Plasma screens show pictures using pixels. Pioneer flat panel displays contain a very large number of pixels. The size of the panel determines the number of pixels. With the PRO-141FD/PRO-101FD, there are over 6.2 million pixels in the 50”/60”...
  • Page 82: Prevent Burning

    Cautions and Warnings In rare cases, some pixels can be permanently switched off, or on, resulting in either a black or colored pixel permanently fixed on the screen. This effect is common to all plasma displays because it is a consequence of the technology.
  • Page 83: Safety Precautions

    This can cause batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire. It can also reduce the life or performance of batteries. CAUTION: This PRO-141FD for use only with KRP-TS01 (Pioneer Corporation.) stand. Use with other stands is capable of resulting in instability causing possible injury.
  • Page 84: Radio Interference

    Product Name: Flat Panel Display Model Number: PRO-141FD/PRO-101FD Product Category: Class B Personal Computers & Peripherals Responsible Party Name: PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC. Address: 1925 E. DOMINGUEZ ST., LONG BEACH, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. Phone: 800-421-1625 URL: NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 85: Appendix

    Mitsubishi Paragon 0003 0000, 0008, Motorola 0525 0276, 0476, Penney 0810, 1187, 0000 1376 Philips MultiVision 0317, 0817, 0012 1305 Pioneer 1496 0144, 0533, 0877, 1021, 1500, 1877 0012, 0277 Brand/Code Brand/Code Prism Supercable 0012 0276 Pulsar Telewest 0000 1068...
  • Page 86: Satellite

    Appendix 9.1.2 Satellite Brand/Code Brand/Code @sat Big Sat 1300 1457 @Sky Black Diamond 1334 1284 Blaupunkt 0642, 0887, 0173 1367 Boca Akai 1232 0200 Boston Alba 1251 1284 Brainwave Allsat 1672 0200 British Sky Allvision Broadcasting 1232, 1334, 0847, 1175 1412 BskyB AlphaStar...
  • Page 87 0853, 0856, 0099, 0887 0887, 1076, Neuling 1114, 1142, 1232 1442, 1672, Next Level 1749 0869 Pino Nikko 1334 0200, 0723 Pioneer Nokia 0329, 0853, 1308 0723, 0853, 1023, 1223 1611 Nordmende Preisner 1611 1113 OctalTV Premier 1505 0723, 0853,...
  • Page 88: Vcr

    Appendix 9.1.3 VCR Brand/Code Brand/Code A-Mark Alba 0000, 0037, 0000, 0081, 0278 0209, 0278, 0315, 0348 1972 Alienware Accurian 1972 0000 Allegro Admiral 0039 0039, 0047, Allstar 0048, 0060, 0081 0121, 0209 America Action Adventura 0278 0000, 0037 American High Aiko 0035, 0081 0278...
  • Page 89 Appendix Brand/Code Brand/Code Criterion Durabrand 0000 0038, 0039, Crosley 0642 0000, 0035, Dynatech 0081, 0149 0000 Crown Elbe 0037, 0278 0038, 0278 Curtis Mathes Electrohome 0000, 0035, 0000, 0037, 0060, 0162, 0043, 0060, 0278 0209 CyberPower Electrophonic 1972 0037 Cyrus Elta 0081 0278...
  • Page 90 0616, 0739 0162, 1062, Phoenix 1162 0278 Orion Phonola 0000, 0121, 0081 0184, 0209, Pilot 0278, 0348 0037 Orson Pioneer 0000 0042, 0058, 0067, 0081, Osaki 0162, 0168 0000, 0037 Polk Audio Otake 0081 0209 Portland Otto Versand 0278 0081...
  • Page 91: Bdp (Blu-Ray)

    0037 0043, 0045, Telefunken 0067, 0081, 0209, 0278, 0209, 1008, 0320, 0642 1290, 1972, Telerent 1996 0226 Tosonic 0278 Brand/Code Brand/Code Panasonic Pioneer 1641 0142, 2052 Philips 1769 2084 Brand/Code Brand/Code Totevision Voodoo 0037 1972 Touch Wards 1972 0000, 0033,...
  • Page 92: Dvd-R

    H & B 0490 1421 Denver Hitachi 1056 1664 Brand/Code Brand/Code Humax Panasonic 0646 0490 Philips 1164 0646, 1340 Kreisen Pioneer 1421 0571, 0631, 1475, 1476, 2216 0741 Loewe 0646 0741 Magnavox 0522 0646, 0675 Roadstar Mitsubishi 1227 1403 Samsung...
  • Page 93: Dvd

