ASUS SV425-Y Display User Manual PDF

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CE Declaration of Conformity We declare under our responsibility that the product is in conformity with the following standards:

EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011+A2:2013 (Safety requirement of Information Technology Equipment)...

EN55022:2010+AC:2011 (Radio Disturbance requirement of Information Technology Equipment)...

EN55024:2010 (Immunity requirement of Information Technology Equipment)...

EN61000-3-2:2014 (Limits for Harmonic Current Emission)...

EN61000-3-3:2013 (Limitation of Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker)

EN 50581:2012 (Technical documentation for the assessment of electrical and electronic products with respect to the restriction of hazardous substances)

This device complies with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on the Approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC), Low-voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) and RoHS directive (2011/65/EU)...

From April 20 2016 onwards the following directive are valid:

Electromagnetic Compatibility (2014/30/EU), Low-voltage Directive (2014/35/EU) and RoHS directive (2011/65/EU)...

Warning: This is a Class A product... In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures...

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice (U... S... Only)

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules... These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment... This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications... Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense...

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End-of-Life Disposal Your new Public Information Display contains materials that can be recycled and reused... Specialized companies can recycle your product to increase the amount of reusable materials and to minimize the amount to be disposed of...

Please find out about the local regulations on how to dispose of your old display from your local dealer...

(For customers in Canada and U... S... A... ) This product may contain lead and/or mercury... Dispose of in accordance to local-state and federal regulations... For additional information on recycling contact www... eia... org (Consumer Education Initiative)

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment-WEEE Attention users in European Union private households

This marking on the product or on its packaging illustrates that, under European Directive 2012/19/EU governing used electrical and electronic appliances, this product may not be disposed of with normal household waste... You are responsible for disposal of this equipment through a designated waste electrical and electronic equipment collection... To determine the locations for dropping off such waste electrical and electronic, contact your local government office, the waste disposal organization that serves your household or the store at which you purchased the product...

Attention users in United States: Please dispose of according to all Local, State and Federal Laws... For the disposal or recycling information, contact: www... mygreenelectronics... com or www... eiae... org...

End of Life Directives-Recycling

Your new Public Information Display contains several materials that can be recycled for new users...

Please dispose of according to all Local, State, and Federal laws...

Warning: This equipment is compliant with Class A of EN55032/CISPR 32... In a residential environment this equipment may cause radio interference...

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Table Of Contents 1... Unpacking and Installation ... 1

1... 1... Unpacking ... 1 1... 2... Package Contents ... 1 1... 3... Installation Notes ... 1 1... 4... IR remote sensor and power status indicator ... 2 1... 5... Mounting on a Wall ... 3

1... 5... 1... VESA Grid ... 3 1... 6... Mounting in Portrait Position ... 4

2... Parts and Functions ... 5 2... 1... Control Panel ... 5 2... 2... Input/Output Terminals ... 6 2... 3... Remote Control ... 7

2... 3... 1... General functions ... 7 2... 3... 2... ID Remote Control ... 8 2... 3... 3... Inserting the batteries in the remote

control... 9 2... 3... 4... Handling the remote control ... 9

3... Connecting External Equipment... 10 3... 1... Connecting Multiple Displays in a Daisy-chain

Configuration ... 10 3... 1... 1... Display control connection ... 10 3... 1... 2... Digital video connection ... 10 3... 1... 3... Analog video connection ... 11

3... 2... Connecting Audio Equipment ... 12 3... 2... 1... Connecting external speakers... 12 3... 2... 2... Connecting an external audio device ... 12

3... 3... IR connection ... 13 3... 4... IR Pass-through Connection ... 13

4... Operation ... 14 4... 1... Watch the Connected Video Source ... 14 4... 2... Change Picture Format ... 14 4... 3... Choose your Preferred Picture Settings ... 14 4... 4... Choose your Preferred Sound Settings ... 14 4... 5... Play multimedia files via Local Area Network ... 14

4... 5... 1... Set up the network ... 14 4... 5... 2... How to use DLNA-DMP ... 14 4... 5... 3... How to use DLNA-DMR from PC ... 15

4... 6... Play multimedia files from USB device ... 15 4... 7... Play options ... 16

4... 7... 1... Playing music files ... 16 4... 7... 2... Playing movie files ... 16 4... 7... 3... Playing photo files ... 16

5... Change your settings ... 17 5... 1... Settings ... 17

5... 1... 1... Picture ... 17 5... 1... 2... Sound ... 18 5... 1... 3... Tiling ... 18 5... 1... 4... General settings ... 19

5... 2... Network Settings ... 21

6... Input Mode ... 22

7... Troubleshooting ... 23

8... Technical Specifications ... 24 8... 1... SV425-Y ... 24

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1... Unpacking and Installation

1... 1... Unpacking This product is packed in a carton, together with the standard accessories... Any other optional accessories will be packed separately... Due to the size and weight of this display it is recommended for two people to move it... After opening the carton, ensure that the contents are complete and in good condition...

1... 2... Package Contents Please verify that you received the following items with your package content:

LCD display Remote control with AAA batteries Power cord (1... 8 m) HDMI cable (1... 8 m) QSG

Power Cord

Remote Control and AAA Batteries

QSG

HDMI Cord

NOTES: For all other regions, apply a power cord that conforms to the AC voltage of the power socket and has been approved by and complies with the

safety regulations of the particular country... You might like to save the package box and packing material for shipping the display...

