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Pioneer Elite KURO PRO 111FD Operating Instructions Manual

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    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

    Congratulations on your purchase of a Pioneer KURO flat panel television. KURO is the future of Pioneer flat-panel displays. It’s a world without boundaries. A place where the senses evolve, colors are felt and sounds can be tasted. An experience that changes not only the way you look at television, but the way you look at the world.

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    5.1.3 Issue a Library Search for a Manufacturer Code ...79 5.1.4 Clear Added Manufacturer Codes from the Remote Control ...80 5.1.5 Control a Pioneer Receiver ...80 5.1.6 Control a Cable (CBL) or Satellite (SAT) System...81 5.1.7 Control a Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) ...82 5.1.8 Control a DVD Player/DVR Recorder/BD Player ...83...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 5.4.2 Turn OFF the Power With an HDMI Command ... 91 5.4.3 Turn ON the Power With an HDMI Command ... 91 5.4.4 Test the Power Control (On/Off)... 92 5.5 Connect a Game Console or Camcorder ... 92 5.6 Use the IR REPEATER OUT...

  • Page 6: Introduction To The Elite Series Flat Panel Tvs

    1 Introduction to the ELITE Series Flat Panel The Pioneer ELITE Series Flat Panel TV models include the 60-inch PRO-151FD and the 50-inch PRO-111FD (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.

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    Introduction to the ELITE Series Flat Panel TVs Also shipped with the PRO-151FD (60” panel) Silver Screws (4) (4×10 mm) Black Screws (4) (M6×20 mm) Light-Blocking Shield Speaker accessories Speaker Cables (2) Speaker Mounting Screws (16) (M5×10 mm) Speaker Also shipped with the PRO-111FD (50” panel) Stand kit Falling Prevention Metal Fittings (2) Speaker accessories...

  • Page 8: Control Options: Get To Know Your Flat Panel Tv

    Introduction to the ELITE Series Flat Panel TVs 1.2 Control Options: Get to Know Your Flat Panel TV You can operate your flat panel TV 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 TV Your flat panel TV has buttons, indicators, and sensors on the lower front bezel with more buttons, toggles, and ports on the panel sides.

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    Introduction to the ELITE Series Flat Panel TVs 1 - ANT terminal 2 - PC Input terminal (Analog RGB) 3 - Color sensor terminal 4 - AC In terminal (upper bank) (middle bank) 5 - Ethernet cable port 6 - INPUT 4 terminal (HDMI) 7 - INPUT 5 terminal (HDMI) 8 - INPUT 6 terminal (HDMI) 9 - RC-232C terminal (for factory use)

  • Page 10: Operating The Remote Control

    Introduction to the ELITE Series Flat Panel TVs 1.2.2 Operating the Remote Control The remote control for the ELITE Series panels 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.

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    Introduction to the ELITE Series Flat Panel TVs Operating Range for the Remote Control To control the flat panel TV, point the remote towards the sensor on the panel’s bottom right corner. For easy operation, keep the distance between the remote control and the sensor less than 7 m (23 feet) and at an angle of less than 30 degrees.

  • Page 12: Buttons On The Remote Control

    Introduction to the ELITE Series Flat Panel TVs 1.2.3 Buttons on the Remote Control Except for a few options, commands available through the buttons on the flat panel TV 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.

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    Introduction to the ELITE Series Flat Panel TVs Remote: Right side buttons (top to bottom, left to right) INPUT TV/DTV SCREEN DISPLAY SELECTION SIZE 18 19 FREEZE 20 21 SPLIT SWAP SHIFT ENTER CH RETURN MUTING EXIT TOOLS SAT GUIDE TOP MENU ENTER HOME...

  • Page 14: Install Your Flat Panel Tv

    Use installation accessories and parts included with the shipment. Pioneer recommends working with a qualified installer whenever possible. Regardless of the mounting method, anchor or secure your flat panel TV using a combination of the mounting holes and/or supplied bolts.

  • Page 15: Check The Location For Suitability

    Install Your Flat Panel TV 2.1.1 Check the Location for Suitability When choosing the location for your panel, there are several factors you need to keep in mind. The installation site should be out of direct sunlight and have sufficient ventilation around the flat panel TV to allow cooling. The diagram below is an example of a stand-mounted panel with proper ventilation.

  • Page 16: Install The Panel Using A Stand

    2.2.1 Use or Remove the Included Stand The PRO-111FD ships with the Pioneer table top stand (stand) attached. Attach the included stand to the panel for the PRO-151FD. For PRO-111FD, attach the falling prevention metal fittings after placing the panel to stand upright.

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV 7 ) After assembling the stand, attach the falling prevention metal fittings using the installation screws. Installation screws (M4 x 35 mm: black) 8 ) With the flat panel TV still face down, insert the stand’s supports into the bottom of the panel then tighten the screws.

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV Attach the Light-Blocking Shield Rear Note: Attach the light-blocking shield after anchoring the base cover on a flat stable place. Peel off one side of the double-stick tape on the light-blocking shield and attach the shield onto the base cover. Note: Be careful that the light-blocking shield does not catch on the pipe insertion holes.

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV Attach/Detach the Speaker The flat panel TV’s speaker delivers high-quality, clear sound. Although other devices can be added or removed from the mounted panel, physically attach the speaker last. Disconnect the cables from the Speaker and REMOVE THE SPEAKER before mounting or moving the panel.

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV (PRO-111FD) Speaker bracket (For TOP-Right) Speaker bracket (For BOTTOM-Right) 2 ) Screw a supplied screw into the speaker bracket hole (lower of the two) at the top, rear of the panel. Do not tighten it all the way yet. Leave it loose, with about 5 mm left to tighten. Screw holes Speaker bracket (For BOTTOM-Right)

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV 3 ) Hang the speaker bracket on the screw at the top by passing the wide part over it and lowering into the slot; screw in the lower screw temporarily. After passing the wide part of the hole of the speaker bracket (top) over the screw, lower the speaker onto it. After passing the wide part of the hole over the screw,...

