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  • Page 1 PLASMA DISPLAY SYSTEM PRO-1130HD PRO-930HD Register Your Product on (US) (Canada) Operating Instructions...
  • Page 2 Read these instructions. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the Keep these instructions. manufacturer. Heed all warnings. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or Follow all instructions. table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the Do not use this apparatus near water. apparatus.
  • Page 3 Product Category: Class B Personal Computers & Information to User Peripherals Alteration or modifications carried out without Responsible Party Name: PIONEER ELECTRONICS appropriate authorization may invalidate the user’s SERVICE, INC. right to operate the equipment. Address: 1925 E. DOMINGUEZ ST. LONG BEACH, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 5 Contents Selecting the type of conventional Power Management closed captions ........44 (PC mode only) ........64 Selecting digital closed captions ..44 Image position adjustment Selecting digital closed caption (AV mode only) .......... 64 parameters ..........44 Automatic image position and clock Clock Setting ..........
  • Page 6 Contents Displaying a D-VHS image ......73 Useful and important notification ..73 Setting up for controlling a D-VHS recorder ..........74 Editing the i.LINK Setup .......74 Operating the control panel screen ..75 Watching an image from a personal computer ............75 Connecting a personal computer ..75 Displaying an image from a personal computer ..........75 Computer compatibility chart ....76...
  • Page 7: Important User Guidance Information

    Filter. This improves the color / picture reproduction of these must install the unit. PIONEER will not be held responsible for models as compared to previous models. It also eliminates the accident or damage caused by the use of parts and need for a physical glass panel to be placed in front of the accessories manufactured by other companies.
  • 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,...
  • Page 9 • The Energy save function can be set to help prevent damage from screen burning (see page 63). About operations through i.LINK PIONEER shall not always assure normal video/audio recording or playback when a D-VHS device is operated through i.LINK.
  • Page 10: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Safety Precautions Electricity is used to perform many useful functions, but it can 13. The plasma Display used in this product is made of glass. also cause personal injuries and property damage if improperly Therefore, it can break when the product is dropped or handled.
  • Page 11 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

    Use the following table to check that you have received the correct Media Receiver and Plasma Receiver models. Model Name of the Main Unit Model Name of the Entire Plasma Display System Media Receiver Plasma Display PRO-1130HD PRO-506PU PRO-R06U PRO-930HD PRO-436PU The speakers are available as options.
  • Page 13: Part Names Plasma Display

    Part Names Part Names Plasma Display Front view 1 a POWER button 2 STANDBY indicator Lights red when the unit is in standby mode. (page 25) 3 POWER ON indicator Lights blue when the Plasma Display is operating. (page 25) 4 Remote control sensor Rear view SYSTEM...
  • Page 14: Media Receiver

  • Page 16: Remote Control Unit

    Part Names 10 INFO: Displays a channel banner when a TV Remote control unit program is being watched. This section describes the functions of the buttons available When the TV Guide On Screen™ system is in operation, when the mode switch has been set to TV. For the buttons for displays information about the currently highlighted controlling other equipment, see “Using the remote control channel (if available).
  • Page 17: Preparation

    • Allow enough space around the upper and back parts when installing to ensure adequate ventilation of the rear of the unit. Ventilation opening Using the optional PIONEER stand Over 10 cm (3 15/16 inches) For details on installation, refer to the instruction manual supplied with the stand. Exhaust...
  • Page 18: Preventing The Plasma Display From Falling Over

    Preparation Preventing the Plasma Display from Falling Over After installing the stand, be sure to take special care to ensure that the Plasma Display will not fall over. Stabilizing on a table or floor Using a wall for stabilization Stabilize the Plasma Display as shown in the diagram using 1.
  • Page 19: Connecting The System Cable

    BLACK SYSTEM CABLE WHITE BLACK (BLACK) (WHITE) For details on optional PIONEER speaker installation, refer to the instruction manual that came with the speaker. System cable Connecting the system cable to the Media Receiver Media Receiver (rear view) (BLACK) S400...
  • Page 20: Cable Connections For Watching Digital And/Or Conventional Tv Channels

