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P37FT05AUB
P50FT00AUB
P65FT00AUB
Before using the display, read this manual carefully so that you know how to use the
display correctly.
Two manuals of the "Safety Precautions" and this "User's Manual"
are supplied with the display. Especially, be sure to read and observe the "Safety Precautions".
Refer to this manual whenever questions or problems about operation arise.
Keep this manual in the place where the user can see it easily.
* Installation and removal require special expertise. Consult your dealer for details.
* The last digit of Model No. (10 digit alphanumeric characters) indicated on the product means
the body color indication alphabet or the management number.
USER'S MANUAL
FULL HD DISPLAY
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  • Page 1 37 / 50 / 65 P37FT05AUB P50FT00AUB P65FT00AUB Before using the display, read this manual carefully so that you know how to use the display correctly. Two manuals of the "Safety Precautions" and this "User's Manual" are supplied with the display. Especially, be sure to read and observe the "Safety Precautions". Refer to this manual whenever questions or problems about operation arise.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    BASIC CONNECTION AND PREPARATION OF THE SYSTEM ... 14 CONNECTIONS TO THE DISPLAY ... 14 TO RECEIVE CABLE TV PROGRAMS (WITH CableCARD)... 15 TO RECEIVE CABLE TV PROGRAMS (WITHOUT CableCARD) ... 16 TO RECEIVE TERRESTRIAL TV PROGRAMS... 16 CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT ... 17 EXAMPLE OF CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT ...
  • Page 3: Information

    INFORMATION • Receptacle Make sure that the power cord’s grounding wire is grounded. The display comes with a 3-prong power plug; one prong is connected to the grounding wire. If you have only a 2-hole receptacle, you will need to have it replaced. Contact your dealer for more information. •...
  • Page 4: Accessories

    In the United States, TV Guide and other related marks are registered marks of Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or one of its affiliates. In Canada, TV Guide is a registered mark of Transcontinental Inc., and is used under license by Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc.
  • Page 5: Installation

    INSTALLATION To prevent the display's internal components from overheating, make sure that the display is installed in a well-ventilated location. Be sure to use the optional stand, or the other mounting unit when installing the display. Also, be sure that your dealer performs the installation.
  • Page 6: Toppling Prevention

    Install stout hooks (commercial product) to the threaded holes at the back of the display and fasten the hooks to a TV stand or pillar with strong wire (commercial product). ATTACHING THE FERRITE CORES •...
  • Page 7: Part Names And Functions

    • The pictures and diagrams in this manual are meant to complement the explanations and may differ slightly from the actual items. Input mode selection button Switches the input modes (Video mode, RGB mode, IEEE1394 mode and TV mode). Volume button Adjusts the sound volume.
  • Page 8: Display Section - Back

    PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued) DISPLAY SECTION – BACK Back of the display (for 37” model) External speaker output terminal (EXT. SP) for 50" / 65" model Connect these terminals to the speakers. When connecting a cable, attach a ferrite core to the cable. (See P. E-6.) * For details, see the speaker unit installation manual.
  • Page 9 Connect this terminal to the analog audio input terminal of the audio amplifier. CABLE CARD slot (CABLE CARD) To receive cable TV programs insert the card supplied from cable TV provider. (See P. E-15.) Audio1 input terminal (AUDIO1 INPUT) Connect this terminal to the audio output terminal of VCR or PC, etc.
  • Page 10: Remote Control

    Press to return to the previous channel, Video mode, or RGB mode. (Channel Up/Down buttons) Press to select the preset programs. (MTS/STEREO button) Press to select the audio mode such as MTS (Multi-channel TV Sound) or stereo. (VOLUME buttons) Press to adjust the volume control. , the battery life is shortened.
  • Page 11 Press to display or hide the menu screen. Use for Picture or Audio adjustment. (GUIDE button) E-21, E-45–E-56 Displays and hides the TV Guide On Screen. (MUTE button) E-19 Press to temporarily mute the audio. To restore the sound, press the button again.
  • Page 12: Using The Remote Control

    USING THE REMOTE CONTROL PUTTING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL (1) Push the lever and lift and remove the cover in the arrow direction. PRECAUTIONS • To prevent malfunction, do not apply any form of severe shock to the remote control. •...
  • Page 13: Effective Range For The Remote Control

    EFFECTIVE RANGE FOR THE REMOTE CONTROL When using the remote control, be sure to point it directly at the display’s signal receiver. Make sure that there are no obstacles between the remote control and the display’s signal receiver. 37” model Display –...
  • Page 14: Basic Connection And Preparation Of The System

    4. Connect external equipment such as a DVD Player. (For details, see "EXAMPLE OF CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT" P. E-18.) • The subsequent steps of the setting procedure are different between cable TV programs and terrestrial TV programs. E-14 Back of the display Rear panel terminal (for 50"...
  • Page 15: To Receive Cable Tv Programs (With Cablecard)

