Epson EH_-DM3 Specifications

Notations used in this guide
Indicates content that may cause the unit damage or malfunction.
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s
Indicates a page where useful information regarding a topic can be found.
Indicates operating methods and the order of operations.
The procedure indicated should be carried out in order of the numbered steps.
Indicates remote control or main unit buttons.
“(Menu name)”
Indicates menu items and messages that are displayed on screen.
Example: “Brightness”
Depending on the type of disc, the functions and operations which can be performed may be
different.
These marks inform you of the type of disc being used.
Contents
Contents.....................................................................
1
Audio Settings ........................................................... 48
Safety Instructions.....................................................
2
Listening with headphones ......................................................... 48
Use and Storage.........................................................
8
Connecting a microphone........................................................... 49
Discs and USB Storage ............................................. 10
Connecting to audio equipment with a digital coaxial audio input
port.............................................................................................. 50
Parts Name and Functions......................................... 12
Selecting the Surround Sound mode .......................................... 50
Preparing the Remote Control................................... 16
Selecting the digital sound effects.............................................. 51
Quick Start
Settings and Adjustments
Setup Menu Operation and Functions ....................... 52
Projection distance and screen size ............................................ 18
Using the setup menu ................................................................. 52
Connecting the power cable ....................................................... 18
Setup menu list ........................................................................... 53
Disc Playback ............................................................ 19
Language code list...................................................................... 55
“Digital Output” settings and output signals .............................. 56
Adjusting the projection position and volume ........................... 20
Operations and functions on the Visual Setup menu. 57
Stopping playback ...................................................................... 22
Operations on the Visual Setup menu ........................................ 57
Turning off the power ................................................................ 22
Visual Setup menu...................................................................... 58
Basic Playback Operations........................................ 23
Security Functions ..................................................... 60
Pause........................................................................................... 23
Anti-Theft Lock.......................................................................... 60
Advanced Operations
Playing a disc and projecting ..................................................... 19
Quick Start
Installation ................................................................. 18
Reverse search/forward search................................................... 23
Skip............................................................................................. 24
Appendix
Frame advance............................................................................ 24
Troubleshooting......................................................... 61
Slow motion playback................................................................ 24
Reading the indicators ................................................................ 61
Temporarily using the projector’s light as illumination (Break) 25
Color Mode ................................................................................ 25
Adjusting the light intensity (Auto Iris) ..................................... 25
Mute ........................................................................................... 25
Advanced Operations
When the indicators provide no help.......................................... 64
Maintenance .............................................................. 66
Cleaning...................................................................................... 66
Consumables replacement period............................................... 67
Optional Accessories and Consumables..................................... 67
How to replace consumables ...................................................... 68
Playback from a DVD menu ...................................................... 26
Playback a Video CD from the menu......................................... 27
JPEG, MP3/WMA and DivX® playback................................... 29
Projection Distance and Screen Size ......................... 72
Settings and
Adjustments
Becoming a playback expert ..................................... 26
Compatible Resolution List ....................................... 73
Compatible MPEG format list................................... 75
Playback by selecting the chapter or track number.................... 32
Specifications ............................................................ 76
Repeat play and random play ..................................................... 32
Glossary ..................................................................... 78
Program play .............................................................................. 34
Index .......................................................................... 79
Zoom In ...................................................................................... 35
Inquiries ..................................................................... 80
Changing the audio language ..................................................... 36
Changing the subtitles display.................................................... 36
Changing the angle..................................................................... 37
Appendix
Carrying out operations from the playback information screen. 37
Setting the sleep timer ................................................................ 39
Changing the aspect ratio ........................................................... 40
Playback by attaching a peripheral device ................ 42
Connecting a USB storage device.............................................. 42
Connecting to another video device, a TV set, or a Computer .. 43
Projecting images from external video equipment or a computer 46
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Safety Instructions
All safety and operating instructions should be read before using the unit. After you have read all instructions, save this
information for later reference.
The documentation and the unit use graphical symbols to show how to use the unit safely.
Please understand and respect these caution symbols in order to avoid injury to persons or property.
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could
Warning possibly result in personal injury or even death due to
incorrect handling.
Caution
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could
possibly result in personal injury or physical damage due
to incorrect handling.
Explanation of symbols
Symbols indicating an action that must not be done
Do not do
Do not
disassemble
Do not
touch
Do not
wet
Symbols indicating an action that should be done
Instructions
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Disconnect
the plug from
the outlet
Do not use in
wet areas
Do not place
on an
unstable
surface
Important safety instructions
Follow these safety instructions when setting up and using the projector :
• Read these instructions.
• Keep these instructions.
• Heed all warnings.
• Follow all instructions.
• Do not use this apparatus near water.
• Clean only with dry cloth.
• Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
• Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
• Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or
the third grounding prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
• Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
• Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
• Use only with the cart stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
• Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
• Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged
in any way, such as the power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into
the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
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Warning
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
Do not use in
wet areas
Unplug the unit from the outlet and refer all repairs to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
• If smoke, unusual smells or unusual noises come from the unit.
• If liquid or foreign objects get inside the unit.
• If the unit has been dropped or the case has been damaged.
Continuing to use under these conditions may result in fire or electric shock.
Do not try to repair this unit yourself. Refer all repairs to qualified service personnel.
Place the unit near a outlet where the plug can be easily unplugged.
Disconnect
the plug from
the outlet
Never open any covers on the projector except as specifically explained in the User's Guide. Never
attempt to disassemble or modify the projector (including consumables). Refer all repairs to qualified
service personnel.
Electrical voltages inside the unit can cause severe injury.
Do not
disassemble
Do not expose the unit to water, rain, or extensive humidity.
Do not use in
wet areas
Use only the type of power source indicated on the unit. Use of a power source other than the
specified may result in fire or electric shock. If you are not sure of the power available, consult your
dealer or local electricity company.
Do not do
Check the specifications of the power cable. Using an inappropriate power cable could result in fire or
electric shock.
The power cable supplied with the unit is intended to comply with power supply requirements for the
country of purchase. If using within the country of purchase, do not use any power cable other than the one
supplied with the unit. If using the unit overseas, check the power supply voltage, outlet shape and
electrical rating of the unit that conform to the local standards, and purchase a proper power cable in the
country.
Instructions
Take the following precautions when handling the plug.
Failure to comply with these precautions could result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not overload outlets, extension cables or multi-socket devices.
• Do not insert the plug into the outlet with dust present.
• Insert the plug firmly into the outlet.
• Do not handle the plug with wet hands.
• Do not pull the power cable when disconnecting the plug. Always be sure to hold the plug when
disconnecting it.
Instructions
Do not use the power cable that is damaged. Fire or electric shock may result.
• Do not modify the power cable.
• Do not place heavy objects on top of the power cable.
• Do not bend, twist or pull the power cable excessively.
• Keep the power cable away from hot electrical appliances.
If the power cable becomes damaged (such as the wires becoming exposed or broken), contact your dealer
for a replacement.
Do not do
If there is an electrical storm, do not touch the plug, otherwise you may receive an electric shock.
Do not touch
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Warning
Do not place containers with liquids, water or chemicals on top of the unit.
If the containers spill and the contents get inside the unit, fire or electric shock may result.
Do not
wet
Never look into the unit lens when the lamp is switched on as the bright light can damage your eyes.
Do not do
Never push metallic or flammable objects or any other foreign materials through the air intake or air
exhaust vents, fire or electric shock may result.
Do not do
A mercury lamp with high internal pressure is used as the unit’s light source. Be sure to observe the
instructions below.
If the following points are not observed, injury or poisoning may result.
• Do not disassemble or damage the lamp or subject it to any impacts.
• The gases inside mercury lamps contain mercury vapor. If the lamp breaks, ventilate the room to prevent
the gases that are released from being inhaled or coming into contact with the eyes or mouth.
• Do not bring your face close to the unit while it is in use.
If the lamp breaks and gases or fragments of broken glass from the lamp are inhaled or get into the eyes or
mouth, or if any other ill effects are noticed, immediately seek medical advice.
Instructions
Do not leave the unit or the remote control with batteries inside a vehicle with the windows closed, in
places where they will be exposed to direct sunlight, or in other places that may become extremely
hot.
Thermal deformation or technical malfunction may occur, which could result in fire.
Do not do
Do not use sprays containing a flammable gas to remove dirt or dust which is adhering to parts such
as the lens or filter of the projector.
Because the lamp inside the projector becomes very hot during use, the gases may ignite and result in a
fire.
Do not do
Do not use the projector in places where flammable gases or explosive gases may be present in the
atmosphere.
Because the lamp inside the projector becomes very hot during use, the gases may ignite and result in a
fire.
Do not do
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Caution
Class 1 LASER Product
Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit.
Do not
disassemble
Do not use the unit in places where there are lots of humidity or dust, near cooking or heating
appliances, or in places where it may come into contact with smoke or steam.
Do not use or store this unit outdoors for an extended length of time.
Fire or electric shock may result.
Do not do
Do not block the slots and opening in the unit case. They provide ventilation and prevent the unit from
overheating.
• Material or paper may get stuck against the air filter underneath the unit while it is in use. Remove
anything from underneath the unit that might get stuck against the air filter. If setting up the unit near a
wall, leave a space of at least 20 cm between the wall and the air exhaust vent.
• Ensure there is at least 10 cm between the air intake vent and any walls, and so on.
• Do not place the unit on a sofa, rug, or other soft surface, or in a closed-in cabinet unless proper
ventilation is provided.
Do not do
Do not place the unit on an unstable cart, stand, or table.
The unit might fall down or tip over, and injury may result.
Do not place
on an
unstable
surface
Do not stand on the unit or place heavy objects on it.
The unit might collapse or fall down, and injury may result.
Do not do
Do not place anything that can become warped or damaged by heat near the air exhaust vents, or
bring your hands or face close to the vents while projection is in progress.
Because hot air comes out from the air exhaust vents, it may result in burns, warping or other accidents.
Do not do
Never try to remove the lamp immediately after use because it will be extremely hot. Before removing
the lamp, turn off the power supply and wait the duration specified in this guide to allow the lamp to
cool completely.
The heat may cause burns or other injuries.
Do not do
Do not place the source of a naked flame, such as a lit candle, on or near the unit.
Do not do
Unplug the unit when it will not be used for extended periods.
The insulation may deteriorate, which may result in fire.
Disconnect
the plug from
the outlet
Be sure to check that the power is turned off, the plug is disconnected from the outlet and all cables
are disconnected before moving the unit.
Fire or electric shock may result.
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Disconnect
the plug from
the outlet
Caution
Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning.
