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  • Page 1 Operating Instructions PLASMA DISPLAY SYSTEM...
  • Page 2 IMPORTANT CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO is intended to alert the user to the presence of presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”...
  • Page 3 Product Category: Class B Personal Computers & Peripherals [For Canadian model] Responsible Party Name: PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Address: 1925 E. DOMINGUEZ ST., LONG BEACH, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    In some countries or regions, the shape of the power plug and power outlet may sometimes differ from that shown in the explanatory drawings. However the method of connecting and operating the unit is the same. Illustrations shown in this manual are for the PRO-110FD unless otherwise specified. Contents 01 Important User Guidance Using the multiscreen functions .....
  • Page 5 Contents Setting up closed captions ....... 48 Eliminating noise from images .... 63 Activating the closed caption ....48 Using the 3DYC and I-P Mode ..... 63 Selecting the type of conventional Comparing picture adjustments on the closed captions ........48 screen ............
  • Page 6 Contents Watching an image from a personal computer ............75 Computer compatibility chart ....75 Connecting control cords ......76 IR REPEATER OUT ........76 Enjoying the Home Media Gallery ..77 Making network connections ....78 Connecting a USB device .....78 Starting the Home Media Gallery function ..........79 Enjoying movie files ......81 Enjoying music files ......84...
  • Page 7: Information

    Over the course of its lifetime, the luminosity of the Pioneer PRO- 150FD/PRO-110FD plasma display will diminish very slowly, such To avoid malfunction and overheating when installing, make sure as with all phosphor-based screens (for example, a traditional that the vents on the main unit are not blocked.
  • Page 8 Do not attach such items as labels and tape to the Caution product. Pioneer bears no responsibility for any damage arising from • This may result in the discoloration or scratch of the cabinet. incorrect use of the product by you or other people, malfunctions...
  • Page 9 Important User Guidance Information Fan motor noise Caution The rotation speed of the cooling fan motor increases when the ambient temperature of the plasma display becomes high. You Panel sticking and after-image lag may hear the sound of the fan motor at that time. •...
  • Page 10: Safety Precautions

    PRO-150FD (including the stand and speaker) and about followed. 45.1 kg (99.4 lbs.) for the PRO-110FD (including the stand and 11. Power source—This product must operate on a power source speaker). Because it has small depth and is unstable, specified on the specification label.
  • Page 11: Installation Precautions

    Note • It is strongly recommended to use the optional Pioneer mounting products. • Pioneer shall not be liable for any personal injury or product damage that results from the use of mounting items other than the optional Pioneer products.
  • Page 12: Supplied Accessories

    Supplied Accessories Chapter 3 Supplied Accessories Screw (M4 x 10 mm) x 2 (for plastic bands) (PRO-110FD only) Plastic band x 2 (PRO-110FD only) Remote control unit AA size battery × 2 Power cord (2 m/6.6 feet) (Alkaline batteries for...
  • Page 13 Supplied Accessories Speaker accessories (PRO-110FD) (PRO-150FD) Speaker Speaker Speaker cable × 2 Speaker cable × 2 Speaker Mounting Fittings Speaker Mounting Fittings For TOP-Left Bracket for TOP-Left For BOTTOM-Left Bracket for BOTTOM-Left For TOP-Right Bracket for TOP-Right For BOTTOM-Right Bracket for BOTTOM-Right Speaker mounting screw (M5 ×...
  • Page 14: Part Names

    The terminals on side panels are common to the PRO-150FD and PRO-110FD. 1 a button (This button is located on the bottom 9 VOLUME UP/DOWN buttons (UP/DOWN of the side panel of the plasma display for the...
  • Page 15 *For exact terminal positions, refer to the terminal position sheet located near the terminal compartment. The terminals on the rear panel are common to the PRO-150FD and PRO-110FD. 1 a button 17 AUDIO OUT terminals (AUDIO) 2 Ethernet cable port 18 INPUT 1 terminals (AUDIO) 3 CableCARD™...
  • Page 16: Remote Control Unit

    Part Names Remote control unit TV a: Turns on the power to the plasma display or places it into standby mode. Transmission confirmation LED This section describes the functions of the buttons available INPUT: Selects an input source of the plasma display. when the mode switch has been set to TV.
  • Page 17: Preparation

    When installing on a rack, etc., hold the plasma display. Attaching the Pioneer stand Over 50 cm The plasma display comes with the Pioneer table top stand. You (19-11/16 inches) can also install the display on a rack by detaching the stand. The...
  • Page 18 Preparation Attaching the light-blocking shield (PRO-150FD only) While firmly holding the ends of the light- blocking shield, apply it with the double- This part prevents reflection of the cables connected to the back of the plasma display on the base cover. sided adhesive tape.
  • Page 19: Installing The Pioneer Speaker