1... 3... Installation Notes Due to high power consumption, always use the plug exclusively designed for this product... The product should be installed on a flat surface to avoid tipping... The distance between the back of the product and the wall should be maintained

for proper ventilation... Avoid installing the product in the kitchen, bathroom or any other places with high humidity so as not to shorten the service life of the electronic components...

The product can normally operate only under 3000m in altitude... In installations at altitudes above 3000m, some abnormalities may be experienced...

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1... 4... IR remote sensor and power status indicator 1... For optimal IR remote control performance, pull down the retractable lens from the backside of the display... The LED power status light is also best

viewed when the lens is pulled down... 2... When tiled in video walls, the lens should be pushed up to optimize tiling... 3... You will hear a click when the lens is fully in position...

Push up to collapse the lens Pull down to extend the lens

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1... 5... Mounting on a Wall To mount this display to a wall, you will have to obtain a standard wall-mounting kit (commercially available)... We recommend using a mounting interface that complies with TUV-GS and/or UL1678 standard in North America...

VESA Grid

Table

Protective Sheet

1... Lay a protective sheet on a table, which was wrapped around the display when it was packaged, beneath the screen surface so as not to scratch the screen face...

2... Ensure you have all accessories for mounting this display (wall mount, ceiling mount etc)... 3... Before mounting the display to the mounting kit, follow the instructions of 1... 4 to collapse the lens... 4... Follow the instructions that come with the base mounting kit... Failure to follow correct mounting procedures could result in damage to the equipment

or injury to the user or installer... Product warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation... 5... For the wall-mounting kit, use M6 mounting screws (having a length 10 mm longer than the thickness of the mounting bracket) and tighten them

securely...

1... 5... 1... VESA Grid

SV425-Y 200(H) x 200(V) mm

Caution: To prevent the display from falling: For wall or ceiling installation, we recommend installing the display with metal brackets which are commercially available... For detailed installation

instructions, refer to the guide received with the respective bracket... To lessen the probability of injury and damage resulting from fall of the display in case of earthquake or other natural disaster, be sure to consult the

bracket manufacturer for installation location... Ventilation Requirements for enclosure locating To allow heat to disperse, leave 25mm between surrounding objects and the display... For larger video walls, larger gaps around the display are recommended and depend on the size of the wall...

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1... 6... Mounting in Portrait Position This display can be installed in portrait position... 1... Rotate 90 degrees counter clockwise from the back side of the display... The terminals will be on the right and top side of the user from the back of

the display...

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NOTE: When installing the display on a wall, please consult a professional technician for proper installation... We accept no liability for installations not performed by a professional technician...

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2... Parts and Functions

2... 1... Control Panel

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1 [ ] button Use this button to turn the display on or to put the display into standby mode...

2 [MUTE] button Switch the audio mute ON/OFF...

3 [INPUT] button Choose the input source... Used as [ ] button in the On-Screen-Display menu...

4 [ ] button Increase the adjustment while OSD menu is on, or increase the audio output level while OSD menu is off...

5 [ ] button Decrease the adjustment while OSD menu is on, or decrease the audio output level while OSD menu is off...

6 [ ] button Move the highlight bar up to adjust the selected item while OSD menu is on...

7 [ ] button Move the highlight bar down to adjust the selected item while OSD menu is on...

8 [MENU] button Return to previous menu while OSD menu is on, or to activate the OSD menu when OSD menu is off...

9 Remote control sensor and power status indicator Receives command signals from the remote control... Indicates the operating status of the display without OPS:

- Lights green when the display is turned on - Lights amber when the display is in standby mode - Lights red when the main power of the display is turned off

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2... 2... Input/Output Terminals

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1 AC IN AC power input from the wall outlet...

2 MAIN POWER SWITCH Switch the main power on/off...

3 IR IN / 4 IR OUT IR signal input / output for the loop-through function...

NOTES: This displays remote control sensor will stop working if the jack

[IR IN] is connected... To remotely control your A/V device via this display, refer to page

13 for IR Pass Through connection...

5 RS232C IN / 6 RS232C OUT RS232C network input / output for the loop-through function...

7 LAN LAN control function for remote control from a network...

8 HDMI1 IN / 9 HDMI2 IN HDMI video/audio input...

10 DVI IN DVI-D video input...

11 DVI OUT DVI, VGA, HDMI, or OPS video output...

12 DisplayPort IN / 13 DisplayPort OUT

DisplayPort video input / output...

14 VGA IN (D-Sub) VGA video input...

15 COMPONENT VIDEO Component YPbPr video source input...

16 COMPOSITE VIDEO Video source input...

17 PC AUDIO IN Audio input for VGA source (3... 5mm stereo phone)...

18 SPEAKER SWITCH Internal speaker on/off switch...

19 AUDIO IN Audio input from external AV device (RCA)...

20 AUDIO OUT Audio output to external AV device...

21 USB(FW / Multi Media Function) For FW update / Media Play back...

22 SPEAKERS OUT Audio output to external speakers...

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2... 3... Remote Control

2... 3... 1... General functions

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1 [ ] POWER button Turn the display on or to put the display into standby mode...

2 [PLAY] buttons No function...

