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HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR
PRO-730HDI
PRO-530HDI
Operating Instructions

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  • Page 1 HDTV PROJECTION MONITOR PRO-730HDI PRO-530HDI Operating Instructions...
  • Page 2 The Motion Picture Association of America(MPAA) guidelines are used when you are concerned with viewing two programs. to rate movies: <G>, <PG>, <PG-13>, <R>, <NC-17>, <X> and <NR>. Pioneer PureCinema III Format Converter <CANADIAN RATING SYSTEM> An advanced and exclusive I/P (Interlace/Progressive) third generation The Canadian English Language Rating System is used to rate format converter called “PureCinema III”, delivers a high-resolution...
  • Page 3 Thank you for purchasing this PIONEER HDTV Projection Monitor. Please read the precautionary instructions enclosed with these operating instructions please do so before proceeding. After learning how to operate the Projection Monitor, be sure to keep this manual handy for future reference.
  • Page 4 The following symbols are found in this WARNING manual and on the labels on the product. This symbol refers to a hazard or unsafe They alert the operators and service practice which can result in severe personal personnel of this equipment to potentially injury or death.
  • Page 5 Do not subject your Monitor to 11-1. Do not place this Monitor on an impact of any kind. Be particularly unstable, uneven or an inclined careful not to damage the screen location. The Monitor may surface. overturn, causing serious injury (to a person), and serious damage Unplug the Monitor from the wall to the appliance.
  • Page 6 An outdoor antenna system For added protection during a should not be located in the lightning storm, or when it is left vicinity of overhead power lines/ unattended and unused for long electric lights or power circuits, or periods of time, unplug the where it can fall onto such power Monitor from the wall outlet and lines or circuits.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS INTRODUCTION HOW TO USE THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ..... 8 INSTALLING THE MONITOR ............9 HOW TO ATTACH THE PROVIDED FRAME COVER ....10 HOW TO REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE SCREEN ......11 BASIC OPERATIONS BEFORE USE ................12 CONNECTING THE ANTENNA ........... 14 CONNECTING VIDEO/AUDIO EQUIPMENT ........
  • Page 8: How To Use These Operating Instructions

    HOW TO USE THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS The following page is an example of the way that basic operating instructions are shown in this manual. The explanation method varies from page to page. * The screen illustrations may be different from the actual screen display. AUTO CHANNEL PRESET Explanation of the function on this...
  • Page 9: Installing The Monitor

    • Handle the screen with care to avoid scratches or damages. • While the Projection Monitor is operating, it is cooled by • Ask your dealer or a Pioneer authorized service center to airflow through ventilation holes in the rear and bottom.
  • Page 10: How To Attach The Provided Frame Cover

    HOW TO ATTACH THE PROVIDED FRAME COVER ATTACH THE FRAME COVER BEFORE USING THE MONITOR. 2. Attaching the upper and lower frame covers Push in the upper and lower frame covers from the outside along the groove on the panel frame until you hear a click. PARTS INCLUDED FOR FRAME COVER INSTALLATION: SIDE FRAME COVERS (L, R) (TRIMS) (short) FRAME COVERS...
  • Page 11: How To Remove The Protective Screen

    HOW TO REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE SCREEN The protective screen is attached when the monitor is shipped to protect the display. We do not recommend that you remove it, but if you have to remove it, do so following the procedure shown below. 4.
  • Page 12: Before Use

    BEFORE USE Before you watch the TV, perform the following procedure. Connect the cables of the VHF antenna and UHF antenna to the ANTENNA A terminal. (See pages 14 and 15) Mixer Connect the CATV converter to the ANTENNA B terminal. (See pages 14 and 15) ANTENNA /CABLE...
  • Page 13 BEFORE USE Inserting batteries into the remote control unit CAUTION Open the Incorrect use of batteries may lead to leakage or rupture. battery cover. Always be sure to follow these instructions. A. Never mix new and used batteries. B. Batteries of the same size may have different voltages depending on their type.
  • Page 14: Connecting The Antenna