    • Please handle the speaker with sufficient care, as the grille net a screwdriver. and the cabinet can become damaged or broken when they are Installation bolts (1): M8 x 23 mm (black) for PRO-110FD subjected to strong external impacts. M6 x 20 mm (black) for PRO-150FD •...
  • Page 20 Speed clamp Note Screw holes • Before installing the speaker, make sure that the Pioneer table top stand is attached to the plasma display. • When using the hang on wall unit, first lay the plasma display on top of a soft sheet, etc., remove the stand, then Screw holes attach the speaker.
  • Page 21 Preparation Screw a supplied screw into the speaker Tighten the two screws, at the top and mounting hole (lower of the two) at the top, bottom for each speaker (total of four rear of the display. screws), thus fixing the speakers to the •...
  • Page 22 Preparation speaker cables Connecting the speaker cables Connecting the speaker cables to the rear of plasma display. to the speaker. Gray Black Gray Black Red Gray Black Black Connect the cables correctly with respect to Connect the cables correctly with respect to the polarity of the plasma display speaker the polarity of the speaker terminals, that is, terminals, that is, ...
  • Page 23 Speaker mounting fitting (for TOP-Right) (The skinny slot is used for mounting to the top.) • Before installing the speaker, make sure that the Pioneer table top stand is attached to the plasma display. • When using the hang on wall unit, first lay the plasma Speaker mounting fitting display on top of a soft sheet, etc., remove the stand, then...
  • Page 24 Preparation Screw a supplied screw into the speaker Adjust the position of the speaker and then mounting hole (lower of the two) at the top, tighten the upper screw firmly. rear of the display. Tighten all screws firmly, thus fixing the •...
  • Page 25 Preparation speaker cables Connecting the speaker cables Connecting the speaker cables to the rear of plasma display. to the speaker. Black Gray Gray Black Red Gray Black Black Connect the cables correctly with respect to Connect the cables correctly with respect to the polarity of the plasma display speaker the polarity of the speaker terminals, that is, terminals, that is, ...
  • Page 26: Preventing The Plasma Display From Falling Over

    Preparation Preventing the plasma display from (PRO-110FD) falling over After installing the stand, be sure to take special care to ensure that the plasma display will not fall over and is stabilized to both 20 mm min. (13/16 inch) the wall and rack.
  • Page 27: Detaching The Pioneer Stand

    • Work only with the plasma display lying flat on a table or similar screwdriver. surface. Installation bolts (1): M8 x 23 mm (black) for PRO-110FD • When lying the plasma display down, be careful not to scratch M6 x 20 mm (black) for PRO-150FD or damage it.
  • Page 28 Preparation Attaching the stand again Installation bolts (2): M8 x 40 mm (black) for PRO-110FD M6 x 20 mm (black) for PRO-150FD • Steps for attaching the stand are the same for PRO-150FD and PRO-110FD (use the screw holes with “T” inscribed).
  • Page 29: Cable Connections For Watching Digital And/or Conventional Tv Channels

    Preparation Cable connections for watching digital Inserting the CableCARD™ and/or conventional TV channels The plasma display is equipped with a slot for inserting a CableCARD™. When you are watching digital and/or High This system is equipped with two terminals for inputting TV Definition TV channels over cable, the card allows you to use the broadcasting signals: ANT/CABLE A IN and ANT B IN.
  • Page 30: Routing Cables

    Preparation Routing cables When the speaker is installed under the plasma display panel (for PRO-110FD) Bead band Rear view Speaker cable Speed clamp Speed clamp Bead band Speed clamp Attaching speed clamps to the main unit Attaching and removing speed clamps...
  • Page 31: Preparing The Remote Control Unit

    Preparation Preparing the remote control unit Allowed operation range of the remote control unit Inserting batteries Operate the remote control unit while pointing it toward the remote control sensor located at the bottom right of the front Open the battery cover. panel of the plasma display.
  • Page 32: Basic Operations

    • The system enters the standby mode and the image on the of the side panel. See page 14.) screen disappears. • The STANDBY indicator lights up red. (PRO-110FD) • This will allow the system to automatically receive digital POWER ON TV program information while in the standby mode.
  • Page 33: Watching Tv Channels

    Basic Operations Watching TV channels Plasma display (right side view) Unless you set up TV channels that you can watch under the current conditions, you cannot tune in those channels. For the procedure, see Setting up TV channels on page 42. Note CHANNEL +/–...
  • Page 34: Changing The Volume And Sound

