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Input Select: RGB
sync signal (H sync)
sync signal (V sync)
The signal is input with the Y/Pb/Pr (Y/Cb/Cr) terminals. The HD and VD terminals are
not used. Video adjustment options on the menu are the AV type.
Compatible input range: 480i/576i, 480p/576p, 1080i (50Hz (*4) /60Hz), 720p (60Hz). (*1)
The monitor operates using Video (RGB) and Sync (HD/VD) signals, just like a PC
(analog). Supported sync signals are ordinary separate sync (HD/VD) and Sync On
Green. (*2) (*3)
Video adjustment options on the menu are the PC type.
Compatible input range: Conforms to PC (analog). Appendix 1
■ INPUT3: Either COMPONENT or RGB can be selected for the input video signal. Input Select
*1 Auto-detects video signal frequency.
*2 Automatic sync signal type detection
*3 Sync signal presence is detected in the order: Separate Sync → Sync On Green. If for some reason
Separate Sync is not input, the system will operate assuming that the signal is a Sync On Green
signal (i.e. that the sync signal is contained in the G signal of RGB), and this may result in an
unstable image, depending on the video signal.
*4 1080i (50Hz) corresponds to a SMPTE274M signal. (Horizontal frequency is 28.125kHz)
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