    CONNECTING THE ANTENNA • A good color picture depends on a good TV signal. So does Connect the TV signal source to your Monitor properly. good multichannel (stereo program and SAP) sound. Ask Use a 75-ohm coaxial cable with an F-type connector and your dealer for advice on how to install your external antenna connect the cable as shown in the illustration.
  • Page 15 CONNECTING THE ANTENNA Connecting the CATV converter with VCR Cable TV Splitter CATV converter ANTENNA /CABLE ANTENNA Connecting VHF/UHF antenna and CATV converter VHF antenna UHF antenna U/V mixer ANTENNA /CABLE Cable TV CATV converter...
  • Page 16: Connecting Video/audio Equipment

    CONNECTING VIDEO/AUDIO EQUIPMENT DVD/DVR ◊B√¿≥??ÙÛ ◊B√¿≥??ÙÛ Video movie, etc. SAT tuner Digital tuner • Refer to the instructions of your VCR or DVD/DVR for the • Only the INPUT 1 and INPUT 2 jacks can input the component detailed connections. video signal.
  • Page 17: Rear Panel

    CONNECTING VIDEO/AUDIO EQUIPMENT DVD/DVR SIGNAL Component video output SIGNAL of a DVD player can be connected to both BNC or Rear panel RCA types. The video output can be connected to BNC or to RCA types. INPUT INPUT INPUT 1 PROFESSIONAL VIDEO COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 3...
  • Page 18 CONNECTING VIDEO/AUDIO EQUIPMENT RGB INPUT jack Inputs five signals – R, G, B, H and V – output from digital tuners and the like. Front panel Input format in which images can be received. S-VIDEO VIDEO L-AUDIO-R Horizontal Vertical (MONO) VIDEO S-VIDEO Format...
  • Page 19 CONNECTING VIDEO/AUDIO EQUIPMENT DIGITAL INPUT jacks MONITOR/TV OUTPUT jacks This jack is used to connect devices with digital video output These are used for connecting the monitor to a VCR for (digital set top box, DVD player, etc.) compatible with HDCP . recording, or for linking it to another monitor.
  • Page 20: Front Panel Functions

    FRONT PANEL FUNCTIONS A flip-down door conceals the INPUT 4 jacks. Push gently and 2 MAIN POWER (OFF/ON) button release, to open the door. To close the door, lift it back up into If the button is OFF, the power of the monitor is shut off and 3 place.
  • Page 21: Reset Button

    AUDIO OUT: FIXED treatment, immediately unplug the power cord and call your SYSTEM MODE: nearest PIONEER-authorized service center. NOTE: NOTES: When this button is pressed while adjusting the MULTI-POINT • On rare occasions, an electrical discharge may occur inside the convergence, the MULTI-POINT convergence returns to the CRT*.
  • Page 22: Remote Control Unit Functions

    REMOTE CONTROL UNIT FUNCTIONS Set the mode switch to TV. Mode switch TV Power button (STANDBY/ON) Turns the power of the monitor on and off. 2 INPUT Selector buttons (TV, INPUT 1 to INPUT 6) Press the button to select the source you wish to watch. The screen will display your selection.
  • Page 23 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT FUNCTIONS - SPLIT/SEARCH screen buttons ! CH ENTER button FREEZE: When this button is pressed with the regular Fix the selected channel with the direct channel selection screen, the screen will change to the SPLIT buttons. screen and the picture at the time the button @ VOL (volume) +, –...
  • Page 24: To Watch Tv

    TO WATCH TV Best Horizontal and Vertical Viewing Angle • The optimum viewing angle is 140˚ in horizontal and 45˚ in vertical. • Watch from at least 10 feet (3m) away from the screen (optimum viewing distance is 10 to 45˚...
  • Page 25 TO WATCH TV VHF L VHF H SUPER HYPER 7-13 14-69 A-5(95) A(14) J(23) Q(30) W+1(37) W+11(47) W+21(57) W+31(67) W+41(77) W+51(87) W+61(102) W+71(112) W+81(122) A-4(96) B(15) K(24) R(31) W+2(38) W+12(48) W+22(58) W+32(68) W+42(78) W+52(88) W+62(103) W+72(113) W+82(123) A-3(97) C(16) L(25) S(32) W+3(39) W+13(49) W+23(59)
  • Page 26: Checking The Menu

    CHECKING THE MENU Press MENU on the remote control unit. The MAIN MENU will be displayed on the screen. Select the desired menu item using | or \ button of the remote control unit, and press » or « button to perform the desired operations or mater settings.
  • Page 27 CHECKING THE MENU SOUND adjustment menu (See page 64) S O U N D S O U N D M T S : M A I N M T S : M A I N B A S S B A S S T R E B L E –...
  • Page 28: Auto Channel Preset

