ASUS ST558 LCD Display User Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for ASUS ST558 LCD Display User Manual PDF

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Connecting the VGA input ... 14 Connecting the YPbPr component video input ... 15 Connecting the S-Video input ... 16 Connecting the composite video (AV) input... 17 Connecting the DVI-D digital input... 18 Connecting the HDMI digital input ... 19 Connecting the DisplayPort (DP) digital input... 20 Connecting external speakers ... 21 Connecting multiple displays ... 22

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OSD menu overview ... 35 Operations in the OSD menu... 37 Picture menu ... 38 Sound menu... 39 Screen menu... 40 Setting menu... 42

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THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE GROUNDED To ensure safe operation, the three-pin plug must be inserted only into a standard three-pin power outlet which is effectively grounded through normal household wiring... Extension cords used with the equipment must have three cores and be correctly wired to provide connection to the ground... Wrongly wired extension cords are a major cause of fatalities... The fact that the equipment operates satisfactorily does not imply that the power outlet is grounded or that the installation is completely safe... For your safety, if you are in any doubt about the effective grounding of the power outlet, please consult a qualified electrician...

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14... Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel... Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped...

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LCD screens, like plasma (PDP) and conventional CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) screens, are also susceptible to 'screen burn-in' or 'image retention' which can be found on the screen as visible fixed lines and shades... To avoid such damage to the screen, avoid displaying still images (like On-Screen Display menus, TV station logos, fixed/inactive text or icons) for more than two hours... Change the aspect ratio from time to time... Fill the entire screen with the image and eliminate the black bars whenever possible... Avoid displaying images in 4:3 aspect ratio over a long period of time, otherwise there may be visible burn marks on the screen as two vertical lines... If display of a still image is required, it is recommended to enable Image Retention under the Setting > Advanced menu...

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Notes on moving the display The display has limited mechanical strength... To prevent the display from performance failure caused by line defects, front bezel bending, glass scratch/broken, light leakage, etc, it must be handled with care... Always move the display by at least two (2) adults... When you want to move the display, make sure the four (4) handles are held... When you want to place the display face down:

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Notes: The type of power cord supplied may differ from that illustrated depending on your region of purchase... Before discarding the package, check that you haven't left any accessories inside the box... Dispose of packaging materials wisely... You can recycle the cardboard carton... Consider storing the

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4... Install the wall mounting bracket on the display and attach the display to the wall according to the mounting brackets instructions... The length of the screw should exceed the thickness of the wall mounting bracket by at least 10 mm... Make sure that all screws are tightened and secured properly... (Recommended torque: 470 - 635Ncm)... The mounting means should be strong enough to bear the weight of the display...

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Indicates the operating status of the display: - Lights up green when searching for inputs... - Lights up red when the display is in Power Save High

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VIDEO IN (YPbPr) Receives component video (YPbPr) signals from an external device (such as a DVD player, HDTV device or Laser disc player)...

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reception from the remote control... IR-OUT: Outputs the IR signal from the IR-IN input socket to

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when the OSD menu is off... Note: The SDI and MULTI-MEDIA functions are not available

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remote control may not operate properly... In this situation, change the light source, readjust the angle of the display or operate the remote control from a location closer to displays remote control sensor...

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Connection Connecting audio/video signals Pay attention to the following notes when you connect cables: Please turn off all devices... Familiarize yourself with the audio/video ports on the display and the devices you want to

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an A/V device (such as a VCR or DVD player) using a component video cable... 2... Connect the A/V devices audio output jacks to the AUDIO IN (AUDIO 2) jacks on the

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A/V device (such as a VCR or DVD player) using a composite video cable... 2... Connect the A/V devices audio output jacks to the AUDIO IN (AUDIO 2) jacks on the

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V device (such as a VCR or DVD player) using a composite video cable... 2... Connect the A/V devices audio output jacks to the AUDIO IN (AUDIO 2) jacks on the

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3... To view video image from this input, press the DVI button on the remote control, or select DVI from the source selection bar...

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Connecting the HDMI digital input 1... Connect the HDMI-1 or HDMI-2 jack on the display to the HDMI output jack on a Blu-ray

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Connecting the DisplayPort (DP) digital input 1... Connect the DISPLAY PORT jack on the display to the DisplayPort output jack on a

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Connecting external speakers The built-in amplifier on the display allows you to output audio signals through external speakers... Connect external speakers to the SPEAKERS (R/L) jacks on the display...

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Connecting multiple displays You can connect multiple displays serially (daisy chain connection) to a computer for management... The number of displays you can connect serially depends on the resolution of the input signal you use...

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Notes: The supplied power cord is suitable for use with 100-240V AC power only... The power cord and outlet illustrated may differ from the ones used in your region... Only use an appropriate power cord for your region... Never use a power cord which appears damaged

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Locking/unlocking the controls You can lock/unlock the control panel to prevent unwanted or accidental operations... Control panel buttons To lock/unlock the control panel buttons, press and hold the /- and /+ buttons on the control panel simultaneously for at least 5 seconds... Once locked, the control panel buttons do not function unless unlocked... Remote control functions To lock/unlock the remote control functions, press and hold the MENU and /- buttons on the control panel for at least 5 seconds... Once locked, the display does not respond to any remote control operations unless unlocked... To lock/unlock both the control panel and remote control buttons, press the button for at least 5 seconds, and then the ENTER button on the remote control... Once locked, the control panel and remote control buttons do not function unless unlocked...

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- If you are not in a DHCP environment (the IP address of the display has to be configured manually), select Manual > Execute and press the ENTER button on the remote control... Contact your network administrator for information on the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS settings and enter them accordingly using the numeric buttons on the remote control...

