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取扱説明書  
Operating Instructions
Mode d'emploi
Bedienungsanleitung
Manual de instrucciones
Istruzioni per l'uso
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いかたを示してあります。この取扱説明書をよくお読みのうえ、製品を
安全にお使いください。お読みになったあとは、いつでも見られるとこ
ろに必ず保管してください。
FWD-42LX1/32LX1/42LX1E/32LX1E
 2004 Sony Corporation
2-149-745-03 (1)
JP
GB
FR
DE
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  • Page 1 Flat Panel Display 取扱説明書   Operating Instructions Mode d’emploi Bedienungsanleitung Manual de instrucciones Istruzioni per l’uso   お買い上げいただきありがとうございます。 電気製品は安全のための注意事項を守らないと、 火災や人身事故になることがあります。 この取扱説明書には、事故を防ぐための重要な注意事項と製品の取り扱 いかたを示してあります。この取扱説明書をよくお読みのうえ、製品を 安全にお使いください。お読みになったあとは、いつでも見られるとこ ろに必ず保管してください。 FWD-42LX1/32LX1/42LX1E/32LX1E  2004 Sony Corporation 2-149-745-03 (1)
  • Page 2 The model and serial numbers are located on the rear. Record the model and serial numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. Serial No. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Precautions ... 5 (GB) Location and Function of Parts and Controls ... 7 (GB) Front / Rear / Side ... 7 (GB) Indicator Section ... 8 (GB) Control Button Section (Top) ... 8 (GB) Connector Panel ... 9 (GB) Remote Commander RM-980 ...
  • Page 4 (GB) Setting up the Multi Display ... 34 (GB) Adjusting the Sound Quality ... 35 (GB) Adjusting the Treble, Bass, and Balance, etc..35 (GB) Restoring the Adjust Sound Menu Items to Their Original Settings ... 35 (GB) Selecting the On-screen Language ... 36 (GB) Adjusting Color Matrix ...
  • Page 5: Precautions

    Do not throw away the carton and packing materials. They make an ideal container in which to transport the unit. When shipping the unit, repack it as illustrated on the carton. If you have any questions on this unit, contact your authorized Sony dealers. Precautions (GB)
  • Page 6 Precautions Warning on power connection Use the proper power cord for your local power supply. United States, Canada Plug type VM0233 Female end VM0089 Cord type Minimum cord set rating 10A/125V Safety approval UL/CSA a) Note: Use an appropriate rating plug which complies with local regulations. (GB) Continental United Kingdom, Ireland,...
  • Page 7: Location And Function Of Parts And Controls

    Location and Function of Parts and Controls Front / Rear / Side Front Rear Side 1 Indicator section For details on the Indicator section, see “Indicator Section” on page 8 (GB). 2 Control button section For details on the control button section, see “Control Button Section (Top)”...
  • Page 8: Indicator Section

    Location and Function of Parts and Controls Indicator Section 1 Remote control detector Receives the signals from the Remote Commander. 2 POWER/STANDBY indicator Lights up in green when the display unit is powered on. Lights up in red in the standby mode. Lights up in orange when the display enters the power saving mode while a signal is input from a computer.
  • Page 9: Connector Panel

    Outputs an audio signal corresponding to the Active Picture while in the P&P or PinP mode. 6 VIDEO connectors (A BKM-FW10 is preinstalled only in the FWD-42LX1/32LX1.) S VIDEO IN (Mini DIN 4-pin) : Connects to the Y/ C signal output of a piece of video equipment.
  • Page 10 (A BKM-FW10 is the same as the connectors 6, and a BKM-FW11 is the same as the connectors 7.) The OPTION2 slot is equipped only on the FWD-42LX1/ 42LX1E. For details on installation, consult your Sony dealers. (GB) RGB/COMPONENT ACTIVE THROUGH ADAPTOR BKM-FW12 (Not supplied)
  • Page 11: Remote Commander Rm-980

    OPTION2 switches. Note You cannot operate this button for the FWD-32LX1/ 32LX1E that does not have the OPTION2 slot. qg OPTION1 button When an option board is installed, selects a signal to be input from the device connected to the option board.
  • Page 12: Installing Batteries

    Location and Function of Parts and Controls qk CHROMA button Adjusts the chroma when the picture mode is set to any of “User1” to “User3.” Press this button and adjust the chroma with the M/m or </, buttons 9. ql CONTRAST +/– button Adjusts the contrast when Picture Mode is set to any of “User1”...
  • Page 13: Caution

    • Regarding the installation of hardware such as brackets, screws, or bolts, we cannot specify the products. Actual installation is up to the authorized local dealers. Consult with qualified Sony personnel for installation. • While the unit is on, a certain amount of heat builds up inside.
  • Page 14: Connections

