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PLASMA DISPLAY SYSTEM
PRO-1540HD
PRO-1140HD
PRO-940HD
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Operating Instructions
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    PLASMA DISPLAY SYSTEM PRO-1540HD PRO-1140HD PRO-940HD Register Your Product on www.pioneerelectronics.com www.pioneerelectronics.ca Operating Instructions (US) (Canada)

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    Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

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    Product Name: Plasma Display System Model Number: PRO-1540HD/PRO-1140HD/PRO-940HD 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 For Business Customer URL http://www.PioneerUSA.com...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    In some countries or regions, the shape of the power plug and power outlet may sometimes differ from that shown in the explanatory drawings. However the method of connecting and operating the unit is the same. Illustrations shown in this manual are for the PRO-1140HD unless otherwise specified. 01 Important User Guidance Information...

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    Contents Setting up closed captions ... 43 Activating the closed caption ... 43 Selecting the type of conventional closed captions ... 43 Selecting digital closed captions ... 44 Selecting digital closed caption parameters ... 44 Clock Setting ... 44 10 TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Using the TV Guide On Screen™...

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    Contents Enjoying the Home Media Gallery ...75 Making network connections ...76 Connecting a USB device ...76 Starting the Home Media Gallery function ...77 Enjoying movie files ...79 Enjoying music files ...82 Enjoying photo files ...83 Other useful functions ...86 Glossary ...91 13 Useful Remote Control Features Learning function of the remote control unit ...92...

  • Page 7: Important User Guidance Information

    Pioneer’s goal of reducing environmental waste in consumer electronics, during the manufacturing process and in the future during the recycling process. Over the course of its lifetime, the luminosity of the Pioneer PRO-1540HD/PRO-1140HD/PRO-940HD Plasma Display System will diminish very slowly, which happens to all phosphor-based screens (for example, a traditional tube-type television).

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    Important User Guidance Information CAUTION PIONEER bears no responsibility for any damage arising from incorrect use of the product malfunctions when in use, other product related problems, and use of the product except in cases where the company must be liable.

  • Page 9: Image Retention

    Important User Guidance Information About the menu window size following video format switch The video program that you watch may be high definition (HD) or standard definition (SD). This Plasma Display is designed to scale to either HD or SD signals. If the video program’s definition type changes while a menu window is displayed on the screen (for example: HD →...

  • Page 10: Safety Precautions

    • The approximate weight of each Plasma Display Panel is as follows: - PRO-1540HD - 51.5 kg (113.6 lbs.) - PRO-1140HD - 34.3 kg (75.7 lbs.) - PRO-940HD - 31.7 kg (69.9 lbs.) (with stand) Unpacking, carrying, and installing requires two or more...

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    NOTE • Use the optional PIONEER mounting products whenever possible. • PIONEER shall not be liable for any personal injury or property damage that results from using mounting items other than the optional PIONEER products. Mounting...

  • Page 12: Supplied Accessories

    Supplied Accessories Supplied Accessories Power cord (2 m/6.6 feet) Cleaning cloth Operating instructions Speed clamp × 3 Bead band × 3 Warranty card G-LINK cable (3 m/9.8 feet) Ferrite core AA size battery x 2 Hexagonal wrench x 1 Terminal position sheet (Alkaline battery for (Diagonal size: 6 mm) (for use when mounting...

  • Page 13: Plasma Display

    Part Names Part Names Plasma Display Front/side view (PRO-1540HD) 1 a POWER button (See page 26) 2 POWER ON indicator (See page 26) 3 STANDBY indicator (See page 26) 4 REC TIMER indicator 5 Remote control sensor (Side view) 6 STANDBY/ON button 7 INPUT button (ENTER button*) 8 VOLUME UP/DOWN buttons (UP/DOWN buttons*)

  • Page 14: Part Names

    Part Names Front/side view (PRO-1140HD) 1 a POWER button (See page 26) 2 POWER ON indicator (See page 26) 3 STANDBY indicator (See page 26) 4 REC TIMER indicator 5 Remote control sensor (Side view) 6 STANDBY/ON button 7 INPUT button (ENTER button*)

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    Part Names Front/side view (PRO-940HD) Viewed from below of the display 1 a POWER button (See page 26) 2 POWER ON indicator (See page 26) 3 STANDBY indicator (See page 26) 4 REC TIMER indicator 5 Remote control sensor Viewed from the front side of the display (Side view) 6 STANDBY/ON button 7 INPUT button (ENTER button*)

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    Part Names Rear view (PRO-1540HD) 19 20 24 1 PC INPUT terminal (ANALOG RGB) 2 CableCARD™ slot 3 ANT/CABLE A IN terminal 4 ANT B IN terminal 5 AC IN terminal 6 Ethernet cable port 7 HDMI terminals (INPUT 5/INPUT 6) 8 RS-232C terminal (used for factory setup) 9 DIGITAL OUT terminal (OPTICAL) 10 G-LINK terminal...