3 [ ] SOURCE button Choose input source... Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose from HDMI 1, HDMI 2, DisplayPort, Card OPS, DVI-D, YPbPr, AV, or VGA... Press [ ] button to confirm and exit...

4 [ ] HOME button Access the OSD menu...

5 [ ] LIST button No function...

6 [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] NAVIGATION buttons Navigate through menus and choose items...

7 [ ] button Confirm an entry or selection...

8 [ ] ADJUST button Access currently available picture and sound menus...

9 [ ] MUTE button Press to turn the mute function on/off...

10 [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] COLOR buttons Red: Press to turn the tiling enable function on/off... Green/Yellow/Blue: No function...

11 [Number/ ID SET/ ENTER] button Enter text for network setting... Press to set the display ID... Refer to 2... 3... 2... ID Remote Control for more detail...

12 [ ] FORMAT button Change aspect ratio...

13 [ ] BACK button Return to the previous menu page or exit from the previous function...

14 [ ] INFO button View info about the display...

15 [ ] OPTIONS button No function...

16 [ ] [ ] VOLUME button Adjust volume on internal or external audio sources...

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2... 3... 2... ID Remote Control You can set the remote control ID when you want to use this remote control on one of several different displays...

Press [ID] button... The red LED blinks twice... 1... Press [ID SET] button for more than 1 second to enter the ID

Mode... The red LED lights up... Press the [ID SET] button again will exit the ID Mode... The red LED lights off...

Press the digit numbers [0] ~ [9] to select the display you want to control... For example: press [0] and [1] for display No... 1, press [1] and [1] for display No... 11... The numbers available are from [01] ~ [255]... 2... Not pressing any button within 10 seconds will exit the ID Mode... 3... If an error pressing of buttons other than the digits occured, wait

1 second after the red LED lights off and then lights up again, then press the correct digits again...

4... Press [ENTER] button to confirm... The red LED blinks twice and then lights off...

NOTE: Press [NORMAL] button... The green LED blinks twice, indicating the

display is in normal operation... It is necessary to set up the ID number for each display before

selecting its ID number...

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2... 3... 3... Inserting the batteries in the remote control The remote control is powered by two 1... 5V AAA batteries...

To install or replace batteries: 1... Press and then slide the cover to open it... 2... Align the batteries according to the (+) and () indications inside the

battery compartment... 3... Replace the cover...

Caution: The incorrect use of batteries can result in leaks or bursting... Be sure to follow these instructions: Place AAA batteries matching the (+) and () signs on each battery to the (+) and () signs of the battery compartment... Do not mix battery types... Do not combine new batteries with used ones... It causes shorter life or leakage of batteries... Remove the dead batteries immediately to prevent them from liquid leaking in the battery compartment... Dont touch exposed battery acid, as it can

damage your skin... NOTE: If you do not intend to use the remote control for a long period, remove the batteries...

2... 3... 4... Handling the remote control Do not subject to strong shock... Do not allow water or other liquid to splash the remote control... If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately... Avoid exposure to heat and steam... Other than to install the batteries, do not open the remote control...

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3... Connecting External Equipment

3... 1... Connecting Multiple Displays in a Daisy-chain Configuration The SV425-Y is designed to be installed in a daisy-chain configuration for video walls... Note: For larger video wall configurations, a distribution amp is recommended...

3... 1... 1... Display control connection RS232

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[RS-232C IN] [RS-232C]

[RS-232C OUT] [RS-232C IN]

DISPLAY 1 DISPLAY 2

3... 1... 2... Digital video connection There are a variety of ways to daisy chain digital signals on the SV425-Y... DVI

PC

[DVI IN] [DVI]

[DVI OUT] [DVI IN]

DISPLAY 1 DISPLAY 2

DisplayPort

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[DP IN] [DP]

[DP OUT] [DP IN]

DISPLAY 1 DISPLAY 2

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HDMI

[DVI IN] [HDMI]

[DVI OUT] [DVI IN]

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[DVI OUT] [DVI IN]

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3... 1... 3... Analog video connection VGA

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[VGA IN] [VGA]

[DVI/VGA OUT] [VGA IN]

DISPLAY 1 DISPLAY 2

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3... 2... Connecting Audio Equipment

3... 2... 1... Connecting external speakers

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3... 2... 2... Connecting an external audio device

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3... 3... IR connection

[IR IN]

External IR Receiver

DISPLAY 1

NOTE: This displays remote control sensor will stop working if the [IR IN] is connected...

3... 4... IR Pass-through Connection

DVD / VCR / VCD

(DVD / VCR / VCD)

Remote Control

[IR OUT] [IR IN]

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4... Operation NOTE: The control button described in this section is mainly on the

remote control unless specified otherwise...

4... 1... Watch the Connected Video Source 1... Press [ ] SOURCE button... 2... Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose a device, then press [ ]

button...

4... 2... Change Picture Format You can change the picture format to suit the video source... Each video source has its available picture formats... The available picture formats depend on the video source: 1... Press [ ] FORMAT button... 2... Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose a picture format, then press

[ ] button... {Auto zoom}: Enlarge the picture to fill the screen...

Recommended for minimal screen distortion but not for HD or PC...

{Movie expand 16:9}: Scale 4:3 format to 16:9... Not recommended for HD or PC...

{Wide screen}: Shows wide screen format content unstretched... Not recommended for HD or PC...

