Setting Up the
System for the First
Time — Initial Setup
When you turn on the Communication
Terminal for the first time after installation
and the self-diagnosis is completed, the
setup wizard appears on the monitor screen.
Register your local system data with the
setup wizard using the Remote Commander.
• You can change the settings made with the
setup wizard later using the Setup menus.
• The setup wizard will also be displayed when
you install the PCSA-B384S or PCSA-
B768S ISDN Unit to your system later.
Perform the setup again.
Select the language used for the on-
screen menus and messages in the
Language Setup Wizard.
Language: Select one of the following
languages: English, French, German,
Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Simplified
Chinese, Portuguese, Traditional
Chinese, Korean, Dutch, Swedish,
Danish, Finnish, Polish, Russian,
Arabic, or Thai.
Language Setup Wizard
Use the V, v, B or b button on the
Remote Commander to select "Next",
then press the PUSH ENTER button.
The Monitor Setup Wizard appears.
Set this item only when you connect two or
more monitors with your System. If you
connect only one monitor TV, select
"Next", then proceed to step 5.
Setting Up the System for the First Time — Initial Setup Wizard
Select a monitor from which signals
If you select a monitor from "Monitor
Out", other monitors than that you
selected display no menus.
Monitor Setup Wizard
Dual Monitor: When two monitors are
connected to the System, select
whether you use the dual monitor
mode to allow displaying motion
pictures on one monitor.
On: Enables the dual monitor mode. On
the second monitor still images,
images output from a computer or
captured images from a whiteboard.
Off: Disables the dual monitor mode.
For details on the dual monitor mode,
see see "Using Two Monitors – Dual
Monitor" on page 129.
Monitor Out (or Sub Monitor Out):
Select the output connected to the
monitor to which the signal is output.
This item changes to "Sub Monitor
Out" if "Dual Monitor" is set to "On",
and selects the output connected to the
sub-monitor (second monitor) to
which the signal is output.
RGB OUT: Outputs from the RGB
OUT connector on the
RGB OUT (DSB): Outputs from the
RGB OUT connector on the Data
VIDEO OUT: Outputs from the
VIDEO OUT MONITOR MAIN or
For details, see "Displaying the Picture
on a Projector or Monitor" on page 156.