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  • Page 1 electronic user's manual file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/manual.html [8/29/2001 2:58:24 PM]...
  • Page 2 Safety & Troubleshooting Safety and Troubleshooting Information Safety Precautions and Maintenance Related Information Safety precautions and maintenance WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified in this documentation may result in exposure to shock, electrical hazards, and/or mechanical hazards. Read and follow these instructions when connecting and using your computer monitor: Disconnect the monitor from the power supply if the monitor is not to be used for an extended period of time.
  • Page 3 Other Documents You May Need About This Guide This electronic user's guide is intended for anyone who uses the Philips Color Monitor. It describes the monitor's features, setup, operation and all other information, which is the same exact information described in our printed version.
  • Page 4 ©2001 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. Reproduction, copying, usage, modifying, hiring, renting, public performance, transmission and/or broadcasting in whole or in part is prohibited without written consent of Philips Electronics N.V. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/ABOUT/ABOUT.HTM (2 of 2) [8/29/2001 2:58:56 PM]...
  • Page 5 107S Product Information Product Information Product Features • LightFrame™ for Windows Saving • Physical Specification Product Features 107S20 17-inch (16.0" VIS) color monitor with excellent front of screen performance for use with MACs and Autoscan covers horizontal frequencies up to 71 kHz offering a maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024 with flicker free display of 1024 x 768 at up to 89 Hz Flat square High Contrast CRT with high-resolution 0.27 mm dot pitch (0.23 hdp).
  • Page 6 It is recommended that you install this software only on a Philips monitor designed to use it. These monitors can be identified by the LightFrame™ logo on the front of the monitor.
  • Page 7 LightFrame™. Q: How can I tell if my monitor comes with LightFrame™ 2? A: All Philips LightFrame™ 2 monitors display this logo on their front bezel: Q: How does LightFrame™ work? A: LightFrame™ consists of a software application and an Integrated Circuit (IC) embedded in the monitor.
  • Page 8 Q: How do I upgrade from LightFrame™ to LightFrame™ 2? A: It s easy: Download LightFrame™ 2 software for any monitor equipped with LightFrame from the Philips web site (www.pcstuff.philips.com). Remember the directory into which you saved the upgrade. When you click on the downloaded program icon, LightFrame™...
  • Page 9 A: Only a Philips driver can determine if your monitor is equipped with LightFrame™; a generic Windows driver cannot. Install the special Philips driver that came with your monitor. If the warning continues to appear after your Philips driver is installed, ignore the message. LightFrame™ will function properly. You can avoid seeing the message by checking Don t show this message again .
  • Page 10 107S Product Information A: You can use LightFrame™ with Netscape, but its functions are limited to manually highlighting the entire Netscape client window. Since LightFrame™ is specifically designed for bright, high contrast photo and video display, highlighting an entire Web page -- including text -- is not recommended. For best results, we recommend you use LightFrame™...
  • Page 11 Uninstall feature in the Philips LightFrame program group. From the Control Panel Add/remove software screen, select Philips LightFrame™. Then select Add/remove . Alternatively, open the Start menu and select Philips LightFrame from Programs. Select Uninstall and follow the steps of the uninstall feature.
  • Page 12 When you reboot your system, LightFrame™ will restart automatically. You can also reload LightFrame™ from the Start menu by clicking LightFrame 2 in the Philips LightFrame™menu under Programs. Q: When is LightFrame™ automatically switched off? file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/PRODUCT/PRODUCT.HTM (8 of 12) [8/29/2001 2:58:57 PM]...
  • Page 13 107S Product Information A: To avoid less than optimum display even when LightFrame™ is manually activated from the OSD screen, it will automatically switch off when: A mode change occurs: for example, when the monitor changes resolution or refresh rate. The monitor enters sleep mode.
  • Page 14 H-sync V-sync Power Used < 73W < 3W < 3W < 3W ® compliant. s an NERGY ® NERGY guidelines for energy efficiency. RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE Power Saving ® PHILIPS artner, LED color Green Yellow Yellow Yellow...
  • Page 15 107S Product Information • Dimensions • Weight • Power supply • Temperature (operating) • Temperature (storage) • Relative humidity * Resolution 1280 x 1024, standard size, contrast max., brightness 50%, 9300 * These information are subject to change without notice. Pin Assignment The 15-pin D-sub connector (male) of the signal cable (IBM systems): Assignment...