{Unscaled}: Provide maximum detail for PC... Only available when PC mode is selected in the {Picture} menu...

{4:3}: Display the classic 4:3 format...

4... 3... Choose your Preferred Picture Settings 1... While the display is playing a video source, press the [ ] ADJUST

button... 2... Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose Picture style , then press

[ ] button... 3... Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose an option, then press [ ]

button: {Personal}: Apply your personalised picture settings... {Vivid}: Rich and dynamic settings, ideal for daytime viewing... {Natural}: Natural picture settings... {Standard}: Default settings that suit most environments and

types of video... {Movie}: Ideal settings for movies... {Photo}: Ideal settings for photos... {Energy saving}: Settings that conserve the most energy...

4... 4... Choose your Preferred Sound Settings 1... While the display is playing a video source, press [ ] ADJUST

button... 2... Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose Sound style , then press

[ ] button... 3... Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose an option, then press [ ]

button: {Personal}: Apply your personalised sound settings... {Original}: Settings that suit most environments and types of

audio... {Movie}: Ideal settings for movies...

{Music}: Ideal settings for listening to music... {Game}: Ideal settings for games... {News}: Ideal settings for spoken audio, such as the news...

4... 5... Play multimedia files via Local Area Network

To play files via Local Area Network, you will need: A wired home network, connected with a Universal Plug and Play

(uPnP) router... Optional: A LAN cable that connects your display to your home

network... A media server running on your computer... Appropriate settings on your computer firewall to allow you to run

the media server...

4... 5... 1... Set up the network 1... Connect your display and the computer to the same home network...

See illustration below to connect your display to a network... 2... Switch on your computer and the router...

Single display setup:

PC

[RJ-45][RJ-45] ROUTER

Multiple display setup:

PC

[RJ-45] [RJ-45] [RJ-45] ROUTER

DISPLAY 1 DISPLAY 2

NOTE: If the apparatus does not return to DLNA mode due to external electrical disturbances (e... g... electrostatic discharge), user intervention is required...

Set up media sharing 1... Install a media server on your computer to share media files... These

are some media servers: For PC: Windows Media Player 11 (or higher) or TVersity For Mac: Twonky

2... Switch on media sharing on your computer using the media server... For more information on how to set up the media server, refer to the website of the media server...

4... 5... 2... How to use DLNA-DMP 1... Please connect display and your PC to the same router via RJ-45... 2... Run windows media player... Set stream handling as public sharing...

Play files from display

1... Press SOURCE button, choose network and press [ ] button...

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USB Network HDMI 1 HDMI 2 Display Port Card OPS DVI-D YPbPr AV VGA

2... Now, you can see all the PCs connected to the same router on the screen... Choose the right one...

3... Press [ ] and [ ] to choose the directory and files to play... 4... You can connect up to 4 displays to the same PC and play same

media stream... We suggest to use DLNA-DMP function via wired network for the sake of higher security and sufficient network bandwidth...

4... 5... 3... How to use DLNA-DMR from PC 1... Press [ ] HOME button, Choose Network Settings and

press [ ]

View network settings Network configuration Static IP configuration Digital Media Render... Network name

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

2... Set DMR as ON...

View network settings Network configuration Static IP configuration Digital Media Render... Network name

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

Off On

3... Set the name of your display...

View network settings Network configuration Static IP configuration Digital Media Render... Network name

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

Cancel Done Clear

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4... Press SOURCE button, choose network and press [ ] button...

5... On your PC, go to Network and Sharing Center, and click Choose homegroup and sharing options...

6... Check the media formats... Then, click Choose media streaming options...

7... Go to Advanced sharing settings, and check Turn on network discovery...

8... Now, go to the directory of your media files... Choose the media file by right click... On the submenu from Play To, You can find all displays connected to your network... Choose the display, and click the media file to play...

Play files 1... Press [ ] SOURCE button... 2... Choose Network, and press [ ] button... 3... Choose a file from the content browser, and press [ ] button

to start playing... 4... Press the [PLAY] buttons on the remote control to control playing...

Tips: Choose the top bar to filter your files by type... Choose Sort to arrange the files by album name, artist, or other

fields... To clear the list of offline media servers, press [ ] OPTIONS

button... Then, choose Clear offline servers and press [ ] button...

4... 6... Play multimedia files from USB device 1... Connect your USB device to the USB port on the display...

2... Press [ ] SOURCE button, choose USB, and press [ ] button...

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USB Network HDMI 1 HDMI 2 Display Port Card OPS DVI-D YPbPr AV VGA

3... The connected USB device is detected automatically for all its playable files, which will be automatically sorted into 3 types:

Music, Movie, and Photo... 4... Press [ ] BACK button to go up to the top layer in the screen...

Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose the file type... Press [ ] button to enter its play list...

5... Choose the file you want... Press [ ] button to start playing... 6... Follow the on-screen instruction to control the play option... 7... Press [PLAY] buttons (H F G I J) to control playing...

4... 7... Play options

4... 7... 1... Playing music files 1... Choose Music in the top bar...

Music

2... Choose one music track, and press [ ] button... To play all the tracks in a folder, choose one music file... Then,

press [ ] to Play All... To skip to the next or previous track, press [ ] or [ ] button... To pause the track, press [ ] button... Press [ ] button

again to resume playback... To skip backward or forward 10 seconds, press [ ] or [ ]

button... To search backward or forward, press [G] or [J] button,

press repeatedly to toggle between different speeds... To stop the music, press [H] button...

