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To ensure safety / Precautions for use

To ensure safety

Precautions for use

To ensure safety

This section describes precautions to be taken to prevent injury or damage to users and surrounding property, and to make sure that users can use the display safely. Strictly observe all of these instructions when using this display.

Warning and caution marks

Warning
A failure to observe any of the precautions specified by this mark may result in the death or serious injury of a user.

Caution
A failure to observe any of the precautions specified by this mark may result in injury or damage to surrounding property.

Meanings of pictograms

Prohibition

Observe the instruction

Warning

Do not attempt to repair, disassemble, or tamper with this display.

Doing so may result in ignition, electric shock, rupture, burn, or malfunction.

Never connect this display to another device if the display has failed or is malfunctioning in any way.

If this display fails or operates abnormally, disconnect it from all external devices. If this display is used without first correcting a failure or abnormality, it may catch fire or cause an electric shock.

Never place things on top of the power cord, pull or bend the cord, press the cord against things, or tamper with the cord in any way.

Never use the power cord when it is twisted or bent. The conducting wire core in the power cord may break, ignite, or cause short circuits or electric shocks.

Never touch this display or the power cord during a thunderstorm.

Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock.

Never use a power cord that is not supplied with or designated for this display.

A power cord not designated for this display may smoke or catch fire.

Do not place small parts (screws, etc.) and the plastic bags used for packaging within the reach of babies and infants.

If babies or infants swallow small parts or put plastic bags over their faces, they may suffocate.

Never get the display wet or use it in a damp environment.

If water or a detergent splashes on this display, it may penetrate through gaps and cause sparking or electric shocks.

• Never attempt to use the display if it has gotten wet.

When one of the following abnormalities occurs, unplug the power plug from the electrical socket.

• If water or foreign matter gets inside this unit.

• If this unit emits a bad smell, abnormal noise, or smoke.

If you continue to use this unit as it is, it could cause a fire or electric shock.

About the dry batteries

Do not place the dry batteries within the reach of babies or infants.

If a baby or infant swallows a dry battery, suffocation or stomach trouble may result. Immediately contact a doctor if you suspect that a baby or infant has swallowed a dry battery.

Be aware of the following precautions with the dry batteries:

An injury or burn may result if the batteries fail, generate heat, rupture, ignite, or leak electrolyte.

• Use only designated dry batteries.

• Never heat the dry batteries or put them into flames.

• Never leave the dry batteries in a place exposed to direct sunlight, a hot and humid place, a vehicle, etc.

• Stop using the dry batteries at once if they generate heat, leaks,emit unusual odors, are discolored or deformed, or otherwise appear unusual.

• Never use dry batteries with different capacities or of different types or brands.

• Remove the dry batteries when they are empty or when they are not to be used for a long time.

Caution

Observe the following instructions to prevent eye fatigue:

You can view the screen continuously with greater comfort by minimizing differences in brightness between the screen, the surfaces of your keyboard and documents, and the area around and behind the display. When viewing the screen continuously for a long period, try to take a 10- to 15-minute break every hour. Viewing the screen for a long period will tire the eyes.

Never do anything that could damage the surface of the monitor screen.

• Never knock or push the screen with excessive force. Doing so may cause damage, failure, or injury.

• Never push the screen with a sharp-tipped object. Doing so may cause damage, failure, or injury.

• Never rub or tap the screen with something hard. Doing so may damage the screen or cause an injury.

Precautions for use

To prevent screen burn-in

Displaying the same image for a long period may result in screen burn-in.

• Turn off the power when not using personal computer or display.

• Use the power-saving or screen-saver function whenever possible.

Maintenance method

To remove dirt sticking to this display, disconnect the power cord and lightly wipe this display with a soft and clean cloth.

• Never use benzine, thinner, alcohol, antiseptic agents, chemical wipes, cleaners, cleaning paper, etc. to clean the display. Agents like these may degrade or crack the display.

About life-limited parts

• This display includes life-limited parts (backlight, aluminum electrolytic capacitor, etc.).

• The lifetimes of the life-limited parts depend on conditions such as the frequency of use and usage environment (temperature, humidity, etc.).

• This display is designed for use in general households and offices. Its lifetime may be shortened by use in another environment.

Do not use this display continuously for more than 12 hours a day

This display is not intended for continuous 24-hour use. It is designed for use within 12 hours a day (environmental temperature 25 °C). Continuous use for long hours will shorten the lifetimes of life-limited parts.

Other

• Bright spots (constantly lit spots) or dark spots (constantly unlit spots) may appear on some monitor screens. This monitor screen has 99.999% or more effective pixels. The remaining 0.001% pixels are missing pixels or bright spots. Bright and dark spots are not failures or defects.

• Visible blurring or uneven brightness may also sometimes appear on the screen, depending on the viewing angle or temperature changes. Blurring and uneven brightness are not failures or defects.

