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Color Plasma Display Monitor
Model
CMP5000WXU
CMP5000WXJ
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE CAREFULLY.
KEEP THIS USER MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
For future reference, record the serial number of your monitor.
SERIAL NO.
The serial number is located on the rear of the monitor.
Contents related to system specifications, power requirements,
accessories, and other information differ with respect to the
country where this unit is purchased. For customers living in the
U.S.A. or Canada, please use and refer to the instructions written
in either English or French. For customers in Japan, please use
and refer to the instructions written in Japanese.
Les caractéristiques, les spécifications d'alimentation, les
accessoires et d'autres informations diffèrent d'un pays à
l'autre. Si vous vivez au Canada ou aux États-Unis, reportez-
vous aux instructions en français ou en anglais. Si vous vivez
au Japon, reportez-vous aux instructions en japonais.
電源、付属品等の差異がありますので、日本国内でご購入・ご使
用の際は、本書の日本語ページをご覧下さい。その他の国、地
域でご購入・ご使用の際は、英語またはフランス語ページをご覧
下さい。
USER'S MANUAL
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  • Page 1 Color Plasma Display Monitor Model CMP5000WXU CMP5000WXJ READ THE INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE CAREFULLY. KEEP THIS USER MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. For future reference, record the serial number of your monitor. SERIAL NO. The serial number is located on the rear of the monitor.
  • Page 2 English This unit has been designed for use as a computer display monitor. The optional video card is required if you wish to view other video signals on the monitor. For details consult your local retail dealer. Français Cet appareil est conçu pour une utilisation comme moniteur d’affichage d’ordinateur.
  • Page 3 SAFETY GUIDELINES This monitor is designed to be safe to use. However, fire or serious injury may occur unless you use this monitor in the proper way. Please follow the instructions shown below in order to avoid injury. * If smoke comes out, * If there is a strange smell, * If water enters the case, * If you drop the monitor or damage the...
  • Page 4 SAFETY GUIDELINES(continued) WARNING Fire or electric shock may cause death or serious injury unless you follow the instruction. • The enclosed power cord must be used! Failure to do so may cause electric shock hazard or fire hazard. In USA/Canada, use a UL LISTED/CSA LABELLED or CERTIFIED power cord set meeting the following specifications : Rating: min.
  • Page 5 PRECAUTIONS • Installation environment Do not obstruct a ventilation hole. Do not put the monitor on carpet or blanket, or near a curtain which has a possibility of obstructing a ventilation hole of the monitor. Do not put the monitor in the following places. •...
  • Page 6 Video inputs : The input signal amplitude must not exceed the specified level. CAUTION : Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Hitachi America, Ltd. Computer Division Located at: 2000 Sierra Point Parkway, Brisbane,CA 94005-1835, U.S.A.
  • Page 7 USER’S MANUAL Thank you very much for purchasing the HITACHI Plasma Display Monitor. Before using your monitor, please carefully read the “SAFETY GUIDELINES” and this “USER’S MANUAL” so you will know how to operate the monitor properly. Keep this manual in a safe place. You will find it useful in the future.
  • Page 8 VESA is a trademark of a nonprofit organization, Video Electronics Standard Association. All brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. wall interface for securing the unit. ® Partner, Hitachi, Ltd. has NERGY ® NERGY...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Contents SAFETY GUIDELINES ... I Before Proceeding ... 2 How to Use This Manual ... 2 Checking Supplied Accessories ... 3 Part Names and Functions ... 4 Main Unit ... 4 Remote Control Unit ... 5 Connection Panel ... 6 Installation and Connections ...
  • Page 10: Before Proceeding

    Before Proceeding How to Use This Manual This manual is set up to follow the course of actions and operations in the order that would seem most logical for someone setting up this unit. Once the unit has been taken out of the box, and it has been confirmed that all the parts have been received, it may be beneficial to look over the section “Part Names and Functions”...
  • Page 11: Checking Supplied Accessories

    Checking Supplied Accessories Check that the following accessories were supplied. Power cord Remote control unit AA (R6) batteries (x 2) Speed clamps (x 2) Bead bands (x 2) ÷ USER’S MANUAL Before Proceeding...
  • Page 12: Part Names And Functions

    Part Names and Functions Main Unit Main unit Main unit Remote control sensor Point the remote control toward the remote sensor to operate the unit (page 6). STANDBY/ON indicator This indicator is red during standby mode, and turns to green when the unit is in the operation mode (page 16).
  • Page 13: Remote Control Unit