    • When the power cable is disconnected or broadcasts cannot be received (antenna was disconnected, etc.) after the cable card was inserted/set, it may be impossible to receive data from the cable TV provider. In this case, it may become impossible to view the contracted programs even if the power is turned on again.
  • Page 16: To Receive Cable Tv Programs (Without Cablecard)

    TO RECEIVE CABLE TV PROGRAMS (WITHOUT CableCARD) (Continued from page E-14) * To watch cable TV broadcasts, sign up with a cable-TV provider before installing and connecting the display. For details, contact the cable-TV provider. 5. Connect the display's power cord to the outlet, and turn on the power. (For details, see "Power ON" (P. E-19).) 6.
  • Page 17: Connecting To External Equipment

    • Refer to instruction manual for the equipment to be connected. • There are three audio inputs (HDMI audio excluded). Set them according to Audio Input on P. E-38. • To receive cable-TV programs, contact a desired cable-TV provider. Video output...
  • Page 18: Example Of Connecting External Equipment

    EXAMPLE OF CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT • Connect the Video signal cable to the HDMI input terminal, Component Video input terminal, S-Video input terminal, or the Video input terminal. • If the equipment to be connected is equipped with HDMI out put terminal and Component Video output terminal, it is recommended to connect to only one of the terminals.
  • Page 19: Basic Operations

    Press The power is turned on, and the power lamp changes from "Red" to "Green." Select the Video, RGB, TV or IEEE1394 mode to enable ordinary operation. * Make sure that the power cord is connected to a 3- core receptacle in advance. (See P. E-14 of "BASIC CONNECTION AND PREPARATION OF THE SYSTEM")
  • Page 20: Watching Tv, Video, Rgb And Ieee1394 Mode

    About Auto Lock (Parental Lock) • Auto Lock is provided for parents to determine that TV programs and video pictures not good for their children are blocked. • Restrictions on the watching of TV programs can be placed by channel, age, and program category.
  • Page 21: Convenient Tv And Video Functions

    SYSTEM" (P. E-45) , "USING TV GUIDE ON SCREEN (P. E-47). * When received the program without TV Guide On Screen system, the information is not displayed in the menu even if the GUIDE key is pressed. CC (Closed Caption) Switches closed caption service.
  • Page 22: Other Basic Operations

    • A variety of Screen Sizes are available with this display. Remember that if you select a mode with an aspect ratio (ratio of frame width to frame height) different from that of the TV program or video media, the pictures will appear differently than if you had selected a mode having the same aspect ratio.
  • Page 23: Screen Size

    SCREEN SIZE Normal Displaying normal size picture (i.e. a 4:3 aspect ratio). Wide1 • TV / Video mode (SD signal) Picture of standard size Displays natural-looking pictures of standard size on the wide screen. • TV / Video mode (HD signal) Displays Wide size (16:9 aspect ratio) pictures.
  • Page 24: Adjustment Menu

    ADJUSTMENT MENU The numbers in parentheses ( ) indicate the reference page numbers. Display Menu (E-26) PICTURE AUDIO POSITION/SIZE FEATURES FACTORY DEFAULT (E-40) TV Menu (E-41) Channel Setting CableCARD Emergency Alert IEEE 1394 (E-43) Standby Mode Note • Some functions are not available depending on the state or condition of use.
  • Page 25: Basic Procedures Of Adjustment Menu

    BASIC PROCEDURES OF ADJUSTMENT MENU • Shown below is the basic procedure used to change the options on the ADJUSTMENT MENU. (Ex.: Adjusting tint setting (Tint)) • Selecting the adjustment mode for adjustment or setting. (The items to be adjusted or set are stored for each adjustment mode.) Press The main menu screen will appear.
  • Page 26: Adjusting To A Desired Picture (Picture Menu)

    This mode is suitable for watching movies or TV. Fine Best for watching movies in darkened rooms. Effective Best for watching TV in bright environments. Conventional Displays a screen approximating that of a conventional TV screen. Still Suitable for watching static images such as computer or still camera images.
  • Page 27: Precision Setting

    Precision Setting Even more advanced picture quality adjustments can be made as required. Precision Setting Selection Screen Black Level Press to strengthen the reproduction of black. (Provides a picture quality with deep blacks.) Press to weaken the reproduction of black. Press to store.
  • Page 28: Color Tuning

    ADJUSTING TO A DESIRED PICTURE (PICTURE MENU) (Continued) Color Tuning This enables correction with respect to specific color hues within the image. Independent correction of the hue of skin colors, blue skies, and so on, enables a more brilliant display. Color Tuning Settings Screen (1) Use , or...
  • Page 29: Gamma

