Epson EMP-9300 User`s guide

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Do not look directly into the
projector's lens.
WARNING
Before setting up and using this
projector, be sure to read the
User's Guide.
List of Supported Monitor
Displays ...........................Last page
Connections .................................1
Projection Preparation and
Adjustments ..................................3
Turning the Projector off ................5
Functions for Enhancing
Projection ..................................... 6
List of Configuration Setting
Menus .........................................10
Troubleshooting ...........................11
Quick Reference Guide
List of Supported Monitor Displays
Signal
Refresh rate (Hz)
EGA
VGACGA
VGAEGA
VGA text
60
SXGA+
60/75/85
SXGA
60/72/75/85/100/120, iMac*1
56/60/72/75/85/100/120, iMac*1
60/70/75/85/100, iMac*1
60/70/75/85
SXGA
VGA
SVGA
XGA
Resolution (dots)
User's Guide
"List of Supported Monitor Displays"
Resolutions for resized display (dots)
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1600 × 1200*2
640 × 480
832 × 624
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
960 × 768
1024 × 768
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1312 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1280 × 960*2
1280 × 1024*2
1400 × 1050*2
1024 × 560
1024 × 640
1024 × 560
1024 × 569
1024 × 498
1024 × 768
1400 × 766
1400 × 875
1400 × 766
1400 × 778
1400 × 680
1400 × 1050
EMP-8300
EMP-9300
640 × 350
640 × 400
640 × 350
720 × 400
720 × 350
60/65/70/75/80/85
UXGA
MAC13"
MAC16"
MAC19"
MAC21"
640 × 480
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1152 × 864*2
1024 × 768
1152 × 870*2
SDTV
(525i,525p,625i,625p)
HDTV(750p)
HDTV(1125i,1125p)
*1 Connection is not possible if the equipment does not have a VGA output port.
*2 The resolution for real display is the virtual (window) display resolution.
It may be possible to project signals which are not listed in the above table.
However, not all functions may be supportable with such signals.
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 576
1024 × 576
1400 × 788
1400 × 788
1024 × 768
1016 × 768
1024 × 768
(4:3 aspect ratio)
1024 × 576
(16:9 aspect ratio)
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
(4:3 aspect ratio)
1400 × 788
(16:9 aspect ratio)
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Connections
Be sure to turn the power for all components off before making any
of the following connections.
User's Guide
"Connecting to a Computer"
"Connecting to a Video Source"
Connecting to a
computer
The [Audio] port to use is
the port that is in the same
box as the port being used
to input the video signals.
* An accessory audio cable
is not supplied with the
EMP-9300. Use a
commercially-available
audio cable instead.
Audio cable
RCA audio cable
(accessory)
(commerciallyavailable)
To computer's
audio output port
DVI-D/DVI-D
digital video cable
or DVI-D/DFP
digital video cable
To computer's
audio output port
VGA-HD15/
BNC PC cable
(optional)
(optional)
Red
Red
Red
Orange
If the
Orange
(DVI-D or DFP)
(Mini D-Sub 15-pin)
High-speed
cooling in
progress
If you continue using the projector and
the temperature rises again, the lamp
will switch off automatically.
Check the points to the right.
Warning
If the projector
is close to a
wall, move it
away from the
wall.
Clean the air
filters if they are
blocked.
If the problem is not fixed, stop
using the projector and
disconnect the power plug from
the electrical outlet.
Then contact your dealer or the
nearest address provided in the
"International Warranty
Conditions" section of the
Safety Instructions/World Wide
Warranty Terms booklet.
lit
flashing
Normal
lit
flashing
Standby
condition
If you press the
Green
Warm-up in
progress
Warm-up time is approximately 40 seconds.
After warm-up is complete, the indicator will change to steady green and projection will start.
Green
Projection in
progress
Normal operation is in progress.
Cool-down in
progress
Cool-down time is approximately 30 seconds.
After cool-down is complete, the projector goes into standby mode.
You cannot use the remote control or the projector's control panel during cool-down.
Orange
off
The lamp is near the end of its operating life. Replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible.
If you continue to use the old lamp, the possibility that the lamp may break will increase.
User's Guide "Replacing the Lamp"
Indicator is lit or flashing green or orange
Orange
To computer's monitor
output port
The lamp will switch off automatically
and projection will stop.
Wait for approximately 5 minutes.
After this, check the points to the
right. (With the EMP-8300, disconnect
the power plug first.)
Lamp
replacement
notification
(accessory or optional)
To computer's monitor
output port
Internal
temperature
error
(overheating)
indicator is flashing orange
Computer
cable or
VGA-HD15
PC cable
button, projection will start after warm-up is complete.
off
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Reading the indicators
(Temperature) indicator
The projector is provided with indicators to notify you of
the operating status of the projector.
The following tables show what the indicators mean
and how to remedy the problems that they indicate.
(Lamp) indicator
(Operation) indicator
User's Guide
"Reading the Indicators"
If the
Problem/Warning
indicator is flashing or lit red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Internal error
lit
flashing
off
Disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet.
Then contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the "International Warranty
Conditions" section of the Safety Instructions/World Wide Warranty Terms booklet.
Fan related error/
Sensor error
Lamp cover is
open error./
Lamp timer
failure/Lamp out
Check if the lamp is broken.
Disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet and wait for the lamp to cool down
sufficiently (takes about one hour) before checking.
User's Guide "Replacing the Lamp"
If the lamp is
not broken
Replace the
lamp and
then turn the
power on.
If the lamp is
broken
If the problem is still not solved after the lamp is
replaced, stop using the projector and disconnect
the power cable from the electrical outlet. Then
contact your dealer or the nearest address
provided in the "International Warranty Conditions"
section of the Safety Instructions/World Wide
Warranty Terms booklet.
If the lamp
still does not
turn on,
replace it with
a new lamp.
Contact your local dealer for further advice.
Connecting to video
equipment
To audio
output port
Audio cable
(accessory)
The [Audio] port to use is
the port that is in the same
box as the port being used
to input the video signals.
* An accessory audio cable
is not supplied with the
EMP-9300. Use a
commercially-available
audio cable instead.
Adapters
RCA audio cable
(commerciallyavailable)
(commerciallyavailable)
To audio output port
Computer
cable or
VGA-HD15
PC cable
RGB video
cable
Component
video cable
S- Video
cable
RCA video
cable
(commerciallyavailable)
(commerciallyavailable)
(commerciallyavailable)
(commerciallyavailable)
(accessory or
optional)
To RGB
output port
To RGB
output ports
To component video
output ports
To S-Video
output port
To video
output port
(Mini D-Sub 15-pin)
(3BNC)
(RCA pin jack × 3
(red, green, blue))
(Mini DIN 4-pin)
(RCA pin jack (yellow))
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Projection Preparation and Adjustments
Set the [R/C] switch
to "ON".
User's Guide
"Turning the Projector On"
Check that the power cable is connected to the projector and
to the electrical outlet.
With the EMP-9300, if you change the setting for the "Direct
Power ON" command in the "Advanced2" menu to "ON", the
projector's power will turn on and projection will start at once
when you insert the power plug into the wall outlet.
First turn the power on for other components that are
connected to the projector.
User's Guide "Advanced2 Menu"
Turn the power on
for all input
equipment.
Press the
For a video source, press the [Play] button.
button.
Projection starts after a short period.
When the power is first
turned on after attaching the
standard lens or wide angle
zoom lens, continue with the
configuration menu "Reset
All".
If you do not select "Reset
All", the images may appear
slightly dark.
User's Guide
"Reset All Menu"
If you cannot select
computer images or the
images do not project
correctly
The computer
cannot be selected
as the image
source
(Operation) indicator
Flashes green (warm-up in progress/approx. 40 seconds)
→ Lights green (projection in progress)
With the EMP-9300, the Password Protect setting may cause
the password entry screen to be displayed when the power is
turned on. If this happens, enter the password.
User's Guide "Preventing theft (Password Protect)"
If a problem occurs with the projected images even though the projector is set up and connected
correctly, check the following points.
If the following does not solve the problem
Were the projector and
computer connected while
their power was already
turned on?
Is the computer display output
set to only the computer's
accessory screen?
Images appear
greenish or
purplish
Only part of the
images are
displayed
Only part of the
images are
projected
User's Guide "When the Indicators Provide No Help"
If the connection is made while the power is already turned on, the
function [Fn] key that switches the computer's video signal to external
output may not work. Turn the power for the connected computer and
the projector off and then back on.
The video signals will be output externally.
Change the output setting to an external destination only or to an
external destination as well as the computer's own monitor.
Computer documentation, under a title such as
"External output" or "Connecting an external monitor"
Do the input signal settings
match the projector settings?
(When connected to the [BNC] port)
Repeatedly press the
button on the remote control or use the
"BNC Input" command in the "Setting" menu to select the format
that matches the equipment signal.
Do the input signal settings
match the projector settings?
(When connected to the [BNC] port)
Repeatedly press the
button on the remote control or use the
"BNC Input" command in the "Setting" menu to select the format
that matches the equipment signal.
Has the computer been set for
dual display?
Cancel the dual display setting in the connected computer's Control
Panel.
Computer documentation, under a title such as "Video driver"
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Troubleshooting
Using the help function
User's Guide "Troubleshooting"
If a problem occurs with the projector, the Help function uses on-screen displays to assist you in
solving the problem. It uses a series of menus in a question and answer format.
Help Menu
Help for the image
Help for the sound
Language selection (Language)
1. Press the
2. Use the
If the suggested solution in Help doesn't solve the
problem, unplug the power from the wall outlet and contact
your local dealer.
[
]: Select [
]: Enter
[
button to select an item to view.
3. Press the
]: Exit
Items that can be
adjusted from the Help
menus
button.
button to view the item.
Press the
button to return to the previous screen.
Press the
button to cancel the Help function.
If you select any of the following items that are currently occurring, a setting
window will be displayed allowing you to make a direct adjustment.
Help for the image
The image is disturbed
Help for the sound
Auto Setup
(The entire image seems to flicker) Sync.
(Vertical line noise appears on the
screen) Tracking
Video Signal
The image is not
displayed fully on the
screen
Tracking
Position
The color of the image is
abnormal
Color
Tint
The image is too dark
Brightness
Contrast
Brightness Control
The image is distorted
V-Keystone
Quick Corner
There is no
sound
Volume
Language selection (Language)
Language
If the message "No Signal."
appears on the screen, you can
also use the Help function to
make the setting.