    AUTO CHANNEL PRESET The broadcast frequencies that can be received depend on your area. Memorize the broadcast stations that can be received in your area in the presets. Select TV. Press MENU and select SET UP by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button.
  • Page 29 AUTO CHANNEL PRESET Select TV/CABLE MODE , then select the broadcast system to be received from AIR or CATV. A U T O C H A N N E L P R E S E T A N T E N N A : T V / C A B L E MO D E : C A T V A U T O P R E S E T S T A R T...
  • Page 30: Convergence Adjustment

    CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT Before convergence adjustment* , please choose a stabilized input signal* order to display a stable cross pattern. *1 Convergence adjustment ..Color deviation adjustment *2 Stabilized input signal ..Examples, DVD player, digital tuner, etc. Due to the differing magnetic fields in different locations, you may experience color deviation, that is inaccurate colors.
  • Page 31 CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT Move the red line onto the green line. Move the vertical line. ADJ CON V ERGENCE ADJUST MENU Move the horizontal line. ADJ CON V ERGENCE ADJUST MENU Move the blue line onto the yellow line. ADJ CON V ERGENCE ADJUST MENU ADJ CON V ERGENCE...
  • Page 32: Program Block (v. Chip) Function

    PROGRAM BLOCK (V. CHIP) FUNCTION Since laws have been passed in the United States requiring a way of blocking undesirable programming, the V-chip has become a required component in television sets. The V-chip is a computer chip which decodes signals added to broadcast signals transmitted by television broadcasters.
  • Page 33 PROGRAM BLOCK (V. CHIP) FUNCTION <CANADIAN RATING SYSTEM> CANADIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE RATING SYSTEM RATING Children Children 8 years and older General programming, suitable for all audiences Age-Base Parental Guidance Viewers 14 years and older Adult Programming Programming interned for children under age 8 Careful attention is paid to themes, which could threaten children's sense of security and well-being.
  • Page 34 PROGRAM BLOCK (V. CHIP) FUNCTION SETTING THE PROGRAM BLOCKING LEVEL Press MENU and select SET UP by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button. (Refer to page 26.) Select PROGRAM BLOCK in the same way. S E T C H A N N E L S E T C O N V E R G E N C E P R O G R A M B L O C K...
  • Page 35: Mpaa Rating

    PROGRAM BLOCK (V. CHIP) FUNCTION Set BLOCK to ON. P R O G R A M B L O C K B L O C K : O N O F F U . S . A . R A T I N G S Y S T E M C A N A D I A N R A T I N G S Y S T E M E X I T SELECT...
  • Page 36 PROGRAM BLOCK (V. CHIP) FUNCTION Select and confirm the rank of the TV PARENTAL GUIDELINES. T V P A R E N T A L G U I D E L I N E S F V D L S V T V –...
  • Page 37 PROGRAM BLOCK (V. CHIP) FUNCTION Select and then confirm the rank of the FRENCH RATING. F R E N C H R A T I N G V I E W 8 + : V I E W 1 3 + : B L O C K 1 6 + : B L O C K...
  • Page 38 PROGRAM BLOCK (V. CHIP) FUNCTION HOW TO REMOVE BLOCKING REMOVING BLOCKING IN FROM A PROGRAM IN PROGRESS MULTI-SCREEN MODE • If you choose a program that has a rating higher than your Just as in normal single-screen mode, programs are program blocking rating, the picture and sound will cut off blocked in SEARCH screen mode (see pages 44 and 45), and an enter password screen will appear.
  • Page 39: Changing Password

    CHANGING PASSWORD A password must be entered to turn program blocking on and off. The default password is '1234', but it is strongly recommended that you change the password. Press MENU and select SET UP by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button.
  • Page 40 CHANGING PASSWORD Enter new password. • Press numeric buttons ‘0’ through ‘9’ to enter a four-digit password and press the SET/ENTER button. C H A N G E P A S SWO R D P R E S S N UM E R I C K E Y S T O D E F I N E N EW P A S SWO R D –...
  • Page 41: Changing Screen Size

