Mitsubishi Electric WD390U-EST User manual

DLP™ PROJECTOR
MODEL
WD390U-EST
User Manual
WD390U-EST
This User Manual is important to you.
Please read it before using your projector.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD,
RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE
EXPOSURE.
NOTE:
SINCE THIS PROJECTOR IS PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT, THE SOCKET-OUTLET SHALL BE INSTALLED NEAR
THE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
WARNING
Use the attached specified power supply cord. If
you use another power supply cord, it may cause
interference with radio and television reception.
CAUTION
The attached power cord is to be used exclusively for
this product. Never use it for other products.
This apparatus must be grounded.
DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE LENS WHEN
THE PROJECTOR IS IN THE POWER ON MODE.
EN-2
Contents
Important safeguards.........................................................................................................................4
Overview.............................................................................................................................................6
Remote control...................................................................................................................................8
Installation .........................................................................................................................................9
Basic connections............................................................................................................................11
Preparation ......................................................................................................................................14
Basic operation................................................................................................................................16
Menu operation................................................................................................................................20
Image adjustment.............................................................................................................................30
Network settings..............................................................................................................................33
Advanced display utilities.................................................................................................................38
Advanced features...........................................................................................................................54
Lamp replacement...........................................................................................................................58
Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................60
Indicators..........................................................................................................................................65
Specifications...................................................................................................................................66
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EN-3
Important safeguards
Please read all these instructions regarding your
projector and retain them for future reference. Follow
all warnings and instructions marked on the projector.
10.Power sources
This projector should be operated only from the
type of power source indicated on the marking
label. If you are not sure of the type of power,
please consult your appliance dealer or local
power company.
11.Power-cord protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that
they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon or against them. Pay
particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and points where they exit from the
appliance. Do not put the power cord under a
carpet.
12.Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords
as this can result in a fire or electric shock.
13.Objects and liquids
Never push objects of any kind through openings
of this projector as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result
in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the projector.
14.Servicing
Do not attempt to service this projector by yourself.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
15.Damage requiring service
Unplug this projector from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
(a) If the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the projector.
(c) If the projector does not operate normally after
you follow the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions. An improper adjustment
of other controls may result in damage and
may often require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the projector to its normal
operation.
(d) If the projector has been exposed to rain or
water.
(e) If the projector has been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged.
(f) If the projector exhibits a distinct change in
performance - this indicates a need for service.
16.Replacement parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure
that the service technician has used replacement
parts specified by the manufacturer or parts
having the same characteristics as the original
part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock or other hazards.
17.Safety check
Upon completion of any service or repair to this
projector, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks determining that the projector is in a
safe operating condition.
1. Read instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be
read before the appliance is operated.
2. Retain instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
3. Warnings
All warnings on the appliance and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
4. Instructions
All operating instructions must be followed.
5. Cleaning
Unplug this projector from the wall outlet before
cleaning it. Do not use liquid aerosol cleaners. Use
a damp soft cloth for cleaning.
6. Attachments and equipment
Never add any attachments and/or equipment
without the approval of the manufacturer as such
additions may result in the risk of fire, electric
shock or other personal injury.
7. Water and moisture
Do not use this projector near water or in contact
with water.
8. Accessories
Do not place this projector on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket or table. Use only with a
cart, stand, tripod bracket, or table recommended
by the manufacturer or sold with the projector.
Any mounting of the appliance should follow
the manufacturer’s instructions and should use
a mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer.
An appliance and cart combination should be
moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force and
uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart
combination to overturn.
9. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided
for ventilation, ensuring reliable operation of the
projector and to protect it from overheating. Do
not block these openings or allow them to be
blocked by placing the projector on a bed, sofa,
rug, or bookcase. Ensure that there is adequate
ventilation and that the manufacturer’s instructions
have been adhered to.
EN-4
Important safeguards (continued)
WARNING:
Do not use the projector with condensation on it.
It can lead to breakdown or other failure.
Unplug immediately if there is something wrong
with your projector.
Do not operate if smoke, strange noise or odor comes
out of your projector. It may cause fire or electric
shock. In this case, unplug immediately and contact
your dealer.
Place of installation
For safety’s sake, do not use the projector at any place
subjected to high temperature and high humidity.
Please maintain an operating temperature, humidity,
and altitude as specified below.
• Operating temperature: between +41°F (+5°C) and
+95°F (+35°C)
• Operating humidity: between 30% and 90%
• Never put any heat-producing device under the
projector to prevent the projector from being
overheated.
• Do not install the projector at a place that is
unstable or subject to vibration.
• Do not install the projector near any equipment that
produces a strong magnetic field. Also refrain from
installing the projector near any cable carrying a
large amount of current.
• Place the projector on a solid, vibration-free
surface. Otherwise it may fall, causing serious injury
or damage.
• Do not stand the projector on its end. It may fall,
causing serious injury or damage.
• Slanting the projector more than ±10° (right and
left) or ±15° (front and rear) may cause trouble or
explosion of the lamp.
• Do not place the projector near air-conditioning
unit, heater, or humidifier to avoid hot or moist air
to the exhaust and ventilation hole of the projector.
• Do not place the projector in the following places.
Otherwise, a short circuit, heat generation, or melting
of the power cord coating may occur, causing fire,
electric shock, product failure, or deformation.
• Outdoors or non air-conditioned place
• Place where a gas such as a hydrogen sulfide is
generated (i.e. hot spring)
• Place where there is too much salt such as near
the coast
• Be sure to use this projector at an altitude of less
than 1500 meters.
Never remove the cabinet.
This projector contains high voltage circuitry. An
inadvertent contact may result in an electric shock.
Except as specifically explained in User Manual, do
not attempt to service this product by yourself. Please
contact your dealer when you want to fix, adjust, or
inspect the projector.
Do not modify this equipment.
It can lead to fire or electric shock.
Do not keep using the damaged projector.
If the projector is dropped and the cabinet is
damaged, unplug the projector and contact your
dealer for inspection. It may lead to fire if you keep
using the damaged projector.
Be sure to unplug the power cord from the wall
outlet if the projector is fractured or deformed.
Otherwise, it may result in fire or electric shock. Ask
your dealer for repair.
Do not face the projector lens to the sun.
It can lead to fire.
Use correct voltage.
If you use incorrect voltage, it can lead to fire.
Do not place the projector on uneven surface.
Place the projection on a leveled and stable surface only.
Do not look into the lens when it is operating.
It may hurt your eyes. Never let children look into the
lens when it is on.
Do not put any objects immediately in front of the
lens while the lamp is on.
The lens and the objects get hot and can cause fire or
breakdown.
Do not place a container containing water or other
liquid on the projector.
If water spills on or enters the projector, it may result in
fire or electric shock.
Do not unplug the power cord during operation.
It can lead to lamp breakage, fire, electric shock or
other trouble.
Do not put any object that is heavy or larger than
the outer frame on the projector.
Otherwise, the object may fall losing its balance and
cause injury.
Do not touch the exhaust vents and bottom plate.
Do not touch them or put other equipment close to
the exhaust vents because they become hot during
operation. The heated exhaust vents and bottom
plate may cause injury or damage to other equipment.
Also, do not put the projector on a desk that is easily
affected by heat.
Do not subject the projector to strong shocks or
vibrations. Do not handle the projector roughly.
The projector may be damaged, resulting in fire or
electric shock.
Do not look into the exhaust vents when projector
is operating.
Heat, dust, etc. may blow out of them and hurt your eyes.
When removing the lamp from the ceiling-mounted
projector
Be sure to use the lamp replacement attachment
designed specifically for this projector when replacing
the lamp with a new one. Lamp fragments may fall
from the inside if the lamp were broken.
Do not block the intake and exhaust vents.
If they are blocked, heat may be generated inside the projector,
causing deterioration in the projector quality and fire.
Do not use flammable solvents (benzene, thinner,
etc.) and flammable aerosols near the projector.
Flammable substances may ignite causing fire or
breakdown because the temperature inside the
projector rises very high while the lamp is illuminating.
EN-5
Overview
2
3
4
5 810
9
1
6
1 FOCUS ring
2 Lamp cover
3 Control panel
4 Intake vent
5 Remote control sensor (front)
6 Exhaust vent
7 Terminal panel
8 Speaker
9 Adjustment feet
10Lock bar
Caution:
• Do not replace the lamp immediately after using the
projector because the lamp would be extremely hot
and it may cause burns.
7
Control panel
6
7
4
8
9
5
2
3
1 POWER button (ON/STANDBY)
The status is changed between ON and STANDBY.
2 POWER indicator
3 MENU button
4 STATUS indicator
5 KEYSTONE/ENTER button
6 AUTO POSITION/ button
7 COMPUTER/ button
8  button
9 VIDEO/ button
1
Terminal panel
4
7 5 13 8 10
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
2
14 15 16 12
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
6 1 9
MONITOR OUT
3
IN-2
11
LAN
1 Power jack
2 COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO IN terminals (1, 2)
(mini D-SUB 15-pin)
3 MONITOR OUT terminal (mini D-SUB 15-pin)
4 Remote control sensor (rear)
5 AUDIO IN-1 terminal (mini jack)
6 AUDIO IN-2 terminal (mini jack)
7 AUDIO OUT terminal (mini jack)
8 S-VIDEO terminal
9 VIDEO terminal
10SERIAL (RS-232C) terminal (D-SUB 9-pin)
11Kensington Lock
12LAN terminal (RJ-45)
13AUDIO IN-3 terminals (L, R)
14HDMI terminal (HDMI 19-pin)
15USB-B terminal
16USB-A terminal
EN-6
Overview (continued)
Bottom side
1
1 Adjustment feet
Remote control
ON
STANDBY
MAGNIFY
ASPECT
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
UP
VOL
DOWN
KEYSTONE
3D
AUTO
POSITION
MENU
ENTER
7
8
9
10
11
13
AV
MUTE
VIEWER
VIDEO
1
USB DISP.
S-VIDEO
2
LAN DISP.
DVI
15
16
FREEZE
COMPUTER
UNPLUG
14
HDMI
17
18
19
20
This model does not
have this function.
EN-7
1 ON button
2 MAGNIFY button
3 VOLUME UP, DOWN buttons
4 KEYSTONE button
5 MENU button
6 ENTER button
7 AV (Audio/Video) MUTE button
8 VIEWER button
9 UNPLUG button
10USB DISP. button
11LAN DISP. button
12STANDBY button
13ASPECT button
143D button
15AUTO POSITION button
16, , ,  buttons
17FREEZE button
18VIDEO, S-VIDEO buttons
19COMPUTER (1, 2) buttons
20HDMI button
Remote control
Battery installation
Use two (AA, R6) size batteries.
Inserting the batteries into the remote control
1. Remove the back cover of the remote control by pushing the battery compartment door in the direction of the
arrow.
2. Load the batteries making sure that they are positioned correctly (+ to +, and - to -).
• Load the batteries from - spring side, and make sure to set them tightly.
3. Replace the back cover.
Removing the batteries from the remote control
Remove the back cover of the remote control and take out the batteries.
Caution:
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•
Use of a battery of wrong type may cause explosion.
Only Carbon-Zinc or Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide type batteries should be used.
Dispose of used batteries according to your local regulations.
Before you dispose of the batteries, insulate them by placing insulation tape on the positive (+) and negative (-)
terminals. If you dispose of the batteries together with other conductive objects such as a metal piece, they may short
out, resulting in fire or explosion.
Batteries may explode if misused. Do not recharge, disassemble, or heat the batteries, or put them into fire or water.
Be sure to handle the batteries according to the instructions.
Load the batteries with its positive (+) and negative (-) sides correctly oriented as indicated on the remote control.
Keep batteries out of reach of children and pets. If children swallow the battery, see a doctor immediately.
Remove the batteries, if the remote control is not used for a long time.
Do not combine a new battery with an old one.
If the solution of batteries comes in contact with your skin or clothes, rinse with water. If the solution comes in contact
with your eyes, rinse them with water and then consult your doctor.
Do not carry or store the batteries together with metallic ballpoint pens, necklaces, coins, or hairpins. Otherwise, they
may short out, causing explosion or liquid leakage and resulting in fire or injury.
Do not store the batteries where they are exposed to direct sunlight or subjected to high temperature and high humidity.
High temperature and high humidity may cause corrosion or liquid leakage.
Operation range (of the remote control)
The maximum operation distance of the remote control is about 10 m (or about 32 feet) when the remote control is
pointed at the remote control sensor of the projector. When the remote control is pointed to the screen, the distance
from the remote control to the projector via the screen should be 5 m or less. However, the operation distance varies
depending on the type of the screen used.
Reception angle (horizontal)
Reception angle (vertical)
20°
20°
10°
10°
Reception angle (vertical), ceiling mount
30°
30°
20°
20°
Important:
• Do not expose the remote control sensor to direct sunlight or fluorescent. Keep a distance at least 2 m (6.5 feet)
between the remote control sensor and the fluorescent light to ensure correct operation of the remote control.
Inverted fluorescent light, if located near the projector, may interfere the remote control.
• When you use the remote control too close to the remote control sensor, the remote control may not work
correctly.
EN-8
Installation
Screen size and projection distance
Refer to the following tables to determine the screen size and projection distance.
• The figures in the tables are approximate and may be slightly different from the actual measurements.
SW
B
Hd
SH
A
A=B
L
Screen size (16:10)
Width: SW
Projection distance: L
Height: SH
inch
70
cm
178
inch
59
cm
151
inch
37
cm
94
inch
22
Hd
m
0.56
inch
4.6
cm
12
80
203
68
172
42
108
25
0.64
5.3
13
100
254
85
215
53
135
32
6.6
17
120
305
102
258
64
162
39
7.9
20
150
381
127
323
79
202
49
9.9
25
180
457
153
388
95
242
60
0.82
0.99
1.25
1.51
11.9
30
When the aspect ratio of the screen is 4:3
Screen size
SH
B
When the aspect ratio of the screen is 4:3, the positional relation between the
projected image and the screen is as shown on the right. Refer to the following
table for installation.
B
H
Diagonal size
SW=W
When the aspect ratio of the image is 16:10 (WXGA)
Screen size (4:3)
Diagonal
size
Width: SW
Size of the projected image (16:10)
Height: SH
Diagonal size
Width: W
Height: H
Black space:
B
Projection
distance: L
Hd
inch
70
cm
178
inch
56
cm
142
inch
42
cm
107
inch
66
cm
168
inch
56
cm
142
inch
35
cm
89
inch
3.5
cm
9
inch
20
m
0.52
inch
4.4
cm
11
80
203
64
163
48
122
75
192
64
163
40
102
4.0
10
24
0.60
5.0
13
100
254
80
203
60
152
94
240
80
203
50
127
5.0
13
30
0.77
6.3
16
120
305
96
244
72
183
113
288
96
244
60
152
6.0
15
37
0.93
7.5
19
150
381
120
305
90
229
142
359
120
305
75
191
7.5
19
46
1.18
9.4
24
180
457
144
366
108
274
170
431
144
366
90
229
9.0
23
56
1.43
11.3
29
When the aspect ratio of the image is 16:9
Screen size (4:3)
Diagonal
size
Width: SW
Size of the projected image (16:9)
Height: SH
Diagonal size
Width: W
Height: H
inch
70
cm
178
inch
56
cm
142
inch
42
cm
107
inch
64
cm
163
inch
56
cm
142
inch
32
Black space:
B
Projection
distance: L
Hd
cm
80
inch
5.3
cm
13
inch
20
m
0.51
inch
6.1
cm
16
80
203
64
163
48
122
73
187
64
163
36
91
6.0
15
23
0.59
7.0
18
100
254
80
203
60
152
92
233
80
203
45
114
7.5
19
29
0.75
8.8
22
120
305
96
244
72
183
110
280
96
244
54
137
9.0
23
36
0.91
10.5
27
150
381
120
305
90
229
138
350
120
305
68
171
11.3
29
45
1.15
13.1
33
180
457
144
366
108
274
165
420
144
366
81
206
13.5
34
55
1.39
15.8
40
EN-9
Installation (continued)
Front projection, ceiling mounting
kit. (Don’t use screw holes without arrow marks.) In
this case, make sure that the screw is inserted in
the projector at least 5 mm. The length of the screw
should be 20 mm or shorter. Also make sure that
no electrical current is flowing in the mount kit due
to current leakage or other cause.
For ceiling mounting, you need the ceiling mount
kit designed for this projector. Ask a specialist for
installation. For details, consult your dealer.
• The warranty on this projector does not cover any
damage caused by use of any non-recommended
ceiling mount kit or installation of the ceiling mount
kit in an improper location.
Rear projection
Ask a specialist for installation. For details, consult
your dealer.
• When using the projector mounted on the ceiling,
set Image Reverse in the Installation menu to Mirror
Invert. See page 26.
• When the projector is mounted on the ceiling,
images may appear darker than those projected in
the case of tabletop mounting. This isn’t a product
malfunction.
• For rear projection, set Image Reverse in the
Installation menu to Mirror. See page 26.
Caution:
• Placing the projector directly on a carpet impairs
ventilation by the fans, causing damage or failure.
Put a hard board under the projector to facilitate
ventilation.
• Place the projector at least 50 cm (or 20 inch) away
from the wall to prevent the intake vents and the
exhaust vents that emit hot air from being blocked.
• Do not use the projector in the following locations
and manners, which may cause fire or electric
shock.
• In a dusty or humid place.
• In a sideways or upside-down position.
• Near a heater.
• In an oily, smoky, or damp place such as a
kitchen.
• In direct sunlight.
• Where the temperature rises high, such as in a
closed car.
• Where the temperature is lower than +41°F (or
+5°C) or higher than +95°F (or +35°C ).
• Keep foliage plants and pets away from the
projector. The temperature around the exhaust
vents and that of the cabinet on the top of the
exhaust vents become high. Take special care for
small children.
Ceiling mount installation
If you wish to install the projector using a ceiling
mount, please use the screw holes as the illustration
shows.
Important:
• Screws are not included. Please obtain the
appropriate screws for your type of ceiling. (M4
diameter)
• It is recommended that you keep a reasonable
space between the bracket and the projector to
allow for proper heat distribution.
Caution:
• Installation must be done by a qualified
professional.
When the projector is installed on the ceiling using
the ceiling mount kit, it is recommended to hold
the mount kit and the projector using a metal bar
or wire in addition to the mount kit fixing screws
to prevent the projector from falling due to an
earthquake or other cause. For that purpose, use
a metal bar, wire, or screw that bears a load of at
least 55 kgf. When using a metal wire, secure one
end to a screw hole marked with an arrow on the
rear terminal panel and the other end to the mount
Important:
• Do not apply force to the lens, because the lens
may be damaged.
• Be sure to use this projector at an altitude of less
than 1500 meters.
EN-10
Basic connections
This projector can be connected with various devices such as a VCR, video camera, videodisc player, and personal
computer that have analog RGB output connectors.
Important:
• Make sure that the connected device is turned off before starting connection.
• Plug in the power cords of the projector and the connected devices firmly. When unplugging, hold and pull the
plug. Do not pull the cord.
• When the projector and the connected devices are located too close to each other, the projected image may be
affected by their interference.
• See the owner’s guide of each device for details about its connections.
Projector + AV device
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
S-VIDEO
(option)
VIDEO
(option)
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
IN-2
MONITOR OUT
AUDIO IN-3L
(option)
AUDIO IN-3R
To audio output (L)
To audio output (R)
VCR, etc.
To video output
To S-Video output
Important:
• Match the colors of the video and audio plugs on the Audio cable with those of the terminals.