This avoids electric shock during cleaning.
Disconnect
the plug from
the outlet
When cleaning the unit, do not use wet cloths or solvents such as alcohol, thinner or benzine.
Water infiltration or deterioration and breakage of the unit case could result in electric shock.
Instructions
Incorrect battery usage may cause leakage of battery fluid and battery rupture, which could result in
fire, injury or corrosion of the unit. When replacing batteries, take the following precautions.
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Insert batteries so that the polarities (+ and -) are correct.
Do not use batteries of different types or mix old and new batteries.
Do not use any batteries other than those specified in this guide.
If the batteries leak, wipe away battery fluid with a soft cloth. If fluid gets on your hands, wash them
immediately.
Replace the batteries as soon as they run out.
Remove the batteries if you will not be using the unit for a long period of time.
Do not expose batteries to heat or flame and do not put them in water.
Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations.
Keep these batteries out of the reach of children. Batteries are choking hazards and are very dangerous if
swallowed.
Instructions
Do not set the volume too high from the outset.
A loud sound may be produced suddenly that may cause damage to the speaker or your hearing. As a
precaution, lower the volume before you switch off this unit then raise it gradually after you switch it back
on.
Do not do
When using headphones, do not turn the volume up too loudly.
You may adversely affect your hearing when listening at loud volumes over extended periods of time.
Do not do
Follow the maintenance schedule for this unit. If the interior of the unit has not been cleaned for a long
time, dust may build up, which could cause fire or electric shock.
Replace your air filter periodically as needed.
Contact your dealer to clean the interior of the unit as needed.
Instructions
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Use and Storage
Take note of the following advice in order to prevent malfunction and damage.
Notes on handling and storage
• Be sure to observe the operating temperatures
and storage temperatures given in this guide
when using and storing the projector.
• Do not set up the unit in places where it might
be subjected to vibration or shock.
• Do not install the unit close to television, radio or
video equipment that generates magnetic fields.
range of that which is covered in your warranty
terms.
• You can store the unit in an upright position
compactly on a shelf, etc., as it has storage feet
on its side. When storing the unit in an upright
position, place it on a stable surface with the
storage feet at the bottom. Be sure to place the
unit in the storage case supplied with the unit so
that no dust enters the air intake vent.
This may adversely affect the audio and images of
this unit, and may cause a malfunction. In the event
Condensation
that such symptoms occur, move the unit further
away from any television, radio and video
If you move this unit from a cold place into a warm
room, or, if the room in which this unit is installed is
equipment.
• Do not operate the projector under any of the
heated rapidly, condensation (moisture) may form
following conditions. If this is not observed,
internally or on the lens surface. If condensation forms,
problems with operation or accidents may result.
it may not only cause incorrect operation such as
weakening of the image, but also damage the disc and/
or parts. In order to prevent against condensation, setup
this unit in the room approximately one hour before it is
to be used. If by some chance condensation does form,
disconnect the power cable from the outlet, then wait
While the projector is
standing on its end
While the projector is placed
with the top facing up
one to two hours before use.
Lamp
A mercury lamp with high internal pressure is used as
the unit’s light source.
The characteristics of the mercury lamp are:
While the projector is
placed with the bottom up
While the projector is
tilted to either side
• Do not move this unit during playback.
This may damage the disc or cause malfunction.
• Avoid using or storing this unit in cigarette or
• When the lamp reaches the end of its life, it will no
longer light or may break with a loud noise.
• The life of the lamp may vary greatly depending on
the individual lamp characteristics and the operating
other smoke filled places, or in rooms containing
environment. You should always have a spare lamp
a large amount of dust.
ready in case it is needed.
This may cause degradation of the image quality.
• Once the lamp replacement period has elapsed, the
• Do not touch the projection lens with your bare
possibility of lamp breakage incrcases. When the
hands.
lamp replacement message appears, replace the lamp
If fingerprints or marks are left on the face of the
with a new one as soon as possible.
lens, the image will not be projected clearly. When
the unit is not in use, be sure to attach the lens cover.
• EPSON will not be held responsible for damage
arising from projector or lamp failure outside the
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• The intensity of the lamp decreases with use.
• This product includes a lamp component that contains
mercury (Hg). Please consult your local regulations
regarding disposal or recycling.
Do not dispose of it with normal waste.
LCD panel
Transportation cautions
• The LCD panel is manufactured using extremely
The internal projector components consist of many
high-precision technology.
glass parts and high-precision parts. When transporting
However, black dots may appear on the panel, or
the projector, take the following measures to protect the
some red, blue or green dots may light up extremely
projector from any damage that might result from
brightly at times. Furthermore, sometimes striped
shock.
color irregularities or brightness irregularities may
• Enclose the projector securely in buffer material
also appear. They are caused by the characteristics of
to protect it from shock, and place it into a strong
the LCD panel, and are not a sign of malfunction.
cardboard container. Be sure to notify the carrier
• Screen burn may remain in the projected image when
company that the contents are fragile.
a high-contrast still image is projected for more than
• Close the lens cover and pack the unit.
15 minutes.
* Your warranty does not cover any damages that may
If screen burn has occured, you should project a
occur to this product during transportation.
bright screen (if a computer is used: white screen,
video: as bright an animation as possible) until the
screen burn disappears. It takes approx. 30 to 60
Copyrights
minutes, depending on the extent of the screen burn.
Reproduction of a disc for the purposes of broadcast,
If the screen burn does not disappear, contact your
projection in public, public musical performance, or
dealer for advice. sp. 80
rental (regardless of compensation, remuneration, or
lack thereof) without the permission of the copyright
When moving this unit
owner, is strictly prohibited.
• Close the lens cover.
• Eject the disc.
• Retract the unit feet if extended.
• Carry the unit by holding the handle as shown in
the following illustration.
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Discs and USB Storage
CD-R/RW
CD+R/RW
Discs
CDs created with a CD recorder
or a computer.
• Can play the following files
recorded in the ISO9660 level1 or -2/UDF format:
MP3/WMA/JPEG/Kodak
Picture CD/FujiColor CD/
MPEG1/2/4/
Readable disc types
The following discs can be played.
Disc types
DVD video
DVD+RW
DVD+R
DVD+R DL
DVD-RW
DVD-R
DVD-R DL
Symbols
used in
this
guide
Explanation
DivX®3/4/5/6/DivX® Ultra
Commercially available software
containing high-quality movies
and forms of visual images.
You cannot play DVD videos if
the disc region code does not
correspond to the region code
label on the side of this unit.
• Supports the extended format
(Joliet).
• Supports multiple sessions.
• Can play a disc recorded by
packet writing.
DVD discs described on the left,
recorded on another DVD
recorder.
• Can play a DVD disc
containing video format
images.
• Can play a DVD disc
containing VR format images.
• Can play a disc if it has been
“finalized” by the DVD
recorder that has recorded the
images.
• Can play the following files
recorded in the ISO 9660/UDF
format:
MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG1/2/
4/DivX®3/4/5/6/DivX® Ultra
• The performance and tonal quality of copycontrol CD discs that do not conform to the
compact disc (CD) standard cannot be
guaranteed with this unit. CDs that conform to
the CD standard will bear the following compact
disc logo mark. Check what is displayed on the
packaging of the audio disc.
• This unit conforms to the NTSC and PAL
television signal formats.
• In the case of DVD video, SVCD, and Video CD,
playback functions may be intentionally limited
by the software producers. As this unit plays
back the contents of a disc certain functions
may not work. Refer to the attached user
information of the disc being played.
• Can play only the first session
although the unit supports
multiple sessions.
Video CD
CD
Software containing images and
sound.
• Can play a Video CD (in
version 2.0) with PBC
(playback control).
• Can play a Super Video CD
(SVCD).
The software containing sound
and voice.
• DVD-R/R DL/RW, DVD+R/R DL/RW, CD-R/RW,
and CD+R/RW discs may not be able to be
played if they are scratched, dirty, warped, or if
the recording status or recording conditions are
unsuitable. Also, it may take the unit some time
to read the disc data.
• CPRM (Content Protection for Recordable
Media)compatible DVD-R discs recorded in the
VR format cannot be played back on this unit.
• Only the audio of the following discs can be
played back.
- MIX-MODE CD
- CD TEXT
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- CD-G - CD-EXTRA
• This unit can play only one memory card even if
Unreadable disc types
• The following discs cannot be played.
- DVD-ROM
- CD-ROM
- PHOTO CD
- DVD audio
- SACD
- DACD
- DVD-RAM
• Round discs with a diameter other than 8 cm or
multiple cards are mounted on the card reader.
Mount only the card you wish to play.
Specifications of files that
can be played
12 cm
• Irregularly shaped discs
Disc Handling
File format File extension*
MP3
“.mp3” or
“.MP3”
Bit rate: 16 to 320K bps
Sampling frequency: 11
kHz, 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz,
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
WMA
“.wma” or
“.WMA”
Bit rate: 64 to 192K bps
Sampling frequency: 44.1
kHz, 48 kHz
DivX®
“.divx” or
Up to 3M bps
“.DIVX”, “.avi” Maximum number of
or “.AVI”
pixels: 720 x 576 pixels
Optimum frame rate: 30
fps
A file may not be in the
• Avoid touching the playback side with your bare
hands.
• Be sure to store discs in their cases when not in
use.
• Avoid storing your discs in places with high
humidity or in direct sunlight.
• If the playback surface of the disc is dirty with
dust or fingerprints, the image and audio quality
DivX®
Ultra
may deteriorate. When the playback surface is
dirty, gently wipe the disc clean with a soft dry
DivX® file format even if
it has an “.avi” or “.AVI”
file extension. In such a
case, the file cannot be
played.
cloth, starting from the center of the disc then
moving outwards.
JPEG
• Do not use cleaning products such as benzine,
or anti-static products designed for analog
records.
• Do not glue paper or attach stickers to a disc.
USB storage that can be
played
• You can attach and play the following USB 1.1
based storage devices to the unit:
- USB memory (only devices that are not equipped with
the security function)
- Multicard reader
- Digital camera (if USB mass storage class is supported)
• Use a multicard reader to connect an SD
memory card or other media to the unit.
• The FAT16 and FAT32 file systems are
supported.
• Some system files may not be supported. If the
media is not supported, format the media in the
Specifications
“.jpg” or “.JPG” Number of pixels: Up to
3027 x 2048 pixels
No Motion JPEG is
supported.
JPEG data created by the
DCF (Design rule for
Camera File system)
standard based digital
camera is supported.
Pictures may not be
played back if the auto
rotate function of digital
still camera is used or if
data is processed, edited
or saved again using
computer image editing
software.
