You can display the operation information for this unit on a video monitor. If you display the SET MENU and DSP sound field program
parameter settings on a screen, it is much easier to see the available options and parameters than it is by reading this information on the front
• If a video source is being reproduced, the OSD is superimposed over the image.
• The OSD signal is not output through the REC OUT selector, and will not be recorded with any video signal.
You can change the amount of information the OSD shows.
This mode always shows the sound field program parameter settings on the video monitor (see page 95).
This mode briefly shows the same contents as the front panel display at the bottom of the screen, then disappears.
This mode briefly shows the "DISPLAY OFF" message at the bottom of the screen, then disappears. Afterwards, no
changes to operations appear on the screen except those of the ON SCREEN.
• The SET MENU, "TEST DOLBY SUR." and "TEST DSP" appear regardless of the OSD mode.
• When you choose the Full Display mode, INPUT SELECTOR, VOLUME and some other types of operation information are displayed at
the bottom of the screen in the same format as the front panel display.
Selecting the OSD mode
ON-SCREEN DISPLAYS (OSD)
Turn on the video monitor connected to this unit.
Press ON SCREEN on the remote control repeatedly
to change the display mode.
The OSD mode changes in the following order: full display,
short display, and display off.
• If your video monitor is connected only to the COMPONENT
VIDEO terminals of this unit, the OSD is not shown.
• If you choose a video input source that has component connected
to both the S VIDEO IN and composite VIDEO IN jacks, and both
the S VIDEO OUT and composite VIDEO OUT jacks are
connected to a video monitor, the video signal is output to both the
S VIDEO OUT and VIDEO OUT jacks. However, the OSD is
carried only on the S-video signal. If no video signal is input, the
OSD is carried on both the S-video and composite video signals.
• Playing back video software that has an anti-copy signal or video
signals with a lot of noise may produce unstable images.