  • Page 22: Connect The Speaker Cables

    Install Your Flat Panel TV 8 ) Insert the cable in the groove on the speaker. Speaker cable 9 ) Connect the other end of the speaker cables to the rear of the panel. Refer to “ 2.2.2 Connect the Speaker Cables.” Note: If the speaker needs to be repositioned (horizontally or vertically) after it is attached, loosen the speaker mounting screws first.

  • Page 23: Wall/ceiling Mounting

    Install Your Flat Panel TV Cable clamp • Before connecting the speakers to the flat panel TV, unplug the panel from the power outlet. Connecting the speaker cable with the power cord plugged in can cause malfunction or damage to the panel if the cable’s bare wire touches other equipment.

  • Page 24: Mount The Flat Panel Tv

    Install Your Flat Panel TV A common flat panel TV mounting option is to hang the panel on a sturdy wall or from a reinforced ceiling. When mounting in this way, some preparations must be completed first. Follow the steps below to prepare the panel for mounting.

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV To stabilize the flat panel TV on a table or platform, use the supplied metal fittings and screws as well as commercially available wood screws. The wood screws are to anchor the metal fittings when mounting on a wooden surface.

  • Page 26: Attach The Color Sensor

    Install Your Flat Panel TV 2.5 Attach the Color Sensor When attached to your panel, the color sensor analyses the brightness of the environment to automatically optimize the picture quality according to the viewing condition. To activate this function, select OPTIMUM on the AV Selection menu, Mode 1 or Mode 2 on the Room Light Sensor menu (refer to “3.4.1 Adjust the Picture for Your Room Lighting.”...

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV Attach the Color Sensor to the Rear Panel Methods of attaching the color sensor to the rear panel differ depending on the panel with or without side- mounted speakers. (when side-mounted speakers are installed) 1 ) Remove the screws of the color sensor then replace the bracket. Use the removed screws again.

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV (when side-mounted speakers are not installed) 1 ) Remove the screws of the color sensor then replace the bracket. Use the removed screws again. 2 ) Finger tighten the supplied color sensor screws in the speaker screw holes. 3 ) Fit the color sensor bracket’s lower grooves into the screws.

  • Page 29: Connect To Broadcast Tv & Other Devices (dvr, Receiver, Bdr, Etc.)

    2.6.2 Connect Your Other Pioneer Equipment This section provides cabling information for your other Pioneer equipment when combined with the panel. Each diagram can also be used as a reference tool for non-Pioneer devices but port locations may differ or be unavailable.

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV Connect HDMI equipment (INPUT 4 through INPUT 6): Rear view HDMI compliant cable (HDMI cable having the HDMI mark) HDMI equipment INPUT 4 through INPUT 6 are HDMI terminals. Use INPUT 4 or INPUT 5 (HDMI) terminal when you also input analog audio signals.

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    Connect control cords: Rear view CONTROL Connect control cords between the panel’s CONTROL (OUT) terminal and other Pioneer equipment having the SR logo. Use a mono sound cable with a mini plug (not provided). Connect a game console or camcorder:...

  • Page 32: Connect The Power Cord To The Panel

    Install Your Flat Panel TV 2.6.3 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 that reduces electrical interference from the wall outlet.

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    Install Your Flat Panel TV 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 TV. 3 ) Pull up the clamp band to lock.

  • Page 34: Basic Operations For Television Viewing

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3 Basic Operations For Television Viewing This chapter explores day-to-day operations such as powering on your flat panel TV, using the Home Menu, and adjusting the panel for the viewing area/room. The final section in this chapter provides hints and suggestions for those new to flat panel TV features.

  • Page 35: Program The Flat Panel Tv For Television Viewing

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.2 Program the Flat Panel TV for Television Viewing To watch TV and take advantage of some built-in features, choose the channel type or types (Analog, Digital), select a language, set your time zone, and program the channels. The sections below include how to set your channel type and how to use the Home Menu for each programming option.

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    Basic Operations For Television Viewing This chart provides a breakdown of the Home Menu for both AV and PC sources. AV Source Channel Favorites Input Home Media Gallery HDMI Control Setup Picture Sound Power Control Sleep Timer Option System Setup Favorites Setup Available when any option other than OPTIMUM is selected from the AV Selection menu.

  • Page 37: Assign A Language

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing TV Screen Components Your flat panel TV has easy-to-read menus and graphic symbols that provide quick access to the desired options. Menus appearing in this manual may differ slightly from the actual menus but the functionality remains the same.

  • Page 38: Set The Clock

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.2.4 Set the Clock Set the flat panel TV’s clock to take advantage of many built-in features such as Time Zone and D.S.T. (Daylight Saving Time) activation for digital TV broadcast. Note: If the panel’s power cord is unplugged or there is a power outage, the time must be reset. Follow the steps below to set the clock.

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    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 5 ) Select Start. The panel automatically begins creating your list of channels. Note: To quit Auto Installation before it is complete, press EXIT Manual Channel Selection To add channels without using the Auto Installation option, follow the directions below. Also, if a channel is skipped in error, use this method to add the channel to your list.

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    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3 ) Select Installation Add New Channels 4 ) Select Channel search starts automatically. If a new channel is found, it is stored automatically in the flat panel To cancel channel search before it finishes, press Software Keyboard This on-screen keyboard allows labeling manually added TV channels.

  • Page 41: Skip Or Delete Unwanted Channels

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 9 ) Select then press ENTER. The entry is complete. 10 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. 3.2.6 Skip or Delete Unwanted Channels The Auto Installation process adds all channels available from your TV service provider. However, there may be some channels that are unwanted or are not age-appropriate for your home.

  • Page 42: Channel List

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.2.7 Channel List Your flat panel TV offers three channel lists for quick access to a desired channel: Favorites List, Channel List and Input List. Favorites List: Display your favorite channel numbers/names up to 20 channels (analog channels, Input 1 through 7, PC), 20 digital channels, and 1 Home Media Gallery (top screen, see page 98) Store your most frequently viewed channels in the Favorites List.

