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    VIDEO CARD CARTE VIDEO VIDEOKARTE PDA-5002 Operating Instructions Mode d’emploi Bedienungsanleitung...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    This manual has been written to allow easy understanding Checking Supplied Accessories ........3 of setup and operating procedures when the video card PDA-5002 is installed in the plasma display. Part Names and Functions ....4 Remove the video card from its packaging and confirm Connection Panel ............

  • Page 3: Checking Supplied Accessories

    Before Proceeding Press MENU to display the menu screen. Checking Supplied Accessories MAIN MENU INPUT1 PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION CO NT RA S T Check that the following accessories were supplied. I GHT . R L E V E L : 6 0 G L E V E L Label for remote control unit...

  • Page 4: Part Names And Functions

    Note: The video signal will not be output from the CONTROL IN/OUT (monaural mini jacks) OUTPUT (INPUT1) connector when the main power of For connection of PIONEER components that bear the this display is off or in standby mode. Î mark. Making CONTROL connection enables...

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    Part Names and Functions Video Card <PDA-5002> Section Synchronizing signal impedance selector switch Depending on the connections made at INPUT2, it The video card is provided with 3 video input connectors, may be necessary to set this switch to match the 1 video output connector, and 2 audio input connectors.

  • Page 6: Installation And Connections

    AUDIO VIDEO OUTPUT INPUT5 INPUT4 plasma display, immediately consult your nearest Pioneer DIGITAL RGB Service Center. Continuing operation may result in malfunction. After inserting the video card all the way into the This device has been designed for installation on the slot, confirm that it is seated securely, then use Pioneer Plasma Display PDP-503CMX/PDP-503MXE.

  • Page 7: Input Connectors On The Plasma Display With Video Card

    Installation and Connections Input Connectors on the Plasma Connection to INPUT1 and INPUT2 Display with Video Card Various components can be connected to the INPUT1 and INPUT2 jacks. After connections are made, on-screen Consult the following chart when making connections to setup is necessary to match the characteristics of the a plasma display equipped with this video card (pages 7 connected component.

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    Installation and Connections Connection to AV components Connection of G ON SYNC analog RGB source Make G ON SYNC connections for a component with Connection to AV component that has output that has the synchronization signal layered on top component video jacks of the green signal.

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    Installation and Connections Connection to a personal Connection of composite SYNC analog RGB source computer Make composite SYNC connections for a component Connection method differs depending on the computer with output that has the vertical synchronization signal type. When connecting, please thoroughly read the layered on top of the horizontal synchronization signal.

  • Page 10: Connection To Input3

    Installation and Connections When connecting to INPUT1 Connection to INPUT3 INPUT1 OUTPUT ANALOG RGB (ANALOG RGB) Connect an AV component that has S-video output jack to the video card’s S-VIDEO input jack. AUDIO INPUT3 S-VIDEO Connect the cable corresponding to the shape of the input terminal on the display and the personal computer’s output terminal.

  • Page 11: Connection To Input5

    Installation and Connections Connection to INPUT5 A computer equipped with DVI output (digital RGB signal) NOTICE ¶ INPUT 5 supports Microsoft “Plug & Play” (VESA DDC 2B) can be connected to the video card’s DVI connector. components. See Supplement 3 (page 33) when making connections to INPUT 5.

  • Page 12: Audio Connections

    Installation and Connections Audio connection for component connected to Audio Connections INPUT3 Before making connections, be sure to check that the audio component’s power and the display’s main power is INPUT3 AUDIO S-VIDEO off. Connect an audio component to the audio input jack of the plasma display with installed video card.

  • Page 13: How To Route Cables

    Installation and Connections How to Route Cables Speed clamps and bead bands are included with the plasma display for bunching cables together. Once components are connected, follow the following steps to route cables. * As viewed from the rear of the display. time and may be damaged when removed.

  • Page 14: Setting Up The System

    Setting Up the System Press 2/3 to select the display mode. Setup after Connection After components have been connected to INPUT1, INPUT2 or INPUT5, on-screen setup is necessary. Follow the procedure described below and make settings as they apply to the type of components connected. Setting the Screen Mode / S E T T I N G : V G A Input Signal Format...

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    Setting Up the System Press 2/3 to select SET UP. The table below shows what settings are appropriate and available for the type of connections made. MAIN MENU INPUT1 PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION Set SETTING and VIDEO SIGNAL as follows. I N P UT I N P UT 1 POWE R...

  • Page 16: Operations

    Operations Press INPUT on the remote control unit or the Selecting an Input Source display to select the input. Input changes each time the display’s INPUT is pressed as follows. This section explains the basic operation of the plasma 3 INPUT1 3 INPUT2 3 INPUT3 display.

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    Operations To adjust the volume To confirm display settings DISPLAY VOLUME +/– Press VOLUME on the remote control unit. Use VOLUME + or VOLUME – to adjust the volume of the connected speakers. Press DISPLAY on the remote control unit. The currently selected input, screen size and refresh rates will be displayed for about 3 seconds.

  • Page 18: Screen Size Selection

    Operations Notes Screen Size Selection ÷ When the WIDE, ZOOM, or FULL setting is used to display a non-wide screen 4:3 picture fully on a wide screen, a portion of the picture may be cut off or appear deformed. The plasma display incorporates screen modes of various ÷...