    Basic Operations Changing the volume and sound Changing the language • VOLUME +/– on the plasma display operates the same as VOL If you have selected a digital TV program that provides multi- +/– on the remote control unit. language services, you can switch among the languages by pressing MTS on the remote control unit.
  • Page 35: Setting Mts/sap Mode

    Basic Operations Setting MTS/SAP mode When receiving STEREO sound signals A 125 When watching conventional TV programs, you may enjoy stereo sound and/or Secondary Audio Programs (SAP), using the Multi- STEREO In STEREO mode channel Television Sound (MTS) function. • Stereo broadcasts You can enjoy, for example, sports, shows, and concerts in A 125 dynamic stereo sound.
  • Page 36: Viewing A Channel Banner

    Basic Operations Viewing a channel banner Using the multiscreen functions While watching a TV program, pressing INFO causes the following banner to appear. Pressing INFO again causes the Splitting the screen banner to disappear. Use the following procedure to select the 2-screen or picture-in- picture mode.
  • Page 37: Freezing Images

    Basic Operations Freezing images • In 2-screen or picture-in-picture mode, press SWAP to switch the position of the two screens shown. Left screen is the active screen which will be indicated by Use the following procedure to capture and freeze one frame “...
  • Page 38 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Chapter 7 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup About the TV Guide On Screen™ system Welcome Screen Initial TV set up leads you to the Welcome screen. The TV Guide On Screen™ system is a free, interactive on-screen Or press TV GUIDE to begin setup.
  • Page 39 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup System Setup Screens Screen 3: Select service(s) Screen 1: Select Country • Press to highlight the connected video source(s) for which you would like to receive show listings. • This screen asks you the location of your TV. •...
  • Page 40 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Screen 5: Are the settings correct? • If you select “Yes”, you see Screen 6. • If you select “No”, you see Screen 1. Screen 6: Congratulations...
  • Page 41: The Home Menu

    The HOME MENU Chapter 8 The HOME MENU HOME MENU overview For PC source HOME MENU Item Page For AV source Picture AV Selection Contrast HOME MENU Item Page Brightness Picture AV Selection Contrast Green Brightness Blue Color Reset Tint Sound Same as the AV source Sharpness...
  • Page 42: Tuner Setup

    Tuner Setup Chapter 9 Tuner Setup Setting up TV channels Select a channel to be skipped ( / then ENTER). This section describes how to search and set up TV channels that Channel Setup Ant. A Channel Keep/Skip you can watch under the current conditions. Unless you set up xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx TV channels using Auto Channel Preset, you may not be able to Ant.
  • Page 43: Parental Control

    Tuner Setup • Locally originated programming Select “Signal Strength” ( / then ENTER). • News Channel Setup Ant. A Signal Strength • Political Maximum: 100 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Current: 100 • Public Service Announcements Ant. A Signal Strength xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx • Religious Home Menu Exit •...
  • Page 44: Clearing The Password

    We suggest you write down your password so you don’t forget it. If you forget the password When the message “Enter your Password” is displayed in step 6 PRO-150FD/PRO-110FD under “Clearing the password”, press the ENTER button on the Your password No.: remote control unit and hold it down for three seconds or longer.
  • Page 45: Blocking Not Rated Tv Programs

    Tuner Setup Select the desired rating and change the setting ( / Parental Control Unavailable Ratings then ENTER). xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Unavailable Ratings xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Block Parental Control TV Ratings xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Don’t Block TV-None xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx TV-Y TV-Y Blocked TV Ratings Home Menu Exit TV Ratings xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx TV-Y7...
  • Page 46: Setting Canadian English Ratings

    Tuner Setup Canadian French ratings Setting Canadian French ratings Rating Description Press HOME MENU. Exempt programming Select “Tuner Setup” ( / then ENTER). General: All ages and children, contains minimal Select “Parental Control” ( / then ENTER). direct violence, but may be integrated into the plot in a humorous or unrealistic manner.
  • Page 47: Deleting New Ratings

    Tuner Setup Temporarily deactivating the Parental Control Select the desired rating and change the setting ( / then ENTER). When the Parental Control is working and senses a blocked TV program (or content), the plasma display shows nothing but a Parental Control New (xxx) message.
  • Page 48: Setting Your Favorite Channels

    Tuner Setup Setting your favorite channels Item Description Does not show closed captions Set up to 10 TV channels to each of the four color buttons on the (default) remote control unit (40 channels in total). You can then quickly Always shows closed captions select from only your favorite channels.
  • Page 49: Selecting Digital Closed Caption Parameters