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    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 4 ) Select a TV channel to store. If the screen fails to fit in the window, a scroll bar appears. Pressing while watching a TV program also causes the favorite channel list to appear. If the ENTER Favorites list is empty, “No Favorites List.”...

  • Page 44: Quick Start For Watching Television

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.3 Quick Start for Watching Television Your flat panel TV has many functions and features, some of which you may simply lack the time to set when first installing the panel. To begin watching TV quickly, refer to the basic information within this section. However, when it is convenient, we strongly suggest going through the rest of this manual and learning all that your flat panel TV can do.

  • Page 45: Adjust The Picture And Sound Quality

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing The SLEEP indicator on the front of the flat panel TV lights orange when the Sleep Timer is set. To check the remaining time, press TOOLS then select Sleep. “Remain ---min” appears at the top of the menu screen. After checking the time, press EXIT to return to your program without losing the Sleep Timer setting.

  • Page 46: General Picture (video) Adjustment For An Av Source

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing Blue LED Dimmer Adjust the brightness of the POWER ON indicator depending on the brightness level of the viewing area. Setting to Auto toggles the brightness of the indicator between High, Mid and Low to match the brightness level of the viewing area.

  • Page 47: Compare Images When Adjusting The Picture

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing Picture Image Position Each input source stores the picture adjustment settings for that view. Although repositioning is available in most screen views, when the screen is set to Dot-by-Dot, the Position menu is unavailable. Also, depending on the displayed video, the image position may not change after an adjustment.

  • Page 48: Display A Graphical Picture/sound Adjustment Screen

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing Follow the steps below to adjust options for the preferred picture quality. Picture 1 ) Access the 2 ) Select an option. 3 ) Use the TOOLS button to toggle between the previous and adjusted images. 4 ) Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to continue adjusting the option as needed.

  • Page 49: Sound Control

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.4.5 Sound Control Setting the Sound Control option to On automatically adjusts to the highest sound quality possible for the selected image and viewing environment. This option is also available when OPTIMUM is selected in the AV Selection menu.

  • Page 50: Block Programs, Channels, Or Content

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.5 Block Programs, Channels, or Content Although blocking programs, channels, or content is optional, some images may be inappropriate for all family members. Your flat panel TV supports a blocking function known as Parental Control. With Parental Control activated, certain material fails to appear on screen if it is beyond your select viewing level.

  • Page 51: Activate Parental Control

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.5.2 Activate Parental Control The Parental Control function must be active for the panel to block content. If this option is turned Off, blocked programs appear on screen. To activate Parental Control blocking, follow the steps below. System Setup 1 ) Access the Parental Control.

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    Basic Operations For Television Viewing MPAA Ratings menu PG-13 NC-17 Canadian English Ratings menu Unavailable Ratings menu Status MPAA Ratings TV Parental Guidelines Canadian English Ratings Canadian French Ratings Unavailable Ratings Digital Regional Ratings 4 ) Use the arrow buttons to highlight a block level for that rating system. 5 ) Press ENTER to reverse the blocked status for the highlighted TV Parental Guideline option.

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    Basic Operations For Television Viewing To block a program with a rating of System Setup 1 ) Access the Parental Control 2 ) Select from the System Setup menu. TV Parental Guidelines 3 ) Select TV-None 4 ) Select from the submenu. View Block 5 ) Select an option (...

  • Page 54: Temporarily Remove A Block

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing Delete a New Ratings System If an added ratings system is no longer needed, delete the ratings system from your flat panel TV. It is unnecessary to remove blocks from individual channels or programs. Deleting the ratings line removes any/all blocks initiated with that system.

  • Page 55: Smart Starts For New Owners

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.6 Smart Starts for New Owners Many of the flat panel TV features make it easy to use but also environmentally friendlier. This section explains how to extend the life of your panel while being energy efficient. We suggest applying all of the following functions below for the simplest usage, best quality, and longest life span.

  • Page 56: Turn On The Image Orbiter

    Basic Operations For Television Viewing 3.6.3 Turn On the Image Orbiter A built-in feature to protect against burn-in is the Orbiter function. Orbiter automatically changes the position of the picture imperceptibly while the image is on screen. To activate the Orbiter, follow the steps below. To cancel this function, select Off in Step 3.

  • Page 57: Additional Picture And Sound Adjustment Options

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4 Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options To take advantage of all that your flat panel TV 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 sound and power management options.

  • Page 58: Choose An Av Source Through The Home Menu

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4.1.2 Choose an AV Source through the Home Menu The other method for choosing an AV Selection uses the Home Menu. Follow the directions below to set an AV Selection for an external AV Source. The AV Selection, OPTIMUM, automatically adjusts to the highest image quality possible for the selected source and viewing environment.

  • Page 59: Set The Panel To Recognize A Game Console

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4.1.4 Set the Panel to Recognize a Game Console When adding a game console to your flat panel TV, use the Game function to establish a preference for image quality or for operability. To have the panel store your Game preference, follow the steps below. Option 1 ) Access the through the...

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    Additional Picture and Sound 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 correct screen size for a specific program. The selectable screen sizes differ depending on the types of input signals. While watching a TV broadcast, press SCREEN SIZE on the remote control to cycle the picture through Auto, FULL, Dot by Dot, ZOOM, CINEMA, 4:3, WIDE, WIDE 1 and WIDE 2.

  • Page 61: Correct The Picture For An Av Or Pc Source

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4.2.2 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 TV offers several adjustment options. AV Source Option Contrast less contrast...

  • Page 62: Assign Advanced Picture Functions

    Your flat panel TV provides various advanced functions for optimizing the picture quality that go beyond the basic adjustments explained earlier in this manual. This section explores the value offered through Pioneer’s Pro Adjust High Definition (HD) support, top quality blacks, better balanced whites, and overall color improvements.