    Preparation Connecting a Cable box Cable connections for watching digital Use the INPUT 1 terminals to connect a Cable box. and/or conventional TV channels This system is equipped with two terminals for inputting TV Media Receiver (rear) broadcasting signals: ANT/CABLE A IN and ANT B IN. The ANT/CABLE A IN terminal accepts both digital and conventional TV broadcasting signals while the ANT B IN G-LINK...
  • Page 21: Inserting The Cablecard

    Preparation Inserting the CableCARD™ Switching between antenna A and B The Media Receiver is equipped with a slot for inserting a To watch broadcasts via the two antennas, you can select it by CableCARD™. When you are watching digital and/or High pressing ANT on the remote control unit.
  • Page 22: Preparing The Remote Control Unit

    Preparation Allowed operation range of the remote control Preparing the remote control unit unit Operate the remote control unit while pointing it toward the Inserting batteries remote control sensor located at the bottom right of the front panel of the Plasma Display. The distance from the remote Open the battery cover.
  • Page 23: Connecting The Power Cord

    Preparation Connecting the power cord Connect the power cord after all component connections have been completed. Plasma Display (rear view) SYSTEM CABLE WHITE BLACK SYSTEM CABLE WHITE BLACK Power cord Noise filter Partially eliminates noise caused by the power source. Media Receiver (rear view) S400 G-LINK...
  • Page 24: Routing Cables

    Preparation Routing cables Speed clamps and bead bands are supplied for bunching cables. Once properly bunched, follow the steps below to route the cables. When the speakers are installed on the sides (rear view) SYSTEM CABLE WHITE BLACK Speaker cable Speed clamp Speed clamp Speaker cable...
  • Page 25: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Basic Operations Plasma Display Turning on the power (Standby) Press a on the Plasma Display if the STANDBY indicator is off. • The STANDBY indicator on the Plasma Display lights up red. Confirm that the STANDBY indicators light up red, and then press TV a on the remote control unit or STANDBY/ ON on the Media Receiver to turn the system on.
  • Page 26: Watching Tv Channels

    Basic Operations Media Receiver Watching TV channels (front 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 38. STANDBY TIMER NOTE...
  • Page 27: Changing The Volume And Sound

    Basic Operations Changing the volume and sound Changing the language To increase the volume, press VOL + on the remote control If you have selected a digital TV program that provides multi- unit. To decrease the volume, press VOL –. language services, you can switch among the languages by pressing MTS on the remote control unit.
  • Page 28: Setting Mts/Sap Mode

    Basic Operations When receiving STEREO sound signals Setting MTS/SAP mode When watching conventional TV programs, you may enjoy A 125 stereo sound and/or Secondary Audio Programs (SAP), using STEREO In STEREO mode the Multi-channel Television Sound (MTS) function. • Stereo broadcasts You can enjoy, for example, sports, shows, and concerts in A 125 dynamic stereo sound.
  • Page 29: 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 30: Freezing Images

    Basic Operations • In 2-screen or picture-in-picture mode, press SWAP to Freezing images switch the position of the 2 screens shown. Use the following procedure to capture and freeze one frame Left screen is the active screen which will be indicated from a moving image that you are watching.
  • Page 31: Tv Guide On Screen™ System Setup