    Tuner Setup Clock Setting Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. Note With “Auto Set” selected for Clock Setting, the system acquires and sets time information automatically. You can also manually • The Primary Caption Service is usually offered for Service 1, set the correct time.
  • Page 50: Screen Components

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Chapter 10 TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Using the TV Guide On Screen™ system 11 Channel logo & number – Identifies network and channel number 12 Info Box – Shows information about the highlighted item. Before you can start using the TV Guide On Screen™...
  • Page 51: The Listings Screen

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation TV Guide On Screen™ navigation Press TV GUIDE to display the Listings screen. The table below shows a summary of the remote buttons you’ll use to navigate the TV Guide On Screen™ system. What it does TV GUIDE Press to display the TV Guide On Screen™...
  • Page 52 TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation When scheduled reminder is due (auto-tune is OFF) Highlight “set reminder” and press ENTER. Depending on the settings you made, your program reminder will Set the reminder options: appear on your TV screen around the time the program is Press to highlight a field;...
  • Page 53: Searching For Programs

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Searching for programs Press ENTER to display a listing of upcoming programs that match the categories you chose. The Search screen lets you search for programs alphabetically, by category or by keyword. You can also search for HDTV programs.
  • Page 54: Searching By Keyword

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Searching by keyword • Highlight characters by pressing / / / , then pressing ENTER to input them. Here you search for shows based on keywords you enter. The • The keyword you input is stored so that you can use it keywords you create are stored so you can use them again in the again whenever you need it.
  • Page 55: The Search Episode Options Menu

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Scheduling reminders Press ENTER. Select a letter, then press ENTER to display all programs From the Schedule area you can review, edit or delete reminders. starting with that letter. Select “SCHEDULE” from the Service bar at the top of Highlight a program listing and press MENU to display the screen.
  • Page 56: Using The Reminder To Do List

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Using the reminder To Do list Changing setup options The To Do screen lists scheduled events with an icon that You can change TV Guide On Screen™ settings from the Setup identifies the event type. From the To Do screen you can review, menu.
  • Page 57: Changing The Channel Display Settings

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Press ENTER to display the current settings and the Press ENTER to display the channel editor. options to change them. Press to highlight a channel then press ENTER to go Select one of the options, then follow the on-screen to the Grid Options menu.
  • Page 58: Changing The Default Options

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Changing the default options Displaying setup progress This is the place to change the default settings for reminders and Display setup progress lets you verify the status of the various other general settings. Guide setup functions. This screen also appears when you enter the Guide prior to receiving the complete channel lineup.
  • Page 59: Adjustments And Settings

    Adjustments and Settings Chapter 11 Adjustments and Settings AV Selection Item Description MOVIE For movies. Select from the seven viewing options, depending on the current This selection is shared by the external input and TV environment (e.g., room brightness), the type of the current TV input sources.
  • Page 60: Basic Picture Adjustments

    Adjustments and Settings Basic picture adjustments For AV source Item button button Adjust the picture to your preference for the chosen AV Selection option (except DYNAMIC). Contrast For less contrast For more contrast Press HOME MENU. Brightness For less brightness For more brightness Select “Picture”...
  • Page 61: Advanced Picture Adjustments

    Adjustments and Settings Advanced picture adjustments Using Intelligent Mode Press HOME MENU. The plasma display provides various advanced functions for optimizing the picture quality. For details on these functions, see Select “Picture” ( / then ENTER). the tables. Select “Pro Adjust” ( / then ENTER).
  • Page 62: Using Color Temp

    Adjustments and Settings • To perform adjustment for another item, press RETURN, Enhancer Mode and then repeat steps 7 and 8. Selects processing of the image’s high frequency (detailed) areas • You may press to immediately change an item to be adjusted.
  • Page 63: Eliminating Noise From Images

    Adjustments and Settings Using the 3DYC and I-P Mode Item button button Closer to magenta Closer to yellow Press HOME MENU. Closer to red Closer to green Select “Picture” ( / then ENTER). Closer to yellow Closer to cyan Select “Pro Adjust” ( / then ENTER).
  • Page 64: Comparing Picture Adjustments On The Screen

    Adjustments and Settings Comparing picture adjustments on the Sound adjustments screen You can adjust the sound quality to your preference with the following settings. During picture adjustments, you can quickly refer to the image previously set in the same parameter, allowing you to easily compare and select the preferred image quality.
  • Page 65: Power Control