    Remote Control Unit When handling the remote control unit ¶ Do not drop or shake the remote control. ¶ Do not use the remote control unit in a location subject to direct sunlight, heat radiation from a heater, or in a place subject to excessive humidity.
  • Page 14: Connection Panel

    Part Names and Functions Operating range of the remote control unit When operating the remote control unit, point it at the remote sensor located on the front panel of the main unit. The remote control unit is operable up to 23 feet (7 m) from the unit and within a 30 angle on each side of the sensor.
  • Page 15 CONTROL SPEAKER – Synchronizing signal impedance selector switch Depending on the connections made at INPUT2, it may be necessary to set this switch to match the output impedance of the connected component’s synchronization signal. When the output impedance of the component’s synchronization signal is below 75 , set this switch to the 75 position (pages 9, 11).
  • Page 16: Installation And Connections

    HITACHI stand or installation bracket (sold separately) ÷ When possible, please install using parts and accessories manufactured by HITACHI. HITACHI will not be held responsible for accident or damage caused by the use of parts and accessories manufactured by other companies.
  • Page 17: Connection To Input1 And Input2

    Connection to INPUT1 and INPUT2 The INPUT 1 and INPUT 2 jacks are used to connect the display to a computer. After making the connections, adjust the screen settings in accordance with the computer’s signal output. See pages 14-15 for information regarding settings.
  • Page 18 Installation and Connections When connecting to INPUT1 INPUT1 OUTPUT ANALOG RGB (ANALOG RGB) Connect the cable corresponding to the shape of the input terminal on this unit and the personal computer’s output terminal. Secure by tightening the terminal screws on both units. After connecting, on-screen setup is necessary.
  • Page 19: Audio Connections

    Connection of composite SYNC analog RGB source Make composite SYNC connections for a personal computer with output that has the vertical synchronization signal layered on top of the horizontal synchronization signal. When connecting to INPUT1 INPUT1 OUTPUT ANALOG RGB (ANALOG RGB) On-screen setup is necessary after connection.
  • Page 20: Power Cord Connection

    Installation and Connections Power Cord Connection Connect the power cord after all component connections have been completed. Connect the power cord to this unit. Plug the power cord into a power outlet. CAUTION ÷ Use only the power cord provided. ÷...
  • Page 21: How To Route Cables

    How to Route Cables Speed clamps and bead bands are included with this unit for bunching cables together. Once components are connected, follow the following steps to route cables. Organize cables together using the provided speed clamps. Insert 1 into an appropriate hole on the rear of the unit, then snap 2 into the back of 1 to fix the clamp.
  • Page 22: Setting Up The System

    Setting Up the System Setup after Connection After components have been connected to INPUT1 or INPUT2, on-screen setup is necessary. Follow the procedure described below and make settings as they apply to the type of components connected. Screen Mode setup Note These settings are required only when using the following input signal refresh rates: 1 31.5 kHz horizontal / 60 Hz vertical;...
  • Page 23 CLAMP POSITION setup Depending on the signal, analog RGB signals may result in the screen image appearing with a whitish or greenish cast. In such cases, set “CLAMP POSITION” to LOCKED. ÷ Normally, leave this setting at AUTO. Setup of CLAMP POSITION Press MENU to display the menu screen.
  • Page 24: Operations

    Operations Selecting an Input Source This section explains the basic operation of this unit. Outlined on the following pages is how to turn the main power on and off, put this unit in the operation or standby mode and how to select connected components. Before you begin, make sure you have: •...
  • Page 25: To Adjust The Volume

    To adjust the volume VOLUME +/– Press VOLUME on the remote control unit. Use VOLUME + or VOLUME – to adjust the volume of the connected speakers. V O L U ME To mute the sound MUTING Press MUTING on the remote control unit. Press MUTING again to restore the sound.
  • Page 26: Screen Size Selection

    Operations Screen Size Selection This unit incorporates screen modes of various height and width ratios. For optimal viewing, we recommend that you select the screen mode that best matches the video source that you are viewing. Although these modes are designed for full display of a picture on a wide screen, it is our hope that you make use of them with a full understanding of the manufacturer’s intentions.
  • Page 27: Partial Image Enlargement (Point Zoom)

    Partial Image Enlargement (POINT ZOOM) This display allows any one of nine screen areas (AREA 1 to AREA 9) to be selected and enlarged to x1.5, x2, x3, or x4. When performing point zoom enlargement, the direction buttons (5/∞/2/3) can be used to move the enlarged portion up-down and right-left.
  • Page 28: Automatic Power Off

