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PDF Content Summary: LCD VIDEO MONITOR PVM-L2300 OPERATION MANUAL [English] 1st Edition (Revised 3)

Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED. When installing the unit, incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device in the fixed wiring, or connect the power plug to an easily accessible socket-outlet near the unit. If a fault should occur during operation of the unit, operate the disconnect device to switch the power supply off, or disconnect the power plug. This apparatus is provided with a main switch on the rear panel. Install this apparatus so that user can access the main switch easily. CAUTION The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. CAUTION The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off. For the customers in the U.S.A. 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. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. All interface cables used to connect peripherals must be shielded in order to comply with the limits for a digital device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. WARNING Using this unit at a voltage other than 120 V may require the use of a different line cord or attachment plug, or both. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Lamp in this product contains mercury. Disposal of these materials may be regulated due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance ( eiae.org). For the customers in Canada This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. For the customers in Europe This product with the CE marking complies with the EMC Directive issued by the Commission of the European Community. Compliance with this directive implies conformity to the following European standards: • EN55103-1 : Electromagnetic Interference (Emission) • EN55103-2 : Electromagnetic Susceptibility (Immunity) This product is intended for use in the following Electromagnetic Environment: E4 (controlled EMC environment, ex. TV studio). The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1- 7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan. The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety is Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany. For any service or guarantee matters please refer to the addresses given in separate service or guarantee documents. This apparatus shall not be used in the residential area. For the customers in Europe, Australia and New Zealand 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. Attention-when the product is installed in Rack: 1.Prevention against overloading of branch circuit When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied power from an outlet on the rack, please make sure that the rack does not overload the supply circuit.

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2.Providing protective earth When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied power from an outlet on the rack, please confirm that the outlet is provided with a suitable protective earth connection. 3.Internal air ambient temperature of the rack When this product is installed in a rack, please make sure that the internal air ambient temperature of the rack is within the specified limit of this product. 4.Prevention against achieving hazardous condition due to uneven mechanical loading When this product is installed in a rack, please make sure that the rack does not achieve hazardous condition due to uneven mechanical loading. 5.Install the equipment while taking the operating temperature of the equipment into consideration For the operating temperature of the equipment, refer to the specifications of the Operation Manual. 6.When performing the installation, keep the following space away from walls in order to obtain proper exhaust and radiation of heat. Lower, Upper: 4.4 cm (13/4 inches) or more For kundene i Norge Dette utstyret kan kobles til et IT-strømfordelingssystem. Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt Suomessa asuville asiakkaille Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan För kunderna i Sverige Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag AVERTISSEMENT Afin de réduire les risques d’incendie ou d’électrocution, ne pas exposer cet appareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité. Afin d’écarter tout risque d’électrocution, garder le coffret fermé. Ne confier l’entretien de l’appareil qu’à un personnel qualifié. CET APPAREIL DOIT ÊTRE RELIÉ À LA TERRE. Lors de l’installation de l’appareil, incorporer un dispositif de coupure dans le câblage fixe ou brancher la fiche d’alimentation dans une prise murale facilement accessible proche de l’appareil. En cas de problème lors du fonctionnement de l’appareil, enclencher le dispositif de coupure d’alimentation ou débrancher la fiche d’alimentation. Cet appareil est doté d’un interrupteur principal sur son panneau arrière. Installez l’appareil de sorte que l’utilisateur puisse facilement accéder à l’interrupteur principal. ATTENTION Eviter d’exposer l’appareil à un égouttement ou à des éclaboussures. Ne placer aucun objet rempli de liquide, comme un vase, sur l’appareil. ATTENTION Cet appareil n’est pas déconnecté de la source d’alimentation secteur tant qu’il est raccordé à la prise murale, même si l’appareil lui-même a été mis hors tension. Pour les clients aux Etats-Uni La lampe dans ce produit contient du mercure. La disposition de ces matériaux peut être réglementée suite à des considérations environnementales. Pour obtenir des informations de disposition ou de recyclage, veuillez communiquer avec vos autorités locales ou la Telecommunications Industry Association ( eiae.org). Pour les clients au Canada Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Pour les clients en Europe Ce produit portant la marque CE est conforme à la Directive sur la compatibilité électromagnétique (EMC) émise par la Commission de la Communauté européenne. La conformité à cette directive implique la conformité aux normes européennes suivantes: • EN55103-1: Interférences électromagnétiques (émission) • EN55103-2: Sensibilité électromagnétique (immunité) Ce produit est prévu pour être utilisé dans l’environnement électromagnétique suivant: E4 (environnement EMC contrôlé, ex. studio de télévision). Le fabricant de ce produit est Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japon. Le représentant autorisé pour EMC et la sécurité des produits est Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Allemagne. Pour toute question concernant le service ou la garantie, veuillez consulter les adresses indiquées dans les documents de service ou de garantie séparés. Ne pas utiliser cet appareil dans une zone résidentielle. Pour les clients en Europe, Australie et Nouvelle Zélande AVERTISSEMENT Il s’agit d’un produit de Classe A. Dans un environnement domestique, cet appareil peut provoquer des interférences radio, dans ce cas l’utilisateur peut être amené à prendre des mesures appropriées.

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WARNUNG Um die Gefahr von Bränden oder elektrischen Schlägen zu verringern, darf dieses Gerät nicht Regen oder Feuchtigkeit ausgesetzt werden. Um einen elektrischen Schlag zu vermeiden, darf das Gehäuse nicht geöffnet werden. Überlassen Sie Wartungsarbeiten stets nur qualifiziertem Fachpersonal. DIESES GERÄT MUSS GEERDET WERDEN. Beim Einbau des Geräts ist daher im Festkabel ein leicht zugänglicher Unterbrecher einzufügen, oder der Netzstecker muss mit einer in der Nähe des Geräts befindlichen, leicht zugänglichen Wandsteckdose verbunden werden. Wenn während des Betriebs eine Funktionsstörung auftritt, ist der Unterbrecher zu betätigen bzw. der Netzstecker abzuziehen, damit die Stromversorgung zum Gerät unterbrochen wird. Dieses Gerät verfügt über einen Hauptschalter an der Rückseite. Installieren Sie das Gerät so, dass der Benutzer leicht auf den Hauptschalter zugreifen kann. VORSICHT Das Gerät ist nicht tropf- und spritzwassergeschützt. Es dürfen keine mit Flüssigkeiten gefüllten Gegenstände, z. B. Vasen, darauf abgestellt werden. VORSICHT Solange das Netzkabel an eine Netzsteckdose angeschlossen ist, bleibt das Gerät auch im ausgeschalteten Zustand mit dem Strommetz verbunden. Für Kunden in Europa Dieses Produkt besitzt die CE-Kennzeichnung und erfüllt die EMV-Richtlinie der EG-Kommission. Angewandte Normen: • EN55103-1: Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (Störaussendung) • EN55103-2: Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (Störfestigkeit) Für die folgende elektromagnetische Umgebung: E4 (kontrollierter EMV-Bereich, z.B. Fernsehstudio). Der Hersteller dieses Produkts ist Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Der autorisierte Repräsentant für EMV und Produktsicherheit ist Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Deutschland. Bei jeglichen Angelegenheiten in Bezug auf Kundendienst oder Garantie wenden Sie sich bitte an die in den separaten Kundendienst- oder Garantiedokumenten aufgeführten Anschriften. Dieser Apparat darf nicht im Wohnbereich verwendet werden. Für Kunden in Europa, Australien und Neuseeland WARNUNG Dies ist eine Einrichtung, welche die Funk-Entstörung nach Klasse A besitzt. Diese Einrichtung kann im Wohnbereich Funkstörungen verursachen; in diesem Fall kann vom Betreiber verlangt werden, angemessene Maßnahmen durchzuführen und dafür aufzukommen.

4 Table of Contents Chapter 1 Overview Precautions ............................................................................8 On Safety ....................................................................................8 On Installation.............................................................................8 Handling the LCD Screen...........................................................8 On Cleaning ................................................................................8 On Repacking .............................................................................9 On Rack Mounting......................................................................9 Functions Supported in Software Version 1.1 and 1.2.....10 Features................................................................................11 Options .................................................................................13 Input/Output Connector and Adaptor .......................................14 Location and Function of Parts..........................................16 Front Panel................................................................................16 Rear Panel/Left Side Panel .......................................................18 Chapter 2 Preparations Environments of the Installation Location ........................20 Installing an Input Adaptor .................................................21 Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Screen .........................22 Attaching the Bracket..........................................................23 Connections.........................................................................24 Connecting the Controller (BKM-16R)....................................25 Connecting the Multiple Units with the LAN ..........................25 Turning on the Power..........................................................27 Connecting the AC Power Cord ...............................................27 Turning on the Monitor.............................................................27 Settings.................................................................................28 Selecting the Area.....................................................................28 Setting for the LAN to Connect the Multiple Units..................29 Selecting the Monitor (Designation of the Monitor or Group ID Number).....................................................................30 Assigning the Input Signal to the Channel ...............................30 Setting the Display Mode of the Picture...................................31 Adjusting ..............................................................................31 Chroma/Phase Adjustment .......................................................31 Color Temperature (White Balance) Adjustment.....................32 5 Brightness/Contrast Adjustment...............................................32 Chapter 3 Menu Basic Menu Operations ...................................................... 34 Menu Operation Buttons ..........................................................34 Displaying the Menu ................................................................35 Setting or Adjusting in the Menu Operation ............................35 Entering the Channel Number ..................................................37 Aborting Menu Operation ........................................................37 Menu Structure.................................................................... 38 Adjustment Menu................................................................ 45 Overview ..................................................................................45 Menu Function and Operation..................................................45 Input Configuration Menu .................................................. 51 Overview ..................................................................................51 Menu Function and Operation..................................................51 Display Setting Menu.......................................................... 57 Overview ..................................................................................57 Menu Function and Operation..................................................57 Display Function Menu....................................................... 59 Overview ..................................................................................59 Menu Function and Operation..................................................59 System Configuration Menu .............................................. 67 Overview ..................................................................................67 Menu Function and Operation..................................................67 File Management Menu ...................................................... 74 Overview ..................................................................................74 Menu Function and Operation..................................................74 Status Menu......................................................................... 76 Overview ..................................................................................76 Menu Function and Operation..................................................76 Controller Menu .................................................................. 78 Overview ..................................................................................78 Menu Function and Operation..................................................78 Key Protect Menu................................................................ 82 Overview ..................................................................................82 Menu Function and Operation..................................................82 Chapter 4 Operations Selecting Display Mode...................................................... 83 Setting the Display of Native Scan Mode ......................... 84 Selecting the Native Scan/Scan Mode .............................. 85 6 Displaying Two Signals on One Screen (Picture&Picture).....................................................86 Magnifying the Picture (Pixel Zoom)..................................87 Displaying the Picture in Black Detail Mode .....................88 Capturing the Picture of the HD Signal (HD Frame Capture) ................................................89 Displaying the Area Marker or Aspect Marker ..................90 Displaying the Audio Level Meter ......................................90 Displaying the Time Code...................................................91 Switching the Display of the 3D Video Signal...................92 Copying the Setting or Adjustment Value to Another Monitor.....................................................................93 Assigning the Function on the Function Button ..............94 Upgrading the Monitor and Controller...............................94 Saving the Upgrade Data in a “Memory Stick PRO”...............94 Upgrading the Monitor .............................................................95 Upgrading the Controller..........................................................95 Appendixes Specifications ......................................................................97 Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items......................99 Available Signal Systems .................................................101 Available Signal Formats ..................................................103 Aperture Modification Frequency ....................................109 Picture Display Size...........................................................110 Picture·Frame Display .......................................................113 Matrix/Gamma Setting Table ............................................116 Scan Mode Image ..............................................................123 Troubleshooting ................................................................126 Dimensions ........................................................................128 Connection Cable Specifications for Color Temperature Probes....................................................................131 Inserting/Ejecting the “Memory Stick” ............................133 Notes on “Memory Stick”.......................................................133 Menu Index 135 7

Overview Chapter1 C h a p t e r 1 O v e r v i e of pixels may be “stuck”, either always off (black), w

Precautions On Safety • Operate the unit only with a power source as specified in the “Specifications” section. • A nameplate indicating operating voltage, power consumption, etc., is located on the rear panel. • Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. • Do not drop or place heavy objects on the power cord. If the power cord is damaged, turn off the power immediately. It is dangerous to use the unit with a damaged power cord. • Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for several days or more. • Disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet by grasping the plug, not by pulling the cord. • The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. On Installation • Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat build-up. Do not place the unit on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block the ventilation holes. • Do not install the unit in a location near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration or shock. Handling the LCD Screen • The LCD panel fitted to this unit is manufactured with high precision technology, giving a functioning pixel ratio of at least 99.99%. Thus a very small proportion always on (red, green, or blue), or flashing. In addition, over a long period of use, because of the physical characteristics of the liquid crystal display, such “stuck” pixels may appear spontaneously. These problems are not a malfunction. • Do not leave the LCD screen facing the sun as it can damage the LCD screen. Take care when you place the unit by a window. • Do not push or scratch the LCD monitor’s screen. Do not place a heavy object on the LCD monitor’s screen. This may cause the screen to lose uniformity. • If the unit is used in a cold place, horizontal lines or a residual image may appear on the screen. This is not a malfunction. When the monitor becomes warm, the screen returns to normal. • If a fixed picture such as a frame of a divided picture or time code, or a still picture is displayed for a long time, an image may remain on the screen and be superimposed as a ghosting image. • The screen and the cabinet become warm during operation. This is not a malfunction. On Cleaning Before cleaning Be sure to disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet. On cleaning the monitor screen The monitor screen surface is especially treated to reduce reflection of light. As incorrect maintenance may impair the performance of the monitor, take care with respect to the following: • Wipe the screen gently with a soft cloth such as a cleaning cloth or glass cleaning cloth. If you wipe the screen using too much force, the screen surface may lose uniformity or the LCD panel may malfunction. Never use tissue as it may scar the surface of the screen. • Stubborn stains may be removed with a soft cloth such as a cleaning cloth or glass cleaning cloth lightly dampened with water.

8 Precautions • Never use solvent such as alcohol, benzene or thinner, or acid, alkaline or abrasive detergent, or chemical cleaning cloth, as they will damage the screen surface. On cleaning the cabinet • Clean the cabinet gently with a soft dry cloth. Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth lightly dampened C with mild detergent solution, followed by wiping with a h a soft dry cloth. p t e r • Use of alcohol, benzene, thinner or insecticide may 1 damage the finish of the cabinet or remove the O v e indications on the cabinet. Do not use these chemicals. r v i e • If you rub on the cabinet with a stained cloth, the cabinet w may be scratched. • If the cabinet is in contact with a rubber or vinyl resin product for a long period of time, the finish of the cabinet may deteriorate or the coating may come off. On Repacking Do not throw away the carton and packing materials. They make an ideal container which to transport the unit. On Rack Mounting When the monitor is mounted on a rack, the temperature around the monitor may rise due to heat generated from other equipment and reduced air circulation, causing damage to the monitor. To prevent this, keep the space around the monitor (1U or more space above and below the monitor), and install a ventilation fan or take other effective countermeasures so that the temperature around the monitor is within the specified range: operating temperature range of 0 to 35 °C (32 to 95°F). If you have any questions about this unit, please contact your Sony service representative. Precautions 9 Functions Supported in Software Version 1.1 and 1.2 The following new functions are supported for Version 1.1 and Version 1.2 of the PVM-L2300. Software Version 1.1 C h a p Menu Supported function Reference page t e r 1

• 3G/HD/SD-SDI Auto O • 3G-SDI v e r v (in the 3G/HD/SD-SDI menu of the Format menu of i e w the Input Configuration menu) Color Gamut (in the Input Configuration menu) The BKM-250TG (optional) is available. 51 3G-SDI, HD-SDI, Dual Link HD-SDI and SD-SDI signals can be input by installing the BKM-250TG. The color gamut to be used (color space and gamma) is 55 set for each channel. Marker Preset (in the Input Configuration menu) The marker preset data are set for each channel. 55

Aspect Correction (in the Native Scan Mode menu of the Display Setting menu) Audio Level Meter (in the Function Switch menu of the Display Function menu) (in the On Screen Set menu of the System Configuration menu) ALM Hold Reset (in the Function Switch menu of the Display Function menu) Time Code (in the Function Switch menu of the Display Function menu) (in the On Screen Set menu of the System Configuration menu) • Auto 1 • Auto 2 (in the Type menu of the Closed Caption menu of the On Screen Set menu of the System Configuration menu) SDI Payload ID Status (in the Status menu) Software Version 1.2 When the input signal system is the SD signal of 720 × 576 or 1440 × 576 and Native Scan Mode is set to Aspect Correction and the aspect ratio is 16:9, no display area of the left and right sides over the H size (1920) is displayed by sliding the picture with the PHASE knob of the controller. The audio level of the embedded audio signals superimposed on the SDI signals is displayed by installing the BKM-250TG (optional). The time code superimposed on the SDI signals is displayed by installing the BKM-250TG (optional). Auto 1 and Auto 2 can be selected for the closed caption type (when the BKM-244CC (optional) is installed). The information on the Payload ID data superimposed on the SDI signal input from the BKM-250TG (optional) and current signal status of the monitor are displayed. 58, 84 65, 71, 90 66 66, 71, 91 71 77

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• Checkerboard • L/R Switch (in the Function Switch menu of the Display Function menu) (in the Parallel Remote menu of the System Configuration menu) (in the Function Key menu of the Controller menu) Simultaneous display or left/right switching display of the left and right 3D video signals is available by installing an optional BKM-250TG (with serial number 7100001 or higher). 66, 69, 81, 92