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    Part Names Rear view (PRO-1140HD) 19 20 24 1 PC INPUT terminal (ANALOG RGB) 2 CableCARD™ slot 3 ANT/CABLE A IN terminal 4 ANT B IN terminal 5 AC IN terminal 6 Ethernet cable port 7 HDMI terminals (INPUT 5/INPUT 6)

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    Part Names Rear view (PRO-940HD) 19 20 24 1 PC INPUT terminal (ANALOG RGB) 2 CableCARD™ slot 3 ANT/CABLE A IN terminal 4 ANT B IN terminal 5 AC IN terminal 6 Ethernet cable port 7 HDMI terminals (INPUT 5/INPUT 6) 8 RS-232C terminal (used for factory setup) 9 DIGITAL OUT terminal (OPTICAL) 10 G-LINK terminal...

  • Page 19: Remote Control Unit

    Part Names Remote control unit This section describes the button functions when the mode is set to TV. To use the remote for controlling other equipment, see “Using the remote control unit to control other devices” starting on page 99. Mode switch (with “TV”...

  • Page 20: Installing The Plasma Display

    NOTE • Allow enough space around the installed Plasma Display Panel to ensure proper ventilation. Using the optional PIONEER stand (for PRO-1540HD and PRO-1140HD) • For details on installation, refer to the instruction manual supplied with the stand.

  • Page 21: Preventing The Plasma Display From Falling Over

    Preparation Preventing the Plasma Display from Falling Over During installation, someone must steady the panel at all times. Stabilizing on a table or floor Stabilize the Plasma Display as shown in the diagram using screws that are 6 mm (1/4 inch) and at least 20 mm (13/16 inch) long (available from your dealer or other hardware sources).

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    Preparation Attaching/detaching the PIONEER stand (for PRO-940HD only) The PRO-940HD comes with the PIONEER table top stand attached. You can mount the display in a rack by detaching the stand. The method for attaching/detaching the stand varies depending on the particular panel.

  • Page 23: Cable Connections For Watching Digital And/or Conventional Tv Channels

    Preparation Cable connections for watching digital and/or conventional TV channels This system is equipped with two terminals for inputting TV broadcasting signals, ANT/CABLE A IN and ANT B IN. The ANT/CABLE A IN terminal accepts both digital and conventional TV broadcasting signals while the ANT B IN terminal accepts only conventional TV broadcasting signals.

  • Page 24: Preparing The Remote Control Unit

    Preparation Preparing the remote control unit Inserting batteries Open the battery cover. Load the supplied two AA batteries. Insert the negative polarity (–) ends first. • The battery polarities must correspond with the (+) and (–) indicators in the battery compartment. Close the battery cover.

  • Page 25: Connecting The Power Cord

    Attach the speed clamps using any of the 4 holes you prefer (50 inches, 3 holes: 42 inches, 2 holes) marked with an arrow ( ) below, depending on your routing system. for PRO-1540HD for PRO-1140HD for PRO-940HD AC IN terminal is located on the upper edge of the compartment.

  • Page 26: Turning On The Power

    Standby indicator to light (red). • The Plasma Display System consumes some power as long as the plug is inserted into an outlet. Plasma Display (PRO-1540HD) (PRO-1140HD) (PRO-940HD) System Status Viewed from below of the display (left). (Right side view)

  • Page 27: Watching Tv Channels

    Basic Operations Watching TV channels TV channels must be programmed into your panel. Refer to “Setting up TV channels” on page 37. NOTE • When watching a digital TV program, you may see emergency alert messages scrolling at the top of the screen. Those messages are broadcasted by TV stations as necessary when in emergency situations.

  • Page 28: Changing The Volume And Sound

    Basic Operations Changing the volume and sound To increase the volume, press VOL + on the remote control. To decrease the volume, press VOL –. • VOLUME +/– on the Plasma Display operates the same as VOL +/– on the remote control. •...