No image appears
on the screen.
Source
Select the images to be projected.
If only one signal source is connected, images from that source will be projected automatically.
If more than one device is connected to the projector, use the [Source] button to select the image source to be projected.
If using the
,
or
buttons to select the source, you can change the signal setting by
pressing the button repeatedly.
To select images to be
projected while viewing
all images being input
(Preview Function)
Active window
1. Press the
Computer1 (Analog-RGB)
The image can be changed directly by selecting the desired
image source with the [Source] button.
Computer2
DVI
BNC
Video
button.
Computer1
S-Video
2. To view the images in more detail, switch to the active window.
Tilt the
button to select an image and then press the
button.
3. Project the images in the active window.
Press the
button.
User's Guide "Selecting an Image Source While
Viewing Projected Images (Preview Function)"
If the source does not
change to a laptop PC
You may need to change the output destination using the
keyboard or by changing settings.
To change, hold down the
key and press the
(with a symbol such as
or
on it).
Examples of changing output
NEC
Panasonic
TOSHIBA
IBM
SONY
FUJITSU
Macintosh
key
Once the setting is changed, projection will start after a short
period.
Computer documentation
If images are still not projected after carrying out the above,
see p.12.
After startup, change the Control
Panel adjustment so that mirroring
is active
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Adjusting projected
images
Moving projected images vertically
(Lens shift)
Changing the colour mode
The colour mode changes as follows each time
this button is pressed
Theatre
Presentation
Up
Down
Dynamic
sRGB
Living Room
User's Guide "Selecting the Projection
Quality (Colour Mode Selection)"
Making fine adjustments to the projection
area size (Zoom)
Retrieving preset settings
Increase
Decrease
(Adjustment is only possible when analogue RGB
signals are being input)
The "Video" menu settings (such as input
resolution and tracking) for the respective
preset number are retrieved each time this
button is pressed.
Adjusting the focus of images (Focus)
User's Guide "Preset Function"
Turning the Projector off
User's Guide "Turning the Projector Off"
(Operation) indicator
Flashes orange* (Cool-down in progress/approx. 30 seconds)
→ Lights orange
* Do not disconnect the power cable while the indicator is still flashing
orange, otherwise it may result in errors in projector operation.
Turn the power off
for the equipment
that is connected to
the projector.
If the message "The projector is overheated. Clean or replace the
air filter and lower the room temperature." appears during
projection of images, press the
button to turn the power off
and then clean or replace the air filters.
Press the
button
twice to turn the
power off.
Set the [R/C] switch
to "OFF".
User's Guide "Cleaning the Air Filters and Air Intake Vent"
"Replacing the Air Filters"
If not using for a long period, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet.
User's Guide
"Using the Configuration Menu Functions"
List of Configuration Setting Menus
Sub-menu (Video)
Position
Adjust
: 0000
Tracking
:
Sync.
0
+
Brightness :
0 : Auto Manual
Contrast
Adjust
+
Sharpness :
0 Color Mode
Select [Presentation ]
Select
Resolution : Auto Manual
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
User's Logo
Advanced1
Advanced2
About
Reset All
:
Preset
Reset
[
]: Select [
Video
Main menu
]: Enter
[
During computer
During component video During S-Video or
During computer
composite video input
(analogue RGB) input (digital RGB) input (YCbCr or YPbPr) input
Position
Tracking
Sync.
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color Mode
Resolution
Preset
Reset
]
Set
Execute
[Menu]: Exit
Position
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color Mode
Reset
Execute
Position
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color Mode
Video Signal
Reset
About
Startup Screen
Progressive
Color Adjustment
Black Level
White Level
Rear Proj.
Ceiling
Standby Mode
Language
Reset
Brightness Control(EMP-8300 only)
Projector ID
Network
COM Port
Auto Setup
BNC Sync Termination
Direct Power ON(EMP-9300 only)
Reset
Reset All
Advanced2
Setting
Keystone
P in P
No-Signal Msg.
Message
A/V Mute
Computer1 Input
Computer2 Input
BNC Input
Sleep Mode
Reset
Advanced1
Effect
Pointer/Line1
Pointer/Line2
Pointer/Line3
Pointer Speed
Reset
User's Logo
Audio
Volume
Treble
Bass
Reset
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color Mode
Reset
During RGB video
input
Position
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color Mode
Reset
During computer
(analogue RBG,
digital RGB) /
component video
(YCbCr, YPbPr) /
RGB video input
During S-Video or
composite video
input
Lamp
Reset Lamp Timer
Source
Input Signal
Frequency
SYNC Polarity
SYNC Mode
Resolution
Refresh Rate
Lamp
Reset Lamp Timer
Source
Video Signal
Execute
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Other useful functions
Brightness
Control
(EMP-8300 only)
This lets you set the lamp brightness to one of two settings. Select "Low"
if the images being projected are too bright such as when projecting
images in a dark room or onto a small screen. When used at low
brightness, the life of the lamp will be extended.
Freeze
Function
The images are paused and unpaused each time this button is pressed.
User's Guide
"Freeze Function"
P in P
Function
This function lets you display separate images in a smaller screen (subscreen) over the top of the images that are currently being projected
(main screen).
User's Guide
"P in P (Picture in
Picture) Function"
Standby
Monitor Out
This function lets you select the input source for projected images while
viewing the image contents on an external monitor.