• Speaker output is mono.
Projector + DVD player or HDTV decoder
Some DVD players have an output connector for 3-line fitting (Y, CB, CR). When connecting such DVD player with this
projector, use the COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO IN terminal.
Audio cable (option)
DVD player or HDTV decoder
To audio output
BNC - RCA connector (option)
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
AUDIO
IN-2
No connection
B
R
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
IN-2
G
Mini D-SUB 15-pin - BNC conversion
cable (option)
COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO IN
Important:
• The terminal’s names Y, PB, and PR are given as examples of when a HDTV decoder is connected.
• The terminal’s names vary depending on the connected devices.
• Use a mini D-SUB 15-pin - BNC conversion cable for connection.
• Image may not be projected correctly with some DVD players.
• When connecting a HDTV decoder having RGB output terminals, set Computer Input to RGB in the Signal menu.
EN-11
Basic connections (continued)
Connection (for video equipment having an HDMI terminal)
Equipment having an
HDMI terminal
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
IN-2
To HDMI terminal
HDMI
HDMI (with HDMI logo) cable (option)
Important:
• Use a commercially available HDMI (with HDMI logo) cable.
• You don’t have to connect any cable for audio input. You can input video and audio using an HDMI cable only.
• When HDMI audio isn’t output, it may be output by turning off the power of the video equipment with the projector
and the video equipment connected to each other and then turning back on the power.
• Some cables may not be connected correctly depending on the size and shape of their connectors.
When you connect this projector and a Digital device (such as a DVD player) via the HDMI terminal, black
color may appear dark and deep, depending on the type of the connected device.
• This depends on the black level setting of the connected device. There are two kinds of methods to digitally
transfer image data, in which different black level settings are employed respectively. Therefore, the specifications
of the signals output from DVD players differ, depending on the type of the digital data transfer method they use.
• Some DVD players are provided with a function to switch the methods to output digital signals. When your DVD
player is provided with such function, set it as follows.
EXPAND or ENHANCED  NORMAL
• See the users guide of your DVD player for details.
• Set Input Level in the Picture menu depending on the device to be used.
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Basic connections (continued)
Projector + Computer
For computer with Mini D-SUB
Computer cable
COMPUTER/
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
LAN
Necessary when outputting to both
a PC monitor and the projector.
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
Computer
IN-2
Computer cable (option)
To monitor port
MONITOR OUT
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO IN-1
or IN-2
Audio cable (option)
PC audio cable (option)
To PC audio output
For analog connection:
1. Connect one end of the supplied computer cable to the COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO IN terminal (1, 2) of the
projector.
2. Connect the other end of the computer cable to the monitor port of the computer.
For monitor connection:
Connect the computer cable from the monitor to the MONITOR OUT terminal of the projector.
• Images may not be displayed correctly depending on the type of the input signal. See the instruction manual of
the monitor.
• Signals are coming from the COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO IN-1 terminal of the projector.
• When the Standby Mode in the Installation menu is set to Monitor Out, the MONITOR OUT terminal outputs
signals during standby mode.
Important:
• When you use a longer computer cable instead of the provided cable, the image may not be projected correctly.
• Some computers require additional connectors or analog RGB output adapters to be connected with this
projector. Contact your dealer for further information.
• This projector uses stereo mini jack for its audio input. Check the type of the audio output terminal of the
connected computer and prepare a proper cable for connection. Some computers don’t have the audio output
terminal.
• Speaker output is mono.
• When the audio cable is connected to the AUDIO OUT terminal, the speaker output is muted.
For Mac computers
• If your Mac computer has no video port, a monitor output adapter is required. Contact your dealer for further
information.
• Some Mac computers require a MAC adapter for the computer cable for connection with this projector. Contact
your dealer for further information.
About DDC
The COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO IN-1 terminal of this projector complies with the DDC 1/2B standard. When a
computer supporting this standard is connected to this terminal, the computer will automatically load the information
from this projector and prepare for output of appropriate images.
• After connecting a computer supporting this standard to this terminal, plug the power cord of the projector in the
wall outlet first, and then boot up the computer.
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Preparation
Preparation for projection
Important:
• When Standby Mode in the Installation menu is
set to LAN, Speaker Out, or Monitor Out, the fans
rotate at very low speed during standby after
plugging the power cord (with 5 second high speed
rotation at the beginning) and after turning off the
lamp. This is to cool down the projector operating
various functions during standby and is not a
malfunction. (When Standby Mode is set to Low,
the fans stop during standby.)
1. Attach the provided power cord to the projector.
2. Plug the power cord in the wall outlet.
3. Remove the lens cap.
Warning:
• Do not look into the lens directly when the projector
is on.
• The lens cap is for protecting the lens. If you leave
the lens cap on the lens with the projector turned
on, it may be deformed because of heat buildup. Remove the lens cap when you turn on the
projector.
• One of power cords for the U.S., Europe,
U.K., Australia, and South Korea is provided
appropriately.
• This projector uses the power plug of three-pin
grounding type. Do not remove the grounding pin
from the power plug. If the power plug doesn’t fit
your wall outlet, ask an electrician to change the
wall outlet.
• In case that the power cord for the U.S. is provided
with this projector, never connect this cord to any
outlet or power supply using other voltages or
frequencies than rated. If you want to use a power
supply using other voltage than rated, prepare an
appropriate power cord separately.
• Use 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz to prevent fire or
electric shock.
• Do not place any objects on the power cord or
do not place the projector near heat sources to
prevent damage to the power cord. If the power
cord should be damaged, contact your dealer for
replacement because it may cause fire or electric
shock.
• Do not modify or alter the power cord. If the power
cord is modified or altered, it may cause fire or
electric shock.
Adjustment of the projection angle
For the best projection, project images on a flat screen
installed at 90 degrees to the floor. If necessary, tilt the
projector using the two adjustment feet on the bottom
of the projector.
Using the adjustment feet (front)
1. Tilt up the projector to the appropriate angle.
2. Rotate the adjustment feet (front) for fine
adjustment.
Important:
• Install the screen on a flat wall at 90 degrees to the
floor.
• Slanting the projector more than ±10° (right and
left) or ±15° (front and rear) may cause trouble or
explosion of the lamp. You can tilt the projector up
to 8 degrees using the adjustment feet only.
• Images may not be projected in a shape of a
regular rectangle or with its aspect ratio 4:3,
depending on the installation conditions of the
projector and the screen.
Caution:
• Plug in the power cord firmly. When unplugging,
hold and pull the power plug, not the power cord.
• Do not plug in or out the power cord with your
hand wet. It may cause electric shock.
• When you move the projector, turn off the power,
unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, and
then remove the connected cords. Otherwise, the
power cord may be damaged, resulting in fire or
electric shock.
• If dust or metallic substance is on or around the
pins of the power plug, unplug the power cord and
clean it using a dry cloth. If you continue to use the
projector without cleaning, it may result in fire or
electric shock. Clean the power plug periodically at
least once a year.
• Be sure to unplug the power cord from the wall
outlet if the projector will not be used for a long
period of time. Otherwise, it may cause fire.
When projected images are
distorted to a trapezoid
When Auto Keystone in the Installation menu is set
to On, this projector automatically corrects vertical
keystone distortion. For fine adjustment, press the
KEYSTONE button on the projector or the remote
control to display Keystone, and adjust the image by
pressing the ,  button (or VOLUME ,  button
on the remote control).
In the following cases:
Press the  button.
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Press the  button.
Preparation (continued)
Important:
• The automatic keystone adjustment may not
be carried out correctly because of the ambient
temperature and the installation conditions of the
projector and the screen. In such cases, correct the
keystone manually.
• When the projector is projecting images where
acceleration is present, such as in a vehicle and
aircraft, the automatic keystone adjustment may
not function correctly. In such a case, set Auto
Keystone in the Installation menu to Off and correct
the keystone manually.
• You can correct the vertical keystones. However,
their adjustment ranges are limited in such
correction.
• When the keystone adjustment is carried out, the
adjustment value is indicated. Note that this value
doesn’t mean a projection angle.
• The allowable range of the adjustment value in
the keystone adjustment varies depending on
the installation condition, input signal and aspect
settings in MENU.
• When the keystone adjustment takes effect, the
MAGNIFY mode and the Overscan function cannot
be used.
• When the keystone adjustment takes effect, the
resolution decreases. In addition, stripes may
appear or straight lines may bend in images with
complicated patterns. They are not due to product
malfunctions.
• Noise may appear on the screen during the
keystone adjustment because of the type of the
video signal being projected and the setting values
of the keystone adjustment. In such cases, set the
keystone adjustment values in the range where the
image is displayed without noise.
• When the keystone adjustment is carried out, the
image may not be displayed correctly because of
the type of input signal.
4. Press the VOLUME p or q button to adjust the
projected image size.
• Every time the VOLUME p button is pressed,
the projected image becomes larger.
• Every time the VOLUME q button is pressed,
the projected image becomes smaller.
• Projected image is a maximum as factory
default.
Original image size
(= maximum image size)
Reduced image
E-ZOOM
VOL
SHIFT
5. Press the p, q, t or u button to move the
projected image position.
• Every time the p button is pressed, the
projected image moves up.
• Every time the q button is pressed, the
projected image moves down.
• Every time the t button is pressed, the
projected image moves to the left.
• Every time the u button is pressed, the
projected image moves to the right.
Adjustable in any of
four directions
E-ZOOM
VOL
SHIFT
When entire projected image
isn’t displayed within the screen
(E-Zoom/Shift)
Important:
• When you reduce the projected image using the
E-Zoom/Shift function, the resolution decreases. In
addition, stripes may appear or straight lines may
bend in images with complicated patterns.
To adjust the projected image size and position, use
E-Zoom/Shift in the Installation menu.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Installation menu.
2. Press the p or q button to select E-Zoom/Shift.
OK
E-Zoom/Shift
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The E-ZOOM/SHIFT menu appears at the center
of the screen.
E-ZOOM
VOL
SHIFT
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Basic operation
ON
STANDBY
3
MAGNIFY
4
1, 2
ASPECT
FOCUS
UP
VOL
DOWN
KEYSTONE
3D
AUTO
POSITION
MENU
ENTER
AV
MUTE
VIEWER
FREEZE
VIDEO
1
COMPUTER
UNPLUG
5
3, 1, 2
Power-on
STATUS
POWER
Green
Red
Green
Important:
• If the lamp exceptionally turned off due to the
power interruption or voltage drop, it can happen
that the lamp does not turn on even if you switch
again the power supply on. In that case, please pull
the electric cord out of the consent and put it again
in the consent about 10 minutes later.
• Do not cover the lens with the lens cap while the
lamp is on.
LAN DISP.
DVI
5
HDMI
• The projector starts warming up when the POWER
button is pressed. During the warm-up process,
images may appear dark and no commands are
accepted.
• By blinking red, the STATUS indicator indicates that
the lamp should be replaced soon. Replace the
lamp when the STATUS indicator blinks red. (See
page 60 and 65.)
• Images may not be projected with good quality in
an extremely hot or cold environment. (This is not a
product malfunction.)
• In order to ensure the safety in case of trouble with
the projector, use an electrical outlet having an
earth leakage breaker to supply the power to the
projector. If you do not have such outlet, ask your
dealer to install it.
4. Adjust the focus by turning the focus ring.
5. Choose your desired external input source using
the COMPUTER, HDMI, LAN DISP., USB DISP.,
VIEWER, VIDEO, or S-VIDEO button.
• The input source is switched between
Computer1, Computer2, HDMI, LAN Display,
USB Display, and PC Less Presentation at every
press of the COMPUTER button on the control
panel.
• The input source is switched between Video and
S-Video at every press of the VIDEO button on
the control panel.
• When pressing the COMPUTER (1 or 2), HDMI,
LAN DISP., USB DISP., VIEWER, VIDEO, or
S-VIDEO button on the remote control, the input
source switches directly as the button pressed.
• You cannot change the input source while the
menu is being displayed.
• When Computer is chosen as the source,
images supplied from the computer may flicker.
Press the  or  button on the remote control
to reduce flicker, if it occurs.
• To avoid permanently imprinting a fixed image
onto your projector, please do not display the
same stationary images for long period.
1. Turn on the device connected to the projector first.
2. Plug the power cord in the wall outlet.
• The POWER indicator lights up.
• If the power cord is unplugged from the wall
outlet before the projector is cooled down
completely after use, the fans may start rotating
when the power cord is plugged in next time
and the POWER button may not function. In this
case, wait for the fans to stop and press the
POWER button to light the indicator.
3. Press the POWER button on the control panel or
the ON button on the remote control.
• It may take about one minute for the lamp to
light up.
• The lamp occasionally fails to light up. Wait a
few minutes and try to light the lamp again.
• After the POWER button is pressed, the image
may flicker before the lamp becomes stable.
This is not a product malfunction.
• Regardless of the setting of Lamp Mode in the
Installation menu, the Standard lamp mode is
activated by default whenever the projector
is turned on. The Lamp Mode is set to either
Standard or Low depending on the setting last
selected, and you cannot switch the Lamp
Mode in about one minute after the lamp is on.
Indicator
Condition
Stand-by
When the lamp is on.
USB DISP.
S-VIDEO
2
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Basic operation (continued)
Direct Power OFF
When fine streaks are seen on projected
images
This is due to interference with the screen surface and
is not a malfunction. Replace the screen or displace
the focus a little.
Power-off
Use the following procedure to turn off the projector.
The lamp may deteriorate if the projector is powered
off and on repeatedly within 30 minutes after the lamp
is lighted.
1. Press the POWER button on the control panel or
the STANDBY button on the remote control.
• The message “Power Off? Press again”
appears on the screen.
• To cancel, press any button except the POWER
button.
(Some buttons on the remote control don’t
function for cancel.)
2. Press the POWER button on the control panel or
the STANDBY button on the remote control within
10 seconds again.
• The lamp will go out and the STATUS indicator
will start blinking.
3. Wait about 90 seconds for the STATUS indicator to
be turned off.
4. Unplug the power cord.
• The POWER indicator will go out.
• If the power cord should be unplugged
accidentally while either the STATUS indicator is
blinking or the lamp is on, allow the projector to
cool down for 10 minutes with the power off. To
light the lamp again, press the POWER button
(or ON button). If the lamp doesn’t light up
immediately, repeat pressing the POWER button
(or ON button) two or three times. If it should still
fail to light up, replace the lamp.
You can turn off this projector just by unplugging the
power cord without pressing the POWER button.
• Don’t shut down the projector while the STATUS
indicator is blinking after the lamp lights up
because the lamp’s life may be shortened.
• Don’t turn the projector back on right after shutting
it down because the lamp’s life may be shortened.
(Wait about 10 minutes before turning the projector
back on.)
• Before shutting down the projector, be sure to close
the menu screen. If you shut down the projector
without closing the menu, the setting data of the
menu may not be saved.
• If you shut down the projector while controlling
the projector using the network function, the
application software such as ProjectorView may
fail. For details, see “User Manual of LAN Control
Utility” contained in the CD-ROM.
AUTO POSITION button
When the image isn’t projected in the right position
with Computer selected as the input source, follow the
procedure below.
1. Project a bright image such as the “Recycle Bin”
window on the full screen.
2. If the screen saver is running, turn it off.
3. Press the AUTO POSITION button.
• If the image is still not in the right position,
adjust the image position using the Signal menu.
See page 24.
Volume from the speaker
Press the VOLUME  or  button to change the
volume from the speaker.
The volume control bar will appear on the screen.
Volume
Important:
• The tip of the projection lens of the projector
protrudes. Therefore, be sure to put the lens cap on
the lens for protection when carrying the projector.
• When storing the projector in the carrying case, the
lens should face up.
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• The volume control bar will disappear about 10
seconds after the VOLUME button is released.
• The VOLUME buttons don’t function while the
menu is being displayed.
• When a high-level audio signal, such as a DVD
audio signal, is supplied to the AUDIO IN terminal,
the output from the speaker may be distorted.
You can change the volume also by using the Volume
setting in the Audio menu.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Audio menu.
2. Select Volume by pressing the  or  button.
3. Adjust the volume by pressing the  or  button.
4. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
AV mute
The video and audio signals are temporarily muted
when the AV MUTE button is pressed. To cancel
muting, press the AV MUTE button again.
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Basic operation (continued)
Setting the aspect ratio
Watching 3D content
You can change the aspect ratio of the input video
signal (or the ratio of width to height of the image).
Change the setting according to the type of the input
video signal.
You can enjoy 3D content with this projector.
In order to watch 3D content, you need to have the
following items:
• Field-sequential 3D video contents
• DLP™ Link™ active 3D glasses
(Field-sequential: The system which displays
alternately the image for the left eye and the right eye.)
With the remote control:
1. Press the ASPECT button.
• Every time the ASPECT button is pressed, the
aspect mode changes from Normal to 16:9, to
Full, and back to Normal.
L
With the Picture menu:
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Picture menu.
2. Select Aspect Ratio by pressing the  or  button.
Aspect Ratio
3D image Format
Side by side
Top & bottom
Page flipping
(Field sequential)
R
Checkerboard
L R
L
L
R
L
R
R
R
Supported
Not supported
Not supported
Normal
Sensor
3. Select your desired aspect ratio by pressing the 
or  button.
R
L
To cancel the menu:
4. Press the MENU button.
R
L
R
DLP™ Projector
L
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
L R
R
L R
L R
L R
R
L
L R
L R
L
Not supported
The shutter timing of the 3D
glasses is controlled by
being synchronized with
switching of right and left
3D image which is detected
by the sensor of glasses.
L
DLP™ Link™ active
3D glasses
Play the field-sequential 3D video contents on a
computer or DVD player, and then, connect the cable
with the projector.
Important:
• When a 16:9 image is kept displayed for a long
time before displaying 4:3 image, the afterimages
of the black bars may appear on the 4:3 image
screen. Consult your dealer in this case.
Go to the Picture menu (or press the 3D button on
the remote control) and set the 3D option to On.
(See page 22.)
Put on the 3D glasses to watch the contents.
If the contents are not projected correctly, go to the
Picture menu, and switch the 3D Sync Invert option to
On.
Caution:
• The lamp can’t be lit again for one minute after
turned off for safety purpose. It will take another
one minute for the STATUS indicator to go out. If
you want to turn on the projector again, wait until
the indicator goes out, and then press the POWER
button.
• The exhaust fans rotate faster as the temperature
around the projector rises.
• When the temperature around the projector rises
high, the sign “Temperature!!” blinks red on the
screen. If the temperature stays high, the lamp will
go out automatically.
Important:
• Do not display a still picture for a long time
because the afterimages may persist on the screen.
When connecting to a laptop computer:
When this projector is connected to a laptop
computer, there may be times when images may not
be projected. When it occurs, set the computer so that
it can output signals externally. The procedure varies
across computers in use. See the instruction manual
of your computer.
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Important:
• You cannot project the 3D content from the input
source LAN Display, USB Display, and PC Less
Presentation.
• If the viewing distance is nearer than the
recommended distance, it will cause physical
discomfort and eye fatigue.
• Watch the contents in front of the screen, not at big
angle. If you are viewing the screen at big angle,
you may not be able to view 3D contents correctly.
• If you are not viewing 3D contents correctly,
check to see if the 3D glasses are powered on or
adequately charged. See the instruction manual of
the 3D glasses for more information.
• There are personal differences in viewing the 3D
images. For persons with myopia, hypermetropia,
astigmatism or left and right sights, please wear
glasses to correct them then wear the 3D glasses.
• The picture seems misplaced at the start of
projecting the 3D images, however, this is not a
malfunction.