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Features The PVM-L2300 is 23-inch LCD Video Monitor. This is suitable for television stations or video production houses, where precise image reproduction is required. The PVM-L2300 features flat panel and “TRIMASTER*”, which is a new technology developed for three elements, “accurate color reproduction”, “precision imaging” and “quality picture consistency,” that are in demand for professional use. “TRIMASTER” decreases the viewing difference that occurs due to the individuality of each panel. Also, the PVM-L2300 realizes the high picture quality and high-trust by the color management system with its wide color gamut device, high-resolution/precise gradation display, animation improvement technology and signal processing of high accuracy/calibration/feedback system. * TRIMASTER is a trademark of Sony Corporation. 23-inch LCD panel developed for the PVM The 23-inch (22.5 inch) LCD panel was developed for the PVM-L2300 and supports the full HD signal. It offers a 10-bit driver, high-speed response, high resolution and high color gradation. 12-bit precision display engine for professional use The panel is equipped with a unique signal process engine developed for the professional use monitor. This engine incorporates 12-bit output accuracy at each process, and provides a high-quality I/P conversion algorithm, scaling processing, panel driving and a highly accurate color management system. Multi color space A color management system which uses the unique 3D LUT (Look Up Table) reproduces the color space that complies with the broadcast standard ITU-R BT.709, EBU and SMPTE-C accurately. High-quality I/P conversion processing A high-quality picture near the original one, in which jagged lines and conversion errors are decreased by detecting the feature of the picture inside the subdivided block and processing properly, is reproduced. The signal delay is decreased by judging the animation or still picture from the past video signal. Interlace display mode The interlace signal is displayed as the interlace picture by inserting the black line without I/P conversion processing. A picture faithful to the original signal and with the same feel as a CRT is gained. For setting the display, see “Selecting Display Mode” on page 83. Black frame insertion display mode Motion blur caused by the holding-type display of the LCD is decreased by inserting the black frame between the picture frames in double frame rate (100/120Hz) operation C h of the LCD panel. a p t e r 1 For setting the display, see “Selecting Display Mode” on O page 83. v e r v i e w Available to a multi signal format The monitor supports various input signals such as 720 × 576/50i to 1920 × 1080/50P, 60P and variable computer signals up to WUXGA (1920 × 1200). A DVI-D (HDCP correspondence), HDMI* (HDCP correspondence) and four option slots are equipped as the interface and the monitor supports HD-SDI, Dual-link HD-SDI, 3G-SDI, SD-SDI, RGB, YPbPr, Y/C and composite signal input. * HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. HD frame capture function The frame of the 3G/HD-SDI input signal is captured and saved as a picture file in the “Memory Stick”. This is used to confirm the color tone and picture angle of the current scene and recorded scene by using the multi display (Picture&Picture) function. * As the frame of the input signal is captured, the data and marker set by the monitor is not reflected. For the operation, see “Capturing the Picture of the HD Signal (HD Frame Capture)” on page 89. Multi display function Two kinds of input signals are output on the monitor. Side by Side mode is useful for adjusting the color or comparing two pictures. For the operation, see “Displaying Two Signals on One Screen (Picture&Picture)” on page 86. Pixel zoom function As part of the picture is magnified up to 8 times without scaling processing, this is convenient for confirming a minute part of the signal. For the operation, see “Magnifying the Picture (Pixel Zoom)” on page 87. Safe area marker and aspect marker functions The monitor is equipped with two area markers and center marker as the safe area marker and aspect marker for confirming the picture angle.

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For the operation, see “Displaying the Area Marker or Aspect Marker” on page 90. Scan selection/Native scan display function You can select from under scan (–3%), normal scan (0%) and over scan (mask of the 5% over scan portion in the normal scan) for the picture display. C h The monitor is equipped with a native scan display a p function which maps the pixel of the signal to the panel in t e r 1 one-to-one mode. You can select the mode from ×1, ×2 or O Aspect Correction to display a signal in native mode. An v e r SD signal of non-square pixels (the number of H pixels of v i e w the signal system is 720 or 1440) or a 640 × 480 SD signal of DVI video/HDMI video is displayed correctly by scaling processing of doubling for the V direction and correct aspect ratio for the H direction, and the picture is also optimized and displayed by modifying the aperture coefficient value, filter coefficient value, etc. in Aspect Correction mode. For the operation, see “Selecting the Native Scan/Scan Mode” on page 85. Black detail mode display function You can reduce to dull black color by backlight leaking and precisely assess any parts with low color gradation. You can decrease the black level up to 40% of the normal display (100 cd/m2 at 100% signal). The parts with high color gradation (higher than 75 IRE) are clipped by the dynamic range of the circuit, but a zebra pattern (selectable) is displayed in the clipped portions. For the operation, see “Displaying the Picture in Black Detail Mode” on page 88. Aspect selectable function A squeezed and recorded signal is displayed with the correct angle. You can select from 4:3 and 16:9 aspect modes. Remote control function (Ethernet control) The controller controls up to 32 monitors by the Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) connection. Up to four controllers are connected to one monitor in single mode. You can control individual monitors or monitor groups simply by entering the monitor ID number or group ID number. You can also execute the same operation on all connected monitors, or put all connected monitors into the same setup and adjustment state. Closed caption display function EIA/CEA-608 or EIA/CEA-708 standard closed caption signals superimposed on the SDI signals are displayed by installing the optional input adaptor (BKM-244CC). Audio level meter/time code display function Audio level of the embedded audio and time code signals superimposed on the SDI signals are displayed by installing the optional input adaptor (BKM-250TG). 3D signal analyzing function Left (L) and right (R) 3D video signals can be displayed in a checkerboard pattern on the same screen, or they can be switched alternately by installing the optional input adaptor (BKM-250TG with serial number 7100001 or higher). For this function, two-dimensional (2D) view is used. The signals are not displayed in stereoscopic view. For the operation, see “Switching the Display of the 3D Video Signal” on page 92. Variable picture adjustment functions Auto chroma, phase and matrix adjustment function are equipped. The white balance is automatically adjusted by using a commercially available probe (Konica Minolta CA-210, DK-Technologies PM5639/06, X-Rite Eye-One Pro). Other features • The color temperature is selectable from D65, D93 and User. • Built-in test pattern for 100% white signal, 20% gray signal, 0% black signal, PLUGE (Picture Line Up Generation Equipment) signal, color-bar signal, 5 step gray scale signal and ramp signal. • Chroma Up function that increases the chroma setting by 12 dB. • Blue only function and RGB cut off function to monitor signal noise. • A parallel remote of the contact point control connector is equipped.

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Options For external control BKM-16R Monitor Control Unit The BKM-16R is a controller of the PVM-L2300 and you can control multiple monitors from one controller. In this manual, the BKM-16R is referred to as the controller. For installation BKM-37H Controller Attachment Stand Used to join a BKM-16R and the PVM-L2300. When the stand is attached to the PVM-L2300, you can adjust the monitor angle up or down. BKM-38H Controller Attachment Stand Used to join a BKM-16R and the PVM-L2300. SMF-700 Monitor Interface Cable Used to connect the PVM-L2300 to the BKM-16R. BKM-23M Monitor Protection Panel The BKM-23M is a panel to protect the LCD panel of the PVM-L2300. Input adaptors The input connector panel is composed by installing the optional input adaptor into the input option slot at the left side of the monitor. Up to four adaptors can be installed to the monitor. The input signal type for each connector of the adaptor is set with the Input Configuration menu, in accordance with the configuration of the connector panel. Note When installing the adaptor, be sure to perform the necessary input signal setup with the Input Configuration menu. If the setup is not performed, the adaptors may not function correctly. For information about the Input Configuration menu, see page 51. For details of each input adaptor, refer to the operating instructions of each model. BKM-220D SDI 4:2:2 Input Adaptor Includes a decoder for serial digital signals (525/625 component). Input/output connectors for two serial digital channels and output connector for one monitor channel are equipped. Note The signal from the MONITOR OUT connector of the BKM-220D does not satisfy the ON-LINE signal specifications. BKM-227W NTSC/PAL Input Adaptor C Includes a decoder for NTSC/PAL/PAL-M/SECAM h a p signals. Input/output connectors for each one composite t e r signal channel and Y/C signal channel are equipped. 1 O v BKM-229X Analog Component Input Adaptor e r v i Includes a decoder for analog component signals and e w analog RGB signals. Input connector for one channel is equipped. BKM-243HS HD/D1-SDI Input Adaptor Includes a decoder for serial digital component signals. Input/output connectors for two serial digital channels and output connector for one monitor channel are equipped. Note The signal from the MONITOR OUT connector of the BKM-243HS does not satisfy the ON-LINE signal specifications. BKM-244CC HD/SD-SDI Closed Caption Adaptor Includes a decoder for serial digital component signals. EIA/CEA-608 or EIA/CEA-708 standard closed caption signals superimposed on the SDI signals are decoded and displayed. Input/output connectors for two serial digital channels and output connector for one monitor channel are equipped. Note The signal from the MONITOR OUT connector of the BKM-244CC does not satisfy the ON-LINE signal specifications. BKM-250TG 3G/HD/SD-SDI Input Adaptor Includes a decoder for serial digital component signals. Time code and audio level of the embedded audio signals superimposed on the SDI signals are displayed. Input/ output connectors for two serial digital channels and output connector for two monitor channels are equipped. Note The signal from the MONITOR OUT connector of the BKM-250TG does not satisfy the ON-LINE signal specifications. Caution When you install the following input adaptors to this equipment, use those with the serial numbers given below. • BKM-220D with serial number 2100001 or higher

Options 13 • BKM-229X with serial number 2200001 or higher • BKM-243HS with serial number 2108355 or higher • BKM-250TG with serial number 7100001 or higher BKM-220D: This equipment may not meet the requirements of the electromagnetic interference standard if designated input adaptors are not installed. BKM-229X: This equipment may not work correctly or C h you may not be satisfied with the performance if a p designated input adaptors are not installed. t e r 1 BKM-243HS: This equipment may not meet the O requirements of the electromagnetic interference standard v e r or work correctly, or you may not be satisfied with the v i e w performance if designated input adaptors are not installed. BKM-250TG: The 3D signal analyzing function does not operate if designated input adaptors are not installed. Input/Output Connector and Adaptor By adding the optional input expansion adaptors, the input/ output connector panel can be assembled in a wide variety of configurations. The signals that each of the adaptors’ connectors supports are given in the following table. The type of signal to be applied to each input/output connector is set with the Input Configuration menu. For information about the Input Configuration menu, see page 51. 14 Options

Input adaptor BKM 220D BKM 227W BKM 229X BKM BKM

250TG Input signal 243HS/ 244CC Component 525/

l a t i gi d l a ir e S 625a a a Single-link HD-SDI a a t u C p h Dual-link HD-SDIa(2)a n a i p t e Single-link 3G-SDIa r 1 Composite NTSCa O v e Composite PALa r v i e w Composite PAL-Ma Composite SECAMa Y/C NTSCa Y/C PALa Y/C PAL-Ma Y/C SECAMa YPbPr 525i/625ia RGB 525i/625ia YPbPr/RGB 1080/24PsFa

t u p n i g o la n A YPbPr/RGB 1080/24Pa YPbPr/RGB 1080/50i (25PsF)a YPbPr/RGB 1080/25Pa YPbPr/RGB 576/50Pa YPbPr/RGB 480/60Pa YPbPr/RGB 1080/60i (30PsF)a YPbPr/RGB 1080/30Pa YPbPr/RGB 720/50Pa YPbPr/RGB 720/60Pa

Number of digital inputs 2 – – 2 2 Number of analog inputs – 1 1 – – a: Signal can be reproduced. a(2): Two adaptors are used. For details, see “Available Signal Formats” on page 103. Options 15

Location and Function of Parts Front Panel C h a p t e r 1 O v e r v i e w 6 OPTION B 1 Tally lamp

connector 2 OPERATE lamp

5 OPTION A connector a Tally lamp With factory settings, the tally lamp lights when pins No. 8 3 STATUS lamp 4 OVER RANGE lamp Notes and No. 9 of the PARALLEL REMOTE connector on the side panel are shorted. By changing the setting in the Parallel Remote menu, different pins on the PARALLEL REMOTE connector can be used to control the tally lamp. For information about the Parallel Remote menu, see “Parallel Remote” (page 68) of the System Configuration Menu. b OPERATE lamp Lights in red when the monitor is in standby mode. The monitor will be in standby mode under the following conditions: • Standby Mode is set to On in the Power menu of the System Configuration menu and the MAIN POWER switch (on the rear panel) is turned on. (The OPERATE lamp will flash for initialization after the switch is turned on, then will light.) • The monitor is changed from operation mode to standby mode by external control. Lights in green when the monitor is put into operation mode from standby mode by pressing the MONITOR I/1 switch of the controller. For information about the Power menu, see “Power” (page 70) of the System Configuration Menu. • When the lamp is flashing in red, the monitor cannot be put into operation mode. (Internal data initialization is taking place.) Wait until the lamp is steadily lit. • The lamp may show the error, warning or operation mode. For details, see “Error/warning/operation mode display by the lamp” on page 17. c STATUS lamp Lights in blue when the error is detected. Note The lamp may show the error, warning or operation mode. For details, see “Error/warning/operation mode display by the lamp” on page 17. d OVER RANGE lamp Lights in orange when the picture is displayed in black detail mode or when the dynamic range of the following item is exceeded. • Contrast (contrast) Flashes when the luminance is decreased to protect the monitor from a rise in temperature.

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For details of the black detail mode display, see “Displaying the Picture in Black Detail Mode” on page Warning/operation mode display

88. Note The lamp may show the error, warning or operation. OVER RANGE lamp Flashes STATUS lamp OPERATE lamp Symptoms The luminance is reduced to protect the circuit from C an increase of h a For details, see “Error/warning/operation mode display by the lamp” on page 17. e OPTION A connector Used to connect a probe for automatic adjustment. f OPTION B connector Used for future expansion. The cover is attached at the factory. Error/warning/operation mode display by the lamp The OVER RANGE lamp, STATUS lamp or OPERATE lamp on the front panel may show an error, warning or operation mode while the monitor is being operated. Error display If the error is shown, please contact your Sony representative. in orange – – Lights in orange – – –: Status except for error display. temperature in the backlight part. g Please contact your Sony representative. • The dynamic range is exceeded when contrast is adjusted. g Reduce the contrast setting. However, when the contrast of the backlight does not increase in the low temperature, the lamp may light. • When the picture is displayed in black detail mode p t e r 1 O v e r v ie w

OVER RANGE lamp STATUS lamp OPERATE lamp Symptoms

orangeGoes out Flashes in Lights in red in orange Goes out Flashes in Flashes red The power in the backlight part is overcurrent. The power in the backlight part is overvoltage.

Goes out Lights in blue Goes out Flashes in blue Flashes in red Flashes in green The temperature of the backlight part is unusual. The temperature sensor is unusual.

Lights in orange Lights in Lights in blue Flashes in red The temperature of the LCD panel is unusual.

orangeGoes out Flashes in green in orange Goes out Flashes in Flashes green The RGB sensor of the backlight part is unusual. Fan error.

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Rear Panel/Left Side Panel C h a p t e r 1 O v e r v i e w a MAIN POWER switch When turned on (?), the monitor enters operation mode. By setting in Power menu of the System Configuration menu, the monitor can also be set to enter standby mode when the MAIN POWER switch is turned on. For information about the Power menu, see “Power” (page 70) of the System Configuration Menu. b AC IN connector (3-pin) Connects the monitor to an AC power source, via the supplied AC power cord. c DC 5V OUT connector (female) Supplies the DC power to the controller. 1 MAIN POWER switch 2 AC IN connector 3 DC 5V OUT connector 4 LAN (10/100) connector 5 NETWORK switch 6 PARALLEL REMOTE connector 7 DVI-D input connector 8 HDMI input connector 9 Input option slots Connect to the DC 5V/12V IN connector of the controller with the SMF-700 or the cable supplied with the BKM 37H/BKM-38H. CAUTION DC 5V OUT connector (female) is non LPS (Limited Power Source) circuit. ATTENTION Le connecteur DC 5V OUT (femelle) est un circuit non LPS (Limited Power Source, source d’alimentation limitée). d LAN (10/100) connector (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) Connect to the LAN (10/100) connector of the controller by using the SMF-700 or the cable supplied with the BKM

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37H/BKM-38H. Or connect to the network or the LAN (10/100) connector of the controller by using a 10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX LAN cable (shielded-type, optional). CAUTION • For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this port. Follow the instructions for this port. • When you connect the LAN cable of the unit to peripheral device, use a shielded-type cable to prevent malfunction due to radiation noise. • To connect the monitor to the LAN (10/100) connector of the controller in 1 to 1 connection (NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER), use a straight (shielded-type) cable. • The connection speed may be affected by the network system. ATTENTION Par mesure de sécurité, ne raccordez pas le connecteur pour le câblage de périphériques pouvant avoir une tension excessive à ce port. Suivez les instructions pour ce port. ACHTUNG Aus Sicherheitsgründen nicht mit einem Peripheriegerät Anschluss verbinden, der zu starke Spannung für diese Buchse haben könnte. Folgen Sie den Anweisungen für diese Buchse. e NETWORK switch LAN: To connect to the network. PEER TO PEER: To connect to the LAN (10/100) connector of the controller in 1 to 1 connection. f PARALLEL REMOTE connector (D-sub 9-pin, female) Forms a parallel switch and controls the monitor externally. The pin assignment and factory setting function assigned to each pin are given below. 5 1 9 6 Pin number Function 1 Sets input signal channel 1 (numeric keypad function). 2 Sets input signal channel 2 (numeric keypad function). 3 Selects sync signal (SYNC button function). Pin number Function 4 Selects whether monochrome image is displayed or the monitor switches the display mode automatically between color image and monochrome image depending on the input signal (MONO button function). C h 5 Marker (set in the Marker Setting a p menu) On/Off (MARKER button t e r function). 1 O 6, 7 Not connected v e r v 8 Tally lamp On/Off i e w 9 Ground All pin function assignments can be changed with the Parallel Remote menu. For information about the Parallel Remote menu, see “Parallel Remote” (page 68) of the System Configuration Menu. To switch each function between On and Off or between enable and disable, change pin connections in the following way. On or enabled: Short each pin and pin 9 together. Off or disabled: Leave each pin open. g DVI-D (digital DVI) input connector Inputs DVI Rev.1.0 applicable Single-link digital RGB signal. To monitor the DVI signal of SXGA or higher resolution, use the cable within 3 m (118 1/8 inches) in length. h HDMI input connector Inputs the HDMI signal. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an interface that supports both video and audio on a single digital connection, allowing you to enjoy high quality digital picture. The HDMI specification supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection), a copy protection technology that incorporates coding technology for digital video signals. Notes • The HDMI audio signal is not available for this monitor. • Use HDMI compliant cable (optional), Category 2 (High Speed HDMI cable), with HDMI logo. i Input option slots Used to install the optional input adaptors. For installing the input adaptor, see page 21. For the input signals, see “Input/Output Connector and Adaptor” on page 14.

