HP PE4240N User Manual

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    HP PE4240n 42" Plasma Television User’s Guide...

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    Cupertino, CA 95015-4010 © 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. All rights reserved. HP supports lawful use of technology and does not endorse or encourage the use of our products for purposes other than those permitted by copyright law. SRS WOW and the are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Connecting an S-Video Source ... 19 Connecting a Component Source ... 20 Connecting the HP Media Center PC... 21 Using the HP MCPC with the TV remote control ... 21 Installing or Replacing Remote Control Batteries... 23 Table of Contents...

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    Using the TV...24 Front Panel Buttons ... 24 Basic Operations... 25 Turning on the TV ... 25 Selecting the input source... 26 Adjusting volume ... 26 Muting sound ... 26 Using the PIP/POP ... 26 Using the sleep timer to turn off the TV ... 27 Selecting the screen aspect...

  • Page 5: Safety

    To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electric shock, fire, and damage to the TV, observe all warnings and precautions in this user guide. • Do not use attachments that are not recommended by HP with this product. Use of inadequate attachments may result in damage to the product or personal injury. •...

  • Page 6: Precautions

    Precautions DANGEROUS VOLTAGE: Do not attempt to repair your television yourself. Removing the back cover of the TV may cause fire or electric shock. An HP authorized service provider should do service needed on components inside the TV. CAUTION: Danger of explosion if batteries are incorrectly replaced. Replace with the same or equivalent type.

  • Page 7: Cleaning The Tv

    Position the power cord carefully: Route the power cord so that it will not be walked on, tripped over, or pinched by items placed upon or against it. Pay particular attention to the plug, electrical outlet, and the point where the power cord exits the product. Overloading: Do not overload an electrical outlet, power strip, or convenience receptacle.

  • Page 8: Preventing Image Retention, Wall Mounting Or Stand Replacement

    See “Using the screen washing feature” on page 44 for more information. Image retention and uneven screen aging are not covered by your HP Warranty; refer to the Warranty and Support Guide that came with your TV.

  • Page 9: Introduction, Features

    Introduction The HP PE4240n 42" plasma TV is designed to deliver a fantastic image for an immersive home theater experience. Your new television features a bright and high-contrast enhanced definition plasma panel with Faroudja’s Emmy-Award winning DCDi video processing. Your television is encased in a stylish piano black cabinet, and can be wall mounted or used with the included stand.

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    • Universal Remote Control compatible with additional consumer electronic devices, including HP Media Center PCs. Introduction...

  • Page 11: Overview, Identifying Front Panel Controls And Indicators

    Overview Identifying front panel controls and indicators The Power button (1) turns on the TV when the main power switch is on. (The main power switch is located on the bottom of the TV and is set to the On position from the factory. See “Identifying connectors“...

  • Page 12: Identifying The Remote Control Buttons

    HP.PC selects the HP Media Center PC (connected to the VGA or DVI connector) and enables the HP MCPC special buttons on the remote. Refer to “Using the HP MCPC with the TV remote control” on page 21 for more information.

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    60 MIN, 90 MIN, 120 MIN, 000 (off). The timer cannot be canceled after it starts. Replay/Reverse Use the Replay button for HP MCPC Replay. Skip/Forward Use the Skip button for HP MCPC Skip. Use this key for a pre-set channel, selected in the OSD menus.

  • Page 14: Identifying Connectors

    Identifying connectors Rear view/terminal board Introduction...

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    Item Description Main power Turns the AC power on and off. This switch is on from the factory. When this main power switch switch is off, the TV is fully unpowered; the power/standby indicator light on the front of the TV is off, and neither the front panel power button nor the remote control can be used to turn on the TV.

  • Page 16: Attaching And Connecting Optional External Speakers

    • How to connect a component video source, such as a DVD; see page 20. • How to connect the HP Media Center PC (HP MCPC) and use the remote to operate the HP MCPC; see page 21. • How to install or replace the batteries in the remote control; see page 23.