• With the 3D option set to On, contents displayed
on the projector appear darker. It is normal and
does not mean the projector is malfunctioning.
Basic operation (continued)
• The following features cannot be used when
viewing 3D contents on the projector:
• Keystone adjustment
• MAGNIFY mode
• It may occur that the image may not be enough 3D
image because setting such as fluorescent lighting
may occur loss of synchronism of glasses.
• 3D image may not appear on the screen depending
on the PC performance such as graphics board,
memory, or CPU.
• The signals specified in the table on page 68
can be displayed with viewing 3D contents on
the projector. If a different signal is inputted, the
projector shows no 3D contents even with the 3D
option set to On in the Picture menu.
• If DVD is run by 480p signals, 3D image may not be
displayed correctly depending on the DVD player.
• When 3D image is projected on the screen in
120Hz or using certain type of playback software of
PC, the image may not appear on the screen.
• 3D image may not be displayed properly depending
on the settings, functions, or manner of connection
of the DVD player.
Caution:
Notes on danger to public health during watching
3D image
• Stop viewing the 3D image immediately if you feel
tired, discomfort, or any other abnormality. It may
cause you to feel unwell if continuing to watch the
3D image in such cases. Please take the necessary
rest, do not continue watch the 3D image for a long
time. Stop using the 3D glasses if you can clearly
see double images when viewing 3D content.
Prolonged use may cause eyesight fatigue.
• The following people need to refrain from use as
with 2D image.
• a photosensitive patient
• a patient with heart disease
• a person in poor physical condition
• a sleepy person
• a very tired person
• a drunk person
• children
• When watching 3D movies, take an appropriate
break after watching a movie. When watching 3D
content on interactive devices such as 3D games
or computers, take an appropriate break every
30-60 minutes. Prolonged use may cause eyesight
fatigue.
• When you feel uncomfortable, stop viewing
3D images and playing 3D games until you are
restored. If necessary, consult a doctor. Also,
stop driving a car until you are restored (for about
2 hours). The period to restore varies with the
individual.
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• As a guide, 3D glasses should not be used by
children younger than 5 - 6 years old. As it is
difficult to judge younger children’s reactions to
fatigue or discomfort, their physical condition may
deteriorate suddenly. When this product is being
used by a child, the parent or guardian should
check to ensure that the child’s eyes are not
becoming tired.
• When viewing the pictures that roll over and
shake or many dynamic pictures, if you feel
uncomfortable, please look at another place.
• When viewing contents with movements such as
rotation, or horizontal or vertical oscillation, you
may feel as if you are actually moving. If such a
feeling results in discomfort, look away from the
screen.
• When using the 3D glasses, be careful not to strike
the screen or other people by mistake. As the
images are in 3D, you may mistake the distance
from the screen, causing to strike the screen which
may result in injury. When using the 3D glasses,
do not place breakable objects near the glasses.
You may move by mistaking the 3D objects you are
viewing as the real objects, causing damages to
surrounding objects that may lead to injury.
• When using the 3D glasses, make sure your eyes
are on an approximate horizontal level. If you
suffer from myopia (short sightedness), hyperopia
(far-sightedness), astigmatism, or have eyesight
differences between the left and right eyes, please
use corrective glasses or other such methods to
correct your eyesight before putting on the 3D
glasses.
• When you view the 3D images, keep a distance
from the screen of about three times the effective
height of the screen.
Menu operation
You can make various settings using the displayed menus.
Picture
Image
Brightness
Contrast
Color Temp.
Color Management
Aspect Ratio
Input Level
3D
3D Sync Invert
Video Image
Signal
Color
Sharpness
Tint
*1
*1
*1
H.Position
V.Position
Fine sync *1*2
Tracking
*2
Computer Input *2
Overscan
Hold
*2
User
Audio
Audio Input
Installation
Menu Position
Lamp Mode
Standby Mode
Image Reverse
Auto Power On
Auto Power Off
Auto Keystone
E-Zoom/Shift
Language
Reset All
Volume
Option
Network Config
±10
±5
±10
0-999
*4
0-999
*4
0-31
0-2800
*4
Auto, RGB, YCbCr/YPbPr
90-100%
*4
Begin
On
Off
End
Clamp Position *2
OK
Clamp Width *2
LPF
*1*2
Shutter(U)
Shutter(L)
Auto
Shutter(LS)
Audio 1 *6
Shutter(RS)
Audio 2 *6
Audio 3 *6
Mix
±10
*6
0-21
OK
*3
*5
*2
*1
*1
Projector Name
Network Certification
Network Password
IP Config
Password
Change Password
xxxxxxxx..., SET
On , Off
OK
OK
Wireless Setting
OK
AMX Device Discovery
Network Initialization
Network Restart
Off , On
OK
OK
Lamp Time
Input
Resolution
H.Frequency
V.Frequency
Sync. Type
0-99
0-99
1-255
1-63
On, Off
0-20
0-20
0-20
0-20
*2
, Polski, Português,
, Svenska, Indonesia,
, Türkçe, Magyar,
, Bahasa Malaysia
Off, On
xxxx
Auto, Off
Auto, NTSC, PAL, SECAM, 4.43NTSC, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL-60
Off, Auto, 1280x768, 1280x768RB, 1280x800, 1360x768, 1366x768
Auto, Off,3.75%,7.50%
OK
Original, User, Off
Blue, Black, Image Original, Image User
Black, Image Original, Image User
Off, CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4, T1, T2
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
MAC Address
DHCP Function
Start IP Address
End IP Address
IP Config Setup
SSID
Channel
Encryption
Wireless Setup
Information
0-10
Dynamic, Natural, Detail
±30
±30
±30
±30
±30
±30
±30
±30
±30
Upper Left, Upper Right, Center, Lower Left, Lower Right
Standard, Low
Low, LAN, Speaker Out, Monitor Out
Off, Mirror, Invert, Mirror Invert
Off, On
Off, 5Min, 10Min, 15Min, 30Min, 60Min
Off, On
OK
English,
, Español, Français, Italiano,
, Deutsch,
OK
Password
Cinema Mode
Video Signal
WXGA
Set Up
Image Capture
Splash Screen
Back Color
AV Mute Mode
Closed Caption
Auto
Theater
Presentation
Standard
Black Board
White Board
Brilliant Color™
User
Gamma
±30
Contrast R
±30
Contrast G
Contrast B
Low
Mid
Brightness R
High
Brightness G
User
Brightness B
Red
Gain
Green
Saturation
Hue
Blue
Cyan
Yellow
Magenta
Normal
16:9
Full
Auto, Normal, Enhanced
Off, On
Off, On
On, Off
0-255
0-255
0-255
xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
Off, On
0-255
0-255
OK
xxxxxxxx..., SET
Auto, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
SET , Off, WEP 128bit(ASCII), WEP 64bit(ASCII), WEP 128bit(HEX), WEP 64bit(HEX),
WPA-PSK(ASCII), WPA2-PSK(ASCII), WPA-PSK(HEX), WPA2-PSK(HEX)
OK
*1:Not available with certain signals.
*2:Not available when the input signal is from the VIDEO or S-VIDEO terminal.
*3:Available only when the input signal is TV60, TV50, 480i, or 576i.
*4:The range that can be specified varies across input signals.
*5:Available only when the input signal is from the VIDEO or S-VIDEO terminal.
*6:Audio 1, Audio 2, Audio 3, and Mix cannot be selected when the input source is HDMI input.
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Menu operation (continued)
How to set the menus
5. Set the selected item by pressing the  or  button.
1. Press the MENU button.
• The Main Menu appears on the screen.
Installation
Menu Position
The item being selected is displayed in red letters
on a blue background.
Lamp Mode
Main Menu
opt.
Off
Auto Power Off
30Min
Language
Audio
Adjust
Installation
Select
Off
OK
English
OK
MENU Exit
Option
6. To cancel the menu, press the MENU button
several times.
Information
Confirm
MENU Exit
Important:
• When an item marked with “ ” is selected, pressing
the ENTER button makes its value effective or
displays another screen for further setting.
• When the MENU button doesn’t function, unplug
the power cord from the wall outlet. Wait about 10
minutes, plug the power cord in, and try again.
• The menus and screens shown in this manual may
be different from those of the actual projector.
Select
2. Press the  or  button to select a menu to use.
Main Menu
Picture
Video Image
Signal
Audio
Installation
opt.
Off
Auto Power On
Reset All
Signal
Network Config
RGB
Low
Image Reverse
E-Zoom/Shift
Video Image
RGB
Standard
Standby Mode
Auto Keystone
Picture
Upper Left
Option
Network Config
Information
Confirm
MENU Exit
Select
3. Press the ENTER button (or  button).
• The selected menu is displayed.
Installation
Upper Left
Menu Position
Standard
Lamp Mode
Standby Mode
Low
Image Reverse
Off
Auto Power On
Off
Auto Power Off
5Min
Off
Auto Keystone
OK
E-Zoom/Shift
English
Language
Reset All
OK
Adjust
MENU Exit
Select
4. Press the  or  button to select an item to adjust.
Installation
Menu Position
Lamp Mode
Upper Left
Standard
Standby Mode
Low
Image Reverse
Off
Auto Power On
Off
Auto Power Off
5Min
Auto Keystone
E-Zoom/Shift
Language
Reset All
Adjust
Off
OK
English
OK
MENU Exit
Select
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Menu operation (continued)
Menu items
Set the following items provided in the respective menus.
Picture menu
Picture
Auto
Image
0
Brightness
0
Contrast
Mid
Color Temp.
Color Management
Red
Aspect Ratio
Normal
Auto
Input Level
Off
3D
3D Sync Invert
Off
Adjust
MENU Exit
Select
ITEM
Image
SETTING
Auto
Theater
Presentation
Standard
Black Board
White Board
Brightness
Contrast
Color Temp.
Color Management
Aspect Ratio
User
±30
±30
4 options
Red / Green /
Blue / Cyan /
Yellow / Magenta
Normal
16:9
Full
Input Level
Auto /
Normal /
Enhanced
3D
3D Sync Invert
Off / On
Off / On
FUNCTION
Automatically sets an optimal color balance based on the input signal. Use
this setting for most cases.
Makes projected images soft and smooth. Best suited for movies.
Makes projected images bright and crisp.
Makes projected images look natural.
Reproduces natural color tones when images are projected directly onto a
black board.
Reproduces natural color tones when images are projected directly onto a
white board.
Use to set Gamma or BrilliantColor™. (See page 31.)
Adjusts the brightness of projected images. (See page 30.)
Adjusts the contrast of projected images. (See page 30.)
Adjusts the color temperature. (See page 30.)
You can change to any desired color by adjusting each of Gain, Saturation
and Hue of six different colors. (See page 31.)
Automatically sets the aspect ratio in relative to the input signal. Use this
setting for most cases.
Select to expand squeezed (or horizontally compressed) images such as DVD
images to 16:9.
Select this setting when you want to project images in the full screen.
For HDMI signal input:
Auto:The proper setting is automatically selected.
Normal:
Select when grayish black occurs.
Enhanced: Select when solid black occurs.
(See page 12.)
Set to On/Off of 3D display.
Switches the order of the image for left eye and for right eye.
• When Image is switched, projected images may be distorted.
EN-22
Menu operation (continued)
Video Image menu
Video Image
Color
0
Sharpness
0
Tint
0
Adjust
MENU Exit
Select
ITEM
Color
SETTING
±10
Sharpness
Tint
±5
±10
FUNCTION
Adjusts the color tone of projected images. (See page 30.) You cannot select
this setting when the Computer1, Computer2 or HDMI is selected as the
input source.
Adjusts the sharpness of projected images. (See page 30.)
Adjusts the color tint of projected images. (See page 30.) You can select this
setting only when NTSC is selected as the input signal.
• You cannot adjust Tint when the TV50 (PAL, SECAM) signal is inputted.
• When Computer1, Computer2 or HDMI is selected, Tint does not work.
EN-23
Menu operation (continued)
Signal menu
Signal
User
H. Position
0
Clamp Position
V. Position
0
Clamp Width
Fine sync
0
LPF
0
1
1
Off
Shutter(U)
0
Auto
Shutter(L)
0
Overscan
90%
Shutter(LS)
0
Hold
On
Shutter(RS)
User
OK
Tracking
Computer Input
Adjust
Adjust
0
MENU Exit
Select
MENU Exit
Select
ITEM
H. Position
V. Position
Fine sync
SETTING
0-999
0-999
0-31
Tracking
0-2800
Computer Input
Auto
RGB
YCbCr/YPbPr
Overscan
Hold
100%-90%
Off / On
User
Clamp Position
OK
1-255
Clamp Width
LPF
Shutter(U)
1-63
On / Off
0-20
Shutter(L)
Shutter(LS)
0-20
0-20
Shutter(RS)
0-20
FUNCTION
Select this setting to adjust the horizontal position of projected images.
Select this setting to adjust the vertical position of projected images.
Select this setting to eliminate flickering or blurs, if they appear, when you are
viewing projected images.
Select this setting to eliminate vertical wide stripes, if they appear, when you are
viewing projected images.
Automatically sets the appropriate setting.
Select this setting when you connect the projector to high definition video
equipment having R, G, and B output terminals.
Select this setting when you connect the projector to a DVD player or other device
having Y, CB, and CR (or Y, PB, and PR) component video output terminals.
Use this setting to adjust the display area of projected images.
Use this setting to adjust projected images when flagging occurs in the upper
area of the screen.
The Signal-User menu is displayed for the following adjustments.
Use this setting to correct solid white or solid black that appears in projected
images.
Use this setting to correct solid black that appears in projected images.
Select this setting to enable or disable LPF.
Use this setting to adjust projected images when noise appears in the top
part of the image.
Use to adjust the image when noise appears on the bottom part of the image.
Use this setting to adjust projected images when noise appears in the left half
of the image.
Use this setting to adjust projected images when noise appears in the right
half of the image.
• Horizontal strips may appear in the enlarged projected image, though these conditions are not a malfunction.
• When you change the value of the horizontal or vertical position drastically, noise may appear.
• The adjustable range of the vertical position varies depending on the type of the input signal. The image may be stationary
even when the value is changed. These conditions are not a malfunction.
• Shutter does not work correctly during keystone adjustment.
• When you increase the value of Overscan, noise may appear on the screen.
• When the keystone adjustment takes effect, the Overscan function cannot be used.
Important:
• You can set the Picture, Signal, and Signal-User menus only when the signal is inputted.
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Menu operation (continued)
Audio menu
Audio
Audio Input
Auto
16
Volume
Adjust
MENU Exit
Select
ITEM
Audio Input
SETTING
Auto
Audio 1 / Audio 2 /
Audio 3
Mix
Volume
0-21
FUNCTION
Selects Audio 1 when the input source is Computer1, selects Audio 2 when
the input source is Computer2, selects Audio 3 when the input source is
Video/S-Video, and selects HDMI when the input source is HDMI.
Selects audio input.
Selects mix signal of Audio 1 and Audio 2. You can change the balance of
Audio 1/Audio 2 using Mix .
Adjusts the volume of the audio from the speaker.
• In Audio Input, HDMI audio is selected when the input source is HDMI input. The audio of Audio 1, Audio 2, Audio 3, and Mix
cannot be selected.
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Menu operation (continued)
Installation menu
Installation
Upper Left
Menu Position
Standard
Lamp Mode
Standby Mode
Low
Image Reverse
Off
Auto Power On
Off
Auto Power Off
5Min
Off
Auto Keystone
E-Zoom/Shift
OK
English
Language
Reset All
OK
Adjust
MENU Exit
Select
ITEM
Menu Position
Lamp Mode
SETTING
5 options
Standard
Low
Standby Mode
Low
LAN
Speaker Out
Monitor Out
Image Reverse
Off
Mirror
Invert
Mirror Invert
Auto Power On
Off / On
Auto Power Off
Off / 5-60 Min
Auto Keystone
E-Zoom/Shift
Off / On
OK
Language
Reset All
18 languages
OK
FUNCTION
Use this setting to change the position of the menu on the screen.
Select this option when you want to view images in a well-lit room.
Select to moderate the intensity of the lamp. The operating sound is reduced
and the lamp lifetime becomes longer.
• When this mode is switched, projected images may flicker.
• If this mode is frequently switched, the lamp may be deteriorated.
Select this option when you don’t use the LAN control, speaker output and
monitor output during power standby. This option disables them and reduces
the power consumption during the power standby.
Select this option when you control the projector via the LAN during power
standby.
Select this option when you want to output audio from the speaker during
power standby.
Select this option when you want to output video signal from the MONITOR
OUT terminal in addition to the audio from the speaker during power standby.
Select this setting when you want to view images from the front with the
projector set on the floor.
Select this setting when you want to view images from behind the screen with
the projector set on the floor.
Select this setting when you want to view images from behind the screen with
the projector set at the ceiling.
Select this setting when you want to view images from the front with the
projector set at the ceiling.
When this mode is set to On, the lamp is automatically lit when the power
cord is plugged in the wall outlet. Select On when you set the projector at the
ceiling.
• When the lamp is off, the projector is in standby. Use the remote control to
turn on the lamp.
Selects a desired timer setting until the projector enters the standby mode
when there is no signal input from the source.
Select Auto Keystone function.
Displays the E-ZOOM/SHIFT menu for size and position adjustment of the
projected image.
Selects a desired language for the menu.
Resets all menu settings except for Password and Language to the default.
• Regardless of the setting of Lamp Mode in the Installation menu, the Standard lamp mode is activated by default whenever the
projector is turned on. The Lamp Mode is set to either Standard or Low depending on the setting last selected, and you cannot
switch the Lamp Mode in about one minute after the lamp is on.
• When the Standby Mode is set to Speaker Out or Monitor Out, the audio selected with Audio Input in the Audio menu is output
during standby mode. However, no audio is output when the last selected input was HDMI.
• During standby mode, you cannot change the audio input and the volume from the speaker.
• When Standby Mode is set to LAN, Speaker Out, or Monitor Out, the fans rotate at very low speed during standby after
plugging the power cord (with 5 second high speed rotation at the beginning) and after turning off the lamp. This is to cool
down the projector operating various functions during standby and is not a malfunction. When Standby Mode is set to Low,
the fans stop during standby.
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Menu operation (continued)
Option menu
Option
Password
OK
Cinema Mode
Auto
Video Signal
Auto
WXGA
Off
Set Up
Auto
OK
Image Capture
Original
Splash Screen
Back Color
Blue
AV Mute Mode
Black
Closed Caption
Off
Adjust
MENU Exit
Select
ITEM
Password
Cinema Mode
SETTING
OK
Auto / Off
Video Signal
8 options
WXGA
Off / Auto / 1280 x 768 /
1280 x 768RB / 1280 x 800 /
1360 x 768 / 1366 x 768
Auto
Off
Set Up
3.75% / 7.50%
Image Capture
Splash Screen
OK
Original
User
Back Color
Off
Blue / Black
Image Original
Image User
AV Mute Mode
Black
Image Original
Image User
Closed Caption
Off
CC1 / CC2 / CC3 / CC4 / T1 /
T2
FUNCTION
Use this setting to activate or deactivate the password lock.
Select Auto to automatically activate the film mode when the input
video signal is a video signal from a film.
Select Auto to automatically set the appropriate video format in
relative to the input signal. If projected images aren’t displayed
correctly, select a desired video format manually.
Select the appropriate format when the input signal is a WXGA
video signal and the Auto mode does not display images properly.
Select Off when the input signal is other than a WXGA video signal.
Select this setting to automatically change the Set Up mode.
Select this setting to lower the density of black. Use this setting
when images are dark.
