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HP Pavilion
M40, M50, and M70
Multimedia
Displays
User's Guide

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  • Page 1 HP Pavilion M40, M50, and M70 Multimedia Displays User’s Guide...
  • Page 2 HP Pavilion M50 and M70 Multimedia Displays Notice The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
  • Page 3 Introduction HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays Hewlett-Packard is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company in the United States of America and other countries. Other brand or product names are trademarks of their respective holders.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1 Introduction 1 For Your Safety 2 2 Installation 5 Unpacking the Display 5 Locating the Display 5 Connecting the Power and Video Cables 6 Connecting the Speakers 8 3 Using the Display 11 Turning the Display On Degaussing the Display 12 Setting the Screen Resolution 13 Minimizing Eyestrain 13...
  • Page 5 Introduction HP Pavilion 5 Technical Information 35 M40 Display Information 35 M50 Display Information 40 M70 Display Information 44 DPMS Power-Management Features 48 6 Regulatory Information 51 FCC Statement 51 X-Ray Radiation Notice 52 General Notice 53 Multimedia Displays M40 Video Modes 37...
  • Page 6: Introduction

    1 Introduction The HP Pavilion M40, M50, and M70 Multimedia Displays (Models D5269A, D5258A, and D5259A) are high- resolution, multi-scan color monitors designed for use with HP Pavilion and other computers. Each display includes a built-in microphone and mounts for the speakers supplied with HP Pavilion computers.
  • Page 7: For Your Safety

    Introduction HP Pavilion Control panel For Your Safety For your safety and the protection of your display, follow these precautions: Always connect the display to a grounded, three-prong power outlet. Use only the factory-supplied power cord. WARNING To completely disconnect power from the display, you must remove the power cable from the power socket.
  • Page 8 Introduction HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays To avoid the risk of damage to the display and electrical shock to yourself, do not expose the display to rain or moisture. Adjust only those controls whose operations are covered in this manual. Improperly adjusting other controls may result in damage and could require repair by a service technician.
  • Page 9: Installation

    2 Installation Follow the instructions in this chapter to install your HP Pavilion M40, M50, or M70 Multimedia Display. Before installing the display, refer NOTE to your computer and video adapter documentation. You may need to make changes to accommodate the display.
  • Page 10: Connecting The Power And Video Cables

    Installation HP Pavilion Connecting the Power and Video Cables Before connecting any cables, make sure to read the safety instructions at the beginning of the manual. The computer and display must be turned off. Multimedia Displays...
  • Page 11 Installation HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays To connect the power and video cables 1. Connect the power cord to the back of the display. 2. Plug the power cord into a power outlet. 3. Connect the orange plug on the video cable to the video port of your computer.
  • Page 12: Connecting The Speakers

    On HP Pavilion computers, the port is marked in yellow. Connecting the Speakers The display is designed for use with the HP/Polk Audio speakers supplied with HP Pavilion computers. To connect the speakers 1. Extend the cables attached to the two speakers.
  • Page 13 Installation HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays right side of the display, then push down until the speaker is secure.
  • Page 14 Installation HP Pavilion 4. Clip the speaker wires to the underside of the monitor as shown in the illustration. 5. Plug the two speaker wire connectors into the Y-connector. 6. Plug the single connector on the end of the Y-connector’s cable to the sound-out port on your computer.
  • Page 15: Using The Display

    3 Using the Display This chapter contains information about using your HP Pavilion M40, M50, or M70 Multimedia Display. Turning the Display On and Off You use the power button on the front panel to turn the display on and off.
  • Page 16: Degaussing The Display

    There are two degaussing options for the M70 display. You can either turn off the display as described for the M40 and M50, or use the degauss option in the OSD main window. See “Using the OSD Main Window” in Chapter 4 for instructions.
  • Page 17: Setting The Screen Resolution

    The screen resolution is set on the computer. The display supports many common screen resolutions, as shown in “M40 Video Modes,” “M50 Video Modes,” and “M70 Video Modes” in Chapter 5. Check the documentation supplied with your computer and video adapter to find out which resolutions they support.
  • Page 18: Minimizing Energy Use

    Using the Display HP Pavilion Video Modes” in Chapter 5 show the image refresh rates supported by the displays at different screen resolutions. Minimizing Energy Use All HP Pavilion computers and many other computers support VESA display power management . Power-management features reduce the display’s power consumption after a period of keyboard inactivity.
  • Page 19: Care And Cleaning

    Using the Display HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays Care and Cleaning To maximize screen life and prevent damage to the picture tube, HP recommends that you Use the display power-management system (if available on your computer) or a screen saver program. Turn off the display or reduce its brightness and contrast to minimum levels when you won’t be using the...
  • Page 20 Using the Display HP Pavilion 2. Spray a soft cotton cloth with glass cleaner and gently wipe the screen. 3. Dry the screen with a soft cotton cloth. 4. Plug in the display and turn it on. Multimedia Displays...
  • Page 21: Adjusting The Viewing Angle