  • Page 29: Setting Mts/sap Mode

    Basic Operations Setting MTS/SAP mode When watching conventional TV programs, use the Multi- channel Television Sound (MTS) function to enjoy stereo sound and/or Secondary Audio Programs (SAP). • Stereo broadcasts Sports, shows, and concerts can be shown with dynamic stereo sound. •...

  • Page 30: Viewing A Channel Banner

    Basic Operations Viewing a channel banner While watching a TV program, pressing INFO causes a banner to appear. Pressing INFO again causes the banner to disappear. 12:33pm XXXXXXXXXX 12:30pm — 2:00pm Station name Current time Channel number Input (Ant. A or Ant. B) Program title Program time schedule Channel logo...

  • Page 31: Freezing Images

    Basic Operations • In 2-screen or picture-in-picture mode, press SWAP to switch the position of the 2 screens. The active screen (left side) is indicated by a “ symbol. The active screen’s picture and sound can be adjusted. • In 2-screen mode, press SCREEN SIZE to change the size of the left screen.

  • Page 32: About The Tv Guide On Screen System

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup About the TV Guide On Screen™ system The TV Guide On Screen™ system is a free, interactive on- screen television program guide. The system offers program listings, searching by keyword, timer recording, reminders and more.

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    TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Screen 2: Enter ZIP or Postal Code • If you selected USA in Screen 1, you see the ZIP Code screen. • Input ZIP Code. Press the number keys or use to display a number then to move to another field.

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    TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Screen 8: Is a VCR Connected? • If you select “Yes”, you see Screen 9. • If you select “No”, you see Screen 14. Screen 9: VCR Configuration Diagram • This screen shows the correct way to install the G-LINK cable from the back of the device to the recording device.

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    TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Screen 14: Confirming Your Settings Verify that the Setup information is correct. • If it is, select “Yes, end setup” to advance to Screen 15. • If it is not, select “No, repeat setup process”, to return to Screen 1.

  • Page 36: Menu Configuration

    Menu Setup Menu Setup Menu Configuration AV mode menus Home Menu Item Picture AV Selection Contrast Brightness Color Tint Sharpness Pro Adjust Reset Sound Treble Bass Balance Reset FOCUS Front Surround Power Control Energy Save No Signal off No Operation off Sleep Timer Option Position...

  • Page 37: Channel Setup

    Tuner Setup Tuner Setup Setting up TV channels This section describes how to search and set up TV channels. Unless you set up TV channels using Auto Channel Preset, you may not be able to tune in all available channels. Using Auto Channel Preset Auto Channel Preset automatically searches and sets up TV channels.

  • Page 38: Tuner Setup Parental Control

    Tuner Setup NOTE • This function is available only when receiving digital broadcasting signals. • When you use the TV Guide On Screen™ system with a cable service, select “Cable” for “Auto Channel Preset”. • Executing more than one scan for cables can cause broadcast reception to fail.

  • Page 39: Clearing The Password

    Setting the voluntary movie rating system (MPAA) Press HOME MENU. We suggest you write down your password and keep in a safe place. PRO-1540HD/PRO-1140HD/PRO-940HD Your password No.: Select “Tuner Setup”. ( / Select “Parental Control”. ( / Select “MPAA Ratings”. ( / Select the desired rating and change the setting.

  • Page 40: Blocking Not Rated Tv Programs

    Tuner Setup NOTE • Blocking a rating causes more severe ratings to be automatically blocked. Likewise, unblocking a rating causes less severe ratings to be automatically unblocked. Setting the TV Parental Guidelines (TV Guidelines) Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Tuner Setup”. ( / Select “Parental Control”.

  • Page 41: Setting Canadian English Ratings

    Tuner Setup Canadian French ratings Rating Description Exempt programming. General: All ages and children, contains minimal direct violence, but may be integrated into the plot in a humorous or unrealistic manner. 8ans+ General but inadvisable for young children: May be viewed by a wide public audience, but could contain scenes disturbing to children under eight who cannot distinguish between imaginary and real situations.

  • Page 42: Home Menu

    Tuner Setup Select and change the desired rating. ( / Parental Control New (xxx) Unavailable Ratings New (xxx) New (xxx) New (xxx) Password • The menu appears between “Unavailable Ratings” and “Password”. • The password entry screen appears. Enter your 4-digit password using the number buttons. •...

  • Page 43: Item

    Tuner Setup Setting your favorite channels Set up to 10 TV channels for each of the four color buttons on the remote control (40 channels in total). Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Tuner Setup”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Favorites”. ( / Select a color button (A, B, C, D).