  • Page 63: Select A Purecinema Level For High Quality Image

    4.3.2 Select a PureCinema Level for High Quality Image Pioneer’s PureCinema automatically detects and analyses a film-based source (originally encoded at 24 frames/ second) then recreates each still film frame for HD picture quality. The function supports both film and text material.

  • Page 64: Select An Intelligent Mode Option

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 5 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. Note: Activating the Game Control Pref setting under the Option menu disables the PureCinema setting. 4.3.3 Select an Intelligent Mode Option Use this function to optimize color tones and brightness for images. To select the Intelligent Mode, follow the steps below.

  • Page 65: Adjust The Color Temperature

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options Option Enhancer Mode (selects processing of the image’s high frequency (detailed) area) Gamma (adjusts the gamma characteristics) 6 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. 4.3.5 Adjust the Color Temperature Adjust the Color Temperature for better white balance. To set the color temperature level, follow the steps below.

  • Page 66: Use Cti And Color Space

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 6 ) Select the desired item. Item R High G High B High R Low G Low B Low To adjust another item, press 7 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. 4.3.6 Use CTI and Color Space Use the Color Transient Improvement (CTI) and Color Space options to further enhance the picture to your preference.

  • Page 67: Reduce Noise From The Image

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 5 ) Select the desired parameter. 6 ) Select the desired level. Item closer to magenta closer to red closer to yellow closer to green closer to cyan closer to blue To adjust another item, press 7 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu.

  • Page 68: Adjust Color Signals

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 5 ) Select the desired parameter. 3DNR (3-dimensional Noise Reduction) Field NR (removes glimmer for more natural image) Block NR (reduces noise in HD images) Mosquito NR (reduces mosquito noise in DVD and HD images) 6 ) Press HOME MENU to exit the menu.

  • Page 69: View In Multi-screen

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4.4 View in Multi-Screen The flat panel TV 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 4.4.1 Split/Swap/Shift the Screen...

  • Page 70: Freeze The Picture

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options Press SPLIT to cycle through the different multi-screen views. Press SWAP to switch the position of the two screens. Press SHIFT to move the position of the small screen counter-clockwise. The multi-screen function is unavailable when viewing source from a single input or from two sources.

  • Page 71: Use The Banner Feature

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4.6 Use the Banner Feature When tuning in a TV channel or an input signal changes, any available information appears on the screen if the signal carries information about the program (see InfoBanner below). Pressing DISPLAY causes the InfoBanner (additional) to appear.

  • Page 72: Select Alternatives For/to Sound

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4.7 Select Alternatives for/to Sound There are four sound alternatives for your flat panel TV; CC, MTS, SAP , and Sound Effect. This section defines each of these alternatives then explains how/when to use. 4.7.1 Activate Closed Captioning (CC) Your flat panel TV is equipped with an internal closed caption (CC) decoder.

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    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options Closed Caption for Digital Programs There are six different closed caption options for digital programming, called Service levels. The Primary Caption Service is on Service 1 and the Secondary Language Service is on Service 2. More information about these offerings is found later in this chapter.

  • Page 74: Switch Languages Using Mts

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4.7.2 Switch Languages Using MTS Multi-channel Television Sound (MTS) allows switching the audible language if it is available for that program. Available languages differ depending on the current broadcast. When watching a digital TV program that provides multi language services, follow the steps below.

  • Page 75: Apply Sound Effect Settings

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options When stereo sound is difficult to hear, manually switch to MONO for clearer sound. The panel’s sound remains in mono even if the system receives a stereo broadcast. Reselect STEREO to hear broadcasts in stereo where available.

  • Page 76: Manage The Power

    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options 4.8 Manage the Power Your flat panel TV is energy efficient but includes functions to save additional power. In an earlier section entitled “3.6 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.

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    Additional Picture and Sound Adjustment Options PC Source -Power Management When receiving signals from a PC, the panel can automatically enter Standby if the signal fails. Follow the steps below to activate this function. Power Control 1 ) Access the Power Management 2 ) Select 3 ) Select an option from the submenu.

  • Page 78: Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Tv

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5 Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel Although earlier sections have mentioned other equipment for playing back video, this section provides control and operation information for specific types of equipment. 5.1 Program the Remote Control to Operate Other Equipment To operate other equipment or devices through your flat panel TV, program the panel’s remote control with the equipment’s Learning function or manufacturing code.

  • Page 79: Assign A Manufacturing Code To The Remote Control

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV To delete a learned code, overwrite it with a new code on the same button or follow the directions below. 1 ) Concurrently press EDIT/LEARN and 2. The selected mode indicator flashes when the remote control is ready to be learned. 2 ) Press and hold TV...

  • Page 80: Clear Added Manufacturer Codes From The Remote Control

    60 seconds. Also, switching the Mode during this procedure cancels the reset. 5.1.5 Control a Pioneer Receiver The flat panel TV’s remote control has a bank of buttons specifically for controlling a Pioneer receiver. The active buttons, left to right, are as follows: •...

  • Page 81: Control A Cable (cbl) Or Satellite (sat) System

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.1.6 Control a Cable (CBL) or Satellite (SAT) System When Mode is set to CBL/SAT, a cable converter uses the buttons 1, 6, 7, 8, and 9 while satellite tuners use the buttons 1 to 8.

  • Page 82: Control A Video Cassette Recorder (vcr)

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.1.7 Control a Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) When Mode is set to VCR, verify that the proper Input is selected (INPUT 1 to INPUT 7) then use 1 to 8 to control the device.

  • Page 83: Control A Dvd Player/dvr Recorder/bd Player

    (turns the equipment power on or off) • CH +/– (DVD Recorder only) (selects a higher or lower channel) • TOOLS (assigns the code for a Pioneer BD player) • RETURN (restores the immediately previous screen) • PLAY (selects playback) •...

  • Page 84: Use Hdmi Inputs

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.2 Use HDMI Inputs High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a communication method commonly used by digital and/or high definition equipment. Your flat panel TV’s INPUT 4, INPUT 5, INPUT 6, INPUT 7 are HDMI terminals for incoming digital video and audio signals.