Reminders

1) This display and this user's guide are literary works of I-O Data Device, Inc. The unauthorized reproduction, copying, and reprinting of and/or alterations to this display or user's guide, whether in whole or in part, are prohibited by law.

2) This display is not intended for use with or incorporation into medical devices, nuclear equipment and devices, aerospace devices, transportation equipment and devices, equipment and devices affecting human lives, such as weapon systems, or equipment and devices requiring high reliability, such as submarine repeaters and space satellites. If you use this display for such equipment, device, control system, etc. and a failure of this display causes an accident resulting in injury or death, fire accident, or social loss, I-O DATA DEVICE, INC. will bear no liability for damages. Users are requested to ensure extremely safe designs, such as redundancy designs, fire retardancy control designs, and designs to prevent malfunctions, for equipment, devices, control systems, etc.

3) Please note that I-O DATA DEVICE, INC. will not assume any liability for the effects of operation of this display on other equipment, devices, or systems, even when the safe designs described above are ensured.

About trademarks

• All company names, product names, etc. referred to in this user's guide are, in general, the trademarks or registered trademarks of respective companies.

• HDMI, the HDMI logo, and the High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of the HDMI Licensing Administrator, Inc.

Switch input.

Switch the input port connected to the input source you are using.

Switch input with the remote.

Switch input with the buttons on the display.

Switch input with the remote.

The screen does not appear.

See "The screen does not appear."

Switch input with the buttons on the display.

  1. Press any of the buttons.

    How to operate the buttons.

    Press the button just above the ▼mark on the back of the monitor to operate the buttons.

  2. The button guide appears.

  3. Press the [Input Switch] button.

  4. Select the input port connected to the input source you want to display.

    ⇒ The images sent to the selected input port appear.

The screen does not appear.

See "The screen does not appear."

Press the button once to open the input switching settings.

The button guide displays for Steps 1 and 2 can be skipped.
See "One-step operation."

Adjust the audio volume.

Adjust the audio volume with the remote.

Adjust the audio volume with the buttons on the display.

Adjust the audio volume with the remote.

No sound comes from the monitor.

See "No sound comes from the monitor."

Volume(Vol.) cannot be set to the maximum value.

Need to allow increasing power consumption.
See Volume(Vol.) / Brightness cannot be set to the maximum value.

Adjust the audio volume with the buttons on the display.

  1. Press any of the buttons.

    How to operate the buttons.

    Press the button just above the ▼mark on the back of the monitor to operate the buttons.

  2. The button guide appears.

  3. Press the [Audio Volume] button.

  4. Adjust the audio volume.

    ⇒ The audio volume is set.

Volume(Vol.) cannot be set to the maximum value.

Need to allow increasing power consumption.
See Volume(Vol.) / Brightness cannot be set to the maximum value.

No sound comes from the monitor.

See "No sound comes from the monitor."

Press the button once to open the audio volume settings.

The button guide displays for Steps 1 and 2 can be skipped.
See "One-step operation."

Adjust the brightness (luminance).

Adjust the brightness with the remote.

Adjust the brightness with the buttons on the display.

Adjust the brightness with the remote.

Brightness cannot be set to the maximum value.

Need to allow increasing power consumption.
See Volume(Vol.) / Brightness cannot be set to the maximum value.

Adjust the brightness with the buttons on the display.

  1. Press any of the buttons.

    How to operate the buttons.

    Press the button just above the ▼mark on the back of the monitor to operate the buttons.

  2. The button guide appears.

  3. Press the [Luminance] button.

  4. Adjust the brightness (luminance).

    ⇒ The brightness (luminance) is set.

Brightness cannot be set to the maximum value.

Need to allow increasing power consumption.
See Volume(Vol.) / Brightness cannot be set to the maximum value.

Press the button once to open the brightness (luminance) settings.

The button guide displays for Steps 1 and 2 can be skipped.
See "One-step operation."

Set the illumination.

Your monitor is equipped with an illuminated logo on the back.
You can change the logo lighting settings.

Description of the logo lighting settings.

Switch the illumination.

Description of the logo lighting settings.

There are four main logo lighting settings.

Logo brightness
Set the brightness.

Logo color
Set the illumination color. Set the color by selecting “red,” “green,” or “blue.” The “Custom” color you select will become the “logo color.”

Change Speed
Set the speed at which the logo lighting pattern changes.

Change Pattern
Select a change pattern.

Change Pattern

Constantly lit
The logo remains constantly lit in the set color.

Breath
Adjust the brightness gradually in the following steps of bright → dark → bright.

Wave (←)
The illumination sweeps to the left.

Wave (→)
The illumination sweeps to the right.

Flash
The illumination flashes and then fades.

Reflect
The left and right waves sweep across the screen in turns.