  • Page 44: Selecting Digital Closed Captions

    Tuner Setup Selecting digital closed captions Use the following procedure to select digital closed captions: Service 1 to 6. Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Tuner Setup”. ( / Select “Closed Captions”. ( / Select “Digital Settings”. ( / Select “Digital Service”. ( / Select the desired closed caption.

  • Page 45: Tuner Setup

    Tuner Setup If you chose “Auto Set”, select an antenna (A or B) and a and ENTER. channel number using Clock Auto/Manual Set Clock Set Channel Current Time: 11:58 pm PDT Auto/Manual Set •Auto Set Ant. A Monday 05/17/04 • The date and time is corrected automatically using data from the selected channel.

  • Page 46: Using The Tv Guide On Screen System

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Using the TV Guide On Screen™ system Before you can use the TV Guide On Screen™ system, you’ll need to set it up. If you haven’t already done this, please turn to “TV Guide On Screen™...

  • Page 47: Tv Guide On Screen™ Navigation

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation TV Guide On Screen™ navigation The table below summarizes the TV Guide On Screen™ system navigation buttons for the remote control. What it does TV GUIDE Press to display the TV Guide On Screen™ system (also use to exit).

  • Page 48: Recording Programs

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Weekly – Records the same program at the same time • day every week • No record icon – Does not record. The program is recorded if it starts any time up to the midway point of the originally scheduled program.

  • Page 49: Setting Program Reminders

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation When the recording is about to start The TV Guide On Screen™ system alerts you when a scheduled recording is about to start and gives you the chance to cancel the recording. When you see the on-screen alert, select the next action; •...

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    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Once all the settings have been made, press ENTER to highlight “schedule reminder”, then press ENTER again. • The reminder is now set (listed in SCHEDULE) and the appropriate icon appears on the show title. If there is a time conflict with a previously scheduled auto-tune reminder or recording, you will be alerted.

  • Page 51: Searching For Programs

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Searching for programs The Search screen lets you search for programs alphabetically, by category, or by keyword. You can also search for HDTV programs. Searching by category This option supports searching for programs by category, and then by a further sub-category.

  • Page 52: Searching By Keyword

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Searching by keyword This option supports searching for shows based on keywords you enter. The keywords you create are stored so you can use them again. Select “SEARCH” from the Service bar at the top of the screen.

  • Page 53: Alphabetical Search

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Alphabetical search This search is designed to display all programs that start with a particular letter. Select “SEARCH” from the Service bar at the top of the screen. Press to move to the search category bar, then press to select “ALPHABETICAL”.

  • Page 54: Scheduling Recordings And Reminders

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Scheduling recordings and reminders From the Schedule area you can review, edit or delete future recording sessions and reminders. Select “SCHEDULE” from the Service bar at the top of the screen. Programs marked for reminding or to be recorded (referred to as scheduled ‘events’) are listed.

  • Page 55: Changing Setup Options

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Changing setup options You can change TV Guide On Screen™ settings from the Setup menu. Setup options are divided into three categories: System Settings, Channel Display, and Default Options. Select “SETUP” from the Service bar at the top of the screen.

  • Page 56: Changing The Default Options

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation to highlight a channel then press ENTER to go Press to the Grid Options menu. From the Grid Options menu you can set: • channel – On (display in channel list), Off (don’t display) or Auto Hide (hide when no program information is available) •...

  • Page 57: Av Selection

    Adjustments and Settings Adjustments and Settings Sleep Timer When the selected time elapses, the Sleep Timer automatically places the system into standby. Press SLEEP to select the desired time. • The timer starts counting. • Each time you press SLEEP, the selection cycles as below: (cancel) •...

  • Page 58: Contrast

    Adjustments and Settings Basic picture adjustments Adjust the picture to your preference unless DYNAMIC was selected. The DYNAMIC setting automatically adjusts the image. Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Picture”. ( / Select an item to be adjusted. ( / Picture AV Selection Contrast...

  • Page 59: Advanced Picture Adjustments

    Adjustments and Settings Advanced picture adjustments The Plasma Display System provides various advanced functions for optimizing the picture quality. For details on these functions, see the following tables. Using PureCinema Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Picture”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Pro Adjust”.

  • Page 60: Using Cti

    Adjustments and Settings Using CTI Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Picture”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Pro Adjust”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Color Detail”. ( / then ENTER) Select “CTI”. ( / Select the desired parameter. ( / Color Transient Improvement (CTI) provides images with clearer color contours.