    • Jaggies Filter This function alleviates the phenomenon where jagged diagonal lines can be seen when interlace signals are input, thus enabling a smoother motion picture display. Each time is pressed, the setting is switched. Auto Press to store. • Motion Setting The detecting sensitivity for motion picture is set.
  • Page 30: Picture Memory

    ADJUSTING TO A DESIRED PICTURE (PICTURE MENU) (Continued) Picture Memory Eight groups of picture adjustment settings can be stored, enabling you to quickly switch to your desired group of settings for watching program. Picture Memory Selection Screen [Load]: When memory 1~8 is selected using the image adjustment value becomes the value registered in selected memory 1~8.
  • Page 31: Adjusting To Desired Audio (Audio Menu)

    ADJUSTING TO DESIRED AUDIO (AUDIO MENU) • You can make changes to all audio adjustment options in the AUDIO Menu. See Page E-25 for the basic procedures. • The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.
  • Page 32: Adjusting Screen Position And Size (Position/Size Menu)

    ADJUSTING SCREEN POSITION AND SIZE (POSITION/SIZE MENU) • You can make changes to all screen adjustment options in the POSITION/SIZE Menu. • See Page E-25 for the basic procedures. POSITION/SIZE Menu screen • The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode.
  • Page 33: Other Settings (Features Menu)

    OTHER SETTINGS (FEATURES MENU) • To adjust or set items such as Adjustment, On Screen Menu, Input Terminal, and Channel Setting, select "FEATURES" from the adjustment menu. See P. E-25 for the basic procedures. • The items to be adjusted or set are stored for each input mode.
  • Page 34: Name Select

    DVD2 * The display clock has a function which automatically acquires the time information from TV Guide On Screen and corrects it to the newest state. Since TV Guide On Screen is used, always initialize TV Guide On Screen beforehand.
  • Page 35: Digital

    Digital This function sets the closed caption service for digital mode. Settings such as program service, character style, and character size can be selected using the following functions. Size A target character size can be set. Press to switch among the items. Standard Large Small...
  • Page 36: Auto Lock (Parental Lock) Setting

    In this case, reselect the program you want to watch by pressing • The Auto Lock system is available only for TV broadcastings and video signals (Video mode, S-Video mode and Comp.video(480i) mode) that are based on the parental lock standard.
  • Page 37: Parental Ctrl By Ch

    Parental Ctrl By Ch Viewing control can be turned on and off for the channel to be viewed. "Auto Lock" Screen Select Parental Ctrl By Level by “Enter Password” screen Enter the Password. (initial value: " A channel listing is displayed. “Parental Ctrl By Ch”...
  • Page 38: Setting Others

    OTHER SETTINGS (FEATURES MENU) (Continued) SETTING OTHERS Auto Off-NO SIG. Adjusting the settings so that the standby state automatically starts up if the display remains in no signal state for an extended amount of time. Selecting the background setting to indicate when the display is in the no signal state.
  • Page 39: Direct Setting

    Direct Setting You can use this option to switch the setting for RGB input signal. Each time you press or , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: Auto WVGA 480P SXGA SXGA+ [Auto]: The optimum display is obtained automatically for input signals.
  • Page 40: Initialization Of User Adjustment Value

    INITIALIZATION OF USER ADJUSTMENT VALUE Using the MENU to restore the values of the factory settings after adjustments have been made. Press The main menu screen will appear. Press to select "Display Menu" and press "Display Menu" selected in the main menu screen Press to select "FACTORY...
  • Page 41: Tv Setting (Tv Menu)

    TV SETTING (TV MENU) The tuner setting procedure is as follows: "TV Menu" Screen Press to select a target item below. Channel Setting CableCARD Emergency Alert Press to move on to the next step. Channel Setting "Channel Setting" Screen Press to select a target item below.
  • Page 42: Favorite Ch

    TV SETTING (TV MENU) (Continued) Favorite Ch Sets the channel which is displayed when The channel listing registered by Auto Scan appears. Press to select the channel. Press to switch. Skip [Add]: Can be chosen with [Skip]: Cannot be chosen with...
  • Page 43: Ieee1394 Setting (Ieee1394 Menu)

    IEEE1394 SETTING (IEEE1394 MENU) STANDBY MODE SETTING Press The MENU screen is displayed. Press and select "IEEE1394", and then press The Standby Mode is switched each time pressed. [On]: Devices connected by IEEE1394 cable can be linked even when this set’s power is Off (Standby).
  • Page 44: Precautions Related To Connection Of Ieee1394 Devices

    IEEE1394 SETTING (IEEE1394 MENU) (Continued) PRECAUTIONS RELATED TO CONNECTION OF IEEE1394 DEVICES Only TV-GUIDE recording operation is effective. There are devices which cannot be connected, depending on the IEEE1394 devices supported • DVD recorder, personal computer, personal computer peripheral devices cannot be connected, because the specifications are different.
  • Page 45: Initializing Tv Guide On Screen Tm System

