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PLASMA DISPLAY SYSTEM
SYSTEME D'ÉCRAN PLASMA
SISTEMA DE PANTALLA DE PLASMA
PDP-5040HD
PDP-4340HD
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www.pioneerelectronics.com
Operating Instructions
Mode d'emploi
Manual de instrucciones
PDP5040HD-Eng (Cover)
1
7/24/03, 1:56 PM

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  • Page 1 PLASMA DISPLAY SYSTEM SYSTEME D’ÉCRAN PLASMA SISTEMA DE PANTALLA DE PLASMA PDP-5040HD PDP-4340HD Register Your Product on www.pioneerelectronics.com Operating Instructions Mode d’emploi Manual de instrucciones PDP5040HD-Eng (Cover) 7/24/03, 1:56 PM...
  • 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 Do not use this apparatus near water. the apparatus.
  • Page 3 If this equipment does cause harm- ripherals ful interference to radio or television reception, which Responsible Party Name: PIONEER ELECTRONICS can be determined by turning the equipment off and (USA), INC., Customer Support Div. on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the inter- Address: P .O.
  • Page 4: Table Of 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 11 Enjoying through External Equipment Closed caption for digital TV channels ......87 Activating the closed caption ........87 Watching a DVD image ............65 Selecting the type of conventional closed captions Connecting a DVD player ..........65 (for digital TV channels) ..........87 Displaying a DVD image ..........
  • Page 6: Important User Guidance Information

    Important User Guidance Information In order to obtain maximum enjoyment from this Pioneer Installation guidelines PureVision PDP-5040HD/PDP-4340HD Plasma Display The Pioneer PureVision PDP-5040HD/PDP-4340HD System, please first read this information carefully. Plasma Display System incorporates a very thin design. To ensure safety, please take the proper measures to...
  • Page 7 • The Energy save function can be set to help prevent damage from screen burning (see page 54). About operations through i.LINK PIONEER shall not always assure normal video/audio recording or playback when a D-VHS is operated through i.LINK. DO NOT PLACE THIS PRODUCT ON AN UNSTABLE CART, STAND, TRIPOD, BRACKET, OR TABLE.
  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Electricity is used to perform many useful functions, but 10. Ventilation—The vents and other openings in the cabi- it can also cause personal injuries and property damage net are designed for ventilation. Do not cover or block if improperly handled. This product has been engineered these vents and openings since insufficient ventila- and manufactured with the highest priority on safety.
  • Page 9 Safety Precautions 18. Replacement parts—In case the product needs re- placement parts, make sure that the service person uses replacement parts specified by the manufacturer, or those with the same characteristics and perfor- mance as the original parts. Use of unauthorized parts can result in fire, electric shock and/or other danger.
  • Page 10: Operational Precautions

    Condensation • Condensation may take place on the surface or inside PIONEER bears no responsibility for any damages aris- of the product when the product is rapidly moved from ing from incorrect use of the product by you or other...
  • Page 11: Features

    • EPG for DTV programs • New WIDE XGA Plasma Panel PDP-5040HD: 1280 x 768 (H x V) pixels PDP-4340HD: 1024 x 768 (H x V) pixels • PureCinema • TruBass, FOCUS, and SRS sound systems • Dual TV Tuner •...
  • Page 12: Supplied Accessories

    Supplied Accessories Plasma Display Power cord (2 m/6.6 feet) Cleaning cloth Speed clamp x 3 Bead band x 3 Warranty card Speaker cushion x 3 (Use when installing the optional speakers at the bottom of the Plasma Display.) Media Receiver Remote control unit Power cord (2 m/6.6 feet) System cable (3 m/9.8 feet)
  • Page 13: Part Names

    Part Names Plasma Display Front view (right view) 1 POWER button 5 STANDBY/ON button 2 STANDBY indicator 6 INPUT button 3 POWER ON indicator 7 VOLUME +/– buttons 4 Remote control sensor 8 CHANNEL +/– buttons Rear view The terminals have faced downward. 9 SYSTEM CABLE terminal (BLACK) - SPEAKER (right/left) terminals 0 SYSTEM CABLE terminal (WHITE)
  • Page 14: Media Receiver