Switch the illumination.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Open [Illumination].

  3. Set the desired illumination.

Charge by USB-C.

Your monitor is equipped with a USB-C port on the back.
Though mainly used to connect input sources, the USB-C port can also be used to charge smartphones or tablets by supplying electric power of up to 20 W.

  1. Connect the attached USB cable to the USB-C port on the back.

    * If using your own USB cable separately, use a USB 3.1 Gen 2 cable.

  2. Connect the smartphone you wish to charge to the connected USB cable.

    * Smartphones and tablets can be charged even when the monitor power is turned off.

    * Some types of smartphones and tablets cannot be charged.

Adjust other settings.
(Open the Main Menu.)

Open the Main Menu with the remote.

Open the Main Menu with the buttons on the display.

Press [Menu] to open the Main Menu.

  1. Press any of the buttons.

    How to operate the buttons.

    Press the button just above the ▼mark on the back of the monitor to operate the buttons.

  2. The button guide appears.

  3. Press the [Menu] button.

    ⇒ The Start Menu opens.

    My Favorites function

    Your monitor lets you register frequently used settings as “My Favorites.”
    Settings registered as “My Favorites” are displayed in the Start Menu. You can adjust them without opening the Main Menu.

    The three items marked ★ are “My Favorite Items.”
    The “Contrast” and “Color Temp.” are set at the default values set when you purchase your monitor.

    To register My Favorite settings, see “Register items as My Favorites.

  4. Select [Main Menu].

  5. The Main Menu opens.
    Select the items you want to set.

Press the button once to open the Start Menu.

The button guide displays for Steps 1 and 2 can be skipped.
See "One-step operation."

Select one of the image display modes available (screen modes).

Settings appropriate for various types of content are registered in your monitor by default.
These settings are called “screen modes.”
You can display clear and beautiful images simply by switching the display mode (detailed settings not required).

Screen modes

Select a screen mode with the remote.

Select a screen modewith the buttons on the display.

Screen modes

There are 5 screen modes.

Standard
Displays input images on the screen as they are.

Game
Beautifies game visuals by displaying them with enhanced clarity on the screen.

FPS
Adjusts the person-to-person (frames per second) FPS to display partners with high viewability.

RPG
Displays RPG game images vividly on the screen.

Web
Displays the web screen with enhanced clarity.

Change the screen mode setting.

When the settings for your monitor are changed, they are registered in the current screen mode.

* The following screen mode settings are available:
Luminance, Contrast, Black Level, Color Temp., Gamma, NightCV, Enhanced Color, Enhanced Contrast, Color Depth, Over Drive, Through Mode, Super Reso., CREX, Quantization Range, Aspect Ratio, Blue Reduction 2, Logo Brightness, Logo Color, Speed, Pattern, Sound Mode, Surround

* The registered screen mode settings can be reset to the default settings.

Select a screen mode with the remote.

Select and press one of the screen mode buttons.

Select a screen modewith the buttons on the display.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Image] and open [Screen Mode].

  3. Select a screen mode.

    ⇒ The monitor switches to another screen mode.

Use a sub-screen.

Images from another input source can be displayed on a “sub-screen” besides the regular screen (main screen).

Display a sub-screen.

Switch the image on the sub-screen.

Switch the sound (between the main screen and sub-screen).

Change the size of the sub-screen (three steps).

Change the position of the sub-screen (four positions).

Display a sub-screen.

The sub-screen setting switches with each press of the [On/Off] button.
PiP→PbP→Off→PiP…

Select the setting with the buttons on the display.

1) Open the Main Menu.

2) Select [PinP/PbyP] and adjust the [PxP Mode] setting.

Sub-screens are not available when some certain functions are enabled.

• Sub-screens are not available when“CREX” “S. Reso. Demo” “through mode” are enabled. Turn these functions “Off” to enable “sub-screens.”

• The sub-screen function cannot be used when displaying HDR video.

Switch the image on the sub-screen.

Press [Input] to change the input source providing the sub-screen image (the input source changes with every press).
Press [Main/Sub] to switch the image between the main screen and sub-screen.

* Images input from “HDMI 1” and “HDMI 2” cannot be displayed at the same time. Images input from the “DisplayPort” and “USB-C” cannot be displayed at the same time.

Select the setting with the buttons on the display.

• Input Switch

1) Open the Main Menu with the buttons on the display.

2) Select [PinP/PbyP] and adjust the [Sub V.Source] setting.

• Main-Sub Switch

1) Open the Main Menu with the buttons on the display.

2) Select [PinP/PbyP] and open [Main/Sub Switching].

Switch the sound (between the main screen and sub-screen).

Select the setting with the buttons on the display.

1) Open the Main Menu with the buttons on the display.

2) Select [PinP/PbyP] and adjust the [Audio Source] setting.