Select this setting to increase the density of black.
• When 7.50% is set, the brightness is decreased by the setup
cancel function for the U.S.
Use to capture the screen for the splash screen. (See page 54.)
Displays the original image for the splash screen when the projector
is powered on.
Displays the image captured for the splash screen when the
projector is powered on.
Displays no splash screen when the projector is powered on.
Displays blue or black background while no signal is inputted.
Displays the original image for the splash screen while no signal is
inputted.
Displays the image captured for the splash screen while no signal is
inputted.
Displays black background when the AV MUTE button is pressed.
Displays the original image for the splash screen when the AV MUTE
button is pressed.
Displays the image captured for the splash screen when the AV
MUTE button is pressed.
Does not display captions.
Displays captions.
• You can select Cinema Mode only when the input signal is a TV60, TV50, 480i, or 576i video signal.
• Captions are not displayed while information about the menu, volume setting, or input signal selection is being displayed on
the screen.
• The closed caption function displays text information included in the NTSC signal, which is mainly used for TV broadcasting in
North America.
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Menu operation (continued)
Network Config menu
IP Config
Network Config
Wireless Setting
On
Projector Name
SET
DHCP
Network Certification
On
IP Address
169 - 254 -
0
- 220
Network Password
OK
Subnet Mask
255 - 255 -
0
-
0
Encryption
IP Config
OK
Default Gateway
169 - 254 -
0
-
1
Wireless Setup
Wireless Setting
OK
MAC Address
AMX Device Discovery
Off
DHCP Function
Network Initialization
OK
Start IP Address
169 - 254 - 0
OK
End IP Address
169 - 254 - 254 - 254
OK
Network Restart
Adjust
IP Config Setup
MENU Exit
xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
Off
Adjust
Select
- 221
SSID
SET
Channel
Auto
Adjust
Off
OK
MENU Exit
Select
MENU Exit
Select
ITEM
Projector Name
SETTING
xxxxxxxx...
SET
Network Certification
On
Network Password
OK
IP Config
DHCP
OK
On / Off
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
MAC Address
DHCP Function
Start IP Address
End IP Address
IP Config Setup
Wireless Setting
SSID
xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx
xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx
xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx
xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
On / Off
xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx
xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx
OK
OK
xxxxxxxx...
SET
Channel
Encryption
Auto / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 /
6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 11
SET / Off /
WEP 128bit(ASCII) /
WEP 64bit(ASCII) /
WEP 128bit(HEX) /
WEP 64bit(HEX) /
WPA-PSK(ASCII) /
WPA2-PSK(ASCII) /
WPA-PSK(HEX) /
WPA2-PSK(HEX)
OK
Off / On
OK
OK
Wireless Setup
AMX Device Discovery
Network Initialization
Network Restart
/ Off
FUNCTION
Displays Projector Name. Displays Projector Name in blank when
Projector Name is not set.
Set Projector Name. Enter up to 15 character alphabets (capital/small),
numeric characters, or marks.
Select whether to enable the network certification or not. Select On for
normal use.
Set the password for the certification of PJLink, ProjectorView Global+
and RS-232C.
Select this setting for IP Configuration. (See page 34.)
Use this setting when you obtain IP Config automatically by DHCP
server.
Displays IP Address.
Displays Subnet Mask.
Displays Default Gateway.
Displays MAC Address.
Use this setting when using the projector as a DHCP server.
Displays Start IP Address.
Displays End IP Address.
Set the IP configuration.
Select this setting for wireless configuration. (See page 36.)
Displays SSID.
Set SSID. Enter up to 32 character alphabets (capital/small), numeric
characters, or marks.
Select the wireless channel.
Select the wireless encrypted communication.
Set the wireless configuration.
Use this setting when using an AMX controller.
Initializes network setting.
Restarts network function.
EN-28
Menu operation (continued)
Information menu
Information
2000H
Lamp Time
Computer1
Input
Resolution
1024x768
H. Frequency
60.00 kHz
V. Frequency
60.00 Hz
3Wire
Sync. Type
MENU Exit
ITEM
Lamp Time
DESCRIPTION
Resolution
This menu shows a lamp operating time (hour) calculated assuming that Lamp Mode is Low.
• When the Lamp Mode is Standard, this menu shows a longer lamp operating time than the
actual time. (See page 59 for the interval of lamp replacement.)
Indicates the name of the terminal to which the currently projected video signal is being
inputted.
Indicates the resolution of the currently projected video signal.
H. Frequency
Indicates the horizontal frequency of the currently projected video signal.
V. Frequency
Sync. Type
Indicates the vertical frequency of the currently projected video signal.
Indicates the type of the sync signal for the currently projected video signal.
Input
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Image adjustment
To adjust the brightness (Contrast
and Brightness):
To adjust the tone of white (Color
Temp.):
Contrast
To adjust the tone of white (To customize
the color temperature):
You can select a preset color temperature (white tone)
using the menu.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Picture menu.
2. Select Color Temp. by pressing the  or  button.
3. Select your desired color temperature by pressing
the  or  button.
To cancel the menu:
4. Press the MENU button.
You can make adjustments for the brightness of the
projected image using the menu.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Picture menu.
2. Select Contrast or Brightness by pressing the  or
 button.
3. Adjust the selected item by pressing the  or  button.
To cancel the menu:
4. Press the MENU button.
Select to adjust the contrast of the image. Every time
the  button is pressed, the image becomes brighter
and more clearly defined. Every time the  button is
pressed, the image becomes darker and less clearly
defined.
To set (and store) a user-defined color temperature,
perform the following procedure.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Select Color Temp. in the Picture menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select User .
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The Color Temp. User menu appears.
Brightness
Every time the  button is pressed, the image
becomes brighter. Every time the  button is pressed,
the image becomes darker.
Color Temp. User
To adjust the color (Color and Tint):
Contrast R
0
Contrast G
0
Contrast B
0
Brightness R
0
Brightness G
0
Brightness B
0
You can adjust the color of the projected image using
the menu.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Video Image menu.
2. Select Color or Tint by pressing the  or  button.
• Color and Tint is selectable only when the input
signal is Video.
• Tint is selectable only when the NTSC or
4.43NTSC signal is inputted.
3. Adjust the selected item by pressing the  or 
button.
To cancel the menu:
4. Press the MENU button.
4. Press the  or  button to select the desired item.
5. Press the  or  button to adjust the selected
item.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for optimum adjustment
results.
To cancel the menu:
7. Press the MENU button.
Color
To enable the stored color temperature:
Adjust
1. Set Color Temp. to User
Use to adjust the color density of the projected image.
Every time the  button is pressed, the color becomes
darker. Every time the  button is pressed, the color
becomes lighter.
in the Picture menu.
About color temperature
There are different variations in white color. Color
temperature is a way to show these variations in
white. When the temperature is low, white appears
reddish. When the temperature rises, white
appears bluish. For example, you can change the
temperature using the following procedures.
To raise the temperature: Increase Contrast B (blue)
and decrease Contrast R (red).
To reduce the temperature: Decrease Contrast B
(blue) and increase Contrast R (red).
• If you set Contrast R, G, and B to negative
values, the brightness of the image can’t retain
the original even when you maximize the value of
Contrast in the Picture menu.
Tint
Use to adjust the tint of the projected image. Every
time the  button is pressed, the image appears more
greenish. Every time the  button is pressed, the
image appears more reddish.
To sharpen or soften the projected
image (Sharpness):
You can adjust the sharpness of the projected image
using the menu.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Video Image menu.
2. Select Sharpness by pressing the  or  button.
3. Adjust the selected item by pressing the  or  button.
To cancel the menu:
4. Press the MENU button.
MENU Exit
Select
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Image adjustment (continued)
Image
Color Management
You can set user-defined values for the brightness and
hue using the menu. (See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Picture menu.
2. Select Image by pressing the  or  button.
3. Select User by pressing the  or  button.
4. Press the ENTER button.
• The Image User menu appears.
You can individually adjust the tone of red, green, blue,
cyan, yellow and magenta using the menu.
1. Display the Picture menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Color
Management.
3. Press the  or  button to select a color to be
adjusted: Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Yellow or
Magenta.
4. Press the ENTER button.
• The Color Management menu for the selected
color appears on the screen.
Image User
10
Brilliant Color™
Gamma
Adjust
Dynamic
MENU Exit
Color Management-Red
Select
5. Select a setting you want to set.
Gain
0
Saturation
0
Gamma
Hue
0
Adjust
Use this setting to set an optimal gamma value and
modulation of lamp power. The level of brightness can
be adjusted for subdued colors.
MENU Exit
Select
5. Press the  or  button to select an item to be
adjusted: Gain, Saturation or Hue.
6. Press the  or  button to adjust the item.
To cancel the menu:
7. Press the MENU button.
Dynamic �� Select when viewing crisp, clear
images in a brightly lit room or strong
daylight. The level of brightness is
adjusted to higher levels.
Natural ��� Select when viewing images of which
colors are more faithfully reproduced.
The level of brightness and vividness
is adjusted to optimal levels.
Detail ���� Select when viewing images of which
brightness should be kept relatively
low, such as movies and music video
clips.
BrilliantColor™
Use this setting to make colors with medium
brightness, such as yellow and the skin tone appear
natural. Press the  button to decrease the value to
lessen the effect. Press the  button to increase the
value to heighten the effect. (BrilliantColor™ has no
effect at value 0.)
6. Select a value by pressing the  or  button.
• For more enhanced color reproduction, set
BrilliantColor™ to 0. The white area of the color
wheel is disabled, and you can reproduce truecolor images.
EN-31
Image adjustment (continued)
How to adjust the computer image
Simple method to adjust the image
position
This projector automatically and properly projects
video signals being inputted from the computer.
However, some video signals may not be projected,
depending on the type of the computer. When it
occurs, press the AUTO POSITION button. (See page
17.) When the signal is still not projected properly,
adjust the projected image using the Signal menu.
To adjust the horizontal position:
1. Align the left edge of the image with the left side
of the screen by adjusting H.Position. Then, align
the right edge of the image with the right side of
the screen by adjusting Tracking.
2. Repeat step 1 to complete the adjustment of the
horizontal position.
How to adjust the image supplied from the
computer using the menu:
To adjust the vertical position:
3. Align the upper edge of the image with the upper
side of the screen by adjusting V.Position.
Perform the following procedures when the following
conditions occur.
When wide strips appear.
� Adjust Tracking in the Signal menu.
When the projected image flickers.
When the projected image is blurred.
� Adjust Fine sync in the Signal menu.
When the projected image is displaced horizontally.
� Adjust H.Position in the Signal menu. Every time
the  button is pressed, the image moves to the
right. Every time the  button is pressed, the
image moves to the left.
When the projected image is displaced vertically.
� Adjust V.Position in the Signal menu. Every
time the  button is pressed, the image moves
down. Every time the  button is pressed, the
image moves up.
When the top part of the image flags.
� Change the setting of Hold in the Signal menu.
To select On , press the ENTER button, and
Adjust Begin or End to minimize the flagging.
A solid black or solid white appears in the image.
� Adjust Clamp Position or Clamp Width in the
Signal-User menu.
Noise appears in the right or left half of the image.
� Adjust Shutter(LS) or Shutter(RS) in the SignalUser menu.
Noise appears in the top or bottom part of the image.
� Adjust Shutter(U) or Shutter(L) in the Signal-User
menu.
1. Display the Signal menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select a setting to
adjust.
3. Adjust the selected setting by pressing the  or 
button.
LPF (Progressive filter)
You can select to enable or disable the LPF. This
option is set to Off normally.
Vertical or horizontal streaks may appear in the
projected image, depending on the type of the DVD
player, game console or computer in use. If this
occurs, reduce noise by enabling the LPF. Projected
images appear slightly faint.
To cancel the menu:
4. Press the MENU button.
• Do not change the settings of the Signal menu
for ordinary use.
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Network settings
Enabling or disabling the network
certification
You can set the network of the projector using the
menu.
You can select whether or not to certify the network
communication using the network password.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Network Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Network
Certification.
Network Config
Projector Name
SET
Network Certification
On
Network Password
OK
IP Config
OK
Wireless Setting
OK
AMX Device Discovery
Off
Network Initialization
OK
OK
Network Restart
Adjust
On
Network Certification
MENU Exit
3. Press the ENTER button.
• Certification dialog appears.
Select
Setting Projector Name
CERTIFICATION :
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Network Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Projector Name.
3. Press the  or  button to select SET .
4. Press the ENTER button.
• The PROJECTOR NAME screen appears.
Network Password settings
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Network Config menu.
2. Press the  or button to select Network
Password.
PROJECTOR NAME
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4. Press the  or  button to select ON or OFF .
5. Select the item to set, and press the ENTER button.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
• It may take some time to reflect the setting.
SET
Projector Name
ON
OK : ENTER
OK
Network Password
SPACE
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OK
CANCEL
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The CURRENT NETWORK PASSWORD screen
appears.
5. Press the , ,, and  buttons to move the key
cursor to select the characters or marks to enter,
and press the ENTER button.
• Projector Name can be set using up to 15
characters including alphabets (capital/small),
numeric characters, or marks.
← key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the left for each
character.
→ key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the right for each
character.
DEL key:
Deleting the character in the
position of enter cursor for each
character.
caps/CAPS key:Switching an alphabet character
to CAPITAL or small.
NEXT/PREV key:Switching the marks.
SPACE key: Inserting a space in the position
of enter cursor.
CLEAR key: Deleting all the entered
characters.
6. Select OK to complete the setting with the name
stored. Select CANCEL to complete the setting
without storing.
• The display returns to the Network Config menu
after selecting OK or CANCEL.
• It may take some time to reflect the setting.
CURRENT NETWORK PASSWORD
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4. Press the , ,, and  buttons to move the key
cursor to select the characters or marks to enter,
and press the ENTER button.
• Password can be set using up to 32 characters
including alphabets (capital/small) or numeric
characters.
← key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the left for each
character.
→ key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the right for each
character.
DEL key:
Deleting the character in the
position of enter cursor for each
character.
caps/CAPS key:Switching an alphabet character
to CAPITAL or small.
CLEAR key: Deleting all the entered
characters.
• The default password is “admin”.
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Network settings (continued)
5. Select OK, and NEW NETWORK PASSWORD
screen appears if the entered password is correct.
• If the entered password is not correct, the
CURRENT NETWORK PASSWORD screen
appears again.
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The IP Config menu appears.
IP Config
NEW NETWORK PASSWORD
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CONFIRM NETWORK PASSWORD
IP Address
192 - 168 -
Subnet Mask
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Default Gateway
192 - 168 -
MAC Address
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6. Enter the NEW NETWORK PASSWORD and
CONFIRM NETWORK PASSWORD.
• Password can be set using up to 32 characters
including alphabets (capital/small) or numeric
characters.
← key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the left for each
character.
→ key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the right for each
character.
key:Shifting the position of
enter cursor between NEW
NETWORK PASSWORD
and CONFIRM NETWORK
PASSWORD.
DEL key:Deleting the character in the
position of enter cursor for each
character.
caps/CAPS key:Switching an alphabet character
to CAPITAL or small.
CLEAR key: Deleting all the entered
characters.
7. When NEW NETWORK PASSWORD and CONFIRM
NETWORK PASSWORD are matched, the setting is
completed after changing the Network Password.
• If the entered content is not matched, NEW
NETWORK PASSWORD screen appears again
after an error dialog is displayed.
• The default setting of each item is as follows:
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DHCP Function
Start IP Address
End IP Address
Setting or clearing DHCP
1. Display the IP Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select DHCP.
On
DHCP
3. Press the  or  button to select On or Off.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
• When DHCP is set to On, IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Default Gateway, and DHCP Function
cannot be set. If you want to set these settings,
set DHCP to Off and perform the IP settings as
follows.
IP Address settings
1. Display the IP Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select IP Address.
IP Address
169 - 254 -
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3. Press the ENTER button.
• The first octet is selected.
• It may take some time to reflect the settings.
IP Config settings
IP Address
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Network Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select IP Config.
IP Config
Off
192.168.1.10
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.10
On
192.168.1.11
192.168.1.254
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4. Press the  or  button to select the numeric
value.
5. Press the  or  button to select the octet.
• The second or final octet is selected.
OK
IP Address
169 - 254 -
0
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6. Press the ENTER button.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
• Set the numeric value within the range from 0 to
255. However, set the numeric value for the final
octet within the range from 1 to 254.
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Network settings (continued)
Subnet Mask settings
Start IP Address setting
1. Display the IP Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Subnet Mask.
1. Display the IP Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Start IP Address.
Subnet Mask
255 - 255 -
0
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0
Start IP Address
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The first octet is selected.
Subnet Mask
255 - 255 -
0
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0
Start IP Address
255 - 255 -
0
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0
Start IP Address
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End IP Address
169 - 254 -
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3. Press the ENTER button.
• The first octet is selected.
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End IP Address
4. Press the  or  button to select the numeric
value.
5. Press the  or  button to select the octet.
• The second or final octet is selected.
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1. Display the IP Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select End IP Address.
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The first octet is selected.
Default Gateway
169 - 254 - 0
End IP Address setting
1. Display the IP Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Default Gateway.
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6. Press the ENTER button.
• Set the numeric value within the range from 0 to
255. However, set the numeric value for the final
octet within the range from 2 to 254. Moreover,
set the numeric value larger than IP address in
the same subnet class.
Default Gateway settings
169 - 254 -
169 - 254 - 0
4. Press the  or  button to select the numeric
value.
5. Press the  or  button to select the octet.
• The second or final octet is selected.
6. Press the ENTER button.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
• Set the numeric value within the range from 0 to
255. However, set the numeric value for the final
octet within the range from 0 to 254.
Default Gateway
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3. Press the ENTER button.
• The first octet is selected.
4. Press the  or  button to select the numeric
value.
5. Press the  or  button to select the octet.
• The second or final octet is selected.
Subnet Mask
169 - 254 - 0
169 - 254 -
4. Press the  or  button to select the numeric
value.
5. Press the  or  button to select the octet.
• The second or final octet is selected.
1
End IP Address
6. Press the ENTER button.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
• Set the numeric value within the range from 0 to
255. However, set the numeric value for the final
octet within the range from 1 to 254.
169 - 254 -
0
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Setting or clearing DHCP Function
6. Press the ENTER button.
• Set the numeric value within the range from 0 to
255. However, set the numeric value for the final
octet within the range from 3 to 254. Moreover,
set the numeric value larger than Start IP
address in the same subnet class.
1. Display the IP Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select DHCP Function.
IP Config Setup setting
DHCP Function
On
1. Display the IP Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select IP Config Setup.
3. Press the  or  button select On or Off.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
• When DHCP Function is set to Off, Start IP
Address and End IP Address cannot be set.
If you want to set these settings, set DHCP
Function to On and perform the IP settings as
follows.
IP Config Setup
OK
3. Press the ENTER button.
• Confirmation dialog appears.
4. If the ENTER button is pressed again, the IP Config
setting will be reflected.
• It may take some time to reflect the setting.
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Network settings (continued)
Wireless Setting
Channel setting
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Network Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Wireless Setting.
1. Display the Wireless Setting menu.
2. Press the  or button to select Channel.
Auto
Channel
OK
Wireless Setting
3. Press the  or  button to select Auto or 1 to 11.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The Wireless Setting menu appears.
Encryption setting
Wireless Setting
1. Display the Wireless Setting menu.
2. Press the  or button to select Encryption.
SSID
SET
Channel
Auto
Off
Encryption
Off
Encryption
OK
Wireless Setup
Adjust
3. Press the  or  button to select SET .
4. Press the ENTER button.
• Encryption dialog appears.