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Chapter2 C h a p Preparations

Environments of the Installation Location t e r 2 P r e p a r

Illumination environments a t i o n s The apparent color reproduction on the monitor is greatly affected by ambient light or glare. The LCD device controls the brightness by moving LCD molecules with the backlight always lit. For this reason, in a dark place, an LCD monitor screen shows very dim light leaks from the black image. We recommend that you adjust the ambient light and use in an environment that does not degrade the reproduction of black. Viewing angle The ideal viewing angle is within 5 degrees (up/down/left/ right) off the center of the monitor screen when the operator views the entire monitor screen. Keep the viewing angle within 15 degrees off the center of the monitor screen.

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Installing an Input Adaptor Each input adaptor can be installed in any input option slot on the side panel. Caution When you install the following input adaptors to this equipment, use those with the serial numbers given below. • BKM-220D with serial number 2100001 or higher • BKM-229X with serial number 2200001 or higher • BKM-243HS with serial number 2108355 or higher BKM-220D: This equipment may not meet the requirements of the electromagnetic interference standard if designated input adaptors are not installed. BKM-229X: This equipment may not work correctly or you may not be satisfied with their performance if designated input adaptors are not installed. BKM-243HS: This equipment may not meet the requirements of the electromagnetic interference standard or work correctly, or you may not be satisfied with the performance if designated input adaptors are not installed. Note Turn off the MAIN POWER switch of the monitor and disconnect the AC power cord before installing or removing adaptors. 1 Loosen two screws and remove the cover of an input option slot on the side panel of the monitor. Cover of an input option slot Make sure the MAIN POWER switch is turned off, and disconnect the AC power cord. 2 Insert the adaptor facing the board as shown below. Board C h a p t e r 2 P r e p a r a t i o n s 3 Push the adaptor in until it is firmly fit into the connector inside the monitor, then tighten the two screws to secure the adaptor. For Dual-link operation Two BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC input adaptors or one BKM-250TG input adaptor is required. When the BKM 243HS or BKM-244CC adaptors are used, install the input adaptors in OPTION 1 and 2 option slots, or OPTION 3 and 4 option slots. The BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC cannot be used with the BKM-250TG for Dual-link operation. To connect the cable When the BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC adaptors are used, install the Link A signal to OPTION 1 or 3, and the Link B signal to OPTION 2 or 4.

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Connect the cable to the same input number (both INPUT 1 or both INPUT 2) of the input adaptors installed in OPTION 1 and 2 option slots, or OPTION 3 and 4 option slots. Example of Dual-link cable connection INPUT 1 INPUT 2 C h a p t e r 2 P r e p INPUT 1 a r a t i o n s INPUT 2 OPTION 1 and 2 OPTION 3 and 4 When the BKM-250TG is used, install the Link A signal to INPUT 1, and the Link B signal to INPUT 2. INPUT 1 INPUT 2 For 3D signal analyzing function Use a 3D-compatible BKM-250TG (with serial number 7100001 or higher) and input the left 3D signal to INPUT 1 and the right signal to INPUT 2. Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Screen The 16:9 frame is installed at the factory. The aspect ratio can be switched from 16:9 to 16:10 by removing the 16:9 frame. To display the native scan picture (×2 mode) of the 576/50i signal, or whole picture of the UXGA or WUXGA signal, remove the 16:9 frame. 1 Remove the front frame. 2 Remove 10 screws and then remove the 16:9 frame.

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3 Replace the front frame by pressing it until it clicks. Attaching the 16:9 frame 1 Remove the front frame. 2 Replace the 16:9 frame and secure it with 10 screws. 3 Replace the front frame by pressing it until it clicks. Attaching the Bracket You can prevent falling of the monitor by using the supplied bracket. 1 Remove three screws from the bracket. C h a p t e r 2 P r e p a r a t i o n s Bracket (supplied) 2 Attach the bracket on the rear panel of the monitor with the three removed screws.

Attaching the Bracket 23 3 Attach a piece of string, etc. to the bracket and secure it to the floor or wall. Connections Note on connecting the cable to the DC 5V OUT connector

Bracket String, etc. C h a p t e r 2 P r e p a r a t i o n s Be sure to plug the male connector of the cable into the DC 5V OUT connector of the monitor. Insert the connector so as to fit the shape of the DC 5V OUT connector. Plug the male connector into the monitor.

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Connecting the Controller (BKM 16R) Monitor DC 5V OUT connector PEER TO PEER NETWORK LAN Set to PEER TO PEER. LAN (10/100) connector SMF-700, etc. BKM-38H. Or connect the output cable of the AC adaptor supplied with the controller to the DC 5V/12V IN connector of the controller. Connecting the Multiple Units with the LAN The controller controls up to 32 monitors. Up to four controllers are connected to one monitor in single mode. C h a p t e Note r 2 The controller cannot control monitors in another P r e subnetwork. p a r a t i o n s

Controller (BKM-16R) DC 5V/12V IN connector NETWORK LAN PEER TO PEER Set to PEER TO PEER. LAN (10/100) connector

1 Turn off the MAIN POWER switch of the monitor before connecting the units. 2 Set the NETWORK switches of the monitor and the controller to PEER TO PEER. 3 Connect the LAN (10/100) connector of the monitor and the LAN (10/100) connector of the controller by using the SMF-700 or the cable supplied with the BKM-37H/BKM-38H, or a 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX straight LAN cable (shielded-type, optional). Note When an optional LAN cable is connected, use a shielded-type cable to prevent a malfunction due to noises. 4 Connect the DC 5V OUT connector of the monitor and the DC 5V/12V IN connector of the controller by using the SMF-700 or the cable supplied with the BKM-37H/ Connections 25

PEER TO PEER NETWORK LAN Set to LAN. Monitor C h a p t e r 2 P r e p a r a t i o n s Monitor LAN (10/100) connector of a straight/cross cable. When the switching hub without auto selection function is used, connect the monitor and switching hub with the straight cable, and the controller and switching hub with the cross cable. 3 Connect the output cable on the AC adaptor supplied with controller to the DC 5V/12V IN connector of the controller. Note When the multiple units are connected, set for the LAN before setting the NETWORK switch to LAN (page 29). 4 Set the NETWORK switches of each monitor and the controller to LAN.

LAN (10/100) connector AC adaptor (supplied with the BKM-16R) Switching hub (recommended: with AUTO MDI/MDI-X function) DC 5V/12V IN connector Controller (BKM-16R) NETWORK LAN PEER TO PEER Set to LAN. LAN (10/100) connector

1 Turn off the MAIN POWER switch of the monitor before connecting the units. 2 Connect to the network by using a 10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX cable (shielded-type, optional). Notes • When an optional LAN cable is connected, use a shielded-type cable to prevent a malfunction due to noises. • We recommend to use an optional switching hub with auto selection function (AUTO MDI/MDI-X) 26 Connections

Turning on the Power Connecting the AC Power Cord 1 Plug the AC power cord into the AC IN connector on the rear panel. Then, attach the AC plug holder (supplied) to the AC power cord. The warm-up time is more than 30 minutes, approximately. C h When the monitor is in standby mode a p t e As the OPERATE lamp lights in red in standby mode, r 2 press the MONITOR I/1 switch of the controller. P r The OPERATE lamp lights in green and the monitor enters e p

operation mode. AC power cord (supplied) a r a t i o n s AC plug holder (supplied) Attach the AC plug holder to the AC power cord, and connect the cord to the AC IN connector so that the cord does not come loose. 2 Slide the AC plug holder over the cord until it locks. To disconnect the AC power cord Pull out the AC plug holder while pressing the lock levers. Turning on the Monitor Press the MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel to turn on the power. When you turn on the monitor for the first time after purchasing it, the Select Area screen is displayed. Select the area where you intend to use this monitor. For selecting the area, see page 28. Turning on the Power 27

Settings Selecting the Area When you turn on the monitor for the first time after purchasing it, select the area where you intend to use this monitor from among the options. When the area is selected, the menu item settings suitable C h for the selected area are applied. a p t e r Default value for each area 2 P r e p a r a t 3 i o n s 1 ENTER button UP/DOWN buttons Ent button 1 Turn on the monitor with the MAIN POWER switch. The Select Area screen appears. 1 North America

5 3 3 Temp Setup 4 2 Color Select Area North America B Latin America B Africa B Australasia B Europe B Middle-East B Asia Except Japan B Japan B 2 Latin America 3 Africa Australia/New Zealand Europe/Russia

Color LevelComponent Level Gamut Emulation Middle East

1North America D65 7.5% Betacam BVM SMPTE-C 2Latin AmericaArgentina D65 0% SMPTE/ EBU-N10 BVM EBU Area Paraguay D65 0% SMPTE/ 4 Asia Except Japan 5 Japan 2 Press the UP or DOWN button of the controller to

PAL&PAL-N EBU-N10 BVM EBU Uruguay D65 0% SMPTE/ EBU-N10 BVM EBU select the area where you intend to use the monitor and press the ENTER (Ent) button.

NTSC&PAL M Area Other Area D65 7.5% Betacam BVM SMPTE-C 3Africa If you select either Latin America or Asia Except Japan, one of the following screens appears.

Australasia Europe Middle-East 4Asia Except Japan D65 0% SMPTE/ EBU-N10 BVM EBU NTSC Area D65 7.5% Betacam BVM SMPTE-C PAL Area D65 0% SMPTE/ EBU-N10 BVM EBU If 2 Latin America is selected: Select AreaPAL&PAL-N area Latin America

5Japan D93 0% SMPTE/ EBU-N10 BVM EBU PAL & PAL-N Area B NTSC & PAL-M Area B NTSC&PAL-M area

Select PAL & PAL-N or NTSC & PAL-M and press the ENTER (Ent) button. 28 Settings

If 4 Asia Except Japan is selected: Select Area NTSC area Asia Except Japan NTSC Area B PAL Area B PAL area Customers who will use this monitor in the shaded areas shown in the map below should select NTSC Area. Other customers should select PAL Area. Then press the ENTER (Ent) button. 3 Confirm the settings. Select Area XXXXXXXXXX Color Temp: xx Setup Level: xx Component Level: xx Color Gamut Emulation:xx Cancel Confirm Cancel: Select to cancel the setting and return to the Select Area screen. Confirm: Select to save the setting and end selecting the area. See “Default value for each area” on page 28 on the setting value. After saving and reflecting the setting, you can change the setting with the menu. • Color Temp (color temperature) (page 53) • Setup Level (NTSC Setup Level: page 55, Betacam Setup Level: page 55) • Component Level (page 55) • Color Gamut Emulation (page 55) Setting for the LAN to Connect the Multiple Units C h a p You can control the multiple monitors using the controller t e r 2 connected via each LAN (10/100) connector. You can also P control a specific monitor or monitor group. r e p a r a Set an IP address to the monitors and the controller and a t i o n s monitor ID number and group ID number to each monitor. 1 Set the NETWORK switches of each monitor and the controller to PEER TO PEER. PEER TO PEER NETWORK LAN NETWORK LAN PEER TO PEER 2 Set the different IP address to each monitor and the controller. Monitor: Set the IP address in the Network Setting menu of the System Configuration menu (page 67). Controller: Set the IP address in the Network Setting menu of the Controller menu (page 78). 3 Set Monitor ID and Group ID in the Network menu of the System Configuration menu (page 67). Set the different monitor ID number to each monitor and if necessary, group ID number. You can use the numbers 1 to 99 as a monitor ID number or group ID number.

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4 Set the NETWORK switches of the monitor and the controller to LAN. PEER TO PEER NETWORK LAN C h a p t e r 2 P r e p a r a t i o n s NETWORK LAN PEER TO PEER Selecting the Monitor (Designation of the Monitor or Group ID Number) When the multiple monitors are connected by the network connections, you can remotely connect the monitors from the controller by designating the set monitor ID number or group ID number. Display window Lamp 3 212 3 1 Press the corresponding button to select the connection mode. SINGLE button: Selects single connection mode. The designated monitor is connected remotely. The monitor ID number is displayed on all connected monitors when the button is held pressed. GROUP button: Selects group connection mode. The monitor of the designated group is connected remotely. The group ID number is displayed on all connected monitors when the button is held pressed. ALL button: Selects all connection mode. All monitors are connected remotely. The lamp corresponding the pressed button flashes and lights after recognizing the monitor. 2 Select the monitor ID number for the single connection mode or group ID number for the group connection mode by pressing the UP/DOWN or numeric button. Up to 99 is entered as the monitor ID or group ID number. 3 Press the ENTER or Ent button to confirm the setting. The monitor ID number, group ID number or ALL is displayed in the display window. Notes • When the monitor with no assigned monitor ID number or group ID number is selected, the setting is not changed and the previous connection status is maintained. • When there are monitors with the same ID number, the monitor with the lower IP address is selected. • Even if a different monitor ID number is set to the monitors, when the same IP address is set to another monitor, the monitor cannot be connected to the network. Assigning the Input Signal to the Channel When you assign the input signal to the channel, you can select the channel and change the input signal by pressing the numeric button. The input signal is assigned to one of channels 1 to 30. 1

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1 Select the channel (CH1 to CH30) to be assigned by pressing the numeric button of the controller. To assign to a channel number from 1 to 9, press the appropriate one-digit channel number on the numeric keypad. To assign to a channel number from 10 to 30, press the 0 button, then press the appropriate two-digit channel number. 2 Set the input signal for the selected channel in Input Configuration menu (page 51). The required setting is different due to the input signal or picture quality to be displayed. For details of the setting, see the Input Configuration menu (page 51). Setting the Display Mode of the Picture Set the display mode condition of the input signal to display on the screen. The setting items are following. • Setting Matrix/Gamma (transmission matrix and transmission gamma) • Selecting the color gamut (color space and gamma) 1 Set Matrix/Gamma in the Matrix/Gamma menu (page 54) of the Input Configuration menu. 2 Select the color gamut (color space and gamma) in the Emulation menu (page 55) of the Color Gamut menu of the Input Configuration menu. Adjusting Before adjusting The monitor must be warmed up sufficiently. To perform stable color reproduction, turn on the power of the monitor, display the white signal and leave it in this state for more than 30 minutes. About monitor adjustment The monitor is used as a measuring instrument and is C h a required to faithfully reproduce the input signal. To p t e measure the signal accurately, the monitor must be r 2 calibrated correctly using a reference signal. P r To calibrate, adjust the following items in sequence. e p a r a t i o 1 Chroma/phase adjustment n s You can save the adjustment value in Preset1 to Preset5. The data of Preset1 to Preset5 is set to the channel in the Picture Preset menu (page 53) of the Input Configuration menu. Adjust the picture automatically with the auto chroma/ phase/matrix function for every signal format and signal system to display the composite signal or Y/C signal from the BKM-227W, or analog component signal or analog RGB signal from the BKM-229X. If the picture is not adjusted, the picture may not be displayed correctly. 2 Color Temperature (white balance) adjustment You can adjust the data set to the channel in the Color Temp menu (page 53) of the Input Configuration menu. You can adjust D93, D65 or User1 to User5. 3 Brightness/Contrast adjustment You can save the adjustment value in Preset1 to Preset5. The data of Preset1 to Preset5 is set to the channel in the Picture Preset menu (page 53) of the Input Configuration menu. Chroma/Phase Adjustment Automatic adjustment (with auto chroma/phase/matrix function) is required for each signal format, signal system and matrix to display the composite or Y/C signal from the BKM-227W, or the analog component or analog RGB signal from the BKM-229X. As you can automatically adjust the chroma, phase, matrix and also 100% (white) and 0% (black) levels of the monitor to the same as those of the reference signal by performing the automatic adjustment, the automatic adjustment is also effective for the RGB signal. Perform the manual adjustment of chroma and phase to adjust them further after automatic adjustment or the digital signal from the BKM-220D, BKM-243HS, BKM 244CC or BKM-250TG.