Images can be checked on an external monitor while using the "A/V Mute"
function and while the projector is not projecting images (while it is in
standby mode).
User's Guide
"Connecting to an
External Monitor"
Projector ID/
Remote
Control ID
If using more than one projector at a time, such as at a show, you can
record ID numbers for the projectors and for the remote controls in order
to use a remote control to simultaneously operate only projectors with the
same ID number.
User's Guide
"Projector ID/Remote
Control ID"
Network
monitoring and
control
This lets you monitor multiple projectors and turn their power on and off
and change the signal sources via a network.
In addition, if a problem occurs with the projector, the projector can send
an e-mail message to notify someone of the problem.
User's Guide
"Projector Monitoring
and Control using a
Network"
User's Guide
"Advanced2 Menu"
Functions for Enhancing Projection
Using the remote
control for one-person
presentations
Wireless Mouse Function
When projecting images from a computer, the accessory projector's remote control can be used to
operate the computer's mouse pointer.
Moving the mouse pointer
Mouse clicks
Drag and drop
Double-click: Press twice in rapid succession.
Left click
1. Hold down the
1.5 seconds.
button for approx.
The
button lights and drag and drop
mode is enabled.
2. Tilt the
To use the wireless mouse function,
you need to connect the computer
using a USB cable in addition to the
computer cable.
Use the accessory USB cable to
connect the USB port of a computer
to the projector's [USB] port.
* An accessory USB cable is not
supplied with the EMP-9300. Use a
commercially-available USB cable
instead.
3. Press the
Right click
Displaying previous or next slides in a
PowerPoint slideshow
To previous slide
button to drag an item.
button to drop the item.
To next slide
You can also drag and drop in the same way
using the
button.
The wireless mouse function may not operate correctly depending on the computer version
or function being used.
User’s Guide
"Using the Remote Control to Operate the Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse Function)"
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Enlarging parts of
an image
E-Zoom Function
This function lets you enlarge and reduce parts of images such as graphs and tables that you
would like to view in greater detail.
January sales February sales
Sales by branch for January–February period
January sales
February sales
Sales targets
52
50
48
50
43
40
40
36
38
30
31
29
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
Sapporo
Tokyo
January sales February sales Sales targets
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
S
1. Press the
button.
A cursor (cross) will appear on the screen.
60
60
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
38
52
29
43
36
31
48
277
136
94
58
88
82
58
109
625
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
2. Move the cross to the area of the image that is to be enlarged.
Tilt the
button.
Cross
3. To enlarge: Press the
button.
To reduce the enlarged area size: Press the
Press the
button.
button to cancel.
User's Guide "E-Zoom Function"
Momentarily turning off
images and sound
A/V Mute Function
You can use this function when you do not wish to show details of operations such as selecting
different files.
Sales by branch for January--February period
60
Press the
button.
The images and sound are turned off (A/V Mute active).
60
January sales
February sales
Sales targets
52
50
48
50
43
40
40
36
38
30
31
29
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
Sapporo
Tokyo
January sales February sales Sales targets
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
38
52
29
43
36
31
48
277
136
94
58
88
82
58
109
625
Press the
button once more.
The A/V Mute is cancelled.
User's Guide "A/V Mute Function"
If you use this function when projecting moving images, the images and sound will still
continue to be played back by the source, and you cannot return to the point where the
A/V Mute function was activated.
You can use the "A/V Mute" command in the "Setting" menu to set the screen appearance
when the images and sound have been paused to "Black", "Blue" or "Logo".
Emphasising parts of an
image
Sales by branch for January–February period
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
20
20
10
10
10
10
January sales
February sales
Sales targets
52
48
60
January sales
February sales
Sales targets
52
48
43
40
31
29
0
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
Tokyo
38
52
29
43
36
31
48
277
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
31
29
30
Tokyo
January sales February sales Sales targets
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
1. Press the
0
Sapporo
Total
136
94
58
88
82
58
109
625
40
36
38
0
0
Sapporo
January sales February sales Sales targets
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
Using the pointer icon
50
43
36
38
30
You can display a pointer icon and draw lines on the image being projected to emphasise parts of the
image that you want to draw attention to.
Sales by branch for January–February period
60
50
Effect Function
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
38
52
29
43
36
31
48
277
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
136
94
58
88
82
58
109
625
button.
The pointer icon will appear.
The pointer type changes to one of three types each time the
button is pressed.
2. The pointer icon moves when the
Drawing straight lines
1. Press the
button.
The pointer icon will appear.
button is tilted.
Drawing freehand curves
1. Press the
button.
The pointer icon will appear.
2. Move the pointer icon to the starting point
for the line.
2. Move the pointer icon to the starting point
for the line.
3. Press the
point.
3. Press the
button for approximately
1.5 seconds so that the
button lights.
button to set the starting
4. Move the pointer icon to the ending point
for the line and press the
button to
draw the line.
Press the
4. Tilt the
button to move the pointer icon
and draw the line.
5. When the ending point is reached, press
the
button.
button to clear effects. The pointer icon and lines will all be cleared.
User's Guide "Effect Function"
The type, size and movement speed of the pointer icon and the colours and thicknesses
of the lines drawn can be set using the "Effect" menu.
