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HP Pavilion M703 User Manual

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  • Page 1 guide...
  • Page 2 HP shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Choosing the Color Temperature... 25 Using Degauss ... 29 Using the Factory Settings Window... 29 Using the Language Window ... 30 Using the Information Window ... 31 Technical Information ... 32 Pre-Set Video Modes ... 33 HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 4 Notice for Korea (Class B) ... 36 Canadian Notice... 37 Avis Canadien... 37 European Union Notice ... 37 X-Ray Radiation Notice... 37 ENERGY STAR Compliance... 38 Power Cords ... 38 Environmental Information... 38 Index... 39 HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction The HP Pavilion mx703 Monitor and the HP Pavilion m703 Monitor are high-resolution color monitors designed for use with HP Pavilion home PCs and other PCs. The monitors include brackets for the two supplied speakers. The optional subwoofer is not included with the monitor.
  • Page 6: Inventory

    If the power cord is lost or damaged, you should purchase a power cord that is approved for use in your country/region. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Warning: To completely disconnect power from the monitor, you must remove the power cable from the power socket.
  • Page 7: Additional Safety Information

    IEC 950). AC Power Safety Warning Warning: Locate the monitor near an AC outlet. The AC power cord is your HP monitor’s main AC disconnecting device and must be easily accessible at all times. For your safety, the power cord provided with your system has a grounded plug.
  • Page 8: Installation

    Locate the monitor as far as possible from sources of electromagnetic interference, such as transformers, motors, fluorescent lighting, and other PC monitors. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Connecting the Power and Video Cables Before connecting any cables, be sure to read the safety instructions at the beginning of this manual.
  • Page 9: Installing The Speakers

    3 Connect the blue plug on the video cable to the video port of your PC. If you have an HP Pavilion, this port is usually marked in blue. However, on some HP Pavilions, the port could be marked in orange. (The illustration below is for reference only.
  • Page 10 HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Item Right speaker On/Volume knob Headphones connector Control cable connector (purple) Speaker audio cable (green) Left speaker audio (hardwired) cable Power adapter cable connector Speaker power adapter Purpose Turns on and adjusts right/left speaker sound...
  • Page 11 Release tab High ridge Speaker mount 2 Locate the slots underneath and on both sides of the monitor. Do not lift or tip the monitor. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Purpose Identifies bracket for left side (circled-L) or right side (circled-R) of monitor...
  • Page 12 3 Note the correct orientation of the brackets shown in the figure. Slots under monitor HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 13 PC. Refer to your PC user’s guide for instructions on how to connect your speakers to the PC. 3 Turn on the PC, the monitor, and then the right speaker On/Volume knob A. To turn on the monitor, see “Turning the Monitor On and Off”...
  • Page 14: Installing The Two-speaker And Subwoofer System

    Installing the Two-Speaker and Subwoofer System This configuration uses an optional subwoofer (not provided) and the two speakers included with the monitor. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 15 (purple) C. 4 Plug the subwoofer audio cable (green) R into the PC. Refer to your PC user’s guide for instructions on how to connect your speakers to the PC. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 16: Using The Monitor

    Turning the Monitor On and Off Use the Power button on the front panel to turn the monitor on and off. When the monitor is on, the Power button is illuminated. The light is blue when the monitor and PC are active and yellow/amber when the monitor is in one of its reduced power modes.
  • Page 17: Degaussing The Display

    Because of the monitor’s power-management features, you don’t normally need to turn off the monitor when it’s not in use. When turned off, the monitor uses the same amount of power that it uses in Sleep mode (less than 4 watts).
  • Page 18: Setting The Screen Resolution

    Control Panel to set the screen resolution. To select the screen refresh rate, see “To select the screen refresh rate” on page 15. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide To set the screen resolution 1 Right-click an empty part of the desktop.
  • Page 19: Selecting Refresh Rate

    7 Click Apply. 8 Click OK. Minimizing Energy Use HP Pavilion PCs support VESA Display Power Management Signaling (DPMS). Power- management features reduce the monitor’s power consumption after a period of keyboard inactivity.
  • Page 20: Cleaning The Screen

    Consult your PC user’s guide for information about setting the power-saving modes. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Cleaning the Screen To clean the screen: 1 Turn off and unplug the monitor.
  • Page 21: Changing Display Settings

    The buttons on the front panel control onscreen icons and windows. menu Using the Front Panel Use the four buttons on the front of the monitor to control OSD functions: menu Menu button opens the OSD Main Menu window or closes the OSD window.
  • Page 22: Using The Osd Main Menu Window

    You open the Main Menu window by pressing the Menu button when no other OSD windows are displayed on the screen. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide In the OSD Main Menu window, the following functions are available: Brightness/Contrast Opens the Brightness/Contrast window.
  • Page 23: Using The Brightness/contrast Window

    Using the Brightness/Contrast Window The Brightness/Contrast window allows you to adjust the brightness and contrast of an image. To open the Brightness/Contrast window, select the Brightness/Contrast icon in the OSD Main Menu window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 24: Using The Size/position Window

    HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide In the Brightness/Contrast window, the following functions are available: Brightness Adjusts the luminance level in the image. Contrast Adjusts the difference in luminance between light and dark areas of the image. Default settings Adjusts the Brightness and Contrast settings to the factory default values.
  • Page 25 Exit sub-menu Closes the window, saves any changes you have made, and opens the OSD Main Menu window. To open a window, select the icon in the Size/Position window. The example shown below is the V Adjustment window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 26 Exit sub-menu Closes the window, saves any changes you have made, and opens the Size/Position window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide In the V Adjustment window, the following functions are available: V Size Adjusts the vertical size of the image.
  • Page 27: Using The Advanced Window

    Horizontal and vertical controls are available. OSD settings Adjusts the position of the OSD on the screen and the maximum timeout. Exit sub-menu Closes the window, saves any changes you have made, and opens the OSD Main Menu window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 28 To open a window, select the icon in the Advanced window. The example that follows is the Image shape window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide To open the Color window, select the Color icon in the Advanced window.
  • Page 29: Choosing The Color Temperature

    The 9300 K setting is often used for office environments or fluorescent lighting. The 6500 K setting is often used in environments with incandescent lighting. The 5500 K setting is often used for viewing photography or artwork proofs prior to printing. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 30 You make these adjustments by individually setting red, green, and blue (RGB) values. Make sure to let the monitor warm up fully before trying to match colors precisely. It takes the monitor up to 30 minutes to warm up completely after being turned on or recovering from a power-saving state.
  • Page 31 Exit sub-menu Closes the window, saves any changes you have made, and opens the Advanced window. To open the Moiré correction window, select the icon in the Advanced window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 32 Exit sub-menu Closes the window, saves any changes you have made, and opens the Advanced window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide To open the OSD settings window, select the icon in the Advanced window.
  • Page 33: Using Degauss

    It is not necessary to degauss unless you have moved the monitor. Using the Factory Settings Window To open the Factory settings window, select the Factory settings icon in the OSD Main Menu window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 34: Using The Language Window

    Exit sub-menu Closes the window, saves any changes you have made, and opens the OSD Main Menu window. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Using the Language Window To open the Language window, select the Language icon in the OSD Main Menu window.
  • Page 35: Using The Information Window

    Power Saving hours. The resolution and the refresh rate are set in the Windows Control Panel. See “To set the screen resolution” on page 14 or “To select the screen refresh rate” on page 15. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 36: Technical Information

    0.27 mm dot pitch Maximum 310 mm (H) x 230 mm (V) viewable area 12.9 in (H) x 8.97 in (V) 16 in (406.4 mm) diagonal HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Monitor Information Raster (vertical) 50–140 Hz frequency Line (horizontal) 30–70 kHz...
  • Page 37: Pre-set Video Modes

    The following figure illustrates the 15-pin D-sub male video connector used by the monitor. The table shows the pin assignments. Note: Because of a policy of continuous product improvement, pin assignments are subject to change without notice. 85 Hz HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 38: Dpms Power-management Features

    ■ signals from VESA Display Power Management Signaling (DPMS) video adapters, such as those in HP Pavilion and many other PCs. When the monitor receives an appropriate signal, it reduces its power but remains ready for quick use. The power light on the front panel turns yellow/amber when the monitor is in a power-saving mode.
  • Page 39: Regulatory Information

    Increase the separation between the equipment and the ■ receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different ■ from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult a dealer or an experienced radio or television ■ technician for help. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 40: Modifications

    For questions regarding your product, contact: Hewlett-Packard Company P.O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 530113 Houston, Texas 77269-2000 or call (+1) (208) 472-4357 HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide For questions regarding this FCC declaration, contact: Hewlett-Packard Company P.O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101 Houston, Texas 77269-2000...
  • Page 41: Canadian Notice

    Internal controls have been adjusted to ensure safe operation. Only qualified personnel should perform any internal adjustments, as specified in the service manual for this product. Replace the cathode-ray tube with an identical CRT only. HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...
  • Page 42: Energy Star Compliance

    HP monitor has been designed to respect the environment as much as possible. HP can also take back your old monitor for recycling when it reaches the end of its useful life. HP has a product take-back program in several countries/regions.
  • Page 43: Index

    Factory settings Brightness/Contrast, 20 H Size and H Position, 22 Image rotation, 26 front panel, using, 17 HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Image shape, 27 V Size and V Position, 22 display, 13, 18, 29 changing settings, 17 compatibility with PCs, 32...
  • Page 44 Information icon, 18, 31 window, 31 installing the monitor, 4 inventory, 2 Language icon, 18, 30 window, 30 HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide Menu button, 17 Minus button, 17 modes OSD (On Screen Display) power-saving, 16 Sleep, 16 Standby, 16 Suspend, 16 Moiré...
  • Page 45 Trapezoid icon, 27 troubleshooting color problems, 13 damage to monitor, 2, 4 degaussing, 13 flickering screen, 15 HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide V adjustment window, 21 V Moiré icon, 28 V Position icon, 22 V Position icon, OSD window, 29...
  • Page 46 HP Pavilion MX703/M703 Monitor Guide...

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