    Perform initialization in accordance with the TV set on-screen menu. When you use the "TV Guide On Screen" function for the first time, a TV Guide On Screen system Welcome screen will appear. Perform setup to offer TV program listing and channel lineup for the area where you live.
  • Page 46 Note In order to begin to receive your listings, power off the TV when not in use. Within 24 hours, you will begin to receive TV show listings. It may take up to six days to receive the full eight days of initial show listings.
  • Page 47: Using Tv Guide On Screen Tm System

    USING TV GUIDE ON SCREEN About the TV Guide On Screen System TV Guide On Screen system offers up to 8 days of television shows. Television shows can be easily viewed and recorded by using TV Guide On Screen system.
  • Page 48 Performing operations while viewing the information displayed in the Info Box is convenient. FEATURE Video Window Displays TV video while the Guide is displayed (can be locked on a single channel or unlocked to preview channels as you navigate "LISTINGS" and Channel Editor) Lock/Unlock Icon...
  • Page 49 TV Guide On Screen Icons (Examples) Icon Description Closed captioning is available Identifies shows that are broadcast in HDTV Program is available in stereo Program is new TV Rating for the program (example) Records the show one time Records the show if the show title appears on any day of the week on the same channel at a similar start time...
  • Page 50: Listings

    USING TV GUIDE ON SCREEN LISTINGS When is pressed while watching TV, the TV Guide On Screen "LISTINGS" screen appears. to select the desired title tile (show title) in the program listing. To view the selected show Press To view the contents of the selected show and the information for programs which will air later...
  • Page 51 : Sets "Change channel display" of the "SETUP". Change the program service that the TV Guide On Screen uses for any channel. Edit the channels that appear in the TV Guide On Screen, reorder their position in the grid, change their tune channel, and, if you have more than one program service, specify the service and input for each channel.
  • Page 52: Search

    The name of the shows you want to watch can be searched by category, keyword, or alphabetically by title. Searching by category When is pressed while watching TV, the TV Guide On Screen "LISTINGS" screen appears. Press to choose the desired Category ("MOVIES", "SPORTS", "CHILDREN"...
  • Page 53 Searching alphabetically by title When is pressed while watching TV, the TV Guide On Screen "LISTINGS" screen appears. Press to choose "ALPHABETICAL" from the Category Bar. to choose the first letter of the program you want and press category listing appears.
  • Page 54: Schedule

    With "SCHEDULE" Service scheduled recording and reminder shows can be reviewed, edited, and deleted. Manual recording and reminder scheduling are also possible. TO DO Press when watching the TV. Press , , "Service Bar". When "TO DO" is highlighted by using appears.
  • Page 55 HISTORY Press when watching the TV. Press , , Bar. When "HISTORY" is chosen using , , recorded show listing is displayed. Note : Resolving Conflicts A conflict message appears when a show you schedule to • Record overlaps with any part of another show previously set to record •...
  • Page 56: Recordings

    Editor screen, or you can use the Grid Options menu. Your settings determine how the channel is displayed in "LISTINGS" and "SEARCH". Change default options: You can change the initial settings of TV Guide On Screen system. ("General defaults", "Record defaults", and "Remind defaults") Display setup progress: View the setup progress screen...
  • Page 57: Options

    To prevent injury, fire, and electric shock, we recommend that the display be professionally installed. CAUTION This display (P37FT05AUB) is for use only with Fujitsu General Limited’s option (P-TT3700). This display (P50FT00AUB) is for use only with Fujitsu General Limited’s options (P-TT5000).
  • Page 58: Main Supported Signals

    MAIN SUPPORTED SIGNALS The display can store up to four types of signals for RGB adjustment values. The display uses the first-in, first-out method; therefore, the first input signal is cleared when the fifth one is input. Input the signal you want to store and adjust to a desired screen according to "ADJUSTING SCREEN POSITION AND SIZE".
  • Page 59: Cleaning

    CLEANING Precautions Be sure to remove the power plug from the receptacle before cleaning the display. Be sure not to clean the display using a cloth dampened with volatile solvents, such as benzene or thinner. Such solvents can harm the display’s cabinet, the filter at the screen front, and the remote control.
  • Page 60: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE If you encounter problems with the display, check the following explanations before contacting your dealer for service. Problem • Power does not turn ON. • No pictures are displayed. • Remote control does not function prop- erly. • The display makes a snapping sound. •...
  • Page 61: Specifications

    1.9 m or 6.2 feet for 50” / at least 2.5 m or 8.2 feet for 65”) from the screen, occasionally looking away from the screen during extended watching screen. • AVIAMO is a worldwide trademark of FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED. P37FT05AUB...