  • Page 61: Eliminating Noise From Images

    Adjustments and Settings Eliminating noise from images Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Picture”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Pro Adjust”. ( / then ENTER) Select “NR”. ( / Select an item to be adjusted. ( / • Choose “DNR”, “MPEG NR” or “BNR”. Select the desired parameter.

  • Page 62: Treble

    Adjustments and Settings Using the 3DYC and I-P Mode Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Picture”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Pro Adjust”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Others”. ( / Select an item to be adjusted. ( / • Choose “3DYC” or “I-P Mode”. Select the desired parameter.

  • Page 63: Focus

    Adjustments and Settings FOCUS Focus shifts the sound-source direction (sound image) upward and produces clear sound contours. Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Sound”. ( / Select “FOCUS”. ( / ) Select the desired parameter. ( / ) Item Description Deactivates FOCUS Activates FOCUS Press HOME MENU again to exit the menu.

  • Page 64: No Operation Off

    Adjustments and Settings No Operation off (AV mode only) The system automatically enters Standby when no operation is performed for three hours. Press HOME MENU. Select “Power Control”. ( / Select “No Operation off”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Enable”. ( / Item Description Disable...

  • Page 65: Manual Setup

    PC mode except for XGA signals to select “Reset” in Item FULL Dot by Dot PC mode for XGA signals (Ex. 1024 × 768 input with PRO-1140HD/PRO-1540HD) Item FULL1 FULL2 NOTE • In 2-screen mode, press SCREEN SIZE to change the size of the left screen.

  • Page 66: Auto Size

    Adjustments and Settings • When watching a High Definition TV broadcast, press SCREEN SIZE to cycle through FULL, ZOOM, WIDE, and 4:3. • High Definition TV broadcasting with WIDE selected may hide some of the screen image. If this is the case, select FULL.

  • Page 67: Side Mask

    Adjustments and Settings Changing the brightness on both sides of the screen (Side Mask) With the 4:3 screen size selected for the AV mode, you can change the brightness of the gray vertical bars (side masks) that appear on the sides of the screen. Press HOME MENU.

  • Page 68: About External Equipment

    Using External Equipment Using External Equipment About External Equipment You can connect many types of devices to your Plasma Display System. Some examples are a DVD player, VCR, PC, game console, or camcorder. To view images coming from external equipment, select the input source using the INPUT buttons on the remote control or the INPUT button on the Plasma Display.

  • Page 69: Hdmi Input

    Using External Equipment Using HDMI Input The INPUT 5 and INPUT 6 terminals are HDMI terminals for digital video and audio signals. To use the HDMI terminal, specify the types of video and audio signals being sent from the connected equipment. For signal types refer to the device’s operating manual.

  • Page 70: Monitor Out

    Using External Equipment Using a game console or watching camcorder images Connecting a game console or camcorder Use the INPUT 4 terminals to connect a game console, camcorder, or other audio/visual equipment. Plasma Display (left side view) Component Video cable (sold separately) AV cable (sold separately)

  • Page 71: Connecting A Recorder

    Using External Equipment Connecting a recorder Plasma Display (rear view) Viewed from the bottom Ferrite core of the Plasma Display G-LINK cable (supplied) AV cable (sold separately) NOTE • About the MONITOR OUT terminals The MONITOR OUT terminals cannot output the following signals: •Video signals input from the COMPONENT VIDEO terminal •Video signals from a PC...

  • Page 72: Digital Audio Out

    Using External Equipment Switching the optical audio signal type Set up for the DIGITAL AUDIO output terminal (OPTICAL), according to your AV receiver’s operating instructions. Press HOME MENU. then ENTER) Select “Option”. ( / Select “Digital Audio Out”. ( / Select “Dolby Digital”...

  • Page 73: Computer Compatibility Chart

    Using External Equipment Computer compatibility chart Resolution Frequency 720 × 400 70 Hz 640 × 480 60 Hz 72 Hz 75 Hz 800 × 600 56 Hz 60 Hz 72 Hz 75 Hz 1024 × 768 60 Hz 70 Hz 75 Hz 1360 x 768 60 Hz...

  • Page 74: Connecting Control Cables

    Connect control cables between the Plasma Display and other PIONEER equipment having the carry commands from a Pioneer device through its remote control to the remote control sensor on the Plasma Display. After the CONTROL IN terminals have been connected, the remote control sensors on the device does not accept commands from the remote control.

