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Fujitsu Plasmavision P42HTS40G User Manual

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Before Use
• INFORMATION ............................................................ E-2
• INSTALLATION............................................................ E-4
Usage
• PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ............................... E-5
• USING THE REMOTE CONTROL............................. E-12
• BASIC OPERATIONS ................................................ E-24
• SELECTING INPUT MODE ....................................... E-26
• OTHER BASIC OPERATIONS .................................. E-29
• ADJUSTMENT MENU................................................ E-32
• ADJUSTING THE PICTURE ...................................... E-34
• ADJUSTING AUDIO................................................... E-37
Before using the display, read this manual carefully so that you know how to use the display correctly.
Refer to this manual whenever questions or problems about operation arise. Be sure to read and observe the safety
precautions (see the separate "Safety Precautions" manual).
Keep this manual where the user can see it easily.
* Installation and removal require special expertise. Consult your product dealer for details.
* When "English" is selected at "Language" of the on-screen display, "colour" will be displayed but "color" is described in this
* The last digit of MODEL NO. (10 digit alphanumeric characters) indicated on the product means the body color indication
alphabet or the management number.
Contents
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• OTHER ADJUSTMENTS ...........................................E-38
Others
• OPTIONS ...................................................................E-45
• MAIN SUPPORTED SIGNALS...................................E-46
• TABLE OF TV FREQUENCIES..................................E-47
• SPECIFICATION ........................................................E-48
• CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE .............................E-50
USER'S MANUAL
WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY
P42HTS40G / P50XTS40G
AV SELECTOR FOR
WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY
P-TU4240G / P-TU5040G
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    USER’S MANUAL WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY P42HTS40G / P50XTS40G AV SELECTOR FOR WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY P-TU4240G / P-TU5040G Contents Page Page Before Use • OTHER ADJUSTMENTS ...........E-38 • INFORMATION ............E-2 • INITIALIZATION OF USER ADJUSTMENT VALUE ..E-44 • INSTALLATION............E-4...
  • Page 2: Green.

    INFORMATION • Receptacle Make sure that the power cable’s grounding wire is grounded. The display comes with a 3-prong power plug; one prong is connected to the grounding wire. If you have only a 2-hole receptacle, you will need to have it replaced. Contact your dealer for more information. •...
  • Page 3 CHECKING ACCESSORIES Display Section One power cable One System cable One System cable Two small ferrite cores One big ferrite core (picture) (audio) No.:ZCAT1518-0730 No.:SFT-72SN Mfr.:TKK Mfr.:TDK AV Selector Section Two user's manuals One remote control Two AA batteries One power cable Manual Manual One big ferrite core...
  • Page 4: Installation

    INSTALLATION To prevent the display's internal components from overheating, make sure that the display is installed in a well-ventilated location. Be sure to use the optional stand, wall-mounting unit or the other unit when installing the display. Also, be also sure that your dealer performs the installation.
  • Page 5: Part Names And Functions

    PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS DISPLAY SECTION – FRONT  Power indicator lamp (Right section) This lamp shows the state of the power supply. Lit (red): Stand-by state Lit (green): Power ON state Flashing (red or green): Malfunction (Flashes differently depending on the type of malfunction.) ...
  • Page 6 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued) DISPLAY SECTION – LOWER PART  /l power switch  If this button is pressed when the power indicator lamp is off, the indicator lamp will light. The power can be turned on and the standby mode selected by using the remote control or the control panel of the display. If this button is pressed when the power indicator lamp is lit, the indicator lamp will go out.
  • Page 7 AV SELECTOR SECTION – FRONT  Power indicator lamp This lamp shows the state of the power supply. Lit (red): Stand-by Lit (green): Power ON Flashing (red or green): Malfunction (Flashes differently depending on the type of malfunction.)  Remote control signal receiver Receives signals from the remote control.
  • Page 8 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued) AV SELECTOR SECTION – REAR  Audio input terminals Input audio through the terminals corresponding to the used video input terminals. * The digital input terminals can be matched as desired with the remote control. (See P. E-29.) ...
  • Page 9 DESCRIPTION OF INPUT TERMINALS DVI-D terminal (RGB1 INPUT/DVI-D) Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal T.M.D.S. Data2– 9 T.M.D.S. Data1– 17 T.M.D.S. Data0– T.M.D.S. Data2+ 10 T.M.D.S. Data1+ 18 T.M.D.S. Data0+ T.M.D.S. Data2 T.M.D.S. Data1 T.M.D.S. Data0 Shield Shield Shield —...
  • Page 10 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued) REMOTE CONTROL For details, see page  button E-24  Switches between Power On and Standby.  (STILL button) E-29  Displays the screen being watched as the still picture. To return to normal, press this button once again.
  • Page 11  (Enter button) E-32–E-44  Press this button to fix the entry in the ADJUSTMENT MENU.  (DUAL/STEREO button) E-29  Press this button to select the audio mode for stereo/dual-channel audio broadcasting.  (COLOR button) E-27  In the teletext broadcasting, press these buttons to switch through the pages stored to each of the four colors in the LIST mode.
  • Page 12: Using The Remote Control