    CHANGING SCREEN SIZE SETTING SCREEN SIZE Different source material have specific screen sizes they should use. Some films are size in Vista some in cinemascope etc. check video/DVD packaging for info. Regular TV program are 4:3, so 4:3 is the standard size. •...
  • Page 42 CHANGING SCREEN SIZE TO ADJUST THE SCREEN POSITION When the screen mode is CINEMA WIDE or ZOOM, you can adjust the screen position by pushing the » or « button. During digital signal input, the position can be adjusted using the | or \ button.
  • Page 43 CHANGING SCREEN SIZE Adjust the screen position. • Adjustable range DIGITAL 31K : –10 to 10 DIGITAL 33K : –15 to 0 H . P O S I T I O N MENU ADJUST After adjusting, press MENU to turn the menu off.
  • Page 44: Multi-screen Function

    MULTI-SCREEN FUNCTION VIEWING TWO SCREENS (SPLIT screen) The screen can be split vertically, making it possible to view different images on the left and right. • The screen on left side is the main picture, and the other screen is the sub-picture.
  • Page 45 MULTI-SCREEN FUNCTION SEARCHING FOR A PROGRAM ON A DIFFERENT CHANNEL (SEARCH screen) The screen can be made into nine or four different screens, making it possible to search for programs or enjoy multiple images. Press the SEARCH button. • Each time the SEARCH button is pressed, the screen mode changes in the following order.
  • Page 46: Closed Caption Decode Function

    CLOSED CAPTION DECODE FUNCTION Closed caption broadcasting (character Press MENU and select CC by using the information) in the video signal allows the displaying of characters on the screen. This unit | or \ button and then pressing « has a closed caption decoder which allows, these titles to be displayed when receiving these button.
  • Page 47: Changing Channel Set Up

    CHANGING CHANNEL SET UP TO ADD OR DELETE PRESET CHANNELS Broadcast stations preset by auto channel preset which are unnecessary can be deleted. Broadcast stations you want to watch that were not preset by auto channel preset can be preset. You can add a name to a channel that has been added.
  • Page 48 CHANGING CHANNEL SET UP Select CHANNEL , then select a channel. C H A N N E L A D D / D E L A N T E N N A : C H A N N N E L C H A N N E L : 1 2 0 S E T T I N G : A D D &...
  • Page 49 CHANGING CHANNEL SET UP Select LABEL and input the letters for the name you want to call this channel. • When adding a channel, a label of 4 characters can be input for the added channel. C H A N N E L A D D / D E L A N T E N N A : C H A N N N E L...
  • Page 50 CHANGING CHANNEL SET UP FAVORITE CHANNEL SET UP Assigning your favorite channels to the four buttons (blue, green, red and yellow) on the remote control unit makes it easy to call them up. Four channels can be assigned to each button, making it possible to set a total of 16 channels.
  • Page 51 CHANGING CHANNEL SET UP Select number. F A V O R I T E C H A N N E L Y E L L OW A N T 1 1 4 E X I T SELECT MENU Select antenna. F A V O R I T E C H A N N E L Y E L L OW A N T...
  • Page 52: Picture Adjustments

    PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS This device has five types of picture quality settings in memory. You can choose one from them or set the picture quality you desire and store it in memory. RECALL THE DESIRED SETTINGS Press MENU and select PICTURE by using the | or \ button and then pressing «...
  • Page 53 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS STORING THE SET PICTURE QUALITY IN MEMORY USER mode can be set for each input source: TV and INPUT 1 to INPUT 6. Select the input source and show the image on the screen. If VCR or DVD/DVR has been selected, start playback for the relevant device.
  • Page 54 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS TO ADJUST THE PICTURE QUALITY Adjust the picture quality when you want improve the quality of the picture you are watching. You can adjust the CONTRAST, BLACK LEVEL (brightness), COLOR, TINT and SHARPNESS. CONTRAST ... Adjusting the contrast to match the brightness of the surroundings so it is easier to watch.
  • Page 55 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS OTHER PICTURE QUALITY ADJUSTMENTS The following six fine adjustments are available. 1 PureCinema .... This function automatically detects movie film recorded at 24 frames per second, and converts it into a high quality 30 frames per second delivering the picture at the same rate as it was recorded.
  • Page 56 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS 1 To adjust PureCinema This function automatically detects movie film recorded at 24 frames per second, and converts it into a high quality 30 frames per second delivering the picture at the same rate as it was recorded. NOTE: This can be used only during 480i signal input.
  • Page 57 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS 3 To adjust 3D Y/C LEVEL Perform this adjustment when noises appear at the color borders of the image. NOTE: This function can be used only when viewing a source that has been connected to the antenna or composite video input terminal. Select 3D Y/C LEVEL .
  • Page 58 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS 5 To adjust Scan Velocity Modulation (SVM) Screen contour definition can be selected as desired. NOTES: • This function cannot be used when SCREEN MODE is 4:3 NORMAL or PICTURE MODE is GAME. • It cannot be used during RGB signal input. Select SVM .
  • Page 59 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS 7 To adjust BLACK ENHANCE Changing the black part of the video signal automatically corrects the gradation of the black. NOTES: • The effectiveness varies according to the content of the video signal. • It cannot be used during RGB signal input. Select BLACK ENHANCE .
  • Page 60 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS 9 To adjust Luminance Transient Improvement (LTI) This enables you to switch the definition of the luminance signal. NOTES: • It cannot be used during RGB signal input. • It can be used only during PICTURE MODE PRO. Select LTI .
  • Page 61 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS - To adjust CONTRAST EXP This enables you to adjust the brightness level of dark areas in accordance with screen brightness. NOTES: • It cannot be used during RGB signal input. • Can only be adjusted when inputting 480p, 1080i and 720p, and when the PRO mode is selected.
  • Page 62 PICTURE ADJUSTMENTS ~ To adjust WHITE BALANCE This enables you to adjust the color temperature to your taste. NOTE: It can be used only during PICTURE MODE PRO. Select WHITE BALANCE . P I C T U R E WH I T E B A L A N C E D E F A U L T P R O M O D E SELECT...
  • Page 63: Changing Scan Mode

    CHANGING SCAN MODE This function switches the display on the screen between 480p (progressive scan) and 1080i (interlace scan) during 480i and 480p. Press MENU and select SCREEN by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button. (Refer to page 26.) Select SCAN MODE .
  • Page 64: Sound Adjustments

    SOUND ADJUSTMENTS WATCHING STEREO AND BILINGUAL PROGRAMS The multichannel TV sound (MTS) decoder enables stereo program and Second Audio Program (SAP) to be received. (SAP is often used for a second language). This MTS decoder can only be used if a broadcast of stereo program or SAP is received.
  • Page 65 SOUND ADJUSTMENTS TO ADJUST THE SOUND QUALITY BASS, TREBLE and BALANCE can be adjusted. Press MENU and select SOUND . (Refer to page 26.) Select the adjustment item. S O U N D M T S : M A I N B A S S T R E B L E –...
  • Page 66 SOUND ADJUSTMENTS TO SELECT THE DESIRED SURROUND MODE This function creates the sound with a sense of presence. In a concert hall or in a theater, you hear a mixture of sound coming directly to you (direct sound) and sound that reaches you with a slight delay after being reflected from the walls (indirect sound).
  • Page 67 SOUND ADJUSTMENTS TO ADJUST STABLE VOLUME A loud sound may suddenly be emitted when you change the TV channel or when the broadcast switches to a commercial or the like. If so, setting STABLE VOLUME to ON will enable you to automatically change the volume level to what is comfortable.
  • Page 68: Digital Interface

    DIGITAL INTERFACE PURE DIGITAL This function faithfully reproduces the input signal without any processing when digital signal input (INPUT 5, 6) is selected. Press MENU and select SETUP by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button. (Refer to page 26.) Select DIGITAL INTERFACE .
  • Page 69 DIGITAL INTERFACE PICTURE SELECT This function allows you to switch the input signal format to automatic or manual when inputting the digital signal. Press MENU and select SETUP by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button. (Refer to page 26.) Select DIGITAL INTERFACE .
  • Page 70: Picture Setup

    DIGITAL INTERFACE PICTURE SETUP This function allows you to switch the input signal level to automatic or manual when inputting the digital signal. Press MENU and select SETUP by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button. (Refer to page 26.) Select DIGITAL INTERFACE .
  • Page 71 DIGITAL INTERFACE SOUND SELECT This function allows you to switch the sound signal to automatic or manual when inputting the digital signal. Press MENU and select SETUP by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button. (Refer to page 26.) Select DIGITAL INTERFACE .
  • Page 72: Power Management