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Remote network control Once the display is connected via LAN connection, you can access the displays built-in remote network control interface using a computer and the displays IP address... Notes: The computer and display must have the same Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS and

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Picture & Sound The Picture & Sound page provides options for picture and sound adjustments... For more information about how to adjust these settings, please refer to "Picture menu" on page 38 and "Sound menu" on page 39...

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Schedule The Schedule page provides options for configuring current time and date, and up to 7 schedule settings for the display to turn on and off automatically... For more information about how to set up schedules, please refer to "Schedule" on page 42...

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Configuring mail server settings The mail server settings must be correctly configured for the display to send email messages... 1... Specify the recipients and senders email addresses and email subject under Email

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[STATUS] Power Status: Power On Video Source: HDMI1 PAP Enable: Off [Network] IP Address: xx... xx... xx... xx Subnet Mask: xx... xx... xx... xx Gateway: xx... xx... xx... xx Primary DNS: xx... xx... xx... xx Secondary DNS: xx... xx... xx... xx MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx

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Alert report - thermal error If the displays ambient temperature exceeds 50oC (122oF) for over 30 seconds, a thermal error alert report will be generated and sent to the specified recipient... Below is an example of the format and content of the report...

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Alert report - voltage error If a fluctuation in DC power supply to the displays internal components (scaler IC and backlight) occurs, a voltage error alert report will be generated and sent to the specified recipient, and the display will turn off automatically... Below is an example of the format and content of the report...

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Network Provides options for manually setting the displays IP address or obtaining an IP address automatically from a DHCP server... For more information about how to configure network settings, please refer to "Connecting the display to a local area network" on page 25...

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RS232 commands over the network The display also supports extending access to the RS232 commands over a network connection... Below are the steps to follow for controlling the display over LAN through the RJ45 connector... 1... Connect display & PC to hub or connect display to PC with LAN cable directly... 2... Set display IP address... (See "Connecting the display to a local area network" on page

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Contrast Brightness Chroma Phase Sharpness Color Temp... Noise Reduction BFilm Mode Reset E

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Notes: Category A functions are only available when the signal is input from VGA IN... Category B functions allow for different settings for each input signal source... Category C functions allow for different settings for each input signal source and signal type (PC or

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4... Press or to select a feature and press or to adjust settings...

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function is set to On... Contrast Adjusts the contrast of the image... Brightness Adjusts the brightness of the image... Chroma Adjusts the color intensity of the image... Phase Adjusts the color tint of the image... Sharpness Adjusts the image sharpness... Color Temp... Adjusts the color temperature... Noise Reduction Reduces electrical image noise caused by different media players...

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Treble Adjusts the audio treble when Sound Mode is set to Custom... Bass Adjusts the audio bass when Sound Mode is set to Custom... Balance Adjusts the audio balance when Sound Mode is set to Custom... Surround Turns the surround mode on or off...

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Aspect setting... Picture Position: (PIP only) Changes the position of the sub picture... Notes: PAP is not available for all signal source combinations... See "Supported PAP input

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Auto Adjustment: Sets whether to optimize image display for VGA input... Phase: Adjusts the phase of the VGA input image... Clock Frequency: Adjusts the clock frequency of the VGA input image... H... Position: Adjusts the horizontal position of the VGA input image... V... Position: Adjusts the vertical position of the VGA input image...

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Sets the display to enter the power saving mode when there is no signal detected... Low: All sources can enter the power saving mode and wake up the display... High: All sources can enter the power saving mode, but only a VGA signal can

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Uses the HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) industry standard protocol to share functionality between connected devices and the display... To transfer system commands, you need to use an HDMI cable to connect the display to a device equipped with HDMI CEC... Select On in this menu and you can operate the main functionalities on your display and the connected device with one remote control...

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Operating Temperature 0oC - 40oC, 32oF - 104oF Operating Humidity 20% - 80% (without condensation) Storage Temperature -20oC - 60oC, 4oF - 140oF Storage Humidity 5% - 95% (without condensation) Display Orientation Landscape/Portrait

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Picture in Picture (PIP) O Picture by Picture (PBP) O 10 Bit color processing O Built-in video wall support O (10 x 10) Scheduling O Total turn-on time O Diagnostic DC voltage (12V/ 5V) O

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1 OFF 00 0D 2 INPUT 00 0B 3 INFO 00 22 4 ON 00 0C 5 1/VGA 00 01 6 2/DVI 00 02 7 3/DP 00 03 8 4/HDMI-1 00 04 9 5/HDMI-2 00 05 10 6/SDI 00 06 11 7/AV 00 07 12 8/YPbPr 00 08 13 9/MULTI-MEDIA 00 09 14 EXIT 00 28 15 0/MUTE 00 00 16 MENU 00 0F 17 Up 00 20 18 Left/VOL- 00 11 19 ENTER 00 0A 20 Right/VOL+ 00 10 21 Down 00 21 22 HOME 0x41BE 0x0BF4 23 ESC 0x41BE 0x01FE 24 Up 0x41BE 0x0AF5 25 ENTER 0x41BE 0x0FF0 26 Left/Previous 0x41BE 0x13EC 27 Down 0x41BE 0x0CF3 28 Right/Next 0x41BE 0x03FC 29 Reverse 0x41BE 0x15EA 30 Play/Pause 0x41BE 0x10EF 31 Stop 0x41BE 0x07F8 32 Forward 0x41BE 0x05FA

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1600x1200 @ 60Hz 1680x1050 @ 60 Hz RB (WSXGA) 1600x1050 @ 60Hz (WSXGA) 1920x1080 @ 60Hz (FHD)

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Notes: : supported Blank: not supported

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Notes: : supported Blank: not supported

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Have you chosen an unsupported output resolution on the DVD or Blu-ray disc player? Refer to "Supported input signal resolution" on page 48 to select a supported resolution and try again...

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