    Part Names Media Receiver Front view Pull this section to open the door. 1 POWER button 2 POWER ON indicator 3 STANDBY indicator 4 REC TIMER indicator 5 INPUT 4 COMPONENT VIDEO terminals (Y, C 6 INPUT 4 terminal (S-VIDEO) 7 INPUT 4 terminal (VIDEO) 8 INPUT 4 terminals (AUDIO) 9 PC INPUT terminal (AUDIO)
  • Page 15 Part Names Rear view 4 5 6 DIGITAL OUT (TS) DTV-ANTENNA OPTICAL S400 SERVICE ONLY CONTROL CONTROL AC INLET INPUT 2 INPUT 1 COMPONENT VIDEO S-VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO R-AUDIO-L R-AUDIO-L BLACK A ANTENNA/CABLE B WHITE SYSTEM CABLE MONITOR OUT VIDEO R-AUDIO-L R-AUDIO-L INPUT 3...
  • Page 16: Remote Control Unit

    Part Names 6 CH +/– Remote control unit : Selects the channel. 7 RETURN: Returns to the previous menu Mode switch (with screen. “TV” selected) / / / : Selects a desired item on the menu screen. 9 DTV INFO: Shows more information on DTV programs.
  • Page 17: Preparation

    Replace the batteries with new Using the optional PIONEER stand ones early enough. • For details on installation, refer to the instruction • The Plasma Display emits very weak infrared rays manual provided with the stand.
  • Page 18: Installing The Media Receiver

    Preparation Installing the Media receiver Plasma Display Media Receiver (vertical installation) (horizontal installation) System cable (approx. 3 meters/9.8 feet) Over 5 cm • Do not place a VCR or any other device on top of (2 inches) the Media Receiver. •...
  • Page 19: Installing The Media Receiver Vertically

    Preparation Installing the Media Receiver vertically You can remove the shock absorbing pads. You can use the accompanying stand to install the Media Receiver vertically. Installing the Media Receiver vertically Shock absorbing pad Insert the vertical installation stand into the side of the Media Receiver.
  • Page 20: Setting The System

    Preparation Setting the system Connecting the system cable to the Plasma Display Plasma Display (rear view) For details on optional PIONEER (WHITE) (BLACK) speaker installation, refer to the speaker instruction manual provided. System cable Connecting the system cable to the Media Receiver...
  • Page 21: Routing Cables

    Preparation Routing cables Speed clamps and bead bands are included with this system for bunching cables. Once properly bunched, follow the steps below to route the cables. (rear view) When the speakers are installed on the sides Speaker cable Cable binders (supplied Speed clamps Speaker cable with the stand)*...
  • Page 22: Using The Remote Control Unit

    Preparation Using the remote control unit Inserting batteries If the remote control unit fails to operate Plasma Use the remote control unit by pointing it towards the Display System functions, replace the batteries in the remote sensor window. Objects between the remote remote control unit.
  • Page 23: Cautions Regarding Batteries

    Preparation Cautions regarding batteries Improper use of batteries can result in chemical leakage or explosion. Be sure to follow the instructions below. • Do not use manganese batteries. When you replace the batteries, use alkaline ones. • Place the batteries with their terminals correspond- ing to the (+) and (–) indicators.
  • Page 24: Cable Connections For Watching Conventional Tv Channels

    Preparation Cable connections for watching conventional TV channels In order to watch conventional TV channels, connect coaxial cables as shown below. To enjoy a clearer picture, use an outdoor antenna. If your outdoor antenna uses a 75-ohm coaxial cable with an F-type connector, plug it into the antenna terminal at the rear of the Media Receiver.
  • Page 25: Connecting A Vhf/Uhf Antenna And Cable Converter

    Preparation Connecting a VHF/UHF antenna and Cable Converter Media Receiver (rear) VHF antenna UHF antenna U/V mixer A ANTENNA/CABLE B Cable TV Cable Converter When making the above connections, first remove the coaxial cable attached before shipment. • Be sure to connect the antenna or the Cable Converter as shown above.
  • Page 26: Cable Connections For Watching Digital Tv Channels

    Preparation Cable connections for watching digital TV channels In order to watch digital TV channels, connect coaxial cables as shown below. To enjoy a clearer picture, use an outdoor antenna. If your outdoor uses a 75-ohm coaxial cable with an F-type connector, plug it into the antenna terminal at the rear of the Media Receiver.
  • Page 27: Connecting The Power Cord

    Preparation Connecting the power cord Connect the power cord after all component connections have been completed. Plasma Display (rear view) Power cord Noise filter Partially eliminates noise caused by the power source. Media Receiver (rear view) DIGITAL OUT (TS) DTV-ANTENNA OPTICAL S400 SERVICE ONLY...
  • Page 28: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Plasma Display Turning on the power Press POWER on the Plasma Display. • The STANDBY indicator on the Plasma Display flashes red. Press POWER on the Media Receiver. • The system is turned on or placed into the standby mode.
  • Page 29: Turning Off The Power