  • Page 16 107S Product Information Views Follow the links to see various views of the monitor and its components. Front View Rear View file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/PRODUCT/PRODUCT.HTM (12 of 12) [8/29/2001 2:58:57 PM] RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE...
  • Page 17 Installing your Monitor Installing your Monitor Front View • Rear View • 6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) Front View Power button switches your monitor on. OK button which when pressed will take you to the OSD controls Contrast hotkey. When the UP arrow is pressed, the adjustment controls for the CONTRAST will show up.
  • Page 18 Installing your Monitor UP and DOWN buttons are used when adjusting the OSD of your monitor Brightness hotkey. When the RIGHT arrow is pressed, the adjustment controls for BRIGHTNESS will show up. LEFT and RIGHT buttons, like the UP and DOWN buttons, are also used in adjusting the OSD of your monitor.
  • Page 19 Installing your Monitor Power in - attach power cable here. Video In - this is a cable which is already attached to your monitor. Connect the other end of the cable to your PC. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/INSTALL_2/INSTALL.HTM (3 of 3) [8/29/2001 2:58:58 PM] RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE...
  • Page 20 Description of the On Screen Display What is the On-Screen Display? This is a feature in all Philips monitors which allows an end-user to adjust screen performance of monitors directly though an on-screen instruction window. The user interface provides user-friendliness and ease-of-use when operating the monitor.
  • Page 21 On-Screen Display The OSD Tree Below is an overall view of the structure of the On-Screen Display. You can use this as reference when you want to later on work your way around the different adjustments. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/OSDDESC.HTM (2 of 4) [8/29/2001 2:58:58 PM] RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE...
  • Page 22 On-Screen Display file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/OSDDESC.HTM (3 of 4) [8/29/2001 2:58:58 PM]...
  • Page 23 On-Screen Display RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/OSDDESC.HTM (4 of 4) [8/29/2001 2:58:58 PM]...
  • Page 24 Customer Care and Warranty Customer Care & Warranty PLEASE SELECT YOUR COUNTRY/AREA TO READ THE WARRANTY COVERED: WESTERN EUROPE: Austria • Belgium • Cyprus • Denmark • France • Germany • Greece • Finland • Ireland • Italy • Luxembourg • the Netherlands • Norway • Portugal • Sweden • Switzerland •...
  • Page 25 Philips monitors. Contact your dealer/reseller for details. What models are Mac compatible? All listed Philips monitors are Mac compatible. BUT, you may need an adapter to connect the monitor to your Mac system. Please contact your dealer/reseller for details.
  • Page 26 Frequently Asked Questions What is TCO? TCO is a Swedish abbreviation for the Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees. What is MPR? MPR is a Swedish abbreviation for the Swedish National Board of Measurement and Testing. What are the differences between MPRII, TCO92, TCO95, and TCO99? In the general hierarchy of standards, TCO99 is the highest level of certification.
  • Page 27 Go to 'My Computer' and select 'Control Panel' followed by 'Monitor Control.' Select "All default selection' and choose your Philips monitor model from the default driver list. Plug and Play will automatically enable the EPA tick box for you. In DOS or Windows 3.1, you must first make sure your PC supports power saving.
  • Page 28 Only a Philips driver can determine if your monitor is equipped with LightFrame cannot. Install the special Philips driver that came with your monitor. If the warning continues to flash after your Philips driver is installed, ignore the message. LightFrame 22.
  • Page 29 Calibration should be performed after the monitor is warmed up. Auto Calibration takes place when a monitor receives a signal indicating an imminent switch to its sleep mode/stand-by mode. 34. Which models of Philips monitors are equipped with Auto Calibrate feature? Auto Calibrate is currently available in the new 201P, 201B and 109P.
  • Page 30 This is an intentional design and is an industry standard, not just for Philips monitors. Please be aware that not all models in the Philips range has this manual degauss function. Some models are built with an auto degauss feature which automatically degausses the monitor when it is switched on.
  • Page 31 The result is that you will see two very thin horizontal lines over your screen since the two wires are casting a slight shadow on the screen surface. You will find these wires (line) in any monitor from Philips and other brands using the Aperture Grille technology.