*If double-byte character is used for a file name, it will
not be displayed correctly.
File size
4GB
Total number of
files*
648 files (including folders) + 2
default folders
Total number of
folders*
Up to 300 folders
*This figure is unlimited if “MP3/JPEG Nav” from the
settings menu is set to “Without Menu”.
Windows system before use.
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Parts Name and Functions
Front
A
M
B
L
C
K
D
E
F
J
I
H
G
F
Name
A Slide lens cover knob.
Slide the knob to open and close the slide lens cover.
B Slide lens cover
Close the lens cover to protect the lens when the unit is not in use.
You can stop the projection completely by closing the lens cover during projection. However, if
this state continues for 30 minutes, the unit lamp is turned off automatically. sp. 18
C Disc indicator
Lights up green when a disc is inserted into the disc slot. sp. 19
D Eject button
Press this button to eject a disc from the disc slot. sp. 22
E Disc slot
Insert a disc you wish to play. sp. 19
F Foot adjust lever
Press the Foot adjust lever to extend and retract the Front adjustable foot. sp. 21
G Front adjustable foot
The feet on the side of the projection lens can be extended by turning them. Extending the feet to
the maximum extent tilts this unit by approximately 10 degrees. sp. 21
H Headphone jack
Connects a headphone to the unit. sp. 48
I Handle (Security cable
Hold this handle when carrying the unit. sp. 9
Pass a commercially available wire lock through here and lock it in place.sp. 60
installation point)
J Security slot (j)
The Security slot is compatible with the Microsaver Security System manufactured by Kensington.
sp. 60
K Air intake vent
Take the cooling air into the unit. If dust collects on the air intake vent it can cause the internal
temperature of the unit to rise, and this can lead to operation problems and a shortening of the
service life of optical parts. Clean it periodically. sp. 66
L Remote control light-
Receives signals from the remote control. sp. 16
M Projection lens
Projects an image.
(Air filter cover)
receiving area
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Function
Rear
A
B
N
C
M
L
D
E
F
K
G
H
F
I
J
Name
Function
A Audio input port
Can be connected to the audio output port of the connected video device or a computer.
sp. 43, 44
B Video input port
Can be connected to the ordinary image output port of a video device. sp. 43
C Computer input port
Can be connected to the RGB output port of a computer. sp. 45
D HDMI input port
Connects an HDMI-format video device or a computer to the unit.sp. 44
E Component input port
Can be connected to the component (YCbCr or YPbPr) output port of a video device. sp. 44
F Speakers
Support the virtual surround sound system. sp. 50
G Mic Input Port
Connects to a microphone.sp. 49
H Power inlet port
Connect the power cable. sp. 18
I Digital Coaxial Audio-Out
Can be connected to an audio device with a digital coaxial audio input port. sp. 50
J USB port
Connects a USB 1.1-based USB memory or a multicard reader to play the MP3/WMA, JPEG,
DivX® and other format storages. sp. 42
K Air exhaust vent
The air outlet of the unit after cooling.
port
Caution
Do not block the exhaust vents, and do not touch the exhaust vent immediately after projecting, or
while projecting, since it becomes hot.
L Storage feet
Used when placing the unit in an upright position. When storing the unit in an upright position,
place it on a stable surface with the storage feet at the bottom. Be sure to place the unit in the
storage case supplied with the unit so that no dust enters the air intake vent.
M Remote control light-
Receives signals from the remote control. sp. 16
N Service port
This is the control port. It is not used during normal operation.
receiving area
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Top
E
A
B
D
vVolume adjustment buttons sp. 20
C
vSetup button
sp. 52
vMenu button
sp. 26
v
button
sp. 26
vEnter button
sp. 29
vReturn button
sp. 27
vPower button
sp. 22
vSource Search
button sp. 46
vStop button
sp. 22
Name
Function
A Focusing ring
Move to the left or right for image focusing. sp. 20
B Status indicator
14
vVisual Setup
button sp. 57
vPlay/Pause
button
sp. 23
If a problem occurs in the unit, the status indicator blinks or lights up to indicate the problem.
sp. 61
C Ambient light sensor
Detects the brightness of the room. When “Auto” is selected in the color mode, the projector
D Lamp cover
When replacing the lamp, open this cover and replace the lamp. sp. 69
E Lens cover knob
Slide the holder to open or close the lens cover. sp. 18
optimizes the image automatically. sp. 25
Remote Control
A
E
B
D
Handy functions
Advanced functions
sp. 37
sp. 32
sp. 34
sp. 39
sp. 50
sp. 51
sp. 35
sp. 40
sp. 46
sp. 25
sp. 25
sp. 59
Buttons used when adjusting audio
Buttons used during playback
sp. 22
sp. 23, 24
sp. 23, 24
sp. 23, 24
sp. 24
sp. 24
sp. 59
sp. 25
Buttons used when adjusting DVD
video
sp. 22
sp. 52
sp. 36
sp. 26, 28,
29, 30, 31
sp. 57
sp. 20
sp. 36
sp. 37
sp. 28
sp. 27, 28, 29, 30
sp. 26, 28, 29, 30
C
Name
A Remote control light-
Function
Emits remote control signals. sp. 16
emitting area
B
Turns power supply to the unit on or off. sp. 22
C
Corrects keystone distortion of the screen image to square or rectangular. sp. 21
D
Press this button to eject a disc from the disc slot. sp. 22
E Function/numeric toggle
Switches between the functions and numerics you wish to use. Slide this switch to the Function
switch
position to use any function. sp. 26
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Preparing the Remote Control
Inserting the batteries
At the time of purchase, the batteries are not installed into the remote control.
Insert the batteries provided with this unit, before use.
A Push in the catch on the rear of the remote control, then lift it
upwards.
B Insert the batteries observing correct polarity.
C Close the battery cover.
Caution
Check the positions of the (+) and (-)
marks inside the battery holder to
ensure the batteries are inserted the
correct way.
If delays in the responsiveness of the remote control occur, or if it does not
operate after it has been used for some time, it probably means that the
batteries are becoming flat and need to be replaced. Have two spare AAsize alkaline or manganese dry batteries ready to use. You can only use
AA-size alkaline or manganese dry batteries.
Remote control usage range
Operable range (horizontal)
Approx. 30°
6m
Approx. 30°
Approx. 30°
6m
Approx. 30°
Operable range (vertical)
Approx. 15°
Approx. 15°
Approx. 15°
Approx. 15°
6m
6m
Avoid allowing direct sunlight or fluorescent light to fall on the remote
control light-receiving area of this unit. The signal from the remote control
may not be able to be received.
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Quick Start
Quick Start
Playback procedure
No complicated connections are necessary. You do not even need to select the television type or change the input.
You can enjoy your DVDs on the big screen by following these four easy steps.
The standard speakers support virtual surround sound system, and you can enjoy real stereo surround sound using the left
and right speakers.
Position in front of
the screen.
sp. 18
Connect the power
cable.
sp. 18
Play a disc.
sp. 19
Adjust the
projection position,
size, and volume.
sp. 20
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Installation
Projection distance and screen size
A Place the unit in a position that will
enable the optimum size image to be
projected on the screen.
B Position this unit so that it is parallel to
the screen.
Screen
When you use a 16:9 ratio, 80” type widescreen,
for example, place the unit approximately 241 cm
away from the screen.
If this unit is not placed parallel to the screen, the
projected image is distorted in the shape of a
keystone.
*The distance from the center of the lens to the base of the
screen.
The further this unit is moved away from the
screen, the larger the projected image becomes.
Values are just reference.
For detailed projection distance values sp. 72
Connecting the power cable
Connect the power cable.
Lit orange
18
Open the lens cover.
Disc Playback
Playing a disc and projecting
A Insert the disc into its slot by facing the
disc label upward.
If you are using a dual-side disc, face the side you
wish to play downwards.
Quick Start
Insert an 8-cm disc into the disc slot center
position.
A short beep sounds and the power comes on.
Inserting the disc makes the Disc indicator light up
green.
Do not use discs with any CD/DVD label stickers stuck to
them, and do not use discs that have condensation on
them. This may cause malfunction or damage.
B Start playback.
The projection lamp lights up automatically, and
projection begins. It takes approximately 30
seconds from when the lamp lights up until the
image is projected brightly.
When the Menu appears:
sp. 26
sp. 27
sp. 29
When using this unit at high altitudes, that is 1500
m or more above sea level, set “High Altitude
Mode” to “On”. sp. 59
Caution
Never look at the lens after you have turned the unit power
switch to On.
Close the lens cover before inserting or ejecting a disc.
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Adjusting the projection position and volume
Adjust the volume and image being projected.
Focusing (Focus ring)
Volume control (Volume)
Using the main unit
Using the
remote control
Fine-tuning the projection size
(Zoom)
Adjust the projection size in the Visual Setup
menu. sp. 57
A Press
and select "Signal" -
"Zoom".
Using the main unit
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B Press
Using the remote control
to adjust the image size.
Correcting keystone
distortion of the image
(Keystone)
• Adjusting the height of your image
This unit automatically detects vertical tilt and
corrects the images that are keystone distorted. If
the projected image is still distorted, you can
adjust it from the Visual Setup menu or using the
remote control. sp. 57
To project the image higher, press the foot levers
Quick Start
and adjust the height.
Adjust the front feet by pressing the foot levers. You
Be sure to push in the front feet by pushing the foot
levers when carrying the projector.
can tilt the projector up to 10°.
Adjust the feet in such a way that the unit is level.
• Correcting the distorted images
Tern the feet to adjust the horizontal tilt angle.
If you extend the foot and tilt the unit, the image will have keystone distortion.
Reshape the keystone distortion as follows:
When the top of the image is wide
When the bottom of the image is wide
If the unit is tilted by up to 30° degrees in an upward or downward orientation, you can correct the image shape.
However, it will be difficult to focus if the tilt angle is large.
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Turning off the power
A When you have played back a disc,
press
to eject the disc from its slot.
• Once you have pressed
, if you want to play
back the ejected disc again, you cannot push it
back into the disc slot manually. Press
B Press
.
.
You can use the
on the main unit to achieve
the same effect as the effect of the
on the
remote control.
C Unplug the power cable from the
electrical outlet after the confirmation
buzzer beeps twice.
Stopping playback
If you only press
to turn off the power,
electricity continues to be consumed.
Press
D Close the lens cover.
.
After
stopping, when you press
, playback is
resumed from the interrupted scene (resume).
Notes on resume play
• If you press
when “Loading” is displayed
on the screen, “Resume Play” is displayed and
the disc is played from the last stop position.