    Basic Operations Turning off the power Press POWER on the Media Receiver. • The STANDBY indicator on the Media Receiver Press TV a on the remote control unit or turns off and the one on the Plasma Display STANDBY/ON on the Plasma Display. flashes red.
  • Page 30: Watching Conventional Tv Channels

    Basic Operations Plasma Display Watching conventional TV channels (right view) Unless you set up conventional TV channels that you can watch under the current conditions, you cannot tune in those channels. For the procedure, see “Setting up conventional TV channels” on page 41. CHANNEL +/–...
  • Page 31: Changing The Volume And Sound

    Basic Operations Plasma Display Changing the volume and sound (right view) Using VOL +/– on the remote control unit • To increase the volume, press VOL +. VOLUME +/– • To decrease the volume, press VOL –. • VOLUME +/– on the Plasma Display operates the same as VOL +/–.
  • Page 32: Setting Mts/Sap Mode

    Basic Operations Setting MTS/SAP mode The Plasma Display System has a feature that allows • Once the MONO mode is selected, the Plasma reception of sound other than the main audio for the Display System sound remains mono even if the program.
  • Page 33 Basic Operations When receiving STEREO sound signals When receiving STEREO + SAP sound signals A 125 A 125 In STEREO mode STEREO In STEREO mode STEREO (SAP) A 125 In SAP mode A 125 STEREO In SAP mode SAP (STEREO) A 125 In MONO mode A 125...
  • Page 34: Watching Digital Tv Channels

    Basic Operations Plasma Display Watching digital TV channels (right view) Unless you set up digital TV channels that you can watch under the current conditions, you cannot tune in those channels. For the procedure, see “Setting up digital TV channels” on page 44. CHANNEL +/–...
  • Page 35: Changing The Volume And Sound

    Basic Operations Plasma Display Changing the volume and sound (right view) Using VOL +/– on the remote control unit • To increase the volume, press VOL +. VOLUME +/– • To decrease the volume, press VOL –. • VOLUME +/– on the Plasma Display operates the same as VOL +/–.
  • Page 36: Viewing Dtv Banners

    Basic Operations Viewing DTV banners Using the multiscreen functions While watching a digital TV program, pressing DTV Splitting the screen INFO causes the following banner to appear. Use the following procedure to select the 2-screen or picture-in-picture mode. 2-screen Picture-in-picture 1 Station name 2 Channel number 3 Program title...
  • Page 37: Freezing Images

    Basic Operations Freezing images Press SPLIT to select the display mode. • Each time you press SPLIT, the display mode is Use the following procedure to capture and freeze one switched among 2-screen, picture-in-picture, frame from a moving image that you are watching. and single-screen.
  • Page 38: Basic Adjustment Settings

    Basic Adjustment Settings Using the menu AV mode menus Home Menu Item Description Page Picture AV Selection Select from the five display mode options; Standard, Dynamic, Movie, Game, and User. Contrast Adjusts the picture between light and shade. Brightness Adjusts picture brightness. Color Adjusts color intensity.
  • Page 39: Pc Mode Menus

    Basic Adjustment Settings PC mode menus Home Menu Item Description Page Picture AV Selection Select from the two display mode options; Standard and User. Contrast Adjusts the picture between light and shade. Brightness Adjusts picture brightness. Adjusts red color intensity. Green Adjusts green color intensity.
  • Page 40: Menu Operation Keys

    Basic Adjustment Settings Menu operation keys Use the following keys on the remote control to operate the menu. For detailed menu operations, see appropri- ate pages that describe individual functions. HOME MENU: Press to open or close the Home menu. Press to select a menu item.
  • Page 41: Setting Up Conventional Tv Channels

    Basic Adjustment Settings Setting up conventional TV channels Press to select “Preset:Start”, and then press ENTER. This section describes how to search and set up conventional TV channels that you can watch under the current conditions. Unless you set up conventional TV channels using Auto channel Preset, you may not be able to tune in those channels.
  • Page 42: Setting For Skipping Unwanted Channels

    Basic Adjustment Settings Setting for skipping unwanted channels Press to select “Add/Delete”, and then press to select “Delete”. From among conventional TV channels searched and set up using Auto Channel Preset, you can select channels to be skipped when CH +/– are operated. Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 43: Setting Your Favorite Channels

    Basic Adjustment Settings Setting your favorite channels Press ENTER to execute the registration. • Before pressing ENTER, you can also change a Set up to four TV channels to each of the four color buttons on the remote control unit (16 channels in TV channel to be registered.
  • Page 44: Setting Up Digital Tv Channels