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup About the TV Guide On Screen™ system Setting up the TV Guide On Screen™ The TV Guide On Screen™ system is a free, interactive on- system screen television program guide. The system offers program When the Plasma Display System is powered on for the very listings, searching by keyword, timer recording, reminders and first time, you are automatically taken through the setup...
  • Page 32 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Reminder Screen Screen 2: Enter ZIP or Postal Code If you previously skipped Guide setup, you see the Reminder • If you selected USA in Screen 1, you see the ZIP Code screen. Screen when you power on your TV. •...
  • Page 33 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Screen 3: Do you have Cable? Screen 6: Cable Box Output Channel • If you select “Yes”, you see Screen 4. • Select the channel used for the cable box. • If you select “No”, you see Screen 12. •...
  • Page 34 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Screen 9: Cable Box Preparation Screen 12: Do you have an antenna connected? • If you select “Yes”, you see Screen 13. • Follow the on-screen instructions, and press ENTER to display Screen 10. NOTE Screen 10: Cable Box Code Testing If you selected “No”...
  • Page 35 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Screen 15: Is a VCR Connected? Screen 18: VCR Preparation • If you select “Yes”, you see Screen 16. • Follow the on-screen instructions, and press ENTER to display Screen 19. • If you select “No”, you see Screen 21. Screen 19: VCR Code Testing Screen 16: VCR Configuration Diagram •...
  • Page 36 TV Guide On Screen™ System Setup Screen 20: Did your VCR stop playing? Screen 21: Confirming Your Settings Verify the Setup information is correct. • If it is, select “Yes, end setup”, and you see Screen 22. • If it is not, select “No, repeat setup process”, and you see Screen 1.
  • Page 37: Menu Setup

    Menu Setup Menu Setup PC mode menus Menu Configuration Home Menu Item Page AV mode menus AV Selection Picture Contrast Home Menu Item Page Brightness AV Selection Picture Contrast Green Brightness Blue Color Reset Tint Sharpness Treble Sound Pro Adjust Bass Reset Balance...
  • Page 38: Tuner Setup

    Tuner Setup Tuner Setup Select “Add Channel”. ( / then ENTER) Setting up TV channels Select a channel number to be added. ( / then ENTER) This section describes how to search and set up TV channels • You can also use buttons 0 – 9 to enter a channel that you can watch under the current conditions.
  • Page 39: Parental Control

    Tuner Setup TV ratings Parental Control Rating Description With the Parental Control, parents can prevent their children from watching inappropriate TV programs, VCR or DVD All children TV-Y contents. When an attempt is made to watch a program (or Children 7 and above content) blocked by parents, the Plasma Display shows TV-Y7 nothing but a message.
  • Page 40: Clearing The Password

    We suggest you write down your password so you don’t forget it. If you forget the password PRO-1130HD/PRO-930HD When the message “Enter your Password” is displayed in step 6 Your password No.: under “Clearing the password”, press the ENTER button on the...
  • Page 41: Setting The Tv Parental Guidelines (Tv Guidelines)

    Tuner Setup Setting the TV Parental Guidelines (TV Canadian rating systems Guidelines) In Canada you can choose the Canadian English ratings or the Canadian French ratings. These ratings are based on the Press HOME MENU. Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Select “Tuner Setup”. ( / then ENTER) Commission (CRTC) policy.
  • Page 42: 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 43: Temporarily Deactivating The Parental Control

    Tuner Setup Temporarily deactivating the Parental Control Setting your favorite channels When the Parental Control is working and censors a blocked Set up to 10 TV channels to each of the four color buttons on TV program (or content), the Plasma Display shows nothing the remote control unit (40 channels in total).
  • Page 44: Activating The Closed Caption

    Tuner Setup Activating the closed caption Selecting digital closed captions Use the following procedure to select digital closed captions: Press HOME MENU. Service 1 to 6. Select “Tuner Setup”. ( / then ENTER) Press HOME MENU. Select “Closed Captions”. ( / then ENTER) Select “Tuner Setup”.
  • Page 45: Clock Setting

    Tuner Setup The following table shows the parameters selectable for each If you select “Auto Set”, select an antenna (A or B) and a item. channel number using and ENTER. Item Selection Clock Auto/Manual Set Clock Set Channel Auto/ Large/ Standard/ Small Font Size Current Time: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx...
  • Page 46: Tv Guide On Screen™ System Operation