    USING THE REMOTE CONTROL PUTTING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL (1) To remove the cover, slide it outwards (2) Place two AA batteries in the remote (3) Close the cover until it snaps into place. while pressing it down. control. Make sure that the batteries are properly oriented.
  • Page 13 EFFECTIVE RANGE FOR THE REMOTE CONTROL Point the remote control at the display’s signal receiver when using it. Make sure that there are no obstacles between the remote control and the display’s signal receiver. Left Right 5 m (Front) Left Right 5 m (Front) Display –...
  • Page 14: Connecting The Display To External Equipment

    CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT Be sure to turn OFF the power to the display and external equipment before making any connections. No cables are supplied with the display for connection to external equipment. The type of cable to be used varies depending on the PC model.
  • Page 15 BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS Antenna (commercially available product) Display Speaker (optional) To AC outlet To AC outlet AV Selector 1. Connect the following items to the AV Selector and the display (1) AV Selector and display Connect these two with the provided system connection cable. (For details, see page E-16.) (2) Antenna line See page E-17 for further details.
  • Page 16 CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT (Continued) CONNECTING THE DISPLAY AND THE AV SELECTOR Rear side of display Left speaker cable Right speaker cable Black Power input Display input terminal Audio Picture terminal terminal To AC outlet Rear side of AV Selector To AC outlet E-16...
  • Page 17 CONNECTING THE ANTENNA Antenna (commercially available product) To the antenna input AV Selector rear panel • Connects to the antenna input terminal on the AV Selector rear panel. • Please enquire with your local teletext broadcasting company if you want to receive teletext broadcasts. E-17...
  • Page 18 CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT (Continued) EXAMPLE OF CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL COMPONENTS Antenna (commercially available product) Speaker Display Speaker (optional) Remote control To AC outlet To AC outlet AV Selector VCR or other external components See P. E-19 Video camera E-21 E-22 DVD recorder/player...
  • Page 19: Vcr

    • Connect the video signal cable to SCART terminal. To SCART output To SCART input Rear side of AV selector Note • Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before you connect external components. • Also refer to the instructions for the component to be connected. •...
  • Page 20: Dvd Recorder/Player

    CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT (Continued) DVD RECORDER/PLAYER • Connect the video signal cable to the component video input terminal, the HDMI input terminal or the SCART terminal. • If the component to be connected is equipped with HDMI output terminal or the component video output terminal, connection to either of these terminals is recommended.
  • Page 21: Video Camera

    VIDEO CAMERA • A video camera can conveniently be connected to the Video 3 input on the front side. • Connect the video signal cable to either the S-video input terminal or the video input terminal. • If the unit to be connected is equipped with S-video output terminal, it is recommended to connect to the S-video terminal. To video and audio inputs To video and audio outputs To S-video output...
  • Page 22 CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT (Continued) • As the cable for connecting a PC differs with the PC model, please consult your dealer for information on the right cable to purchase. • The PC can be connected to either the front side or the rear side, whichever is most convenient. To RGB output (mD-sub) To audio output To audio input...
  • Page 23: Audio Amplifier

    WHEN OUTPUTTING AUDIO SIGNALS TO AN AUDIO AMPLIFIER • Connect the audio signal cables to the digital output and the analog audio output terminals. * The signal input as digital input is not output as analog audio. * The digital audio input terminal on the display complies with a sampling frequency of 48 kHz. In the case of outputs with another frequency, connect to an audio system (amplifier)*.
  • Page 24: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS TURNING THE POWER ON AND STAND-BY  Press OFF/ON /I to the left at the  bottom of the display and /I to the left at the bottom of the AV Selector to the STD-BY state. The power lamp lights up. ...
  • Page 25: Adjusting The Volume