    Basic Adjustment Settings Setting up digital TV channels Press to select “Start”, and then press ENTER. This section describes how to search and set up digital TV channels that you can watch under the current conditions. Unless you set up digital TV channels using Auto Channel Preset, you cannot tune in those channels.
  • Page 45: Setting For Skipping Unwanted Channels

    Basic Adjustment Settings Setting for skipping unwanted channels Checking signal strength From among digital TV channels searched and set up When watching a digital TV program, you can check its using Auto Channel Preset, you can select channels to current signal strength. be skipped when CH +/–...
  • Page 46: Language Setting

    Basic Adjustment Settings Language setting Clock setting You can select a language to be used for on-screen Use the following procedure to set the time correctly. display such as menus from among four languages; If you disconnect the power cord from the power English, French, Spanish, and Korean.
  • Page 47: Av Selection

    Basic Adjustment Settings AV Selection Press to select “Time & Date”, and then press ENTER. AV Selection gives you five viewing options to choose • The date & time entry screen appears. Enter the from to best match the Plasma Display System environ- current date and time using / and / , and ment, which can vary due to factors like room bright-...
  • Page 48: Picture Adjustments

    Basic Adjustment Settings You can also use the menu to change the options. Picture adjustments Adjust the picture to your preference for the chosen Press HOME MENU. AV Selection option (except DYNAMIC). Press to select “Picture”, and then press Press HOME MENU. ENTER.
  • Page 49: Purecinema

    Basic Adjustment Settings For AV source PureCinema Automatically detects a film-based source (originally Item button button encoded at 24 frames/second), analyzes it, then recre- Contrast For less contrast For more contrast ates each still film frame for high-definition picture Brightness For less brightness For more brightness quality.
  • Page 50: Color Temperature

    Basic Adjustment Settings Color temperature MPEG NR Adjust the color temperature to give a better white This eliminates mosquito noise from video images balance. when a DTV channel is watched or a DVD is played, resulting in noise-free images. Press HOME MENU. Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 51: Dnr

    Basic Adjustment Settings Select the DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) level to Use the CTI (Color Transient Improvement) to make eliminate video noise for a clean crisp image. images have clearer color contours. Press HOME MENU. Press HOME MENU. Press to select “Picture”, and then press Press to select “Picture”, and then press ENTER.
  • Page 52: Dre

    Basic Adjustment Settings Sound adjustments Use the DRE (Dynamic Range Expander) to adjust dark Adjust the sound to your preference for the chosen and bright portions on images so that the contrast AV Selection option. See page 47. between brightness and darkness becomes clearer. Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 53: Focus

    Basic Adjustment Settings FOCUS Front Surround This shifts the sound coming direction (sound images) This provides three-dimensional sound effects and/or upward and produces clear sound contours. deep, rich bass. Press HOME MENU. Press HOME MENU. Press to select “Sound”, and then press Press to select “Sound”, and then press ENTER.
  • Page 54: Power Control

    Basic Adjustment Settings Power Control No Signal off The system will be automatically placed into the Power Control provides convenient functions for power standby mode if no signal is received for 15 minutes. saving. Press HOME MENU. Power Control for AV source Press to select “Power Control”, and then Energy Save...
  • Page 55: Power Control For Pc Source

    Basic Adjustment Settings No Operation off Power Control for PC source The system will be automatically placed into the Power Management standby mode when no operation is performed for The system will be automatically placed into the three hours. standby mode when no signal is received from the Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 56: Electronic Program Guide (Epg) (For Dtv Only)

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) EPG display format Schedule window The Electronic Program Guide (EPG) shows the table of scheduled digital TV programs and detailed information about individual programs. It also allows you to easily select and tune to a desired program. OCT.
  • Page 57 Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) Information window WWWWWWW 311.111 8:00pm–9:00pm STEREO TV-PG NC-17 More Information DTV INFO 1 Station name 2 Channel number 3 Program time schedule 4 Program title 5 A blue icon appears when the program has been preset for auto channel select;...
  • Page 58: Using The Epg

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) Using the EPG To view more information (not current displayed) about the selected program, press DTV INFO. Use the following procedure to check the schedule of • Detailed information appears on the schedule digital TV programs, view information about desired programs, and/or select programs to watch.
  • Page 59: Presetting Tv Programs Using The Epg

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) Presetting TV programs using the EPG Press / to select “OK”, and then press ENTER. • The program is preset and the schedule table is Using the EPG, you can easily preset digital TV pro- restored.
  • Page 60: Recording Tv Programs Using A D-Vhs Recorder

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) Recording TV programs using a D-VHS Press to select “i.LINK”, and then press ENTER. recorder • A dialog box for model selection appears. Use the following procedure to preset TV programs for recording with a connected D-VHS recorder. Press DTV GUIDE.
  • Page 61: Recording Tv Programs Via A Vcr Controller

