Connecting peripheral equipment – Sharp PN-H801 User Manual

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Connecting Peripheral Equipment

• Connect with a commercially available HDMI certified

cable (a high-speed type is recommended). For the

following, use a high-speed HDMI cable:

- When connecting a device that is compatible with 4K2K


- When inputting a 1080p video signal

• When using the supplied DisplayPort-HDMI conversion

cable, use the HDMI1 - 3 input terminal.

• When using the audio input terminal with HDMI input,

use the HDMI3 input terminal and set AUDIO SELECT of


• Compatible audio signals

- Type: Linear PCM (2 ch), AAC, Dolby Digital

- Sampling frequency: 48kHz / 44.1kHz / 32kHz

• Use an HDMI cable connector with the following dimensions:

Thickness: 1/2 inch (12 mm)

or less

5. PC D-sub input terminal

• When using the audio input terminal with the PC D-sub

input terminal, set AUDIO SELECT of INPUT SELECT in

the SETUP menu to VIDEO + AUDIO.

• When using the PC D-sub input terminal, space is

required behind the monitor.

6. USB port

• Connect a USB flash drive to the USB port.

• Do not connect a USB device other than a USB flash


• Turn off the power of the monitor when removing a USB

flash drive.

Supported USB flash drives

File System



Up to 32 GB

(maximum file size 2 GB)

• Do not use a USB flash drive with a security function or

a write protection function.

• Use a USB flash drive with a shape that can be inserted

in the USB port. Some USB flash drives with special

shapes cannot be inserted. Do not forcibly insert a USB

flash drive. This may damage the connector and cause


7. Audio input terminal

• This is used to input analog audio when video is shown

using the HDMI3 input terminal or the PC D-sub input

terminal. Check the setting in AUDIO SELECT of INPUT

SELECT in the SETUP menu.

• Use an audio cable without resistance.

8. Headphone terminal

• Use commercially available headphones (mini stereo


• The output sound varies depending on the input mode.

• The volume can be adjusted using the volume adjustment.

• When headphones are connected to the headphone

terminal, sound is not output from the monitor speakers.

9. Digital audio output (optical) terminal

• You can output MPEG2 AAC / Dolby Digital audio format

from the monitor.

• Use the following for the digital audio output (optical)


Thickness: 1/2 inch (12 mm)

or less

10. CONTROL terminal (RS-232C input terminal)

• The monitor can be connected to a PC using the RS-

232C conversion cable (supplied) and a commercially

available RS-232 straight cable to control the monitor

from the PC.

11. LAN terminal

• You can control the monitor from a PC on a network by

connecting a commercially available LAN cable between

this terminal and a network.