  • Page 32 Frequently Asked Questions file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/FAQ.HTM (8 of 8) [8/29/2001 2:58:59 PM]...
  • Page 33 L M N O P Autoscan A microprocessor-based feature of Philips Brilliance monitors is able to detect automatically horizontal and vertical frequencies of input signals with those of the installed video card. An autoscan monitor can thus operate with a wide range of video cards. MultiSync, a registered trademark of NEC, provides a similar function.
  • Page 34 A way of describing the color of a radiating source in terms of the temperature (in degrees Kelvin) of a black body radiating with the same dominant frequency as the source. Most Philips monitors offer the possibility of setting the color temperature to any desired value. Contrast The ratio between the brightness of the brightest and darkest parts of a picture.
  • Page 35 TV and monitor picture tube. CustoMax Philips proprietary monitor control software that allows users to control parameters (e.g., Size, Color, Geometry) using software running in Windows. CustoMax is compatible with existing VGA cards. See CrystalClear FAQ and USB Bay FAQ.
  • Page 36 This is a very advanced feature that allows the user to switch to any required mode at any instant without having to spend time readjusting the picture. It is currently available in most Philips monitors. Dot pitch The shortest distance between two phosphor dots of the same color on the screen.
  • Page 37 Glossary Dot rate Frequency in MHz of the dot clock. It is a measure of the speed with which data is transferred between the video card and subsequent processing circuitry. Also known as video dot rate. Electromagnetic radiation standards International standards set to limit electromagnetic emissions from monitors. There are currently two important standards both derived from regulations originally laid down by Swedish authorities.
  • Page 38 Glossary In 1991, the Swedish Tjänstemannens Central Organization (TCO, Swedish confederation of Professional Employees ) set a standard even more severe than MPR-II, especially for alternating electric fields (AEF). The TCO standard is more severe since not only are the permitted field levels reduced compared with MPR-II, but the measuring distance is also reduced (see table).
  • Page 39 Glossary Also called line frequency and expressed in kHz, it is the number of video lines written on the screen every second (from left to right). The higher the horizontal scanning frequency, the better the resolution (i.e., the higher the resolution and/or the higher the refresh rate). INF File INF file (Information File) Information (INF) files store information in a specific format.
  • Page 40 Glossary Linearity The degree to measure the actual location of a pixel on the screen corresponds with its intended location. ( see figure ) Line frequency See Horizontal scanning frequency. Low-emission monitor A monitor that complies with international standards on radiation. See Electromagnetic radiation standards.
  • Page 41 Glossary Moiré effect A fringe pattern arising from the interference between two superimposed line patterns. In a monitor it comes from the interference between the shadow mask pattern and the video information (video moiré), and between the shadow mask pattern and the horizontal line pattern (scan moiré). It shows itself as wavy patterns on the screen and becomes more noticeable as monitor resolution increases.
  • Page 42 Glossary screen area, resulting in an image that is smaller (and less legible) than it needs to be. Parallelogram Distortion See Geometric distortion. Phosphor Generic name for the class of substances that exhibit luminescence. To produce a picture on screen, phosphors are deposited on the inner surface of the picture-tube screen and excited into luminescence by the electron beam.
  • Page 43 Glossary Raster The area on screen that electron beam can reach. Refresh rate See Vertical scanning frequency. Resolution The number of pixels that can be displayed on the screen. The resolution is specified as the number of pixels in a line multiplied by the number of horizontal lines. See also video graphic adapter.
  • Page 44 Glossary Anti-Static coatings Due to bombardment by beam electrons, monitor screens become electrically charged when in use. Electrically charged screens surfaces can attract dust particles. An Anti-Static coating is a conductive coating deposited on the screen (or on a glass panel immediately in front of the screen) that conducts away the charge and prevents screen dust build-up.
  • Page 45 Glossary The ARAS coating reflects only about 0.5% of the incident light. AGRAS (Anti-Glare anti-Reflection Anti-Static) coating. A combined anti-reflection, anti-glare, anti-static coating. Self-test function A monitor equipped with hardware or software to automatically detect cable connection status. Shape Deviation of a reproduced picture from its intended shape. The following types of distortion are most common: file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/GLOSSARY/GLOSSARY.HTM (13 of 18) [8/29/2001 2:59:00 PM]...