    Adjustments and Settings Sound Effect Power Control You can select from SRS FOCUS, SRS or SRS TruBass. Power Control provides convenient functions for saving power. Press HOME MENU. Energy Save Select “Sound” ( / then ENTER). Select “Sound Effect” ( / then ENTER).
  • Page 66: No Operation Off (av Source Only)

    Adjustments and Settings No Operation off (AV source only) Sleep Timer The system will be automatically placed into the standby mode When the selected time elapses, the Sleep Timer automatically when no operation is performed for three hours. places the system into the standby mode. Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 67: Automatic Image Position And Clock Adjustments (pc Source Only)

    Adjustments and Settings Image position adjustment (AV source only) Manual image position and clock adjustments (PC source only) Adjusts the horizontal and vertical positions of images on the plasma display. Usually you can easily adjust the positions and clock of images using Auto Setup.
  • Page 68: Selecting A Game Mode

    Adjustments and Settings PC source Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. Item Description Note Fills the screen without altering the input signal aspect • This function is only selectable when signals are received ratio through ANT.A or ANT.B. FULL Full 16:9 screen display •...
  • Page 69: Selecting A Screen Size Automatically

    Adjustments and Settings Selecting a screen size automatically Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. The plasma display automatically selects an appropriate screen Important size when video signals are received from a connected HDMI • The “On” setting prevents uneven wear on 4:3 content and side device (see page 72).
  • Page 70: Room Light Sensor

    Adjustments and Settings Room Light Sensor Press HOME MENU to exit the menu. • To cancel this function, select “Off” in step 4. This function automatically adjusts the brightness of the display panel in accordance with the brightness level of the viewing area. Note For details, use the following procedure.
  • Page 71: Enjoying Through External Equipment

    Enjoying through External Equipment Chapter 12 Enjoying through External Equipment About External Equipment Displaying a DVD image To watch a DVD image, press INPUT 2 on the remote control unit You can connect many types of external equipment to your or press INPUT on the plasma display to select “INPUT 2”.
  • Page 72: Using Hdmi Input

    Enjoying through External Equipment Using HDMI Input • When connecting a PC to the HDMI terminal using a DVI output terminal, the plasma display may not display properly. If that is the case, consult with your PC manufacturer. The INPUT 4, INPUT 5, INPUT 6, INPUT 7 terminals are HDMI •...
  • Page 73 Enjoying through External Equipment To specify the type of input signals Note Press HOME MENU. • If you select a parameter other than “Auto”, make such a setting that results in natural color. Select “Option” ( / then ENTER). • If no image appears, specify another digital video signal type. Select “HDMI Input”...
  • Page 74: Enjoying A Game Console Or Watching Camcorder Images

    Enjoying through External Equipment Enjoying a game console or watching Connecting other audio equipment camcorder images The digital audio output terminal (optical) on this system can output Dolby Digital signals. Using an optical digital cable, Connecting a game console or camcorder connect an AV receiver to the digital audio output terminal Use the INPUT 3 terminals to connect a game console, (optical) on the rear of the plasma display.
  • Page 75: Computer

    Enjoying through External Equipment Switching the optical audio signal type Displaying an image from a personal computer Set up for the DIGITAL OUT terminal (OPTICAL), depending on When connected to a personal computer, the input signal type is your AV receiver. automatically identified.
  • Page 76: Connecting Control Cords

    About SR+ The CONTROL OUT terminal on the rear of the plasma display supports SR+, which allows linked operations with a Pioneer AV receiver. SR+ presents functions such as the input switch linkage operation function and the DSP surround mode display function.
  • Page 77: Enjoying The Home Media Gallery

    • Supported formats and contents are subject to change. Visit PlaysForSure the Pioneer website for updated information: PlaysForSure is a marketing certification given by Microsoft. The http://www.pioneerelectronics.com PlaysForSure logo makes it easy to find digital media stores and •...
  • Page 78: Making Network Connections

    Enjoying through External Equipment Making network connections Confirming the IP Address After making the network connection, follow the instructions To connect to a network, set up the Home Media Gallery through below to confirm the panel’s IP Address before accessing the the panel’s menu.
  • Page 79: Starting The Home Media Gallery Function

    USB device. In this case, you can • Pioneer is not liable for any loss or damage to the data inside start from step 4. When a multi-card reader is inserted, the the USB flash drive.
  • Page 80: Contents List

    Enjoying through External Equipment Selectable screen display Screen on which Tool Menu items Function Menu display options are: “List”, “Thumbnail” or “Thumbnail Menu is available List”. Press D then select “Change view” from the Tool Menu to Slide Show Setup Used to set up a slide- Server List/Media choose from the screen display options.
  • Page 81: Enjoying Movie Files