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Automatic adjustment (recommended) 1 Input the reference color-bar signal to the monitor. 2 Select Auto in the Picture Adj menu of the Adjustment menu and perform the automatic adjustment of the chroma, phase and matrix in Auto Adjust (page 45). Manual adjustment The following is the example of the method to perform the manual adjustment of the chroma and phase. C 1 Input the multi format color-bar signal or SMPTE h a p color-bar signal to the monitor. t e r 2 2 Set the BLUE ONLY button to on. P r e p a r Red and green signals are cut, and only the blue signal a t i o is displayed as a monochrome picture. n s The following is the example of the adjustment when the multi format color-bar signal is used. 3 Select the Manual Adjust menu (page 46) in the Picture Adj menu of the Adjustment menu and adjust the levels with the CHROMA or PHASE knob of the controller while tracking so that the brightness of bars “a” (Blue part) and “b” (75% White part) (in the following illustration) are the same. For the composite and Y/C signals Adjust the levels with the CHROMA and PHASE knob. For the component signal Adjust the levels with the CHROMA knob. ) e u l B ( a b (75% White) 4 Press the ENTER or Ent button. The adjusted data is confirmed. 5 Set the BLUE ONLY button to off. Color Temperature (White Balance) Adjustment You can adjust manually or automatically with a specified color temperature probe. Note When the DVI Computer signal or computer signal input of HDMI is displayed, the color temperature cannot be adjusted automatically. Perform the manual adjustment of the color temperature. Automatic adjustment Use one of the following probes. • Konica Minolta CA-210 • DK-Technologies PM5639/06 • X-Rite Eye-One Pro 1 Connect the color temperature probe. For the cable to connect the color temperature probe, see page 131. 2 Select Auto Adjust (page 48) in the Color Temp Adj menu of the Adjustment menu and adjust the color temperature. Manual adjustment 1 Select Manual Adjust (page 47) in Manual of the Color Temp Adj menu of the Adjustment menu. 2 Adjust the color as desired with the PHASE, CHROMA or BRIGHT knob. 3 Press the ENTER or Ent button. The adjusted data is confirmed. Brightness/Contrast Adjustment As an image on a color video monitor is seen differently according to the ambient light (environmental brightness), adjust the brightness (black level) according to the ambient light and the black level of the image to be reproduced and adjust the contrast (white level) according to the ambient light. Adjust the brightness/contrast with an external reference signal of a multi format color-bar signal or SMPTE color bar signal. 1 Input the multi format color-bar signal or SMPTE color-bar signal to the monitor.

32 Adjusting The following are explained as the example when the multi format color-bar signal is used for adjustment. 2 Select the Manual Adjust menu (page 46) in the Picture Adj menu of the Adjustment menu. 3 Adjust the –2%, 0% and +2% ranges or the 0%, +2% and +4% ranges of the PLUGE signal section of the color-bar with the BRIGHT knob. HD signal Adjust so that the –2% and 0% ranges are seen as equal C and the +2% and 0% ranges are more distinctive. h a p t e r SD signal 2 Adjust so that the 0% and +2% ranges are seen as equal P r e and the +2% and +4% ranges are more distinctive. p a r a t i o n s HD SD +4% 0% -2% +2% 0% 4 Adjust so that the luminance of the 100% white signal of the color-bar is set to the desired value with the CONTRAST knob. We recommend adjusting the luminance to 100 [cd/ m2] when Preset1 to Preset5 is selected in the Picture Preset menu of the Input Configuration menu. 5 As the brightness and contrast adjustments affect each other, repeat the adjustments of step 3 and 4. Note When the contrast of this unit is adjusted, the luminance of the backlight is adjusted for a picture of luminance 40 [cd/ m2] (20 [cd/m2] in black frame insertion or interlace display mode) or higher, and the contrast is adjusted by the signal level for a picture of luminance lower than 40 [cd/ m2] (20 [cd/m2] in black frame insertion or interlace display mode). Adjusting 33

Chapter3 C h Menu Basic Menu Operations

Menu Operation Buttons a p t e r 3 M The menu is operated using the menu operation buttons on e n u the controller (BKM-16R, optional). Controller (BKM-16R) 1 UP/DOWN buttons 2 MENU button 3 ENTER button 4 PHASE knob REMOTE INPUT

UP MENU DOWN ENTER PHASE CHROMA BRIGHT CONTRAST MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL SINGLE SINGLE GROUP ALL GROUP ALL 1 2 3 Del 4 5 6 0 7 8 9 Ent

The functions of the menu operation buttons are described below. Button Function 1 UP button Moves the cursor upward. In setting mode, increases the setting or adjustment value. 1 DOWN button Moves the cursor downward. In setting mode, decreases the setting or 5 Numeric buttons 6 Ent button 7 Del button Button Function 4 PHASE knob By turning this knob clockwise, the cursor moves upward. In setting mode, increases the setting or adjustment value (has the same function as UP button). By turning this knob counterclockwise, the cursor moves downward. In setting mode, decreases the setting or adjustment value (has the same function as DOWN button).

adjustment value. 2 MENU button Displays the menu. Goes back to the 5 Numeric buttons Enters the numerical values. 3 ENTER button menu of the upper level. (On the main menu, goes back to the normal picture.) Changes the item. In setting mode, confirms the adjustment or setting value. 6 Ent button Changes the item. In setting mode, confirms the adjustment or setting value. 7 Del button Deletes the values and characters entered.

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Displaying the Menu Press the MENU button. The main menu is displayed on the screen. MENU Adjustment B Input Configuration B Display Setting B Display Function B System ConfigurationB File Management B Status B Controller B Key Protect: xxx When you select one item on the main menu, the level 1 menu of the selected item appears. For the items on the menu, see “Menu Structure” on page 38. The current settings are displayed in place of the x marks on the illustrations of the menu screen. vV iInput Configuration 1/3 CH01 Format B Slot No: xxxxx Input No: xxxxx Screen Aspect B Sync Mode: xxx Color Temp: xxx Picture Preset: xxxxx Matrix/Gamma B Color Gamut B 4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the desired menu is C h a displayed. p t e r 3 For more information about setting and adjustments, M see below. e n u Display example Indicates that

Notes • Menu items displayed in gray cannot be selected. • This menu is not displayed when Pixel Zoom is set to on. Setting or Adjusting in the Menu Operation 1 Press the MENU button. The main menu is displayed. 2 Using the UP or DOWN button or PHASE knob, select the desired item. (Example: select the Input Configuration menu by pressing the DOWN button.) MENU Adjustment B Input Configuration B Display Setting B Display Function B System ConfigurationB File Management B Status B Controller B Key Protect: xxx vV iInput Configuration 1/3 CH01 Format B Slot No: xxxxx Input No: xxxxx Screen Aspect B Sync Mode: xxx Color Temp: xxx Picture Preset: xxxxx Matrix/Gamma B Color Gamut B vV iInput Configuration 2/3 CH01 Marker Preset: xxxxx H Shift Offset: xxx Channel Name B NTSC Setup Level:: xx Component Level: xxxxx Betacam Setup Level:: xxx RGB Range: B 1080I/PsF B Choosing the setting value the menu continues onto next page. Chooses the setting value. Indicates that this item has sub-list. You can go to the lower level. Indicates that the menu is continued from previous page. Enters numerical values.

3 Press the ENTER or Ent button. The level 1 of the selected menu is displayed. The method for selecting the value is different due to the menu item. • Selecting in setting mode • Selecting from the setting list

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When selecting in setting mode 1 Using the UP or DOWN button or PHASE knob, select the desired item and press the ENTER or Ent button. The cursor moves to the setting value and the monitor The cursor moves to the setting value and the monitor enters in setting mode. Display example

enters in setting mode. Display example vV iInput Configuration 1/3 CH01 Format B Slot No: xxxxx Input No: xxxxx Screen Aspect B Sync Mode: xxx vV iInput Configuration 2/3 CH01 Marker Preset xxxxx H Shift Offset: xxx Channel Name B NTSC Setup Level:: xx Component Level: xxxxx Betacam Setup Level:: xxx RGB Range: B 1080I/PsF B Cursor

Color Temp: xxx Picture Preset: xxxxx C Matrix/Gamma B h a Color Gamut B p t e r 3 Set: ENTER Cancel: MENU M e n u 2 Using the UP or DOWN button or PHASE knob, select the setting value. 3 Press the ENTER or Ent button. The setting is confirmed and the cursor returns to the item. When selecting from the setting list 1 Using the UP or DOWN button or PHASE knob, select the desired item in the setting list. Display example Set: ENTER Cancel: MENU 2 Select the value in one of the following three ways: • Enter the value directly using the numeric buttons and press the ENTER or Ent button. (only the item whose the value of setting range is over 0) • Select the value using the UP or DOWN button. • Select the value using the PHASE knob. 3 Press the ENTER or Ent button. The setting is confirmed and the cursor returns to the item. Entering characters 1 Using the UP or DOWN button or PHASE knob, select New Name or the existing name. The “---” means that one or more characters can be vV iiiParallel Remote 1/4 1 Pin CH: 01 --- Under Scan Over Scan Native Scan 16 : 9 H Delay V Delay External Sync Comb 2 Press the ENTER or Ent button. entered in sequence after the existing name. 2 Press the ENTER or Ent button. 3 Using the UP or DOWN button or PHASE knob, select the characters that you wish to enter. Display example iiChannel Name CH01 PROG___ EDIT___ CAM___ VTR___ PREV___

The setting is confirmed and the display returns to the menu of the upper level. Entering numerical values 1 Using the UP or DOWN button or PHASE knob, select the desired item and press the ENTER or Ent button. New Name

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When you press the UP button or turn the PHASE knob clockwise, the characters and symbols appear in the sequence shown below. Capital letters (A t B t ....... t Y t Z) t Lower case letters (a t b t ....... t y t z) t Numbers (0 t 1 t ....... t 8 t 9) t Marks t Capital letters... When you press the DOWN button or turn the PHASE knob counterclockwise, the characters and symbols appear in the reverse sequence described above. The usable symbols are limited depending on the menu. “(space)” is not used as a first character of a sentence. 4 Press the ENTER or Ent button. The selected character is entered. Display example iiChannel Name CH01 PROG___ EDIT___ CAM___ VTR___ PREV___ New Name C 5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all the characters are entered, then press the ENTER or Ent button. The selected characters are confirmed and the display returns to the menu of the upper level. To correct the entered character Press the Del button. The character on the left side of the cursor is deleted. Entering the Channel Number When selecting a one-digit number, press the button of the channel number. When selecting a two-digit number, first press the 0 button, then press a two-digit channel number. Channel numbers 91 to 97 assignment The signal systems to which the internal signal is displayed are assigned to channel numbers 91 to 97. The internal signal of the last signal system is displayed. 091: PLUGE signal 092: 20% gray signal 093: 100% white signal 094: Five-step gray scale signal 095: Ramp signal 096: color-bar signal 097: 0% black signal To cancel the internal signal, select one from the channel numbers 1 to 30. Note You cannot select channel numbers 91 to 97 in the following cases: • When the DVI Computer format signal or computer signal of HDMI is input • When Side by Side is set to On • When Pixel Zoom is set to on C h a Aborting Menu Operation p t e r 3 M e Press the MENU button. The menu of the upper level is n u displayed. When the MENU button is pressed in setting mode or during adjustment, the menu returns to the previous setting.

Basic Menu Operations 37 Menu Structure For details of each menu, see the page in parentheses. Adjustment menu (page 45) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Adjustment Picture Adj Auto Auto Adjust Color Bar Restore Factory Data Status Slot No Format Matrix Manual Adjust Copy From Preset Value C Other Monitor Monitor ID h a Memory Stick p t e r Color Temp Adj Manual Manual Adjust 3 Original Value M Signal e n Contrast Hold u Auto Auto Adjust Target Color Temp x y Target Luminance Probe Contrast Hold Copy From Preset Value Other Monitor Monitor ID Memory Stick Restore Factory Data Position Adj H Shift V Shift 38 Menu Structure Input Configuration menu (page 51) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Input Configuration Format 3G/HD/SD-SDI Dual Link HD-SDI Composite YC Component DVI HDMI Slot No Input No Screen Aspect SD Sync Mode HDMI Auto Color Temp Picture Preset Matrix/Gamma HD SD DVI/HDMI Computer HDMI Auto C Color Gamut Emulation h a Marker Preset p t H Shift Offset e r Channel Name 3 NTSC Setup Level M Component Level e n Betacam Setup Level u RGB Range DVI Video DVI Computer HDMI HDMI Auto 1080I/PsF 24PsF 25PsF/50I 30PsF/60I Copy From Other CH Other Monitor Monitor ID Memory Stick Display Setting menu (page 57) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Display Setting User Matrix/Gamma User Data Matrix Gamma Copy From Preset Value Other Monitor Monitor ID Memory Stick Native Scan Mode Aperture Value NTSC Comb Filter Filter Switch Peak White Control Menu Structure 39 Display Function menu (page 59) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Display Function Marker Setting Aspect Blanking Aspect Blanking Mode Aspect Marker Aspect Marker Aspect Mode Aspect Line Color Bright Area Marker 1 Area Marker 1 Aspect Mode Aspect Area Size Width Height Mode Line C Color h a Bright p t e r 3 Area Marker 2 Area Marker 2 Aspect Mode M Aspect e n u Area Size Width Height Mode Line Color Bright Center Marker Center Marker Mode Color Bright H Position V Position Copy From Preset Value Other Monitor Monitor ID Memory Stick P&P Setting Side by Side Line Display Line Color Line Bright Pixel Zoom Setting Line Color Black Detail Setting Clip Indicator Zebra Pattern Line Modulation 40 Menu Structure Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Capture Load Rename Delete Internal Signal Function Switch Scan Mode Native Scan 16:9 H Delay V Delay External Sync Comb Aperture Mono Blue Only R Off G Off B Off C Chroma Up h Black Frame Insertion a p Interlace t e r Marker 3 Aspect Marker M Area Marker 1 e Area Marker 2 n u Side by Side Black Detail Mode Audio Level Meter ALM Hold Reset Time Code Checkerboard L/R Switch Menu Structure 41 System Configuration menu (page 67) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 System Configuration Network Monitor ID Group ID Network Setting IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Address SNMP Setting Contact Name Location Trap Mode Trap Address Setting Trap Address Status Reset Mode/Address Community Authentication Protocol Setting SDCP/SDAP Community SDCP Port No C SDAP Port No h a SDAP Broadcast p t SDAP Broadcast Period e r Acceptable IP Address 3 Reset Protocol Setting M e n Parallel Remote Parallel Remote u 1 Pin - 8 Pin Power Standby Mode Power On Status Default CH On Screen Set Input Information Format Position CH No Position CH Name Position Scan Mode Position Closed Caption Closed Caption Type Service 708 Service 608 OSD Level Audio Level Meter Audio CH Position Transparency Peak Hold Time Code VITC/LTC Position Password Change Password Apply Password Adjustment Input Configuration Display Setting Display Function System Configuration Individual Item Network Parallel Remote File Management Power Controller On Screen Set Key Protect Date/Time Scan Mode Skip Date/Time Scan Mode Skip Monitor Upgrade Software Upgrade Kernel Upgrade FPGA Upgrade Maintenance 42 Menu Structure File Management menu (page 74) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 File Management Save To Memory Stick Copy From Other Monitor Monitor ID Memory Stick Delete Memory Stick Data Maintenance Back Up System Data Restore System Data C h Status menu (page 76) a p t e r 3 Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 M e n u Status CH Status Slot Status Option1-Option4 Model Name Serial No SDI Payload ID Status Payload ID Video Standard Sampling Structure Bit-Depth Picture Rate I/PsF/P Link Mumber Current Status Format I/PsF/P HDMI Status Pixel Encoding Color Depth Matrix/Gamma RGB Range Model Name Serial No Software Version Operation Time Backlight Network Switch Controller Status Model Name Serial No Software Version Network Switch Menu Structure 43 Controller menu (page 78) / Key Protect menu (page 82) Main menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Controller Network Network Setting IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Address SNMP Setting Contact Name Location Trap Mode Trap Address Setting Trap Address Status Reset Mode/Address Authentication Community Protocol Setting SDCP/SDAP Community SDCP Port No SDAP Port No C SDAP Broadcast h a SDAP Broadcast Period p t Reset Protocol Setting e r Function Key F1 - F16 3 M Monitor ID Display e n u Controller Upgrade Software Upgrade Kernel Upgrade Key Protect 44 Menu Structure

Adjustment Menu Overview Adjusts the picture, color temperature, etc. When Adjustment is selected, the following menu is Note

displayed. This menu is not selectable in the following cases: • When Side by Side is set to On iAdjustment Picture Adj B Color Temp Adj B Position Adj B C h a p t e r 3 M e n u Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Picture Adj Adjusts the chroma, phase, matrix and signal level automatically and contrast, brightness, chroma and phase to set the preset value to picture adjustment preset data. When the item is selected, the picture adjustment preset data to be set is displayed. To change the picture adjustment preset data to be adjusted, you can select from Preset1, Preset2, Preset3, Preset4 and Preset5 in the Picture Preset menu of the Input Configuration menu. For information about the Input Configuration menu, see page 51. Auto Sets the automatic adjustment of chroma, phase, matrix and signal level. When the item is selected, the selected preset data is displayed. You can select this item when the composite or Y/C signal from the BKM-227W, or the analog component or analog RGB signal from the BKM-229X is displayed. Note This menu is not selectable when the internal signal or captured frame is displayed. Auto Adjust Starts automatic adjustment. (It may take some time until the automatic adjustment is completed.) An external color-bar signal for the reference is necessary for automatic adjustment (page 46). The chroma data is reset to the default setting [1000]. The phase data is reset to the default setting [000]. Note When the analog component signal or analog RGB signal is input, adjust the picture position in the Position Adj menu (page 50) to perform the automatic adjustment in the Auto Adjust menu. When the picture position does not fit, the adjustment will not be performed correctly and this may cause a malfunction. To cancel adjustment Press the MENU button. Adjustment Menu 45 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) jColor Bar Sets the color-bar signal to input. d

A e r u t c i P C h a p t e r 3 M e n u [Full Field 8]: 100% full-field 8-color bars (white, yellow, cyan, green, magenta, red, blue and black) SMPTE: SMPTE standard color bars EIA: EIA standard color bars (effective for 480/60i and 575/50i signals only) Multi Format: Color bars standardized by SMPTE RP219/ARIB STD-B28 Restore Factory Data Resets the automatic adjustment data of chroma, phase, matrix and signal level to the default setting. You cannot select this when the setting is the default value. The following message appears. Restore factory data? OK: To reset the data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button. Status Displays the status of the automatic adjustment data of the chroma, phase, matrix and signal level to be adjusted. Not Adjusted: Displays when the data is not adjusted. Adjusted: Displays when the data is adjusted. Slot No Displays the input option slot number of the automatic adjustment data to be adjusted. Format Displays the signal format and signal system of the automatic adjustment data to be adjusted. Matrix Displays the matrix of the automatic adjustment data to be adjusted. Manual Adjust Adjusts values by turning the PHASE, CHROMA, BRIGHT, and/or CONTRAST knobs. After adjustment, press the ENTER (Ent) button to confirm the adjusted values. Phase: –150 to +150 [000] Chroma: 0000 to 2000 [1000] Bright: –500 to +500 [000] Contrast: 0000 to 2500 [1000] To display no characters on the screen while adjusting manually Set the CHAR OFF button to on. The characters disappear. To display characters, set the CHAR OFF button to off. To reset the setting to the default Press the corresponding MANUAL button. The adjusted value is reset to the default. To cancel adjustment Press the MENU button. The adjustment data is cleared. To confirm adjustment Press the ENTER (Ent) button. Copy From Copies picture adjustment preset data. Note Automatic adjustment data is not copied. Preset Value Copies other data in this monitor. When the item is selected, you can select from Preset1, Preset2, Preset3, Preset4 or Preset5. Other Monitor Copies data from another monitor. Monitor ID Enter the ID number of the source monitor. When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, this is not selectable. When the ID number is entered, you can select from Preset1, Preset2, Preset3, Preset4 or Preset5. Memory Stick Copies data in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the source “Memory Stick” are displayed. When the file is selected, you can select from Preset1, Preset2, Preset3, Preset4 or Preset5.