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation TV Guide On Screen™ icons Using the TV Guide On Screen™ system Various icons are used to convey information or show the Before you can start using the TV Guide On Screen™ system, status of an item.
  • Page 47: Tv Guide On Screen™ Navigation

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation TV Guide On Screen™ navigation The Listings screen The table below shows a summary of the remote buttons you’ll You can consider the Listings screen as the “home” screen of use to navigate the TV Guide On Screen™ system. the TV Guide On Screen™...
  • Page 48: Recording Programs

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation • No record icon – Don’t set a recording. Highlight “set recording” and press ENTER. The program will still be recorded if it starts any time up to Set the recording options: the midway point of the originally scheduled program. For example, up to 9:15 for a 9:00 to 9:30 program.
  • Page 49 TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation If there is a time conflict with previously scheduled recording While recording is in progress or auto-tune reminder when you preset recording, you will be If you attempt to change the channel while recording is in alerted to this.
  • Page 50: Setting Program Reminders

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Once all the settings have been made, press ENTER to Setting program reminders highlight “schedule reminder”, then press ENTER again. By setting a program reminder you can have the TV alert you when a program is about to start on another channel. You can set reminders for individual episodes of a program, or every time a program airs.
  • Page 51: Searching For Programs

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Depending on the situation, the following screens will appear. Searching for programs In this case, the reminder will remain on-screen for 15 seconds before it automatically disappears. The Search screen lets you search for programs alphabetically, by category or by keyword.
  • Page 52: Searching By Keyword

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Press to move to the search sub-categories and select Searching by keyword the sub-category you want. Here you search for shows based on keywords you enter. The keywords you create are stored so you can use them again in the future.
  • Page 53: Alphabetical Search

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Select “new search”. Alphabetical search If you want to change the category, move up and select the This search is designed to display all programs that start with category you want. a particular letter. Select “SEARCH”...
  • Page 54: The Search Episode Options Menu

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation The search Episode Options menu Scheduling recordings and reminders From the Episode Options menu you can select: From the Schedule area you can review, edit or delete recordings and reminders. • go to Service bar – closes the panel menu and returns to the Service bar at the top of the screen.
  • Page 55: The Schedule Options Menu

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Highlight a program in the list and press MENU to display Changing setup options the Schedule Options panel menu. You can change TV Guide On Screen™ settings from the Setup menu. Setup options are divided into three categories: System Settings, Channel Display, and Default Options.
  • Page 56: Changing The Channel Display Settings

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Press ENTER to display the current settings and the Press to highlight a channel then press ENTER to go options to change them. to the Grid Options menu. From the Grid Options menu you can set: Select one of the options, then follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Page 57: Changing The Default Options

    TV Guide On Screen™ System Operation Changing the Default Options This is the place to change the default settings for recordings, reminders and other general settings. Select the “Change Default Options” item. Select one of the three default option categories. A different panel menu appears for each option: General default options •...
  • Page 58: Adjustments And Settings

    Adjustments and Settings Adjustments and Settings You can also use the menu to change the options. Sleep Timer Press HOME MENU. When the selected time elapses, the Sleep Timer automatically places the system into the standby mode. Select “Picture”. ( / then ENTER) Press SLEEP to select the desired time.
  • Page 59: Basic Picture Adjustments

    Adjustments and Settings For PC source, the following screen appears: Basic picture adjustments Adjust the picture to your preference for the chosen AV Picture Selection option (except DYNAMIC). AV Selection STANDARD Press HOME MENU. Contrast Select “Picture”. ( / then ENTER) Brightness Select an item to be adjusted.
  • Page 60: Advanced Picture Adjustments

    Adjustments and Settings Using Color Temp Advanced picture adjustments The Plasma Display System provides various advanced Press HOME MENU. functions for optimizing the picture quality. For details on these Select “Picture”. ( / then ENTER) functions, see the tables. Select “Pro Adjust”. ( / then ENTER) Using PureCinema Select “Color Detail”.
  • Page 61: Using Color Management