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Enlarging parts of
an image
E-Zoom Function
This function lets you enlarge and reduce parts of images such as graphs and tables that you
would like to view in greater detail.
January sales February sales
Sales by branch for January–February period
January sales
February sales
Sales targets
52
50
48
50
43
40
40
36
38
30
31
29
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
Sapporo
Tokyo
January sales February sales Sales targets
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
S
1. Press the
button.
A cursor (cross) will appear on the screen.
60
60
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
38
52
29
43
36
31
48
277
136
94
58
88
82
58
109
625
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
2. Move the cross to the area of the image that is to be enlarged.
Tilt the
button.
Cross
3. To enlarge: Press the
button.
To reduce the enlarged area size: Press the
Press the
button.
button to cancel.
User's Guide "E-Zoom Function"
Momentarily turning off
images and sound
A/V Mute Function
You can use this function when you do not wish to show details of operations such as selecting
different files.
Sales by branch for January--February period
60
Press the
button.
The images and sound are turned off (A/V Mute active).
60
January sales
February sales
Sales targets
52
50
48
50
43
40
40
36
38
30
31
29
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
Sapporo
Tokyo
January sales February sales Sales targets
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
38
52
29
43
36
31
48
277
136
94
58
88
82
58
109
625
Press the
button once more.
The A/V Mute is cancelled.
User's Guide "A/V Mute Function"
If you use this function when projecting moving images, the images and sound will still
continue to be played back by the source, and you cannot return to the point where the
A/V Mute function was activated.
You can use the "A/V Mute" command in the "Setting" menu to set the screen appearance
when the images and sound have been paused to "Black", "Blue" or "Logo".
Emphasising parts of an
image
Sales by branch for January–February period
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
20
20
10
10
10
10
January sales
February sales
Sales targets
52
48
60
January sales
February sales
Sales targets
52
48
43
40
31
29
0
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
Tokyo
38
52
29
43
36
31
48
277
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
31
29
30
Tokyo
January sales February sales Sales targets
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
50
23
11
13
24
10
33
164
1. Press the
0
Sapporo
Total
136
94
58
88
82
58
109
625
40
36
38
0
0
Sapporo
January sales February sales Sales targets
Sapporo
Tokyo
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
Using the pointer icon
50
43
36
38
30
You can display a pointer icon and draw lines on the image being projected to emphasise parts of the
image that you want to draw attention to.
Sales by branch for January–February period
60
50
Effect Function
48
19
18
32
22
17
28
184
38
52
29
43
36
31
48
277
Nagoya
Osaka
Fukuoka
NewYork
ShangHai
Total
136
94
58
88
82
58
109
625
button.
The pointer icon will appear.
The pointer type changes to one of three types each time the
button is pressed.
2. The pointer icon moves when the
Drawing straight lines
1. Press the
button.
The pointer icon will appear.
button is tilted.
Drawing freehand curves
1. Press the
button.
The pointer icon will appear.
2. Move the pointer icon to the starting point
for the line.
2. Move the pointer icon to the starting point
for the line.
3. Press the
point.
3. Press the
button for approximately
1.5 seconds so that the
button lights.
button to set the starting
4. Move the pointer icon to the ending point
for the line and press the
button to
draw the line.
Press the
4. Tilt the
button to move the pointer icon
and draw the line.
5. When the ending point is reached, press
the
button.
button to clear effects. The pointer icon and lines will all be cleared.
User's Guide "Effect Function"
The type, size and movement speed of the pointer icon and the colours and thicknesses
of the lines drawn can be set using the "Effect" menu.
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Other useful functions
Brightness
Control
(EMP-8300 only)
This lets you set the lamp brightness to one of two settings. Select "Low"
if the images being projected are too bright such as when projecting
images in a dark room or onto a small screen. When used at low
brightness, the life of the lamp will be extended.
Freeze
Function
The images are paused and unpaused each time this button is pressed.
User's Guide
"Freeze Function"
P in P
Function
This function lets you display separate images in a smaller screen (subscreen) over the top of the images that are currently being projected
(main screen).
User's Guide
"P in P (Picture in
Picture) Function"
Standby
Monitor Out
This function lets you select the input source for projected images while
viewing the image contents on an external monitor.
Images can be checked on an external monitor while using the "A/V Mute"
function and while the projector is not projecting images (while it is in
standby mode).
User's Guide
"Connecting to an
External Monitor"
Projector ID/
Remote
Control ID
If using more than one projector at a time, such as at a show, you can
record ID numbers for the projectors and for the remote controls in order
to use a remote control to simultaneously operate only projectors with the
same ID number.
User's Guide
"Projector ID/Remote
Control ID"
Network
monitoring and
control
This lets you monitor multiple projectors and turn their power on and off
and change the signal sources via a network.
In addition, if a problem occurs with the projector, the projector can send
an e-mail message to notify someone of the problem.
User's Guide
"Projector Monitoring
and Control using a
Network"
User's Guide
"Advanced2 Menu"
Functions for Enhancing Projection
Using the remote
control for one-person
presentations
Wireless Mouse Function
When projecting images from a computer, the accessory projector's remote control can be used to
operate the computer's mouse pointer.
Moving the mouse pointer
Mouse clicks
Drag and drop
Double-click: Press twice in rapid succession.
Left click
1. Hold down the
1.5 seconds.
button for approx.
The
button lights and drag and drop
mode is enabled.