  • Page 46 Glossary SOG (Synchronization On Green) A properly functioning color monitor requires five kinds of signals: horizontal sync pulse, vertical sync pulse, red color signal, green color signal and blue color signal. Signals from a PC are transmitted to a monitor using one of three methods: 1.
  • Page 47 Glossary See rotation function. Trapezoid distortion See Geometrical distortion. TTL signal A TTL (Transistor-transistor-logic) signal is a digital signal level for controlling the screen colors. With TTL driving, the red, green and blue signals can only be switched on or off or provided with an intensity signal. A TTL-driven monitor can thus display a maximum of 64 colors.
  • Page 48 Glossary signaling. A hub consists of two portions: the Hub Controller and Hub Repeater. The repeater is a protocol-controlled switch between the upstream port and downstream ports. It also has hardware support for reset and suspend/resume signaling. The controller provides the interface registers to allow communication to/from the host.
  • Page 49 Glossary Vertical dot pitch See Dot pitch. Vertical scanning frequency Expressed in Hz, this is the number of fields written to the screen every second in interlaced mode. In non-interlaced mode vertical scanning frequency is the number of frames (complete pictures) written to the screen every second (also known as refresh rate).
  • Page 50 Glossary resolutions from 1280 x 1024 to 1600 x 1280, horizontal line frequencies up to 90 kHz and bandwidths up to 200 MHz. VIS (Viewable Image Size) The real screen dimensions that users can see measured diagonally. The VIS of a monitor is always less than the so called screen size of a monitor.
  • Page 51 Download and Print Download and Print This page provides an option to read the manual in .pdf format. PDF files can be downloaded into your hard disk, then viewed and printed with Acrobat Reader or through your browser. If you do not have Adobe¨ Acrobat Reader installed, click on the link to install the application. Acrobat Reader for PC Adobe®...
  • Page 52 Download and Print 107G.pdf 107P.pdf 107S.pdf 107T.pdf 109B.pdf 109P.pdf 109S.pdf 201B.pdf 201P.pdf file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/DOWNLOAD/DOWNLOAD.HTM (2 of 2) [8/29/2001 2:59:00 PM]...
  • Page 53 items_page file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/items.html [8/29/2001 2:59:00 PM]...
  • Page 54 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Safety Precautions and Maintenance • Other Related Information Common Problems Having trouble? Something not working? Before calling for help, try these suggestions. Having this problem? No Picture (Power LED not lit) No Picture (Power LED is yellow) No Picture (Power LED is green) Screen doesn't show when you turn on the...
  • Page 55 Check to make sure Moiré is switched off. Adjust Sync Input. Increase your refresh rate. Refer to the instructions and troubleshooting information in that chapter. Consumer Information Centers RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE list to contact your local Philips...
  • Page 56 • EN 55022 Compliance (Czech Republic Only) • MIC Notice (South Korea Only) • BSMI Notice (Taiwan Only) • Philips End-of-Life Disposal • Troubleshooting You have just purchased a TCO '99 approved and • Energy Star Declaration • Commission Federale de la •...
  • Page 57 Regulatory Information Approval requirements cover a wide range of issues: environment, ergonomics, usability, emission of electric and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical and fire safety. The environmental demands impose restrictions on the presence and use of heavy metals, brominated and chlorinated flame retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated solvents, among other things.
  • Page 58 Position A2, the total time must not be set to more than 70 minutes. NUTEK VESA State Normal operation Power Saving Suspend Position A1 file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/SAFETY/regs/regulat.htm (3 of 11) [8/29/2001 2:59:23 PM] RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE PHILIPS 107S2* LED Indicator Power Consumption Green < 73 W Yellow < 3 W...
  • Page 59 THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CANADIAN INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/SAFETY/regs/regulat.htm (4 of 11) [8/29/2001 2:59:23 PM] Yellow ® PHILIPS artner, ® guidelines for energy efficiency. RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE <...
  • Page 60 Regulatory Information Commission Federale de la Communication (FCC Declaration) Cet équipement a été testé et déclaré conforme auxlimites des appareils numériques de class B,aux termes de l'article 15 Des règles de la FCC. Ces limites sont conçues de façon à fourir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences nuisibles dans le cadre d'une installation résidentielle.