MENU Exit
Select
SSID setting
1. Display the Wireless Setting menu.
2. Press the  or button to select SSID.
OK : ENTER
SET
SSID
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5. Press the  or button to select OFF or another
encryption.
6. Select the item to set, and press the ENTER button.
• The KEY screen appears.
• The keypad on the KEY screen varies depending
on the selected Encryption setting.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
3. Press the or  button to select SET .
4. Press the ENTER button.
• The SSID screen appears.
←
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ENCRYPTION :
CANCEL
5. Press the , ,, and  buttons to move the key
cursor to select the characters or marks to enter,
and press the ENTER button.
• SSID can be set using up to 32 characters including
alphabets (capital/small) or numeric characters.
← key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the left for each
character.
→ key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the right for each
character.
DEL key:
Deleting the character in the
position of enter cursor for each
character.
caps/CAPS key:Switching an alphabet character
to CAPITAL or small.
NEXT/PREV key:Switching the marks.
SPACE key: Inserting a space in the position
of enter cursor.
CLEAR key: Deleting all the entered
characters.
• The default SSID is “MITSUBISHI Projector”.
6. Select OK to complete the setting with the SSID
stored. Select CANCEL to complete the setting
without storing.
• The display returns to the Wireless Setting menu
after selecting CANCEL.
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cursor to select the characters or marks to enter,
and press the ENTER button.
• KEY can be set using up to 64 characters
including alphabets (capital/small) or numeric
characters.
← key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the left for each
character.
→ key:
Shifting the position of enter
cursor to the right for each
character.
DEL key:
Deleting the character in the
position of enter cursor for each
character.
caps/CAPS key:Switching an alphabet character
to CAPITAL or small.
NEXT/PREV key:Switching the marks.
SPACE key: Inserting a space in the position
of enter cursor.
CLEAR key: Deleting all the entered
characters.
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Network settings (continued)
8. Select OK to complete the setting with the
Encryption and KEY stored. Select CANCEL to
complete the setting without storing.
• The display returns to the Wireless Setting menu
after selecting CANCEL.
• The number of characters of KEY varies
depending on the Encryption setting.
• WEP 128bit(ASCII):13 chars
• WEP 64bit(ASCII): 5 chars
• WEP 128bit(HEX): 26 digits
• WEP 64bit(HEX): 10 digits
• WPA-PSK(ASCII): 8-63 chars
• WPA2-PSK(ASCII): 8-63 chars
• WPA-PSK(HEX): 64 digits
• WPA2-PSK(HEX): 64 digits
• If the entered content is outside character
number range, the KEY screen appears again
after an error dialog is displayed.
3. Press the ENTER button.
• Network Initialization dialog appears.
4. If the ENTER button is pressed again, the network
settings will be initialized.
• It may take some time to initialize the settings.
Restart of network function
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Network Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Network Restart.
Network Restart
OK
3. Press the ENTER button.
• Network Restart dialog appears.
4. If the ENTER button is pressed again, the network
function will be restarted.
• It may take some time to restart the function.
Wireless Setup setting
1. Display the Wireless Setting menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Wireless Setup.
How to use network function
• When connecting a computer and projector with
LAN, configure the both IP Addresses in the
same network group.
If connecting in different network group, be sure
to use a router. As for the settings of a router, ask
the network administrator.
• Configure the IP Config correctly. If the settings
are not correct, the communication may be
unavailable. For the detail, consult the network
administrator.
• Depending on the settings of Standby Mode of
the projector, LAN function may be unavailable.
See page 26 for the detail of Standby Mode.
OK
Wireless Setup
3. Press the ENTER button.
• Confirmation dialog appears.
4. If the ENTER button is pressed again, the Wireless
Setting will be reflected.
• It may take some time to reflect the setting.
Enabling or disabling the AMX
Device Discovery
Select this setting when using the AMX controller.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Network Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select AMX Device
Discovery.
Glossary
For more detail of the glossary below, refer to the
technical book that is commercially available.
3. Press the ENTER button.
• AMX dialog appears.
OK : ENTER
OFF
DHCP
Abbreviation for Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol. This
protocol automatically assigns IP
Address to networked devices.
IP Address
Numerical address to identify
networked computers.
Subnet Mask
A numeric value to define the
number of bits used for a network
address of a divided network (or
subnet) in an IP Address.
CANCEL : MENU
4. Press the  or  button to select ON or OFF .
5. Select the item to set, and press the ENTER button.
• To cancel the setting, press the MENU button.
• It may take some time to reflect the setting.
A server (or router) to communicate
Default Gateway across networks (subnets) that are
divided by Subnet Mask.
Initialization of network settings
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Network Config menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Network
Initialization.
Network Initialization
Description
Off
AMX Device Discovery
AMX :
Term
MAC Address
OK
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Abbreviation for Media Access
Control Address. MAC Address is a
unique ID number assigned to each
network adapter. And this is based
on which data are sent and received
between network adapters.
Advanced display utilities
Thin client
4. Click [Remote settings].
Projecting the desktop screen of a remote computer
connected via a network onto the projector, you can
remotely control the remote computer through the
projector.
To use the thin client function, you need to install the
software “ThinClient.exe” contained in the attached
CD-ROM.
Supported OS’s are as follows:
• Windows XP (except Home Edition)
• Windows Vista (except Home Basic and Home
Premium)
• Windows 7 (except Starter and Home Premium)
• Windows Server 2008 R2
• Windows MultiPoint Server
Important:
• License terms for Windows XP, Windows Vista and
Windows 7 do not permit simultaneous operation
by multiple users.
• To use the thin client function with Windows Server
2008 R2 or Windows MultiPoint Server, a Client
Access License (CAL) is required. For details, see
“Client Access License (CAL)” on page 42.
• Computer audio cannot be output from the
projector.
5. Select [Allow connections from computers running
any version of Remote Desktop (less secure)].
Preparation for using Remote Desktop
The thin client function utilizes the standard Microsoft
Remote Desktop function. To use the Remote Desktop
function, perform the following preparations on the
computer.
Important:
• For the following preparations, log on to the
computer using the administrator account.
6. Click [Select Users...].
1. Creating a user account
Important:
• You must configure a password for the user
account. Do not use double-byte characters for the
user account name and password.
2. Configuring Remote Desktop users
Configure the Remote Desktop users as follows.
In Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server
2008 R2 or Windows MultiPoint Server
1. Select [Start]-[Control Panel].
2. In Windows Vista, select [System and
Maintenance]. Otherwise, select [System and
Security].
• When using Classic View in Windows Vista,
double-click the System icon and go to step 4.
3. Select [System].
• The “Remote Desktop Users” window is
displayed.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
In Windows XP
1. Select [Start]-[Control Panel].
2. Click [Performance and Maintenance].
• When using Classic View, double-click the
System icon and go to step 4.
3. Click [System].
• The “System Properties” window is displayed.
4. Click the [Remote] tab and check the [Allow users
to connect remotely to this computer] checkbox.
5. Click [Select Remote Users...].
• The “Remote Desktop Users” window is
displayed.
6. Perform steps 7-10 in the section “ In Windows
Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 or
Windows MultiPoint Server.”
7. Click [Add...].
• The “Select Users” window is displayed.
8. Enter the user account name configured in the
“1. Creating a user account” (see page 38) in the
textbox and click [OK].
3. Configuration of Windows Firewall Configure Windows Firewall as follows.
In Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 or
Windows MultiPoint Server
1. Select [Start]-[Control Panel].
2. Select [System and Security].
3. Select [Allow a program through Windows Firewall].
• The “Allowed Programs” window is displayed.
4. Check the [Remote Desktop] checkbox and the
[Home/Work (Private)] and [Public] checkboxes on
the same line, and click [OK].
• The “Remote Desktop Users” window is
displayed.
9. Click [OK].
• The “System Properties” window is displayed.
10.Click [OK].
In Windows Vista
1. Select [Start]-[Control Panel].
2. Select [Allow a program through Windows Firewall].
• When using Classic View, double-click the
Windows Firewall icon and select [Allow a
program through Windows Firewall] on the
upper left of the window.
• The “Windows Firewall Settings” window is
displayed.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
Connection
3. Click the [Exceptions] tab, check the [Remote
Desktop] checkbox and click [OK].
Connect the projector and the computer using a
commercially available LAN cable. Connect a USB
mouse and USB keyboard to the USB-A terminal on
the projector.
AUDIO
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SERIAL
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COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
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AUDIO
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AUDIO IN-3R
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Computer
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terminal
Wireless keyboard
and mouse
To LAN
terminal
LAN cable
(option)
Important:
• On Thin Client, use both a keyboard and mouse.
We recommend a commercially available wireless
keyboard and wireless mouse intended for a
computer with wireless receiver.
• Wired LAN connection is recommended for
communication with the computer.
• For wired LAN connection, use a category-5 LAN
cable. Both straight-through and crossover cables
can be used.
• The USB-A terminal on this projector is compatible
with USB 2.0.
• Supported USB devices are standard USB HID
devices with power consumption less than
5V/500mA or wireless LAN modules.
• When using a USB hub, you are recommended to
use the one with external power supply.
• Some USB hubs cannot be used depending on the
specifications.
In Windows XP
1. Select [Start]-[Control Panel].
2. Click [Network and Internet Connections].
• When using Classic View, double-click the
Windows Firewall icon and go to step 4.
3. Select [Windows Firewall].
• The “Windows Firewall” window is displayed.
4. Click the [Exceptions] tab, check the [Remote
Desktop] checkbox and click [OK].
Installation of software
Installing Thin Client
Before starting installation, be sure to read “ReadMe.
txt” contained in the CD-ROM.
1. Copy “ThinClient.exe” contained in the TOOLS
folder of CD-ROM to the hard disk of your
computer.
2. Double-click “ThinClient.exe” on the hard disk, and
start up the installer of the Thin Client.
• Follow the on-screen instructions to install the
software.
• When the “Windows Security Alert” window
is displayed during installation, proceed as
follows:
- In Windows XP or Windows Vista, click
[Unblock].
- In Windows 7, click [Allow access].
3. When the installation has been completed, restart
the computer.
Operation
Selecting a LAN Display input
1. Press the LAN DISP. button on the remote control
or the COMPUTER button on the projector.
• Each time you press the COMPUTER
button, the input source is switched between
Computer1, Computer2, HDMI, LAN Display,
USB Display and PC Less Presentation.
• When the LAN Display input is selected, the
splash screen for LAN Display appears on the
screen.
When deleting ThinClient (Uninstallation)
1. Select [Start]-[All Programs]-[Thin Client]-[Uninstall
Thin Client].
• Follow the on-screen instructions to uninstall the
software.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
Connecting the projector to the computer
For the following operation, use the USB device such
as a mouse or keyboard connected to the projector.
• If you connect to a computer installed with
Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 that
any other user has already logged on, “Another
user is currently logged on to this computer.”
will be displayed.
• If you connect to a computer with Windows
Server 2008 R2 or Windows MultiPoint Server
and try logging on to a user account where any
other user has already logged on, “Another user
is currently logged on to this computer.” will be
displayed.
4. When the projector logs on to the computer, the
desktop screen of the user account is displayed.
• You can operate the computer using the USB
device such as a mouse or keyboard connected
to the projector.
Important:
• The following key assignment is applied to any keyboard connected to the projector.
F1
Esc
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2. Click the RDP icon “ ”.
• “Waiting to search Thin Client server ...” is
displayed. Then the logon window appears.
Disconnecting the projector from the computer
For the following operation, use the USB device such
as a mouse or keyboard connected to the projector.
Important:
• When the remote session is disconnected without
ending the session, the programs running on the
computer are kept active. So you will be able to
resume the program session disconnected the next
time you establish connection.
Important:
• In [TC Server], the name of the computer
where ThinClient.exe has been installed will be
displayed.
• If the subnet of the computer is different, the
computer name will not be displayed in [TC
Server].
• To close the logon window, click [CANCEL] or
press the ESC key on the keyboard.
• The computer name may not be displayed
just after startup of the computer. In that case,
click [CANCEL] or press the ESC key on the
keyboard to close the logon window, wait for a
while and then click the RDP icon again.
3. Enter the following in the textboxes and click [OK].
• [TC Server]: Enter the computer name (or IP
address).
• [User name]:Enter the user account name.
• [Password]: Enter the password.
When using Windows XP
To disconnect without ending the session:
5. Select [Start]-[Disconnect].
6. Click [Disconnect].
To disconnect with ending the session:
5. Select [Start]-[Log Off].
6. Click [Log Off].
When using Windows Vista
To disconnect without ending the session:
5. Select [Start]-[X].
Important:
• Double-byte characters cannot be used.
• “Waiting to connect ...” is displayed and the
connection process will start. It may take some
time to display the desktop screen depending
on the network congestion. Wait for a while until
the desktop screen appears.
• When connecting to a computer with different
subnet, enter the IP address in [TC Server].
• If the message saying “This computer is not
allow to remote desktop.” is displayed, the
Remote Desktop users setting may not have
been enabled yet. Make the setting again,
following the procedure of “Preparation for using
Remote Desktop” (page 38).
• If you enter a wrong User name or Password,
“The projector could not log on. Make sure your
User name and Password are correct.” will be
displayed.
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• Lock function of Remote Desktop cannot
be used with this projector. When [Lock] is
selected, the remote session is disconnected
without ending the session.
To disconnect with ending the session:
5. Click [Start], select the  button and click [Log Off].
When using Windows 7, Windows Server 2008
R2 or Windows MultiPoint Server
To disconnect without ending the session:
5. Click [Start], select the  button and click
[Disconnect].
• Lock function of Remote Desktop cannot
be used with this projector. When [Lock] is
selected, the remote session is disconnected
without ending the session.
To disconnect with ending the session:
5. Select [Start]-[Log Off].
Advanced display utilities (continued)
Client Access License (CAL)
Device CAL
With Device CAL, you purchase CALs according to the
number of devices accessing to the host, regardless
of the number of users who access the host via thin
client computer or projector. Therefore Device CAL
is recommended for the case that multiple operators
share a thin client computer or projector.
An application allowing multiple users to share
a single operation system requires the standard
Microsoft Windows server licenses. In addition to
Windows Server Client Access License, Remote
Desktop Services Client Access License (RDS CAL) is
necessary for each end user or each device to access
Windows server. When using Windows Multipoint
Server, Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 CAL is also
necessary. For details of Microsoft multiple user
licenses, see the Microsoft website.
1.When the host computer OS is Windows XP,
Windows Vista or Windows 7
For Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, only
a single projector can run the thin client function. While
using the desktop of host computer, you cannot use
the thin client function on the projector.
E.g., when six users operate four devices
In the example above, the following licenses are
necessary.
• Windows Server CAL (Device CAL) x 4
• Windows RDS CAL x 4
3. When the host computer OS is Windows
MultiPoint Server
The concept of Windows MultiPoint Server is basically
the same as that of Windows Server 2008 R2. It
requires Windows MultiPoint Server CAL instead of
Windows RDS CAL. Therefore, Windows Server CAL
and Windows MultiPoint Server CAL are necessary
for each user or device. When you use the desktop of
host computer as one of computer terminals, Windows
MultiPoint Server will also request a Windows Server
CAL and Windows MultiPoint Server CAL for the
desktop of host computer.
2.When the host computer OS is Windows Server
2008 R2
Windows Server requests Client Access License
(CAL). To access the host computer from a thin
client computer or projector, two types of CAL are
necessary: “Windows Server CAL” and “Windows
Remote Desktop Service (RDS) CAL”. “Windows
Server CAL” offers two types of license system.
(Example 1)
When two users operate four computers or projectors
as well as the desktop of host computer
• Windows Server CAL (User CAL) x 2
• Windows MultiPoint Server CAL x 2
User CAL
With User CAL, you purchase CALs according to the
number of users regardless of the number of thin
client computers or projectors. User CAL is, therefore,
recommended in the case that the number of system
administrators or operators who operate thin client
computers or projectors at multiple sites is smaller
than that of the thin client computers or projectors.
(Example 2)
When six users operate four computers or projectors
as well as the desktop of host computer
• Windows Server CAL (Device CAL) x 4
• Windows MultiPoint Server CAL x 4
E.g., when two users operate four devices
In the example above, the following licenses are
necessary.
• Windows Server CAL (User CAL) x 2
• Windows RDS CAL x 2
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
USB Display
Installation of driver
Supported OS’s are as follows:
• Windows XP
• Windows Vista
• Windows 7
• Windows Server 2008 R2
• Windows MultiPoint Server
• Mac OS X 10.5 or later
Installing USB Display driver
1. Via the Finder, open [USB_DISPLAY] and doubleclick [USB Display.pkg].
When using Mac OS X, install the driver after
connecting the projector and the computer using a
USB cable for the first time. Once you have installed
the driver, you don’t need to install it again.
You can project the computer images inputted via a
USB connection.
Important:
• You need to install the driver only when using MAC
OS X.
• Mac computers based on the PowerPC processors
are not supported.
• Only 1-to-1 screen projection is supported.
• Moving images cannot be displayed.
Connection
Connect the projector and the computer using a
commercially available USB cable.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the
driver.
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
When deleting USB Display driver (Uninstallation)
1. Via the Finder, open the [Applications] folder and
double-click the [USB Display] folder.
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
IN-2
USB 4-pin
(type B)
To USB-B
terminal
Computer
USB 4-pin
(type A)
USB cable
(option)
To USB port
2. Double-click [UninstallVendorSpecificType05].
Important:
• The USB-B terminal on this projector is compatible
with USB 2.0.
• Do not use a USB hub between the projector and
the computer.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to uninstall the
driver.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
LAN Display
Operation
You can project the computer images inputted via a
wired or wireless LAN.
Starting USB Display projection
1. Select a USB Display input by pressing the
USB DISP. button on the remote control or the
COMPUTER button on the projector.
• Each time you press the COMPUTER
button, the input source is switched between
Computer1, Computer2, HDMI, LAN Display,
USB Display and PC Less Presentation.
• When the USB Display input is selected, the
splash screen for USB Display appears on the
screen.
You can also perform the following during the LAN
Display projection:
• 4-to-1 split screen projection
Images from up to 4 computers can be projected
split on 1 projector screen.
• Remote desktop
Connecting an input device such as a mouse or
keyboard to the USB-A terminal on the projector
enables the following computer operations from the
projector.
• Showing local files of the computer
• Operating the application software
• Showing server files on the network
• Browsing of the internet
• SidePad
Computer images are transferred to the tablet
computer and you can operate the computer from
the tablet computer.
2. When the computer is connected to the projector,
the computer image is automatically displayed on
the screen.
To use the LAN Display function, you need to install
the software “LAN Display System” contained in the
attached CD-ROM.
Ending USB Display projection
Supported OS’s are as follows:
• Windows XP
• Windows Vista
• Windows 7
• Windows Server 2008 R2
• Windows MultiPoint Server
• Mac OS X 10.5 or later
When using Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 or
Windows MultiPoint Server
3. Unplug the USB cable from the projector.
• It is not necessary to “Safely Remove Hardware”
on the computer or to press the UNPLUG
button on the remote control.
Important:
• Mac computers based on the PowerPC processors
are not supported.
• Remote desktop cannot be performed during 4-to1 split screen projection.
When using Mac OS X
3. On the computer, open the Finder and click “ ” on the
right of [USB_DISPLAY] to unmount the projector.
4. Unplug the USB cable from the projector.
Important:
• When the image is projected, the computer
resolution will be changed according to the
projector model and will be automatically recovered
after unplugging the USB cable.
Installation of software
Installing LAN Display System
Before starting installation, be sure to read “ReadMe.
txt” contained in the CD-ROM.