• Remember that the resume play function is
canceled if you press
twice.
• You cannot resume playing a disc indicated as
on the File List and on VR
formatted
.
• You can resume playing up to 10 discs that you
have recently played even if you replace the
discs.
• The position from where playback resumes may
be slightly different to where playback was
stopped.
• The audio language, subtitle language, and angle
settings are memorized along with the stopping
position.
• If you stop play when the disc menu is displayed,
the resume play may fail.
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Keep the lens cover in place when the unit is not
being used to protect the lens from dirt and
damage.
• If you turn on the projector immediately after
turning it off, the load time to project images
becomes longer.
Disconnecting the power cable before the projector
beeps may damage the optical components.
Basic Playback Operations
From here on, operations are explained primarily using the buttons of the remote control. You can also use the buttons
with the same markings as those on the unit control panel to achieve the same effect.
Pause
Press
during playback.
• Press
paused and restarted each time you press
• To resume playback, press
Quick Start
on the operation panel. The play is
.
.
Reverse search/forward
search
Press
or
during playback.
• There are five levels of reverse/forward search
speeds that change each time the buttons are
pressed.
• Press
to return to normal playback.
Depending on the disc you use, the sound may
not be audible during forward/reverse search.
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Skip
Press
or
when paused.
during playback or
If you press
once
during chapter/track playback, playback returns to
the start of the chapter or track being played. After
this, playback returns to the start of the previous
chapter/track each time you press
. After this,
playback returns to the start of the previous chapter/
track each time you press
• If you press
.
/
once when a
disc is being paused, the
previous chapter (file) or the next chapter
(file) is played.
Frame advance
Press
during paused playback.
• A single frame is advanced each time you press
. This unit does not have a frame return
function.
• Press
to return to normal playback.
Slow motion playback
A Press
at the point where you want
to begin slow motion playback in order to
pause the image.
B Press
.
• There are 4 levels of playback speed, selectable
each time
is pressed.
• When playing a
, slow motion review
can be performed by pressing
. There are 4
levels of rewinding speed that change each time
is pressed.
• Press
to return to normal playback.
• No sound is output during slow motion playback.
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Temporarily using the projector’s
light as illumination (Break)
: Select the best mode
for your surroundings.
(Auto colour Optimiser)
: Suitable for use in a
bright room with the
outside light shielded.
The break function is useful if, in the middle of a
movie, you want to get up or move around, get a drink,
: Suitable for use in a
room with dim lighting.
Press
: Suitable for use in a
pitch-dark room.
during playback.
• The projection lamp remains lit, whilst the
projected image disappears.
flashes in the
lower right portion of the screen.
• The screen darkens after about five minutes if
the unit is left in break mode without any
operations being made. Additionally, after
approximately 30 minutes have elapsed, power
to the unit automatically turns off.
• Press
to return to the state before the break
button was pressed. If the power has switched
off, press
to switch the power back on.
• Operations cannot be performed when the disc
menu is displayed.
• When you press any of the following buttons,
break mode is cancelled and the function of
the button you pressed is performed.
,
,
,
,
Color Mode
: Suitable for playing a
game with high speed
movement in a bright
room with the outside
light shielded.
• Game is selectable only when
is turned on.
Adjusting the light intensity (Auto Iris)
Set the "Auto Iris" in the Visual Setup menu. sp. 58
When "Auto Iris" is on, the light intensity from the
lamp is automatically controlled according to the
brightness of images, and you can get higher contrast
and rich images.
When the color mode is set to "Auto", you cannot make
the setting.
A Press
, and then select "Image" -
"Auto Iris".
"On" by pressing
B Select
confirm the selection.
You can select a picture quality to correspond to the
brightness and other conditions of your room.
C Press
A Press
Mute
.
The currently selected color mode name is
displayed on the screen.
Quick Start
or some food, and so on. By simply pressing the
button you can pause the disc being played until you
can get up to turn the lights on in the room.
Press
to
to exit the menu.
during playback.
• Sound stops coming from the speakers and
headphones.
B While the color mode name is displayed,
press
repeatedly until the desired
color mode appears.
• Press
to return to normal playback. The
former volume is also restored when power to
the unit is turned on again.
After waiting a few seconds, the color mode
name disappears and the picture quality changes.
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Advanced
Operations
Becoming a playback expert
Playback from a DVD menu
Some
discs have the following kinds of original menus saved in
them.
•Root Menu: When multiple titles (image and audio) have been
recorded, this integrated disc information is displayed.
To display the top menu
Press and hold
for about 3 seconds to display the top menu.
•Menu: Title-specific playback data (chapter, angle, audio, and subtitle
menus) is displayed.
1
2
Press
during playback.
Press
see.
and select the item you want to
You can also select the title number or chapter number directly using the
numeric buttons.
When using the numeric buttons
With the function/numerics toggle switch in the [Numeric] position, press the
following buttons.
Example)
5:
10:
_
15:
_
20:
_
Once you have finished entering numbers, return the function/numerics toggle
switch back to the [Function] position.
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3
Press
.
• Certain discs may not contain a menu. If a menu is not recorded, these
operations cannot be executed.
• Depending on the disc, playback may begin automatically, even if
is not pressed.
Playback a Video CD from the menu
You can play a
disc by selecting the desired chapter from any of the
following two menus.
•PBC (Playback control) function: If a Video CD with “PBC (playback
control) enabled” specified on the disc or jacket is inserted into the
disc slot, a menu screen is displayed. You can select the scene or
information you wish to see interactively from this menu.
Advanced Operations
•Preview function: You can select the desired track or scene and play
it back in the following three formats.
Track Digest: Plays the first three or four seconds of each track sequentially.
Six tracks are projected on a single screen page.
Disc Interval: The total disc time is divided by six, and the first three or four
seconds of each interval are played. Six images are projected on a
single screen page.
Track Interval: When a track is being played, it is divided by six and the first
three or four seconds of each interval are played. Six images are
projected on a single screen page.
PBC (playback control) playback
1
2
When playing a Video CD that contains PBC, the following
kind of menu is displayed.
Select the item you want to see using
numeric buttons. sp. 26
or the
The selected contents are played.
27
To turn to the previous/next page of the menu screen
Press
/
when the menu screen is displayed.
To call the menu screen during playback
Each time
is pressed, the menu goes back by one step. Press
repeatedly
until the menu is displayed.
To call the PBC menu screen
When you display the playback information or the preview screen, the PBC mode is
canceled.
To call the PBC menu again during play, stop play by pressing
press
twice. Then,
.
If you select “Others” from the settings menu and set “PBC” to “Off”, the
disc is played directly without displaying the menu screen. PBC is “On”
by default. sp. 54
To play using the Preview function
1
If you press
while a video CD is playing, the following
Preview menu is displayed.
• You can also use Track Digest and Disc Interval by pressing
when
stopped.
2
Select an item by pressing
, and press
• If a disc contains six or more tracks, you can press
.
to display
the next or previous page when you select Track Digest.
• You can return to the initial menu by selecting “Menu” and pressing
.
• You can close the Preview menu by selecting “Exit” and pressing
28
.
3
Select the track you want to see using
and press
,
.
The selected track is played.
JPEG, MP3/WMA and DivX® playback
Although the
,
or
files stored in a disc and
a USB storage device are played back by selecting the desired
file from a File List, the function varies depending on the file, as
follows.
• If a
in the folder is selected, the JPEG files stored in the
folder are played back starting from the selected file in Slideshow
sequence.
•
Advanced Operations
files are automatically played back, starting from the first
file. If you want to play back another file, select a file from the File List
displayed.
If a Kodak Picture CD or FUJICOLOR CD is inserted into the disc slot,
Slideshow playback is automatically performed.
1
2
When you play back a disc containing
,
or
files, or a USB storage device, the following File List
is displayed.
Select a folder or file using
.
• When the File List is displayed, you can go to the next or previous page
by using
. When you are on the first page, the
button is
ineffective and vice versa.
3
Press
If
or
to begin playback.
is pressed while playing back
,
, Kodak Picture
CD or FUJICOLOR CD, the display returns to the File List.
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• If
is displayed, you will return to the File List when you press
twice.
• When you select “Others” from the settings menu and set the “MP3/
JPEG Nav” to “Without Menu”, all MP3, WMA, JPEG and DivX® files
are listed. “With Menu” is set by default. sp. 54
• MP3/WMA ID3 tag is supported. The album name, artist name, and
track name, if set, are displayed at the right of the File List (only
alphanumeric characters are supported).
Slideshow Playback Operation
• The image switching interval depends on the selected image size.
• The Slideshow ends after projection of all JPEG files in the folder.
• You can rotate an image by pressing
.
• You can reverse the top and bottom of an image by pressing
.
• You can reverse the right and left of an image by pressing
• If you press
.
during Slideshow playback, the Slideshow is
canceled and the thumbnail list is displayed.
• If you press
during Slideshow playback, the File List is displayed.
If you select the desired JPEG file from the list and press
, the
Slideshow will start.
• A progressive JPEG file takes a longer time to start when compared
with a baseline JPEG file.
• The JPEG files stored in a USB storage device are also played in the
Slideshow.
Operations from the thumbnail list
• If a disc contains 12 or more JPEG files, you can display the previous
or next page using
.
• When you select the desired thumbnail and press
, the Slideshow
restarts from the selected position.
• When you press
, the File List is displayed. If you select the
desired JPEG file from the list and press
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, the Slideshow will start.
When playing MP3/WMA audio
Once menu selection is complete and the audio begins, close the lens cover.
You can enjoy just the music being played.
Simultaneous MP3/WMA and JPEG playback
If a disc contains a mix of MP3/WMA and JPEG files, you can enjoy the
Slideshow with sounds.
When a disc containing both MP3/WMA and JPEG files is
inserted into the disc slot, the MP3/WMA files are automatically
played. If a JPEG file from the File List displayed is selected, the
Slideshow will start.
• The Slideshow ends after projection of all JPEG files in the folder.
• When you press
during simultaneous file play, the Slideshow is
canceled and the file thumbnail list is displayed. When you select the
desired thumbnail from its list and press
, the Slideshow restarts
from the selected position.
Advanced Operations
• You can return to the File List screen by pressing
during
simultaneous file play. You can select the desired MP3/WMA file and
press
. Then, when you select a JPEG file for Slideshow and press
, the selected items are played back simultaneously.
• If a USB storage device has both MP3/WMA and JPEG files, you can
also enjoy the Slideshow with sound.
Notes on playback
• Depending on the recording and the characteristics of the disc it is possible that
the disc may not be readable, or that disc reading may take some time.