Music options

While you play music, press [ ] OPTIONS button, then press [ ] button to choose an option: {Shuffle}: Enable or disable random play of tracks... {Repeat}: Choose {Repeat} to play a track or an album repeatedly,

or choose {Play once} to play a track once... NOTE: To view information about a song (for example, title, artist or

duration), choose the song, then press [ ] INFO button... To hide the information, press [ ] INFO button again...

4... 7... 2... Playing movie files 1... Choose Movie in the top bar...

Movie

2... Choose a video, and press [ ] button... To play all the videos in a folder, choose one video file... Then,

press [ ] to Play All... To pause the video, press [ ] button... Press [ ] button

again to resume playback... To skip backward or forward 10 seconds, press [ ] or [ ]

button... To search backward or forward, press [G] or [J] button,

press repeatedly to toggle between different speeds... To stop the video, press [H] button...

Movie options

While playing video, press [ ] OPTIONS button, then press [ ] button to choose an option: {Subtitles}: Choose the available subtitle settings... {Subtitle Language}: Choose the language for subtitles if available... {Shuffle}: Enable or disable random play of video files... {Repeat}: Choose {Repeat} to play the video file repeatedly or

{Play once} to play the video file once... {Status}: To view information about a video (for example, played

position, duration, title, or date)...

4... 7... 3... Playing photo files 1... Choose Photo in the top bar...

Photo

2... Choose a photo thumbnail, then press ] button... Start a slideshow If there are multiple photos in a folder, choose a photo... Then, press [ ] to Play All... To skip to the previous or next photo, press [ ] or [ ] button,

and then press [ ] button... To stop the slideshow, press [H] button... Slideshow options

While you play a slideshow, press [ ] OPTIONS button, then press [ ] button to choose an option: {Shuffle}: Enable or disable random display of pictures in the

slideshow... {Repeat}: Choose {Repeat} to watch a slideshow repeatedly or

{Play once} to watch once... {Slideshow Time}: Choose the displaying time for each photo in the

slideshow... {Slideshow Transitions}: Choose the transition from one photo to

the next...

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5... Change your settings Using the remote control:

1... Press [ ] HOME button to display the OSD menu... 2... Press [ ] [ ] [ ] or [ ] button to choose Picture, Sound,

Tiling, General Settings or Network settings... Press [ ] button to enter...

3... Press [ ] [ ] [ ] or [ ] button to choose its menu item or to adjust its value... Press [ ] button to confirm...

4... Press [ ] BACK button to go back to the previous menu layer... 5... Press [ ] HOME button to exit the OSD menu... Using the displays control buttons

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1... Press [ ] button to display the OSD menu... 2... Press [ ] [ ] [ ] or [ ] button to choose menu item or adjust

its value... 3... Press [ ] button to confirm menu selection and enter its

submenu... 4... Press [ ] button to exit the OSD menu...

5... 1... Settings

5... 1... 1... Picture

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Picture style Restore style Backlight Colour Sharpness Noise reduction MPEG artifact reducti... Digital Crystal Clear Advanced Game or computer Foramat and edges

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

Picture style Choose a predefined picture setting...

Restore style Restore the last-selected predefined picture setting...

Backlight Adjust the brightness of this displays backlight... The luminance setting by backlight for Energy Star verification...

Colour Adjust the colour saturation of the picture...

Sharpness Adjust the sharpness of the picture...

Noise reduction Choose the amount of noise reduction for the picture...

MPEG artifact reduction Smoothen transitions and haziness in the digital picture...

Digital Crystal Clear Fine-tune each pixel to match surrounding pixels and produce a brilliant, high-definition image...

{Advanced sharpness}: Enable superior sharpness, especially on lines and contours in the picture...

{Dynamic contrast}: Dynamically enhance the details in the dark, medium and light areas of the picture...

{Colour enhancement}: Dynamically enhance the vividness and details of colours...

Advanced Access advanced settings such as gamma, tint, video contrast and so on...

{Gamma}: Adjust the non-linear setting for picture luminance and contrast...

{Tint}: Change the colour balance... {Custom tint}: Customise colour balance setting... Only available

if {Tint} {Custom} is chosen... {Video contrast}: Adjust video contrast... {Brightness}: Adjust screen brightness... {Hue}: Adjust screen hue...

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Game or computer When viewing content from a connected game console, choose {Game} to apply game settings... When a computer is connected through HDMI, choose {Computer}... Make sure that {Format and edges} {Picture format} {Unscaled} is selected so as to view maximum detail...

Format and edges {Picture format}: Change the picture format...

See page 14 for the descriptions about Picture format...

5... 1... 2... Sound

Sound style Restore style Bass Treble Balance Surround mode Audio out Advanced

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

Sound style Access predefined sound settings...

Restore style Restore the last-selected predefined sound setting...

Bass Adjust to increase or decrease lower-pitched sounds...

Treble Adjust to increase or decrease higher-pitched sounds...

Balance Adjust to emphasize left or right audio output balance...

Surround mode Set surround effects for audio performance...

Audio out Adjust audio output volume...

Advanced Access advanced settings to enhance your audio experience...

{Auto volume leveling}: Enable the reduction of sudden volume changes...