When using Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 or
Windows MultiPoint Server
1. Copy “LAN Display System_v201.exe” contained
in the TOOLS folder of CD-ROM to the hard disk of
your computer.
2. Double-click “LAN Display System_v201.exe” on
the hard disk, and start up the installer of the LAN
Display System.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the
software.
• When the installation has been completed, LAN
Display System is automatically executed.
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Connection
When using Mac OS X
Connect the projector and the computer either by
using a commercially available LAN cable or USB
wireless LAN adapter.
1. Copy “LAN Display System_v201.dmg” contained
in the TOOLS folder of CD-ROM to the hard disk of
your computer.
2. Double-click “LAN Display System_v201.dmg” on
the hard disk.
• The volume is mounted.
3. Drag and drop “LAN Display System” and
“SidePadLite” into the [Applications] folder.
Computer
LAN cable
(option)
To LAN
terminal
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
Computer
IN-2
To USB-A
terminal
USB wireless
LAN adapter
(option)
When deleting LAN Display System (Uninstallation)
Important:
• When uninstalling LAN Display System, it should
be ended in advance. If the application continues
operating, uninstallation cannot be performed
normally.
Important:
• For wired LAN connection, use a category-5 LAN
cable. Both straight-through and crossover cables
can be used.
• The USB-A terminal on this projector is compatible
with USB 2.0.
• When using a USB hub, you are recommended to
use the one with external power supply.
• Some USB hubs cannot be used depending on the
specifications.
• Some USB wireless LAN adapters cannot be used
depending on the specifications.
• IP address, subnet mask, default gateway values
are the same for both wired LAN and wireless LAN.
• Data are not filtered between wired LAN and
wireless LAN interface.
When using Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 or
Windows MultiPoint Server
1. Select [Start]-[All Programs]-[LAN Display System][Uninstall].
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to uninstall the
software.
When using Mac OS X
1. Open the [Applications] folder.
2. Drag and drop “LAN Display System” and
“SidePadLite” to the trash.
Projection
Selecting a LAN Display input
1. Press the LAN DISP. button on the remote control
or the COMPUTER button on the projector.
• Each time you press the COMPUTER
button, the input source is switched between
Computer1, Computer2, HDMI, LAN Display,
USB Display and PC Less Presentation.
• When the LAN Display input is selected, the
splash screen for LAN Display appears on the
screen.
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• Split 1-4 buttons:
Click either of the buttons to project the image
on relevant split screen.
• Stop button:
Stops the projection.
• Freeze button:
Freezes the projected image.
• Menu button:
Displays the menu window. (See the next step
for details.)
• Exit button:
Exits the LAN Display System.
Starting the LAN Display System
2. Click the LAN Display System icon “ ” to execute
the program.
• The program starts to search for projectors
automatically.
• During searching for projectors, Searching icon
is displayed.
• When a projector is found, the computer logs in
to the projector automatically and the computer
image is projected. The main user interface
appears on the computer screen.
• When multiple projectors are found, the
following window appears on the computer
screen.
4. Click the Menu button on the main user interface to
display the menu window and select functions.
Menu window
• Search Server
Searches for the projectors on the network.
If this function is selected, the LAN Display
projection will quit automatically.
• Projection Source*
Chooses the computer screen to be projected,
main screen or virtual extended screen which is
activated by computer’s virtual display function.
Select a projector and click [OK]. The computer
logs in to the projector and the computer image
is projected.
Important:
• If the computer resolution is higher than 1280
x 800, a confirmation dialog for changing the
computer resolution is displayed. When [OK] is
selected, the computer resolution will be changed
according to the projected image. When [Cancel]
is selected, the computer resolution will not
be changed and the projected image size will
be smaller than the screen size. The computer
resolution will be automatically recovered after the
LAN Display System is ended.
Main screen
Operating the LAN Display System
3. Click the buttons on the main user interface to
operate the projection.
Play button
Split 1 button
Split 3 button
Important:
• Virtual display function is only supported by
Windows XP.
• To project a virtual extended screen, the
attached Virtual display driver must be
installed.
• Hide UI*
Hides or displays the main user interface on the
projected image.
• Launch SidePad (or Stop SidePad) - >
MirrorOp Receiver
Launches (or stops) SidePad.
• Advanced Screen Capture*
Enables or disables balloon tips and pop-up
windows.
Freeze button
Stop button
Virtual extended screen
Menu button
Exit button
Split 2 button
Split 4 button
• Play button:
Projects the image in full screen.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
Using remote desktop
• About
Displays the version information of the LAN
Display System.
• Exit
Exits the LAN Display System.
Connect an USB device such as a mouse or keyboard
to the USB-A terminal on the projector. While the
computer images are projected with the LAN Display,
the computer can be operated with the device.
Important:
• The items marked with “*” are not available for
Mac OS X.
• When “Advanced Screen Capture” is enabled,
the computer mouse cursor may blink.
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
Ending the LAN Display projection
5. Click the Exit button on the main user interface or
the menu window to exit the LAN Display System.
6. In case of the wireless LAN communication, unplug
the USB wireless LAN adapter from the projector.
Before unplugging, be sure to press the UNPLUG
button on the remote control and select [Yes] on
the screen by pressing the  or  button and then
ENTER button.
Important:
• Do not switch the input source to USB Display
or PC Less Presentation during the wireless LAN
communication. If switched, the communication
will be disconnected.
• During wireless LAN communication, the projector cannot communicate with the access point.
• Only infrastructure mode is available to wireless
LAN communication. Adhoc mode is not available.
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
MONITOR OUT
IN-2
To USB-A
terminal
Important:
• The USB-A terminal on this projector is compatible
with USB 2.0.
• Supported USB device is standard USB HID device
with power consumption less than 5V/500mA.
• When using a keyboard and mouse together, we
recommend a commercially available wireless
keyboard and wireless mouse intended for a
computer with wireless receiver.
• When using a USB hub, you are recommended to
use the one with external power supply.
• Some USB hubs cannot be used depending on the
specifications.
Installing the virtual display driver
To project a virtual extended screen, install the Virtual
display driver as follows.
1. Double-click “Virtual display driver.exe” contained
in “C:¥Program Files¥LAN Display System”, and
start up the installer of the Virtual display driver.
2. The Setup window is displayed. Click [Next]
and operate according to the instructions on the
window.
3. When the installation has been completed, restart
the computer.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
Using SidePad function 2. On the computer, click the Menu button on the
main user interface to display the menu window
and select [Launch SidePad -> MirrorOp Receiver].
• Computer images are transferred to the tablet
computer and you can operate the computer
from the tablet computer.
While computer images are projected with the LAN
Display, you can operate the computer from the tablet
computer.
To use the SidePad function, you need to install
the free software “MirrorOp Receiver” to the tablet
computer.
Important:
• If more than one tablet computer running MirrorOp
Receiver exist in the same network, the device
selection screen appears. Select the tablet
computer where to transfer the computer images.
Supported OS’s of MirrorOp Receiver are as follows:
• iOS 3.2 or later
• Android 2.1 or later
Installation of software
1. Download the MirrorOp Receiver from the Internet
to the tablet computer.
• Connect to Apple Store to download the
software for iOS.
• Connect to Google Play to download the
software for Android .
• The communication fee to connect to Apple
Store or Google Play will be borne by the
customer.
Ending SidePad 3. On the computer, click the Menu button on the
main user interface to display the menu window
and select [Stop SidePad -> MirrorOp Receiver].
• Pressing the Home button on the tablet
computer also turns off the SidePad.
Connection
Connect the projector, computer and tablet computer
to the same network using a commercially available
USB wireless LAN adapter, etc.
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
Tablet computer
IN-2
To USB-A
terminal
USB wireless
LAN adapter
(option)
Computer
Important:
• Do not use a USB hub for connection.
• Some USB wireless LAN adapters cannot be used
depending on the specifications.
Starting SidePad
1. On the tablet computer, tap the MirrorOp Receiver
icon “ ” to turn on MirrorOp Receiver.
• The MirrorOp Receiver startup screen is
displayed.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
PC Less Presentation
Installing PtG Converter-Lite
Before starting installation, be sure to read “ReadMe.
txt” contained in the CD-ROM. Copy “PtG ConverterLite_v200.exe” contained in the TOOLS folder of CDROM to the hard disk of your computer.
1. Double-click “PtG Converter-Lite_v200.exe”, and
start up the installer of the PtG Converter-Lite.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the
software.
You can project JPEG images and the PtG contents
stored in the USB device such as a USB flash drive
without using a computer.
Also, you can perform effective presentation of
them using the AutoRun function and the slideshow
function.
To create PtG contents, you need to install the
software “PtG Converter-Lite” contained in the
attached CD-ROM.
Important:
• Supported USB Flash drive format is FAT32.
• Only one logical partition in USB Flash drive is
supported.
• Supported USB device is standard USB mass
storage device with power consumption less than
5V/500mA.
• JPG file preview limitation:
• File size:
10 MB or less
• Pixel:
40 megapixel (24 bits) or less
• Dimension: 8192*6144 or less
• File Name: ASCII characters are supported.
• Thumbnail:
file thumbnail (obtained from EXIF) is supported.
• PtG file preview limitation:
•File Name: ASCII characters are supported.
•Thumbnail: file thumbnail is supported.
• PC Less Presentation does not support the
following image:
• Extended DCT-based process
• Lossless process
• Hierarchical process
• Progressive scan
• Input format of YUV4:1:1, gray level with 16x16
pixels MCU
• Decoded image width less than 64 pixels for
YUV4:2:0/4:2:2 and 32 pixels for YUV4:4:4
• Decoded height less than 32 pixels
• Source images of 12-bits per sample
When deleting PtG Converter-Lite (Uninstallation)
Important:
• When uninstalling PtG Converter-Lite, it should
be ended in advance. If the application continues
operating, uninstallation cannot be performed
normally.
1. Select [Start]-[All Programs]-[PtG Converter][Uninstall].
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to uninstall the
software.
• Logs and setting files are automatically deleted.
Conversion of a PPT file to PtG file using
the PtG Converter-Lite
1. Click the PtG Converter-Lite icon “ ” to execute
the program.
Menu bar
• Menu bar
Right-click to open the menu.
• Output Resolution:
Selects the resolution of the PtG file after the
conversion.
• Max Circle Animation:
Selects the max time of animation.
• About:
Displays the software version information.
• Exit:
Exits the PtG Converter-Lite.
• PPT conversion button:
Starts the conversion from the PPT file to the
PtG file.
2. Click the PPT conversion button.
• The file selection screen appears.
Installation of PtG Converter-Lite
About PtG Converter-Lite
PtG Converter-Lite is a software which converts PPT
files created by Microsoft Office PowerPoint into PtG
files that can be projected by PC Less Presentation.
Pause/page marks and animations contained in the
PPT files are also converted.
Features
• Converting up to 20 pages of PPT
• Converting into 800 x 600 / 1024 x 768 / 1280 x
800*16bpp PtG
System requirement
• CPU:
Intel® Pentium® M processor 1.5 GHz or above
• Memory:
256 MB or more (recommended)
• OS:
Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
• Microsoft Office:
Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office 2007 and
Microsoft Office 2010
PPT conversion button
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
3. Select the PPT file you want to convert, and click
[Open].
• The screen for specifying the file destination and name appears.
4. Set the file destination and the name.
• The converted file is stored in the same folder as
original file by default.
• The name of the converted file is the same as
original file’s by default.
5. Click [OK] to start conversion.
6. When the conversion has been completed, click
[OK].
Performing the PC Less Presentation
Selecting a PC Less Presentation input
1. Press the VIEWER button on the remote control or
the COMPUTER button on the projector.
• Each time you press the COMPUTER
button, the input source is switched between
Computer1, Computer2, HDMI, LAN Display,
USB Display and PC Less Presentation.
• When the PC Less Presentation input is selected,
the PC Less Presentation screen appears.
Setting up
2. Press the  or  button on the remote control to
select Setup and press the ENTER button.
• The Setup screen appears.
Important:
• All the animation effects available on a computer
display can be converted. However, the followings
are not supported.
• Animation effects with the timer setting or the
repeat setting
• Animation effects taking 60 seconds or more in
a single movement
• Pages having more than 3 second downtime setting
• VBA object embedded files
• OLE object embedded files
3. Press the  or  button to select a setting item
and press the  or  button to change the setting.
• AutoRun:
Enables or disables the AutoRun and slideshow
function.
Connection
Connect a USB device to the USB-A terminal on the
projector.
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
IN-2
To USB-A
terminal
USB device
(option)
Important:
• The USB-A terminal on this projector is compatible
with USB 2.0.
• Do not use a USB hub for the connection.
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AutoRun
Slideshow
OFF
Disables.
Disables.
PtG
Enables for PtG
files.
Enables for all
files.
Photo
Enables for JPEG Enables for all
files.
files.
• Interval:
Sets the interval for PtG pause mark or photo
slideshow to 5/10/30/60/300 seconds.
• Repeat:
Enables or disables the repeat execution of AutoRun
and slideshow function for photo files and PtG file.
• Sorting:
Sets the file sorting rule to File Name
(Ascending), File Name (Descending), Time (New
to Old) or Time (Old to New).
4. To return to the PC Less Presentation screen, press
the ENTER button.
Advanced display utilities (continued)
Displaying PtG file
5. Press the  or  button on the remote control to
select Presentation to Go and press the ENTER
button.
• The file selection screen appears.
Displaying with AutoRun function
5. Create an “AUTORUN” folder in the root directory
of the USB device using a computer or other.
6. Save a PtG file or JPEG files in the AUTORUN
folder.
Important:
• The AutoRun function supports single PtG file
only. The PtG file located on the top by sorting
is played if multiple PtG files exists in AUTORUN
folder.
7. Connect the USB device to the USB-A terminal.
• The files specified by the AutoRun setting (PtG
or Photo) are played back automatically.
8. Press the ENTER button to start or pause the
playback.
9. Press the  , or  button to change the file to be
played back.
•  button:to previous page/previous file
•  button:to next page/next file
•  button: to next pause/next file
10.Press the  button to quit the AutoRun display.
• The screen goes back to the file selection
screen.
6. Press the  or  button to select a file or folder
you want to display and press the ENTER button.
• If you select a folder, the underlying file names
are displayed. Then, select a file.
• An image on page 1 is displayed on the screen.
7. Change the page by pressing the  , or 
button.
•  button:to previous page
•  button:to next page
•  button: to next pause
8. Press the  button to quit the display.
• The screen goes back to the file selection
screen.
Displaying with slideshow function
5. Press the  or  button on the remote control
to select Presentation to Go or Photo Viewer and
press the ENTER button.
• The file selection screen appears.
6. Press the  or  button to select a file or folder
you want to display and press the ENTER button.
• If you select a folder, the underlying file names
are displayed. Then, select a file.
• When a PtG file is selected, the file is displayed
with the slideshow.
• When a JPEG file is selected, all the files in
the same folder as the JPEG file exists are
displayed with the slideshow.
7. Press the ENTER button to start or pause the
playback.
8. Press the  , or  button to change the file to be
played back.
•  button:to previous page/previous file
•  button:to next page/next file
•  button: to next pause/next file
9. Press the  button to quit the slideshow.
• The screen goes back to the file selection
screen.
Displaying JPEG file
5. Press the  or  button on the remote control to
select Photo Viewer and press the ENTER button.
• The file selection screen appears.
6. Press the  or  button to select a file or folder
you want to display and press the ENTER button.
• If you select a folder, the underlying file names
are displayed. Then, select a file.
• The image of the selected file is displayed on
the screen.
7. Change the file by pressing the  , or  button.
•  button:to previous file
•  button:to next file
•  button: to next file
8. Press the  button to quit the display.
• The screen goes back to the file selection
screen.
Ending the PC Less Presentation
Unplug the USB device from the projector. Before
unplugging, be sure to press the UNPLUG button on
the remote control and select [Yes] on the screen by
pressing the  or  button and then ENTER button.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
WiFi-Doc
2. Turn on Wi-Fi.
• Access points will be listed on the screen.
3. Tap the projector’s SSID.
Via a wireless LAN, you can transfer the images of the
Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel, PDF or TXT format
stored in the tablet computer to the projector and
project them controlling with the tablet computer.
To use WiFi-Doc, you need to install the free software
“WiFi-Doc (Bundle Version)” to the tablet computer.
Supported OS’s of WiFi-Doc (Bundle Version) are as
follows:
• iOS 4.2 or later
• Android 2.1 or later
Installation of software
1. Download the WiFi-Doc (Bundle Version) from the
Internet to the tablet computer.
• Connect to Apple Store to download the
software for iOS.
• Connect to Google Play to download the
software for Android .
• The communication fee to connect to Apple
Store or Google Play will be borne by the
customer.
Projection
Selecting a LAN Display input
1. Press the LAN DISP. button on the remote control
or the COMPUTER button on the projector.
• Each time you press the COMPUTER
button, the input source is switched between
Computer1, Computer2, HDMI, LAN Display,
USB Display and PC Less Presentation.
• When the LAN Display input is selected, the
splash screen for LAN Display appears on the
screen.
Connection
Connect the projector and the tablet computer using a
commercially available USB wireless LAN adapter.
AUDIO
IN-1
AUDIO IN-3L S-VIDEO
SERIAL
COMPUTER / COMPONENT VIDEO
USB-B
USB-A
LAN
IN-1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO
IN-2
AUDIO IN-3R
VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
Tablet computer
IN-2
To USB-A
terminal
USB wireless
LAN adapter
(option)
Important:
• Do not use a USB hub for connection.
• Some USB wireless LAN adapters cannot be used
depending on the specifications.
Starting WiFi-Doc
When using iOS
2. On the tablet computer, tap the WiFi-Doc icon “ ”
to turn on WiFi-Doc.
• The program starts to search for projectors.
When projectors are found, their SSID’s are
displayed.
3. Select a projector for projection by tapping its
SSID.
Wireless network setting on the tablet
computer
1. Turn on the tablet computer and tap the [Settings]
icon.
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Advanced display utilities (continued)
4. Select a file to be projected by tapping its name.
• The image of the selected file is displayed.
4. Select a file to be projected by tapping its name.
• The image of the selected file is displayed.
5. Operate the image by touching the tablet screen.
5. Operate the image by touching the tablet screen.
• Flick the screen to move to the previous or next
page.
• Pinch the screen for zooming in or out.
• Tap the screen to display the status bar and the
thumbnails of the pages. (See below.)
Status
bar
• Flick the screen to move to the previous or next
page.
• Pinch the screen for zooming in or out.
• Tap the screen to display the status bar and the
thumbnails of the pages. (See below.)
Thumbnails
Status
bar
• Tap [Back] to return to the file selection screen.
• Tap [Play] or [Stop] to start or stop the
projection.
• Tap a thumbnail to select the page to be
projected.
Important:
• Starting projection from another tablet computer
stops the projection from the current tablet
computer and the “” mark will appear in the
middle of the screen. Tapping the “” mark will
start projection from the tablet computer again.
Thumbnails
• Tap [../Documents] to return to the file selection
screen.
• Tap [Play] or [Stop] to start or stop the
projection.
• Tap a thumbnail to select the page to be
projected.
When using Android
2. On the tablet computer, tap the WiFi-Doc icon “ ”
to turn on WiFi-Doc.
• The program starts to search for projectors.
When projectors are found, their SSID’s are
displayed.
3. Select a projector for projection by tapping its
SSID.
Ending WiFi-Doc
6. Turn off WiFi-Doc on the tablet computer.
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Advanced features
Freeze
Displaying a user-defined image
during startup or muting
To stop the motion in the image temporarily (or to
display a still image):
Press the FREEZE button on the remote control.