2. Tilt the
To use the wireless mouse function,
you need to connect the computer
using a USB cable in addition to the
computer cable.
Use the accessory USB cable to
connect the USB port of a computer
to the projector's [USB] port.
* An accessory USB cable is not
supplied with the EMP-9300. Use a
commercially-available USB cable
instead.
3. Press the
Right click
Displaying previous or next slides in a
PowerPoint slideshow
To previous slide
button to drag an item.
button to drop the item.
To next slide
You can also drag and drop in the same way
using the
button.
The wireless mouse function may not operate correctly depending on the computer version
or function being used.
User’s Guide
"Using the Remote Control to Operate the Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse Function)"
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Adjusting projected
images
Moving projected images vertically
(Lens shift)
Changing the colour mode
The colour mode changes as follows each time
this button is pressed
Theatre
Presentation
Up
Down
Dynamic
sRGB
Living Room
User's Guide "Selecting the Projection
Quality (Colour Mode Selection)"
Making fine adjustments to the projection
area size (Zoom)
Retrieving preset settings
Increase
Decrease
(Adjustment is only possible when analogue RGB
signals are being input)
The "Video" menu settings (such as input
resolution and tracking) for the respective
preset number are retrieved each time this
button is pressed.
Adjusting the focus of images (Focus)
User's Guide "Preset Function"
Turning the Projector off
User's Guide "Turning the Projector Off"
(Operation) indicator
Flashes orange* (Cool-down in progress/approx. 30 seconds)
→ Lights orange
* Do not disconnect the power cable while the indicator is still flashing
orange, otherwise it may result in errors in projector operation.
Turn the power off
for the equipment
that is connected to
the projector.
If the message "The projector is overheated. Clean or replace the
air filter and lower the room temperature." appears during
projection of images, press the
button to turn the power off
and then clean or replace the air filters.
Press the
button
twice to turn the
power off.
Set the [R/C] switch
to "OFF".
User's Guide "Cleaning the Air Filters and Air Intake Vent"
"Replacing the Air Filters"
If not using for a long period, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet.
User's Guide
"Using the Configuration Menu Functions"
List of Configuration Setting Menus
Sub-menu (Video)
Position
Adjust
: 0000
Tracking
:
Sync.
0
+
Brightness :
0 : Auto Manual
Contrast
Adjust
+
Sharpness :
0 Color Mode
Select [Presentation ]
Select
Resolution : Auto Manual
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
User's Logo
Advanced1
Advanced2
About
Reset All
:
Preset
Reset
[
]: Select [
Video
Main menu
]: Enter
[
During computer
During component video During S-Video or
During computer
composite video input
(analogue RGB) input (digital RGB) input (YCbCr or YPbPr) input
Position
Tracking
Sync.
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color Mode
Resolution
Preset
Reset
]
Set
Execute
[Menu]: Exit
Position
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color Mode
Reset
Execute
Position
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color Mode
Video Signal
Reset
About
Startup Screen
Progressive
Color Adjustment
Black Level
White Level
Rear Proj.
Ceiling
Standby Mode
Language
Reset
Brightness Control(EMP-8300 only)
Projector ID
Network
COM Port
Auto Setup
BNC Sync Termination
Direct Power ON(EMP-9300 only)
Reset
Reset All
Advanced2
Setting
Keystone
P in P
No-Signal Msg.
Message
A/V Mute
Computer1 Input
Computer2 Input
BNC Input
Sleep Mode
Reset
Advanced1
Effect
Pointer/Line1
Pointer/Line2
Pointer/Line3
Pointer Speed
Reset
User's Logo
Audio
Volume
Treble
Bass
Reset
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color Mode
Reset
During RGB video
input
Position
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color Mode
Reset
During computer
(analogue RBG,
digital RGB) /
component video
(YCbCr, YPbPr) /
RGB video input
During S-Video or
composite video
input
Lamp
Reset Lamp Timer
Source
Input Signal
Frequency
SYNC Polarity
SYNC Mode
Resolution
Refresh Rate
Lamp
Reset Lamp Timer
Source
Video Signal
Execute
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Troubleshooting
Using the help function
User's Guide "Troubleshooting"
If a problem occurs with the projector, the Help function uses on-screen displays to assist you in
solving the problem. It uses a series of menus in a question and answer format.
Help Menu
Help for the image
Help for the sound
Language selection (Language)
1. Press the
2. Use the
If the suggested solution in Help doesn't solve the
problem, unplug the power from the wall outlet and contact
your local dealer.
[
]: Select [
]: Enter
[
button to select an item to view.
3. Press the
]: Exit
Items that can be
adjusted from the Help
menus
button.
button to view the item.
Press the
button to return to the previous screen.
Press the
button to cancel the Help function.
If you select any of the following items that are currently occurring, a setting
window will be displayed allowing you to make a direct adjustment.
Help for the image
The image is disturbed
Help for the sound
Auto Setup
(The entire image seems to flicker) Sync.
(Vertical line noise appears on the
screen) Tracking
Video Signal
The image is not
displayed fully on the
screen
Tracking
Position
The color of the image is
abnormal
Color
Tint
The image is too dark
Brightness
Contrast
Brightness Control
The image is distorted
V-Keystone
Quick Corner
There is no
sound
Volume
Language selection (Language)
Language
If the message "No Signal."
appears on the screen, you can
also use the Help function to
make the setting.
