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Picture Settings Menu; Storing Picture Settings; Adjusting The Picture; Reducing Noise In The Picture - NEC PlasmaSync 42XR4 Operation Manual

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Picture Settings Menu

Storing picture settings

This function allows you to store in memory the current
input signal and PICTURE menu settings and to recall
these settings when necessary.
There are six picture memories, and notes of up to 15
characters can be added to each.
Example: Storing picture settings at MEMORY1
On "PICTURE MEMORY" of "PICTURE" menu, select
"MEMORY1", then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The "PICTURE MEMORY" screen appears.
PICTURE MEMORY
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MEMORY1
SET
RESET
INPUT : DVD/HD1
SIGNAL : 480P
NOTE : DVD/STAR WARS
MEMORY2
INPUT : —
SIGNAL : —
NOTE : —
MEMORY3
INPUT : —
SIGNAL : —
NOTE : —
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
MENU/ENTER
OK
EXIT
RETURN
Information
PICTURE MEMORY Settings
OFF: Picture memory not used.
MEMORY1 to 6: Picture memory with the specified
number used. Maximum memories are 6, not depending
on inputs.
Setting the memory
• Use the
and
button to select the desired memory
place, MEMORY1 to MEMORY6.
• Use the
and
buttons to select "SET", then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
• If necessary, input a note.
Resetting the memory
Use the
and
button to select the desired memory
place, MEMORY1 to MEMORY6, then use the
buttons to select "RESET", and finally press the
MENU/ENTER button.
The memory is cleared, and "—" is displayed in the
"INPUT", "SIGNAL" and "NOTE" columns.
Inputting notes
• Use the
and
buttons to select "NOTE", then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
• Input the note.
Use the
and
button to select the character.
Use the
and
buttons to move the cursor.
Use the EXIT button to delete the character at the
cursor position.
• When you have finished inputting the note, press the
MENU/ENTER button.
PICTURE MEMORY
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MEMORY4
SET
RESET
INPUT : —
SIGNAL : —
NOTE : —
MEMORY5
INPUT : —
SIGNAL : —
NOTE : —
MEMORY6
INPUT : —
SIGNAL : —
NOTE : —
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT
RETURN
and
En-19

Adjusting the picture

The contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and tint can be
adjusted as desired.
Example: Adjusting the contrast
On "CONTRAST" of "PICTURE" menu, adjust the contrast.
PICTURE
PICTURE MEMORY
:
OFF
CONTRAST
: 52
BRIGHTNESS
: 32
: 16
SHARPNESS
COLOR
: 32
TINT
: 32
R
G
NR
:
OFF
COLOR TEMP.
:
MIDDLE
CINEMA MODE
:
ON
PICTURE MODE
:
NORMAL
GAMMA
:
2.2
LOW TONE
:
AUTO
SET UP LEVEL
:
0%
COLOR TUNE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT
RETURN
Note: If "CAN NOT ADJUST" appears ...
When trying to enter the PICTURE submenu, make sure
PICTURE MODE is not set to DEFAULT.
Information
Picture adjustment screen
CONTRAST: Changes the picture's white level.
BRIGHTNESS: Changes the picture's black level.
SHARPNESS: Changes the picture's sharpness.
Adjusts picture detail of VIDEO display.
COLOR: Changes the color density.
TINT: Changes the picture's tint. Adjust for natural
colored skin, background, etc.
Adjusting the computer image
Only the contrast and brightness can be adjusted when
a computer signal is connected.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select "DEFAULT" under the "PICTURE MODE"
settings.

Reducing noise in the picture

Use these settings if the picture has noise due to poor
reception or when playing video tapes on which the picture
quality is poor.
Example: Setting "NR-3"
On "NR" of "PICTURE" menu, select "NR-3".
PICTURE
PICTURE MEMORY
:
OFF
CONTRAST
: 52
BRIGHTNESS
: 32
SHARPNESS
: 16
COLOR
: 32
TINT
: 32
R
G
NR
:
OFF
COLOR TEMP.
:
MIDDLE
CINEMA MODE
:
ON
PICTURE MODE
:
NORMAL
GAMMA
:
2.2
LOW TONE
:
AUTO
SET UP LEVEL
:
0%
COLOR TUNE
SEL.
ADJ.
RETURN
EXIT
Information
NR
* "NR" stands for Noise Reduction.
* This function reduces noise in the picture.
Types of noise reduction
There are three types of noise reduction. Each has a
different level of noise reduction.
The effect becomes stronger as the number increases
(in the order NR-1
NR-2
OFF: Turns the noise reduction function off.
: 10
CONTRAST
:
NR
NR-3
NR-3).

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