• The time it takes to read a disc differs depending on the number of folders or files
recorded on the disc.
• The order of the File List displayed on the screen may differ from the order
displayed on the computer monitor.
• Files of a commercial MP3 disc may be played in the different order from those
recorded on the disc.
• It may take some time to play MP3 files containing still picture data. The timeelapsed is not displayed until playback has commenced. Further, there are times
when an accurate elapsed time is not displayed, even once playback has
commenced.
• It is possible that data that has been processed, edited, or saved using computer
image editing software might not play.
• When playing back a Slideshow, JPEG files may be played in a different order
from that recorded on the disc, and you cannot change the order in which they are
played back.
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Playback by selecting the chapter or track number
During playback or when paused, select the chapter or track
number you wish to play by pressing the numeric buttons.
s “When using the numeric buttons” p. 26
•
Can also be used when stopped.
• Depending on the disc, certain operations may not be possible.
Repeat play and random play
Set the [Function] position before
performing operations
Depending on the type of disc, you can loop playback within a range of titles,
chapters, or tracks, as in the table below.
Press
during playback.
The repeat mode changes whenever you press
and the repeat mode
name and icon are displayed on the screen.
•
Screen
display
Function
Contents
Chapter
Chapter repeat
Repeats the current chapter.
Title
Title repeat
Repeats the current title.
Random play
Randomly plays titles and chapters.
Shuffle Repeat
Random repeat
Repeats random play. Tracks are played in a
different order when repeated.
Repeat Off
Repeat Off
Cancels repeat or random play.
Shuffle
Screen
display
Function
Contents
Track
Track repeat
Repeats the current track.
All
Disc repeat
Repeats entire tracks of the disc.
Random play
Randomly plays all tracks of the disc.
Shuffle Repeat
Random repeat
Repeats random play. Tracks are played in a
different order when repeated.
Repeat Off
Repeat Off
Cancels repeat or random play.
Shuffle
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is not available when playing back using the PBC function.
(If “Others” is selected from the settings menu and if “MP3/JPEG Nav” is
set to “With Menu”)
Screen
display
Function
Contents
Repeat One
File repeat
Repeats the current file.
Repeat Folder
Folder repeat
Repeats files in the current folder.
Shuffle
Random play
Randomly plays files in the current folder.
Repeat Off
Repeat Off
Cancels repeat or random play.
(If “Others” is selected from the settings menu and if “MP3/JPEG Nav” is
set to “Without Menu”)
Screen
display
Function
Contents
File repeat
Repeats the current file.
Repeat All
Disc repeat
Repeats all files on the current disc.
Shuffle
Random play
Randomly plays all files on the disc.
Repeat Off
Repeat Off
Cancels repeat or random play.
Advanced Operations
Repeat One
Canceling repeat play
Press
repeatedly until “Repeat Off” is displayed on the screen.
•
does not allow use of the “Title repeat” function with some
DVDs.
• You can also repeat the play from the playback information screen.
sp. 37
• The
button is ineffective during program play.
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Program play
Set the [Function] position before
performing operations
You can set titles, chapters, and tracks to playback in your order of preference.
1
Press
during play or when paused.
The program screen will appear for you to set a playback sequence.
2
Using the numeric keys, enter title and track/chapter
numbers sequentially.
s “When using the numeric buttons” p. 26
• Use
to shift the cursor in respective directions.
• If the disc has 10 or more tracks/chapters, either press
or select
“Next” on the screen and press
to display the next page. To display
the previous page, either press
or select “Previous” on the screen
and press
.
• If you wish to delete a track or chapter you have entered, position the
pointer on it and press
.
• To close the program screen, select “Exit” from the program screen and
press
3
.
When you have set the playback sequence, select “Start”
from the screen and press
.
• Playback starts in the set sequence.
• Once the set playback is fully complete, playback stops.
Canceling program play
• Press
.
• Turn the power switch off.
Resuming normal playback
Stop play and press
.
• You can set the program play of up to 10 discs. Also, you can set up to
20 tracks or chapters of each disc. Your settings are held in memory even
when you have changed the discs. Insert the disc with the playback
sequence set in the disc slot, press
, and select “Start” from the
program screen. Program play starts.
• Pressing
during program play will not function.
• You may not use the program play for some types of discs.
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Zoom In
Set the [Function] position before
performing operations
You can zoom (enlarge or compress) the projection image on the unit screen. If
the enlarged image exceeds the screen size, you can display it by panning.
1
Press
during playback.
The magnification (or zoom rate) is displayed.
2
Select the desired magnification by pressing
repeatedly.
• You can only enlarge
images. You cannot reduce them.
• To return to the original size, press
to pan.
Advanced Operations
• After you have enlarged the image, press
repeatedly until the Zoom
Rate disappears.
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Changing the audio language
When a disc has been recorded with multiple audio signals or languages, you
can switch to the available audio signal or language of your preference.
1
Press
during playback.
The current audio settings are displayed on the screen.
2
Select the desired settings by pressing
repeatedly.
• You can also switch from the playback information screen. sp. 37
• If a language code (for example 6978) is displayed sp. 55
Changing the subtitles display
You can choose whether or not to display subtitles for discs that have been
recorded with subtitles. If a disc has multiple language subtitles, you can
switch to the preferred language.
1
Press
during playback.
The current subtitle settings are displayed on the screen.
2
Select the desired settings by pressing
• If the available subtitle is not found, the
repeatedly.
icon is displayed.
• You can also switch from the playback information screen. sp. 37
• When using
, you can switch between the embedded subtitle
and the subtitle file data. Both of them can be displayed with 45 singlebyte characters (27 double-byte characters) on 2 lines maximum. Any
excess characters are not displayed.
A subtitle file with any of the following extensions is valid:
“.srt”, “.smi”, “.sub”, “.ssa” and “.ass”;
The subtitle file name must be the same as the file name of the movie.
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Changing the angle
For discs that have been recorded with multiple camera angles, you can switch
from the main angle to a different camera angle of your preference, such as
from above, or from the right, during playback.
1
Press
during playback.
The current angle is displayed on the screen.
2
Select the desired angle by pressing
repeatedly.
You can also switch from the playback information screen. sp. 37
Advanced Operations
Carrying out operations from the playback information screen
Set the [Function] position before
performing operations
You can check the current playback status and change your settings without
stopping the play.
1
Press
during playback.
The projected image is reduced, and the following information screen is
displayed under it.
• When you are using a
follows each time you press
, the playback time is switched as
: “Single Remain” _ “Total
Elapsed” _ “Total Remain”_ “Single Elapsed.
• When you are using a
switched as follows each time you press
, the playback time is
: “Total Elapsed” _
“Total Remain” _ “-:--:--” (WMA does not support for Track Time)
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2
Pressing
, position the pointer on the desired
item and press
.
• You can set the title/chapter/track number and time by using the
numeric keys, and set the play start time.sp. 26
• When the selected item appears, select the desired value using
and press
• Press
.
once and the playback information screen disappears.
• When you are using
and “-:--:--” is displayed, you can set the
play start time of the track by using numeric keys.
• You cannot use this function when play is stopped.
3
Press
.
Playback starts with the selected title/chapter/track or specified time
settings.
Contents on the playback information screen
Title
Specify a title number you wish to play by using the numeric keys.
Chapter
Specify a chapter number you wish to play by using the numeric
keys.
Audio
Select the sound system and the language.
Subtitle
Select to display or not display subtitles and language.
Angle
You can switch the camera angle.
TT time
Set the play start time of a title using the numeric keys.
Ch time
Set the play start time of a chapter using the numeric keys.
*
Repeat
Select the repeat play mode.
Time Disp.
Select how to display the play time at bottom right of the playback
information screen.
Track
Specify a track number you wish to play using the numeric keys.
Disc Time
Set the play start time of a disc using the numeric keys.
Track Time
Set the play start time of a track using the numeric keys.
Repeat*
Select the repeat play mode.
Time Disp.
Select how to display the play time at bottom right of the playback
information screen.
*You cannot select random play or random repeat for the repeat setting on the
playback information screen. Set it up using
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Setting the sleep timer
Set the [Function] position before
performing operations
When the time you set on the sleep timer has passed, the unit power switch is
turned off automatically. You can prevent unnecessary power from being
consumed if you fall asleep while watching a movie.
If the sleep timer is set to “Sleep Off” and if play is stopped or finished and the
unit is not operated for approximately 30 minutes, the unit power switch is
turned off automatically.
Press
.
• When you press
, the current sleep timer setting is displayed.
When the sleep timer is displayed, select the desired setting using
.
: If the standby screen is projected and if
Advanced Operations
the unit is not operated for approximately
30 minutes, its power switch is turned off
automatically. If image signals are not
entered in
mode and if the unit
is not operated for approximately 30
minutes, its power switch is turned off
automatically (default setting).
: After 10 minutes have elapsed, the power
switches off.
: After 150 minutes have elapsed, the power
switches off.
Setting the sleep timer
The “Sleep” message is displayed on the screen approximately 20 seconds before
automatic power off.
Changing the sleep timer
Press
repeatedly and select the new time.
Checking the sleep timer setting
Once the sleep timer has been set, if you press
once, the remaining time before
sleep is displayed on the screen.
• Sleep timer settings are not memorized. If the power is switched off, the
sleep timer is canceled.
• With discs that return to the menu once playback has completed, power
to the unit will not turn off even when the “Sleep Off” mode is set.
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Changing the aspect ratio
Set the [Function] position before
performing operations
The unit automatically recognizes the aspect suitable for the input signal, and
the image is projected in the appropriate aspect. If you want to change the
aspect yourself, or if the aspect is not correct, you can change it in the
following way.
Press
.
• Each time you press
the aspect ratio name is displayed on the
screen and the aspect ratio is changed.
• The aspect ratio for disc settings and image signals can be changed in
the following way.
When projecting by using the built-in DVD player
*
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Screen Size
Aspect
16:9
Fixed to Full (16:9)
4:3
Normal
Full
Zoom
Letterbox
Normal
Full
Zoom
Fixed to Normal when the Slideshow is executed.
When projecting component video (SDTV)/HDMI (SDTV), composite
video images
Screen Size
Aspect
4:3
Normal
Full
Zoom
Letterbox
Normal
Full
Zoom
When projecting component video (HDTV)/HDMI (HDTV) images
Screen Size
Aspect
16:9
Fixed to Full (16:9)
Advanced Operations
When projecting computer images
Wide panel computer images are always projected at the normal (wide screen) setting.
If wide panel computer images are not projected in the correct aspect, press the
button to change to an appropriate
aspect.