    Enjoying through External Equipment Select the desired content ( / then ENTER). Media Navigator • The menu can be displayed as a “List”, “Thumbnail” or While navigating through the folders a media server provides, “Thumbnail List” screen. Press D then select “Change you can select the desired file to start the corresponding player by pressing ENTER.
  • Page 82 Enjoying through External Equipment Movie Player key guide Play modes ENTER: Pauses while playback or plays back while in PAUSE Time Search (Tool Menu) Plays back the selected content from the time preset on the Movie Fast reverse during playback or when in PAUSE. Each Player press toggles the reverse speed between x 2, x 4, x 8, x 20, x 50, and x 100 or the slow mode speed between...
  • Page 83 Enjoying through External Equipment Fast Forward/Fast Reverse Note While playing content, press and hold for Fast • This function may not be supported depending on the content Reverse or press and hold for Fast Forward. or server software. • An error may arise in time-related information depending on Forward/Reverse (15 sec.) the content or server software.
  • Page 84: Enjoying Music Files

    Enjoying through External Equipment Enjoying music files Music Player key guide You can display the menu as a “List”, “Thumbnail” or “Thumbnail Moves up a cursor to a title above List” screen. Press D then select an option under “Change view” Moves down a cursor to a title below on the Tool Menu.
  • Page 85: Key Guide

    Enjoying through External Equipment Random Mode Play modes While playing content in the Playlist, press C to select Add to My Playlist (Tool Menu) Adds the selected content to My “Random On”. Playlist List • Random Repeat playback starts. Time Search (Tool Menu) Plays back the selected content from the time preset on the Music...
  • Page 86: Vol+, Vol

    Enjoying through External Equipment Photo Player key guide • Setup procedures for the above play modes are the same as for the Movie Player. ENTER: Starts displaying a photo or playing a slideshow. Pauses • Refer to page 80 for the color button D (Tool Menu). while playback or plays back while in PAUSE.
  • Page 87 Enjoying through External Equipment  Press D then select “BGM Setup” from the Tool Menu Press ENTER or (Pause) to stop the slideshow. then ENTER). • The Photo Player goes into “PAUSE”. • A “BGM Setup” dialog screen appears. Press ENTER again to resume the slideshow. Select a Playlist from the list as BGM ( then ENTER).
  • Page 88: Other Useful Functions

    Enjoying through External Equipment Other useful functions Sort You can sort the items contained in the Folder or Contents List. Search Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY. You can search the desired items contained in the Folder or • The Home Media Gallery screen is displayed. Contents List by word.
  • Page 89 Enjoying through External Equipment To manually set: Press ENTER. Before setting up, check your media server for IP Address and • A check mark is provided in the box at the selected Playlist Subnet mask. List. Select “Automatically acquire IP” then press ENTER. Press to select “OK”.
  • Page 90 Enjoying through External Equipment “Software Update” “Move” Select “Next” to follow the procedure on the subsequent You can change the listing order of the content registered in My screens or “Cancel” to return to the previous screen ( Playlist. then ENTER). When update is completed, a confirmation Select “Move”...
  • Page 91 • A restart dialog screen appears. Software Update Press ENTER after reading a notice on the screen. Software update is available on the Pioneer website (http:// • The system is restarted then the Home Media Gallery www.pioneerelectronics.com). Make sure that you have a screen returns.
  • Page 92 Enjoying through External Equipment Setup Setup Software Update Auto Connection Setup To check whether the software needs to be updated or not. Last Connected Server Home Media Gallery must be connected to a USB device. Single Server/USB Connect the USB device and press the Next button. Current Version: 1.x.xx Next Cancel...
  • Page 93: Glossary

    Enjoying through External Equipment Glossary MAC (Media Access Control) Address An address attached to the port of any network device with an IP address. The MAC address is expressed as “00:e0:36:01:23:xx” Default Gateway and cannot be changed. Default gateway is a node on a computer network that serves as an access point to another network.
  • Page 94: Using The Hdmi Control

    • Press VOL +/– or e to adjust volume for the AV system. You can operate such Pioneer devices as a recorder, player or AV • Press , , , , ENTER, RETURN system support the HDMI Control functions using the remote ) or color (BLUE, RED, YELLOW, control of the plasma display.
  • Page 95: Making The Hdmi Control Connections

    Using the HDMI Control On-screen control panel Making the HDMI Control connections When you make changes in connections between the plasma For an AV system display and the device(s) that supports the HDMI Control Switches the surround mode in order functions or settings for the “HDMI Control Setting”, perform the HDMI Control Switches the input source in reverse order...
  • Page 96: Setting The Hdmi Control