    Operations Automatic Power OFF This display is equipped with automatic power- management and auto-power-off functions, which allow the unit to automatically switch to power-saving mode when no sync signal is detected. (A warning message appears onscreen before these functions operate.) Notes ÷...
  • Page 29: Display Panel Adjustments

    Display Panel Adjustments Adjusting the Picture Quality Press MENU to display the menu screen. MAIN MENU PICTURE SCREEN SET UP CO NT RA S T I GHT . R L E V E L : 6 0 G L E V E L : 6 0 B L E V E L H E NH AN CE...
  • Page 30: Adjusting The Image Position And Clock (Automatic Adjustment)

    Display Panel Adjustments Adjusting the Image Position and Clock (Automatic Adjustment) Pressing AUTO SET UP on either the main unit or the remote control unit will adjust the screen position and clock to optimum values. Note Perform this adjustment individually for each input function (INPUT 1, INPUT 2), and each signal type.
  • Page 31: Manual Adjustment Of Screen Position And Clock

    Manual Adjustment of Screen Position and Clock Press MENU to display the menu screen. MAIN MENU PICTURE SCREEN SET UP CO NT RA S T I GHT . R L E V E L : 6 0 G L E V E L : 6 0 B L E V E L H E NH AN CE...
  • Page 32: Other Operations

    Other Operations Rewriting the Input Display (INPUT LABEL) This function allows rewriting of the screen contents displayed with differing inputs. For example, the default “INPUT 1” can be changed to “COMPUTER” or other name describing the connected component (up to maximum of 8 characters).
  • Page 33: Power Control Function

    Power Control Function The power control function allows screen brightness to be suppressed as a means of lowering power consumption and reducing display deterioration. Press MENU to display the menu screen. The menu will be displayed. MAIN MENU PICTURE SCREEN SET UP CO NT RA S T I GHT .
  • Page 34: Audio Output (Audio Out)

    Other Operations Press SET to select INPUT 1. The factory default setting is OFF. Each time SET is pressed the selector function switches alternately as shown: 3 OFF INPUT1 2 ÷ When OFF is selected, AUTO FUNCTION is disabled. ÷ When INPUT 1 is selected, the display input automatically switches to INPUT 1 when a signal is detected at the INPUT 1 jack.
  • Page 35: Additional Information

    Additional Information Cleaning Regular cleaning will extend the life and performance of this unit. The recommended way to clean the display and related parts is described below. Before cleaning, be sure to unplug the power cord from the power outlet. Cleaning the display panel body and remote control Do not under any circumstances use solvents such as...
  • Page 36: General Problems

    Additional Information General problems Problem • No power • Is the power cord disconnected? (page 12) • Has the MAIN POWER switch been switched on? (page 7) • External influences such as lightning, static electricity, etc., may cause improper operation. In this •...
  • Page 37 Although this unit incorporates high precision technology in its design, please understand that there may be extremely slight pixel breakup, or light emission fault. Note In order to protect the panel and internal circuitry, this display is provided with a cooling fan designed to turn on/off and change speed automatically in accordance with ambient temperature conditions (the fan sound will change in accordance with its speed).
  • Page 38: Specifications

    Additional Information Specifications General Light emission panel ... 50 inch plasma display panel Number of pixels ... 1280 x 768 Power supply ... AC 100 - 120 V, 50/60 Hz Rated current ... 3.8 A - 3.1A Standby power consumption ... 1 W External dimensions ...
  • Page 39: Supplement 1

    Supplement 1 PC signal compatibilty table (INPUT1, INPUT2) Refresh rate Resolution (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal 56.4Hz 24.8kHz 640x400 70.1Hz 31.5kHz 31.5kHz 60Hz 640x480 35.0kHz 66.7Hz 37.9kHz 72Hz 37.5kHz 75Hz 43.3kHz 85Hz 35.2kHz 800 x600 56Hz 37.9kHz 60Hz 48.1kHz 72Hz 46.9kHz 75Hz 53.7kHz...
  • Page 40: Supplement 2

    Additional Information Supplement 2 Signal assignment of INPUT 1 (Mini D-sub 15 pin socket connector) 15 11 Pin No. Input R or C G or Y B or C NC (No connection) DDC + 5V NC (No connection) NC (No connection) DDC SDA NC (No connection) HD or H/V SYNC...

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