LC-M3700 (serv.man29). part-2 PC Operation, Settings adjustments, Troubleshooting , Appendix — Sharp TV User Guide / Operation Manual

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LC-M3700 (serv.man29)
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Turning on Power
■ Before turning on POWER, make sure that peripherals, external speakers, and the AC cord
are connected properly.
■ There are two power supply switches: POWER (main power supply) and STANDBY/ON.
Main POWER switch
STANDBY/ON
■ Please note that STANDBY/ON will not turn power on if the main POWER is not switched ON.
PRESS POWER (MAIN) ON THE 
BACK OF THE MONITOR.
» The STANDBY/ON indicator at the lower-
right corner of LCD panel lights up green.
"Rear view
"POWER (main) switch
"Front view
STANDBY/ON
indicator
INPUT
RETURN
MENU
STANDBY/ON
ENLARGE
WIDE
ENTER
VOL
PRESS STANDBY/ON TO TURN 
THE POWER ON/OFF.
Power “On”: STANDBY/ON indicator lights
 up 
green.
Power “Off”: STANDBY/ON indicator lights
 up 
red.
"Remote control unit
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Basic Operation
Remote Control Unit
■ Generally the monitor is operated using the remote control unit once main POWER on the
back of the monitor has been turned on.
INPUT
RETURN
MENU
STANDBY/ON
ENLARGE
WIDE
LCD MONITOR
ENTER
VOL
INPUT (Input selection)
The display toggles as shown below, based on the setting on the 
menu screen.
Press WIDE to display the “Wide Mode” menu screen. Press WIDE 
or use 
'
/
"
 (Cursor control) to select the screen size.
The screen sizes which can be selected vary depending on the 
type of video signal.
VOL (Volume adjustment)
Press        to increase the volume, and        to decrease the 
volume.
Sound is muted when volume is set to “0”.
Each input terminal has its own volume output setting.
ENLARGE
WIDE (Screen size selection)
Press INPUT to display the input selection screen. Press INPUT or 
use 
'
/
"
 (Cursor control) to select the input mode. 
» In INPUT1 or PC mode, the video selected in “Input Select” 
(page 52) is displayed on the screen.
» INPUT2 can be selected only when it has been set to “Input” in 
“INPUT2 Select” (see page 54).
INPUT1
Off
× 2
× 3
INPUT3
PC
INPUT2
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Enlarge
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55
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Menu Items
■ Menus can be displayed on the screen to enable video and audio adjustment, and setting of
various functions, using the remote control. For details refer to the pages where each topic is
explained.
Menu option selection
INPUT
RETURN
MENU
STANDBY/ON
ENLARGE
WIDE
LCD MONITOR
ENTER
VOL
Buttons used in menu operation
» Displays and turns off the menu screen.
» Returns to the previous menu screen.
MENU
» '/"/\ / |: Selects a desired item on the screen.
» \ / |: Adjusts a selected item.
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT (Cursor control)
RETURN
» Continues to next step.
» Determines the selected item.
ENTER
Pressing         increases a numerical value.
Pressing         decreases a numerical value.
Example of menu operation: Adjusting “Position” in “Setup”.
1
2
3
Press
MENU
 and the
menu screen displays.
Press 
 (or 
) to
select “Setup”.
Press 
 (or 
) to
select “Position”, and
then press
ENTER
.
∫ The position menu screen is
displayed.
Picture
Advanced
Reset
+40
Black level
+30
Color
+30
Tint
+30
Sharpness 
+10
Audio
Power control
Contrast
1
MENU [Picture]
[  0]  –30
[  0]  –30
[  0]  –30
[  0]  –30
[30]      0
Power control
Setup
Option
[Normal]
[English]
[AV]
[—]
[Input]
[Off]
[Detached]
Control Lock
Input Select
Position
Picture Flip
Language
Input 2 Select
ID No. Setting
Enlarge
Panel Protection Cover
Power control
Setup
Option
Control Lock
Input Select
Position
Picture Flip
Language 
Input 2 Select
ID No. Setting
Enlarge
Panel Protection Cover
[Normal]
[English]
[AV]
[—]
[Input]
[Off]
[Detached]
NOTE:
» Due to the type of signal and its frequency, the items in the menu screen appear differently.
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Basic Operation
Menu screen explanation
Menu screen duration
» The menu screen will revert to the normal screen if there is no operation for 1 minute while the menu
screen is displayed.
Language setting
» The On-Screen Display language can be set to Japanese, English, German, French or Spanish.
See page 34 for details.
NOTE:
» Menu options differ between the AV and PC modes, but operating procedures are the same.
» The menu item illustrations in this operation manual are for explanation purposes (some are enlarged; others
cropped) and may vary slightly from the actual displays.
Menu Items (Continued)
"Menu screen example (partial)
Power control
Setup
Option
Control Lock
Input Select
Position
Picture Flip
Language
Input 2 Select
ID No. Setting
Enlarge
Panel Protection Cover
Operation guide
Set Picture Direction
MENU  [Setup···Picture Flip]
Normal
Mirror
Upside Down
Rotate
RETURN
MENU
: Select/                    : Back                  : Exit
Item displayed in yellow
» This shows the current setting for the item.
» This indicates item currently selected.
» Press ENTER to go to the adjustment screen for 
this item.
Item displayed with grey characters
» These items cannot be selected.
∗ There are various reasons why items cannot be 
selected, but the main reasons are as follows:
1. There is no signal.
2. The function is not compatible with the
current input signal.
Most picture adjustment options cannot be 
selected in the following states:
1. When “Underscan” is selected in “Wide Mode”.
2. With a PC (digital) signal.
Item in brackets
This shows the remote control buttons which
can be used with the currently displayed screen, 
and their functions.
» This indicates that an item can be selected.
Items displayed in white
» Operate by following this operation guide.
[Normal]
[English]
[AV] 
[Input]
[Off]
[Detached]
[—]
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PC (analog) input mode menu items
NOTE:
» Due to the type of signal and its frequency, some items are not selectable and greyed out.
» “C.M.S.” is the only picture adjustment item which can be used with PC (digital) signals.
» “Fine Sync.” (position adjustment etc.) cannot be used with PC (digital) signals.
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Picture
Audio
Power control
Setup
Option
Contrast/Black Level
Advanced
C.M.S. (H)/(S)/(V)
Red/Green/Blue
Treble/Bass/Balance
Start Now/When Connected
H-Pos./V-Pos./Clock/Phase
Brightness
Power Management
Lock Item
Menu Display/Remote/Buttons/Power/
RS-232C
PIN/PIN Clear
Wide Mode/DNR/Quick Shoot/
Monitor Speaker Output
Control Lock
Input Select
Input Signal
Auto Sync.
Fine Sync.
Picture Flip
Language
INPUT2 Select
ID No. Setting
Enlarge
Panel Protection Cover
INPUT3 : RGB
PC : Analog
PC : Digital
Menu Items (Continued)
For a table of adjustment ranges for each menu item, please see Appendix3 on
page 68.

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