  • Page 61 Regulatory Information VCCI Notice (Japan Only) This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) for Information technology equipment. If this equipment is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may cause radio Interference.
  • Page 62 Regulatory Information Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice The equipment should draw power from a socket with an attached protection circuit (a three-prong socket). All equipment that works together (computer, monitor, printer, and so on) should have the same power supply source.
  • Page 63 Regulatory Information Placering/Ventilation VARNING: FÖRSÄKRA DIG OM ATT HUVUDBRYTARE OCH UTTAG ÄR LÄTÅTKOMLIGA, NÄR DU STÄLLER DIN UTRUSTNING PÅPLATS. Placering/Ventilation ADVARSEL: SØRG VED PLACERINGEN FOR, AT NETLEDNINGENS STIK OG STIKKONTAKT ER NEMT TILGÆNGELIGE. Paikka/Ilmankierto VAROITUS: SIJOITA LAITE SITEN, ETTÄ VERKKOJOHTO VOIDAAN TARVITTAESSA HELPOSTI IRROTTAA PISTORASIASTA.
  • Page 64 Your new monitor contains materials that can be recycled and reused. Specialized companies can recycle your product to increase the amount of reusable materials and to minimize the amount to be disposed of. Please find out about the local regulations on how to dispose of your old monitor from your local Philips dealer.
  • Page 65 Regulatory Information file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/SAFETY/regs/regulat.htm (10 of 11) [8/29/2001 2:59:23 PM] of plug proceed as follows: 1. Remove fuse cover and fuse. 2. Fit new fuse which should be a BS 1362 5A,A.S.T.A. or BSI approved type. 3. Refit the fuse cover. If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut off and an appropriate 3-pin plug fitted in its place.
  • Page 66 Regulatory Information the lead - not simply over the three wires. RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/107S/SAFETY/regs/regulat.htm (11 of 11) [8/29/2001 2:59:23 PM]...
  • Page 67 Other Related Information Other Related Information Safety Precautions and Maintenance Information for Users in the U. Information for Users in the U. S. For units set at 115 V : Use a UL Listed Cord Set consisting of a minimum 18 AWG, Type SVT or SJT three conductor cord a maximum of 15-feet long and a parallel blade, grounding type attachment plug rated 15 A, 125 V.
  • Page 68 6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) 6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) Front View • Rear View • Technical Specifications your Multimedia Base • Power adapter Installation Technical Specifications* • Output power • Bass Boost • Headphone connection • Microphone in/out • Includes • Dimension •...
  • Page 69 6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) Installing your Multimedia Pedestal file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/INSTALL_2/mm_pede/mm_inst.htm (2 of 4) [8/29/2001 2:59:36 PM] RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE 1. To INSTALL Slide the pedestal, aligning with the holes on the side. Then click the back hook into the corresponding hole on the bottom plate of your monitor.
  • Page 70 6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) Power adapter Installation Installing the adapter There are two (2) ways of installing the adapter A. T-connector B. Wall more connector Monitor Multimedia Base DC input Note: Please keep least 50 cm ) to avoid cansing unstable monitor picture. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/INSTALL_2/mm_pede/mm_inst.htm (3 of 4) [8/29/2001 2:59:36 PM] 2.
  • Page 71 6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/INSTALL_2/mm_pede/mm_inst.htm (4 of 4) [8/29/2001 2:59:36 PM]...
  • Page 72 USB Hub (Optional Feature) PCUH411 USB Hub (Option) Front View • Rear View • Installing your USB Hub Installing your USB Hub file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/INSTALL_2/usbhub/usb_inst.htm (1 of 2) [8/29/2001 2:59:36 PM] Installing on a conventional base. Take out the USB hub from the box.
  • Page 73 USB Hub (Optional Feature) file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/INSTALL_2/usbhub/usb_inst.htm (2 of 2) [8/29/2001 2:59:36 PM] RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE hub to the back of the Multimedia Pedestal. Attach the USB hub by sliding-in to the Multimedia base.
  • Page 74 The OSD Controls The OSD Controls Description of the On-Screen Display The OSD Controls : Brightness (HotKey) Selection • Zoom • Adjust Horizontal to Factory Settings • Extra Controls BRIGHTNESS To adjust your screen's brightness, follow the steps below. Brightness is the overall intensity of the light coming from the screen.