    Adjustments and Settings Select the desired parameter. ( / then ENTER) Eliminating noise from images Press HOME MENU. Provides images with clearer color contours. The CTI stands for Color Select “Picture”. ( / then ENTER) Transient Improvement. Select “Pro Adjust”. ( / then ENTER) Selections Deactivates the CTI.
  • Page 62: Using The 3Dyc And I-P Mode

    Adjustments and Settings Sound adjustments Performs such compensation that results in the optimum contrast Adjust the sound to your preference for the chosen AV characteristics for images. Selection option. See page 58. Selections Deactivates the ACL. Press HOME MENU. Activates the ACL. Select “Sound”.
  • Page 63: Focus

    Adjustments and Settings FOCUS Power Control This shifts the sound-source direction (sound image) upward Power Control provides convenient functions for saving power. and produces clear sound contours. Press HOME MENU. Energy Save You may use one of the three Energy Save modes to save power Select “Sound”.
  • Page 64: No Operation Off (Av Mode Only)

    Adjustments and Settings No Operation off (AV mode only) Image position adjustment The system will be automatically placed into the standby mode (AV mode only) when no operation is performed for three hours. Adjusts the horizontal and vertical positions of images on the Plasma Display.
  • Page 65: Manual Image Position And Clock Adjustments (Pc Mode Only)

    • In 2-screen mode, press SCREEN SIZE to change the size of the left screen. • The PC mode above is for the PRO-1130HD. For the PRO- 930HD the number of panel pixels is different, so signal processing and actual viewing conditions will vary slightly.
  • Page 66: Selecting A Screen Size Automatically

    Adjustments and Settings AV mode Selecting a screen size automatically The Plasma Display automatically selects an appropriate screen size when video signals are received from a connected HDMI equipment (see page 69). To activate this function, use the following procedure. Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 67: Changing The Brightness At Both Sides Of The Screen (Side Mask)

    Adjustments and Settings Changing the brightness at both sides of the screen (Side Mask) With the 4:3 screen size selected for the AV mode, you can change the brightness of the gray side masks that appear at both sides of the screen. Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 68: Enjoying Through External Equipment

    Enjoying through External Equipment Enjoying through External Equipment Displaying a DVD image About External Equipment To watch a DVD image, press INPUT 1 on the remote control You can connect many types of external equipment to your unit or press INPUT on the Media Receiver to select INPUT1. Plasma Display System, like a DVD player, VCR, personal computer, game console, and camcorder.
  • Page 69: Using Hdmi Input

    Enjoying through External Equipment To activate the HDMI terminal: Using HDMI Input Press HOME MENU. The INPUT 1 and INPUT 3 terminals include HDMI terminals to which digital video and audio signals can be input. To use the Select “Option”. ( / then ENTER) HDMI terminal, activate the terminal and specify the types of Select “HDMI Input”.
  • Page 70: Enjoying A Game Console Or Watching Camcorder Images

    Enjoying through External Equipment Item Description NOTE Automatically identifies input audio signals. Auto • The INPUT 4 terminals are checked whether they are (factory default) connected in the following order; 1) Component Video, 2) S- Video, 3) Video. Accepts digital audio signals. Digital Use the desired connection for viewing.
  • Page 71: Connecting A Recorder

    Enjoying through External Equipment Connecting a recorder Connecting other audio equipment The digital audio output terminal (optical) on this system can Media Receiver (rear view) output Dolby Digital signals. Using an optical digital cable, connect an AV receiver to the digital audio output terminal (optical) on the rear of the Media Receiver.
  • Page 72: Watching A D-Vhs Image

    Enjoying through External Equipment Switching the optical audio signal type When connecting a single D-VHS recorder Set up for the DIGITAL AUDIO output terminal (OPTICAL), depending on your AV receiver. Media Receiver (rear view) Press HOME MENU. Select “Option”. ( / then ENTER) S400 G-LINK...
  • Page 73: Displaying A D-Vhs Image