  • Page 17: Attaching The Speakers To The Tv

    Attaching the speakers to the TV CAUTION: Unplug the TV and all connected components before attaching external speakers. 1 Position the speakers face down on a padded surface, with the speaker bottoms nearest to you. Because the right speaker is located at the right side of the TV when viewed from the front, make sure the right speaker (A in the figure) is on the left.

  • Page 18: Connecting The Speakers To The Tv

    Connecting the speakers to the TV CAUTION: Unplug the TV and all connected components before connecting external speakers. Use only speakers with 8-ohm impedance and a power input rating of 8 watts or more. 1 If necessary, strip the ends of the speaker cables to expose the wires. The right speaker is located at the right side of the TV when viewed from the front.

  • Page 19: Connecting An Antenna Or Cable Tv, Connecting An Antenna Or Cable Directly To The Tv

    Connecting an Antenna or Cable TV Use the first procedure that follows when connecting an antenna or cable TV cable directly to the TV. Refer to the next procedure, “Connecting a set-top-box to the TV” on page 16, when connecting a set- top-box for cable or satellite.

  • Page 20: Connecting A Set-top-box To The Tv, Connecting A Digital Tv (dtv) Receiver To The Tv

    Connecting a set-top-box to the TV Use standard 75-ohm coaxial cable to connect a cable TV set-top-box signal cable to the TV. Use shielded coaxial cable to reduce radio frequency (RF) interference. To make this connection: 1 Turn off the TV and the cable TV set-top-box. 2 Connect one end of a coaxial cable to the cable TV set-top-box output connector, and the other end of the cable to the TV antenna cable in connector on the back of the TV.

  • Page 21: Connecting A Pc Or Other Equipment To The Tv Using The Vga Or Dvi Connector

    Connecting a PC or Other Equipment to the TV Using the VGA or DVI Connector You may connect the TV to a PC or other equipment with a VGA cable or a digital interface compliant with the Digital Visual Interface (DVI) standard. Use a DVI-D 29-pin signal cable when making connections to the DVI connector.

  • Page 22: Connecting A Composite Video Source

    6 For a set-top-box, perform these tasks: • Perform the Automatic Channel Scan procedure to establish the available channels. Refer to “Run auto scan” on page 33. • To set up the TV remote control to operate the set-top-box, refer to “Programming the remote control for component control”...

  • Page 23: Connecting An S-video Source

    Connecting an S-Video Source Use S-video cable to connect your S-video source, such as a VCR, to the TV. To make these connections: 1 Turn off the TV and the VCR. 2 Connect one end of the S-video cable to the S-video output connector on the back of your VCR, and connect the other end to the S-video connector at the S-Video Inputs on the back of the TV.

  • Page 24: Connecting A Component Source

    Connecting a Component Source Use component video cables to connect your component video source, such as a DVD player or other equipment, to a component input connector (YPbPr-1 or YPbPr-2) on the TV. To make these connections: 1 Turn off the TV and the DVD player or other component input source equipment. YPbPr-1 supports 480p, 720p, and 1080i signals.

  • Page 25: Connecting The Hp Media Center Pc, Using The Hp Mcpc With The Tv Remote Control

    Connecting the HP Media Center PC You can connect the TV to an HP Media Center PC (HP MCPC) and use the special buttons on the remote control associated with the HP MCPC. Refer to your HP MCPC documentation to connect the TV to the HP MCPC as: •...

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    TV remote HP MCPC button button function AV, COMP, or Selects the TV input source DVI/VGA for the main screen HP.PC Selects the HP MCPC as the device controlled by the remote control. HP.MC Start Back (Exit) Back Enter PIP Input...

  • Page 27: Installing Or Replacing Remote Control Batteries

    Installing or Replacing Remote Control Batteries When the batteries are low, the red light on the remote control blinks twice when a button is pushed. Insert two AA non-rechargeable batteries into the remote control ensuring that you place them with the proper polarity.

  • Page 28: Using The Tv, Front Panel Buttons

    Using the TV Front Panel Buttons Using the TV 1 Power button 2 Power/standby indicator 3 Remote control sensor window 4 Input button 5 Menu button 6 Setting 7 ADJ.+, ADJ–/VOL+, VOL– 8 CH+, CH–...