    ADJUSTING THE VOLUME Adjusting the volume  Press to increase the volume.  Press to reduce the volume. * Note that the volume level remains stored even when you turn OFF the power. Muting the audio When the volume adjustment button is pressed ...
  • Page 26: Selecting Input Mode

    SELECTING INPUT MODE WATCHING A TV BROADCASTING Select the country. Select the country using the Auto Store function in the CHANNEL SETTING menu (see page E-40). This enable the terrestrial broadcastings to be watched for selected country.  Press Available to watch the terrestrial broadcastings. The last Program No.
  • Page 27 WATCHING A TELETEXT BROADCASTINGS Display the TV program.  Press to set to TV mode.  Press This enables teletext broadcasts to be viewed. (superimposed over the TV program) The teletext broadcasting INDEX screen is received.  * Whenever is pressed, the screen switches between teletext screen superimposed over the TV program and teletext-only screen.
  • Page 28 SELECTING INPUT MODE (Continued) VIDEO INPUT MODE  Press to select the input mode. You can select from VIDEO 1 mode to VIDEO 7 mode. The video modes corresponding to each input terminal are as follows. • VIDEO1: SCART • VIDEO2: SCART Video1 mode •...
  • Page 29: Other Basic Operations

    OTHER BASIC OPERATIONS CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS Still Picture  Press The currently viewed scene can be viewed as a still picture. Convenient when you want to take a note, etc. Press again to return to the normal picture. On-screen information showing the channel, etc. ...
  • Page 30: Watching Pictures On The Wide Screen

    WATCHING PICTURES ON THE WIDE SCREEN SWITCHING BETWEEN SCREEN SIZES  Press The currently selected mode will appear.  Press to select a desired Screen Size.  Each time you press , a different Screen Size Normal mode appears. The sequences used are as follows: When you are in a Video input mode When you are in an RGB input mode * Depending on the type of signal, some aspects...
  • Page 31 SCREEN SIZE Normal (Video/RGB) Displays pictures of normal size (i.e., a 4:3 aspect ratio). Wide1 (Video) Displays natural-looking pictures of standard size on the wide screen. Picture of Wide1 standard size Wide2 (Video)/Wide (RGB) Ideal for displaying vertically extended pictures such as squeezed pictures. Vertically Wide2 extended picture...
  • Page 32: Adjustments

    ADJUSTMENT MENU The numbers in parentheses ( ) indicate the reference page numbers. PICTURE (E-33) Signal Contrast (E-34) MENU POSITION/SIZE (E-36) Drive Contrast (E-34) AUDIO (E-37) Brightness (E-34) FEATURES (E-38) Color (E-34) FACTORY DEFAULT (E-44) Tint (E-34) Sharpness (E-34) Ambient Sensor (E-34) Picture Mode (E-35)
  • Page 33: Basic Procedure Of Adjustment Menu Operations

    BASIC PROCEDURE OF ADJUSTMENT MENU OPERATIONS • Below is shown the basic procedure to make changes to the options in the ADJUSTMENT MENU. (Ex.: adjusting tint setting (Tint))  Press The main menu screen will appear.   Press to select “PICTURE”. ...
  • Page 34: Adjusting The Picture

    ADJUSTING THE PICTURE • Picture-related items can be set and adjusted in the Picture Adjustment Screen. See BASIC PROCEDURE OF ADJUSTMENT MENU OPERATIONS on page E-33 for the basic operation procedures. Adjusting the Signal Contrast  Press to increase the input signal contrast. ...
  • Page 35 Setting Picture Mode   Each time you press , the available choices appear in the following sequence. [Natural]: Enables you to watch pictures with natural color tones and high picture clarity. This mode is suitable for watching a normal motion picture. [Fine]: Suitable for watching a dark picture such as a movie.
  • Page 36: Adjusting Screen Position And Size

    ADJUSTING SCREEN POSITION AND SIZE • You can make changes to all screen adjustment options in the POSITION/SIZE Menu. See Page E-33 for the basic operation procedures. • The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.
  • Page 37: Adjusting Audio