    DIGITAL INTERFACE POWER MANAGEMENT This function automatically turns on power management mode if no digital signal is input when digital signal input is selected. When digital signal input restarts, power management mode is cancelled. Press MENU and select SETUP by using the | or \ button and then pressing «...
  • Page 73: Multi-point Convergence Adjustment

    MULTI-POINT CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT Before convergence adjustment* , please choose a stabilized input signal* order to display a stable cross pattern. *1 Convergence adjustment ..Color deviation adjustment *2 Stabilized input signal ..Examples, DVD player, digital tuner, etc. Convergence adjustment may be fined-tuned here. Press MENU and select SETUP by using the | or \ button and then pressing «...
  • Page 74 MULTI-POINT CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT Adjust the blue line. A D J MUL T I P O I N T S E T : NE X T P O I N T SELECT MENU • The brackets which shows the adjusting point will move in order.
  • Page 75: Connection With Receiver (1)

    CONNECTION WITH RECEIVER (1) The audio signal output from this unit can be reproduced on • Before making or changing connections, set the power the receiver when this monitor is connected to the receiver. switch to off and unplug the power cord from the AC outlet. When this monitor is connected to the CENTER OUT terminal •...
  • Page 76 CONNECTION WITH RECEIVER (1) SPEAKER and AUDIO OUT settings Press MENU and select SETUP by using the | or \ button and then pressing « button. (Refer to page 26.) Select SYSTEM IN/OUT in the same way. S E T C H A N N E L S E T C O N V E R G E N C E...
  • Page 77 CONNECTION WITH RECEIVER (1) Select AUDIO OUT . • If the speaker mode was set to CENTER IN in step 4, the AUDIO OUT mode will automatically change to FIXED, and VAR cannot be selected. S Y S T E M I N / O U T S Y S T E M MO D E : O F F A U D I O O U T :...
  • Page 78: Connection With Receiver (2)

    CONNECTION WITH RECEIVER (2) This unit can be used as the monitor for the receiver when this • Before making or changing connections, set the power unit is connected to the receiver. When this unit is connected switch to off and unplug the power cord from the AC outlet. to the CENTER OUT terminal of the receiver, the speaker of •...
  • Page 79 CONNECTION WITH RECEIVER (2) SYSTEM MODE setting Press MENU and select SET UP . (Refer to page 26.) Select SYSTEM IN/OUT . S E T C H A N N E L S E T C O N V E R G E N C E P R O G R A M B L O C K C H A N G E P A S SWO R D...
  • Page 80: Connecting The System Remote Control

    CONTROL CONTROL NOTES: • When the Pioneer unit with Î mark is connected to the CONTROL IN terminal of the projection monitor, the remote sensor of the projection monitor does not accept signals from the remote control unit. In this case, point the remote control at the unit in the chain (the equipment with no CONTROL IN connection).
  • Page 81: Remote Code Set Up