    • For more information on the devices that support the HDMI • Do not connect an AV system that does not support the HDMI Control functions, check the Pioneer Web site (see back cover). Control functions between the plasma display and a recorder/...
  • Page 97: Using The Hdmi Control Menus

    You can select whether or not the plasma display is turned On when CTRL Panel Displays the control panel for the connected AV system on the connected Pioneer recorder or player is turned On and images (AV-SYS) the plasma display are input to the plasma display.
  • Page 98: Useful Remote Control Features

    Useful Remote Control Features Chapter 14 Useful Remote Control Features Learning function of the remote control regardless of the Mode switch position or even if the switch is shifted to a different position. unit Presetting manufacturer codes to control You can operate the connected AV products (AV receiver, Cable other devices Box, SAT tuner, VCR, DVD, DVD recorder, BD player, LD) using the remote control’s learning function.
  • Page 99: Manufacturing Reset

    Learn mode. • The initial mode is “PIONEER”. • When using any of the receiver buttons (a, INPUT, or VOL +/ –) to cancel the Learn mode, follow the procedure with the Mode switch set to “TV”.
  • Page 100: Programming Codes

    0000, 0637 Thomson 1256 Archer 0237, 0260 Hitachi 0003, 0008, 0009, Philips 1305, 0317 Tocom 0012 0276 0011, 0154 Pioneer 1877, 0877, 0144, Torx 0003 0533, 0023, 0260, 1021 Bell & Howell 0014 Houston 0011 Toshiba 0000 Bell South 0899...
  • Page 101 Useful Remote Control Features Brand Codes Brand Codes Brand Codes Brand Codes A-Mark 0037, 0240, 0000, CyberPower 1972 Headquarter 0046 Memorex 0035, 0162, 0037, 0278, 0046 0048, 0039, 0047, Daewoo 0037, 0045, 0278, Hewlett Packard 1972 0020, 0046, 0561, 1137 0240, 0000, 0104, 1972 HI-Q...
  • Page 102 1972 0209, 0041, 0072, 0000, 0042, 0043, Pilot 0037 Tagar Systems 1972 0002, 0082, 0271, 0479 0041, 0072, 0038, Pioneer 0162, 0081, 0042, Tandy 0000, 0104 0067, 0058, 0168, 1337 0149, 0046, 0058, Sanyo 0047, 0240, 0000, Tatung 0048, 0081, 0000,...
  • Page 103 0614, 0616 Tagar Systems 1972 Dell 1972 Humax 0739 Philips 0618, 0739 Tivo 0618, 0636, 0739, 1337 DirecTV 0739 Hush 1972 Pioneer 1337 Toshiba 1008, 1972, 1996 EverFocus 1346 iBUYPOWER 1972 0880 Touch 1972 Gateway 1195, 1196, 1972 Linksys 1972...
  • Page 104 Victor 0245 Funai 0203 Optimus 0059 Samsung 0323 Wards 0059 Harman/Kardon 0194 Panasonic 0204 Sega 0023 Yamaha 0217 Hitachi 0023, 0395 Philips 0064, 0194 Sharp 0001 Magnavox 0064, 0194, 0217, 0241 Pioneer 0059, 0023, 0241, 1274 Sony 0193, 0201, 0270...
  • Page 105: Using The Remote Control Unit To Control Other Devices

    Using the remote control unit to control other Receiver control buttons devices When a Pioneer receiver is connected to the plasma display, the receiver can be operated using buttons 1 to 3. 1. RECEIVER  (STANDBY/ON) Turns the Pioneer receiver power on and off.
  • Page 106 Useful Remote Control Features CBL/SAT control buttons When the Mode switch is set to CBL/SAT, the cable converter or satellite broadcast tuner connected to the plasma display can be operated using the buttons shown below (3, 4, 5, 8 and 9 for cable converters and 1 to 7 for satellite tuners): 1.
  • Page 107 Useful Remote Control Features VCR control buttons When the Mode switch is set to VCR, VCRs connected to the plasma display can be operated with the remote control unit. • Press the input selector button INPUT 1 to INPUT 7 that matches the input terminal number to which the VCR is connected, then the VCR can be operated using 1 to 8.
  • Page 108 12, 13 STOP REC (DVD recorder only) Press and hold , and then press  to stop recording. This operation applies to only Pioneer DVD recorders. Note • A DVD player, DVD recorder and BD player cannot be selected at the same time.
  • Page 109: Appendix