{Speaker settings}: Turn on or off the internal speakers... {Clear sound}: Enhance sound quality...

5... 1... 3... Tiling

Enable H monitors V monitors Position Frame comp...

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

With this function you can create a single large-screen matrix (video wall) that consists of up to 100 sets of this display (up to 10-sets on the vertical and 10-sets on the horizontal sides)...

Enable Choose to {On} or {Off} the Tiling function... If {On}, the display will apply the settings in {H monitors}, {V monitors}, {Position}, and {Frame comp... }...

H monitors Adjust displays on the horizontal side...

V monitors Adjust displays on the vertical side...

Position Adjust the position of this display in the screen matrix... Example: 2 x 2 screen matrix (4 displays)

H monitors = 2 displays V monitors = 2 displays

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Frame comp... Choose to turn the frame compensation function on or off... If selected {On}, the display will adjust the image to compensate for the width of the display bezels in order to accurately display the image...

5... 1... 4... General settings

Menu language Monitor ID Eco mode Auto search Clock Scheduling Sleep timer EasyLink Local KB lock RC lock Pixel shift

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

Menu language Choose language used for OSD menus...

Monitor ID Adjust the ID number for controlling the display via the RS232C connection... Each display must have a unique ID number when multiple sets of this display are connected... Monitor ID number range is between 1 to 255... The default setting is 1...

Eco mode Set this display to reduce the power consumption automatically... Note: Factory default setting is low power standby, but user could not reset it to default after setting Eco mode toNormal by Factory reset in MENU... However, user can still change the ECO mode back to low power standby manually...

Auto search Choose to let this display detect and display available signal sources automatically...

Clock Set the current date and time for the displays internal clock...

Scheduling

This function allows you to program up to 7 different scheduled time intervals for this display to activate... You can set: Which input source the display will use for each scheduled

activation period... The time for the display to turn on and turn off... The days in a week for the display to activate... NOTES: We recommend you to set up current date and time in the {Clock}

menu before using this function... After changing the {Clock} option in the {General settings} menu,

you need to set this {Scheduling} again...

Menu language Monitor ID Eco mode Auto search Clock Scheduling Sleep timer EasyLink Local KB lock RC lock Pixel shift

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

1... There are 7 schedule can be set... Go to Status and choose On...

Status Source On time Off time Repeat modes Playlist setting

Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Schedule 4 Schedule 5 Schedule 6 Schedule 7

Off On

2... Go to Source and choose input source... If {Source} {USB} is chosen... You need to set playliist...

Status Source On time Off time Repeat modes Playlist setting

Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Schedule 4 Schedule 5 Schedule 6 Schedule 7

USB HDMI 1 HDMI 2 DisplayPort Card OPS DVI-D YPbPr AV VGA

3... Set On time...

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Status Source On time Off time Repeat modes Playlist setting

Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Schedule 4 Schedule 5 Schedule 6 Schedule 7

On time

Cancel Done

00 : 00

4... Set Off time...

Status Source On time Off time Repeat modes Playlist setting

Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Schedule 4 Schedule 5 Schedule 6 Schedule 7

Off time

Cancel

14 : 00

Done

5... Go to Repeat modes and choose...

Status Source On time Off time Repeat modes Playlist setting

Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Schedule 4 Schedule 5 Schedule 6 Schedule 7

No repeat Every Sunday Every Monday Every Tuesday Every Wednesday Every Thursday Every Friday Every Saturday

6... If {Source} {USB} is chosen... Go to Playlist setting... 0001/0002

Options Exit

Photo

Photo

Video

- Press [ ] [ ] buttons to choose files...

- Press [ ] [ ] buttons to switch Playlist and File Manager...

- Press [ ] button to set or clear the playlist...

7... To save the playlist, press [ ] and choose Save list... 0004/0004

Options Exit

Photo

Photo

[... ]

Movie... avi

\media\photo

Photo1... jpg

Photo2... jpg

Photo3... jpg

Sort

Recursive Parser

Media Type

Save list

NOTES: Each Playlist supports up to 30 files... Playlist will not be cleared after {Factory settings}... You have to

manually remove the files or delete usb_schedulinglist... txt in the USB...

Sleep timer Switch off this display after a specified time...

EasyLink Connect and control your HDMI-CEC compliant devices through HDMI port to this display with the same remote control...

Auto adjust Use this function to automatically optimize the display of VGA input image... NOTE: This item is functional for VGA input only...

Local KB lock Choose to enable or disable the keyboard (control buttons) function of the display... {Unlock}: Enable the keyboard function... {Lock all}: Lock all keyboard function... {Lock but volume}: Disable all the keyboard function except the

[ ] and [ ] button... {Lock but power}: Disable all the keyboard function except the

[ ] button... {Lock all expect volume and power}: Disable all the keyboard

function except the [ ], [ ] and [ ] button:

RC lock Choose to enable or disable the button function of the remote control... {Unlock}: Enable the keyboard function... {Lock all}: Lock all keyboard function... {Lock but volume}: Disable all the keyboard function except the

[ ] and [ ] button... {Lock but power}: Disable all the keyboard function except the

[ ] POWER button... {Lock all expect volume and power}: Disable all the keyboard

function except the [ ] [ ] and [ ] POWER button:

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NOTE: To disable the lock function from Local KB lock or -RC lock item, press buttons [ ] and 1 9 9 8 on the remote control...