  • Page 19: Partial Image Enlargement (point Zoom)

    Operations Press SET to select the zoom ratio. Partial Image Enlargement Pressing SET repeatedly changes the zoom ratio in the following order: (POINT ZOOM) 3 x 1.5 3 x 2.0 x 4.0 2 x 3.0 2 This display allows any one of nine screen areas (AREA 1 to AREA 9) to be selected and enlarged to 1.5x, 2x, 3x, or 4x.

  • Page 20: Automatic Power Off

    Operations Press 5/∞ to select either the POWER Automatic Power OFF MANAGEMENT or AUTO POWER OFF mode. [When computer signal is input to INPUT 1, or The plasma display is equipped with automatic power- when INPUT 5 is used] management and auto-power-off functions, which allow MAIN MENU INPUT1 the unit to automatically switch to power-saving mode...

  • Page 21: Display Panel Adjustments

    Display Panel Adjustments Press SET. Adjusting the Picture Quality Pressing SET writes the value into the memory and returns the display to the step 2 screen. Press MENU to display the menu screen. When the setup is finished, press MENU to exit MAIN MENU INPUT4 the menu screen.

  • Page 22: Adjusting The Image Position And Clock (automatic Adjustment)

    Display Panel Adjustments Adjusting the Image Position and Manual Adjustment of Screen Clock (Automatic Adjustment) Position and Clock Pressing AUTO SET UP on either the display or the This setting can be adjusted when a computer signal is remote control unit will adjust the screen position and connected to INPUT1, INPUT2, or INPUT5.

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    Display Panel Adjustments Press 5/∞ to select the adjustment item, then SCREEN mode adjustment items press SET. Below are brief descriptions of the options that can be set in the SCREEN mode. MAIN MENU INPUT1 POSITION PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION H.POSITION ··········...

  • Page 24: Other Operations

    Other Operations Press 2/3/5/∞ to select the first desired Rewriting the Input Display character (here, “C”), then press SET to confirm (repeat this step to input up to eight desired (INPUT LABEL) characters.) I N P U T 1 This function allows rewriting of the screen contents displayed with differing inputs.

  • Page 25: Changing The Color Temperature (color Temp)

    Other Operations Changing the Color Temperature Reducing Video Noise (DIGITAL NR) (COLOR TEMP) Make this setting if video noise is objectionable. Press MENU to display the menu screen. Press MENU to display the menu screen. MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1 PICTURE SET UP...

  • Page 26: Setting The Purecinema Mode

    Other Operations Setting the PureCinema mode Setting the Regional TV System Format When the PureCinema mode is selected, it functions automatically to detect video signals of movies recorded at 24 frames-per-second, changing the scan settings to allow INPUT3 and INPUT4 are compatible with a number of TV enjoyment of higher quality movie playback.

  • Page 27: Viewing A Fast Moving Picture (3d Y/c Mode)

    Other Operations Press 2/3 to select SET UP. Press SET repeatedly until the appropriate setting appears. MAIN MENU INPUT4 Each time SET is pressed, the settings change in the PICTURE SET UP OPTION following order. I N P UT I N P UT 4 AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F...

  • Page 28: Viewing In A Bright Location (high Contrast)

    Other Operations When viewing an image from INPUT1 or INPUT2, the Viewing in a Bright Location following screen is displayed. (HIGH CONTRAST) MAIN MENU INPUT1 PICTURE SET UP OPTION When viewing a picture in a bright location, setting this I N P UT I N P UT 1 AUT O P O WER...

  • Page 29: Auto Function

    Other Operations Press SET to select INPUT1 or INPUT4. AUTO FUNCTION The factory default setting is OFF. Each time SET is pressed the selector function switches alternately as shown: The plasma display is equipped with an AUTO FUNCTION 3 OFF detection function;...

  • Page 30: Audio Output (audio Out)

    Other Operations Press 5/∞ to select AUDIO OUT. Audio Output (AUDIO OUT) MAIN MENU INPUT1 PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION POWE R S T A A RD The signal level produced at the AUDIO OUT jack can be A U T O OF F set to FIXED or VARIABLE (linked to the VOLUME) as A UD I O O...

  • Page 31: Additional Information

    Additional Information Specifications General External dimensions ..243.8 (W) x 23.6 (H) x 144 (D) mm 9–5/8 (W) x 29/32 (H) x 5–11/16 (D) in. Weight ........... 1.2 kg (2 lbs. 1 oz) Operating temperature range ..0 to 40 °C (32 to 104 °F) Input/output Video INPUT 3...

  • Page 32: Supplement 1

    Additional Information Supplement 1 Video signal compatibilty table (INPUT1, INPUT2) Refresh rate Screen size Remarks Signal format Vertical Horizontal ZOOM WIDE FULL (Hz) (kHz) Component 15.625 625i (575i)/SDTV Component 1125i (1080i)/HDTV 28.1 Component 625p (575p)/SDTV 31.25 Component 15.734 525i (480i)/SDTV Component 525p (480p)/SDTV 31.5...

  • Page 33: Supplement 3

    Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. VGA and XGA are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Co., Inc. VESA and DDC are registered trademarks of Video Electronics Published by Pioneer Corporation. Copyright © 2001 Pioneer Corporation. Standards Association. All rights reserved.

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