    If the indicator is still flashing, unplug the plasma display’s power cord from the power outlet. Wait one to two minutes, then plug in the plasma display again. If this does not solve the problem, contact the nearest Pioneer Authorized Independent Service Company, or the Customer Support Division (see back cover). • HDMI connection irregularity.
  • Page 110 Appendix Problem Possible Solution • Strange color, light color, dark or color • Adjust the picture tone. (See page 60.) misalignment. • Is the room too bright? The picture may look dark in a room that is too bright. • After-image lag. •...
  • Page 111 • Some files that comply with the supported format may not be played back or displayed. • It takes time to capture and display a large-sized image. If this is the case, no operation may be performed. • See the Pioneer website (www.pioneerelectronics.com) for the formats that are supported. Home Media Gallery/FIRMWARE •...
  • Page 112 Appendix Problem Possible Solution OTHER • TV-Guide data cannot be obtained. • If TV-Guide data cannot be obtained with ANT.A selected for cable connection, select ANT.B for over the air. In addition, try the TV-Guide setup again by performing the following procedure (see page 39): - Select “Antenna”...
  • Page 113 Appendix Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd and Clark Cooper Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Expat maintainers. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.
  • Page 114 Appendix libpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are Copyright (c) 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc. For the purposes of this copyright and license, “Contributing Authors” is defined as the following set of individuals: Andreas Dilger Dave Martindale Guy Eric Schalnat Paul Schmidt...
  • Page 115 This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)” Linux Source Notice The Pioneer Plasma Television is powered by utilizing the Linux operating system. The machine readable copy of the corresponding source code is available for the cost of distribution. To obtain a copy, please visit http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/ for more information.
  • Page 116 Appendix 1. You may copy and distribute verbatim copies of the Program’s source code as you receive it, in any medium, provided that you conspicuously and appropriately publish on each copy an appropriate copyright notice and disclaimer of warranty; keep intact all the notices that refer to this License and to the absence of any warranty;...
  • Page 117 Appendix 7. If, as a consequence of a court judgment or allegation of patent infringement or for any other reason (not limited to patent issues), conditions are imposed on you (whether by court order, agreement or otherwise) that contradict the conditions of this License, they do not excuse you from the conditions of this License.
  • Page 118 Appendix Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type ‘show w’. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type ’show c’ for details. The hypothetical commands ’show w’ and ’show c’ should show the appropriate parts of the General Public License. Of course, the commands you use may be called something other than ’show w’...
  • Page 119 Appendix A more frequent case is that a free library does the same job as widely used non-free libraries. In this case, there is little to gain by limiting the free library to free software only, so we use the Lesser General Public License. In other cases, permission to use a particular library in non-free programs enables a greater number of people to use a large body of free software.
  • Page 120 Appendix 4. You may copy and distribute the Library (or a portion or derivative of it, under Section 2) in object code or executable form under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above provided that you accompany it with the complete corresponding machine-readable source code, which must be distributed under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above on a medium customarily used for software interchange.
  • Page 121 Appendix 10. Each time you redistribute the Library (or any work based on the Library), the recipient automatically receives a license from the original licensor to copy, distribute, link with or modify the Library subject to these terms and conditions. You may not impose any further restrictions on the recipients’...
  • Page 122 Appendix How to Apply These Terms to Your New Libraries If you develop a new library, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, we recommend making it free software that everyone can redistribute and change. You can do so by permitting redistribution under these terms (or, alternatively, under the terms of the ordinary General Public License).
  • Page 123: Specifications

    Appendix Specifications Item 60" plasma display model: PRO-150FD 50" plasma display model: PRO-110FD Number of pixels 1920 × 1080 pixels 17 W + 17 W (1 kHz, 10 %, 6 Ω) 17 W + 17 W (1 kHz, 10 %, 6 Ω)
  • Page 124 Dimensions PRO-150FD Unit: mm (inch) (4-13/16) 1684 (66-5/16) 922 (36-5/16) 381 (15) PRO-110FD Unit: mm (inch) (4-23/32) 1444 (56-27/32) 552 (21-23/32) (11-27/32) Trademarks • 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.
  • Page 125 TV Guide On Screen system. • Pioneer provides information to help in setting up a network and connecting the plasma display to the network, but you are solely responsible for proper network setup and the connection.
  • Page 126 For warranty information please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product. Si ce produit doit être réparé au Canada, veuillez vous adresser à un distributeur autorisé Pioneer du Canada pour obtenir le nom du Centre de Service Autorisé Pioneer le plus près de chez-vous. Vous pouvez aussi contacter le Service à la clientèle de Pioneer: Pioneer Électroniques du Canada, Inc.

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