  • Page 85: Specify A Digital Hdmi Signal Type

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV In Video mode, the image is over-scanned (enlarged) but the panel automatically switches to PC when receiving computer signals. In PC mode, the image displays in full size for optimum image quality. 5.2.2 Specify a Digital HDMI Signal Type For the necessary digital video signal type, check the operating manual that came with the other equipment.

  • Page 86: Control Equipment With The Panel's Remote Through Hdmi

    The flat panel TV’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 HDMI Control functions for a connected Pioneer AV system, recorder, or player, use the panel’s HDMI Control menu.

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    Arrow buttons (navigates the menu screen) • Color buttons (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow) (controls a BD player) • TOOLS (assigns the code for a Pioneer BD player) • ENTER (activates the selected function) • RETURN (returns to the previous menu screen)

  • Page 88: Control An Av System

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 3 ) Confirm that the other equipment is set for HDMI Control. 4 ) Check that the audio and video are playing back properly from the equipment connected to the HDMI terminal(s). 5 ) Turn Off the flat panel TV.

  • Page 89: Control A Recorder

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 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 HDMI Control menu then select the function again.

  • Page 90: Add An Av Amp Or A Bd Player

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.3.4 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. Rear view HDMI compliant cable (HDMI cable having the HDMI mark) BD player...

  • Page 91: Specific Hdmi Control Commands

    5.4.1 Play Source Sound Using an HDMI Command When sound is coming from a Pioneer AV System through the flat panel TV, placing the panel in Standby causes the sound to stop. To have the sound continue when the flat panel TV turns On, follow the steps below.

  • Page 92: Test The Power Control (on/off)

    INPUT 3. To watch an image coming from a game console or camcorder, press INPUT 3 on the remote control or repeatedly press INPUT on the panel to select INPUT 3. For details on game console settings, refer to “2.6.2 Connect Your Other Pioneer Equipment” and “4.1.4 Set the Panel to Recognize a Game Console.”...

  • Page 93: Operate The Home Media Gallery

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.7 Operate the Home Media Gallery With Home Media Gallery, you can enjoy digital content such as movies, music, and photo files on your high-end flat panel TV. Play content from files stored on one or more media servers connected by a home or local area network (LAN) or those stored on a USB flash drive.

  • Page 94: Network Connections

    DLNA and/or PlaysForSure version(s), some Home Media Gallery function(s) and content format(s) may not be supported. Pioneer is not responsible for any malfunction of the Home Media Gallery features due to communication error/malfunctions associated with your network connection and/or your PC, or other connected equipment.

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    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Connect via an Ethernet Hub If already operating one or more media servers on a home or local area network (LAN), connect the flat panel TV to the Ethernet (LAN) hub using a standard (“straight-through”) Ethernet (LAN) cable. See the diagram below. Note: Although the Home Media Gallery supports 10BASE-T, it is better to use 100BASE-TX for improved display quality and speed.

  • Page 96: Connect A Usb Device

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Confirm the IP Address After making the network connection, follow the instructions below to confirm the IP Address before accessing the network. (The setup is effective for Auto only. To perform the procedure, DHCP on your server or router must be valid.

  • Page 97

    Do not insert or remove the USB device immediately after the system is switched On or Off. This action may cause data inside the memory to be damaged. Pioneer is not liable for any loss or damage to the data inside the USB flash drive. Flat Panel TV...

  • Page 98: Run The Home Media Gallery

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.8 Run the Home Media Gallery 1 ) Press HMG. The Home Media Gallery menu appears on screen. Media Navigator, USB, HMG Playlist 2 ) Select Use the arrow buttons to highlight an option then press To return to the previous screen, press 3 ) Press EXIT or HMG to exit Home Media Gallery.

  • Page 99

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Navigate through a USB Device’s Files and Folders Like navigating through media servers, select the specific file from a device on the USB Device screen to start an appropriate player. For details, follow the steps below. 1 ) Press HMG.

  • Page 100

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Screen Components Screen display options are: • List • Thumbnail • Thumbnail List Press TOOLS then select Change View from the TOOLS Menu to choose from the screen display options. The options are available for Movie, Music and Photo menus. (Sample screens) Thumbnail screen 1.

  • Page 101: Show Your Movie Files On The Flat Panel Tv

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV HMG Playlist Each category (Movie, Music, and Photo) has five different Playlists with up to 100 files each. The HMG Playlist can contain sound and image files selected in “Media Navigator”. To edit a Playlist, use the TOOLS Menu. 1 ) Press HMG.

  • Page 102

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Movie Player key guide Mode Playback Stop PAUSE Fast Forward Fast Reverse Slow Forward Forward (15 sec.) Reverse (15 sec.) Time Search Add to HMG Playlist TOOLS A-B Repeat Random Play Mode Audio Picture Sound...

  • Page 103: Play Your Music Files On The Flat Panel Tv

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Content obtained from a digital video camera that supports H.264/AVC format can be played through the USB port. To play content from this type of camera, follow the steps below. 1 ) Insert the USB flash drive containing the content into a card reader connected to the flat panel TV. The USB device’s Folder/Contents List appears on screen.

  • Page 104: Show Your Photo File On The Flat Panel Tv

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Music Player key guide Mode Playback Stop PAUSE Fast Forward Fast Reverse Next Previous Time Search Add to HMG Playlist TOOLS Random A-B Repeat Play Mode Sound Note: Files may not play properly, depending on the content. Some functions may not be supported, depending on the server type or software version.

  • Page 105

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Photo Player key guide Mode Key(s) used Playback ENTER,  (PLAY) Starts displaying a photo or playing a slideshow when in Stop  (STOP), RETURN PAUSE ENTER while playback,  (PAUSE)  Move File Forward Move File Backward ...