  • Page 75: Home Media Gallery

    MS, MMC, xD Picture and CF that comply with the Mass Storage File System through a USB interface. • Supported formats and contents are subject to change. Visit the Pioneer website for updated information: http://www.pioneerelectronics.com • The Home Media Gallery functions as a WMDRM10-ND (Microsoft Windows Media DRM for networked devices).

  • Page 76: Making Network Connections

    Using External Equipment Making network connections To connect to a network, set up the Home Media Gallery through the panel’s menu. Connect to a home network (LAN) via an Ethernet hub or cable directly to a media server. NOTE • Although the Home Media Gallery supports 10BASE-T, it is better to use 100BASE-TX for improved display quality and speed.

  • Page 77: Starting The Home Media Gallery Function

    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 memory. Starting the Home Media Gallery function Press HOME MENU.

  • Page 78: Using External Equipment

    Using External Equipment Selectable screen display Menu display options are: “List”, “Thumbnail” or “Thumbnail List”. Press D then select “Change view” from the Tool Menu to choose from the screen display options. All Photos Add to My Playlist XXXX List Change view Sort Thumbnail...

  • Page 79: Enjoying Movie Files

    Using External Equipment Media Navigator While navigating through the folders a media server provides, you can select the desired file to start the corresponding player by pressing ENTER. Screen Components Media Navigator Movie Title Music Movie Photos Server User Files XXXXXX Tool 1 Thumbnail of the file selected (if obtained)

  • Page 80

    Using External Equipment Movie Player key guide ENTER: Pauses while playback or plays back while in PAUSE Fast reverse during playback or when in PAUSE. Each press toggles the reverse speed between x 2, x 4, x 8, x 20, x 50, and x 100 or the slow mode speed between x 1/2, x 1/4, x 1/8, and x 1/16.

  • Page 81

    Using External Equipment Press HOME MENU to exit the Home Media Gallery. NOTE • This function may not be supported depending on the content or server software. • An error may arise in time-related information depending on the content or server software. Slow Playback In playback mode or PAUSE, press D then select “Slow Playback”...

  • Page 82: Enjoying Music Files

    Using External Equipment Enjoying music files You can display the menu as a “List”, “Thumbnail” or “Thumbnail List” screen. Press D then select an option under “Change view” on the Tool Menu. You can also navigate through the subsequent or preceding menu levels in the server or USB device by pressing When you select music content from the server menu on the Media Navigator screen, the Music Player automatically...

  • Page 83: Enjoying Photo Files

    Using External Equipment Play modes Add to My Playlist (Tool Menu) Adds the selected content to My Playlist List (Not available while music content is played back.) Time Search (Tool Menu) Plays back the selected content from the time preset on the Music Player Stop Music (Tool Menu),...

  • Page 84

    Using External Equipment Photo Player key guide ENTER: Starts displaying a photo or playing a slideshow. Pauses while playback or plays back while in PAUSE. RETURN: Stops the Player and returns to the previous screen (List/Thumbnail/Thumbnail List) Displays the previous image content Display the next image content ...

  • Page 85

    Using External Equipment then ENTER). Select “OK” ( • The slideshow setup finishes. NOTE • After setting the “Interval” time, it may take longer than the preset time until the next image is obtained. Starting the slideshow Press HOME MENU. Select “Home Media Gallery”...

  • Page 86: Other Useful Functions

    Using External Equipment Other useful functions Search You can search the desired items contained in the Folder or Contents List by word. Searched results are displayed on the screen. Press HOME MENU. Select “Home Media Gallery” ( Select the desired folder and/or content in the Media then ENTER).

  • Page 87

    Using External Equipment Setup The “Setup” is used for “Network Setup”, “Auto Connection Setup”, “Default Settings”, “Software Update” and “Home Media Gallery Version”. Setup Network Setup Auto Connection Setup Default Settings Software Update Home Media Gallery Version Press HOME MENU. Select “Home Media Gallery”...

  • Page 88

    Using External Equipment Editing files in My Playlist Press HOME MENU. Select “Home Media Gallery” ( then ENTER). Select “My Playlist” ( Select “Movie Playlist”, “Music Playlist” or “Photo Playlist” from the Playlist category ( • Five playlists are displayed. •...

  • Page 89

    Software Update Software update is available on the Pioneer website (http:// www.pioneerelectronics.com). Make sure that you have a USB flash memory. First download the software according to...