  • Page 75 The OSD Controls 1) Press the button on the monitor. The CONTRAST window appears. 2) Press the button to adjust the contrast. 3) When the contrast is adjusted to the level desired, stop pressing the seconds the CONTRAST window will disappear with the new adjustment saved. After the CONTRAST window has disappeared, to continue to the MAIN CONTROLS, follow the steps under LANGUAGE Smart...
  • Page 76 The OSD Controls 3) Press the button until the desired language is highlighted. 4) Press the button to confirm your selection and return to MAIN CONTROLS window. CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted... After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..
  • Page 77 The OSD Controls INPUT SIGNAL SELECTION INPUT SIGNAL SELECTION determines what you see on the screen. The default setting is INPUT A, but if the video input signal is different that the output signal, you may want to change it to INPUT B.? 1) Press the button on the monitor.
  • Page 78 The OSD Controls MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted. After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..to continue to ZOOM, press the Smart steps 3 - 5 under ZOOM. Help . . . to exit completely, press the ZOOM ZOOM increases or decreases the size of the images on your screen.
  • Page 79 The OSD Controls 4) Press the button to adjust ZOOM. 5) Press the button to confirm your selection and return to the MAIN CONTROLS window. CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted. After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..to continue to ADJUST HORIZONTAL, press the Smart HORIZONTAL is highlighted.
  • Page 80 The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The ADJUST HORIZONTAL window appears. POSITION should be highlighted. 4) Press the button to move the image to the left or right. 5) When the position is adjusted, press the to highlight SIZE. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/osd_cont.htm (7 of 26) [8/29/2001 2:59:52 PM] button to return to MAIN CONTROLS window, or press the...
  • Page 81 The OSD Controls 6) To adjust the horizontal size, press the 7) When the size is adjusted, press the CONTROLS will be highlighted. After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..to continue to ADJUST VERTICAL, press the Smart VERTICAL is highlighted.
  • Page 82 The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The ADJUST VERTICAL window appears. POSITION should be highlighted. 4) Press the button to move the image up or down. 5) When the position is adjusted, press the to highlight SIZE. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/osd_cont.htm (9 of 26) [8/29/2001 2:59:52 PM] button to return to MAIN CONTROLS window, or press the...
  • Page 83 The OSD Controls 6) To adjust the vertical size, press the 7) When the size is adjusted, press the CONTROLS will be highlighted. After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..to continue to ADJUST SHAPE, press the Smart highlighted.
  • Page 84 The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The ADJUST SHAPE window appears. ADJUST SIDE CURVE should be highlighted. 4) Press the button. The SIDE CURVE window appears. PINCUSHION should be highlighted. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/osd_cont.htm (11 of 26) [8/29/2001 2:59:52 PM]...
  • Page 85 The OSD Controls 5) To adjust the pincushion, press the 6) When the pincushion is adjusted, press the to return to the ADJUST SHAPE window. 7) To adjust the balanced pincushion, press the 8) When the balanced pincushion is adjusted, press the window.
  • Page 86 The OSD Controls After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..to continue to ADJUST SIDE ANGLES, start with step 5 under ADJUST SIDE ANGLES and follow the directions. Smart ...to exit completely, press the Help ...to adjust only the BALANCED pincushion, follow steps 1 - 4 above, then press the button, and follow steps 7 - 9.
  • Page 87 The OSD Controls 4) Press the button to highlight ADJUST SIDE ANGLES. 5) Press the button. The SIDE ANGLES window appears. TRAPEZOID should be highlighted. 6) To adjust the trapezoid, press the 7) When the trapezoid is adjusted, press the button to return to the ADJUST SHAPE window.
  • Page 88 The OSD Controls 8) To adjust the parallelogram, press the 9) When the parallelogram is adjusted, press the BACK TO MAIN WINDOWS will be highlighted. 10) Press the button to return to the MAIN CONTROLS window, or press the IMAGE is highlighted. After returning to MAIN CONTROLS .
  • Page 89 The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The ADJUST SHAPE window appears. ADJUST SIDE CURVE should be highlighted. 4) Press the arrow until ROTATE IMAGE is highlighted. 5) Press the button. The ROTATE IMAGE window appears. ROTATE should be highlighted. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/osd_cont.htm (16 of 26) [8/29/2001 2:59:52 PM]...