Pixel shift For video input sources, you may choose {On} to move the screen image automatically to protect the display from burn-in or after-image symptoms 30 seconds after not operating the display...

Smart power Choose a backlight level to optimise dynamic power consumption and picture contrast... The options are: {Off}, {Standard}, {Best Power}, {Best Picture}...

Wake on lan Choose {On} and you can turn on the display by network...

Switch on state Choose the display status used for the next time you connect the power cord... {On} - The display will turn on when the power cord is connected

to a wall outlet... {Standby} - The display will remain Standby when the power cord is

connected to a wall outlet... {Last status} - The display will return to the previous power status

(on/off/standby) when removing and replacing the power cord...

LED Choose {Off} to turn off the indicator...

Switch on delay

Adjust the power-on delaying time (in seconds) allows a sequential powering-on for each display by their ID number when multiple displays are connected...

APM Choose {On}... Then, when no signal, the display will automatically turn off...

LOGO Choose {off} to close the logo when the display turn on

Information OSD When you press [ ] POWER button to turn on the display from standby mode or change the input signal, the information OSD is displayed on the upper left corner of the screen... Choose {Off} to turn off this function...

DisplayPort Ver... : Set the DisplayPort version to 1... 1a or 1... 2, this setting is only valid on DisplayPort input and output, 1... 1a: Switch DisplayPort Ver... to 1... 1a(default), the DisplayPort output is the clone of the DisplayPort input... 1... 2: Switch DisplayPort Ver... to 1... 2 to support MST(Multi-Stream Transport) NOTE: If the display is black screen or abnormal under DisplayPort source, please switch to 1... 1a and turn AC off and on...

Cooling Fan Select {On} to turn on the cooling fan all the time... Select {Auto} to turn on/off the cooling fan according to the displays temperature... NOTES:

The default {Auto} option will start running the cooling fan if the temperature of 60C (140F) is reached...

A temperature-warning message will be shown on the screen if the temperature reaches 70C (158F)...

After the temperature reaches 70C (158F), for three successive mininutes and a temperature-waning message shown on the screen for 10 seconds, the display power will be shut down automatically while Power LED will be blinking red & green...

Network control port Choose the RS232 control form Card OPS or embedded RS232 in PD set...

Factory settings Reset all your customized settings to the factory defaults...

5... 2... Network Settings 1... Press [ ] HOME button, choose Network Settings and press

[ ] button...

View network settings Network configuration Static IP configuration Digital Media Render... Network name

Picture Sound Tiling General settings Network settings

View network settings View connected network status...

Network Configuration {Network configuration}: Choose how this display should assign addresses to the network resources... The user can choose {DHCP & Auto IP} (suggested) or {Static IP}...

Static IP Configuration Define {IP address}, {Netmask}, {Gateway}, {DNS1}, and {DNS2} for this display... If {Network settings} {Static IP} is chosen...

Digital Media Renderer - DMR Receive multimedia files from the connected device by your network...

Network name In the multiple-display connection, you can rename each display for easy identification... Use the on-screen keyboard or the remote control keypad to enter the name...

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6... Input Mode VGA Resolution:

Standard Resolution

Active Resolution Refresh Rate Pixel Rate Aspect Ratio Stand for ModeH Pixels V Lines

VGA 640 480 60 Hz 25... 175 MHz

4:3 Video Graphic Array72 Hz 31... 5 MHz 75 Hz 31... 5 MHz

WVGA 720 400 70 Hz 33... 75 MHz 16:9 Wide Video Graphic Array

SVGA 800 600 60 Hz 40 MHz 4:3 Super VGA75 Hz 49... 5 MHz

XGA 1024 768 60 Hz 65 MHz 4:3 Extended Graphic Array75 Hz 78... 75 MHz WXGA 1280 768 60 Hz 79... 5 MHz 5:3 Wide XGA WXGA 1280 800 60 Hz 79... 5 MHz 16:10 Wide XGA SXGA 1280 1024 60 Hz 108 MHz 5:4 Super XGA WXGA 1360 768 60 Hz 85... 5 MHz 16:9 Wide XGA WXGA 1366 768 60 Hz 85... 5 MHz 16:9 Wide XGA UXGA 1600 1200 60 Hz 162 MHz 4:3 Ultra XGA HD1080 1920 1080 60 Hz 148... 5 MHz 16:9 HD1080

SDTV Resolution: Standard Resolution

Active Resolution Refresh Rate Pixel Rate Aspect Ratio Stand for ModeH Pixels V Lines 480i 720 480 29... 97 Hz 13... 5 MHz 4:3 Modified NTSC Standard480p 59... 94 Hz 27 MHz 576i 720 480 25 Hz 13... 5 MHz 4:3 Modified PAL Standard576p 50 Hz 27 MHz

HDTV Resolution: Standard Resolution

Active Resolution Refresh Rate Pixel Rate Aspect Ratio Stand for ModeH Pixels V Lines

720p 1280 720 50 Hz 74... 25 MHz 16:9 Normally DVB Mode60 Hz

1080i 1920 1080 25 Hz 74... 25 MHz 16:9 Normally ATSC Mode30 Hz

1080p 1920 1080 50 Hz 148... 5 MHz 16:9 Normally ATSC Mode 60 Hz

UHDTV Resolution:

UHDTV Resolution

Active Resolution Refresh Rate Pixel Rate Aspect Ratio Stand for ModeH Pixels V Lines

3840 2160 30 297MHz 16:9 Video wall application...