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) Recording TV programs via a VCR Press to select “ANALOG”, and then press ENTER. controller • A dialog box for confirmation appears. If you connect an appropriate VCR controller to the Media Receiver, you can preset digital TV programs for recording with a connected VCR.
  • Page 62: Setting The Timer Manually

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) Setting the timer manually Press to select “VIEW”, “ANALOG” or a D- VHS recorder, and then press ENTER. Using the menu, you can also preset digital TV pro- • Select “VIEW” when presetting the program for grams by specifying their scheduled date and time.
  • Page 63: Priority Rules For Overlapped Presettings

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) Priority rules for overlapped presettings When preset TV programs are overlapped, the following three rules are used to determine a higher priority. If more than one of the three rules are met, the rules are applied in the order;...
  • Page 64: Changing/ Canceling Tv Program Presettings

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) (for DTV Only) Changing/ canceling TV program Using the menu presettings Use the following procedure to change or cancel program presetings using the menu. Using the EPG Press HOME MENU. Use the following procedure to change or cancel Press to select “Rec/View Timer”, and then program presettings using the EPG.
  • Page 65: Enjoying Through External Equipment

    Enjoying through External Equipment You can connect many types of external equipment to your Plasma Display System, like a DVD player, VCR, • To protect all equipment, always turn off the system personal computer, game console, and camcorder. before connecting to a DVD player, VCR, personal To view images coming from external equipment, select computer, game console, camcorder, or other exter- the input source using the INPUT buttons on the...
  • Page 66: Watching A Vcr Image

    Enjoying through External Equipment Watching a VCR image Connecting a VCR Use the INPUT 2 terminals when connecting a VCR and other audiovisual equipment. Media Receiver (rear view) DIGITAL OUT (TS) DTV-ANTENNA OPTICAL S400 SERVICE ONLY CONTROL CONTROL AC INLET INPUT 2 INPUT 1 COMPONENT VIDEO...
  • Page 67: Enjoying A Game Console Or Watching Camcorder Images

    Enjoying through External Equipment Enjoying a game console or watching camcorder images Connecting a game console or camcorder Use the INPUT 4 terminals to connect a game console, camcorder and other audiovisual equipment. Media Receiver (front view) AV cable (commercially available) S-Video cable (commercially available) Component Video cable...
  • Page 68: Recording Digital Tv Programs Using A Vcr Or Dvd Recorder

    Enjoying through External Equipment Recording digital TV programs using a VCR or DVD recorder If you connect recording equipment such as a VCR or DVD recorder to the MONITOR OUT terminals on the rear of the Media Receiver, you can record, for example, digital TV programs using the recording equipment.
  • Page 69: Connecting Other Audio Equipment

    Enjoying through External Equipment If your AV receiver does not have a digital audio input Connecting other audio equipment terminal (optical), connect the MONITOR OUT termi- The digital audio output terminal (optical) on this nals (AUDIO) on the rear of the Media Receiver to the system can output Dolby Digital signals.
  • Page 70: Watching A D-Vhs Image

    Enjoying through External Equipment Watching a D-VHS image What can be recorded through i.LINK? With D-VHS recorders connected to this system What is i.LINK? through i.LINK, you can record only digital TV pro- i.LINK is a digital serial interface for handling digital grams.
  • Page 71 Enjoying through External Equipment When connecting two D-VHS recorders You can connect two D-VHS recorders directly to the i.LINK terminals on the rear of the Media Receiver. i.LINK cables Media Receiver D-VHS recorder D-VHS recorder Using i.LINK cables you can also connect up to two D-VHS recorders in a daisy chain.
  • Page 72: Displaying A D-Vhs Image

    Enjoying through External Equipment Displaying a D-VHS image To watch a D-VHS image, press i.LINK on the remote control unit or press INPUT on the Plasma Display to select i.LINK. Useful and important notification Useful information • D-VHS recorders connected through i.LINK can play back digital TV programs recorded using this system.
  • Page 73: Setting Up For Controlling A D-Vhs Recorder

    Enjoying through External Equipment Setting up for controlling a D-VHS recorder Press to select the D-VHS recorder model to be operated, and then press ENTER. You can operate the connected D-VHS recorder from the Plasma Display that shows the control panel screen.
  • Page 74: Operating The Control Panel Screen