• The image freezes temporarily.
You can display your desired image as the startup
screen (or splash screen). Using the menu, you can
also use it as the background that is displayed while
the video is muted or no signal is inputted.
To resume the motion in the image:
Press the FREEZE button on the remote control again.
Important:
• You can capture the computer images from the
Computer1, Computer2, HDMI, LAN Display, USB
Display, and PC Less Presentation input sources.
Important:
• Do not keep displaying a still picture for an
extended period of time, as the afterimages may
linger on the screen.
Procedure
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Select the input source Computer1, Computer2, or
HDMI.
2. Display your desired image.
3. Display the Option menu.
4. Select Image Capture by pressing the  or 
button.
Image Capture
Magnify
By pressing the MAGNIFY button on the remote
control, you can magnify the image to view the details.
• The MAGNIFY mode doesn’t function with some
input signals. For details, see page 68.
• The MAGNIFY mode doesn’t work with video or
S-video signal.
• The MAGNIFY mode doesn’t work when the
keystone adjustment takes effect.
OK
5. Press the ENTER button.
• When the capture starts, the captured image will
be displayed.
• When you press ENTER button once, any button
doesn’t function until the capture completes.
• When image resolution is lower than XGA (1024
x 768), the image is captured by adjusting its
resolution to XGA.
• When image resolution is higher than XGA (1024
x 768), the image area of XGA is only captured.
Magnified image
To use the MAGNIFY mode:
1. Press the MAGNIFY button.
• You can select the area to be magnified by
pressing the , ,  or  button on the
remote control.
• You can change the magnification of the
selected area by pressing the VOLUME  or 
button.
2. Press the MAGNIFY button again to exit the
MAGNIFY mode.
• The regular operation screen will appear.
Important:
• The captured images will be deleted at the same
time as pressing the ENTER button. If you pressed
ENTER button wrongly, try to capture the same
images again.
• The captured image is displayed from the next
startup when Splash Screen in the Option menu is
set to User. If the captured image isn’t displayed,
check to see if Splash Screen in the Option menu is
set to Off. (See page 27.)
• To display the captured image while the video is
muted, set AV Mute Mode in the Option menu to
Image User. (See page 27.)
• When Back Color in the Option menu is set to
Image User, the captured image is displayed while
no signal is inputted.
• Some images can’t be captured correctly because
of their signal type.
Important:
• In the MAGNIFY mode, you can’t adjust the
volume.
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Advanced features (continued)
Password lock
To enable or disable password lock:
This projector provides the password lock function
that is intended to prevent wrong operations by
children and set controlled access for specified users.
If the password lock is enabled, when the projector is
turned on, the startup screen (or splash screen) will
appear and stay on the screen until the password is
entered. When the password is entered, the startup
screen will switch to the regular operation screen.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Option menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Password.
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The Password menu appears.
4. Press the  or  button to select Password.
Password
To set a password:
5. Press the  or  button to select On or Off.
6. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
(See page 21 for menu setting.)
1. Display the Option menu.
2. Press the  or  button to select Password.
Important:
• To disable the password lock when the screen
for entering the password is displayed, press the
MENU and ENTER buttons on the projector at the
same time.
OK
Password
3. Press the ENTER button.
• The Password menu appears.
Password
Off
Password
[ ���� ]
Change Password
Adjust
Confirm
Select
4. Press the  or  button to select Change
Password.
5. Press the ENTER button.
• The screen for entering a new password
appears.
Password
Off
Password
New Password
Adjust
[
Off
]
Confirm
Select
• When the password has already been set, the
screen for entering the old password appears
instead. In such a case, enter the old password
using the same operation as in next step and
press the ENTER button. Then the screen for
entering a new password appears.
6. Enter a 4 digit password using the , ,  and 
buttons.
(=1, =2, =3, =4)
• To cancel the procedure, press the MENU
button.
7. Press the ENTER button.
8. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
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Advanced features (continued)
Supervising and controlling by computer
About PJLink™
• To use PJLink™ function, the PJLink™
application software is required.
• To use this function, set the network certification
properly according to the setting of the network
application to be used. (See page 33.)
• For the specifications of PJLink™, access to
the Web site of Japan Business Machine and
Information System Industries Association
(JBMIA). (http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english)
• This projector is fully compliant to the
specifications of JBMIA PJLink™ Class 1. It
supports all the commands defined by PJLink™
Class 1, and the compliance has been verified
with the PJLink™ standard specifications
Version 1.0.
You can supervise and control the projector’s
operation using a personal computer via a LAN
network.
Major functions
ProjectorView Global+
Batch projector controlling / supervising application
software
• Batch operation of stand-alone projector / multiple
projectors
• Scheduling function to turn ON/OFF for each day of
the week
• Checking each condition of the projector and
detecting a theft
• Setting of the projector’s IP Config
• Activating Visual PA2 to display the specified
characters on the projector’s screen
• Projector’s Text Speech function to read aloud
messages displayed on the Visual PA2 window
AMX Device Discovery
The projector is monitored and controlled by the
controller system of AMX.
Crestron RoomView Connected™
The projector is monitored and controlled by the controller
system and software of Crestron Electronics, Inc.
PJLink™
This projector supports standard protocol PJLink™
for projector control and you can control and monitor
projector’s operations using the same application
among projectors of different models and different
manufacturers.
Important:
• For the commands for PJLink™, see the table on
the next page.
• The control may not be performed correctly or the
monitoring data may not be obtained correctly in
the following conditions:
· During standby
· During input source switching
· During auto position execution
· During AV mute
· During command processing
· Before the splash screen disappears after the
power is turned on.
• During AV mute, etc., it may take approx. 5
seconds to receive a response to a command.
• Use 1 controller to control/monitor 1 projector.
• For how to control/monitor using PJLink™, see the
operation manual of the PJLink™ application you
use.
• When you monitor the projector’s operating state
using this function by issuing inquiry commands
successively, issue an inquiry command after
receiving the response to the previous inquiry
command from the projector.
About ProjectorView Global+
• For details, see “LAN control UTILITY operation
manual” in the CD-ROM.
About AMX Device Discovery
• This is a technology suggested by AMX to
facilitate configuration of the control system of
AMX and its target devices.
For details, see the website of AMX.
URL http://www.amx.com/
About Crestron RoomView Connected™
• This is a technology suggested by Crestron
Electronics, Inc. to facilitate configuration of the
control system of Crestron and its target devices.
For details, see the website of Crestron
Electronics, Inc.
URL http://www.crestron.com
URL http://www.crestron.com/getroomview/
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Advanced features (continued)
Connection
For details of the connection, see “LAN control UTILITY operation manual” in the CD-ROM.
When Standby Mode of the Installation menu of the projector is set to Low, the LAN network is disabled. To
enable the LAN network, set Standby Mode to LAN. (See page 26.)
Configure the initial network settings first.
You can configure the initial settings using the projector menu (see pages 33 to 37) or ProjectorView Global+. For
details of ProjectorView Global+, see “LAN control UTILITY operation manual” in the CD-ROM.
Using the User Manual
The User Manual for LAN Control Utility is prepared in the Portable Document Format (PDF) in the CD-ROM.
Opening the User Manual:
1. Load the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
2. Open CD-ROM “PROJECTOR.”
3. Double-click on “MANUAL_LAN.HTML” within the CD-ROM. A language selection list for the User Manual will be
displayed.
4. Move the mouse pointer to the desired language and click.
PJLink™ supported commands
The table below shows commands to control the projector using the PJLink™ protocol.
Command
POWR
Description
Power control
POWR ?
Inquiry about the power state
INPT
INPT ?
Input switching
Inquiry about input switching
AVMT
AVMT ?
ERST ?
Mute control
Inquiry about the mute state
Inquiry about the error state
LAMP ?
Inquiry about the lamp state
INST ?
Inquiry about the available inputs
NAME ?
Inquiry about the projector name
INF1 ?
INF2 ?
INF0 ?
CLSS ?
Inquiry about the manufacturer name
Inquiry about the model name
Inquiry about other information
Inquiry about the class information
Remark (Parameter)
0 = Standby
1 = Power on
0 = Standby
1 = Power on
2 = Cooling down
3 = Warming up
11 = Computer1
12 = Computer2
21 = Video
22 = S-Video
31 = HDMI
41 = PC Less Presentation 42 = USB Display
51 = LAN Display
30 = Video and audio mute disable
31 = Video and audio mute enable
1st byte: Fan error, 0 or 2
2nd byte: Lamp error, 0 to 2
3rd byte: Temperature error, 0 or 2
4th byte: Cover open error, 0 or 2
5th byte: Always 0
6th byte: Other error, 0 or 2
0 to 2 mean as follows:
0 = No error detected, 1 = Warning, 2 = Error
1st value (1 to 5 digits): Cumulative lamp operating time (This item shows
a lamp operating time (hour) calculated based on
that Lamp Mode is Low.)
2nd value: 0 = Lamp off, 1 = Lamp on
The following value is returned.
“11 12 21 22 31 41 42 51”
The projector name set on the Network Config menu or the Crestron
RoomView Setup window is returned.
“MITSUBISHI” is returned.
“WD390” is returned.
No other information is available. No parameter is returned.
“1” is returned.
• This projector is fully compliant to the specifications of JBMIA PJLink™ Class 1. It supports all the commands defined by
PJLink™ Class 1, and the compliance has been verified with the PJLink™ standard specifications Version 1.0.
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Lamp replacement
This projector is equipped with a lamp to project
images. This lamp is a consumable. It may burn out
or its brightness may decrease during use. In such
cases, replace the lamp with a new one as soon as
possible. Be sure to replace the lamp with a new lamp
separately sold that is exclusive to this projector.
Contact your dealer for purchase of the lamp.
3. Loosen the two screws (d) of the lamp unit, and
then pull out the lamp unit (f) by the handle (e).
(e)
(d)
Spare lamp for WD390U-EST: VLT-XD560LP
Caution:
• Do not remove the lamp immediately after using the
projector. You may get burned because the lamp is
very hot after use.
• Before replacing the lamp, press the POWER
button to turn off the lamp and wait for two minutes
for lamp to cool down. Unplug the power cord from
wall outlet and wait one hour for the lamp to cool
down completely.
• Do not remove the lamp except for replacement.
Careless handling can cause injury or fire.
• Do not touch the lamp with bare hands or give
a shock to the lamp. Attach the lamp properly.
Improper handling may cause explosion.
• Be sure not to drop the lamp lid screw into the
projector. Also be sure not to put metal or any
flammable objects inside because it may cause fire
or electric shock. If any objects should fall inside,
unplug and contact your dealer.
• Install the lamp securely to prevent failure and fire.
• If the lamp should break, small glass fragments
may fall out through the vents and some may
remain inside of the projector or the lamp box.
When taking the lamp box out, be sure to turn over
the projector and hold the handle of the lamp box
to avoid injury due to the glass fragments.
• If the lamp should break, never shake the lamp box
or hold it in front of your face after removing it. The
glass fragments may fall out and cause injury to
your eyes.
• When removing the lamp from the ceiling-mounted
projector, use the lamp replacement attachment
packed with the projector or option lamp to prevent
glass fragments from scattering.
• Be sure to use the lamp dedicated to this projector,
VLT-XD560LP for WD390U-EST. Use of other lamps
may cause a failure of the projector.
(f)
Caution:
• When replacing the lamp, do not loosen the
screws other than two screws (d). It may cause
the failure of projector.
• Pull the lamp unit out of the projector slowly.
If it is pulled out quickly, the lamp may break,
scattering glass fragments.
• Do not spill liquid on the removed lamp unit or
do not place it near any flammable object or
where children can reach to prevent injuries or
fire.
4. Insert the new lamp unit, and secure it with two
screws firmly.
5. Secure the lamp cover with screw (b) back again,
and mount the cover (a).
Caution:
• Make sure that the lamp cover is secured firmly.
Otherwise, the POWER indicator flashes red and
green, disallowing the projector to be powered
on.
B) When the projector is mounted to the
ceiling
When removing the lamp unit from the projector
mounted to the ceiling, never fail to use the lamp
replacement attachment to protect yourself from glass
fragments and so on.
• Contact your dealer when replacing the lamp unit
with the projector mounted to the ceiling.
1. Remove the lamp cover referring to the procedure
1 and 2 of “A) When the projector is placed on the
table”.
A) When the projector is placed on the
table
Make sure that the projector is securely held in place.
1. Remove the cover (a) of the screw fixing the lamp
cover with a fingernail. If it is difficult to remove
it with a fingernail, use a finetipped tool such as
flathead screwdriver.
Caution:
• When opening the lamp cover to replace the
lamp of the ceiling-mounted projector, pay
careful attention because glass fragments may
exist inside the lamp cover.
2. Loosen the two screws (d) of the lamp unit.
(a)
(d)
2. Remove the screw (b) and slide the lamp cover (c)
for removal.
(c)
Caution:
• When replacing the lamp, do not loosen the
screws other than two screws (d). It may cause
the failure of projector.
(b)
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Lamp replacement (continued)
Reset of the lamp operation time
3. Fold the three taping portions (g) of the lamp
replacement attachment along the folding line as
shown in the figure.
Plug in the power cord, and reset the lamp operation
time by keep pressing the , , and POWER buttons
on the control panel at the same time.
(g)
Important:
• Unless these three buttons are pressed at the same
time, the lamp operation time isn’t reset.
• Make sure that the STATUS indicator is lit twice and
the lamp operation time is reset successfully.
• The projector doesn’t turn on if the lamp cover isn’t
attached securely.
• Be sure to reset the lamp operation time whenever
you replace the lamp.
• Do not reset the lamp operation time unless you
replace the lamp.
4. Fit the lamp replacement attachment to the edge
of the lamp cover attachment part on the projector
(h) and fix the three taping portions (g) with the tape
included in the lamp replacement attachment.
Caution:
• The lamp is fragile. If it is broken, be careful not to
cut yourself with glass fragments.
• Contact your dealer for a new lamp.
(g)
Interval of lamp replacement
The recommended interval of lamp replacement is
about 6000 hours*1*2 of consecutive use. Such interval
differs depending on the operating environment and
may be shorter than 6000 hours*1*2.
Decrease in luminescence and/or color brightness
indicates that the lamp needs to be replaced. When
the lamp operation time exceeds 4500 hours*1, the
indicator will blink alternately between green and
red (while the lamp is lit; when the lamp is not lit, the
indicator will be lit red only) and the lamp replacement
message will appear on the screen for one minute
everytime the lamp is turned on. When the lamp has
been used for about 5700 hours*1, the replacement
message (Lamp Replacement) will appear on the
screen for one minute every 30 hours*1 thereafter.
When the lamp operation time exceeds 6000
hours*1*2, the projector automatically shuts off and
can’t be used until the lamp is replaced and the
lamp operation time is reset.
(h)
5. Pull out the lamp unit (f) in the bag by the handle (e).
(f)
*1: Duration when Lamp Mode of the Installation menu is set
to Low. When it is set to Standard, this duration will be
shorted.
*2: When Lamp Mode is set to Standard, this duration will be
shorted to 3000 hours.
Important:
• Do not open the lamp cover when the projector is
set at a ceiling or a high place. Lamp fragments
may fall from the inside if the lamp were broken.
Please contact your dealer when you need to
replace the lamp with a new one.
(e)
6. Remove the tape fixing the lamp replacement
attachment, and remove the lamp replacement
attachment with the lamp unit remaining in the bag.
Caution:
• This projector uses a lamp that
contains mercury. Disposal of the lamp
or the projector with the lamp may
be regulated due to environmental
considerations. For disposal or
recycling information, please contact
your local authorities or the Electronic
Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org. (For
the U.S. only.)
Caution:
• Pull the lamp unit out of the projector slowly.
If it is pulled out quickly, the lamp may break,
scattering glass fragments.
• Do not spill liquid on the removed lamp unit or
do not place it near any flammable object or
where children can reach to prevent injuries or
fire.
7. Insert the new lamp unit, and secure it with two
screws firmly.
8. Secure the lamp cover with screw (b) back again,
and mount the cover (a).
Caution:
• Make sure that the lamp cover is secured firmly.
Otherwise, the POWER indicator flashes red and
green, disallowing the projector to be powered on.
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Troubleshooting
Before asking for repair of the projector, check the following. If the symptom persists, stop using the projector, be
sure to unplug the power plug, and then contact your dealer.
No image appears on the screen.
Problem
Solution
Power can not be
turned on.
• Check whether the indicators are on or off and how they are lightning.
POWER
Off
STATUS
Off
Off
Solution
• Connect the power cord to the projector.
• Plug the power cord into a wall outlet.
• If any objects are blocking the intake or exhaust vents, remove them and
carry out the following.
1. Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
2. Make sure that the projector has cooled off.
3. Plug the power cord into the wall outlet.
4. Press the POWER button.
• If any objects are blocking the intake or exhaust vents, remove them.
• Don’t expose the exhaust vents to hot air emitted from a heating appliance.
Blinking orange
Steady red
• After the STATUS indicator stops blinking, press the POWER button.
Blinking green
• If you unplug the power cord while the fan is rotating, the lamp may not turn on
about 1 minute when you plug the power cord next time.
• The lamp can’t turn on again for 1 minute after it goes out.
• Press the POWER button several times.
• Replace the lamp. (The lamp is at the end of its life.)
Steady red
Off
• Attach the lamp cover on the top.
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet and contact your dealer.
Blinking
red/green
Steady
or
Blinking
No image appears on
the screen.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power turns off.
Cancel the AV mute by pressing the AV MUTE button.
Check that the lens cap is removed.
It may take about 1 minute for the lamp to light up.
The lamp fails to light up on rare occasions. In such a case, wait for a few minutes
and then try again.
If the projector was turned off before the lamp was cooled down sufficiently last time,
the fan may start rotating and the POWER button may not work after the power cord
is plugged. Press the POWER button to turn back on the POWER indicator.
Check that the intake vent is clean.
Check that the lamp cover is closed. (See page 58 or 59.)
Check that the cables connected to the external devices are not broken.
When an extension cable is being used, replace it with the supplied cable for check.
When images are displayed correctly, add an RGB signal amplifier to the extension
cable.
• This problem may occur when the intake vent and/or exhaust vents are blocked. (In
such a case, the STATUS indicator brinks orange.)
 Remove the objects blocking the intake vent and/or exhaust vents and then carry
out the following procedure.
1. Wait for the intake fan and/or exhaust fan to stop. (Wait until the STATUS indicator
goes out.)
2. Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
3. Wait about 10 minutes.
4. Plug the power cord into the wall outlet.
5. Press the POWER button.
• When the STATUS indicator is steady red, it is indicating that the lamp should be
replaced. Replace the lamp in this case.
• Check that Auto Power Off has been set to Off.
• If the lamp has deteriorated, it may go out after a while it illuminates.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
No image appears on the screen. (continued)
Problem
Solution
The screen for
entering the password
appears.
• Password in the Password menu has been set to On to enable the password lock.
 Enter the password or contact the person in charge of management of the
projector. (See page 55.)
“No signal” is
displayed.
• Turn on the power of the connected device, or check whether there is something
wrong with the connected device.
• Check whether the external device output signals. (Check this especially when the
external device is a notebook computer.)
• Check that the cable connected to the external device isn’t defective.
• Check that the projector is connected to the external device using the correct
terminals.
• Check that the connected device is correctly selected as the input source.
• When an extension cord is being used, replace it with the supplied cable and check
whether images are projected correctly. If images are projected correctly, use an RGB
signal amplifier along with the extension cord.
