USER CONFIG 1/2, 2/2 Menu
You can select a language, RGB and component.
The settings in parentheses [ ] are factory settings.
To monitor the signal fed through the RGB/
COMPONENT connectors, set the RGB or COMP
(component) signal in this menu. Press the UP or
DOWN button to select the RGB or COMP signal.
Select the effective scanning lines for the 1125/60I
signal input. Select 1080 or 1035 of the scanning lines.
If the HD SDI is input, the system automatically
selects the scanning line type.
Applied to normal image signal, 15K or 31K
Press the UP or DOWN button to select 709 or 601.
Select the component level from among three modes.
for 100/0/100/0 signal
for 100/7.5/75/7.5 signal
for 100/0/75/0 signal
Select the NTSC setup level from two modes.
The 7.5 setup level is mainly used in North America.
The 0 setup level is mainly used in Japan.
Select the display mode of the signal format from
among ON, OFF and AUTO.
You can select the menu or message language from
among six languages (Japanese, English, German,
French, Italian, Spanish).
Select a language by pressing the UP or DOWN
button, then press the ENTER button. The selected
language is displayed.
Select the caption display mode from among the
OFF, CAPTION 1, CAPTION 2, TEXT 1 and TEXT 2.
Set the delay time of auto degaussing to start working
after the power is turned on. The delay time can be set
within 0 to 99 seconds.
This menu is provided only for PVM-D20L5A.
If the color is not uniform even after you press the
DEGAUSS button, you can adjust the landing so as to
obtain color uniformity on this screen.
The following two methods are available to adjust the
When the signals of the horizontal lines are input
Press the UP or DOWN button until the lines are
displayed on the screen as horizontally as possible.
The horizontal lines can be adjusted within 0 to 100.
When the signals of the white color are input and
Press the UP or DOWN button until the white color on
the screen become as uniform as possible. The level of
the white color signals can be adjusted within 0 to 100.
You can adjust the 4:3 marker position within –10 to
You can adjust the 4:3 marker width within –10 to