    Enjoying through External Equipment Operating the control panel screen Editing the i.LINK list The control panel screen appears when you press The i.LINK list shows all devices connected through i.LINK. It disappears when you press i.LINK again. To i.LINK interfaces. In this list, you can change the name select a button on the control panel screen, press / or order of devices or delete device information.
  • Page 75 Enjoying through External Equipment To change the order of devices: To delete information about a single device: Press to select the desired device from the Press to select the desired device from the list, and then press ENTER. list, and then press ENTER. Press to select “Replace”, and then press Press...
  • Page 76: Setting Up For I.link Standby

    Enjoying through External Equipment To delete information about all devices: Setting up for i.LINK standby Use the following procedure to enable data transfer Press to select “Delete All”, and then press between multiple i.LINK devices even when the system ENTER. is in the standby mode.
  • Page 77: Watching An Image From A Personal Computer

    Enjoying through External Equipment Watching an image from a personal computer • The PC input terminals are DDC1/2B-compatible. • Refer to page 107 for a list of personal computer Connecting a personal computer signals compatible with the Plasma Display System. Use the PC terminals to connect a personal computer.
  • Page 78: Connecting A Vcr Controller

    • The recording test takes approximately 10 seconds. • The screen for recording test appears. • The PIONEER 1 (DVD recorder) has been set as the factory default. PDP5040HD-Eng (65-80) 7/24/03, 2:00 PM...
  • Page 79: The Lists Of Controllable Recording Equipment Manufactures

    Enjoying through External Equipment The lists of controllable recording equipment manufactures Manufacture Remote control type PIONEER 1–5 PANASONIC 1–7 PHILIPS 1–6 SHARP 1–5 TOSHIBA 1–4 SAMSUNG 1–6 FISHER 1–3 GOLDSTAR HITACHI 1, 2 MAGNAVOX MITSUBISHI 1–7 1–6 SANYO 1–3 SONY 1–3...
  • Page 80: Connecting Control Cords

    The CONTROL OUT terminal on the rear of the Media Connect control codes between the Media Receiver and other PIONEER equipment having the t logo. You Receiver supports SR+ that allows linked operations with a PIONEER AV receiver. SR+ presents functions...
  • Page 81: Useful Adjustment Settings

    Useful Adjustment Settings Adjusting image positions Adjusting image positions and clock (AV mode only) automatically (PC mode only) Adjust the horizontal and vertical positions of images Use Auto Setup to automatically adjust positions and on the Plasma Display. clock of images coming from a personal computer. Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 82: Adjusting Image Positions And Clock Manually (Pc Mode Only)

    Useful Adjustment Settings Adjusting image positions and clock manually (PC mode only) Usually you can easily adjust the positions and clock of images using Auto Setup. Use Manual Setup to opti- mize the positions and clock of images when neces- sary.
  • Page 83: Selecting A Screen Size

    For wide signal display Use when displaying 1280 × 768 signal resolution. • The PC mode above is for the PDP-5040HD. For the PDP-4340HD the number of panel pixels is different, so signal processing and actual viewing conditions will vary slightly.
  • Page 84: Changing The Brightness At Both Sides Of The Screen (Side Mask)

    Useful Adjustment 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 85: Sleep Timer

    Useful Adjustment Settings You can also use the menu to set the Sleep Timer. Sleep Timer When the selected time elapses, the Sleep Timer Press HOME MENU. automatically places the system into the standby mode. Press to select “Sleep Timer”, and then press Press SLEEP to select the desired time.
  • Page 86: Closed Caption For Conventional Tv Channels

    Useful Adjustment Settings Closed caption for conventional Selecting the type of closed captions • “CC1” or “CC2” displays subtitles of TV dramas and TV channels news programs while allowing a full view of the Your Plasma Display System is equipped with an picture.
  • Page 87: Closed Caption For Digital Tv Channels

    Useful Adjustment Settings Closed caption for digital TV channels Selecting the type of conventional closed Your Plasma Display System is equipped with an captions (for digital TV channels) internal closed caption decoder also for digital TV Use the following procedure to select the type of channels.
  • Page 88: Selecting Digital Closed Captions

    Useful Adjustment Settings Selecting digital closed captions Selecting digital closed caption param- Use the following procedure to select digital closed eters captions. Use the following procedure to change such param- eters of digital closed captions as font size, font type, Press HOME MENU.
  • Page 89 Useful Adjustment Settings The following table shows the parameters selectable for each item. Item Selection Font Size Auto/ Small/ Standard/ Large Font Style Auto/ Font 1/ Font 2/ Font 3/ Font 4/ Font 5/ Font 6/ Font 7/ Font 8 Foreground Color Auto/ Black/ White/ Red/ Green/ Blue/ Yellow/ Magenta/ Cyan...
  • Page 90: Parental Control (Setting The V-Chip Level)