    Appendix 9.1.6 DVD Brand/Code Brand/Code 3D LAB Auvio 0503, 0539 0843 A-Trend Basic Line 0714 0713 Accurian Baze 0675 0898 Acoustic Solutions 1224 0713, 1228 Bel Canto Design 0788, 1233 1571 Black Diamond 1152 0713 Blu:sens 0672 1233 Airis Blue Parade 0672, 1224 0571 Aiwa...
  • Page 94 0788 0672, 0690, Philips 0713, 0898, 0503, 0539, 1227 0585, 0646, Rocksonic 0675, 1340, 0789 1354, 2056, Rotel 2084 0558, 0623 Pioneer Rowa 0142, 0490, 0759 0525, 0571, Rownsonic 0631, 1475, 0789 1476, 1571, Royal 2052, 2216 0690 Plu2 Saba...
  • Page 95 0690 1233 Brand/Code Brand/Code Magnavox Optimus 0194, 0217, 0059 0241 Panasonic Marantz 0204 0194 Philips Mitsubishi 0194 0059, 0241 Pioneer 0023, 0059, 0241, 1274 0059 Polk Audio Nagsmi 0194 0059 Brand/Code Brand/Code Windsor 0713 0788 Windy Sam Yakumo 0573 1056...
  • Page 96: Video/Pc Signals (Hdmi/Dvi/Component/Min D-Sub/Composite)

    Appendix 9.2 Video/PC Signals (HDMI/DVI/Component/min D-Sub/Composite) 9.2.1 INPUT 1 (Video Signals) NTSC SECAM 4.43NTSC PAL M PAL N 9.2.2 INPUT 2 (Component)/INPUT 3 (D-Sub) - Video Signals (Analog) When reproducing the analog signals in the table below, set the Color Decoding option to Resolution (kHz) (Hz)
  • Page 97: Input 4 (Dvi)/Input 5 Through 8 (Hdmi) - Video Signals (Digital)

    Appendix 9.2.3 INPUT 4 (DVI)/INPUT 5 through 8 (HDMI) - Video Signals (Digital) When reproducing the digital signals in the table below, set the Signal Type option to Resolution (kHz) (Hz) 4:3 FULL 480i 15.8 60.0 480p 31.5 60.0 576i 15.6 50.0 576p...
  • Page 98: Input 3 (D-Sub) - Pc Signals (Analog)

    Appendix 9.2.4 INPUT 3 (D-Sub) - PC Signals (Analog) When reproducing the analog signals in the table below, set the Color Decoding option to not appear properly, change the Signal Format setting to the desired resolution. Resolution Dot-Line (kHz) (Hz) 720 ×...
  • Page 99: Input 4 (Dvi)/Input 5 Through 8 (Hdmi) - Pc Signals (Digital)

    Appendix Resolution Dot-Line (kHz) (Hz) 1152 × 870 68.7 75.1 1280 × 960 60.0 60.0 1280 × 960 85.9 85.0 1280 × 1024 64.0 60.0 1280 × 1024 80.0 75.0 1440 × 900 56.0 60.0 1400 × 1050 65.3 60.0 1400 ×...
  • Page 100 Appendix Resolution Dot-Line (kHz) (Hz) 800 × 600 48.1 72.2 800 × 600 46.9 75.0 800 × 600 53.7 85.1 1360 × 768 47.7 60.0 1280 × 768 47.8 59.9 1024 × 768 48.4 60.0 1024 × 768 56.5 70.1 1024 ×...
  • Page 101: Specifications

    Appendix 9.3 Specifications For specifications, see the separate Specifications Sheet.
  • Page 102: Trademarks

    Appendix 9.4 Trademarks Trademarks • HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. • Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. • Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. •...
  • Page 103: Glossary

    Appendix 9.5 Glossary VGA (Video Graphics Array) VGA is used for a resolution of 640 x 480. Wide-VGA (Wide Video Graphics Array) Wide-VGA is used for a resolution of 848 x 480. SVGA (Super Video Graphics Array) SVGA is used for a resolution of 800 x 600. XGA (eXtended Graphics Array) XGA is used for a resolution of 1024 x 768.
  • Page 104 Appendix DHCP The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) provides a mechanism to automatically allocate network settings such as IP Address, Default Gateway and Subnet mask. A DHCP server must be activated on a network to use the DHCP function. The Domain Name Service (DNS) server functions to exchange IP Address to the hostname, hostname to the IP Address.
  • Page 105: Index

    Appendix 9.6 Index Numerics 2-screen ...10, 11, 43 Auto Size ...28, 33, 36 AV Selection ...31, 32 Blue ...35 Brightness ...35 Brightness Sync ...37, 77 CBL ...10, 49 Color ...25, 32, 35 Contrast ...25, 31, 32, 35 Energy Save ...28, 29, 45 Film Mode ...38 Freeze ...44, 80 GAME ...18, 31, 39, 62...
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