  • Page 29: Basic Operations, Turning On The Tv

    Basic Operations Turning on the TV 1 Plug the power cord (B) into an active AC power outlet. The Power/standby indicator light (2) on the front panel flashes until the power is completely on; then the light is solid red. The main power switch (A, see the following figure) (beneath the display panel on the back of NOTE: the TV) is in the On position from the factory.

  • Page 30: Selecting The Input Source, Adjusting Volume, Muting Sound, Using The Pip/pop

    Selecting the input source Select the input source for the main picture and the Picture-in-Picture/Picture-on-Picture (PIP/POP) using the front panel buttons or the remote control buttons. Selecting the main picture input source using the front panel buttons Press the Input button repeatedly until you see the desired input source. The sources appear in this order: Video1, S-video1, YPBPR1, VGA, DVI, Video2, S-video2, YPBPR2, Channel# (the TV channel).

  • Page 31: Using The Sleep Timer To Turn Off The Tv, Selecting The Screen Aspect

    Swapping the PIP/POP with the main screen image With the PIP/POP screen displayed, on the remote control press the Swap button to exchange the image on the main screen with the image on the PIP/POP screen. Swap cannot exchange the pictures when the main picture source is the VGA, DVI, or YPBPR-1. NOTE: Using the sleep timer to turn off the TV Press the Sleep button on the remote control to set the timer at 30 minutes.

  • Page 32: Using The On Screen Display (osd) Controls

    Using the On Screen Display (OSD) Controls Operate the onscreen display (OSD) controls using the front panel buttons or the remote control buttons to highlight, adjust, and enter items as described here. Display the OSD by pressing the Menu button on the front panel or the remote control. The OSD shows the current menu with all of the available menus as small icons above it.

  • Page 33: Using The Osd Menus

    Using the OSD menus Refer to the following tables for the menus arrangement and functions. Picture menu Function BRIGHTNESS Adjusts the brightness. CONTRAST Adjusts the contrast. SHARPNESS Adjusts the sharpness. COLOR Adjusts the color. TINT Adjusts the tint. COLOR Adjusts the color temperature and white balance. Cool TEMPERATURE is high (a blue temperature), Normal is middle (standard), and Warm is low (a red temperature).

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    Sound menu TREBLE BASS BALANCE SPEAKER SOUND MODE Function Function menu When set to On, the input source information (screen mode, etc.) is displayed. AUTO OFF Sets the TV for use as an energy-saving display so the TV turns off when the selected input is not active. WHITE SCREEN Select White Screen on or off.

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    Configuration Function menu LANGUAGE Select the language for display. VGA SOURCE Select WIDE, NORMAL. COLOR SYSTEM Select VIDEO SYSTEM, AUTO, NTSC*, PAL. *Only NTSC is supported. Information menu Function INPUT 1 Shows input information for the main screen. INPUT 2 Shows input information for the PIP/POP.

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    TV Setup menu USER CH SIGNAL TYPE CH MAPPING CH FINE TUNE AUTO FINE TUNE Using the TV Function SETTING USER CHANNEL. Select TV input signal type: Antenna or Cable. USER CH, TV CH, CH Status, To be CH A, To be CH B, AUTO CH SCAN (RECOMMEND).

  • Page 37: Changing The Osd Settings, Setting Up Tv Channels (auto Scan)

    Changing the OSD Settings The steps in this section describe how to: • Set up the TV channels, including Automatic Scan of channels, adding or deleting a channel, and setting up favorite channels: see page 33. • Fine tuning a channel: see page 37. •...

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    3 Select and display TV Setup menu. 4 Highlight and select Signal Type so it turns red. Adjust the setting so it is correct for your set up (Antenna or Cable), and then press Setting front panel button (Enter on the remote control). If you have Antenna selected for Signal Type in the TV Setup menu but have a cable IMPORTANT: input source connected, the automatic channel scan does not find all the available cable channels.

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    Add or delete a channel 1 Make sure TV is the input signal for the main picture. Refer to “Selecting the input source” on page 26. 2 Display the OSD menus. Refer to “Using the On Screen Display (OSD) Controls” on page 28 for steps to open and use the menus using the front panel buttons (or the remote control buttons).