    Useful Adjustment Settings Parental Control (setting the V-CHIP level) • The voluntary movie rating system only uses an age- The V-CHIP is an electronic filtering device built into based rating. your system. This tool gives parents a great degree of TV Parental Guidelines control over broadcasts accessed by their children.
  • Page 91: Setting The Voluntary Moving Rating System (Mpaa)

    Useful Adjustment Settings Setting the voluntary moving rating sys- Blocking Not Rated (NR) TV programs Use the following procedure to block movies not rated tem (MPAA) by the MPAA. Press HOME MENU. Press HOME MENU. Press to select “Setup”, and then press Press to select “Setup”, and then press ENTER.
  • Page 92: Setting The Tv Parental Guidelines (Tv Guidelines)

    Useful Adjustment Settings Setting the TV Parental Guidelines (TV Canadian rating systems • The TV rating systems in Canada are based on the Guidelines) Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Press HOME MENU. Commission (CRTC) policy on violence in television programming. Press to select “Setup”, and then press ENTER.
  • Page 93: Setting Canadian English Ratings

    Useful Adjustment Settings Canadian French ratings Setting Canadian French ratings Rating Description Press HOME MENU. Exempt programming. Press to select “Setup”, and then press General: All ages and children, contains ENTER. minimal direct violence, but may be Press to select “Parental Control”, and then integrated into the plot in a humorous or unrealistic manner.
  • Page 94: Temporarily Deactivating The V-Chip Block

    Useful Adjustment Settings Temporarily deactivating the V-CHIP Block Reactivating the V-CHIP Block You can temporarily deactivate the V-CHIP Block. When Executing one of the following procedures reactivates the V-CHIP Block is working and censors TV programs the V-CHIP Block. or VCR or DVD contents to be blocked, a password Method 1: entry screen appears.
  • Page 95: Programming A Password (Av Mode Only)

    Useful Adjustment Settings Programming a password Enter the same password that you have entered in step 4, using buttons 0 – 9. (AV mode only) You can program a password to prevent other persons from changing especially Parental Control settings. Setting and changing the password Use the following procedure to newly set or change the password:...
  • Page 96: Resetting The Password

    Cut along the dotted line and file after reading and filling out. We suggested you write down your password so you don’t forget it. If you forget the password PDP-5040HD/PDP-4340HD When the message “Please Input Your Password” is displayed in step 3 above, press the ENTER button on the Your password No.:...
  • Page 97: Useful Features

    • If the table on page 99 does not include your desired manufacturer or the remote control does not work, you can make the memory learn its signal by the Learn mode. • The initial mode is “000” (PIONEER). Remote control Remote control of (Supplied accessory)
  • Page 98: Using The Learning Function

    Useful Features Using the learning function Slide the Mode switch to match the device whose remote control signal you want to be learned. Press EDIT/LEARN and 2 at the same time. •The LED flashes. Press a button to be learned. •...
  • Page 99: Manufacture Codes

    Useful Features Manufacture codes CABLE/SAT DVD/DVR CABLE/SAT DVD/DVR Grundig1 PIONEER1(CABLE) PIONEER PIONEER(DVD) Grundig2 PIONEER2(CABLE) FISHER PANASONIC(DVD) Grundig3 JERROLD1(CABLE) FISHER2 SAMSUNG(DVD) SONY2 JERROLD2(CABLE) FISHER3 SONY(DVD) SONY3 JERROLD3(CABLE) GOLDSTAR TOSHIBA(DVD) SONY4 JERROLD4(CABLE) HITACHI JVC(DVD) RCA4 JERROLD5(CABLE) HITACHI2 PIONEER(DVD-RECORDER) PHILIPS JERROLD6(CABLE) HITACHI3 PIONEER2(DVD-RECORDER)
  • Page 100: Using The Remote Control Unit To Control Other Devices

    Useful Features Using the remote control unit to Receiver control buttons When a Pioneer receiver is connected to the display, control other devices the 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 101: Cable Control Buttons

    Useful Features Cable control buttons When the Mode switch is set to CBL/SAT the cable converter connected to the display can be operated Mode switch using 1 to 5. (with “CBL/SAT” Cable converters made by other manufacturers and not selected) preset can also be operated using the remote control unit if 1 to 5 have learned the functions.
  • Page 102: Sat Control Buttons

    Useful Features SAT control buttons When the SAT is preset by the learning function of the remote control, the remote control unit buttons will Mode switch function as shown below. (with “CBL/SAT” • When the Mode switch is set to CBL/SAT, satellite selected) broadcast tuners made by other manufacturers and not preset can also be operated with the remote...
  • Page 103: Vcr Control Buttons