    Enjoying through External Equipment Precautions about i.LINK connections Displaying a D-VHS image • Use S400 i.LINK cables that have 4-pin plugs and are shorter To watch a D-VHS image, press i.LINK on the remote control than 3.5 m (11.48 feet). unit or press INPUT on the Media Receiver to select i.LINK.
  • Page 74: Setting Up For Controlling A D-Vhs Recorder

    Enjoying through External Equipment Setting up for controlling a D-VHS recorder Editing the i.LINK Setup You can operate the connected D-VHS recorder from the The i.LINK list shows all devices connected through i.LINK Plasma Display that shows the control panel screen. After interfaces.
  • Page 75: Operating The Control Panel Screen

    Enjoying through External Equipment Operating the control panel screen Watching an image from a personal The control panel screen appears when you press i.LINK. It computer disappears when you press i.LINK again. To select a button on the control panel screen, press / , and then press ENTER on the remote control.
  • Page 76: Computer Compatibility Chart

    Enjoying through External Equipment Signal names for 15-pin mini D-sub connector Computer compatibility chart Resolution Frequency Remarks 720 × 400 70 Hz 640 × 480 60 Hz 72 Hz (front view) 75 Hz Pin No. Signal name 800 × 600 56 Hz 60 Hz 72 Hz...
  • Page 77: G-Link™ Connection

    Enjoying through External Equipment NOTE G-LINK™ connection • In order to use your cable box or VCR with the TV Guide On You need to make this connection, so that the TV Guide On Screen™ system, you have to correctly set up for the TV Screen™...
  • Page 78: Connecting Control Cords

    About SR+ The CONTROL OUT terminal on the rear of the Media Receiver 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 79: Enjoying Through Memory Cards (Home Gallery Function)

    Enjoying through External Equipment Inserting a memory card Enjoying through memory cards (Home Open the front door on the Media Receiver. Gallery function) On this system, you can watch JPEG images that have been Hold the memory card with its top side facing upward, and captured and stored in memory cards using a digital still then insert it into the PC CARD slot.
  • Page 80: Starting The Initial Home Gallery Screen

    Enjoying through External Equipment Starting the initial Home Gallery screen Starting a thumbnail screen After inserting a memory card into the PC CARD slot, use the When a folder is selected on the initial Home Gallery screen, Home Menu to start the initial Home Gallery screen. images in the folder are displayed in thumbnail format.
  • Page 81: Starting A Standard Single-Image Screen

    Enjoying through External Equipment Starting a standard single-image screen Starting the Slide Show Setup screen When the thumbnail screen is displayed, press GREEN to start the When the thumbnail screen is displayed, press screen to set up the Slide Show that sequentially changes images. to highlight a desired image, and then press ENTER.
  • Page 82: Useful Remote Control Features

    Learn mode. Using the learning function • The initial mode is “000” (PIONEER). Slide the Mode switch to match the device whose remote control signal you want to be learned.
  • Page 83: Manufacture Codes

  • Page 84: Using The Remote Control Unit To Control Other Devices

    Useful Remote Control Features Receiver control buttons Using the remote control unit to control When a Pioneer receiver is connected to the display, the other devices receiver can be operated using buttons 1 to 3. When a non-Pioneer receiver is connected to the display, the signals for 1 to 3 must first be learned before operating.
  • Page 85: Cable Control Buttons

    Useful Remote Control Features Cable control buttons Mode switch When the Mode switch is set to CBL/SAT, the cable converter connected to the display can be operated using 1 to 5. (with “CBL/SAT” Cable converters made by other manufacturers and not preset selected) can also be operated using the remote control unit if 1 to 5 have learned the functions.
  • Page 86: Sat Control Buttons

