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This is a good quality scan of the Operation & Maintenance (Service) Manual for the PAL version of this high-band broadcast umatic, BVU-800P
All schematics and lineup procedures appear to be included in this one manual AFAICT.
The file size is just over 113 MB which gives an idea of the quality and number of pages.
All of the schematics, which contain some fairly small print, are easily readable when you zoom into the page.
John Thompson, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England.
Good quality, all schematics of few of models. There is also short form of user manual and regulation manual.
Perfect copy of the service manual. you can enlarge every page, and it comes up
with all details.
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Customizing Your Monitor
Degaussing the monitor
The monitor is automatically degaussed (demagnetized) when the power is turned on. To manually degauss the monitor, first press the v/V buttons to highlight (MANUAL DEGAUSS). Then press only the right 6 b button. The monitor is degaussed for about three seconds. If a second degauss cycle is needed, allow a minimum interval of 20 minutes for the best result.
Note â¢ Before using this feature, the monitor must be in normal operation mode (Green power indicator) for at least 30 minutes. If the monitor goes into power saving mode, you must return the monitor to normal operation mode and wait for 30 minutes for the monitor to be ready. You may need to adjust your computerâs power saving settings to help keep the monitor in normal operation mode for the full 30 minutes. If the monitor is not ready, the following message will appear.
AVAILABLE AFTER WARM UP COLOR RETURN
Customizing Your Monitor
9 Using the GRAPHIC ENHANCEMENT OSD
This setting is stored in memory for the current input signal.
Resetting the adjustments
Resetting a specific adjustment
1 Press the MENU button.
The main MENU appears on the screen. Navigate through the on-screen menus to select the adjustment item you want to reset, and press the RESET button. You can do this while you are adjusting an item.
2 Press the
v/V buttons to highlight
Locking the controls
To protect adjustment data by locking the controls, first press the v/V buttons to highlight (CONTROL LOCK). Then press the right 6 b button to turn the lock ON. Only the 1 (power) switch, EXIT and (CONTROL LOCK) of the OPTION menu will operate. If any other items are selected, the mark appears on the screen.
To cancel the control lock Repeat the procedure above and set
ENHANCEMENT and press the MENU button again. GRAPHIC ENHANCEMENT OSD appears.
3 Press the
v button to select the mode. STANDARD MODE
Resetting all of the adjustments for the current input signal
Press the RESET button when no menu is displayed on the screen. Note that the following items are not reset by this method: â¢ on-screen menu language (page 9) â¢ on-screen menu position (page 8) â¢ control lock (page 9)
â¢ The monitor may gradually lose its ability to perform this function due to the natural aging of the picture tube.
PRESENTATION MODE GRAPHICS/VIDEO MODE The STANDARD MODE is ideal for spreadsheets, word processing, and other text oriented applications.
Cancelling the moire
(CONTROL LOCK) to OFF.
To turn the moire cancellation function on or off, first press the v/V buttons to highlight (CANCEL MOIRE). Then press the 6 B/b buttons to turn the moire cancellation ON or OFF.
Changing the OSD language
To change the language of the OSD, first press the v/V buttons to highlight (LANGUAGE). Then press the 6 B/b buttons to select the desired language.
â¢ ENG â¢ DEU â¢ ITA â¢ SWE â¢ JPN LANGUAGE â¢ FRA â¢ ESP â¢ NLD â¢ RUS
Adjusting the amount of the moire cancellation
Before you can adjust this setting, the Cancel Moire setting must be turned ON. To adjust the amount of moire cancellation, first press the v/V buttons to highlight (MOIRE ADJUST). Then press the 6 B/b buttons to adjust the amount of moire cancellation until the moire effect is at a minimum.
* Moire is a type of natural interference which produces soft, wavy lines on your screen. It may appear due to interference between the pattern of the picture on the screen and the phosphor pitch pattern of the monitor. Example of moire
The PRESENTATION MODE is useful for presentation programs that require vivid colors. The GRAPHICS/VIDEO MODE gives movies and games enhanced visual appeal by increasing the sharpness and brightness. The selected mode indication appears on the screen for about three seconds. If the screen appears too white, adjust the color temperature (see âAdjusting the color of the picture (COLOR)â on page 8).
Note The PRESENTATION MODE and GRAPHICS/VIDEO MODE may produce ghost images when displaying text oriented applications. These modes change the brightness of the picture dynamically according to changes in moving pictures. If ghost images appear, set the Video Enhancement Mode to STANDARD MODE.
Resetting all of the adjustments for all input signals
Press and hold the reset button for more than two seconds when no menu is displayed on the screen. This resets everything to the factory preset mode.
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ENG: English FRA: French DEU: German ESP: Spanish ITA: Italian NLD: Dutch SWE: Swedish RUS: Russian JPN: Japanese
Resetting all of the adjustment data to the factory presets
Press and hold the reset button for more than five seconds. This resets everything to the factory presets including the input selection.
Note The RESET button does not function when
(CONTOL LOCK) is
set to ON.
Restoring the Color Image
The color of most display monitors tend to gradually lose brilliance after several years of service. The Color Return feature allows you to restore the color to the original factory preset levels. To restore the image, first press the v/V buttons to select (COLOR RETURN). Then press the right 6 b button. A white rectangle appears in the center of the screen while the image is being restored (about two seconds).