    Using the Display HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays Adjusting the Viewing Angle The display’s pedestal mounting enables you to adjust the viewing angle. You can tilt and turn the display to find the most comfortable viewing position.
  • Page 22 Using the Display HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays...
  • Page 23: Changing Display Settings

    4 Changing Display Settings You use the OSD (On-Screen Display) features of the Pavilion displays to change their settings. The buttons on the front panel control on-screen icons and windows. Using the Front Panel You use the six buttons on the front of the display to control OSD functions.
  • Page 24: Setting The Custom Preset Modes

    Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion The minus button decreases a setting if an adjustment window is open. In the OSD main window, the button moves backward through the icons. The plus button increases a setting if an adjustment window is open. In the OSD main window, the button moves forward through the icons.
  • Page 25 Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays You choose the mode in the Mode window, which displays the following icons: Productivity mode is designed for best results in office environments and with applications like word processors and spreadsheets. Photos/Graphics mode has the same settings used by graphics professionals in photographic and pre-press applications and...
  • Page 26: Changing Mode Settings

    Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion To set the display mode 1. Press the Mode button to display the Mode window. 2. To immediately change to the next mode, press the Mode button again. (Alternatively, press the + or – button to move through the icons.) 3.
  • Page 27 Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays If you turn off the display, it will be in Personal Setup mode when you turn it back on. Any changes previously made to Productivity, Photos/Graphics, or Gaming modes are lost. The display’s power-saving features don’t affect temporary changes to custom preset modes.
  • Page 28: Adjusting The Brightness And Contrast

    Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast You can change the display’s brightness or contrast quickly by pressing the brightness or contrast button on the front panel. (You can also adjust the brightness and contrast through the OSD main window as described in the next section, “Using the OSD Main Window.”) Brightness adjusts the black level,...
  • Page 29: Using The Osd Main Window

    Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays (Alternatively, wait five seconds for the window to close automatically.) Using the OSD Main Window The OSD main window enables you to make changes to a variety of display settings. You open the window by pressing the Select button when no other OSD windows are displayed on the screen.
  • Page 30 Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Select the pincushion icon to adjust any tapering or bowing of the sides of the image. Select the trapezoid icon to adjust distortion where the top of the image is larger or smaller than the bottom of the image.
  • Page 31 Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays Select the exit icon to close the OSD main window and save any changes you have made. In most cases, when you select an icon, an adjustment window appears below the OSD main window. The adjustment window contains a control bar that you shorten or lengthen with the + or –...
  • Page 32 Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion There are some exceptions to this pattern, however: Selecting the color temperature icon opens a window where you can make additional choices. See the next section, “Choosing the Color Temperature,” for instructions. The degauss, factory reset, and exit options don’t have adjustment windows.
  • Page 33: Choosing The Color Temperature

    Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays If you selected another option, an adjustment window appears for the option you selected. 1024x768 / 75HZ 4. Press the + or – button to change the current setting. 5. Press the Select button to save your changes and close the adjustment window.
  • Page 34 Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion In Productivity and Gaming Modes, you can choose between two settings: 9300K and 6500K. In Photos/Graphics mode, you can also choose a third setting—5000K. This setting is represented by the camera icon. In Personal Setup mode, you can choose colors to suit the color of the ambient lighting in your environment.
  • Page 35: Setting Red, Green, And Blue Values

    Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays 1024x768 / 75HZ 9300 6500 3. Press the + or – button to move to the color temperature option you want. 4. Press the Select button to select the color temperature and close the adjustment window.
  • Page 36 Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion If you have difficulty getting an exact color match, reset each color to its middle value (50%), then readjust to find the color setting you want. To set RGB values 1. Press the Mode button, and press the + or –...
  • Page 37 Changing Display Settings HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays move to the Personal Setup icon. 7. Press the Select button to open the RGB adjustment window. The Exit icon is highlighted by default. 8. If you want to accept the current RGB values, press the + or - button to close the window.
  • Page 38: Technical Information

    5 Technical Information This chapter contains technical information about the M40, M50, and M70 displays. These displays are compatible with IBM PC, PC/XT, PC/AT, PS/2, and other PC- compatible computers. They are also compatible with VESA power-management standards. (See “DPMS Power-Management Features”...
  • Page 39 Technical Information HP Pavilion Maximum power consumption Dot rate Pedestal Multimedia Displays 74 W 65 MHz Tilt: -5° forward, 12° backward Swivel: 90° left or right...
  • Page 40: M40 Video Modes