  • Page 106: Use The Tools Menu

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.9 Use the TOOLS Menu Pressing TOOLS on the remote control causes the TOOLS Menu to appear. Select various play and display modes from this menu. The selectable menu items differ, depending on the current menu (refer to “3.6.1 Use the TOOLS Menu”).

  • Page 107

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Favorites Entry Registering the Home Media Gallery in Favorites (TOOLS Menu) provides quick access to the Home Media Gallery top screen while watching TV or other programs. This option is available on the Home Media Gallery screen. 1 ) Press TOOLS.

  • Page 108

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV • Order: Bottom-Up or Top-Down Start 5 ) Select on the Sort dialog screen. The sorting starts based on your selection and sort results are displayed. While sorting continues, content playback is available. To return to the sort screen, press during playback.

  • Page 109

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Slide Show A slideshow is simply a series of still pictures, appearing one after the other, usually in a timed procession. Select the desired photo file to display a still picture then press ENTER to start a slideshow. After a slideshow launches, pressing ENTER toggles between PLAY and PAUSE.

  • Page 110

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Add to HMG Playlist The Home Media Gallery function provides “HMG Playlist” – a self-contained play list that allows bookmarking favorite movie, music, and photo files from the network. You can store, edit, and sort up to 100 files in each Playlist List.

  • Page 111

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Play Mode Your flat panel TV provides four repeat modes when using the Movie Player, Music Player, or Photo Player. Choose a playback mode (Repeat, Single, etc.) when playing multiple content files. To activate Play Mode, follow the steps below.

  • Page 112

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Change View Select this option to cycle between the different views: List, Thumbnail, and Thumbnail List. This option is available on the Playlist List (Movie/Music/Photo), and Folder/Contents List screens. 1 ) Press TOOLS. The TOOLS Menu appears on screen.

  • Page 113

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Picture The Picture option is another way to adjust the image quality. This option is available on the Movie Player and Photo Player screens. To adjust the picture, follow the steps below. 1 ) Press TOOLS.

  • Page 114

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Audio Use this option to switch to another audio source if the currently played content has multiple audio sources (multi-language content, for example). This option is available on the Movie Player screen. To reveal multiple audio tracks, follow the steps below.

  • Page 115

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5 ) Press ENTER. Editing completes and Move finishes. Delete from HMG Playlist Sometimes a file is no longer wanted. Your flat panel TV provides a method to delete content from a HMG Playlist. This option is available on the Contents List (Playlist) screen.

  • Page 116

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Random Use this option to shuffle the order in the content list, playing the content at random. This option is available on the Movie Player, Music Player and Photo Player screens. To shuffle the playlist, follow the steps below. 1 ) While playing content, press TOOLS.

  • Page 117

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Zoom Use the Zoom option to enlarge the photo content displayed. This option is available on the Photo Player screen. To enlarge content, follow the steps below. 1 ) While photo content appears, press TOOLS. The TOOLS Menu appears on screen.

  • Page 118: Hmg Setup

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.10 HMG Setup Use the HMG Setup option for Network Setup, Auto Connection Setup and Default Settings. For more information about each option, refer to the following sections. Network Setup Select whether to acquire the IP Address automatically or manually or, when acquiring manually, set the IP Address and Subnet mask.

  • Page 119: Other Useful Functions

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Auto Connection Set Auto Connection to automatically connect to the last accessed server. For selection, follow the steps below. Auto Connection 1 ) Access the 2 ) Use  or  to change the setting. Selecting ON causes the display to access the last server.

  • Page 120

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV Dialog Screen Message Important • Displaying pictures in the Home Media Gallery for an extended period may cause an after-image. Message Content cannot be played. (001) No details are available for the error, please check content A communication error No further details are available...

  • Page 121: Add Other Audio Equipment

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.12 Add Other Audio Equipment The flat panel TV’s digital audio output terminal (optical) can output Dolby Digital signals. Using an optical digital cable, connect an AV receiver to the digital audio output terminal (optical) on the rear of the flat panel TV. This connection allows audio such as from digital TV broadcasts to play back in high quality.

  • Page 122: Add A Computer (pc)

    Use Other Equipment With Your Flat Panel TV 5.13 Add a Computer (PC) Use the panel’s PC terminals to connect a personal computer. The PC input terminals are DDC2B-compatible; however, the Plug & Play function may not operate properly. When connected to a PC, the panel automatically identifies the input signal type.

  • Page 123: 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 (www.pioneerelectronics.com) about your specific model or our flat panel TVs in general.

  • Page 124: Check Your Software/hardware Version

    (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 inside back cover).

  • Page 125: Troubleshooting & Service Information

    Helpful Information 6.4 Troubleshooting & Service Information General Issue No power • Check the connection seating at the wall and panel. • See if the panel’s Power On button is turned ON. • Confirm that the remote is set to TV. If the panel indicator lights red, press on the flat panel TV.

  • Page 126

    Helpful Information Picture/Sound Issue Picture but no sound • Confirm that the sound is not muted or that the volume is turned down. • When using a video or PC input source, check that the audio terminals are connected. Sound but no picture •...

  • Page 127

    Helpful Information Home Media Gallery/NETWORK Issue No servers are found • Confirm that the PC is On and not in Standby or Sleep (nothing is chosen in Select Servers). When the PC started from “Wake On LAN” (WOL), check if the PC complies No previously with WOL or if the WOL setup is programmed properly in device manager for BIOS or connected server(s)

  • Page 128

    Helpful Information Home Media Gallery/PLAYBACK Issue Image or sound is • Check the physical connections (hub, router, cable quality). Please use 100BASE-TX interrupted or distorted (Block noise appears) • Check if the PC is operating properly. Reboot the PC after confirming specifications •...

  • Page 129

    Helpful Information Home Media Gallery/USB Issue Image or sound is • Verify that the file complies with the supported format, bit rate and/or profile. Also interrupted or distorted check the file for damage. (Block noise appears) • Some files that comply with the supported format may not play back or display properly.