46 Adjustment Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Color Temp Adj Adjusts the color temperature. When the item is selected, the color temperature data to be adjusted is displayed. When D93 or D65 data is changed, they are displayed as D93* or D65*. To change the color temperature data to be adjusted, select D93, D65, User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5 in the Color Temp menu of the Input Configuration menu. For information about the Input Configuration menu, see page 51. Manual Adjusts the color temperature manually. When the item is selected, the color temperature data to be set is displayed. When D93 or D65 data is changed, they are displayed as D93* or D65*. For information about the Input Configuration menu, see page 51. Manual Adjust Adjusts the color temperature with the adjustment knob. Note This menu is not selectable when the contrast is set to less than 400. When the item is selected, the color temperature adjustment display appears and the x and y C values of the color temperature data to be adjusted are displayed. h a p t Note e r 3 The displayed chromaticity coordinates x and y are reference values and are not guaranteed M as absolute values. e n u When Contrast Hold is set to On, the adjustable item and the relevant knobs are as follows. To adjust Red (red): BRIGHT knob To adjust Green (green): CHROMA knob To adjust Blue (blue): PHASE knob When Contrast Hold is set to Off, the adjustable item and the relevant knobs are as follows. To adjust Red (red): BRIGHT knob To adjust Green (green): CHROMA knob To adjust Blue (blue): PHASE knob To adjust Contrast (contrast): CONTRAST knob To hide the characters on the monitor during manual adjustment Set the CHAR OFF button of the controller to on. As the characters on the display are hidden, it becomes easy to adjust the picture. To display the characters, set the CHAR OFF button to off. To reset Red, Green and Blue to the value before adjustment Press the MANUAL button of BRIGHT, CHROMA or PHASE. The Red, Green and Blue are reset to the value before adjustment. To reset Contrast to the value before adjustment Press the MANUAL button of CONTRAST. Note You cannot reset the setting after you press the ENTER (Ent) button. To cancel adjustment Press the MENU button. The adjustment data is cleared and the setting returns to the previous value. To confirm adjustment Press the ENTER (Ent) button. Original Value Sets the initial value. You can select from D93, D65, User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5. When D93 or D65 data is changed, they are displayed as D93* or D65*. Signal Sets the white signal to be used for adjustment. Internal: Select when an internal signal is used. The signal is automatically switched to the 100% white signal. [External]: Select when an external input signal is used. Supply the 100% white signal. Note When the signal format set in the Format menu of the Input Configuration menu is DVI Computer or the computer signal of HDMI, this menu is not selectable. Input the 100% white signal. Adjustment Menu 47 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) jContrast Hold Sets whether or not to adjust the color temperature and contrast (backlight) at the same time. d

A p m e T r o l o C C h a p t e r 3 M e n u Off: Contrast is adjusted. [On]: Contrast is not adjusted. Auto Adjusts the color temperature automatically by using an optional probe. When the item is selected, the color temperature data to be adjusted is displayed. When D93 or D65 data is changed, they are displayed as D93* or D65*. When Contrast Hold is set to Off, the color temperature data and contrast data are displayed. The contrast data is displayed as the picture preset data Preset1 to Preset5 set in Picture Preset of the Input Configuration menu, or MANUAL. To change the displayed data from the picture preset data to MANUAL, set the MANUAL button of CONTRAST to on. To change the displayed data from MANUAL to the picture preset data, set the MANUAL button of CONTRAST to off. To change the type of the picture preset data, select from Preset1 to Preset5 in the Picture Preset menu of the Input Configuration menu. For information about the Input Configuration menu, see page 51. Auto Adjust Starts adjustment. When Auto Adjust is selected, not only the target color temperature but also other color temperature data are adjusted, as the color temperature of the backlight is calibrated in accordance with the color temperature of Target Color Temp. When Contrast Hold is set to Off, the contrast data are also adjusted, as the backlight is calibrated in accordance of the luminance of Target Luminance. Note This menu is not selectable in the following case: • When DVI Computer or the computer signal of HDMI is selected in the Format menu of the Input Configuration menu Before automatic adjustment, select the value to use for the adjustment in following sequence. When you use the previously adjusted values for adjustment, select Auto Adjust to start adjustment without performing step 1, step 2 and step 3. 1 Select the color temperature to be used in Target Color Temp. When Any is selected, enter the values of the CIE color system x and y coordinates. 2 When Contrast Hold is set to Off, select Target Luminance and enter the value of the luminance (cd/m2) when the 100% white signal is input. 3 Select the probe to be used in Probe. 4 Select Auto Adjust. The following message appears. Set probe on cursor. Attach the probe on the center of the display to start automatic adjustment. (It may take some time until the automatic adjustment is completed.) Note First select the probe and then select Auto Adjust. To cancel/stop the adjustment Press the MENU button. Target Color Temp Sets the adjustment value to be used from D93, D65 or Any. x Enters the CIE color system x coordinate. Set to 0.280 to 0.345. y Enters the CIE color system y coordinate. Set to 0.280 to 0.352.

48 Adjustment Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) jTarget Luminance Enters the luminance (cd/m2) when the 100% white signal is input. d Adjust the luminance by the contrast adjustment (backlight adjustment). A Set to 40 to 250. [100] p m e Notes T r • This menu is not selectable when Contrast Hold is set to On. o l • The luminance is reduced to about half due to the principle of operation in the black frame o C insertion mode or the interlace display mode. However, on this monitor the normal luminance is set by the contrast adjustment (backlight adjustment). For this reason, as the upper limit of Target Luminance becomes about 120 [cd/m2], set it to less than 120 [cd/m2]. • The luminance calibrated internally by the backlight does not guarantee an absolute value and may be different from the luminance calibrated by the probe. When you set Target Luminance near to the upper limit (250) or the lower limit (40), the setting value may exceed the adjustment range and cause an error. If an adjustment error occurs, change Target Luminance and perform the automatic adjustment again. Probe Selects the probe to be used for automatic adjustment of the color temperature. [CA-210]: Select when Konica Minolta CA-210 is used. PM 5639/06: Select when DK-Technologies PM 5639/06 is used. C h Eye-One Pro: Select when X-Rite Eye-One Pro is used. a p The cable to connect the probe and the monitor is required. t e r 3 About the color temperature after automatic adjustment M The values of x and y displayed by the probe may be different from those set in Target Color e n Temp because the x and y values of the probe is calibrated by the monitor. u Note An external PC with USB connector and software for adjusting the color temperature are required to use the Eye-One Pro. Before adjusting the color temperature automatically, start the software for adjusting the color temperature. For the software for adjusting the color temperature, please contact your Sony representative. For more information about the cable specification required and about the connection, see “Connection Cable Specifications for Color Temperature Probes” on page 131. Contrast Hold Sets whether or not to adjust the contrast (backlight) together with the automatic color temperature adjustment. Off: The contrast is set to the value depending on the luminance set in Target Luminance. [On]: The contrast is not adjusted. Copy From Copies the other color temperature. Preset Value Copies other data in this monitor. When the item is selected, you can select from D93, D65, User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5. D93: Copies the color temperature of D93. D65: Copies the color temperature of D65. User1 to 5: Copies the color temperature of User1 to 5. When D93 or D65 data is changed, they are displayed as D93* or D65*. Other Monitor Copies data from another monitor. Monitor ID Enter the ID number of the source monitor. When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, this is not selectable. When the ID number is entered, you can select from D93, D65, User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5. D93: Copies the color temperature of D93. D65: Copies the color temperature of D65. User1 to 5: Copies the color temperature of User1 to 5. When D93 or D65 data is changed, they are displayed as D93* or D65*. Memory Stick Copies data in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the source “Memory Stick” are displayed. When the file is selected, you can select from D93, D65, User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5. D93: Copies the color temperature of D93. D65: Copies the color temperature of D65. User1 to 5: Copies the color temperature of User1 to 5. When D93 or D65 data is changed, they are displayed as D93* or D65*. Adjustment Menu 49 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) jRestore Factory Data Resets the color temperature to the default setting. d You cannot select this when the setting is the default value. A The following message appears to confirm the data reset operation. p m Restore factory data? e T OK: To reset the data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. r o Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button. l o C Position Adj Adjusts the position of the picture when the analog signal is input. When the item is selected, the signal system to be set is displayed. You can select the item when the composite or Y/C signal from the BKM-227W, or the analog component or analog component RGB signal from the BKM-229X is displayed. To hide the characters on the monitor during adjustment Set the CHAR OFF button of the controller to on. As the characters on the display are hidden, it becomes easy to adjust the picture. To display the characters, set the CHAR OFF button to off. Note C This menu is not selectable when the internal signal or captured frame is displayed. h a p H Shift Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture. t e r As the setting increases, the picture moves to the right, and as the setting decreases, the 3 picture moves to the left. [000] M e Set in the H Shift Offset menu (page 55) of the Input Configuration menu when the difference n u of the horizontal position is necessary to adjust for different input signals of the same signal system, etc. V Shift Adjusts the vertical position of the picture. As the setting increases, the picture moves up, and as the setting decreases, the picture moves down. [000] 50 Adjustment Menu Input Configuration Menu Overview This menu is used for pertaining data to the input signals. When Input Configuration is selected, the following menus are displayed.

iInput Configuration 1/3 CH01 Format B Slot No: xxxxx Input No: xxxxx Screen Aspect B Sync Mode: xxx Color Temp: xxx Picture Preset: xxxxx Matrix/Gamma B Color Gamut B vV iInput Configuration 2/3 CH01 Marker Preset: xxxxx H Shift Offset: xxx Channel Name B NTSC Setup Level:: xx Component Level: xxxxx Betacam Setup Level:: xxx RGB Range: B 1080I/PsF B vV iInput Configuration 3/3 vV CH01 Copy From B C h a p t e r 3 M e n u

The current channel is displayed. Perform the input setting for the selected channel. Before setting Set the input signal for each channel. A channel number (1 to 30) is entered with the numeric buttons (page 37). Menu Function and Operation Note This menu is not selectable in the following cases: • When Side by Side is set to On

Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Format Sets the input signal type. Note The default setting is HD-SDI/D1 Auto. Set Format except for when the BKM-243HS, BKM 244CC or BKM-250TG is installed. 3G/HD/SD-SDI Sets the serial digital signal format (Single-link 3G-SDI, HD-SDI or SD-SDI) when BKM-220D, BKM-243HS, BKM-244CC or BKM-250TG is installed. When BKM-220D is installed D1 When BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC is installed [HD-SDI/D1 Auto]: Changes the format automatically according to the format of the input signal. D1 Input Configuration Menu 51 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) tWhen BKM-250TG is installed a

m r o F C h a p t e r 3 M e n u 3G/HD/SD-SDI Auto: Changes the format automatically according to the Sampling Structure, Bit Depth, Picture and transport scanning method information for Payload ID of SMPTE-352M standard superimposed on the input signals. Note You can confirm the Payload ID information and the signal format status of the current monitor in “SDI Payload ID Status” (page 77) of the Status menu. 3G-SDI: Sets the signal format. 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit 4:4:4 YPbPr 10bit 4:4:4 RGB 10bit 4:4:4 YPbPr 12bit 4:4:4 RGB 12bit [HD-SDI/D1 Auto]: Changes the format automatically according to the format of the input signal. D1 Dual Link HD-SDI Sets the Dual-link HD-SDI signal format when two BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC are installed in the OPTION 1 and 2 or OPTION 3 and 4 option slots or BKM-250TG is installed. 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit 4:4:4 YPbPr 10bit 4:4:4 RGB 10bit 4:4:4 YPbPr 12bit 4:4:4 RGB 12bit Composite Sets the composite signal format when BKM-227W is installed. Auto: Changes automatically according to the format of the input signal. It will take a few seconds to detect the format of an input signal. It is recommended that a particular format be selected if it is determined. NTSC PAL PAL-M SECAM YC Sets the Y/C signal format when BKM-227W is installed. Auto: Changes automatically according to the format of the input signal. It will take a few seconds to detect the format of an input signal. It is recommended that a particular format be selected if it is determined. NTSC PAL PAL-M SECAM Component Sets the analog component signal format or analog RGB signal format when BKM-229X is installed. You can select from YPbPr or RGB. DVI Sets the DVI signal format. Video: Displays the CEA-861 signal. Computer: Displays the computer output signal such as the VESA standard signal. For each signal format to be displayed, see page 107. HDMI Sets the HDMI signal format. The 800 × 600, 1024 × 768, 1280 × 960, 1280 × 1024 and 1400 × 1050 signals are HDMI computer signals in this manual. For the signal format to be displayed, see page 108.

52 Input Configuration Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Slot No Enters the option slot number. You can select from Option1 to Option4, Option1&2 or Option3&4. Adaptor and the item to be selected Option1 to Option4 • When the BKM-250TG is installed and Format is set to 3G/HD/SD-SDI Auto or 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 RGB 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 12bit or 4:4:4 RGB 12bit of 3G-SDI • When the BKM-243HS, BKM-244CC or BKM-250TG is installed and Format is set to HD-SDI/D1 Auto • When the BKM-220D, BKM-243HS, BKM-244CC or BKM-250TG is installed and Format is set to D1 • When the BKM-227W is installed and Format is set to Composite Auto, Composite NTSC, Composite PAL, Composite PAL-M, Composite SECAM, YC Auto, YC NTSC, YC PAL, YC PAL-M or YC SECAM • When the BKM-229X is installed and Format is set to Component YPbPr or Component RGB Option1&2, Option3&4 • When two BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC are installed in the OPTION 1 and 2 or OPTION C h 3 and 4 option slots and Format is set to 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 a p t RGB 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 12bit or 4:4:4 RGB 12bit of Dual Link HD-SDI e r 3 Note M When the setting of Format and the installed adaptor do not match, the setting value may not e n u be changed. Set the Format correctly according to the installed adaptor. Input No Enters the input connector number. You can select from [Input 1] or Input 2. Adaptor and the item to be selected Input 1, Input 2 • When the BKM-250TG is installed and Format is set to 3G/HD/SD-SDI Auto or 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 RGB 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 12bit or 4:4:4 RGB 12bit of 3G-SDI • When the BKM-243HS, BKM-244CC or BKM-250TG is installed and Format is set to HD-SDI/D1 Auto • When the BKM-220D, BKM-243HS, BKM-244CC or BKM-250TG is installed and Format is set to D1 • When two BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC are installed in the OPTION 1 and 2 or OPTION 3 and 4 option slots and Format is set to 4:2:2 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 RGB 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 12bit or 4:4:4 RGB 12bit of Dual Link HD-SDI Note When the setting of Format and the installed adaptor do not match, the setting value may not be changed. Set the Format correctly according to the installed adaptor. Screen Aspect Selects the aspect ratio. Note This menu is not selectable when Format is set to DVI Computer. SD Sets the aspect ratio of the SD signal. You can select from [16:9] or 4:3. HDMI Auto Sets the manual or automatic setting for the aspect ratio of the HDMI signal. Off: Select to set the aspect ratio manually with the controller, etc. [On]: Select to set the aspect ratio automatically according to the input signal. The aspect ratio is not set with the controller, etc. Sync Mode Sets the sync signal when the analog component signal or analog RGB signal is input. You can select when Format is set to Component YPbPr or Component RGB. [Internal]: Select when an internal sync signal is used. External: Select when an external sync signal is used. Color Temp Sets the color temperature. You can select from D93, D65 or User1 to User5. When D93 or D65 data is changed, they are displayed as D93* or D65*. Picture Preset Sets the picture adjustment preset. Select from Preset1 to Preset5. Input Configuration Menu 53 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Matrix/Gamma Sets Matrix/Gamma data (transmission matrix and transmission gamma) depending on the input signal format. Matrix/Gamma data are five data in which the transmission matrix and transmission gamma have been preset and five user data in which the transmission matrix and transmission gamma can be selected respectively (see below table). Preset data: ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.601, SMPTE 240M, xvYCC 709, xvYCC 601 Data set respectively: User1 to User5 The Matrix/Gamma data can be set for each type of the input signal (HD, SD or DVI/HDMI Computer). For the type of the input signal, see “Matrix/Gamma Setting Table” (page 116).

Matrix/Gamma Matrix (Transmission matrix) Gamma (Transmission gamma)

ITU-R BT.709 ITU709 2.2 C ITU-R BT.601 ITU601 2.2 h a p t SMPTE 240M SMPTE240M 2.2 e r 3 xvYCC 709 ITU709 xvYCC M e xvYCC 601 ITU601 xvYCC n u

User1 to User5 ITU709 ITU601 SMPTE240M Select above three types. Matrix/Gamma data 2.2 xvYCC Select above two types.