    Useful Features VCR control buttons When the VCR is preset by the learning function of the remote control, the remote control unit buttons will Mode switch function as follows when the Mode switch of the remote control unit is set to VCR. (with “VCR”...
  • Page 104: Dvd/Dvr Control Buttons

    Useful Features DVD/DVR control buttons When the DVD/DVR is preset by the learning function of the remote control, the remote control unit buttons Mode switch will function as follows when the Mode switch of the remote control unit is set to DVD/DVR. (with “DVD/DVR”...
  • Page 105 Press and hold , and then press this button to stop recording. This operation is true of only Pioneer DVD recorders. • The DVD player or DVD recorder cannot be selected at the same time. • The color-highlighted buttons on the remote control can learn the control signal from another device’s...
  • Page 106: Appendix

    Appendix Troubleshooting Problem Possible Solution • No power. • Make sure the Plasma Display and the Media Receiver are connected correctly. (See page 20.) • Is the power cord disconnected? (See page 27 .) • Has the main power been turned on? (See page 28.) •...
  • Page 107: Computer Compatibility Chart

    Appendix Computer compatibility chart Resolution Frequency Remarks 720 × 400 70 Hz 640 × 480 60 Hz 65 Hz Macintosh 13" (67 Hz) 72 Hz 75 Hz 800 × 600 56 Hz 60 Hz 72 Hz 75 Hz 832 × 624 74.5 Hz Macintosh 16"...
  • Page 108: Specifications

    Appendix Specifications Item 50"Plasma Display, Model: PDP-504PU 43" Plasma Display, Model: PDP-434PU 1280 × 768 pixels 1024 × 768 pixels Number of Pixels Audio Amplifier 13W + 13W (1kHz, 10%, 8Ω) 13W + 13W (1kHz, 10%, 8Ω) Surround System SRS/FOCUS/TruBass SRS/FOCUS/TruBass Power Requirement 1 10–240V AC, 50/60 Hz, 363 W (0.3 W Standby,...
  • Page 109 Appendix Trademarks • SRS and the R symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. SRS technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc. • FOCUS and the R symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. FOCUS technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc. •...
  • Page 110 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: 52-55-9178-4270 FAX: 52-55-5202-3714 <XXXXX/XXX00000>...
  • Page 111 About HDMI Quelques mots sur HDMI Acerca de HDMI PDP5040HD-UC (HDMI) 8/22/03, 10:48...
  • Page 112: Operation Manual

    For the handling procedures and the other functions, refer to the dedicated operation manual. Using HDMI Input Input signal correlation table ∗ The INPUT 1 and INPUT 3 terminals include HDMI 1920 1080i@59.94/60Hz terminals to which digital video and audio signals can ∗...
  • Page 113 To specify the type of digital video signals: To specify the type of audio signals: Press HOME MENU. Press HOME MENU. Press to select “Option”, and then press Press to select “Option”, and then press ENTER. ENTER. Press to select “HDMI Input”, and then press Press to select “HDMI Input”, and then press ENTER.
  • Page 114 Pour tout ce qui concerne le mode opératoire et les autres fonctions, reportez- vous au mode d’emploi spécifique. Utilisation de l’entrée HDMI Tableau de corrélation des signaux d’entrée ∗ Les prises INPUT 1 et INPUT 3 assurent les liaisons 1920 1080i@59,94/60Hz HDMI et peuvent recevoir des signaux d’entrée audio et ∗...
  • Page 115 Pour préciser le type des signaux vidéo Pour préciser le type des signaux numériques: audionumériques: Appuyez sur HOME MENU. Appuyez sur HOME MENU. Utilisez pour sélectionner “Options” puis Utilisez pour sélectionner “Options” puis appuyez sur ENTER. appuyez sur ENTER. Utilisez pour sélectionner “Entrée HDMI”...
  • Page 116 Para los procedimientos de manoseo y otras funciones, consulte el manual de instrucciones dedicado. Utilización de la entrada HDMI Tabla de correlación de las señales de entrada ∗ Los terminales INPUT 1 e INPUT 3 incluyen terminales 1920 1080i@59,94/60Hz HDMI a los cuales pueden introducirse señales ∗...
  • Page 117 Para especificar el tipo de señales de vídeo Para especificar el tipo de señales de audio: digitales: Pulse HOME MENU. Pulse HOME MENU. Pulse / para seleccionar “Opción” y, a continuación, pulse ENTER. Pulse / para seleccionar “Opción” y, a continuación, pulse ENTER.
  • Page 118 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: 52-55-9178-4270 FAX: 52-55-5202-3714 <03H00001>...

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