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Playback by attaching a peripheral
device
Connecting a USB storage device
You can attach a USB memory or multicard reader that conform to the USB 1.1 to the unit and play the following format
files.
• MP3/WMA files
• JPEG files
• DivX® files
The file playback and your operations during play are the same as when you play files of a
using the standard
DVD player.
• When you connect a USB storage device to the unit, the source is changed to the USB and playback starts
automatically when:
- a disc is being played or stopped on the standard DVD player.
- another video device, a TV set or a computer is connected to the unit and a disc is being played or stopped.
• If you use a USB hub, the unit will not operate normally. Connect the USB storage device directly to the unit.
• When power to the unit is turned on with only a USB storage connected (no disc inserted in the disc slot), the USB storage is not
recognized and “No Disc” is displayed. Even if you press
then reconnect.
, it does not playback. In such a case, remove the USB storage and
• Do not remove the USB storage during a Slideshow. Stop the Slideshow by pressing
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, and remove the USB storage.
Connecting to another video device, a TV set, or a Computer
Aside from the built-in DVD player, this unit can project images by connecting to a computer or the following devices
with a video output port.
- Video recorder - Game machine
- Video device with built-in TV tuner - Video camera and others
Video equipment signal format
The kind of video signal that can be output depends on the video equipment. The image quality differs depending on the video
signal format. Generally speaking, the order of quality of the image goes as follows.
1. HDMI _ 2. Component video _ 3. Composite video
Check which signal system to use in the “Documentation” supplied with the video equipment that is being used. The composite
video may be called “Image output”.
If the equipment you are connecting has a unique connector shape, connect using the cable supplied with your
equipment, or an optional cable.
Advanced Operations
• Turn off connected equipment. Damage may result if you try to connect when the power is on.
• Close the lens cover before connecting a device to the unit. If fingerprints or marks are left on the face of the lens, the image will
not be projected clearly.
• Do not try to force a cable plug with a different shape the port. This may damage the unit or the equipment.
Connecting with a video cable
Yellow
White
Video
To Video output port
Red
To Video input port (Yellow)
L
To Audio input port
Audio
R
Output
To Audio out port
Video/audio cable (commercially available)
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Connecting with a component video cable
White
To Audio input
port
Output
L
Audio
R
Red
To Audio out port
RCA audio cable
(commercially available)
Component video cable
(commercially available)
For a D port output device, use a commercially available D port - component conversion cable.
Connecting with an HDMI cable
Output
HDMI
To HDMI output port
HDMI cable
(commercially available)
To HDMI input port
Use a HDMI cable that meets the HDMI standard. Otherwise, the image may not be displayed clearly or lost.
PCM Audio is supported. If no audio is output, set the destination device to the PCM out mode.
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Connecting with a computer
To PC input port
To Audio input
port
Computer cable (commercially available)
(Mini D-Sub 15-pin
Mini D-Sub 15-pin)
White
Red
To display
output port
To Audio out port
2RCA
Stereo mini-pin
audio cable (commercially available)
Advanced Operations
Use a cable marked “No resistance” when you use a commercially available 2RCA
stereo mini-plug audio cable.
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Projecting images from external video equipment or a computer
This unit automatically detects input signals and changes the projected image.
The projector automatically detects signals being input from connected equipment, and the image being input from the
equipment is projected.
You can project the target image quickly as input ports with no image signal being input are ignored when you change by
pressing the
.
1
2
3
Open the lens cover and press
.
Turn the device power switch on, and press the [Play] or
[Playback] button on the video device.
Press
to start detecting input signals.
When two or more pieces of equipment are connected, press the
until the target image is projected.
To return to the standard built-in DVD player
Make any of the following operations.
• Press
.
• Insert a disc into the disc slot.
• Select “DVD/USB” by pressing
• Press
.
.
The following screen showing the status of image signals is displayed
when only the image that the projector is currently displaying is available,
or when no image signal can be found. You can select the input port where
the equipment you want to use is connected. If no operation is performed
after about 10 seconds, the screen closes.
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When a computer image is not projected
You can switch the image signal destination from the computer by holding
down
and pressing
(the key is usually labeled
or
).
s Computer “Documentation”
After switching, wait a few seconds for projection to start.
Examples of Switching Output
Epson
Toshiba
NEC
IBM/Lenovo
Panasonic
Sony
SOTEC
Dell
HP
Fujitsu
Macintosh
Set mirroring or display detection.
Depending on your OS, you can set them by pressing
.
Depending on the computer, each time the key to change the output is pressed,
the display status may also change as follows.
Screen only
Advanced Operations
Computer only
Both
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Audio Settings
Listening with headphones
Caution
• When listening with headphones, make sure the volume is not too high. You may damage your hearing when
listening to sounds at high volume over an extended period of time.
• Do not set the volume too high from the outset. A loud sound may be produced suddenly that may cause damage
to your headphones or your hearing. As a precaution, lower the volume before you switch off this unit then raise it
gradually after you switch it back on.
Connecting commercially available headphones.
To
jack
Headphones
Once you have connected your headphones to the headphone jack, no sound will come from the speakers.
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Connecting a microphone
You can output microphone audio from the projector's speaker by connecting a microphone to the projector's Mic Input Port.
To adjust audio from the Mic input port, press
.
Advanced Operations
To Mic Input Port
• When the Mic Input Level is too low, adjust it using
. sp. 64
• You can select "Mic Input Level" from the Option page in the Visual Setup menu. sp. 59
The projector is compatible with a dynamic mic. It does not support plug-in-power type.
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Connecting to audio equipment with a digital coaxial audio input port
You can connect to AV amplifiers and so on or equipment capable of making digital recordings when they are equipped
with a coaxial digital audio input port. When connecting, use a commercially available coaxial digital cable.
Fully plug the audio cable connector into jack.
AV amplifier
To a digital coaxial
audio input port
Digital coaxial cable
(commercially available)
To Digital Coaxial Audio-Out port
The signal being output from the Digital Coaxial Audio-Out port is changed with the “Digital Output” setting in the
settings menu. For detailed output signal information sp. 56
Selecting the surround sound mode
Set the [Function] position before
performing operations
When you turn the Virtual surround sound function on, you can enjoy real
stereo sound although sound is usually provided through multiple speakers.
1
Press
.
The current settings are displayed on the screen.
2
Select the desired settings by pressing
: Stereo mode
: Virtual surround sound mode
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repeatedly.
Selecting the digital sound effects
Set the [Function] position before
performing operations
You can select the sound effects appropriate to the musical genre of the current
disc.
1
Press
.
The current settings are displayed on the screen.
2
Select the desired settings by pressing
repeatedly.
The sound effects, which you can select according to the inserted disc or
the connected source, are switched as follows:
Concert _ Drama _ Action _ Standard
Advanced Operations
Other discs
Classic _ Jazz _ Rock _ Digital
Select “Concert” or “Classic” sound effects for flat sound output.
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Settings and
Adjustments
Setup Menu Operation and
Functions
The settings of this unit can be adjusted to suit the environment in which it is used.
Using the setup menu
1
Press
during playback or when stopped.
The following setup menu is displayed.
2
Press
Language
setup
and select the desired icon.
Audio setup
Others setup
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3
Press
press
to select the item to be set, and then
.
The settings are displayed on the right.
4
Select the setting you wish to change, and press
.
To display other setting pages, select a desired icon by repeatedly
pressing
5
.
After setup is complete, press
to close the setup menu.
Setup menu list
Language page
Eject the disc before the setup. You cannot make the setting below when a disc is inserted.
Setting Item
Audio
Select the DVD video soundtrack language.
Subtitle
Select the DVD video subtitle language.
Settings and
Adjustments
Disc Menu
Select the DVD video menu language.
Setting Contents
For “6978” and other language codes, see the “Language code
list”.sp. 55
These settings become available when settings have been recorded
on the disc itself. If they have not been recorded, the setting contents
become available. If the language selected is not recorded on the
disc, the default language for that disc is used.
DivX Subtitle
Select a font type that supports the DivX
subtitle.
Central Europe, Cyrillic, Greek, Standard, Hebrew
Select the “Standard” to display the standard list of Roman subtitle
fonts already installed on the unit.
OSD Language
Select the menu language (for Setup and
Visual Setup).
English
··
··
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Audio page
Setting Item
Digital Output
Select the kind of output signal according to
the equipment connected to the Digital
Coaxial Audio-Out port.
For detailed information sp. 56
Setting Contents
All:
Use when connected to a DTS/Dolby Digital Decoder,
or when connected to equipment with these functions.
PCM Only: Use when connected to equipment that is only
compliant with Linear PCM.
On: Reduce the loudness but increases volume of quieter sounds.
Night Mode
Compensates for the variation in the way we Off: Use this option to enjoy normal or powerful clear stereo
surround sound.
hear loud and quiet sounds when playing back
at low volume.
Only available for DVD videos that have been
recorded in Dolby Digital.
Turn the Dolby Digital mode “On” if the
volume of voices in the movie is low.
Others page
Setting Item
Screen Saver
Set whether or not to start the screen saver
function if play has stopped and a still image
is projected for approximately 15 minutes
without any unit operation.
Setting Contents
On: The Screen Saver function starts.
Off: The Screen Saver function does not start.
PBC
On: Starts to play with PBC active. When
is played, its
Set to activate the PBC or cancel it during play
menu screen appears.
of
.
Off: Starts to play with PBC inactive. The first and subsequent
tracks are played sequentially.
DivX® VOD code
The registration codes required for video ondemand service are provided.
Press
MP3/JPEG NAV
Display of hierarchical menu including
folders.
Without Menu: Displays all
,
and
contained on a disc.
With Menu:
Displays the menu containing folders.
After checking, press
.
Using your registration code, you can purchase or rent videos
provided by DivX® video on-demand services (www.divx.com/
vod).
Default
Resets all settings to their initial states, except Press
for “Disc Lock” and “Password” from the
Settings menu and “Reset Lamp Hours” from
the Visual Setup menu.
Password
Set your password when you play a disc
protected with a “Disc Lock.”
and check your registration code that is displayed.
and press
files
to start initialization.
Using the numeric keys of the remote control, enter your 6-digit
password in the “Old Password” column. When you enter a
password for the first time, enter “000000”.
Enter a new 6-digit password in the “New Password” column. Enter
the new 6-digit password again for confirmation in the “Confirm
PWD” column.
When you press
, your new password is registered.
If you cannot remember your password, simply enter “000000” in
the “Old Password” column.
Lock:
Disc Lock
If you have locked a disc with the Disc Lock
function, you will need to enter your password Unlock:
to play the disc. You can protect discs from
unauthorized play.