    Select the desired manufacturer. • Select from the figure on page 82. • Example: To select 006 (PIONEER) in the DVD/DVR mode. NOTES: • To stop the EDIT mode in the middle, press the EDIT button once more. • If mode switch is switched while in EDIT mode, EDIT •...
  • Page 82 REMOTE CODE SET UP Manufacturer's preset remote control codes CABLE/SAT DVD/DVR CABLE/SAT DVD/DVR PIONEER1(CABLE) PIONEER PIONEER(DVD) SHARP(J-2) PIONEER2(CABLE) FISHER PANASONIC(DVD) PANASONIC(J-3) JERROLD1(CABLE) FISHER SAMSUNG(DVD) TOSHIBA(J-3) JERROLD2(CABLE) FISHER SONY(DVD) GRANDIENTE JERROLD3(CABLE) GOLDSTAR TOSHIBA(DVD) AKAI JERROLD4(CABLE) HITACHI JVC(DVD) PIONEER2 JERROLD5(CABLE) HITACHI2 PIONEER(DVD-RECORDER)
  • Page 83 REMOTE CODE SET UP CABLE/SAT DVD/DVR YAMAHA YAMAHA2 YAMAHA3 YAMAHA4 CURTIS_MATHIS CURTIS_MATHIS2 CURTIS_MATHIS3 FUNAI ADMIRAL KENWOOD KENWOOD2 KENWOOD3 NEC2 NEC3 NEC4 WARDS WARDS2 WARDS3 WARDS4 MEMOREX MEMOREX2 JC_PENNY JC_PENNY2 JC_PENNY3 JC_PENNY4 JC_PENNY5 JC_PENNY6...
  • Page 84 REMOTE CODE SET UP TO LEARN REMOTE CONTROL CODES To operate other manufacturers' remote control codes not preset using the remote control unit, have the remote control unit learn these signals. Example) To learn the VCR power to turn on. Before operation: To set the mode switch to VCR when a video cassette recorder is connected (see page 16).
  • Page 85 REMOTE CODE SET UP • Buttons which can be learnt are as follows. Face the remote control unit of the other CBL ... SOURCE POWER, CH (+), CH (–), CH RETURN, CH ENTER, 1 to 9, 0 manufacturer's and the remote control SAT ...
  • Page 86 REMOTE CODE SET UP USING THE TV REMOTE CONTROL UNIT TO CONTROL Transmitting LED OTHER DEVICES REMOTE CONTROL UNIT SETTING BUTTONS 1 EDIT/LEARN button EDIT: When the EDIT/LEARN button is pressed at the same time as number button 1, the mode will change to preset code edit mode.
  • Page 87 REMOTE CODE SET UP CABLE CONTROL BUTTONS Mode switch CABLE, SAT and DTV cannot be selected at the same time. When the mode switch is set to CBL/SAT the cable converter connected to the Monitor can be operated using the buttons 1 to 5.
  • Page 88 REMOTE CODE SET UP SAT CONTROL BUTTONS Mode switch CABLE and SAT cannot be selected at the same time. When SAT is preset by REMOTE CODE SET UP , the remote control unit buttons will function as shown below. • When a satellite broadcast tuner is connected to the Monitor, press the input selector button that has the same number as the connected input terminal and set the mode...
  • Page 89 REMOTE CODE SET UP DTV CONTROL BUTTONS CABLE, SAT and DTV cannot be selected at the same time. Mode switch When a digital tuner is connected to the monitor, set the mode switch to CBL/SAT. The tuner can be operated with the remote control unit if buttons 1 to - have learnt the functions (see page 84).
  • Page 90 REMOTE CODE SET UP VCR CONTROL BUTTONS Mode switch If the VCR is preset by REMOTE CODE SET UP , the remote control unit button will function as follows when the mode switch of the remote control unit is set to VCR. When the input selector button having the same number as the input terminal connecting the VCR is pressed, the VCR can be operated using buttons 1 to 8.
  • Page 91 Playback is stopped when pressing once. With some DVD/DVR players, pressing the button twice may open the disc tray. @ 7 button Press and hold ¶, and then press this button to stop recording. This operation is true of only pioneer DVD recorders.
  • Page 92: Menu Index

    MENU INDEX PICTURE adjustment menu (See page 52) P I C T U R E P I C T U R E M O D E : P R O C O N T R A S T P u r e C i n e m a : S T D B L A C K L E V E L C O L O R T E M P :...
  • Page 93 MENU INDEX CHANNEL SET UP menu (See page 28) AUTO CHANNEL PRESET menu (See page 28) C H A N N E L S E T A U T O C H A N N E L P R E S E T A U T O C H A N N E L P R E S E T A N T E N N A : A C H A N N E L...
  • Page 94: Troubleshooting

    Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Investigate the other component and electrical appliances being used. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising the checks listed below, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer to carry out repair work.
  • Page 95 TROUBLESHOOTING The following symptoms may be mistakenly regarded as malfunctioning. In many cases, they are not the faults of the Monitor. SYMPTOM CAUSE There are 2 or 3 layers of images (ghost Influence of waves from the broadcast stations reflected by nearby mountains and images) high-rise buildings.
  • Page 96: Specifications

    59-7/16 (W) x 56-1/8 (H) x 27-15/16 (D) inch BNC VIDEO INPUT jack PRO-530HDI ....1268 (W) x 1289 (H) x 640 (D) mm BNC COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jack (Y, P 49-15/16 (W) x 50-3/4 (H) x 25-3/16 (D) inch...
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