Change the size of the sub-screen (three steps).

* This setting is available only for PiP.

Select the setting with the buttons on the display.

1) Open the Main Menu with the buttons on the display.

2) Select [PinP/PbyP] and adjust the [PxP Size] setting.

Change the position of the sub-screen (four positions).

* This setting is available only for PiP.

Select the setting with the buttons on the display.

1) Open the Main Menu with the buttons on the display.

2) Select [PinP/PbyP] and adjust the [PxP Position] setting.

Customize the image display.

Various image display settings are available on your monitor.
Descriptions of the settings follow below. Select the settings you prefer.

Videos

Screen Mode

Select settings appropriate for various types of content.

Contrast

Adjust the difference between the bright and dark areas of the image.

Black Level

Adjust the black tinge of the whole image.

Color Temp.

Adjust the color tone of the image.

Gamma

Adjust the contrast gradation characteristic to suit the image.

HDR

HDR responds to HDR signal input.

Game

NightCV

This function brightens dark areas in images to make them easier to see.
This is convenient for games with many dark scenes.

Enhanced Color

The enhanced color function enhances the definition and vividness of the image.

Enhanced Contrast

The enhanced contrast function makes dark areas darker and bright areas brighter.
Contrast-enhanced images are optimum for photos and games.

Color Depth

The color depth function adjusts the color depth to display the image more vividly.

Over Drive

The overdrive function reduces ghosting in fast-moving scenes to enhance the perceived clarity even in fast-moving games.
At the same time, overdrive may cause color drift, color changes, etc. on the screen.

Through Mode

Disabling certain image processing functions will reduce display latency during game play.
The time lag between the operation and display will be reduced in a quick-moving game.

※ No sub-screen can be displayed when this function is set to [On].
In addition, [Cinema 1] and [Cinema 2] will be unavailable in the [Aspect Ratio] menu.

Display

Super Reso.

The super resolution function improves the perceived resolution of images: low-resolution images look sharper, even on large-size screens.

CREX

The image brightness is controlled slowly and naturally according to changes in the scene.

Quantization Range

If the color of an image looks unusual, you can correct it by changing the setting.

Aspect Ratio

Set the ratio between the height and length of the image. (Illustration)

※ When [Through Mode] is set to [On], [Cinema 1] and [Cinema 2] will be unavailable.

Health Care

Blue Reduction 2

The blue reduction 2 function reduces blue light, a common cause of eyestrain during computer use.

※ The color temperature cannot be adjusted when this function is enabled.

Register items as My Favorites.

Operate this function by pressing the buttons on the main body.

You can register and use My Favorites via the operating buttons on the main body.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Move to the item you want to register in “My Favorites.”

    Items that can be registered in My Favorites

    You can register the item just before setting it.
    Example: Blue Reduction 2, Screen Mode, etc.

    * Menu groups (such as images) and set values (such as a Blue Reduction 2 value of 5) cannot be registered.

    * Some items cannot be registered.

  3. With an item selected, hold down [Enter] for 3 seconds.

  4. Select one of the three My Favorites frames to register the item.

    ⇒ The selected item will be registered (as in Favorites).

    Registering items in a frame will overwrite any previously registered items.

    Replace previously registered items with the new items desired.

Select a sound effect (sound mode) to fit the sound content.

Select an appropriate effect simply by switching the sound mode to fit the type of sound content.

Sound modes

Select a sound mode.

Sound modes

There are five sound modes. The sound modes can be disabled (turned off), if preferred.

Flat
This mode adjusts the sound to a level that sounds natural.

Pop
This mode is best for playing pop music.

Rock
This mode is best for playing rock music.

Theater
This mode is best for playing movies.

Game
This mode adjusts gaming BGM and sound effects to make them easier to hear.

Select a sound mode.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Audio] and open [Sound Mode].

  3. Select a sound mode.

    ⇒ The sound mode switches.

Turn off the Power LED.

If the power lamp on the LCD is glaring, you can adjust its brightness.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Major Operations] and open [Power LED].

  3. Select an appropriate level or [Off].

    ⇒ The brightness of the power lamp changes.

Operate an HDMI device with the remote.

A device connected with an HDMI cable can be operated with the remote for your monitor (CEC function).

Enable the CEC function.

Operate an HDMI device.

Enable the CEC function.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Others] and open [CEC].

  3. Select [On].

    ⇒ An HDMI device can be operated with the remote for your monitor.

Operate an HDMI device.

An HDMI device can be operated with the remote.

• Menu (CEC):
Use this key to open the device menu.

• Direction keys, Enter key, Return key:
Use these keys to operate the device menu.

The HDMI device cannot be operated.

• Enable the HDMI CEC function.

• Check if the HDMI device operates in response to the HDMI CEC commands.