You can lock up to 40 discs.
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Locks playback of the currently inserted disc. You
will need to enter the 6-digit password to play it.
Allows playback of all discs.
Language code list
Abkhazian
6566
Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic
7168
Magyar
7285
Sinhalese
Afar
6565
Gallegan
7176
Malayalam
7776
Slovensky
8373
Afrikaans
6570
Georgian
7565
Maltese
7784
Slovenian
8376
Amharic
6577
Gikuyu; Kikuyu
7573
Manx
7186
Somali
8379
Arabic
6582
Guarani
7178
Maori
7773
Sotho; Southern
8384
Armenian
7289
Gujarati
7185
Marathi
7782
South Ndebele
7882
Assamese
6583
Hausa
7265
Marshallese
7772
Sundanese
8385
Avestan
6569
Herero
7290
Moldavian
7779
Suomi
7073
Aymara
6589
Hindi
7273
Mongolian
7778
Swahili
8387
Azerhaijani
6590
Hiri Motu
7279
Nauru
7865
Swati
8383
Bahasa Melayu
7783
Hrwatski
6779
Navaho; Navajo
7886
Svenska
8386
Bashkir
6665
Ido
7379
Ndebele, North
7868
Tagalog
8476
6669
Interlingua
(International)
7365
Ndebele, South
7882
Tahitian
8489
Bengali
6678
Interlingue
7365
Ndonga
7871
Tajik
8471
Bihari
6672
Inuktitut
7385
Nederlands
7876
Tamil
8465
Bislama
6673
Inupiaq
7375
Nepali
7869
Tatar
8484
Bokmål, Norwegian
7866
Irish
7165
Norsk
7879
Telugu
8469
Bosanski
6683
Íslenska
7383
Northern Sami
8369
Thai
8472
Brezhoneg
6682
Italiano
7384
North Ndebele
7868
Tibetan
6679
Belarusian
8373
6671
Ivrit
7269
Norwegian Nynorsk;
7878
Tigrinya
8473
Burmese
7789
Japanese
7465
Occitan; Provencal
7967
Tonga (Tonga Island)
8479
Castellano, Enpañol
6983
Javanese
7486
Old Bulgarian; Old
Slavonic
6785
Tsonga
8483
Catalán
6765
Kalaallisut
7576
Oriya
7982
Tswana
8478
Chamorro
6772
Kannada
7578
Oromo
7977
Türkçe
8482
Chechen
6769
Kashmiri
7583
Ossetian; Ossetic
7983
Turkmen
8475
Chewa; Chichewa;
Nyanja
7889
Kazakh
7575
Pali
8073
Twi
8487
9072
Kernewek
7587
Panjabi
8065
Uighur
8571
Chuang; Zhuang
9065
Khmer
7577
Persian
7065
Ukurainian
8575
Church Slavic; Slavonic
6785
Kinyarwanda
8287
Polski
8076
Urdu
8582
Chuvash
6786
Kirghiz
7589
Português
8084
Uzbek
8590
Corsican
6779
Komi
7586
Pushto
8083
Vietnamese
8673
6783
Korean
7579
Russian
8285
Volapuk
8679
Dansk
6865
Kuanyama; Kwanyama
7574
Quechua
8185
Walloon
8765
Deutsch
6869
Kurdish
7585
Raeto-Romance
8277
Welsh
6789
Dzongkha
6890
Lao
7679
Romanian
8279
Wolof
8779
English
6978
Latina
7665
Rundi
8278
Xhosa
8872
Esperanto
6979
Latvian
7686
Samoan
8377
Yiddish
8973
Estonian
6984
Letzeburgesch;
7666
Sango
8371
Yoruba
8979
Euskara
6985
limburgan; limburger
7673
Sanskrit
8365
Zulu
9085
6976
Lingala
7678
Sardinian
8367
Faroese
7079
Lithuanian
7684
Serbian
8382
Français
7082
Luxembourgish;
7666
Shona
8378
Frysk
7089
Macedonian
7775
Shqip
8381
Fijian
7074
Malagasy
7771
Sindhi
8368
Settings and
Adjustments
Bulgarian
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“Digital Output” settings and output signals
Playback Disc
“Digital Output” Settings
Stream
PCM
Linear PCM DVD video
DTS bit stream
48 kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
Dolby digital DVD video
Dolby digital bit stream
48 kHz, 16 bit stereo linear PCM
Audio CD, Video CD, SVCD
DTS Audio CD
MP3/WMA disc
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Linear PCM Stereo
DTS DVD video
44.1 kHz, 16 bit stereo linear PCM/48 kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
DTS bit stream
44.1 kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
32/44.1/48 kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
Operations and functions on the
Visual Setup menu
You can adjust the brightness, contrast, and other values of the projected image.
Operations on the Visual Setup menu
1
Press
during projection.
The following menu is displayed.
2
Press
press
Press
press
.
Settings and
Adjustments
3
to select the item to be set, and then
to select the item to be set, and then
to adjust.
• When options are displayed, select a desired option and press
to
enable it.
4
After setup is complete, press
to close the menu.
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Visual Setup menu
Image page
When the color mode is set to “Auto”, you cannot make the setting. sp. 25
Setting Item
Setting Contents
Brightness
Adjusts the image brightness.
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and shade in the images.
Color Saturation
Adjusts the color saturation for the images. (This is not displayed
when a computer is connected.)
Tint
Adjusts the image tint. (This is not displayed when the external
video or computer connected is not NTSC.)
Sharpness
Adjusts the image sharpness.
Color Temp.
Adjusts the entire image tint.
High: Makes the image bluish.
Low: Makes the image reddish.
Auto Iris
Adjusts the light intensity according to the brightness of the
displayed image.
On: Activates Auto Iris.
Off: Deactivates Auto Iris.
Signal page
Setting Item
Setting Contents
Keystone
You can correct keystone distortion in the vertical directions.
sp. 21
Auto Keystone
On: Performs Auto Keystone.
Off: Deactivates Auto Keystone.
Zoom
Adjusts the image size.
Wide: Enlarges the image.
Tele: Reduces the image.
Power Consumption
When the color mode is set to “Auto”, you
cannot make the setting. sp. 25
You can set the Lamp brightness to “ECO” or “Normal”.
Select “ECO” if the images being projected are too bright such as
when projecting images in a dark room or onto a small screen.
When “ECO” is selected, the amount of electricity consumed and
the lamp’s operation life are changes as follows, and fan rotation
noise during projection is reduced. Electrical consumption: about
16% decrease, lamp life: about 1.2 times longer
Resolution
When set to “Auto”, the resolution of the input signal is
automatically identified. If the images cannot be projected correctly
when set to “Auto”, such as when some of the image is missing,
adjust to “Wide” depending on the connected computer for wide
screens, or set to “Normal” for “4:3” or “5:4” screens.
Video Signal
Only displayed when “Video” is selected as the source.
Sets the signal format of the video equipment At the time of purchase, this is set to “Auto” so the video signal is
recognized automatically. If interference appears in the projected
connected to the Video input port.
images or no images appear when you select “Auto”, select the
appropriate signal manually.
Ceiling Projection
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On:
Projects images onto the ceiling using the optional Ceiling
Reflector Kit.
Off: Deactivates the ceiling projection.
Option page
Setting Item
Setting Contents
Mic Input Level
Adjust if the Mic Input Level is too low to hear from the projector’s
speaker, or if the level is too high making the audio crack. When the
Mic Input Level is turned down to “0”, no audio is output from the
speaker.
User Button
You can select the item assigned from the Visual Setup menu with
the remote control's
. By pressing the
the assigned
menu item selection/adjustment screen is displayed, allowing you to
make one-touch settings/adjustments. You can assign one of the
following five items to the
.
Power Consumption, Info, Zoom, Resolution, Ceiling Projection
Child Lock
Use
on.
On:
on the main unit to lock the power-
Starts the Child Lock. To turn the power supply on, hold
down
on the main unit for approximately 5 seconds or
hold down
on the remote control.
Off: Cancels the Child Lock.
High Altitude Mode
Set this mode when you use this unit at high
altitudes.
When using this unit at high altitudes, that is 1500 meters or more
above sea level, turn this mode “On”.
Info page
Item
Contents
Lamp Hours: Total usage time of the lamp. 0H is displayed for 0 to 10 hours. Changes to units of
1 hour at 10 hours and above. The display turns yellow text when it is time to
change the lamp.
Source:
Displays whether standard DVD player images are being projected, or images from
external video equipment or a computer are being projected.
Video Signal:This is displayed when “Video” is selected as the “Source”, and displays the format
of the video signal being input.
Resolution: The resolution is displayed if the “Source” is other than “Video”. The resolution of
image signals from a computer and the component video signals that are being input
are displayed.
Status:
Displays any error information. You may be asked for this information when you
contact your service center.
Reset Lamp
Hours
After you have replaced the unit lamp, initialize the lamp hour settings. The accumulated lamp
operating time is cleared.
Settings and
Adjustments
Information
Displays the
current status.
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Security Functions
Anti-Theft Lock
The projector includes the following security devices to prevent from being stolen.
• Security slot
The security slot is compatible with the Microsaver Security System manufactured by Kensington. You can find details
about the Microsaver Security System on the Kensington homepage
http://www.kensington.com/.
• Security cable installation point
A commercially available theft-prevention wire lock can be passed through the installation point to secure the
projector to a desk or pillar.
Installing the wire lock
Pass an anti-theft wire lock through the handle.
See the documentation supplied with the wire lock for locking instructions.
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
Reading the indicators
You can check the status of this unit using the
indicators on the top panel.
Check each condition in the following table and follow
the steps to remedy the problem.
* If all indicators are not lit, the power cable is not
connected correctly or the unit is not powered.
When the
or
Red
High Temperature
alarm
Orange
indicators flash orange
You can continue
projecting in this state.
Projection stops
automatically if
subsequent high
temperatures are
registered.
Warning
Check the 2 items listed.
• Move this unit away from
the wall at least 20 cm.
• Clean the air filter.
sp. 66
: lit
: flashing
: off
If there is no improvement when
you press
and switch the
power on, discontinue use and
disconnect the power cable from
the electrical outlet. Contact your
local dealer or the nearest address
provided in the Inquiries. sp. 80
Green
Lamp replacement notification
Orange
It is time to replace the lamp. Replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible. Do not continue to
use the lamp in this state, otherwise it may explode. sp. 69
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When
lights on red
Error
: lit
: flashing
: off
Internal failure
Red
Red
Red
Wait for approximately 1 minute and 30 seconds.