    Connections Connections Before you start • First make sure that the power to each piece of equipment is turned off. • Use connecting cables suitable for the equipment to be connected. • The cable connectors should be fully inserted into the jacks.
  • Page 15: Cable Management

    Cable management The display has the cable covers on its back. Before connecting the cables to the display, pull the cable covers to open. After connecting the cables to the display, close the cable covers. Cable cover Using the cable holders You can neatly bundle the cables with the cable holders (×6) provided.
  • Page 16: Using On-screen Menus

    Using On-screen Menus Using On-screen Menus Operating Through Menus Menu operating buttons Use the buttons on the display unit or the Remote Commander for menu operations. Remote Commander Control button section MENU ENTER Operation of the unit is explained in these operating instructions for the case of operation using the Remote Commander.
  • Page 17: Screen Control Menu

    Adjust Sound You can make fine adjustment of the sound. Set Picture Mode to any of “User1” to “User3” first. Note You cannot adjust the following items when Picture Mode is set to “Vivid” or “Standard.” For details, see “Adjusting the Sound Quality” on page 35 (GB).
  • Page 18 Using On-screen Menus CUSTOM SETUP menu You can reduce power consumption or set various kinds of modes. CUSTOM SETUP Power Saving: Standard Speaker Out: Closed Caption: Display: Color Matrix: Y/PB/PR HD Mode: 1080i RGB Mode: Sync Mode: H/Comp Illumination: High Remote Select Exit...
  • Page 19 Illumination Switches the brightness of the “SONY” logo on the front of the display unit. Remote This menu is used for remote control settings. Index Number Sets the index number of the display. Note When you set the index number, use the buttons on the display unit.
  • Page 20 Using On-screen Menus Security Lock Sets the security lock on the display unit. Off: Disables the security lock. On: With this item set to On, requires a password to set the security lock. For details, see “Setting the Security Lock” on page 38 (GB).
  • Page 21: Watching The Picture

    Watching the Picture Before you start • Power on the display. • Power on the connected equipment and play a video source. • To display the input signal information and Picture Mode on the screen when turning on the power or switching the input signal, set “Display”...
  • Page 22: Input Signal, Picture Mode And Display Status Information

    Watching the Picture Input Signal, Picture Mode and Display Status Information Input signal and Picture Mode information appear on the screen for about five seconds when the power is turned on or when the input signal is switched. To disable this function, follow the steps below. In the CUSTOM SETUP menu, press M/m to move the cursor (yellow) to “Display”...
  • Page 23 Preset input signals Color system or horizontal/ Signal name vertical frequency Computer signals -1 (VGA 350) 31.5 kHz 2 640×480@60 Hz (VESA STD) 31.5 kHz 13" 35.0 kHz VGA (VGA TEXT) 31.5 kHz 5 800×600@60 Hz (VESA STD) 37.9 kHz Mac 16"...
  • Page 24: Selecting Image Quality

    Selecting Image Quality / Adjusting the Picture Selecting Image Quality You can set an image quality suitable for the type of picture or the brightness of the location where the unit is installed. Press MENU. The main menu appears on the screen. PICTURE/SOUND CONTROL Picture Mode: Standard...
  • Page 25: Cinema Drive

    Chroma Select “Chroma” with M/m and press ENTER. Adjust the chroma with M/m/</, within the range of MIN (0) to MAX (100), then press ENTER. M/,: Increases color intensity. m/<: Decreases color intensity. Phase Select “Phase” with M/m and press ENTER. Adjust the phase with M/m/</, within the range of Left (50) to Right (50), then press ENTER.
  • Page 26 Adjusting the Picture Color Temp. You can set color temperature. Either select one from “Cool,” “Neutral,” or “Warm,” or set values for each gain separately. Select “Color Temp.” with M/m and press ENTER. Select the color temperature with M/m and press ENTER.
  • Page 27: Restoring The Adjust Picture Menu Items To Their Original Settings

    Restoring the Adjust Picture Menu Items to Their Original Settings In the Adjust Picture menu, press M/m to move the cursor (yellow) to “Reset” and press ENTER. The following menu appears on the screen. PICTURE/SOUND CONTROL Adjust Picture Color Correct.: Gamma Correct.: Reset Cancel...
  • Page 28: Picture Enlargement

    Picture Enlargement Picture Enlargement You can enlarge pictures to suite your taste. For Wide Mode, the following choices are available. Original Picture Enlarged Picture (Picture Type) Wide Zoom Ordinary pictures with a 4:3 Images are enlarged naturally aspect ratio (screen aspect to full screen size.
  • Page 29: Setting The Aspect