Note: UHD resolution is supported only on video wall arrays... Each individual LCD display supports a max resolution of 1080p...

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7... Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Cause Remedy

No picture is displayed 1... The power cord is disconnected... 2... The main power switch on the back of the

display is not switched on... 3... The selected input has no connection... 4... The display is in standby mode...

1... Plug in the power cord... 2... Make sure the power switch is switched on... 3... Connect a signal connection to the display...

Interference displayed on the display or audible noise is heard

Caused by surrounding electrical appliances or fluorescent lights...

Move the display to another location to see is the interference is reduced...

Color is abnormal The signal cable is not connected properly... Make sure that the signal cable is attached firmly to the back of the display...

Picture is distorted with abnormal patterns 1... The signal cable is not connected properly... 2... The input signal is beyond the capabilities of

the display...

1... Make sure that the signal cable is attached firmly...

2... Check the video signal source to see if it is beyond the range of the display... Please verify its specifications with this displays specification section...

Display image doesnt fill up the full size of the screen

1... The zoom mode is not set correctly... 2... Scan Mode may be set incorrectly to

underscan... 3... If the image exceeds the screen size, Scan

Mode may need to be set to Underscan...

Use the Zoom mode or Custom zoom function in the Screen menu to fine tune display geometry and time frequency parameter...

Can hear sound, but no picture Improperly connected source signal cable... Make sure that both video inputs and sound inputs are correctly connected...

Can see picture but no sound is heard 1... Improperly connected source signal cable... 2... Volume is turned all the way down... 3... {Mute} is turned on... 4... No external speaker connected...

1... Make sure that both video inputs and sound inputs are correctly connected...

2... Press [ ] or [ ] button to hear sound... 3... Switch MUTE off by using the [ ] button... 4... Connect external speakers and adjust the

volume to a suitable level...

Some picture elements do not light up Some pixels of the display may not turn on... This display is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology: however, sometimes some pixels of the display may not display... This is not a malfunction...

After-Images can still be seen on the display after the display is powered off... (Examples of still pictures include logos, video games, computer images, and images displayed in 4:3 normal mode)

A still picture is displayed for an over extended period of time

Do not allow a still image to be displayed for an extended period of time as this can cause a permanent after-image to remain on the display...

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8... Technical Specifications

8... 1... SV425-Y

Display: Item Specifications Screen Size (Active Area) 41... 92 (106... 47 cm) LCD Aspect Ratio 16:9 Number of pixels 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) Pixel pitch 0... 4833 (H) x 0... 4833 (V) [mm] Displayable colors 10bits(D),1... 07 Billion colors Brightness (typical) 500 cd/m2 Contrast ratio (typical) 1300:1 Viewing angle 178 degrees

In/Out Terminals: Item Specifications Speaker Output Internal Speakers

External Speakers 10W (L) + 10W (R) [RMS]/8 1 Way 1 Speaker System 82 dB/W/M/160 Hz ~ 13 KHz

Audio Output Phone Jack x 1 0... 5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R) Audio Input RCA Jack x 2

3... 5 mm Stereo x 1 0... 5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)

RS232C 2... 5mm Phone jack x 2 RS232C in/RS232C out RJ-45 RJ-45 Jack x 1 (8 pin) 10/100 LAN Port HDMI Input HDMI Jack x 2

(Type A) (18 pin) Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio) MAX: Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)

Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R) Supports LPCM only

DVI-D Input DVI-D jack Digital RGB: TMDS (Video) VGA Input D-Sub Jack x 1 (15 pin) Analog RGB: 0... 7V [p-p] (75), H/CS/V: TTL (2... 2k), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75)

MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA) DVI-I (DVI-D & VGA) Output

DVI-I Jack x 1 (29 pin) Digital RGB: TMDS (Video) Analog RGB: 0... 7V [p-p] (75), H/CS/V: TTL (2... 2k), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75) MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)

Component Input BNC Jack x 3 Y: 1V [p-p] (75), Pb: 0... 7V [p-p] (75), Pr : 0... 7V [p-p] (75) MAX: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p

Video Input BNC x 1 (Share with Component_Y)

Composite 1V [p-p] (75)

Displayport in/out Displayport Jack x 2 (20 pin)

Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio) MAX: Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)

Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R) Supports LPCM only

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General: Item Specifications Power Input 100 - 240V ~, 50 - 60Hz Power Consumption (Max) 220 W Power Consumption (typ... ) 110 W Power Consumption (Standby & Off) <0... 5W (RS232 in active) Dimensions [W x H x D] 946... 94 x 540... 96 x 71... 1(@Handle)/56... 8(@Wall Mount)mm Weight 15... 3 Kg Gross Weight 19... 5 Kg

Environmental Condition: Item Specifications Temperature Operational 0 ~ 40C

Storage -20 ~ 60C Humidity Operational 20 ~ 80% RH (No condensation)

Storage 5 ~ 95% RH (No condensation) Altitude Operational 0 ~ 3,000 m

Storage / Shipment 0 ~ 9,000 m

Internal Speaker: Item Specifications Type 1 Way 1 Speaker Input 10 W (RMS) Impedance 8 Output Sound Pressure 82 dB/W/M Frequency Response 160 Hz ~ 13 KHz

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