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Last Memory; Aging - Pioneer PDP-60MXE20 Technical Manual

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Before Beginning Adjustments

5.1.5 Last Memory

The timing for the last memory is listed below.
When one of the following operations is performed before the timing is complete, the last memory function may not
perform.
• MAIN POWER switch is turned OFF
• Power cord is removed from the power outlet
• The breaker to the power outlet is turned OFF
Item
Operation in the normal-
operation mode
• Power ON/OFF
• Switching input
• Switching screen size
• Volume adjustment
• FUNCTIONAL LOCK setting
Adjustments and settings in the
menu mode
Adjustments and settings in the
integrator mode
Adjustments and settings in the
RS-232C adjustment
Note
If the system is started or stopped by turned ON/OFF from a circuit breaker, use the system only after first saving
adjustments and settings in the last memory according to the timing described above. Also, with this operating method,
count errors may occur in the hour meter.

5.1.6 Aging

After the power has been turned ON, input a white 100 % signal to age thus stabilize the unit (about 30 minutes). When
adjustments are made after aging is performed, it possible to perform more precise adjustments.
Note
When a still screen is displayed for a long period, the image may possibly be burned in to the screen.
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• Three seconds after an operation
• When the standby mode is designated by a remote-control, main-control panel or <POF>
command
• When the format of the displayed signal changes
(NOTE) Of the RS-232C commands that can be used in the normal-operation mode, there are
some that cannot be saved in the last memory when using the normal-operation mode.
For details, refer to section 5.5, "RS-232C Adjustment (pg. 169)".
• Three seconds after an operation
• When the standby mode is designated by a remote-control, main-control panel or <POF>
command
• When the format of the displayed signal changes
• Three seconds after an operation
• When the standby mode is designated by a remote-control, main-control panel or <POF>
command
• When the format of the displayed signal changes
• Three seconds after a command is sent, or when the next command is sent within four
seconds
• When the standby mode is designated by a remote-control, main-control panel or <POF>
command
• When an adjustment or setting is changed using a command
• When the format of the displayed signal changes
Saving to Memory

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