Images are not displayed correctly.
Problem
Solution
Projected images are
shaking.
Projected images are
displaced.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Projected images are
distorted.
Projected images are
dark.
Projected images are
blurred.
•
Afterimages persist on
the screen.
•
White dots are seen
on projected images.
Black dots are seen
on projected images.
Fine streaks are seen
on projected images.
•
Projected images
become wavy.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check that the cable connected to the external device isn’t intermittent.
Connect the cable’s plug with the external device’s connector firmly.
Press the AUTO POSITION button.
Some computers output out-of-spec signals on rare occasion. Adjust the Signal
menu. (See page 24.)
When the input signal is a WXGA video signal, confirm the setting selected in WXGA
in the Option menu.
When the input signal is other than a WXGA video signal, select Off in WXGA in the
Option menu.
Adjust the projector and the screen so that they are perpendicular to each other. (See
page 9.)
Adjust Brightness and Contrast in the Picture menu. (See page 30.)
Replace the lamp. (See page 58.)
Adjust the focus. (See page 16.)
Clean the lens.
Press the  or  button on the remote control to eliminate flicker.
Adjust Tracking and Fine sync in the Signal menu. (See page 24.)
Adjust Brightness and Contrast in the Picture menu. (See page 30.)
Adjust the projector and the screen so that they are perpendicular to each other. (See
page 9.)
This phenomenon is improved by keeping projecting an evenly bright image. (Such
“image burn-in” phenomenon where afterimages persist on the screen may occur if a
stationary image is kept displayed on the screen for a long time.)
This phenomenon is normal for a DLP™ projector and is not a malfunction. (A very
small number of pixels may visibly or invisibly be persistent all the time, but they are
not a sign of system malfunctions. Over 99.99% of the pixels are effective.)
• This is due to interference with the screen surface and is not a malfunction. Replace
the screen or displace the focus a little.
• Vertical or horizontal streak noise may appear on the projected image, depending on
the type of the DVD player, game console or computer you use. In such a case, you
can reduce such streak noise by enabling the LPF.
• Connect the plugs of the cables to external devices securely.
• Keep the projector away from equipment generating interfering radio waves.
• When the keystone adjustment is carried out, the image may not be displayed
correctly because of the type of input signal. This isn’t a product malfunction. In this
case, readjust the keystone so that the amount of keystone correction is as small as
possible.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Images are not displayed correctly. (continued)
Problem
Solution
Hue is not appropriate.
Tint in projected
images is incorrect.
Different color tint.
•
•
•
•
Only the motion areas
in the images supplied
from the computer
aren’t displayed.
Projected images are
obscured.
Noise appears around
the image.
Projected images are
flickering.
Projector images are
twitching.
Check that the cables connected to the external devices are not broken.
Check that Computer Input in the Signal menu is correctly set. (See page 24.)
Check that the cable connected to the external device isn’t broken.
When comparing images projected by two projectors, tints in the displayed images may be
different because of variation between their optical components. This is not a malfunction.
• When comparing the image projected by this projector with those displayed on the
television or PC monitor, tints in the displayed images may be different because of
difference in the range of color reproducibility. This is not a malfunction.
• This is caused by the computer being used. Contact the manufacturer of your
computer.
• Match the output resolution of your computer with the resolution of the projector.
For the method to change the output resolution of the computer, contact the
manufacturer of your computer. (See page 68.)
• Some images and texts appear obscured during the keystone adjustment. In such
cases, use the projector without applying the keystone adjustment. (See page 15.)
• In some images such as DVD, noise may appear around the recorded image. In this
case, decrease the setting value of Overscan of the Signal menu. (See page 24.)
• After the POWER button or ON button on the remote has been pressed, or the Lamp
Mode setting has changed, images may be flickering until the lamp lights stably. This
is an expected behavior.
• When selecting the input signal, Auto Position, and Image, the projected image may
be flickering temporarily. This is not a product malfunction.
• Projector may be vibrating. Set Auto Keystone to Off or lower the VOLUME  button
of the Remote control.
Others
Problem
Solution
The exhaust vents
emit warm air.
No audio is output.
• This air comes out after cooling the inside of the projector. You may feel hot, but this
is not a malfunction.
• Check that the volume isn’t set to low.
• Check the Audio Input setting.
• When the external device is connected with an HDMI cable, set the audio output of
the device to PCM output.
• The microcomputers inside the projector may be wrongly operating because of noise.
 Press the POWER button to turn off the lamp and unplug the power cord from the
wall outlet. Wait about 10 minutes, plug the power cord in, and try again.
• This indication appears when the ambient temperature rises high. When the ambient
temperature stays high, the lamp goes out.
 Eliminate any causes of the rise in the ambient temperature.
• This indication appears when the intake or exhaust vents are blocked. When they are
kept blocked, the lamp goes out.
 Remove the objects blocking the intake or exhaust vents.
• This mark appears when ineffective operation is carried out. This isn’t a product malfunction.
• Check that the batteries are loaded in the remote control or the batteries are not
weak. (See page 8.)
• Check that the remote control sensor isn’t exposed to direct sunlight or fluorescent
light. (See page 8.)
• Use the remote control within its operation range. (See page 8.)
• Use the remote control at least 10 cm away from the projector.
The menu can’t be
used.
“Temperature!!” is
displayed.
The mark appears.
The remote control
doesn’t function easily
or at all.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Others (continued)
Problem
Solution
The fans sound during
standby.
• When Standby Mode in the Installation menu is set to LAN, Speaker Out, or Monitor
Out, the fans rotate at very low speed during standby after plugging the power cord
(with 5 second high speed rotation at the beginning) and after turning off the lamp.
This is to cool down the projector operating various functions during standby and is
not a malfunction.
• Because the color wheel spins at a high speed, metallic sounds may be heard in rare
occasions. Such symptom is not a malfunction.
• Is 3D in the Picture menu set to On?
 Set 3D to On.
• View 3D images from the front of the screen. At an angle to the screen, you may not
be able to view proper 3D images.
• Is there any obstacle between the 3D glasses and the screen? Or, is there any sticker
or label over the sensor of the 3D glasses?
 The 3D glasses work by receiving signals of the images being viewed. Check that
there is no obstacle between the 3D glasses and the screen.
• Are you viewing images from a very close distance?
 Viewing images from a very close distance may not obtain the 3D effect. View
images from a proper distance.
• The 3D glasses may become out of sync due to fluorescent light. Turn off the
fluorescent light.
• Are the 3D glasses turned off?
 Turn on the 3D glasses.
• Is the 3D format of the displayed image supported by the projector?
 The projector supports only 3D images of the page flipping format/field sequential
format (that displays the left eye images and the right eye images sequentially).
Use 3D images of these formats.
• The signals listed in the table on page 68 can be displayed in 3D format. You cannot
view other signals in 3D format even when you set 3D in the Picture menu to On.
• You may not obtain the 3D effect depending on the capabilities of your computer
(including the graphic board, memory, and CPU).
• You cannot view 3D images when the LAN Display, USB Display, or PC Less
Presentation input source is selected.
• Depending on the 3D image status, you may feel something wrong with the 3D
images.
 Switch the 3D Sync. Invert setting of the projector to check whether or not such
feeling is eliminated.
• The 3D glasses may become out of sync due to fluorescent light. Turn off the
fluorescent light.
• View 3D images from the front of the screen. At an angle to the screen, you may not
be able to view proper 3D images.
Abnormal sound is
heard.
Images are not 3D.
*Use commercially
available 3D glasses
supporting the DLP™
Link™ system.
No 3D glasses are
supplied with the
projector.
There is something
wrong with the 3D
images.
*Use commercially
available 3D glasses
supporting the DLP™
Link™ system.
No 3D glasses are
supplied with the
projector.
The 3D glasses don’t
turn on.
*Use commercially
available 3D glasses
supporting the DLP™
Link™ system.
No 3D glasses are
supplied with the
projector.
• Are the batteries of the 3D glasses still working?
If the 3D glasses don’t activate even when you turn on the power switch, replace
or charge the batteries of the 3D glasses. For details, see the user manual of the
3D glasses.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
If the following problem occurs after the lamp is replaced, check the following first.
Problem
Solution
The projector does not
turn on.
• Fit the lamp cover securely. (See page 58 or 59.)
• Reset the lamp operating time. (See page 59.)
The STATUS indicator
blinks.
• Reset the lamp operating time. (See page 59.)
Maintenance
Warning:
• Do not use flammable solvents (benzene, thinner, etc.) and flammable aerosols when cleaning the projector body
and lens. Flammable substances may ignite causing fire or breakdown while the lamp is illuminating.
Caution:
• Be sure to turn off the lamp and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you perform any maintenance
on the projector.
• Ask your dealer for annual cleaning of the inside of the projector. If you continue to use the projector with dust
inside, it may result in fire or malfunction.
Cleaning of the projector and the vents
Use a soft cloth to clean the projector and the vents. When the vents become dirty, wipe them with a soft cloth
dampened with diluted mild detergent, and then wipe them with a dry cloth.
To protect the surface of the projector from fading or deteriorating:
• Do not spray insecticide on or inside the projector.
• Do not use benzin or thinner to clean it.
• Do not let rubber or plastic materials contact with projector.
Cleaning of the lens
Remove dust or dirt using the commercially available lens care products (such as cleaning paper or cloth for lens
and blower brush).
• Since the lens surface is sensitive, do not scrub it with a solid object or tap on it.
• Do not wipe the lens with lens cleaner or solvent containing alcohol. Doing so may cause wipe marks or peel off
the lens coating and the focus performance may be affected.
• Make sure to clean the lens after the lamp is turned off and the lens is cooled sufficiently.
Kensington Lock
This projector has a Kensington Security Standard connector for use with Kensington MicroSaver Security System.
Refer to the information that came with the Kensington System for instructions on how to use it to secure the
projector. Please contact Kensington Technology Group below.
Kensington Technology Group
2855 Campus Drive
San Mateo, CA 94403, U.S.A.
Phone: +1- (650)572-2700
Fax: +1- (650)572-9675
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Indicators
This projector has two indicators, each of which shows the operation condition of the projector.
The following offer solutions to possible problems. If these problem persist, turn the projector off and consult your
dealer.
STATUS indicator
POWER indicator
Normal condition
POWER
STATUS
Off
Steady red
CONDITION
Stand-by
Lamp stand-by for power-off
The power cannot be turned on by pressing
the POWER button.
Lamp stand-by for power-on
The power cannot be turned off by pressing
the POWER button.
Blinking green
Blinking green
Steady green
NOTE
The power is on. (Normal condition)
Steady green
Abnormal condition
POWER
Steady green
or
STATUS
Blinking orange
CONDITION
Abnormal temperature
• The vents are clogged with dust or dirt.
• The room temperature is high.
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
• Clean the vents.
• Relocate the projector to a cooler place.
Steady red
Steady red
Steady green
Steady red
The protection circuit is working or the lamp is
in an abnormal condition.
• Wait until the STATUS indicator goes
out, then press the POWER button.
• If the above solution is not effective,
replace the lamp.
The lamp operation time exceeds the time
elapsed until the lamp lifetime notice while the
power is on. (See page 59.)
Replace the lamp.
Change with a new lamp if this problem
recurs.
Blinking green
Blinking green/red
Blinking red
Steady red
Steady red
Blinking green/red
Off
The lamp operation time exceeds the time
elapsed until the lamp lifetime notice while the
power is off. (See page 59.)
The lamp operation time exceeds the time
elapsed until the lamp lifetime. (See page 59.)
The lamp cover isn’t closed.
Close the cover correctly.
Abnormal.
Contact your dealer.
Steady
or
Blinking green/red
Blinking
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Specifications
Type
Model
Rated power supply
Power consumption
Display Technology
Colors
Projection lens
Light source lamp
Picture size
PC compatibility
Video compatibility
Speaker
S-video input
Video input
Audio input
Analog RGB input
HDMI input
Control connector
Outside dimensions
Weight
Temperature, humidity
(performance guaranteed)
DLP™ projector
WD390U-EST
100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
3.4 A
During standby: 0.5 W (when Standby Mode is Low)
0.65-inch single chip Digital Micromirror Device (DMD)
Pixels: 1280 x 800 = 1024000 pixels
16770000 colors
F 2.7, f = 5.4 mm
230 W
70-180 inch (aspect ratio 16:10)
Resolution: 640 x 480 (Expand) - 1280 x 800 (Real) - 1600 x 1200 (Compress)
Sync on Green available
NTSC/NTSC 4.43/PAL (including PAL-M, N)/SECAM/PAL-60
Component Video (DVD/HDTV) (480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 1080i, 720p, 1080p)
10 W mono x 1
Luminance signal: 1.0 Vp-p 75 Ω (negative sync.)
Chroma signal: 0.286 Vp-p 75 Ω (burst signal)
1.0 Vp-p 75 Ω (negative sync.)
350 mVrms, 10 kΩ or more
RGB: 0.7 Vp-p 75 Ω (negative sync.)
YPBPR/YCBCR:
Y: 1.0 Vp-p (negative sync.)
PBPR/CBCR: 0.7 Vp-p
HD/CS: TTL level (positive or negative)
VD: TTL level (positive or negative)
HDMI 19-pin
HDMI interface (TMDS single link) (only PCM audio is supported)
SERIAL terminal (RS-232C), LAN terminal (RJ-45)
325 x 113 x 258 mm (width x height x depth) (not including protrusion)
Approx. 4.1 kg
+41°F (+5°C) - +95°F (+35°C), 30 - 90%
• The specifications and outside appearance of the projector are subject to change without prior notice.
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Specifications (continued)
Connectors
COMPUTER/COMPONENT VIDEO IN, MONITOR OUT
(Mini D-SUB 15-pin)
11
15
1
19
2
18
SERIAL (D-SUB 9-pin)
6
9
1
5
10
6
1
COMPUTER/COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
HDMI (HDMI 19-pin)
5
MONITOR OUT
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Spec.
R (RED)/CR
G (GREEN)/Y
B (BLUE)/CB
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
DDC 5V
GND
GND
DDC Data
HD/CS
VD
DDC Clock
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Spec.
R (RED)/CR
G (GREEN)/Y
B (BLUE)/CB
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
HD/CS
VD
-
Spec.
TMDS Data 2 +
TMDS Data 2 Shield
TMDS Data 2 TMDS Data 1 +
TMDS Data1 Shield
TMDS Data 1 TMDS Data 0 +
TMDS Data 0 Shield
TMDS Data 0 TMDS Clock +
TMDS Clock Shield
TMDS Clock CEC
SCL
SDA
DDC Ground
+5 V Power
Hot Plug Detect
Pin No.
Name
I/O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
–
TXD
RXD
–
GND
–
–
–
–
–
IN
OUT
–
–
–
–
–
–
258
Dimension drawings (unit: mm)
113
325
What’s included in the box
AC power cord*
for the U.S.
for Europe
for the U.K.
for Australia
for South Korea
Computer cable
02552-0312-00
02552-0310-00
02552-0311-00
02552-0309-00
02552-0310-00
J2552-0072-05
Remote control
Safety Manual/Quick Start up
CD-ROM
Battery (2)
Lens cap
Lamp replacement attachment
* One of power cords for the U.S., Europe, U.K., Australia, and South Korea is provided appropriately.
Replacement part (option/not included in the box)
Spare lamp: VLT-XD560LP
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Specifications (continued)
Supported input signals
Signal mode
TV60, 480i (525i)
TV50, 576i (625i)
1080i 60 (1125i 60)
1080i 50 (1125i 50)
480p (525p)
576p (625p)
720p 60 (750p 60)
720p 50 (750p 50)
1080p 60 (1125p 60)
1080p 50 (1125p 50)
CGA84
CGA85
VGA60
VGA72
VGA75
VGA85
SVGA56
SVGA60
SVGA72
SVGA75
SVGA85
XGA60
XGA70
XGA75
HP75
XGA85
XGA120
SXGA70a
SXGA75a
SXGA85a
WXGA60
WXGA60a
WXGA60b
WXGA60c
WXGA120a
SXGA60b
SXGA75b
SXGA85b
SXGA60
SXGA75
SXGA85
SUN66a
SUN76a
SUN66
SUN76
SGI72
SGI76
WXGA+60
SXGA+60
SXGA+75
UXGA60
MAC13
MAC16
MAC19
Resolution
(H x V)
Horizontal
frequency
(kHz)
Vertical
frequency
(Hz)
Normal mode
(H x V)
720 x 480
720 x 576
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
720 x 480
720 x 576
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
640 x 400
640 x 400
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1152 x 864
1152 x 864
1280 x 768
1280 x 800
1360 x 768
1366 x 768
1280 x 800
1280 x 960
1280 x 960
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1152 x 900
1152 x 900
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1440 x 900
1400 x 1050
1400 x 1050
1600 x 1200
640 x 480
832 x 624
1024 x 768
15.73
15.63
33.75
28.13
31.47
31.25
45.00
37.50
67.50
56.25
37.86
37.86
31.47
37.86
37.50
43.27
35.16
37.88
48.08
46.88
53.67
48.36
56.48
60.02
62.94
68.68
97.55
63.85
67.50
77.49
47.77
49.70
47.71
47.71
101.56
60.00
75.00
85.94
63.98
79.98
91.15
61.85
71.81
71.68
81.13
76.92
82.01
55.94
65.32
82.28
75.00
35.00
49.72
60.24
59.94
50.00
60.00
50.00
59.94
50.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
50.00
84.13
85.08
59.94
72.81
75.00
85.01
56.25
60.32
72.19
75.00
85.06
60.00
70.07
75.03
74.92
85.00
119.99
70.01
75.00
85.06
59.87
59.81
60.01
59.79
119.91
60.00
75.00
85.00
60.02
75.02
85.02
66.00
76.64
66.68
76.11
72.30
76.00
59.89
59.98
74.87
60.00
66.67
74.55
75.02
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
1280 x 800
1280 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1280 x 768
1280 x 800
1280 x 724
1280 x 720
1280 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1000 x 800
1000 x 800
1000 x 800
1024 x 800
1024 x 800
1000 x 800
1000 x 800
1000 x 800
1000 x 800
1280 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
1066 x 800
Plug and Play*4
COMPUTER/
COMPONENT
HDMI terminal
VIDEO IN-1
terminal
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*1: When you input the signals WXGA60, WXGA60a, WXGA60b, or WXGA60c, select the supported image size from WXGA of the
Option menu.
*2: The MAGNIFY mode is not supported.
*3: The signals can be displayed with viewing 3D contents on the projector.
*4: Signals marked with  in the Plug and Play column are described in EDID (extended display identification data) of the
projector. Signals described in the Signal mode column can be input regardless of the  mark in the Plug and Play column. For
signals not marked with  in the Plug and Play column, the resolution may not be supported even when it is supported on the
computer.
Important:
• Some computers aren’t compatible with the projector.
• The projector’s maximum resolution is 1280 x 800 pixels. It may not display images of higher resolutions than its maximum
resolution correctly.
• Images with SYNC on G (Green) signal may jitter.
• Images with SYNC on G (Green) signal may be tinged with green.
• If the resolution and frequency of your computer aren’t shown on the table, find the compatible resolution and frequency by
changing the resolution of your computer.
• Set Computer Input in the Signal menu to RGB when inputting the HDTV signal as RGB signal.
• TV60 and TV50 are equivalent to 480i and 576i respectively. When these signals are supplied to the VIDEO or S-VIDEO
terminal, the signal mode is indicated as TV60 or TV50. When they are supplied to the COMPONENT terminal, the signal mode
is indicated as 480i or 576i.
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