No image appears
on the screen.
Source
Select the images to be projected.
If only one signal source is connected, images from that source will be projected automatically.
If more than one device is connected to the projector, use the [Source] button to select the image source to be projected.
If using the
,
or
buttons to select the source, you can change the signal setting by
pressing the button repeatedly.
To select images to be
projected while viewing
all images being input
(Preview Function)
Active window
1. Press the
Computer1 (Analog-RGB)
The image can be changed directly by selecting the desired
image source with the [Source] button.
Computer2
DVI
BNC
Video
button.
Computer1
S-Video
2. To view the images in more detail, switch to the active window.
Tilt the
button to select an image and then press the
button.
3. Project the images in the active window.
Press the
button.
User's Guide "Selecting an Image Source While
Viewing Projected Images (Preview Function)"
If the source does not
change to a laptop PC
You may need to change the output destination using the
keyboard or by changing settings.
To change, hold down the
key and press the
(with a symbol such as
or
on it).
Examples of changing output
NEC
Panasonic
TOSHIBA
IBM
SONY
FUJITSU
Macintosh
key
Once the setting is changed, projection will start after a short
period.
Computer documentation
If images are still not projected after carrying out the above,
see p.12.
After startup, change the Control
Panel adjustment so that mirroring
is active
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Projection Preparation and Adjustments
Set the [R/C] switch
to "ON".
User's Guide
"Turning the Projector On"
Check that the power cable is connected to the projector and
to the electrical outlet.
With the EMP-9300, if you change the setting for the "Direct
Power ON" command in the "Advanced2" menu to "ON", the
projector's power will turn on and projection will start at once
when you insert the power plug into the wall outlet.
First turn the power on for other components that are
connected to the projector.
User's Guide "Advanced2 Menu"
Turn the power on
for all input
equipment.
Press the
For a video source, press the [Play] button.
button.
Projection starts after a short period.
When the power is first
turned on after attaching the
standard lens or wide angle
zoom lens, continue with the
configuration menu "Reset
All".
If you do not select "Reset
All", the images may appear
slightly dark.
User's Guide
"Reset All Menu"
If you cannot select
computer images or the
images do not project
correctly
The computer
cannot be selected
as the image
source
(Operation) indicator
Flashes green (warm-up in progress/approx. 40 seconds)
→ Lights green (projection in progress)
With the EMP-9300, the Password Protect setting may cause
the password entry screen to be displayed when the power is
turned on. If this happens, enter the password.
User's Guide "Preventing theft (Password Protect)"
If a problem occurs with the projected images even though the projector is set up and connected
correctly, check the following points.
If the following does not solve the problem
Were the projector and
computer connected while
their power was already
turned on?
Is the computer display output
set to only the computer's
accessory screen?
Images appear
greenish or
purplish
Only part of the
images are
displayed
Only part of the
images are
projected
User's Guide "When the Indicators Provide No Help"
If the connection is made while the power is already turned on, the
function [Fn] key that switches the computer's video signal to external
output may not work. Turn the power for the connected computer and
the projector off and then back on.
The video signals will be output externally.
Change the output setting to an external destination only or to an
external destination as well as the computer's own monitor.
Computer documentation, under a title such as
"External output" or "Connecting an external monitor"
Do the input signal settings
match the projector settings?
(When connected to the [BNC] port)
Repeatedly press the
button on the remote control or use the
"BNC Input" command in the "Setting" menu to select the format
that matches the equipment signal.
Do the input signal settings
match the projector settings?
(When connected to the [BNC] port)
Repeatedly press the
button on the remote control or use the
"BNC Input" command in the "Setting" menu to select the format
that matches the equipment signal.
Has the computer been set for
dual display?
Cancel the dual display setting in the connected computer's Control
Panel.
Computer documentation, under a title such as "Video driver"
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Reading the indicators
(Temperature) indicator
The projector is provided with indicators to notify you of
the operating status of the projector.
The following tables show what the indicators mean
and how to remedy the problems that they indicate.
(Lamp) indicator
(Operation) indicator
User's Guide
"Reading the Indicators"
If the
Problem/Warning
indicator is flashing or lit red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Internal error
lit
flashing
off
Disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet.
Then contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the "International Warranty
Conditions" section of the Safety Instructions/World Wide Warranty Terms booklet.
Fan related error/
Sensor error
Lamp cover is
open error./
Lamp timer
failure/Lamp out
Check if the lamp is broken.
Disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet and wait for the lamp to cool down
sufficiently (takes about one hour) before checking.
User's Guide "Replacing the Lamp"
If the lamp is
not broken
Replace the
lamp and
then turn the
power on.
If the lamp is
broken
If the problem is still not solved after the lamp is
replaced, stop using the projector and disconnect
the power cable from the electrical outlet. Then
contact your dealer or the nearest address
provided in the "International Warranty Conditions"
section of the Safety Instructions/World Wide
Warranty Terms booklet.
If the lamp
still does not
turn on,
replace it with
a new lamp.
Contact your local dealer for further advice.
Connecting to video
equipment
To audio
output port
Audio cable
(accessory)
The [Audio] port to use is
the port that is in the same
box as the port being used
to input the video signals.
* An accessory audio cable
is not supplied with the
EMP-9300. Use a
commercially-available
audio cable instead.