    Press M/m to move the cursor (yellow) to “Wide Setup” and press ENTER. The following menu appears on the screen. SCREEN CONTROL Wide Setup Auto Wide: 4:3 Mode: Wide Zoom Select Exit ENTER MENU Press M/m to move the cursor (yellow) to “Auto Wide”...
  • Page 30: Resizing And Positioning The Picture

    Resizing and Positioning the Picture Resizing and Positioning the Picture You can shift the position of the picture to fit the screen, or adjust the vertical and horizontal size of the picture separately. Adjusting the Size, Position, or the Pixels of the Picture Press MENU to show the main menu and adjust “Dot Phase,”...
  • Page 31 H Size Select “H Size” with M/m and press ENTER. Adjust the horizontal size of the picture with M/m/</, within the range of MIN (0) to MAX (100), then press ENTER. M/,: Enlarges the image horizontally. m/<: Compresses the image horizontally. When you want to reset H Size to the center value, select “Auto Adjust.”...
  • Page 32: Viewing Two Pictures At The Same Time

    Viewing two pictures at the same time Viewing two pictures at the same time You can show two pictures from different signal sources, such as a computer and a video, side by side. Press MENU. The main menu appears on the screen. PICTURE/SOUND CONTROL Picture Mode: Standard...
  • Page 33: Zooming In On A Picture

    Zooming in on a picture When P&P is selected Select “Picture Size” with M/m and press ENTER. Keep pressing </, to change the size of the picture, then press ENTER. When PinP is selected Select “Picture Size” with M/m and press ENTER. The following appears on the screen.
  • Page 34: Setting Up The Multi Display

    Setting up the Multi Display Setting up the Multi Display You can make settings for connecting multiple display units to form a video wall. Press MENU. The main menu appears on the screen. PICTURE/SOUND CONTROL Picture Mode: Standard Adjust Picture Adjust Sound Select Exit...
  • Page 35: Adjusting The Sound Quality

    Adjusting the Sound Quality When a speaker SS-SP42FW/32FW (not supplied) installed, you can adjust sound treble level, bass level, or balance of the speaker (left and right) volume. The surround mode can also be set. Adjusting the Treble, Bass, and Balance, etc.
  • Page 36: Selecting The On-screen Language

    Selecting the On-screen Language / Adjusting Color Matrix Selecting the On-screen Language You can select the on-screen language from Japanese, English, German, French, Spanish or Italian. Press MENU. The main menu appears on the screen. PICTURE/SOUND CONTROL Picture Mode: Standard Adjust Picture Adjust Sound Select...
  • Page 37: Controlling Power On/off Automatically (timer Function)

    Note If the built-in clock tends to lose time, the internal battery may be exhausted. Please contact your authorized Sony dealer to have the battery replaced. Controlling Power On/Off Automatically (Timer Function) Displaying the time In the TIMER/CLOCK menu, press M/m to move the cursor (yellow) to “Clock Display”...
  • Page 38: On/off Timer Function

    We recommend writing down the password set for the display unit and keeping it in a safe place for reference. If you forget the password, consult with qualified Sony personnel. To activate the Security Lock Press MENU and set “Security Lock” to “On” in the INITIAL SETUP/INFORMATION menu.
  • Page 39: Security Authentication

    In this case, the count for the number of flashes is two. Unplug the unit. Inform your authorized Sony dealer of the number of flashes. (GB)
  • Page 40: Operating A Specific Display With The Remote Commander

    Operating a Specific Display With the Remote Commander Operating a Specific Display With the Remote Commander Using the supplied Remote Commander, you can operate a specific display without affecting other displays installed at the same time. Press ID MODE ON on the Remote Commander. Monitor index numbers appear in black characters on the lower left menu on the screen.
  • Page 41: Specifications

    100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, FWD-42LX1/42LX1E: 2.8 A to 1.1 A FWD-32LX1/32LX1E: 1.7 A to 0.8 A FWD-42LX1/42LX1E: 240 W FWD-32LX1/32LX1E: 170 W Temperature: 0 °C to +35 °C (32 °F to 95 °F) Humidity: 20% to 90% (no condensation) (GB)
  • Page 42 Humidity: 20% to 90% (no condensation) Dimensions FWD-42LX1/42LX1E: 1034 × 620 × 125 mm × 24 ⁄ ⁄ FWD-32LX1/32LX1E: 802 × 492 × 107 mm × 19 ⁄ ⁄ (w/h/d, excluding projections) Mass FWD-42LX1/42LX1E: 28.5 kg (62 lb 13 oz) FWD-32LX1/32LX1E: 17.5 kg (38 lb 9 oz)
  • Page 43 この説明書は100%古紙再生紙を使用しています。 Printed on 100% recycled paper Sony Corporation Printed in Japan...

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  • Traci Jul 24, 2018 04:03:
    What if the light comes on but the screen stays black?