Question about Sony SDM-S73/B Monitor
What model do you have? Either way, there should be buttons underneath or at the bottom of the monitor. If not marked, start pressing until one is displayed that shows choices. That would be your menu settings. If you don't need the choice displayed, do nothing and in a few seconds it will disappear.Most likely, the one you need will be in the appearance of a sun or light bulb. The rest of the buttons will allow you to toggle between choices and then adjust up or down (or left and right for positioning). If you don't like changes that have been made, there is always a selection that lets you restore to factory default settings so have fun experimenting.
If you have a display with dual inputs - one for analog (blue cord ends) and digital (white cord endings), make sure you don't choose the wrong input. Your screen will go black until you put it back to the correct input. Let me know if you have further questions.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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