NEC FE750 Computer Monitor user guide

Degauss: Eliminates the buildup of stray magnetic fields which alter the correct scan of the electron beams and affect the purity of the screen colors, focus and convergence. When activated, your screen image will jump and waver a bit as the screen is demagnetized.

Caution: Please allow a minimum of 20 minutes to elapse between uses of the

Degauss Control.

Size and Position Controls

Auto Adjust: Automatically adjusts the horizontal and vertical size and position settings for applicable signal timings.

Left/Right: Moves the image horizontally (left or right).

Down/Up: Moves the image vertically (up or down).

Narrow/Wide: Decreases or increases the horizontal size of the image.

Short/Tall: Decreases or increases the vertical size of the image.

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Color Control/AccuColor Control System

Color presets 1 through 5 selects the desired color setting. The bar is replaced by the color setting choice from 1 to 5. Each color setting is adjusted at the factory to the stated Kelvin. If a setting is adjusted, the name of the setting will change from Kelvin to Custom.

Red, Green, Blue: NECs AccuColor Control System decreases or increases the monitors red, green or blue color guns depending upon which is selected. The change in color will appear on screen and the direction (decrease or increase) will be shown by the bars.

Geometry Controls

Geometry Controls Menu

The Geometry controls allow you to adjust the curvature or angle of the sides of your display.

Sides In/Out (pincushion): Decreases or increases the curvature of the sides either inward or outward.

Sides Left/Right (pincushion balance): Decreases or increases the curvature of the sides either to the left or right.

Sides Tilt (parallelogram): Decreases or increases the tilt of the sides either to the left or right.

Sides Align (trapezoidal): Decreases or increases the bottom of the screen to be the same as the top.

Rotate (raster rotation): Rotates the entire display clockwise or counterclockwise.

Moir Canceler: Moir is a wavy pattern which can sometimes appear on the screen.

The pattern is repetitive and superimposed as rippled images. When running certain applications, the wavy pattern is more evident than in others. To reduce moir, adjust the ON/Level by using the /+ CONTROL buttons.

Basic Convergence: Aligns all three colors (R,G,B) to form a single color (white).

The purpose of this control is to ensure that a white line drawn on the screen is as crisp and clear as possible.

Use the Horizontal control to adjust the alignment of the white lines in the up/down direction.

Use the Vertical control to adjust the alignment of the white lines in the left/right direction.

Area Convergence: A small window will appear to indicate the area of adjustment Top Horizontal, Top Vertical, Bottom Horizontal or Bottom Vertical.

Corner Correction: Allows you to adjust the geometry of the corners of your display Top, Top Balance, Bottom or Bottom Balance.

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Linearity: This selection allows you to adjust the spacing of the area on the screen.

The purpose of this control is to ensure that a one-inch circle is a true one-inch circle wherever it is on the screen. The best way to determine the vertical linearity is as

Draw equally spaced horizontal lines using a drawing application that has a ruler.

Use the Vertical Balance control to adjust the lines near the top and bottom of your screen.

Use the Vertical control to adjust the spacing between the lines near the center and top of your screen.

GlobalSync Control (MultiSync FE950 and MultiSync FE1250 only): Eliminates picture impurities that may result from the earths magnetic field. While in the sub-menus (Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left or Bottom Right), use the /+ control buttons to fine tune the GlobalSync corrections.

Note: NEC recommends that you perform GlobalSync correction while running a typical application such as a spreadsheet or text document.

Factory Preset: Selecting Factory Preset allows you a reset most OSM control settings back to the factory settings. A warning statement will appear to confirm that you do want to reset ALL settings. Individual settings can be reset by highlighting the control to be reset and pressing the RESET button.

Language: OSM controls menus are available in seven languages.

OSM Turn Off: The OSM controls menu will stay on as long as it is in use. In the

OSM Turn Off sub-menu, you can select how long the monitor waits after the last touch of a button for the OSM controls menu to disappear. The preset choices are 10, 20, 30, 60 and 120 seconds.

OSM Lock Out: This control completely locks out access to all OSM controls functions except Brightness and Contrast. When attempting to activate OSM controls while in the lock out mode, a screen will appear indicating that OSM controls are locked out. To activate the OSM Lock Out function, press PROCEED, then press and hold down simultaneously. To deactivate the OSM Lock Out, press PROCEED, then press and hold down simultaneously.

Enable: The IPM System works normally and all stages of energy savings are utilized.

Disable: The Off Mode of the IPM

System is not used.

NOTE: For standard systems and graphics boards, keep the factory setting at ENABLE.

IPM System Off Mode:

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EdgeLock Control: Operating your monitor at a non-standard timing may cause images to appear darker than normal or have color distortion. Use of the