    ADJUSTING AUDIO • You can make changes to all audio adjustment options in the AUDIO Menu. See Page E-33 for the basic operation procedures. • The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.
  • Page 38: Other Adjustments

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS • FEATURES setup screen has the following 5 options. See Page E-33 for the basic operation procedures. [Adjustment]: Can make a fine adjustment of pictures such as Dot Clock, Clamp Position. [On Screen Menu]: Can make a display setting such as OSD, Language. (See P. E-39.) [Input Terminal]: Can make an input terminal setting such as Video Input.
  • Page 39 ON SCREEN MENU • Setting Display Information (OSD) You can use this option to select whether to display information other than menus. (Error messages are displayed regardless of what choice you make for this option.)   Each time you press , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: [On (OSD:bright)]: On-screen information shown in light color.
  • Page 40 OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (Continued) SETTING THE INPUT TERMINALS • Selecting the settings of Video Input terminal (VIDEO1-4) Select the video input format.  Each time is pressed, the setting is switched.  Press to store. * RGB input is not made to Video 3. Video Format You can use this option to select the video format appropriate for the input signal.
  • Page 41 • Adjust   Each time is pressed, the fine-tune adjustment for Tuning is switched. • Skip This function specifies whether or not to use the Skip function for the displayed Program No.   Each time is pressed, the setting is switched. Off ...
  • Page 42 OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (Continued) • Minimizing phosphor burn-in (Screen Orbiter) for RGB You can use this option to move the screen position to minimize phosphor-induced “burn-in”. Follow the steps below.  (1) Select “Screen Orbiter” and press The “Screen Orbiter” setting screen will appear. ...
  • Page 43 • Setting Exhibition Mode (Exhibition Mode) You can use this option to display the enhanced contrast, which is most suitable for the use by unspecified persons.   Each time you press , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: On ...
  • Page 44: Initialization Of User Adjustment Value

    INITIALIZATION OF USER ADJUSTMENT VALUE You can restore the values of the adjustment/setting made in the MENU to factory settings.  Press The main menu screen will appear.   Press to select “FACTORY DEFAULT”.   Each time you press , one of the available menus appears in the following sequence: “FACTORY DEFAULT”...
  • Page 45: Options

    To prevent injury, fire, and electric shock, arrange for options to be initially installed (or installed at a different location) by your dealer. CAUTION This display (P42HTS40 / P50XTS40) is for use only with Fujitsu General Limited's option (P-WB4201, P-CT4200, P-TT4202). Using this display with other option can cause instability resulting in possible injury.
  • Page 46: Main Supported Signals

    MAIN SUPPORTED SIGNALS This display can store the latest four types of signals for RGB adjustment value. The fifth input signal will replace the adjustment value of the first input signal. To do this, select a desired signal and follow the instructions in "Adjusting Screen Position and Size" on P. E-36 to adjust the parameters. When you finish, the settings will be automatically stored.
  • Page 47: Table Of Tv Frequencies

    TABLE OF TV FREQUENCIES TABLE OF TV FREQUENCIES [Applicable Countries] [Applicable Countries] [Applicable Countries] [Applicable Countries] [Applicable Countries] Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Poland Italy France Great Britain, Ireland Finland, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Israel, Cyprus, Others Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz) Frequency (MHz)
  • Page 48: Specification

    SPECIFICATION WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY Model P42HTS40G P50XTS40G Screen size 42" wide screen: 50" wide screen: 92.2 cm (W) x 52.2 cm (H) (106.0 cm diagonal) 110.6 cm (W) x 62.2cm (H) (126.9 cm diagonal) 36.3 inch (W) x 20.6 inch (H) (41.7 inch diagonal) 43.5 inch (W) x 24.5inch (H) (50 inch diagonal)
  • Page 49 1.9 m or 6.2 feet for 50") from the screen and to look occasionally away while working. • is a worldwide trademark of Fujitsu General Limited and is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A. and other countries or areas.
  • Page 50: Cleaning And Maintenance

    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE Precautions Be sure to remove the power plug from the receptacle before cleaning the display. Be sure not to clean the display using a cloth dampened with volatile solvents, such as benzene or thinner. Such solvents can harm the display’s cabinet, the filter at the screen front, and the remote control.