  • Page 130: Check The Signal Strength

    Occasionally a part within the flat panel TV 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 131: 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 132: Signal Interference Or Noise

    Pixel Information Plasma screens show picture using pixels. Pioneer flat panel TVs contain a very large number of pixels. The size of the panel determines the number of pixels. With the ELITE Series models, there are over 6.2 million pixels in the 50”/60”...

  • Page 133

    (i.e. not a test card, still image, or single color display) please immediately contact Pioneer Customer Support (USA) or Customer Satisfaction (CANADA). See inside back cover for contact information. If, however, the faulty pixels can only be seen close up or during single color displays then this is considered normal for this technology.

  • Page 134: Safety Precautions

    Cautions and Warnings 7.7 Safety Precautions Your flat panel TV is engineered and manufactured with one of the highest priorities being safety. However, improper use can result in electric shock and/or fire. To avoid danger please follow the instructions below when installing, operating, and cleaning your flat panel TV.

  • Page 135: Radio Interference

    Product Name: Flat Panel TV Model Number: PRO-151FD/PRO-111FD 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: http://www.pioneerelectronics.com 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 136: Appendix

    Appendix 8 Appendix 8.1 Ratings Charts (for Various Audience Classifications) The charts below list the various rating systems recognized by your flat panel TV. 8.1.1 TV Ratings (age-based) Rating TV-Y TV-Y7 TV-G TV-PG TV-14 TV-MA 8.1.2 U.S. TV Parental Guideline Ratings (age/category-based) Rating 8.1.3 MPAA Movie Ratings (age-based) Rating...

  • Page 137: Canadian - English Ratings (age-based)

    Appendix 8.1.4 Canadian - English Ratings (age-based) Rating (exempt) (children) (children over 8) (general) (parental guidance) (children over 14) (adults) 8.1.5 Canadian - French Ratings (age-based) Rating 8ans+ 13ans+ 16ans+ 18ans+ Description News, sports, documentaries, other information programming, talk shows, music videos, variety programming For younger children under the age of eight years;...

  • Page 138: Manufacturer Codes To Program Into The Remote Control

    0144, 0107 Insight Paragon 0476, 0810 0000, 0008, 0525 Jerrold Penney 0476, 0810, 0000 0276, 0003 Philips Memorex 1305, 0317 0000 Pioneer Mitsubishi 1877, 0877, 0144, 0533, 0003 0023, 0260, Motorola 1021 1376, 0476, Pulsar 0810, 0276, 0000 1187, 1106 Quasar...

  • Page 139: Vcr (brands A - F)

    Appendix 8.2.3 VCR (Brands A - F) Brand/Code Brand/Code A-Mark Allegro 0037, 0240, 0039, 1137 0000, 0278, 0046 America Action 0278 1972 American High Accurian 0035, 0081 0000 Amstrad Admiral 0000 0060, 0048, Anam National 0039, 0047, 0226 0104, 0209, Asha 0479 0240...

  • Page 140: Vcr (brands G - O)

    Appendix 8.2.4 VCR (Brands G - O) Brand/Code Brand/Code Garrard Headquarter 0000 0046 Gateway Hewlett 1972 Packard 1972 0060, 0035, HI-Q 0048, 0240, 0035, 0047, 0000 0000 Gemini Hitachi 0060 0035, 0037, Genexxa 0045, 0000, 0037, 0000, 0042, 0041, 0278 0089 Go Video Howard...

  • Page 141: Vcr (brands P - V)

    0000, 0104, 0209, 0616, 0046, 1037, 0618, 0739, 1162 1081, 1181, Radix 1818 0037 Pilot Randex 0037 0037 Pioneer 0162, 0081, 0060, 0035, 0042, 0067, 0048, 0240, 0058, 0168, 0045, 0000, 1337, 1803 0042, 0880, Polk Audio 0058 0081 Realistic...

  • Page 142: Pvr

    Niveus Media 1972 1972 Northgate 1944 1972 Panasonic 2010 0614, 0616 Linksys Philips 1972 0618, 0739 1818 Brand/Code Brand/Code Pioneer Samsung 2052, 0142 0199 Sony 1769 1516 Brand/Code Brand/Code Go Video Magnavox 0741, 1158, 0646, 0675, 1304, 1730 1506 Panasonic...

  • Page 143: Dvd (brands A - N)

    Appendix 8.2.10 DVD (Brands A - N) Brand/Code Brand/Code 3D LAB Bel Canto 0503, 0539 Design Accurian 1571 0675, 1072, Blaupunkt 1416, 1737 0717 Acoustic Blue Parade Solutions 0571 0730 Blue Sky Adcom 0695, 0699 1094 Bose Afreey 2023 0698 Brandt Aiwa 0651...

  • Page 144: Dvd (brands O - Z)

    1267, 1340, Radionette 1354, 1846, 0741 2056, 2084 RadioShack Phonotrend 0571 0699 PianoDisc 0522, 0571, 1024 0717, 0790, 0822, 1022, Pioneer 0525, 0571, 1769 0142, 0631, Realistic 1475, 1476, 0571 1571, 1460, Reoc 1512, 1902, 0752 2052 8.2.12 LD Brand/Code...

  • Page 145: Specifications

    Appendix 8.3 Specifications Flat Panel TV Number of pixels Audio Amplifier Speaker Sound Effect On-Screen Languages Power Requirement Weight Reception System Digital Circuit Type Tuner VHF/UHF Tuner CATV Audio format Analog Circuit Type Tuner VHF/UHF Tuner CATV Audio multiplex Terminals - Side INPUT 3 INPUT 7 PHONES...

  • Page 146

    Appendix Terminals - Rear INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 4 PC INPUT COLOR SENSOR INPUT 5 INPUT 6 AUDIO OUT IR REPEATER OUT DIGITAL OUT ETHERNET CONTROL OUT SPEAKERS SUB WOOFER OUT * conforms to HDMI1.3 (Deep Color) and HDCP1.1 ** conforms to USB 1.1 and 2.0 HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a digital interface that handles both video and audio using a single cable.