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    Set up favorite channel 1 Make sure TV is the input signal for the main picture. Refer to “Selecting the input source” on page 26. 2 Display the OSD menus. Refer to “Using the On Screen Display (OSD) Controls” on page 28 for steps to open and use the menus using the front panel buttons (or the remote control buttons).

  • Page 41: Fine Tuning A Channel

    6 Highlight and select To Be CH A or To Be CH B so it turns red. Adjust the setting so it reads YES to select the channel (or NO), and then press Setting front panel button (Enter on the remote control). 7 Exit the menu.

  • Page 42: Mapping Channels

    5 To fine tune the channel, do one of the following: • Highlight and select CH Fine Tune so it turns red. Adjust the setting to fine tune the channel frequency, and then press Setting front panel button (Enter on the remote control). •...

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    4 On the TV Setup menu, select CH Mapping, and then press Setting front panel button (Enter on the remote control). The Channel Mapping menu appears. 5 Highlight and select User CH so it turns red. Adjust the setting so it reads the channel number you want to define (map), and then press Setting front panel button (Enter on the remote control).

  • Page 44: Adjusting The Picture

    Adjusting the picture This section describes two procedures: • How to adjust the main picture. • How to have the TV automatically adjust the picture (focus, clock, horizontal and vertical position and size) for the active VGA input signal. How to adjust the main picture 1 Select TV as the input source for the main TV picture by using the front panel buttons or the TV remote control.

  • Page 45: Setting Up The Pip/pop

    How to automatically adjust the picture for VGA input 1 Select VGA as the input source for the main TV picture by using the front panel buttons or the TV remote control. Refer to “Selecting the input source” on page 26. 2 Display the OSD menus.

  • Page 46: Adjusting Sound Settings

    3 To select how the PIP/POP displays, highlight and select Picture Mode so it turns red, adjust the setting for Single, PIP, or POP, and then press Setting front panel button (Enter on the remote control). • Single shows only the main picture until PIP is selected with the front panel buttons or the remote control.

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    Selecting the speaker source 1 Display the OSD menus. Refer to “Using the On Screen Display (OSD) Controls” on page 28 for steps to open and use the menus using the front panel buttons (or the remote control buttons). 2 Select and display Sound menu. 3 Highlight and select an item, such as Bass, so it turns red, adjust the setting, and then press Setting front panel button (Enter on the remote control).

  • Page 48: Using The Screen Washing Feature

    Using the screen washing feature Use this procedure to illuminate the entire screen and remove very minor instances of screen image retention. White Screen washes the screen using an entirely white screen, while Scroll Bar uses a bar of NOTE: white that moves across the screen.

  • Page 49: Selecting Auto Off Mode

    Selecting Auto Off mode To have the TV screen turn off when there is no input signal, change the setting for Auto Off in the Function OSD menu to On. The TV turns off the screen approximately 5 minutes after losing the input signal.

  • Page 50: Setting Up V Chip

    Setting up V Chip Use the first procedure to set the guidelines for parental guidance. Use the second procedure to set the personal identification number (PIN). Use the remote control with these two procedures. Changing the V Chip settings 1 Select TV as the input source for the main TV picture by using the front panel buttons or the TV remote control.

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    5 Highlight and select Enter Pin so it turns red, use the remote control number buttons to enter the pin (the TV comes with pin 0000 until you change it), and then press Enter on the remote control. The expanded V Chip Setup screen appears. 6 Highlight and select V Chip Lock so it turns red, use the remote control ADJ buttons to select On, and then press Enter on the remote control.

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    9 Use the remote control ADJ buttons to highlight an item, and then press Enter on the remote control to turn the item red. Use the remote control ADJ buttons to change the item to Block or Unblocked, and then press Enter. 10 Exit the menu.

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    5 Highlight and select Enter Pin so it turns red, use the remote control number buttons to enter the pin (the TV comes with pin 0000 until you change it), and then press Enter on the remote control. The expanded V Chip Setup screen appears. 6 Highlight Change PIN, and then press Enter on the remote control.