ITU-R BT.709: Select when the signal of the ITU-R BT.709 standards format is input. ITU-R BT.601: Select when the signal of the ITU-R BT.601 standards format is input. SMPTE 240M: Select when the signal of the SMPTE-240M standards format is input. xvYCC 709: Select when the IEC 61966-2-4 standards (xvYCC) and the transmission matrix ITU-R BT.709 standards format signal is input. xvYCC 601: Select when the IEC 61966-2-4 standards (xvYCC) and the transmission matrix ITU-R BT.601 standards format signal is input. User1 - User5: Select when the transmission matrix and transmission gamma is set individually depending on the input signal format. Note When you select xvYCC 709 or xvYCC 601, set Emulation (page 55) to PVM-L2300 Native in the Color Gamut menu of the Input Configuration menu to display the extended color gamut area. For setting the user data (User1 to User5) of Matrix/Gamma, see the User Matrix/Gamma menu (page 57) of the Display Setting menu. Transmission matrix ITU709: Matrix of ITU-R BT.709 standards ITU601: Matrix of ITU-R BT.601 standards SMPTE240M: Matrix of SMPTE-240M standards Note The internal fixed value applies to the transmission matrix of the RGB format. Transmission gamma 2.2: Transmission gamma 2.2 xvYCC: Transmission gamma of IEC 61966-2-4 standards (xvYCC) Notes • When you select xvYCC, set Emulation (page 55) to PVM-L2300 Native in the Color Gamut menu of the Input Configuration menu to display the extended color gamut area. • When the quantization range of the DVI/HDMI signal is Full, the internal fixed value of the transmission gamma is applied. 54 Input Configuration Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting)aHD Sets Matrix/Gamma of the HD signal. You can select from [ITU-R BT.709], ITU-R BT.601, SMPTE 240M, xvYCC 709, xvYCC 601 m or User1 to User5. m a G / SD Sets Matrix/Gamma of the SD signal. x i r You can select from ITU-R BT.709, [ITU-R BT.601], SMPTE 240M, xvYCC 709, xvYCC 601 t a or User1 to User5. M DVI/HDMI Computer Sets Matrix/Gamma of the DVI/HDMI Computer signal. You can select from [ITU-R BT.709], ITU-R BT.601, SMPTE 240M, xvYCC 709, xvYCC 601 or User1 to User5. HDMI Auto Sets the manual or automatic setting for the transmission matrix/transmission gamma of the HDMI signal. Off: Select to use Matrix/Gamma set in the HD, SD or DVI/HDMI Computer menu. [On]: Select to set Matrix/Gamma automatically according to the input signal. Note When HDMI Auto is set to On and the signal of which the format is RGB and transmission C gamma is xvYCC is input, transmission gamma is set to the value fixed inside the monitor. h a p Color Gamut As the PVM-L2300 is equipped with the wider color space backlight, the signal can be t e r displayed (emulation) in the color gamut (color space and gamma) selected in the Emulation 3 menu. M e n Emulation Sets the used color gamut (color space and gamma). u BVM SMPTE-C: Displays in the color gamut of BVM-A24 SMPTE-C phosphor CRT. BVM EBU: Displays in the color gamut of BVM-A24 EBU phosphor CRT. ITU-R BT.709: Displays in the color gamut of three primary colors chromaticity point provided by ITU-R BT.709. PVM-L2300 Native: Displays in the color gamut of the PVM-L2300 individual three primary colors chromaticity point. This is the widest color space setting of the signal reproduced by the PVM-L2300. Marker Preset Sets the marker preset data. You can select from Marker1 to Marker5. [Marker1] For setting the marker, see the Marker Setting menu (page 59) of the Display Function menu. H Shift Offset Sets the horizontal picture position when the analog signal is input. You can select when Format is set to Composite Auto, Composite NTSC, Composite PAL, Composite PAL-M, Composite SECAM, YC Auto, YC NTSC, YC PAL, YC PAL-M, YC SECAM, Component YPbPr or Component RGB. Set to –100 to +100*. [000] *When the setting value is out of range, the display of the setting value is changed but the horizontal position of the picture is not changed. To hide the characters on the monitor during adjustment Set the CHAR OFF button of the controller to on. As the characters on the display are hidden, it becomes easy to adjust the picture. To display the characters, set the CHAR OFF button to off. Channel Name Sets a channel name. When the item is selected, you can select a preset name, or enter a new one. PROG: Program signal EDIT: Signal from an editor CAM: Camera signal VTR: Signal from a VTR PREV: Preview monitor New Name: Enter a new name. (Up to 20 characters can be entered.) NTSC Setup Level Sets the NTSC setup level. You can select when Format is set to Composite Auto, Composite NTSC, YC Auto or YC NTSC. You can select from 0% or 7.5%. Component Level Sets the component level of the analog component 480/60i signal. You can select when Format is set to Component YPbPr. You can select from SMPTE/EBU-N10 or Betacam. Betacam Setup Level Sets the Betacam setup level when Component Level is set to Betacam. You can select from 0% or 7.5%. Input Configuration Menu 55 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) RGB Range Sets the quantization range of the DVI or HDMI input signal. You can select when Format is set to DVI Video, DVI Computer or HDMI. DVI Video Sets the display mode for the DVI Video signal. Full: 0 (black level) to 255 (white level) (8bit) [Limit]:16 (black level) to 235 (white level) (8bit) DVI Computer Sets the display mode for the DVI Computer signal. [Full]: 0 (black level) to 255 (white level) (8bit) Limit: 16 (black level) to 235 (white level) (8bit) HDMI Sets the display mode for the HDMI signal. Full: 0 (black) to 255 (8bit)/1023 (10bit)/4095 (12bit) (white level) [Limit]: 16 (8bit)/64 (10bit)/256 (12bit) (black level) to 235 (8bit)/940 (10bit)/3760 (12bit) (white level) HDMI Auto Sets the manual or automatic setting for the quantization range of the HDMI signal. Off: Select to use the quantization range set in the HDMI menu. [On]: Select to set the quantization range automatically according to the input signal. C h 1080I/PsF When the 1080i/PsF signal is input, select the display mode. a p You can select when Format is set to 3G/HD/SD-SDI Auto, HD-SDI/D1 Auto, 4:2:2 YPbPr t e r 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 10bit, 4:4:4 RGB 10bit, 4:4:4 YPbPr 12bit, 4:4:4 RGB 12bit, Component 3 YPbPr or Component RGB. M e When 1080I is selected, the I/P conversion signal is displayed. When 1080PsF is selected, n u the progressive conversion (PsF to P) signal is displayed. When the 1080PsF signal is input and 1080I is selected, the display delay is shortened. The signal converted from PsF to P is not displayed and the I/P conversion signal is displayed. 24PsF Sets the display mode for the 1080/24PsF signal. You can select from 1080I or [1080PsF]. 25PsF/50I Sets the display mode for the 1080/25PsF, 50i signal. You can select from [1080I] or 1080PsF. 30PsF/60I Sets the display mode for the 1080/30PsF, 60i signal. You can select from [1080I] or 1080PsF. Copy From Copies signal setting data from other channel. Other CH Copies other data in this monitor. When the item is selected, you can designate the channel to be copied. Other Monitor Copies data from other monitor. Monitor ID Enters the ID number of the source monitor. When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, this is not selectable. When the item is selected, you can designate the source monitor. When the ID number is entered, you can designate the channel to be copied. Memory Stick Copies data in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the source “Memory Stick” are displayed. When the file is selected, you can enter the channel number in the selected file. 56 Input Configuration Menu Display Setting Menu Overview This menu is used for setting the monitor condition such as the color reproduction or frame. When Display Setting is selected, the following menu is displayed. iDisplay Setting User Matrix/Gamma B Native Scan Mode: xxx Aperture Value: xxx NTSC Comb Filter: xxx Filter Switch: xxx C h Peak White Control: xxx a p t e r 3 M e n u Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) User Matrix/Gamma Sets the user data (User1 to User5) of Matrix/Gamma (transmission matrix and transmission gamma). As the signal is processed internally by the data setting of Matrix/Gamma, the signal may not be displayed correctly, if the signal is not set according to the transmission standards for the input signal. For the transmission gamma and the transmission matrix of Matrix/Gamma, see the Matrix/ Gamma menu (page 54) of the Input Configuration menu. User Data Selects the user data of Matrix/Gamma. You can select from User1 to User5. [User1] Matrix Sets the transmission matrix. [ITU709]: Matrix of ITU-R BT.709 standards ITU601: Matrix of ITU-R BT.601 standards SMPTE 240M: Matrix of SMPTE-240M standards Note The internal fixed value applies to the transmission matrix of the RGB format. Gamma Sets the transmission gamma. [2.2]: Transmission gamma 2.2 xvYCC: Transmission gamma of IEC 61966-2-4 standards (xvYCC) Notes • When you select xvYCC, set Emulation (page 55) to PVM-L2300 Native in the Color Gamut menu of the Input Configuration menu to display the extended color gamut area. • When the quantization range of the DVI or HDMI signal is Full, the internal fixed value of the transmission gamma is applied. Copy From Copies the user data from the other Matrix/Gamma. Preset Value Copies other data in this monitor. When the item is selected, you can select from User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5. Other Monitor Copies data from another monitor. Monitor ID Enter the ID number of the source monitor. When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, this is not selectable. When the ID number is entered, you can select from User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5. Display Setting Menu 57 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting)aMemory Stick Copies data in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the source “Memory Stick” are displayed. m m a When the file is selected, you can select from User1, User2, User3, User4 or User5. G / x i r t a M r e s U Native Scan Mode Sets the native scan mode. [Aspect Correction]: Displaying an SD signal of non-square pixels (the number of H pixels of the signal system is 720 or 1440) or a 640 × 480 SD signal of DVI video/HDMI video by scaling processing of doubling for the V direction and correct aspect ratio for the H direction and also optimizing and displaying a picture by modifying the aperture coefficient value, filter coefficient value, etc. ×1: Input signal display without conversion ×2: Input signal display doubled C For selecting Aspect Correction, ×1 or ×2, see “Picture Display Size” on page 110. h a p Notes t e r • When an HD signal, DVI computer signal or computer signal of HDMI is input, the signal is 3 displayed in ×1 mode, even if the mode is set to Aspect Correction or ×2. M e • When an SD signal from the BKM-229X is input and the number of the H pixels of the n u signal system is 1440, the signal is displayed in ×2 mode, even if the mode is set to ×1. • When you select Aspect Correction and set Native Scan to On for SD signal input, Aperture is set to On (factory setting). Aperture Value Sets the aperture modification value. Sets to 000 to 200. [090] (when the signal is displayed in Aspect Correction mode of the native display), [000] (when the signal is displayed in mode other than Aspect Correction of the native display) NTSC Comb Filter Sets the type of NTSC filter. You can select from [3Lines] or 3D. When the BKM-227W is installed, you can select the item. Filter Switch Sets whether or not to turn on the Y/C separation filter ([Off] or On) when the picture is set to monochrome mode. When the BKM-227W is installed, you can select the item. Peak White Control When the brightness is increased, using the brightness adjustment, the picture may be clipped, because of the dynamic range of the circuit. Sets whether or not to control the signal gain automatically according to the setting value of the brightness, to prevent such clipping (Off or [On]). 58 Display Setting Menu Display Function Menu Overview This menu is used to set the function related to the picture display. When Display Function is selected, the following menu is displayed. iDisplay Function Marker Setting B P&P Setting B Pixel Zoom Setting B Black Detail Setting B C Capture B h a Internal Signal B p t e r Function Switch B 3 M e n u Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Marker Setting Sets whether or not to display the marker when the MARKER button is pressed, and the display mode. When the item is selected, the marker preset data to be set is displayed. To change the marker preset data to be adjusted, you can select from Marker1, Marker2, Marker3, Marker4 and Marker5 in the Marker Preset menu of the Input Configuration menu. For information about the Input Configuration menu, see page 51. To hide the characters on the monitor during setting Set the CHAR OFF button of the controller to on. As the characters on the display are hidden, it becomes easy to adjust the picture. To display the characters, set the CHAR OFF button to off. Aspect Blanking Sets the display of the blanking outside the area of the aspect marker. Aspect Blanking Sets whether or not to set the blanking. [Off]: Blanking is released. On: Blanking is set. Mode Sets the blanking mode when Aspect Blanking is set to On. You can select from Black (blanking) or [Half] (half blanking). Aspect Marker Sets the aspect marker display. Aspect Marker Sets whether or not to display the aspect marker when the MARKER button is pressed ([Off] or On). Aspect Mode Sets the aspect ratio of the aspect marker. You can select from [16:9], 4:3 or Variable. Aspect Sets the aspect ratio of the aspect marker when Variable is selected in Aspect Mode. Set to 1.00:1 to 3.00:1. [1.78]:1 Line Sets the thickness of the aspect marker. You can select from [Thick] (thick) or Thin (thin). Color Sets the color of the aspect marker. You can select from [White] (white), Red (red), Green (green), Blue (blue), Yellow (yellow), Cyan (cyan) or Magenta (magenta). Display Function Menu 59 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting)gBright Sets the luminance of the aspect marker.

n i t t e S r e k r a M C h a p t e r 3 M e n u You can select from [90IRE] (bright) or 40IRE (dark). Area Marker 1 Sets the area marker 1. Area Marker 1 Sets whether or not to display the area marker 1 when the MARKER button is pressed (Off or [On])*. * Area Marker 2: ([Off], On) Aspect Mode Sets the aspect ratio of the area marker 1. You can select from [16:9], 4:3 or Variable. Note When Variable (dot) is selected in Area Size, the size of the area marker 1 is set in pixel unit of the input signal and the Aspect Mode setting becomes invalid. Aspect Sets the aspect ratio of the area marker 1 when Variable is selected in Aspect Mode. Set to 1.00:1 to 3.00:1. [1.78]:1 Area Size Sets the size of the area marker 1. You can select from [80%], 88%, 90%, 93%, Variable (%) or Variable (dot). Width Sets the width of the area marker 1 when Area Size is set to Variable (%) or Variable (dot). When Variable (%) is selected Set to 050 to 100 (%). [080] When Variable (dot) is selected Set to 0360 to 1920 (dot). [0512] Height Sets the height of the area marker 1 when Area Size is set to Variable (%) or Variable (dot). When Variable (%) is selected Set to 050 to 100 (%). [080] When Variable (dot) is selected Set to 0240 to 1080 (dot). [0384] Mode Sets the shape of the area marker 1. You can select from [Shape A], Shape B or Shape C. Shape A Shape B Shape C Note The size of the area is as follows depending on the Aspect Mode and 16:9 On/Off setting.

60 Display Function Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) gExample: Area Size 80%, Aspect Mode 16:9 or 4:3 n

it te S r e kr a M With 16:9 With 4:3 80% 80% 80% 80% Aspect Mode 16:9 Aspect Mode 4:3 Aspect Mode 16:9 Aspect Mode 4:3 C ha p t e r 3 M e n u