  • Page 147

    Appendix License [MPEG4IP] This software is based in part on Mozilla Public License 1.1 see http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/ for information. [OpenSSL] OpenSSL License Copyright © 1998-2007 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1.

  • Page 148

    Appendix 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. 3.

  • Page 149

    Appendix * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. * Neither name of Intel Corporation nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

  • Page 150

    Appendix libpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are Copyright © 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc. For the purposes of this copyright and license, “Contributing Authors” is defined as the following set of individuals: Andreas Dilger Dave Martindale Guy Eric Schalnat Paul Schmidt...

  • Page 151

    Appendix [TinyLogin] This software is Copyright 1988 - 1994, Julianne Frances Haugh. All rights reserved. [portmap] Copyright © Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sun RPC is a product of Sun Microsystems, Inc. and is provided for unrestricted use provided that this legend is included on all tape media and as a part of the software program in whole or part.

  • Page 152

    Appendix HEREUNDER IS ON AN “AS IS” BASIS, AND THE AUTHOR HAS NO BLIGATION TO PROVIDE MAINTENANCE, SUPPORT, UPDATES, ENHANCEMENTS, OR MODIFICATIONS. [GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE] Version 2, June 1991 Copyright © 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

  • Page 153

    Appendix fee for the physical act of transferring a copy, and you may at your option offer warranty protection in exchange for a fee. 2. You may modify your copy or copies of the Program or any portion of it, thus forming a work based on the Program, and copy and distribute such modifications or work under the terms of Section 1 above, provided that you also meet all of these conditions: a) You must cause the modified files to carry prominent notices stating that you changed the files and the...

  • Page 154

    Appendix Program), you indicate your acceptance of this License to do so, and all its terms and conditions for copying, distributing or modifying the Program or works based on it. 6. Each time you redistribute the Program (or any work based on the Program), the recipient automatically receives a license from the original licensor to copy, distribute or modify the Program subject to these terms and conditions.

  • Page 155

    Appendix SUSTAINED BY YOU OR THIRD PARTIES OR A FAILURE OF THE PROGRAM TO OPERATE WITH ANY OTHER PROGRAMS), EVEN IF SUCH HOLDER OR OTHER PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, the best way to achieve this is to make it free software which everyone can redistribute and change under these terms.

  • Page 156

    Appendix Preamble The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public Licenses are intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software - to make sure the software is free for all its users.

  • Page 157

    Appendix GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION 0. This License Agreement applies to any software library or other program which contains a notice placed by the copyright holder or other authorized party saying it may be distributed under the terms of this Lesser General Public License (also called “this License”).

  • Page 158

    Appendix ordinary GNU General Public License, version 2, instead of to this License. (If a newer version than version 2 of the ordinary GNU General Public License has appeared, then you can specify that version instead if you wish.) Do not make any other change in these notices. Once this change is made in a given copy, it is irreversible for that copy, so the ordinary GNU General Public License applies to all subsequent copies and derivative works made from that copy.

  • Page 159

    Appendix For an executable, the required form of the “work that uses the Library” must include any data and utility programs needed for reproducing the executable from it. However, as a special exception, the materials to be distributed need not include anything that is normally distributed (in either source or binary form) with the major components (compiler, kernel, and so on) of the operating system on which the executable runs, unless that component itself accompanies the executable.

  • Page 160

    Appendix Each version is given a distinguishing version number. If the Library specifies a version number of this License which applies to it and “any later version”, you have the option of following the terms and conditions either of that version or of any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. If the Library does not specify a license version number, you may choose any version ever published by the Free Software Foundation.

  • Page 161

    For more information or to obtain a copy, contact your local Pioneer Customer Service center. Details of the GNU General Public License can be found at the GNU website (http://www.gnu.org).

  • Page 162: Glossary

    Appendix 8.4 Glossary HDMI The High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a digital data transmission standard for consumer electronics/home appliances. HDMI connects digital audio/video sources to a compatible digital audio and/or video device, such as a flat panel TV. HDMI also allows digitally transmitted audio and control signals on a single cable for multi-channel digital audio sources.

  • Page 163

    Appendix IP (Internet Protocol) Address A unique number that devices use in order to identify and communicate with each other on a network utilizing the Internet Protocol standard, such as “192.168.1.xxx”. No duplicate numbers are allowed within the network. LAN Cable A cable that has an eight-pin modular plug on each end and is different from a telephone plug which has four pins.

  • Page 164: Index

    Appendix 8.5 Index Numerics 100BASE-TX ... 95, 162 10BASE-T ...95 2-screen ... 12, 13, 69, 70 Air/Cable ...38 Analog ... 46, 72, 74, 84, 85 Analog TV Setup ...39, 41, 46 Auto Installation ...38, 41 Auto Size ...55, 59, 62 AV Selection ...57, 58 AVC ...49, 75 Balance ...36, 49, 60...

  • Page 165: Trademarks, Licenses, & Patent Information

    Disclaimer Notice Pioneer provides information to help in setting up a network and connecting the flat panel TV to the network, but you are solely responsible for proper network setup and the connection. Pioneer bears no responsibility whatsoever for any damage arising from the network setup and the connection you made.

  • Page 166

    For warranty information please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product. Si ce produit doit être réparé au Canada, veuillez vous adresser à un distributeur autorisé Pioneer du Canada pour obtenir le nom du Centre de Service Autorisé Pioneer le plus près de chez-vous. Vous pouvez aussi contacter le Service à la clientèle de Pioneer: Pioneer Électroniques du Canada, Inc.

  • Page 167

    253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936 TEL: 65-6472-7555 PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 178-184 Boundary Road, Braeside, Victoria 3195, Australia, TEL: (03) 9586-6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO S.A. DE C.V. Blvd.Manuel Avila Camacho 138 10 piso Col.Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico, D.F. 11000 TEL: 55-9178-4270 K002_B_En Published by Pioneer Corporation.

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