    Useful Remote Control Features SAT control buttons When the SAT function has been preset by the learning Mode switch function of the remote control, the remote control unit buttons (with “CBL/SAT” will function as shown below. selected) • When the Mode switch is set to CBL/SAT, satellite broadcast tuners made by other manufacturers and not preset can also be operated with the remote control unit if 1 to 8 have learned the functions.
  • Page 87: Vcr Control Buttons

    Useful Remote Control Features VCR control buttons When the VCR is preset by the learning function of the remote Mode switch control, the remote control unit buttons will function as follows (with “VCR” when the Mode switch of the remote control unit is set to VCR. selected) •...
  • Page 88: Dvd/Dvr Control Buttons

    Press and hold , and then press  to stop recording. the input terminal connected to a DVD player or DVD recorder This operation applies to only Pioneer DVD recorders. is pressed, these players can be operated using 1 to 12.
  • Page 89: Appendix Troubleshooting

    Appendix Appendix Troubleshooting Problem Possible Solution • No power. • Make sure the Plasma Display and the Media Receiver are connected correctly. (See page 19.) • Is the power cord disconnected? (See page 23.) • Has the main power been turned on? (See page 25.) •...
  • Page 90 Appendix This product in part uses “OpenSSL” software. To the extent the OpenSSL software is being used, the following notification applies: Copyright (c) 1998-2004 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1.
  • Page 91 Linux Source Notice The Pioneer Plasma Television integrated with the Media Receiver in part is powered by utilizes the Linux operation system. The machine readable copy of the corresponding source code is available for the cost of distribution. To obtain a copy, please visit for more information.
  • Page 92 Appendix (Exception: if the Program itself is interactive but does not normally print such an announcement, your work based on the Program is not required to print an announcement.) These requirements apply to the modified work as a whole. If identifiable sections of that work are not derived from the Program, and can be reasonably considered independent and separate works in themselves, then this License, and its terms, do not apply to those sections when you distribute them as separate works.
  • Page 93 Appendix 9. The Free Software Foundation may publish revised and/or new versions of the General Public License from time to time. Such new versions will be similar in spirit to the present version, but may differ in detail to address new problems or concerns. Each version is given a distinguishing version number.
  • Page 94 Appendix GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1, February 1999 Copyright (C) 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed. [This is the first released version of the Lesser GPL.
  • Page 95 Appendix GNU Lesser General Public License TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION 0. This License Agreement applies to any software library or other program which contains a notice placed by the copyright holder or other authorized party saying it may be distributed under the terms of this Lesser General Public License (also called “this License”).
  • Page 96 Appendix When a “work that uses the Library” uses material from a header file that is part of the Library, the object code for the work may be a derivative work of the Library even though the source code is not. Whether this is true is especially significant if the work can be linked without the Library, or if the work is itself a library.
  • Page 97 Appendix If any portion of this section is held invalid or unenforceable under any particular circumstance, the balance of the section is intended to apply, and the section as a whole is intended to apply in other circumstances. It is not the purpose of this section to induce you to infringe any patents or other property right claims or to contest validity of any such claims;...
  • Page 98: Specifications

    Appendix Specifications Item 50"Plasma Display, Model: PRO-506PU 43" Plasma Display, Model: PRO-436PU Number of Pixels 1280 × 768 pixels 1024 × 768 pixels 13 W + 13 W (1 kHz, 10 %, 8 Ω ) 13 W + 13 W (1 kHz, 10 %, 8 Ω ) Audio Amplifier Surround System SRS/FOCUS/TruBass...
  • Page 99 Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited consumer uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. Published by Pioneer Corporation. Copyright © 2005 Pioneer Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • Page 100 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936 TEL: 65-6472-7555 PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 178-184 Boundary Road, Braeside, Victoria 3195, Australia, TEL: (03) 9586-6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO S.A. DE C.V. Blvd.Manuel Avila Camacho 138 10 piso Col.Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico,D.F. 11000 TEL: 55-9178-4270 Printed in Malaysia <ARB1567-A>...