• Some HDMI devices may be unable to perform some or all of their operations through HDMI CEC. These device operations are excluded from the coverage of the warranty coverage.

One-step operation.

A press of a button for a given function may directly open that function without opening the button guide display that normally appears when the button is first pressed.

For example, a single press of the Audio Volume button opens the audio volume adjustment screen.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Menu Display] and open [Direct].

  3. Select [On].

    ⇒ The target item will open directly. The initial button guide will not appear.

List of Menu items

Button guide

Start Menu

Main Menu

Button guide

How to open the button guide

Open the Main Menu with the buttons on the display.

• Input Source
Switches the input port display.

• Vol.
Adjusts the audio volume.

• Brightness
Adjusts the brightness of the screen.

• Menu
Displays the “Start Menu.”

Start Menu

How to display the Start Menu

Open the Main Menu with the buttons on the display.

• ★ Contrast
Adjusts the difference between bright and dark areas.

• ★ Color Temp.
Adjusts the color of the light.

• ★ My Favorites 3 (unregistered)
You can add items here as My Favorites.

• Main Menu
Displays the “Main Menu.”

Items marked with ★

For items marked with ★, you can register your favorite settings as My Favorites.
See “Register items as My Favorites.” for details.

Main Menu

How to display the Main Menu

Open the Main Menu.

* Depending on the displayed image, some setting options may not appear.

Videos

Game

Display

Major Operations

PinP/PbyP

Menu Display

Health Care

Illumination

Audio

Others

Videos

• Screen Mode
Select settings appropriate for various types of content.

• Contrast
Adjust the difference between the bright and dark areas of the image.

• Black Level
Adjust the black tinge of the whole image.

• Color Temp.
Adjust the color tone of the image.

• Gamma
Adjust the contrast gradation characteristic to suit the image.

• HDR
HDR responds to HDR signal input.

Game

• NightCV
This function brightens dark areas in images to make them easier to see.
This is convenient for games with many dark scenes.

• Enhanced Color
The enhanced color function enhances the definition and vividness of the image.

• Enhanced Contrast
The enhanced contrast function makes dark areas darker and bright areas brighter.
Contrast-enhanced images are optimum for photos and games.

• Color Depth
The color depth function adjusts the color depth to display the image more vividly.

• Over Drive
The overdrive function reduces ghosting in fast-moving scenes to enhance the perceived clarity even in fast-moving games.
At the same time, overdrive may cause color drift, color changes, etc. on the screen.

• Through Mode
Disabling certain image processing functions will reduce display latency during game play.
The time lag between the operation and display will be reduced in a quick-moving game.

* No sub-screen can be displayed when this function is set to [On].
In addition, [Cinema 1] and [Cinema 2] will be unavailable in the [Aspect Ratio] menu.

Display

• Super Reso.
The super resolution function improves the perceived resolution of images: low-resolution images look sharper, even on large-size screens.

• CREX
The image brightness is controlled slowly and naturally according to changes in the scene.

• Quantization Range
If the color of an image looks unusual, you can correct it by changing the setting.

• Aspect Ratio
Set the ratio between the height and length of the image. (Illustration)

* When [Through Mode] is set to [On], [Cinema 1] and [Cinema 2] will be unavailable.

Major Operations

• Power Save
Set the power-saving operation when your monitor enters standby.

• Sig. Detect
Set the operation to take place when no image is input.

• Quick Start
The quick start-up function reduces the delay before the screen appears.

• Sync Setting
Changing this setting may fix problems in the image display.

* When displaying images from DisplayPort or USB-C, the setting values are only 1 and 2.

• Power LED
Adjust the brightness of the power lamp.

PinP/PbyP

• PxP Mode
The sub-screen mode function switches the status of the sub-screen.

• Sub V.Source
The sub-screen image function switches the image displayed on the sub-screen.

* Images input from “HDMI 1” and “HDMI 2” cannot be displayed at the same time.
Images input from the “DisplayPort” and “USB-C” cannot be displayed at the same time.

• Audio Source
Select the screen that will output sound.

• PxP Size
Change the size of the sub-screen.

• PxP Position
Change the position of the sub-screen.

• Main/Sub Switching
The main-sub switching function switches the main screen and sub-screen.

Menu Display

• Hold Time
Set the number of seconds the Settings Menu remains on screen (seconds until it disappears).

• Language
Set the language for the Settings Menu.

• Direct
Set the button guide display.

• Video Info.
Set the image information to be displayed.

• Rotation
Rotates the menu to match the display orientation.

• Reset
The reset function restores the default settings at the time of purchase.

Health Care

• Blue Reduction 2
The blue reduction 2 function reduces blue light, a common cause of eyestrain during computer use.

* The color temperature cannot be adjusted when this function is enabled.

Illumination

• Logo Brightness
Set the brightness of the illumination.