Line Sets the thickness of the area marker 1. You can select from [Thick] (thick) or Thin (thin). Color Sets the color of the area marker 1. You can select from [White] (white), Red (red), Green (green), Blue (blue), Yellow (yellow), Cyan (cyan) or Magenta (magenta). Bright Sets the luminance of the area marker 1. You can select from [90IRE] (bright) or 40IRE (dark). Area Marker 2 Sets the area marker 2. The set items are the same as for Area Marker 1 (page 60). Center Marker Sets the center marker. Center Marker Sets whether or not to display the center marker ([Off] or On). Mode Sets the display mode of the center marker. You can select from [Short] (short) or Long (long). Color Sets the color of the center marker. You can select from [White] (white), Red (red), Green (green), Blue (blue), Yellow (yellow), Cyan (cyan) or Magenta (magenta). Bright Sets the luminance of the center marker. You can select from [90IRE] (bright) or 40IRE (dark). H Position Sets the horizontal position of the marker. Set to –65 (leftward) to +65 (rightward). [00] V Position Sets the vertical position of the marker. Set to –35 (downward) to +35 (upward). [00] Copy From Copies the other marker preset data. Preset Value Copies other data in this monitor. When the item is selected, you can select from Marker1, Marker2, Marker3, Marker4 or Marker5. Display Function Menu 61 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting)gOther Monitor Copies data from another monitor. n Monitor ID Enter the ID number of the source monitor. i t t e When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, this is not selectable. S r When the ID number is entered, you can select from Marker1, Marker2, Marker3, Marker4 e k or Marker5. r a M Memory Stick Copies data in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the source “Memory Stick” are displayed. When the file is selected, you can select from Marker1, Marker2, Marker3, Marker4 or Marker5. P&P Setting Sets the multi display setting. Side by Side Sets the side by side display. Line Display Sets display mode of the boundary line. [Off]: Not displayed. On: Always displayed. C h Line Color Sets the boundary line color of two pictures. a p t You can select from [White] (white), Red (red), Green (green), Blue (blue), Yellow (yellow), e r 3 Cyan (cyan), Magenta (magenta) or Black (black). M Line Bright Sets the luminance of the boundary line. e n u You can select from [90IRE] (bright) or 40IRE (dark). Pixel Zoom Setting Sets the pixel zoom. Line Color Sets the boundary line color. You can select from [White] (white), Red (red), Green (green), Blue (blue), Yellow (yellow), Cyan (cyan), Magenta (magenta) or Black (black). Black Detail Setting Sets the black detail mode. Clip Indicator Sets whether or not to display a zebra pattern in the clipped portions with high color gradation on the black detail mode display (Off or [On]). Zebra Pattern Sets the zebra pattern displayed in the clipped portions. Line Sets the direction of the pattern. [Diagonal Type1]: Right descending Diagonal Type2: Left descending Modulation Sets the amplitude of the pattern display. Set to 1 to 50. [16] Capture Captures the still picture for the standard of the color evaluation. Load Loads the captured picture from the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, you can select the file name to be loaded. Rename Changes a file name of the captured picture in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names are displayed. When the file name is selected, you can change the file name (1 to 20 characters). Existing file name: Enter the existing file name. New Name: Enter a new file name. Note The “.” must not be used as the first character. Delete Deletes the file of the captured picture in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the “Memory Stick” are displayed. When the file name is selected, the following message appears. Delete this file? OK: To delete the data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button. 62 Display Function Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Internal Signal Selects the internal signal display. You can select from PLUGE, Gray (20% gray signal), White (100% white signal), 5 step (5 step gray scale signal), Ramp, Color Bars or Black (0% black signal). To cancel the internal signal, select one from the channel numbers 1 to 30 with the numeric buttons of the controller. Note Internal Signal is not set in the following cases: • When the DVI Computer format signal or HDMI computer signal is input • When Side by Side is set to On Function Switch Sets the function to be assigned to the function button of the controller in the menu. Scan Mode Sets the scan size of the picture. [Normal Scan]: Normal scan Under Scan: 3% under scan Over Scan: Mask of 5% over scan portion in the normal scan Note C The scan size is not selectable in the following cases: h a • When Native Scan is set to On p t e • When the input signal has no sync signal r 3 • When the internal signal is displayed M • When Side by Side is set to On e n u Native Scan Sets whether or not to display the native scan ([Off] or On). Note The native scan is not selectable in the following cases: • When the input signal has no sync signal • When Side by Side is set to On • When Pixel Zoom is set to on • When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Computer (The native scan is displayed regardless of the setting.) • When the HDMI computer signal is input (The native scan is displayed regardless of the setting.) • When the signal system is the SD signal of 720 × 576 or 1440 × 576, Native Scan Mode is set to Aspect Correction and the internal signal of the aspect ratio 16:9 is displayed (Native Scan is set to Off and the normal scan is displayed regardless of the setting.) 16:9 Sets whether or not to display the aspect in 16:9 (Off or [On]). Notes • The aspect ratio is not selectable in the following cases: – When Native Scan Mode is set to ×1 or ×2 and Native Scan is set to On – When the input signal has no sync signal • The aspect ratio may be fixed due to the signal format. For details, see “Available Signal Formats” on page 103. H Delay Sets whether or not to display in H delay ([Off] or On). When the 720/24, 25, 30P signal is input, the display position is changed with the PHASE knob. Note The picture is not displayed in H delay in the following cases: • When the input signal has no sync signal • When the internal signal is displayed • When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Video, DVI Computer or HDMI • When Side by Side is set to On • When the captured frame is displayed V Delay Sets whether or not to display in V delay ([Off] or On). Note The picture is not displayed in V delay in the following cases: • When the input signal has no sync signal • When the internal signal is displayed • When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Video, DVI Computer or HDMI • When Side by Side is set to On • When the captured frame is displayed Display Function Menu 63 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) hExternal Sync Sets whether or not to select external sync mode ([Off] or On) when the analog component

c t i w S n o i t c n u F C h a p t e r 3 M e n u signal or analog RGB signal format is input. When On is selected, the signal to be displayed is synchronized with the sync signal input to the SYNC connector (External Sync). When Off is selected, the signal to be displayed is synchronized with the sync signal included in the signals being monitored (Internal Sync). Notes • When Component is set to YPbPr or RGB in Format of the Input Configuration menu, you can set the external sync. • The external sync is not set in the following cases: – When the internal signal is displayed – When the captured frame is displayed Comb Sets whether or not to use the comb filter (Off or [On]). When Off is selected, the trap · band-pass filter (Trap/BPF) is selected. You can select the type of comb filter in NTSC Comb Filter menu (page 58) of the Display Setting menu. Notes • When Composite is set to Auto, NTSC, PAL or PAL-M in Format of the Input Configuration menu, you can set the comb filter. • The comb filter is not set in the following cases: – When the internal signal is displayed – When the captured frame is displayed Aperture Sets whether or not to function the aperture modification (Off or On). [Off] (when the signal is displayed in Aspect Correction mode of the native display), [On] (when the signal is displayed in mode other than Aspect Correction of the native display) Note When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Computer or the HDMI computer signal is input, the aperture modification does not function. Mono Sets whether or not to display in monochrome mode ([Off] or On). Blue Only Sets whether or not to display only the blue signal as a monochrome picture after cutting the red and green signals ([Off] or On). R Off Sets whether or not to cut the red signal ([Off] or On). G Off Sets whether or not to cut the green signal ([Off] or On). B Off Sets whether or not to cut the blue signal ([Off] or On). Chroma Up Sets whether or not to increase the chroma value by 12 dB ([Off] or On). Note The chroma value is not increased in the following cases: • When the signal to be displayed is RGB • When the composite signal is automatically displayed in monochrome depending on the color discrimination of the input adaptor • When the internal signal is displayed Black Frame Insertion Sets whether or not to display in black frame insertion mode ([Off] or On). Note The black frame is not inserted in the following cases: • When Interlace is set to On • When the 24P or 24PsF input signal is displayed • When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Computer • When the HDMI computer signal is input For details of this menu, see “Selecting Display Mode” on page 83. Interlace Sets whether or not to display in interlace mode ([Off] or On). Notes • Set Native Scan to On for the interlace display. • The picture is not displayed in interlace mode in the following cases: – When Side by Side is set to On – When Pixel Zoom is set to on For details of this menu, see “Selecting Display Mode” on page 83.

64 Display Function Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) hMarker Sets whether or not to display all markers ([Off] or On). c Note t i w The marker is not displayed in the following cases: S • When the input signal has no sync signal n o i • When the internal signal is displayed t c • When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Computer n u • When the HDMI computer signal is input F • When H Delay/V Delay is set to On • When Side by Side is set to On • When Pixel Zoom is set to on Aspect Marker Sets whether or not to display the aspect marker ([Off] or On). Note The aspect marker is not displayed in the following cases: • When the input signal has no sync signal • When the internal signal is displayed • When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Computer • When the HDMI computer signal is input C h • When H Delay/V Delay is set to On a p • When Side by Side is set to On t e r • When Pixel Zoom is set to on 3 M Area Marker 1 Sets whether or not to display the area marker 1 ([Off] or On). e n u Note The area marker 1 is not displayed in the following cases: • When the input signal has no sync signal • When the internal signal is displayed • When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Computer • When the HDMI computer signal is input • When H Delay/V Delay is set to On • When Side by Side is set to On • When Pixel Zoom is set to on Area Marker 2 Sets whether or not to display the area marker 2 ([Off] or On). Note The area marker 2 is not displayed in the following cases: • When the input signal has no sync signal • When the internal signal is displayed • When Format of the Input Configuration menu is set to DVI Computer • When the HDMI computer signal is input • When H Delay/V Delay is set to On • When Side by Side is set to On • When Pixel Zoom is set to on Side by Side Sets whether or not to display in the side by side display ([Off] or On). Note The side by side display is not set in the following cases: • When the internal signal is displayed • When Pixel Zoom is set to on Black Detail Mode Sets whether or not to display the signal in black detail mode ([Off] or On). Notes • The black detail mode is not set in the following cases: – When Interlace is set to On – When Black Frame Insertion is set to On – When H Delay/V Delay is set to On • Use the controller with software version 1.3 or higher to assign this function to the function button of the controller. Audio Level Meter Sets whether or not to display the audio level meter ([Off] or On). Notes • When the option slot number in which the BKM-250TG is installed is not selected in Slot No of the Input Configuration menu, the audio level meter cannot be displayed. • Use the controller with software version 1.4 or higher to assign this function to the function button of the controller. Display Function Menu 65 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) hALM Hold Reset When the item is selected, the peak hold of the audio level meter is canceled. c t

i w S n o i t c n u F C h a p t e r 3 M e n u Notes • The ALM Hold Reset is not selected in the following cases: – When the option slot number in which the BKM-250TG is installed is not selected in Slot No of the Input Configuration menu – When Audio Level Meter is set to Off – When Peak Hold is set to Off or Auto in the Audio Level Meter menu of the On Screen Set menu of the System Configuration menu • Use the controller with software version 1.4 or higher to assign this function to the function button of the controller. Time Code Sets whether or not to display the time code ([Off] or On). Notes • When the option slot number in which the BKM-250TG is installed is not selected in Slot No of the Input Configuration menu, the time code cannot be displayed. • Use the controller with software version 1.4 or higher to assign this function to the function button of the controller. Checkerboard Sets whether or not to display the left and right 3D video signals in a checkerboard pattern ([Off] or On). Notes • The Checkerboard display cannot be set in the following cases: – When the option slot number in which the BKM-250TG (with serial number 7100001 or higher) is installed is not selected in Slot No of the Input Configuration menu. – When the dual-link display is used – When the internal signal is displayed – When the captured frame is displayed • Use the controller with software version 1.5 or higher to assign this function to the function button of the controller. L/R Switch Sets whether or not to display either the left and right 3D video signals on the screen by switching them alternately ([Off] or On). Notes • The L/R Switch display cannot be set in the following cases: – When the option slot number in which the BKM-250TG (with serial number 7100001 or higher) is installed is not selected in Slot No of the Input Configuration menu. – When the dual-link display is used – When the internal signal is displayed – When the captured frame is displayed • Use the controller with software version 1.5 or higher to assign this function to the function button of the controller.

66 Display Function Menu System Configuration Menu Overview This menu is used to set the system such as the network, parallel remote control function, etc. When System Configuration is selected, the following menu is displayed. iSystem Configuration Network B Parallel Remote B Power B On Screen Set B Password B Date/Time B C h Scan Mode Skip: xxx a p t e Monitor Upgrade B r 3 Maintenance B M e n u Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Network Sets the remote control function of the network. Monitor ID Enter a monitor ID number. Set to 01 to 99. [01] Group ID Enter a group ID number. Set to 01 to 99. [01] Network Setting Sets the IP address, subnet mask and default gateway. For the setting value, consult the network administrator. IP Address Sets the IP address. [192.168.000.001] Note When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, the IP address is set to “192.168.0.1” regardless of the display. When the NETWORK switch is set to LAN, the IP address is set to the displayed one. Subnet Mask Sets the subnet mask. [255.255.255.000] Note When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, the subnet mask is set to “255.255.255.000” regardless of the display. When the NETWORK switch is set to LAN, the subnet mask is set to the displayed one. Default Gateway Sets whether or not to set the default gateway ([Off] or On). Address Sets the address of the default gateway. [---.---.---.--- (no setting)] Cancel Cancels the changed or confirmed setting. Confirm Saves the changed or confirmed setting. SNMP Setting Sets SNMP. For the setting value, consult the network administrator. Contact Sets the information of the administrator. When the item is selected, you can enter a new name. New Name: Enter a new name (up to 20 characters). System Configuration Menu 67 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) kName Sets the information for the administration (device ID). r

o w t e N C h a p t e r 3 M e n u When the item is selected, you can enter a new name. New Name: Enter a new name (up to 20 characters). Location Sets the location information. When the item is selected, you can enter a new name. New Name: Enter a new name (up to 20 characters). Trap Sets the address to send the information. Mode Sets the settings to send information manually or automatically ([Manual] or Auto). Trap Address Setting Sets the IP address to send the information. [000.000.000.000] When Mode is set to Manual, you can select this item. When the item is selected, you can set the IP address of Trap1 to Trap4. Cancel: Cancels the changed or confirmed setting. Confirm: Saves the changed or confirmed setting. Trap Address Status Displays the IP address to send the information. When Mode is set to Auto, you can select this item. When the item is selected, the IP address of Trap1 to Trap4 is displayed. Reset Mode/Address Resets the settings to send information manually or automatically and the IP address to the factory setting. When the item is selected, the following message appears. Are you sure? OK: To reset the data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button. Authentication Sets whether or not to issue the authentication ([Disable] or Enable). Community Sets the community name. When the item is selected, you can enter the community name (up to 20 characters). public: Initially, public is entered automatically. Enter any character after it. New Name: Enter a community name. Protocol Setting Sets the required items for communications such as the port number. For the setting value, consult the network administrator. SDCP/SDAP Community Sets the SDCP/SDAP community name. When the item is selected, you can enter the community name (four characters). SONY: SONY is entered as a community name. New Name: Enter a new name. SDCP Port No Sets the SDCP port number. Set to 53434 to 53534. [53484] SDAP Port No Sets the SDAP port number. Set to 53812 to 53912. [53862] SDAP Broadcast Sets whether or not to issue the SDAP (Disable or [Enable]). SDAP Broadcast Period Sets the period (seconds) to issue the SDAP. Set to 05 to 30. [15] Acceptable IP Address Sets the IP address to connect. When the item is selected, you can set IP1 to IP4. Cancel: Cancels the changed or confirmed setting. Confirm: Saves the changed or confirmed setting. Reset Protocol Setting Resets the protocol setting. When the item is selected, the following message appears. Are you sure? OK: To reset data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button.

Parallel Remote Sets the parallel remote function. Parallel Remote Selects whether or not to use the parallel remote functions. ([Off] or On) 68 System Configuration Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) e1 Pin to 8 Pin Assigns the function to each pin of the PARALLEL REMOTE connector when Parallel Remote t is set to On. o 1 Pin: [CH01] m e 2 Pin: [CH02] R l 3 Pin: [External Sync] e l l a 4 Pin: [Mono] r a 5 Pin: [Marker] P 6 Pin: [unused] 7 Pin: [unused] 8 Pin: [Tally] You can change the assignment to the following functions for pins 1 to 8. Parallel Remote (1/4) CH01 to 30: Selects a channel number. Enter the desired channel number with the numeric buttons. ----: Unused Under Scan: The under scan function. When it is set to off, the scan mode is set to C Normal Scan. h a Over Scan: The over scan function. When it is set to off, the scan mode is set to Normal p t e Scan. r 3 Native Scan: The native scan function M 16:9: The 16:9 aspect ratio function. When it is set to off, the aspect ratio is set to 4:3. e n u The aspect ratio may be fixed to 16:9 due to the signal format. For details, see “Available Signal Formats” on page 103. H Delay: The horizontal sync display function V Delay: The vertical sync display function External Sync: The synchronization function to external sync signals Comb: The comb filter function. When it is set to off, the trap · band-pass filter (Trap/ BPF) is selected. You can select the type of comb filter in NTSC Comb Filter menu (page 58) of the Display Setting menu. Parallel Remote (2/4) Aperture: The aperture modification function Mono: The monochrome display function Blue Only: The function by which red and green signals are cut and only the blue signal is displayed as a monochrome picture R Off: The cutting function of red signals G Off: The cutting function of green signals B Off: The cutting function of blue signals Chroma Up: 12 dB up function of the chroma setting value Black Frame Insertion: The display function in black frame insertion mode Interlace: The display function in interlace mode Tally: The function to turn on the tally lamp Parallel Remote (3/4) Marker: The display function of all markers Aspect Marker: The display function of the aspect marker Area Marker 1: The display function of the area marker 1 Area Marker 2: The display function of the area marker 2 Side by Side: The side by side function Power Off: The monitor power function Parallel Remote (4/4) Black Detail Mode: The display function in black detail mode Audio Level Meter: The display function of the audio level meter ALM Hold Reset: The function to cancel the peak hold of the audio level meter Time Code: The display function of the time code Checkerboard: The display function for the left and right 3D video signals in a checkerboard pattern L/R Switch: The display function for the left and right 3D video signals by switching alternately For the pin assignment, see “PARALLEL REMOTE connector” in Location and Function of Parts on page 19. System Configuration Menu 69 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Power Sets the status of the monitor when the main power is turned on or the power is turned on by remote operation. Standby Mode Sets the status when the MAIN POWER switch is turned on. [Off]: Operation mode On: Standby mode Power On Status Sets the input channel when the power is turned on. [Last]: Sets to the channel that was selected at the time the power was last turned off. CH: Sets to the channel number specified in Default CH. Default CH Selects the channel (01 to 30) when the Power On Status is set to CH. [01] On Screen Set Sets the items for the screen display. Input Information Sets the display of the input information. Format Sets the display mode of the signal system. [Auto]: Disappears after being displayed for a while. On: Always displayed. Off: Not displayed. C h a p Note t e r The picture rate display is 23.98, 29.97 or 59.94 (example 1080/59.94P) when the signal is 3 input from the BKM-250TG, Format is set to 3G/HD/SD-SDI Auto (page 52) in the Input M Configuration menu, and the Picture Rate information for the Payload ID is 23.98 Hz, e n u 29.97 Hz or 59.94 Hz, even if the monitor determines the picture rate as 24 Hz, 30 Hz or 60 Hz. For details on Payload ID, see “SDI Payload ID Status” (page 77) of the Status menu. Position Sets the display position for the signal system. You can select from Top Left (top left), Top Center (top center), Top Right (top right), [Bottom Left] (bottom left), Bottom Center (bottom center) or Bottom Right (bottom right). CH No Sets the display mode of the channel number. [Auto]: Disappears after being displayed for a while. On: Always displayed. Off: Not displayed. Position Sets the display position for the channel number. You can select from Top Left (top left), Top Center (top center), [Top Right] (top right), Bottom Left (bottom left), Bottom Center (bottom center) or Bottom Right (bottom right). CH Name Sets the display mode of the channel name. [Auto]: Disappears after being displayed for a while. On: Always displayed. Off: Not displayed. Position Sets the display position for the channel name. You can select from [Top Left] (top left), Top Center (top center), Top Right (top right), Bottom Left (bottom left), Bottom Center (bottom center) or Bottom Right (bottom right). Scan Mode Sets the display mode of the scan mode. [Auto]: Disappears after being displayed for a while. On: Always displayed. Off: Not displayed. Position Sets the display position for the scan mode. You can select from Top Left (top left), Top Center (top center), Top Right (top right), Bottom Left (bottom left), Bottom Center (bottom center) or [Bottom Right] (bottom right). Closed Caption Sets the items for the closed caption display. When the BKM-244CC is installed, you can select the item. The setting is effective for the input signal of the BKM-244CC. Closed Caption Sets whether or not to display closed caption signal ([Off] or On). 70 System Configuration Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) tType Sets the closed caption type. e [Auto1]: Select to set to 608(VBI) when the SD-SDI signal is input or 708 when the HD S SDI signal is input. n e Auto2: Select to set to 608(VBI) when the SD-SDI signal is input or 608(708) when the e r c HD-SDI signal is input. S 708: Select to display the closed caption signal of the EIA/CEA-708 standards. n O 608 (708): Select to display the closed caption signal of the EIA/CEA-608 standards transmitted by EIA/CEA-708 standards. 608 (ANC): Select to display the closed caption signal of the EIA/CEA-608 standards transmitted as the ancillary data 608 (VBI): Select to display the closed caption signal of the EIA/CEA-608 standards transmitted by using the line 21. Service 708 Sets Service when Type is set to 708. You can select from Service1 to Service6. [Service1] Service 608 Sets Service when Type is set to 608 (VBI), 608 (ANC) or 608 (708). You can select from CC1 to CC4 or Text1 to Text4. [CC1] C h OSD Level Sets the luminance of the letter. a p t You can select from [100IRE] (bright), 50IRE or 30IRE (dark). e r 3 Audio Level Meter Sets the audio level meter. M When the BKM-250TG is installed, you can select the item. e n u The setting is effective for the input signal of the BKM-250TG. Note As the audio level meter is superimposed on the video signal, the audio level meter may be cut partially because of the scan mode setting of the monitor. Audio CH Sets the audio channel. You can select from [CH1-CH8] or CH9-CH16. Position Sets the display position of the audio level meter. You can select from [Bottom] (bottom) or Top (top). Transparency Sets the transparency of the background of the audio level meter. You can select from [Black] (black) or Half (translucence). Peak Hold Sets the peak hold mode of the audio level meter. [Off]: The peak hold does not function. Auto: The peak hold is automatically released after about 1 second. Manual Reset: The peak hold is released manually. To release the peak hold, select ALM Hold Reset (page 66) in the Function Switch menu of the Display Function menu or set ALM Hold Reset to on by pressing the ALM Hold Reset button* of the controller. * ALM Hold Reset is assigned to the controller in the Function Key menu (page 79) of the Controller menu. Time Code Sets the time code. When the BKM-250TG is installed, you can select the item. The setting is effective for the input signal of the BKM-250TG. Note As the time code is superimposed on the video signal, the time code may be cut partially because of the scan mode setting of the monitor. VITC/LTC Sets the type of the time code. You can select from [VITC] or LTC. Position Sets the display position of the time code. You can select from Top Left (top left), [Top Center] (top center), Top Right (top right), Bottom Left (bottom left), Bottom Center (bottom center) or Bottom Right (bottom right). Password Sets the password for the menu. Enter a four-digit number for the password. [9999] Change Password Changes the password. Enter New Password: Enter a new password with the numeric buttons and press the ENTER (Ent) button. Re-Enter Password: Enter the new password again and press the ENTER (Ent) button. The password is registered. To change it, press the MENU button. System Configuration Menu 71 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) dApply Password Sets whether or not to apply the password to each menu (Yes or [No]). r