  • Page 90

    Using External Equipment “Auto Connection Setup” For extra convenience, you can toggle between the following features: “Last Connected When you check in the “Last Connected Server” Server” box, the Plasma Display accesses the last server using WOL (“Wake On LAN”) first as the Media Navigator is selected from the Home Media Gallery.

  • Page 91: Glossary

    Using External Equipment Glossary Default Gateway Default gateway is a node on a computer network that serves as an access point to another network. A default gateway (such as a computer and router) is used to forward all traffic that is not addressed to a station within the local subnet.

  • Page 92: Learning Function Of The Remote Control Unit

    Useful Remote Control Features Useful Remote Control Features Learning function of the remote control unit You can operate the connected AV products (AV Receiver, Cable Box, SAT tuner, VCR, DVD, DVD recorder, LD) using the remote control’s learning function. The remote control can memorize other remote control’s codes.

  • Page 93: Manufacturing Reset

    • If the tables on pages 94 to 98 do not include your device’s manufacturer or the remote control does not work, use the Learn mode. • The initial mode is “PIONEER”. • When using any of the receiver buttons (a, INPUT, or VOL +/–) to cancel the Learn mode, follow the procedure with the Mode switch set to “TV”.

  • Page 94: Programming Codes

    0014 0011 Panasonic Global 1327 Panther GoldStar 0144 Paragon Hamlin 0009 0273 Philips Hitachi 0014 0011 0154 Pioneer i3 Micro 1602 Jerrold 0476 0810 0276 0003 Pulsar PVP Stereo Visual Matrix 0003 0012 0014 0011 0008 Quasar 0144 RadioShack Memorex...

  • Page 95: Useful Remote Control Features

    Useful Remote Control Features Brand Codes Brand 1972 Craig Admiral 0048 0209 0479 Crown Adventura 0000 Curtis Mathes Aiko 0278 Aiwa 0037 0000 0124 0307 Cybernex 0479 1137 CyberPower Akai 0041 0061 0106 0175 Cyrus Daewoo 0242 Akiba 0072 Akura 0271 Alba 0209 0072 0278 0020...

  • Page 96

    0035 0000 0209 0038 0226 0479 0561 Philips 0035 0081 0000 0062 0226 0563 0593 0618 0739 1081 1181 1266 Phonola 0081 Pilot 0037 Pioneer 0081 0042 0067 0058 0168 0206 0235 1337 Polk Audio 0081 Portland 0020 Profitronic 0240 Proline...

  • Page 97

    Useful Remote Control Features Brand Codes Brand 1972 Alienware 1972 Hughes Network Systems 0739 CyberPower 1972 Humax Dell 1972 Hush DirecTV 0739 iBUYPOWER EverFocus 1346 Linksys Gateway 1195 1196 1972 Media Center PC Hewlett Packard 1972 Microsoft Howard Computers 1972 Mind Brand Codes...

  • Page 98: Dvd-r

    1224 Philco 0690 0790 Philips 0503 0539 0646 0675 0854 1158 1260 1267 1354 PianoDisc 1024 Pioneer 0525 0571 0631 0632 1475 1476 1571 Polaroid 1020 1061 1086 1245 1316 1478 1480 1482 Polk Audio 0539 Portland 0770 Prima...

  • Page 99: Using The Remote Control Unit To Control Other Devices

    Using the remote control unit to control other devices Receiver control buttons When a Pioneer receiver is connected to the display, use buttons 1 to 3 to operate the receiver. When a non-Pioneer receiver is connected to the display, the signals for 1 to 3 must first be “learned”.

  • Page 100: Cbl/sat Control Buttons

    Useful Remote Control Features CBL/SAT control buttons When the CBL/SAT function has been preset by the remote control’s learning function, the remote control buttons function as shown below. • When the Mode switch is set to CBL/SAT, the cable converter or satellite broadcast tuner connected to the display, use the buttons shown below to operate the device (3, 4, 5, 8 and 9 for cable converters and 1 to 7 for satellite tuners):...

  • Page 101: Vcr Control Buttons

    Useful Remote Control Features VCR control buttons When the VCR is preset by the remote control’s learning function, the remote control buttons function as follows: (Mode switch must be set to VCR). • Press the input selector button (INPUT 1–6) that matches the input terminal connected to the VCR.