• Logo Color
Set the illumination color.

• Red
Set the illumination color. Set the “Logo Color” to [Custom].

• Green
Set the illumination color. Set the “Logo Color” to [Custom].

• Blue
Set the illumination color. Set the “Logo Color” to [Custom].

• Speed
Set the speed at which the illumination pattern changes.

• Pattern
Select the illumination pattern.

Audio

• Sound Mode
Apply special sound effects.

• Surround
Apply a virtual surround effect that seems to wrap the user in sound.

Others

• DDC/CI
Set DDC/CI communication with the PC.

• CEC
Enables the operation of some HDMI device functions using the remote.

• S. Reso. Demo
The super resolution demonstration mode function allows you to check the super resolution effect by putting the monitor into demonstration mode.

* CREX will be disabled.

• System Update
The system update function updates your monitor’s system.

* There is no update information. If there is any, it will be informed on the Web site.

List of Menu items >

About Aspect Ratio.

Aspect Ratio 4:3, 5:4 video 16:9 video 21:9 video
Resolution 480p 720p, 1080p -
Example of resolution 640x480,
1280x1024
1280x720,
1920x1080
2560x1080,
3440x1440
Full
Enlarge (zoom) the input signal without maintaining the aspect ratio
Fixed
Enlarge (smart zoom) the input signal while maintaining the aspect ratio
Cinema1
In movies and other images, adjust the top and bottom so that there are no black bands on both sides *1
Cinema2
In movies and other images, adjust the top and bottom further to display so that there are no black bands at both sides *1,*2

* If the resolution is other than the optimum resolution (maximum resolution), the outline will be blurred due to the enlargement processing of the image.

*1 The top and bottom of the image may be cut off.

*2 Compared to Cinema 1, the aspect ratio may collapse.

When you are in trouble

When you are in trouble >

The screen does not appear.

If the screen remains dark after waiting for about 2 minutes, check the power lamp.

The power lamp is turned off.

The power lamp is orange or blue.

The power lamp is turned off.

The power is probably turned off.

• Press the Power button.

• Check if the power cable is inserted all the way.

• Check if the power cable is connected to the outlet.

Some of the settings registered may have disabled the power lamp.

In this case, no image can be received. See “The power lamp is orange or blue.

The power lamp is orange or blue.

No image can be received.

  1. Disconnect the cable connecting your PC / input source with the monitor and reinsert it all the way.

  2. Select the name of the input port to display in “Input Switch.”

    Switch input.

    When connecting a laptop computer.

    Check the “external monitor output” setting in the user’s guide for your laptop computer.

  3. If the screen remains dark after a wait of several minutes, try to change the [Sync Setting].

    * If [Sync Setting] does not appear on the screen, go to the next step.

  4. If the screen remains dark after a wait of several minutes, turn off the power of your PC / input source, wait a few seconds, and turn it back on.

  5. If the screen remains dark after a wait of several minutes, contact the Support Center.

When you are in trouble >

The color of the screen looks unusual.

Set the Quantization Range.

Reset your monitor.

If the problem remains.

Set the Quantization Range.

Try to change the contrast enhancement setting in the Settings Menu.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Display] and open [Quantization Range].

  3. Change the setting to [Full] or [Limited].

    ⇒ The problem will be resolved if the image signal and Quantization Range match.
    If they do not match, change the setting to the other option.

  4. If the problem remains, try the following procedure:

    Reset your monitor.

Reset your monitor.

Try to reset your monitor in the Settings Menu.
(Write down the current settings, as needed.)

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Menu Display] and open [Reset].

  3. Select [Execute].

    ⇒ The settings are reset.
    Confirm that the screen is correctly displayed.

  4. If the problem remains, try the following procedure:

    If the problem remains.

If the problem remains.

Try the following procedure:

The power lamp is orange or blue.

When you are in trouble >

The image is blurry or stretched out in the vertical or horizontal direction.

Set the PC resolution to 3440x1440.
Low-resolution images are enlarged when displayed, which can change the aspect ratio or cause blurring of the screen or letters.

  1. Right-click on your Desktop.

  2. Click on [Display settings].

    In Windows 8/7

    Click on [Screen Resolution].

  3. Set the Display resolution to 3440x1440.

    When no screen resolution setting is provided in Windows 10.

    Click on [Detailed Display Settings], set the resolution in the displayed window, and click on [Apply].

    In Windows 8

    Set the resolution and click on [Apply].

When you are in trouble >

No sound comes from the monitor.

When the device is connected to a PC.

Some PC operating systems will only output to monitors after a sound output destination is set.

In Windows (example)
1. Right-click on the loudspeaker icon in the notification area.
2. Click on [Sound].
3. Click on the [Play] tab.
4. Select your monitor and click on [Set to Specified Value].
In macOS (example)
1. Click on [Sound] in the System Preferences.
2. Click on the [Output] tab.
3. Select your monitor.