Adapters
RCA audio cable
(commerciallyavailable)
(commerciallyavailable)
To audio output port
Computer
cable or
VGA-HD15
PC cable
RGB video
cable
Component
video cable
S- Video
cable
RCA video
cable
(commerciallyavailable)
(commerciallyavailable)
(commerciallyavailable)
(commerciallyavailable)
(accessory or
optional)
To RGB
output port
To RGB
output ports
To component video
output ports
To S-Video
output port
To video
output port
(Mini D-Sub 15-pin)
(3BNC)
(RCA pin jack × 3
(red, green, blue))
(Mini DIN 4-pin)
(RCA pin jack (yellow))
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Connections
Be sure to turn the power for all components off before making any
of the following connections.
User's Guide
"Connecting to a Computer"
"Connecting to a Video Source"
Connecting to a
computer
The [Audio] port to use is
the port that is in the same
box as the port being used
to input the video signals.
* An accessory audio cable
is not supplied with the
EMP-9300. Use a
commercially-available
audio cable instead.
Audio cable
RCA audio cable
(accessory)
(commerciallyavailable)
To computer's
audio output port
DVI-D/DVI-D
digital video cable
or DVI-D/DFP
digital video cable
To computer's
audio output port
VGA-HD15/
BNC PC cable
(optional)
(optional)
Red
Red
Red
Orange
If the
Orange
(DVI-D or DFP)
(Mini D-Sub 15-pin)
High-speed
cooling in
progress
If you continue using the projector and
the temperature rises again, the lamp
will switch off automatically.
Check the points to the right.
Warning
If the projector
is close to a
wall, move it
away from the
wall.
Clean the air
filters if they are
blocked.
If the problem is not fixed, stop
using the projector and
disconnect the power plug from
the electrical outlet.
Then contact your dealer or the
nearest address provided in the
"International Warranty
Conditions" section of the
Safety Instructions/World Wide
Warranty Terms booklet.
lit
flashing
Normal
lit
flashing
Standby
condition
If you press the
Green
Warm-up in
progress
Warm-up time is approximately 40 seconds.
After warm-up is complete, the indicator will change to steady green and projection will start.
Green
Projection in
progress
Normal operation is in progress.
Cool-down in
progress
Cool-down time is approximately 30 seconds.
After cool-down is complete, the projector goes into standby mode.
You cannot use the remote control or the projector's control panel during cool-down.
Orange
off
The lamp is near the end of its operating life. Replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible.
If you continue to use the old lamp, the possibility that the lamp may break will increase.
User's Guide "Replacing the Lamp"
Indicator is lit or flashing green or orange
Orange
To computer's monitor
output port
The lamp will switch off automatically
and projection will stop.
Wait for approximately 5 minutes.
After this, check the points to the
right. (With the EMP-8300, disconnect
the power plug first.)
Lamp
replacement
notification
(accessory or optional)
To computer's monitor
output port
Internal
temperature
error
(overheating)
indicator is flashing orange
Computer
cable or
VGA-HD15
PC cable
button, projection will start after warm-up is complete.
off
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Do not look directly into the
projector's lens.
WARNING
Before setting up and using this
projector, be sure to read the
User's Guide.
List of Supported Monitor
Displays ...........................Last page
Connections .................................1
Projection Preparation and
Adjustments ..................................3
Turning the Projector off ................5
Functions for Enhancing
Projection ..................................... 6
List of Configuration Setting
Menus .........................................10
Troubleshooting ...........................11
Quick Reference Guide
List of Supported Monitor Displays
Signal
Refresh rate (Hz)
Resolution (dots)
VGACGA
VGAEGA
VGA text
SXGA
60/72/75/85/100/120, iMac*1
56/60/72/75/85/100/120, iMac*1
60/70/75/85/100, iMac*1
60/70/75/85
SXGA
60/75/85
VGA
SVGA
XGA
SXGA+
60
UXGA
MAC13"
60/65/70/75/80/85
MAC16"
MAC19"
MAC21"
SDTV
(525i,525p,625i,625p)
HDTV(750p)
HDTV(1125i,1125p)
*1 Connection is not possible if the equipment does not have a VGA output port.
*2 The resolution for real display is the virtual (window) display resolution.
It may be possible to project signals which are not listed in the above table.
However, not all functions may be supportable with such signals.
Resolutions for resized display (dots)
EMP-9300
EMP-8300
1400 × 766
1400 × 875
1400 × 766
1400 × 778
1400 × 680
1400 × 1050
1024 × 560
1024 × 640
1024 × 560
1024 × 569
1024 × 498
1024 × 768
1280 × 960*2
1280 × 1024*2
1400 × 1050*2
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1312 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
960 × 768
1024 × 768
1600 × 1200*2
640 × 480
832 × 624
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
(4:3 aspect ratio)
1400 × 788
(16:9 aspect ratio)
1024 × 768
1016 × 768
1024 × 768
(4:3 aspect ratio)
1024 × 576
(16:9 aspect ratio)
1400 × 788
1400 × 788
1024 × 576
1024 × 576
640 × 350
640 × 400
640 × 350
720 × 400
720 × 350
EGA
User's Guide
"List of Supported Monitor Displays"
640 × 480
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1152 × 864*2
1024 × 768
1152 × 870*2
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