    Technical Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays Dimensions (W x H x D) Net weight Operating Conditions Temperature Humidity Storage Conditions Temperature Humidity M40 Video Modes The display supports the following industry-standard combinations of screen resolution and refresh rates. Other combinations are possible, but may require adjustments to the image size and position.
  • Page 41: M40 Pin Assignments

    Technical Information HP Pavilion 1024 x 768 CAUTION Setting the screen resolution/refresh rate combination higher than 1024 x 768 at 60 Hz can damage the display. M40 Pin Assignments The following figure illustrates the 15-pin D-sub male video connector used by the M40 monitor.
  • Page 42 Technical Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 43: M50 Display Information

    Technical Information HP Pavilion M50 Display Information Picture tube Maximum viewable area Line (horizontal) frequency Raster (vertical) frequency Power source Maximum power consumption Dot rate Pedestal Dimensions (W x H x D) Multimedia Displays 15 in (38.1 cm), 90° deflection, non-...
  • Page 44: M50 Video Modes

    Temperature Humidity Storage Conditions Temperature Humidity M50 Video Modes The display supports the following industry-standard combinations of screen resolution and refresh rates. Other combinations are possible, but may require adjustments to the image size and position. (See “Using the OSD Main Window”...
  • Page 45 Technical Information HP Pavilion CAUTION Setting the screen resolution/refresh rate combination higher than 1024 x 768 at 60 Hz can damage the display. Multimedia Displays...
  • Page 46: M50 Pin Assignments

    Technical Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays M50 Pin Assignments The following figure illustrates the 15-pin D-sub male video connector used by the M50 monitor. The table shows the pin assignments. Pin 1 Pin 6 Pin 11 Number NOTE Because of a policy of continuous product improvement, pin assignments are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 47: M70 Display Information

    Technical Information HP Pavilion M70 Display Information Picture tube Maximum viewable area Line (horizontal) frequency Raster (vertical) frequency Power source Maximum power consumption Dot rate Pedestal Dimensions (W x H x D) Multimedia Displays 17 in (43.1 cm), 90° deflection, non- glare, light transmission 52% phosphor P22 medium...
  • Page 48: M70 Video Modes

    Technical Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays Net weight Operating Conditions Temperature Humidity Storage Conditions Temperature Humidity M70 Video Modes The M70 display supports the following industry-standard combinations of screen resolution and refresh rates. Other combinations are possible, but may require adjustments to the image size and position.
  • Page 49 Technical Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays CAUTION Setting the screen resolution/refresh rate combination higher than 1280 x 1024 at 60 Hz can damage the display.
  • Page 50: M70 Pin Assignments

    Technical Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays M70 Pin Assignments The following figure illustrates the 15-pin D-sub male video connector used by the M70 display. The table shows the pin assignments. Pin 1 Pin 6 Pin 11 Number NOTE Because of a policy of continuous product improvement, pin assignments are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 51: Dpms Power-management Features

    Technical Information HP Pavilion DPMS Power-Management Features The HP Pavilion M40, M50, and M70 displays can recognize power- management signals from VESA DPMS video adapters, such as those in HP Pavilion and many other computers. When the display receives an appropriate signal, it reduces its power but remains ready for quick use.
  • Page 52 Technical Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays Activ Standb Blank No Suspen Blank Yes Sleep Blank No 130W <15W <15W <30W <15W <15W <30W <8W <8W <8W...
  • Page 53: Regulatory Information

    6 Regulatory Information FCC Statement 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. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 54: X-ray Radiation Notice

    Regulatory Information HP Pavilion television are on separate electrical circuits. Make sure that all your peripheral devices are also FCC Class B certified. Consult your computer dealer, Hewlett-Packard, or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. WARNING Hewlett Packard’s system verification tests were conducted with HP-supported peripheral devices and HP shielded cables, such as those you received with...
  • Page 55: General Notice

    Replace the cathode-ray tube with an identical CRT only. General Notice The HP Pavilion M40 (except North American models), M50, and M70 Multimedia Displays have been tested according to MPR 1990:8 for emission properties and meet the guidelines as given by MPR 1990:10 (2.01 – 2.04).
  • Page 56 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014...
  • Page 57 Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Australia Ltd., 31-41 Joseph Street, Blackburn, Victoria 3130, Australia Multimedia Displays Hewlett-Packard Company Cupertino, CA 95015 HP Pavilion M40, M50, and M70 Multimedia D5269A, D5258A, D5259A 1990 (except M40 in North America) Robert B. Smith/Quality 1 kV Power Lines...
  • Page 58 Regulatory Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays Your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service European Contact: Office or Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Department HQ-TRE Standards Europe, Herrenberger Straße 130, D-71034 Böblingen (FAX: + 49-7031-14-3143) USA Contact: Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard, HPD, 10500 Ridgeview Ct., Cupertino, CA 95015-4010 (Phone: 408-343-5000)
  • Page 59 Regulatory Information HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays...

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