Also check this.

• Check the audio volume of your monitor.

• Check the audio volume of the PC / input source.

• Connecting headphones will mute the speakers of your monitor (when a headphone jack is provided).

When you are in trouble >

The game display is delayed (latency).

If you notice a time lag between the operation and display (display latency) in a quick-moving game, enabling the through mode may fix the problem.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Game] and open [Through Mode].

  3. Select [On].

    ⇒ The through mode is enabled.
    Disabling certain image processing functions will reduce display latency during game play.
    The time lag between the operation and display will be reduced in a quick-moving game.

When you are in trouble >

Volume(Vol.) / Brightness cannot be set to the maximum value.

In order to comply with the ERP standard, the maximum 'Volume(Vol.)' and 'Brightness' are limited.
On the screen displayed at the first startup, please agree to increase the power consumption.
If you are already using this product, you need to reset it. Write down the setting value so that you can restore it after resetting.

  1. Open the Main Menu.

  2. Select [Menu Display] and open [Reset].

  3. Select [Execute].

    ⇒ The settings are reset.

  4. When the following screen is displayed, select [Yes].

  5. In this way, you can set the 'volume(Vol.)' and 'Brightness' to the maximum value.
    Please set the setting value again after reset.

When you are in trouble >

When you want to adjust the sizes of icons or letters in Windows.

Since your monitor offers a high resolution, the sizes of letters or icons may seem different from what you see on your screen under the regular setting.
If you wish, you can adjust the sizes of your screens and letters by changing the settings on your PC.

Operation in Windows 10 (example):

  1. Right-click on your desktop and click on [Display settings] in the menu displayed.

  2. When you are using two or more displays, select your monitor.

  3. Set the size in “Change the size of text, apps, and other items.”

When you are in trouble >

Messages displayed

You see the message, “No image signal can be displayed.”

You see the message, “The menu is locked.”

You see the message, “No image signal can be displayed.”

When no Windows screen is displayed.

No image can be received.

The power lamp is orange or blue.

When a Windows screen is displayed.

Set the resolution.

The image is blurry or stretched out in the vertical or horizontal direction.

You see the message, “The menu is locked.”

The menu is locked.

To enable the menu operation, hold down the second button from the left for 3 seconds.

When you are in trouble >

The input will not automatically switch to USB-C.
When connected through USB-C, the display suddenly switches to another input source.

It depends on the setting of [Sig. Detect] under [Major Operations] to detect USB-C automatically or not.

* When setting the mode to [Manual], the input will not automatically switch.

When [Detect Image Signal] under [Operate Main Body] is set to [Automatic (High Speed)] (default value)

When [Detect Image Signal] under [Operate Main Body] is set to [Automatic]

When [Detect Image Signal] under [Operate Main Body] is set to [Automatic (High Speed)] (default value)

When the input source is connected to both the “DisplayPort port” and “USB-C port,” the input will not automatically switch to USB-C.
The following events may occur as a result:

• The input does not switch automatically even when the input source connected to the USB-C port is turned on.

• The input switches from the “USB-C port” to another port when in standby, etc. (when no image signal is received).

When possible, avoid connecting the input source to both of the “DisplayPort port” and “USB-C port” whenever possible.

* The USB-C port will not cause such problems when you only use it to charge a smartphone, etc.

* When connecting an input source to both of the “DisplayPort port” and “USB-C port,” set the item to [Manual] and switch the input with the remote, if possible.

When [Detect Image Signal] under [Operate Main Body] is set to [Automatic]

When this item is set to [Automatic], the input will not automatically switch to USB-C.
The following events may occur as a result:

• The input does not switch automatically even when the input source connected to the USB-C port is turned on.

• The input switches from the “USB-C port” to another port when in standby, etc. (when no image signal is received).

To use the USB-C port, set [Detect Image Signal] under [Operate Main Body] to [Automatic (High Speed)] or [Manual].

* The USB-C port will not cause such problems when you only use it to charge a smartphone, etc.

* When connecting an input source to both of the “DisplayPort port” and “USB-C port,” set the item to [Manual] and switch the input with the remote, if possible.

When you are in trouble >

To remove the neck/base/stand.
Attach a monitor arm (VESA).

The methods for these operations are described in the attached user’s guide.

If you do not have the user’s guide, you can download it from our Web page.

* For some models, the neck/base/stand cannot be removed, or a monitor arm (VESA) cannot be attached.

When you are in trouble >

When you don’t know what to use for a DDC/CI.

DDC/CI stands for “Display Data Channel Command Interface.”
By enabling this function, you can select the settings for the LCD from a PC. DDC/CI-compatible software is required to do so.

When you are in trouble >

You don’t know whether your LCD is HDR-compatible.