o w s s a P C h a p t e r 3 M e n u Adjustment Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Input Configuration Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Display Setting Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Display Function Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. System Configuration Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Individual Item Sets whether or not to apply the password to the System Configuration menu. Network Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Parallel Remote Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Power Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. On Screen Set Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Date/Time Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Scan Mode Skip Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. File Management Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Controller Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password. Key Protect Yes: Apply the password. [No]: Not apply the password.

Date/Time When the item is selected, you can set or change the date and time. Year Sets the year. Month Sets the month. Day Sets the day. Hour Sets the hour (in 24-hour display). Minute Sets the minute. Cancel Cancels the setting. Confirm Executes the setting. Second is set to 0. Scan Mode Skip Sets the scan mode to be skipped when the SCAN button is pressed in the single mode connection. [None]: No scan is skipped. Under Scan: The under scan is skipped. Over Scan: The over scan is skipped. Monitor Upgrade Upgrades the monitor. When the item is selected, the screen for inputting the password is displayed. After the 4-digit password is entered, the current versions of Software Version, Kernel Version, FPGA1 Version, FPGA2 Version, and FPGA Core Version are displayed. For the password, see Password (page 71) of the System Configuration menu. For details on upgrading the monitor, see “Upgrading the Monitor and Controller” on page 94. Software Upgrade Upgrades the software for the monitor. Kernel Upgrade Upgrades the kernel of the monitor. 72 System Configuration Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) eFPGA Upgrade Upgrades the FPGA data of the monitor. d a r g p U r o t i n o M Maintenance The menu for the Sony service representative is displayed. C h a p t e r 3 M e n u System Configuration Menu 73 File Management Menu Overview The system data is saved, copied and deleted. When File Management is selected, the following menu is displayed. iFile Management Save To B Copy From B Delete B Data Maintenance B C h a p t e r 3 M e n u Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Save To Saves the data in the “Memory Stick”. Note Use the “Memory Stick” after formatting. Memory Stick Saves the data in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, you can select the file to save data, or create a new file name. New Name: Enter a new name of the new file (1 to 20 characters). Existed file name: Select the file to save data. The following message appears. Overwrite this file? OK: To overwrite the data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Cancel: To cancel, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Note When a new name is entered, the “.” must not be used as the first character. Copy From Copies the data. Other Monitor Selects the data of other monitor. Monitor ID Enter the ID number of the source monitor. When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, this is not selectable. When the ID number is entered, you can select the data to be copied. All: Copies all data. Picture Preset: Copies the picture preset data. Color Temp: Copies the color temperature data. CH Memory: Copies the channel memory data. Matrix/Gamma: Copies the user data of Matrix/Gamma (transmission matrix and transmission gamma). Marker: Copies the preset data of the marker. System: Copies the system data. 74 File Management Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Memory Stick Selects the data in the source “Memory Stick”. m When the item is selected, the file names in the “Memory Stick” are displayed. o r F When the item is selected, you can select the data to be copied. y p All: Copies all data. o C Picture Preset: Copies the picture preset data. Color Temp: Copies the color temperature data. CH Memory: Copies the channel memory data. Matrix/Gamma: Copies the user data of Matrix/Gamma (transmission matrix and transmission gamma). Marker: Copies the preset data of the marker. System: Copies the system data. Delete Deletes the file in the “Memory Stick”. Memory Stick Deletes the file in the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the file names in the “Memory Stick” are displayed. When the file is selected, the following message appears. C h Delete this file? a p OK: To delete the data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. t e r Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button. 3 M Data Maintenance Does maintenance the system data. e n u Back Up System Data Writes the data to the “Memory Stick” as the backup data. The “In progress x” is displayed and “x” flashes during data writing. (It may take some time to write the data.) Restore System Data Reads the data from the “Memory Stick”. When the item is selected, the following message appears. All data will be restored and monitor will restart Are you sure? OK: To continue, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Reads the data from the “Memory Stick” and automatically restarts the monitor. Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button. Returns to the Data Maintenance menu. File Management Menu 75 Status Menu Overview This menu is used to view general data about the monitor status, current channel, etc. When Status is selected, the following menus are displayed.

iStatus 1/2 CH Status B Slot Status Option1 HD-SDI/D1 B Option2 D1 B Option3 Composite B C Option4 Component B h a p t e SDI Payload ID Status B r 3 HDMI Status B M e n u vV iStatus 2/2 vV Model Name: B xxxxx Serial No: B xxxxx Software Version: xxxxx Operation Time: xxxxx Backlight: xxxxx Network Switch: xxx Controller Status B

Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) CH Status Displays the information on the used channels. The information of the internal signal assigned to the channel number is displayed on the channels 91 to 97. CH: Channel number Op: Option slot number In: Input connector number Format: Input signal format Name: Channel name For details on the assigned signal, see “Channel numbers 91 to 97 assignment” on page 37.

Slot Status Option1 to Option4 Displays the type of input adaptor installed in Option1 to Option4. D1: When BKM-220D is installed Composite: When BKM-227W is installed Component: When BKM-229X is installed HD-SDI/D1: When BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC is installed 3G-SDI: When BKM-250TG is installed Empty: When the adaptor is not installed Unknown: When non-supported adaptor is installed When the item is selected, the model name and serial number of the installed input adaptor are displayed. Model Name: Model name Serial No: Serial number

76 Status Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) SDI Payload ID Status Displays the information of the Payload ID data superimposed on the SDI signal and current signal status of the monitor. When the option slot number in which the BKM-250TG is installed is selected in Slot No of the Input Configuration menu, the following is displayed. Option1/Input1: Option slot and input connector of the displayed information Payload ID XX XX XX XX: Displays the 4-byte data for Payload ID of the SMPTE 352M standard in hexadecimal in sequence of Byte 1, Byte 2, Byte 3 and Byte 4. When the Payload ID information is not set, only Current Status is displayed and “---” is displayed for other items. When the following information is not decoded, Unknown is displayed. Video Standard: Decode display of Byte 1_Bit 6-0 (SD-SDI/HD-SDI/3G-SDI/Dual Link HD-SDI, etc.) Sampling Structure: Decode display of Byte 3_Bit 3-0 (4:2:2 Y/Cb/Cr / 4:4:4 Y/Cb/ Cr / 4:4:4 G/B/R, etc.) Bit Depth: Decode display of Byte 4_Bit 1-0 (8bit/10bit/12bit) Picture Rate: Decode display of Byte 2_Bit 3-0 (23.98/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60) I/PsF/P: Decode display of Byte 2_Bit 7-6 (Interlace/PsF/Progressive) C h Link Number: Decode display of Byte 4_Bit 7-6 (Single/Link_1 / Link_2 / Link_3 / a p Link_4) t e r Current Status: Current status of the monitor 3 Format: Displayed as “Video Standard + Sampling Structure + Bit Depth” M e Video Standard: 3G/DL/HD/SD n u Sampling Structure: 422 YPbPr/444 YPbPr/ 444 RGB Bit Depth: 10/12 I/PsF/P: Interlace/PsF/Progressive HDMI Status Displays the signal information of the HDMI signal. Pixel Encoding: RGB 4:4:4/YCbCr 4:4:4/YCbCr 4:2:2 Color Depth: 8bit/10bit/12bit Matrix/Gamma: ITU-R BT.601/ITU-R BT.709/xvYCC 601/xvYCC 709 RGB Range: Limit/Full Notes • When HDMI Auto is set to On in the Matrix/Gamma menu of the Input Configuration menu, the Matrix/Gamma status is displayed. • When HDMI Auto is set to On in the RGB Range menu of the Input Configuration menu, the RGB Range status is displayed. Model Name Displays the model name of the monitor. Serial No Displays the serial number of the monitor. Software Version Displays software version of the monitor. Operation Time Displays operation time (hours, in total) of the monitor. Backlight Displays brighten time (hours, in total) of the monitor backlight. Network Switch Displays the NETWORK switch setting. Controller Status Displays information on the controller. Model Name Displays the model name. Serial No Displays the serial number. Software Version Displays software version. Network Switch Displays the NETWORK switch setting. Status Menu 77 Controller Menu Overview This menu is for the network setting and assigning the function to the function button of the controller. When Controller is selected, the following menu is displayed. iController Network B Function Key B Monitor ID Display: xxx Controller Upgrade B C h a p t e r 3 M e n u Menu Function and Operation Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) Network Sets the remote control function of the network. For the setting value, consult the network administrator. Network Setting Sets the IP address, subnet mask and default gateway. IP Address Sets the IP address. [192.168.000.100] Note When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, the IP address is set to “192.168.0.100” regardless of the display. When the NETWORK switch is set to LAN, the IP address is set to the displayed one. Subnet Mask Sets the subnet mask. [255.255.255.000] Note When the NETWORK switch is set to PEER TO PEER, the subnet mask is set to “255:255:255:000” regardless of the display. When the NETWORK switch is set to LAN, the subnet mask is set to the displayed one. Default Gateway Sets whether or not to set the default gateway ([Off] or On). Address Sets the address of the default gateway. [---.---.---.--- (no setting)] Cancel Cancels the changed or confirmed setting. Confirm Saves the changed or confirmed setting. SNMP Setting Sets SNMP. For the setting value, consult the network administrator. Contact Sets the information of the administrator. When the item is selected, you can enter a new name. New Name: Enter a new name (up to 20 characters). Name Sets the information for the administration (device ID). When the item is selected, you can enter a new name. New Name: Enter a new name (up to 20 characters). 78 Controller Menu Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting) kLocation Sets the location information. r When the item is selected, you can enter a new name. o w New Name: Enter a new name (up to 20 characters). t e N Trap Sets the address to send the information. Mode Sets the settings to send information manually or automatically ([Manual] or Auto). This item cannot be selected when the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5. Trap Address Setting Sets the IP address to send the information. [000.000.000.000] When Mode is set to Manual or the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5, you can select this item. When the item is selected, you can set the IP address of Trap1 to Trap4. When the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5, you can set only the IP address of Trap1 and Trap2. Cancel: Cancels the changed or confirmed setting. Confirm: Saves the changed or confirmed setting. Trap Address Status Displays the IP address to send the information. C h a When Mode is set to Auto, you can select this item. p t e This item cannot be selected when the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5. r 3 When the item is selected, the IP address of Trap1 to Trap4 is displayed. M e Reset Mode/Address Resets the settings to send information manually or automatically and the IP address to the n u factory setting. This item cannot be selected when the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5. When the item is selected, the following message appears. Are you sure? OK: To reset the data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button. Authentication Sets whether or not to issue the authentication ([Disable] or Enable). This item cannot be selected when the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5. Community Sets the community name. This item cannot be selected when the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5. When the item is selected, you can enter the community name (up to 20 characters). public: Initially, public is entered automatically. Enter any character after it. New Name: Enter a community name. Protocol Setting Sets the required items for communications such as the port number. This item cannot be selected when the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5. For the setting value, consult the network administrator. SDCP/SDAP Community Sets the SDCP/SDAP community name. When the item is selected, you can enter the community name (four characters). SONY: SONY is entered as a community name. New Name: Enter a new name. SDCP Port No Sets the SDCP port number. Set to 53434 to 53534. [53484] SDAP Port No Sets the SDAP port number. Set to 53812 to 53912. [53862] SDAP Broadcast Sets whether or not to issue the SDAP (Disable or [Enable]). SDAP Broadcast Period Sets the period (seconds) to issue the SDAP. Set to 05 to 30. [30] Reset Protocol Setting Resets the protocol setting. When the item is selected, the following message appears. Are you sure? OK: To reset data, press the ENTER (Ent) button. Cancel: To cancel, press the MENU button. Function Key Assigns the function to the function buttons. This item cannot be selected when the monitor is controlled with BKM-15R or BVM-A14F5. Controller Menu 79 Menu Function and operation ([ ]: factory setting)yF1 to F16 The following functions are assigned.

e K n o i t c n u F C h a p t e r 3 M e n u Scan Mode: Changes the scan mode of the picture. Native Scan: Displays the picture in native scan mode. 16:9: Changes the aspect ratio to 16:9, and when set to Off, the aspect ratio changes to 4:3. The aspect ratio of some signals is fixed to 16:9 depending on the signal format. For details, see “Available Signal Systems” on page 101. H Delay: The picture moves horizontally and a horizontal sync signal appears. • Brightness of the picture increases automatically, and it makes it easy to check the sync part. • When V DELAY button is set to on in H delay mode, a pulse cross picture is displayed. V Delay: The picture moves vertically and a vertical sync signal appears approximately in the center of the screen. • Brightness of the picture increases automatically, and it makes it easy to check the sync part. • When H DELAY button is set to on in V delay mode, a pulse cross picture is displayed. External Sync: Sets whether or not to set to the external sync mode when the analog component signal or analog RGB signal is input. When the button is set to on, the signal to be displayed is synchronized with the sync signal input to the EXT SYNC connector (External Sync). When set to off, the signal to be displayed is synchronized with the sync signal included in the signals being monitored (Internal Sync). Note When the button is set to off (Internal Sync), a sync signal is added on the Y signal to monitor the analog component signal and on the G signal to monitor the analog RGB signal. Comb: The comb filter is turned on. When the button is set to off, the band-pass filter is selected. When the displayed signal is NTSC, PAL or PAL-M, this functions. You can select the kind of the comb filter in the NTSC Comb Filter menu (page 58) of the Display Setting menu. Char Off: The characters on the monitor screen hide during manual adjustment. Color Temp: You can access directly the Manual Adjust menu of the color temperature. Capture Load: Displays the menu to load the captured picture from the “Memory Stick”. Aperture: When the function is set to on, the frequency response can be modified. The degree of modification is set in the Aperture Value menu (page 58) of the Display Setting menu. For information about the aperture modification frequency for each signal system, see “Aperture Modification Frequency” on page 109. Mono: When the button is set to on, a monochrome picture is displayed. When the button is set to off, the monitor switches automatically between color and monochrome mode, depending on the color discrimination of the input adaptor. Blue Only: Red and green signals are cut, and only the blue signal is displayed as a monochrome picture. It makes it easy to adjust chroma and phase, and to check VTR noise. R Off: R (red) signals are cut respectively. G Off: G (green) signals are cut respectively. B Off: B (blue) signals are cut respectively. Chroma Up: The chroma setting increases by 12 dB. Black Frame Insertion: Displays in the black frame insertion mode. Interlace: Displays in the interlace mode. Pixel Zoom: The part of the picture is magnified up to 8 times. Note When Pixel Zoom is used, set Native Scan to On. Marker: All markers are displayed on the screen. Note When External Sync is set to On, the marker may not be shown in the correct position. Aspect Marker: An aspect marker is displayed on the screen. Note When External Sync is set to On, the marker may not be shown in the correct position.

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