  • Page 90 The OSD Controls 6) To adjust the rotation, press the 7) When the rotation is adjusted, press the MAIN CONTROLS should be highlighted. 8) Press the button to return to MAIN CONTROLS. After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..
  • Page 91 The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The ADJUST COLOR window appears. 4) Press the button to highlight 9300K for GENERAL USE, 6500K for IMAGE MANAGEMENT, 5500K for PHOTO RETOUCH, or USER PRESET. 5) Once you have highlighted GENERAL USE, IMAGE MANAGEMENT, or PHOTO RETOUCH, press the button to confirm you selection and return to the MAIN CONTROLS window.
  • Page 92 The OSD Controls 6a) If USER PRESET is highlighted, press the button to adjust the color red. 6b) When finished with RED, press the to adjust the color green. 6c) When finished GREEN, press the adjust the color blue. 6d) When all adjustments are complete, press the MAIN CONTROLS window.
  • Page 93 The OSD Controls RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS returns everything in all the windows to factory presets. 1) Press the button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears. 2) Press the button until RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS is highlighted. 3) Press the button.
  • Page 94 The OSD Controls After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..to continue to EXTRA CONTROLS, press the Smart CONTROLS is highlighted. Next, start with step 3 under EXTRA CONTROLS. Help . . . to exit completely, press the EXTRA CONTROLS DEGAUSS EXTRA CONTROLS is a set of three features, including DEGAUSS.
  • Page 95 The OSD Controls 5) To degauss your screen, press the CONTROLS window will reappear. CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted. After returning to MAIN CONTROLS ..to continue to ADJUST MOIRE, press the Smart highlighted. Next, start with step 3 under EXTRA CONTROLS, ADJUST MOIRE. Help .
  • Page 96 The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The EXTRA CONTROLS window appears. ADJUST MOIRE will be highlighted. 4) Press the button. The ADJUST MOIRE window appears. HORIZONTAL will be highlighted. file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/osd_cont.htm (23 of 26) [8/29/2001 2:59:52 PM]...
  • Page 97 The OSD Controls 5) To adjust the horizontal moire, press the 6) When the horizontal moire is adjusted, press the 7) To adjust the vertical moire, press the 8) When the vertical moire is adjusted, press the BACK TO MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted. After returning to MAIN CONTROLS .
  • Page 98 The OSD Controls on the LIGHTFRAME function to activate in full screen mode. 1) Press button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears. 2) Press the button until EXTRA CONTROLS is highlight. 3) Press the button. The EXTRA CONTROLS window appears. ADJUST MOIRE will be highlighted. 4) Press the button until LIGHTFRAME is highlighted.
  • Page 99 The OSD Controls 5) Pess the button. LIGHTFRAME will be activated. 6) Press the button to highlight BACK TO MAIN CONTROLS. Press CONTROLS. Press button again to exit the OSD. CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS file:///D|/rita/LF2/LF2/LFa1/multi_manual/english/OSD/osd_cont.htm (26 of 26) [8/29/2001 2:59:52 PM] RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE button to go back to MAIN...
  • Page 100 Just a phone call away Philips’ customer help desks are located worldwide. You can contact Philips Monday - Friday from 08.00 - 20.00 hrs Central European Time (CET) and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00 to 18.00 hrs CET by using one of the toll-free numbers.
  • Page 101 12 months from date of purchase. This international Philips guarantee complements the existing national guarantee obligations to you of dealers and Philips in the country of purchase and does not affect your statutory rights as a customer.
  • Page 102 Philips Consumer Electronics. reception problems caused by signal conditions or cable or antenna systems outside the unit.
  • Page 103 Please contact Philips at: (800) 479-6696 Three years free parts and three years free labor will be provided at Philips Canada depot or any one of its authorized service centers. (In Canada, this warranty is given in lieu of all other warranties. No other warranties are expressed or implied, including any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
  • Page 104 Just a phone call away Philips’ customer help desks are located worldwide. You can contact Philips Monday - Friday from 08.00 - 20.00 hrs Central European Time (CET) and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00 to 18.00 hrs CET by using one of the toll-free numbers.

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