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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual.


Getting Started
Before using this monitor, please make sure that the following items are included in your package: Multiscan 100ES/200ES monitor (1), power cord (1), warranty card (1), "Windows95 Monitor Information Disk" (1), and this operating instruction manual (1). This monitor will sync with any IBM or compatible system equipped with VGA or greater graphics capability. Although this monitor will sync to other platforms running at horizontal frequencies between 30 and 70 kHz, including Macintosh and Power Macintosh system, a cable adapter is required. Please consult your dealer for advice on which adapter is suitable for your needs. Step 1: With the computer switched off, attach the video signal cable to the video output.

Using Your Monitor
Preset and User Modes
The Multiscan 100ES/200ES has factory preset modes for the 8 most popular industry standards for true âplug and playâ capability. For less common modes, the Multiscan 100ES/200ESâs Digital Multiscan Technology will perform all of the complex adjustments necessary to ensure a high quality picture for any timing between 30 and 70 kHz.

When one of the preset-type signals is input, no picture adjustment is necessary. You can, however, adjust the picture to your preferences by following the procedure described below. You can adjust all items on the OSD (On Screen Display).
Control Panel

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Before adjusting the items, turn on the unit and feed the video signal from the connected computer/work station. Adjustments will be stored automatically.






CPD-100ES/100EST and CPD-200ES/200EST
No. Resolution Horizontal Vertical Graphics (dots à lines) Frequency Frequency Mode 1 640 à 480 31.5 kHz 60 Hz VGA Graphic 1) 2 3 4 5 640 à 480 800 à 600 800 à 600 832 à 624 1024 à 768 1024 à 768 1280 à 1024 43.3 kHz 46.9 kHz 53.7 kHz 49.7 kHz 60.0 kHz 68.7 kHz 64.0 kHz 85 Hz 75 Hz 85 Hz 75 Hz 75 Hz 85 Hz 60 Hz VESA 2) VESA 2) VESA2) Macintosh 16" Color 2) VESA

Adjusting the Picture Contrast
The adjustment data becomes the common setting for all input signals.

Adjusting the Picture Centering
The adjustment data becomes the individual setting for each input signal received.

Press the > ?// button. The âBRIGHTNESS/CONTRASTâ OSD appears.

Press the CENTER button. The âCENTERâ OSD appears.

IBM or compatible computer to video output

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Apple computer to video output Macintosh adapter (not supplied)

For the customers using the Windows®4)95 Install the new model information of the Sony computer display
from âWindows95 Monitor Information Diskâ into your PC. (To install the file, refer to the attached âAbout the Windows95 Monitor Information Disk/Fileâ.)





3 1 . 5 kHz/70Hz

Horizontal frequencyâ Vertical frequencyâ

For vertical adjustment Press the ¨ >/. buttons.

This monitor complies with âVESA DDCâ, the standards of Plug&Play. If your PC/graphic board complies with DDC, select âPlug and Play Monitor (VESA DDC)â or this monitorâs model name (CPD-100ES/100EST or CPD-200ES/ 200EST) as âMonitor typeâ from âControl Panelâ on Windows95. Some PC/graphic boards do not comply with DDC. Even if they comply with DDC, they may have some problems on connecting to this monitor. In this case, select this monitorâs model name (CPD-100ES/100EST or CPD200ES/200EST) as âMonitor typeâ on Windows95.
Recommended horizontal timing conditions
Horizontal sync width should be: >1.0 µsec. Horizontal blanking width should be: >3.6 µsec. (Multiscan 100ES)/ >3.0 µsec. (Multiscan 200ES). Vertical sync width should be: < 560 µsec.

Step 2:

Attach the power cord to the monitor and the other end to a power outlet.


Press the > ?// buttons to adjust picture contrast. / . . . for more contrast ? . . . for less contrast > . . . to move up . . . . to move down For horizontal adjustment Press the > ?// buttons.

The âBRIGHTNESS/CONTRASTâ OSD disappears 3 seconds after you release the buttons. To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.

Power cord (supplied) to a power outlet

Adjusting the Picture Brightness
The adjustment data becomes the common setting for all input signals.

Step 3: Step 4:

Turn on the monitor and computer. If necessary, adjust the user controls according to your personal preference.

CPD-100ES/100EST and CPD-200ES/200EST does not apply to Macintosh 21" color mode.


Press the ¨ >/. button. The âBRIGHTNESS/CONTRASTâ OSD appears.

The installation of your Multiscan 100ES/200ES is complete. Enjoy your monitor. 1) VGA is a trademark of IBM Corporation. 2) VESA is a trademark of the non-profit organization, Video Electronics Standard Association. 3) Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc. 4) Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

? . . . to move left / . . . to move right To erase the âCENTERâ OSD, press the CENTER button again. The âCENTERâ OSD automatically disappears 10 seconds after you release the buttons. To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.

100 50 3 1 . 5 kHz/70Hz

Horizontal frequencyâ

Vertical frequencyâ


Press the ¨ >/. buttons to adjust picture brightness.
. . . . for less brightness > . . . for more brightness â The horizontal and vertical frequencies for each input signal received appear on the âBRIGHTNESS/CONTRASTâ OSD.

The âBRIGHTNESS/CONTRASTâ OSD disappears 3 seconds after you release the buttons.


To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.


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