  • Page 54: Using Closed Caption

    Using closed caption 1 Select TV as the input source for the main TV picture by using the front panel buttons or the TV remote control. Refer to “Selecting the input source” on page 26. 2 Display the OSD menus. Refer to “Using the On Screen Display (OSD) Controls” on page 28 for steps to open and use the menus using the front panel buttons (or the remote control buttons).

  • Page 55: Setting Up Vga, Selecting Color System

    The Channel options are 1, 2, 3, or 4. A broadcast may contain other closed caption data on NOTE: channels 2–4; for most uses, set the channel to 1. 8 Highlight and select Display so it turns red. Adjust the setting so it reads either Shadow or Box, and then press Setting front panel button (Enter on the remote control).

  • Page 56: Using The Remote Control

    Using the Remote Control The remote control operates the TV, your cable or satellite set-top-box, your DVD/VCR, and your HP Media Center PC (HP PC). Refer to “Identifying the remote control buttons” on page 8 for information on the remote control buttons.

  • Page 57: Programming The Remote Control For Component Control

    Programming the remote control for component control Programming the component code 1 Turn on the TV. Turn on the cable or satellite set-top-box, VCR, or DVD and, if applicable, insert media (a cassette or a disc). Please read steps 2 through 4 completely before proceeding. We recommend highlighting or NOTE: writing down the codes and device you wish to program before performing step 2.

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    Checking the component code If you have set up the remote control to use a component, you may need to find out which four-digit code is operating your component equipment: 1 On the remote control, press CBL/SAT or DVD/VCR once. 2 Press and hold SETUP until the red light blinks twice, then release SETUP.

  • Page 59: Changing Volume Lock

    The remote control is set to control volume of a component through your TV while in the TV, DVD/VCR, or CBL/SAT mode. However, in the HP.PC mode you have separate control of the volume. If you want the volume to be controlled by a different component than the TV, you can change the Volume Lock setting to control volume through a non-associated mode (e.g., through the cable in the...

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    Manufacturer’s codes Manufacturer Admiral Adventura Aiko Aiwa Akai American High Asha Audiovox Beaumark Bell & Howell Broksonic Calix Canon Carver Cineral Citizen Colt Craig Curtis Mathes Cybernex Daewoo Denon Dynatech Electrohome Electrophonic Emerex Emerson Fisher Fuji Funai Garrard Go Video GoldStar Using the TV Codes for VCR...

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    Manufacturer Codes for VCR Gradiente 0000 HI-Q 0047 Harley Davidson 0000 Harman/Kardon 0081, 0038 Harwood 0072 Headquarter 0046 Hitachi 0000, 0042, 0041 0067, 0041 Jensen 0041 0037, 0278 0072 Kenwood 0067, 0041, 0038, 0046 Kodak 0035, 0037 0037 Lloyd’s 0000 Logik 0072 0035...

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    Manufacturer Optimus Orion Panasonic Penney Pentax Philco Philips Pilot Pioneer Profitronic Proscan Protec Pulsar Quarter Quartz Quasar Radio Shack Radix Randex Realistic Runco Samsung Sanky Sansui Sanyo Scott Sears Semp Sharp Shintom Shogun Signature Singer Sony Using the TV Codes for VCR 0037, 0048, 0104, 0162, 0454, 1062, 1162, 1262 0184, 0002 0035, 0162, 0225, 0454, 1162...

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    Manufacturer Codes for VCR Sylvania 0035, 0081, 0000, 0043 Symphonic 0000 0240 Tatung 0041 Teac 0000, 0041 Technics 0060, 0035, 0039, 0162 Teknika 0035, 0037, 0000 Thomas 0000 Toshiba 0045, 0043 Totevision 0037, 0240 Unitech 0240 Vector 0045 Vector Research 0038 Video Concepts 0045...

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    Manufacturer Allegro Archer Bell & Howell Century Citizen Comtronics Contec Eastern Emerson Everquest Focus Garrard Gemini General Instrument GoldStar Goodmind Hamlin Hitachi Hytex Jasco Jerrold Magnavox Memorex Movie Time Optimus Panasonic Paragon Philips Pioneer Using the TV Codes for cable converter box 0003, 0008, 0014, 0017, 0007, 0011, 0013 0153, 0315 0153, 0797...