  • Page 102: Dvd/dvr Control Buttons

    DVD recorder, press twice to open the disc tray. 11, 12 STOP REC (DVD recorder only) Press and hold  then press  to stop recording. This operation applies to Pioneer DVD recorders only. NOTE • A DVD player and a DVD recorder cannot be selected at the same time.

  • Page 103: Troubleshooting

    Unplug the panel’s power cord from the power outlet. Wait one to two minutes then plug in the panel again. If the problem is not solved with this, contact the nearest Pioneer Authorized Independent Service Company, or the Customer Support Division (see back cover).

  • Page 104

    Appendix Problem OTHER • TV-Guide data is unavailable • An external device connected to the USB terminal does not operate • Photo data stored in a digital still camera cannot be read through USB interface • Panel sounds/noises • Screen shows uneven brightness on the sides Home Media Gallery/NETWORK •...

  • Page 105

    • Some files that comply with the supported format may not be played back or displayed. • It takes time to capture and display a large-sized image. If this is the case, no operation may be performed. • See the Pioneer website (www.pioneerelectronics.com) for the formats that are supported. Home Media Gallery/FIRMWARE •...

  • Page 106

    Appendix This product in part uses “OpenSSL” software. To the extent the OpenSSL software is being used, the following notification applies: Copyright (c) 1998-2006 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 107

    Appendix Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd and Clark Cooper Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Expat maintainers. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.

  • Page 108

    Appendix libpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are Copyright (c) 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 109

    This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)” Linux Source Notice The Pioneer Plasma Television is powered by utilizing the Linux operating system. The machine readable copy of the corresponding source code is available for the cost of distribution. To obtain a copy, please visit http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/ for more information.

  • Page 110

    Appendix 1. You may copy and distribute verbatim copies of the Program’s source code as you receive it, in any medium, provided that you conspicuously and appropriately publish on each copy an appropriate copyright notice and disclaimer of warranty; keep intact all the notices that refer to this License and to the absence of any warranty;...

  • Page 111

    Appendix 7. If, as a consequence of a court judgment or allegation of patent infringement or for any other reason (not limited to patent issues), conditions are imposed on you (whether by court order, agreement or otherwise) that contradict the conditions of this License, they do not excuse you from the conditions of this License.

  • Page 112

    Appendix Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type ‘show w’. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type ’show c’ for details. The hypothetical commands ’show w’ and ’show c’ should show the appropriate parts of the General Public License. Of course, the commands you use may be called something other than ’show w’...

  • Page 113

    Appendix A more frequent case is that a free library does the same job as widely used non-free libraries. In this case, there is little to gain by limiting the free library to free software only, so we use the Lesser General Public License. In other cases, permission to use a particular library in non-free programs enables a greater number of people to use a large body of free software.

  • Page 114

    Appendix 4. You may copy and distribute the Library (or a portion or derivative of it, under Section 2) in object code or executable form under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above provided that you accompany it with the complete corresponding machine-readable source code, which must be distributed under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above on a medium customarily used for software interchange.

  • Page 115

    Appendix 10. Each time you redistribute the Library (or any work based on the Library), the recipient automatically receives a license from the original licensor to copy, distribute, link with or modify the Library subject to these terms and conditions. You may not impose any further restrictions on the recipients’...

  • Page 116

    Appendix How to Apply These Terms to Your New Libraries If you develop a new library, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, we recommend making it free software that everyone can redistribute and change. You can do so by permitting redistribution under these terms (or, alternatively, under the terms of the ordinary General Public License).

  • Page 117: Specifications

    • Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. 60" Plasma Display 50" Plasma Display Model: PRO-1540HD Model: PRO-1140HD 1365 × 768 pixels 1365 × 768 pixels 13 W + 13 W (1 kHz, 10 %, 8 Ω) 13 W + 13 W (1 kHz, 10 %, 8 Ω) –...

  • Page 118

    Appendix Dimensions PRO-1540HD Unit: mm (inch) 1470 (57-7/8) (34-21/32) PRO-1140HD Unit: mm (inch) 1224 (48-3/16) (28-1/4) PRO-940HD Unit: mm (inch) 1040 (40-15/16) (26-3/4) 559 (22) (4-21/32) (4-1/2) (4-1/2) (28-5/16) (10-3/4)

  • Page 119

    Plasma TV may benefit from, or require software upgrades. As part of our commitment to our customers, Pioneer will send you upgrade software and instructions as needed to keep your DCR compatible Plasma TV up to date with this technology.

  • Page 120

    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 Published by Pioneer Corporation.

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