Your monitor accepts the HDR signal input.

You can enjoy HDR content by connecting an HDR-enabled player such as an Ultra HD Blu-ray player.

When you are in trouble >

The LCD fails to respond properly to the remote.

The light detector on the monitor is positioned as shown in the figure below.
Direct the remote at the light detector to send commands to the monitor.

Download / Print this manual.

This document describes how to install this manual to a local drive or print out a hard copy for use in your home or office.

Download this manual.

Print this manual.

Download this manual.

Click on the button above to download the whole manual.
Decompress the downloaded file and open it (index.html file). You can read this manual without connecting your device to the Internet.

* The [Download] button cannot be used on a smartphone or tablet.

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Enhanced Contrast

The enhanced contrast function makes dark areas darker and bright areas brighter. Images appear sharp and well-defined as a result.
Contrast-enhanced images are optimum for photos and games.

Contrast

Adjust the image contrast ratio.
Adjust the luminance ratio between white (maximum luminance) and black (minimum luminance).
The higher the value, the sharper and more well-defined the image.

• Standard

• When the value is high, the image is sharp and well-defined.

• When the value is low, the image appears soft and natural.

Enhanced Color

The enhanced color function corrects the displayed colors by adjusting the chromaticity coordinate axes of six colors (RGB [red, green, blue] and CMY [cyan, magenta, yellow]) to give contrast.

Aspect Ratio

The aspect ratio is the ratio between the height and length of an image. It is frequently expressed as 4:3, 16:9, etc.
Depending on the image resolution and the display settings, the image may be stretched in the vertical or horizontal direction, or some areas of the image may be cut off on the upper, lower, right, and left sides.

Set the image to the maximum display resolution or to the same aspect ratio as the display screen whenever possible.

• 16:9 image correctly displayed.

• 4:3 image displayed in 16:9. Image biased in the vertical direction.

• 4:3 image displayed in 16:9. Black bands appear on the right and left sides.

Color Temp

Color temperature. Adjust the color tone of the image.
A color temperature setting of 6500K corresponds to daylight color or a natural white.
A color temperature of 9300K is vivid but has a slightly bluish white quality.
A color temperature of 7200K is the intermediate setting between 6500K and 9300K.

Brightness

Adjust the light of the screen. Appropriately adjusted brightness (luminance) reduces eyestrain.

• Standard

• Increase

Over Drive

The overdrive function instantly increases voltage changes during screen rewrites, thereby increasing the speed of color changes.
Although the color momentarily exceeds the intended color gradation when the voltage change is increased, the response time also increases. (The moving image seems to accelerate, dashing over the finish line and then snapping back.)
With overdrive, you are less likely to notice ghosting in fast-moving videos or games. The images look sharper as a result.

At the same time, overdrive may cause color drift, color changes, etc. for some images.

Blue Reduction 2

The blue reduction 2 function reduces blue light, a known cause of eyestrain for PC users.

• What is blue light?
The blue light emitted from displays causes eyestrain during PC use.
Long hours of exposure to blue light is also thought to disrupt the body clock.

Light wavelength and blue light

• What is the Blue Reduction 2 function?
This function can reduce blue light.
You can adjust blue light to suit your monitor use. You can reduce it, for example, when viewing photos or doing design work, or increase it when doing office work.

Super Reso

Super resolution. The super resolution function improves the perceived resolution of images: low-resolution images look sharper, even on large-size screens.

CREX

The CREX function controls the brightness of the backlight in real time to suit the brightness of the displayed image. The function can deepen the black of an already dark screen.
The CREX function controls the brightness of an image slowly and naturally according to the changing scenes. This makes it ideal for the viewing of movies, etc.

* Brightness does not exceed the luminance setting.

HDR

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range.
When playing HDR content, the HDR function can also render bright and dark areas that are likely to appear as blown-out highlights and crushed shadows in the conventional dynamic range [SDR: Standard Dynamic Range]. The spacious colors in HDR are a pleasure to view.

NightCV

Night clear vision. The night clear vision function brightens the dark areas of images for improved viewability. In a game with many dark scenes, you won’t miss enemies hiding in the dark or subtle changes in your game world.

PiP

The PiP function displays a sub-screen within the main screen.

PbP

The PbP displays the main screen and a sub-screen side by side.

Quantization Range

Full range

An LCD can display the full range of RGB values (0 to 255). This is called full range.

Limited range

Old-time TV sets displayed an RGB range of 16 to 235. This is called limited range.
(Modern TV sets support the full range.)

Quantization Range

Your monitor automatically identifies whether the image signal is full range or limited range and displays the image accordingly (default value).
If the image and range don’t match, blown-out highlights or crushed shadows may occur, or blacks or whites may appear gray.
These problems can be fixed by changing the Quantization Range setting.

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