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    Manufacturer Codes for cable converter box Popular Mechanics 0400 Proscan 0021 Pulsar 0000 Quasar 0000 0021 Radio Shack 0015, 0315, 0797, 0883 Recoton 0400 Regal 0020, 0259 Regency 0002 Rembrandt 0011 Runco 0000 SL Marx 0040 Samsung 0144, 0040 Scientific Atlanta 0008, 0477, 0017, 0877 Signal 0015, 0040...

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    Manufacturer AlphaStar Echostar Expressvu General Instrument Hitachi Hughes Net. Sys. Jerrold Magnavox Memorex Next Level Panasonic Philips Primestar Proscan Radio Shack Sony Star Choice Toshiba Uniden Zenith Using the TV Codes for satellite or DBS receivers 0772 0775 0775 0627, 0361, 0869 0775 0819 0749...

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    Manufacturer Codes for DVD players Harman/Kardon 0582 0558 Kenwood 0534 Magnavox 0503 Mitsubishi 0521 Onkyo 0503 Optimus 0525 Panasonic 0490 Philips 0503, 0539 Pioneer 0525, 0571 Proscan 0522 0522 Samsung 0573 Sony 0533 Technics 0490 Theta Digital 0571 Toshiba 0503 Yamaha 0490, 0545 Zenith...

  • Page 68: Troubleshooting

    Press the TV, CBL/SAT, DVD/VCR, or HP.PC button to select the home entertainment component (TV, set-top-box, DVD/VCR or HP MCPC) to control, and then aim the remote at the selected component and press the button you want to use. Eliminate the light by closing curtains, pointing the light in a different direction, or making other lighting adjustments.

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    Symptom Checks I get a poor picture with video Improper control setting. signal input. Local interference. Cable interconnections. Input impedance is not correct level. I get a poor picture with RGB Improper control setting. signal input. Incorrect 15-pin connector pin-connections. The tint is poor or colors are weak.

  • Page 70: Specifications

    Specifications Picture 36.3 (H) × 20.4 (V) in. [921 (H) × 518 (V) mm] Screen size diagonal 42 in. (1066.8 mm) Aspect ratio 16:9 852 (H) × 480 (V) pixels Resolution 0.43 (H) × 0.43 (V) in. [1.08 (H) × 1.08 (V) mm] Pixel pitch Color reproduction 256 levels, 16,770,000 colors...

  • Page 71: Connector Specifications

    Connector Specifications Pin assignments and signal for VGA D-sub 15-pin RGB (analog) connector VGA Signal (analog) number Green or sync-on-green Blue No connection Ground Red ground Green ground Blue ground No connection Sync signal ground No connection Bi-directional data (SDA) Horizontal sync or composite sync Vertical sync Data clock...

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    Pin assignments and signals for DVI-D connector (TMDS can be used for one link only.) DVI-D Signal (digital) number TMDS data 2- – TMDS data 2- + TMDS data 2-shield No connection No connection DDC clock DDC data No connection TMDS data 1- –...

  • Page 73: Agency Regulatory Notice, Federal Communications Commission Notice, Modifications, Cables

    Agency Regulatory Notice Federal Communications Commission Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 74: Index

    30 external speakers (optional), 11 favorite channel, 36 features, 5 fine tune channel, 32, 37 Function menu, 30 grayed-out images on the screen, 4 handles, 1, 4 HP MCPC buttons on remote control, 22 HP Media Center PC, 21...

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    23 buttons, 8 operation distance, 52 programming components, 53 troubleshooting, 55 with the HP MCPC, 21 renaming channels, 38 replacing remote control batteries, 23 RS232 connector, 11 safety, 1 SAP, 42 scan channels, for antenna or cable TV, 33...

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    HP MCPC, 21 V Chip changing the PIN, 48 settings, 46 VCR, 18, 19 VGA, 17 connector, 67 set up, 51 signals, 67 Index VGA connector, 11 VGA input signal, 51 auto adjustment, 29, 40 Video input color system, selecting, 51...

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