Then, disconnect and reconnect the power cable.
If the indicator status does not change when
Disconnect
the power
cable from the electrical
If the error
continues
outlet
contact your dealer.
Wait and
for approximately
1 minute and 30
seconds. Then, disconnect the power cable
from the electrical outlet and contact your local
dealer or the nearest address provided in the
Inquiries. sp. 80
is pressed and the power turned on...
Fan related error/Sensor error
Red
Red
Red
High temperature error
(overheating)
Red
The lamp turns off automatically and
projection stops. Wait for approximately 5
minutes. When the Power indicator color
changes to orange, check for the 3 points
shown at right.
Red
Red
• Move this unit away
from the wall by at
least 20 cm.
• Clean the air filter.
sp. 66
• When using this unit
at high altitudes, that
is 1500 m or more
above sea level, set
“High Altitude Mode”
to “On”. sp. 59
If the indicator status
does not change when
is pressed and the
power turned on...
Lamp error/Lamp failure/Lamp cuts out
Wait for approximately 1 minute and 30 seconds, and check for a blown lamp. sp. 69
Clean the air filter and the air intake vent. sp. 66
The lamp is not broken
Reinsert the lamp then turn on the main
power switch on the main unit.
The lamp is broken
Contact your dealer for further advice. sp. 80
If the condition is not
fixed once the lamp is
re-inserted
When using this unit at high altitudes, that is 1500 m or more above sea level, set “High Altitude Mode”
to “On”. sp. 59
Red
Auto Iris Error
Power Err. (Ballast)
Red
Red
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When the
or
indicators are off
Standing-by
Normal
: lit
: flashing
: off
Shows that the unit is ready to be used.
Orange
Green
Green
During
warming up
(Approx. 30
sec)
In warm-up mode, pressing
has no effect.
Do not unplug the power cable during warm-up. This may reduce the lifespan of the
lamp.
Projection in
Progress
Cooling down
The operation of all remote control and main unit buttons is suspended during cooldown. Enters stand-by mode once cool-down has completed.
Do not unplug the power cable during cool-down. This may reduce the lifespan of
the lamp.
Break
Press
Child Lock
Child Lock is set. sp. 59
Orange
to return to normal playback.
Green
Flashes orange two times
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When the indicators provide no help
If this unit is not functioning normally, check the following notes before requesting repairs. However, if the unit fails to
improve, contact your dealer for advice.
At these times
Power does not turn on
No images appear
Images are fuzzy or out of
focus
Images appear dark
Check here
• Did you press
sp. 18
?
• Disconnect and reconnect the power cable.
sp. 18
• Is the unit cooling down?
sp. 63
• If the indicator goes on and off when you touch the power cable, turn
off the main power switch then disconnect and reconnect the power
cable. If the unit fails to improve, it is possible that the power cable
has been damaged. Stop using the unit, disconnect the power cable
from the electrical outlet, and contact your dealer.
sp. 80
• Is the Child Lock set?
sp. 59
• Is the lens cover closed?
sp. 18
• Is the DVD video region number correct?
sp. 10
• Press
sp. 46
to switch to DVD.
• Is the lamp spent?
sp. 61
• Has the focus been adjusted?
sp. 20
• Is the unit at the correct distance?
sp. 72
• Could there be condensation?
sp. 8
• Is the color mode appropriate to the usage environment?
sp. 25
• Is the lamp due for replacement?
sp. 67
• Is the screensaver running?
sp. 54
The remote control does not • Is the Function/Numerics toggle switch in the [Numeric] (numerical
work
input) position?
• Depending on the disc, certain operations are prohibited.
• Are the batteries dead, or have the batteries been inserted incorrectly?
There is no audio or it is too • Has the volume been adjusted to the minimum setting?
low.
• Is the Mic Input Level turned up too high?
• Is mute mode active? Press
The audio distorts
.
sp. 16
sp. 20
sp. 59
sp. 18
Is the volume too loud?
sp. 20
• Is the Mic Input Level turned down too low?
• The projector is compatible with a dynamic mic. It does not support
plug-in-power type.
The audio/subtitle language • If multiple languages are not recorded on the disc, they cannot be
cannot be changed
changed.
sp. 49
sp. 59
-
• Depending on the disc, there are some types that can only be changed
from the DVD menu.
-
• If there are no subtitles on the disc, they are not displayed.
-
• Is the subtitle language set to “OFF”?
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sp. 26
• Is the lens cover closed?
No sound can be heard from • Is the microphone connected correctly?
the microphone
Disconnect the cable from the Mic Input Port, and then reconnect the
cable.
Subtitles do not appear
Reference
page
sp. 36
When using external video or computer mode
At these times
No images appear
“Signal not supported” is
displayed
“No signal.” is displayed
The signal is distorted
Check here
Reference
page
• Is the power for the connected equipment turned on?
Switch on the power to the connected equipment, or start playback
depending on the playback method for the connected equipment.
sp. 46
• When external video equipment is connected
If projection is disabled even when the “Video Signal” is set to
“Auto” in the Visual Setup menu, set the signal format that is
appropriate to the device.
sp. 58
• When a computer is connected
Are the resolution and refresh rate modes for the image signal
compatible with the unit?
Use the computer’s documentation and so on to check and change the
resolution and the refresh rate for the image signal being output by
the computer.
sp. 73
• Are the cables connected correctly?
sp. 43 - 45
• Is the power for the connected equipment turned on? Turn on the
power for the connected equipment. Press the playback button
according to the connected video equipment.
sp. 46
• Is a laptop computer or a computer with a built-in LCD screen
connected?
Change the image signal's output destination from the computer.
sp. 47
• Press
sp. 46
to switch to DVD.
• If an extension cable is used, electrical interference may affect the
signals. Connect amplification equipment and check.
• Is the computer’s image signal resolution mode compatible with the
unit?
Use the computer’s documentation and so on to check and change the
resolution for the image signal being output by the computer.
• Press the
Image is truncated (large) or • The unit automatically recognizes the aspect ratio appropriate to
small
input signals and projects images. If the aspect ratio is not selected
• Press the
sp. 73
button on the remote control if interference or
flickering appear in the computer image being projected. “Running
Auto Setup···” is displayed and synchronization, tracking, and
position are automatically adjusted.
correctly, press
input signal.
-
and select the aspect ratio appropriate to the
-
sp. 40
button on the remote control if part of the computer
Appendix
image being projected is missing. “Running Auto Setup···” is
displayed and synchronization, tracking, and position are
automatically adjusted.
-
Image colors are not right
In the Visual Setup menu, set the “Video Signal” to the signal format
appropriate to the device.
sp. 58
Moving images being
played back by the
computer become black
Change the computer’s image signal to external output only.
s Check the “Documentation” supplied with the computer for more
information, or inquire to the computer’s manufacturer.
-
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Maintenance
This section describes maintenance tasks such as cleaning the unit and replacing consumable parts.
Caution
Before starting the maintenance, unplug the power cable from the electrical outlet.
Cleaning
Cleaning the air filter and air
intake vent
When dust builds up on the air filter or the air intake
vent, or the message “The unit is overheating. Make sure
nothing is blocking the air vent, and clean or replace the
air filter.” is displayed, remove any dust from the air
filter and the air intake vent using a vacuum cleaner.
• If dust collects on the air filter or the air intake vent it can
cause the internal temperature of the unit to rise, and this
can lead to operation problems and a shortening of the
service life of optical parts. It is recommended that you
clean these parts at least once every three months. Clean
them more often than this if the unit is used in particularly
dusty environments.
• Do not rinse the air filter in water. Do not use detergents or
solvents.
Cleaning the main unit
Clean the surface by wiping it gently with a soft cloth.
If the unit is particularly dirty, moisten a cloth with
water containing a small amount of neutral detergent,
firmly wring the cloth dry, wipe the unit softly with the
Do not use volatile substances such as wax, alcohol, or thinner
to clean the unit's surface. These can cause the unit to warp
and make the coating finish peel off.
cloth to remove stains, and then wipe it again with a
soft, dry cloth.
Cleaning the projection lens
Use a commercially available cloth for cleaning glasses
to gently wipe the lens.
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Do not rub the lens with harsh materials or subject the lens to
impact shock, as it is fragile.
Consumables replacement period
Air filter replacement period
When the air filter gets dirty or is broken
Lamp replacement period
• The message “Replace the lamp” appears on the screen when projection starts.
• The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate.
• In order to maintain the initial brightness and image quality, the lamp replacement message is displayed after about
3900 hours of use has passed. The time at which this message is displayed will vary depending on the color mode
settings and the conditions under which this unit has been used.
• If you continue to use the lamp after this period, the possibility of the lamp breaking becomes greater. When the lamp
replacement message appears, replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible, even if it is still working.
• Do not turn the projector on immediately after turning it off. Turning the projector on and off frequently may shorten
the life of the lamp.
• Depending on the characteristics of the lamp and on the way it has been used, the lamp may become darker or stop
working before the lamp warning message appears. You should always have a spare lamp ready in case it is needed.
Optional Accessories and Consumables
The following optional accessories and consumables are available for purchase if required. This list of optional
accessories is applicable as of August, 2009. Details of accessories are subject to change without notice and
availability may vary depending on the country or area of purchase.
Consumables
Replacement lamp ELPLP56
Air filter ELPAF26
(Lamp x1)
Use as a replacement for used lamps.
(Air filter x1)
Use as a replacement for used air filters.
Optional accessories
50” portable screen ELPSC06
HD-15 cable ELPKC02
60” portable screen ELPSC07
(1.8 m - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/mini D-Sub 15-pin)
80” portable screen ELPSC08
HD-15 cable ELPKC09
100” screen ELPSC10
A compact screen which can be carried easily.
(Aspect ratio 4:3)
(3 m - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/mini D-Sub 15-pin)
HD-15 PC cable ELPKC10
Appendix
(20 m - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/mini D-Sub 15-pin)
Use to connect the unit to a computer.
Component video cable ELPKC19
(3 m - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/RCA male x 3)
Use to connect a component video source.
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How to replace consumables
Replacing the air filter
Dispose of used air filters properly in accordance with your local
regulations.
Filter: Polypropylene
Frames: ABS resin
1
2
Turn the power switch off and when a short beep sounds,
unplug the power cable.
Remove the air filter cover.
Lift up the
handle, place
your finger on
the tab, and lift
it upwards.
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3
Take out the old air filter.
4
Install the new air filter.
5
Install the filter cover.
Replacing the lamp
Caution
The lamp is hot immediately after use. Once the power has been switched off,
allow approximately one hour to pass before replacing the lamp to allow it to cool
thoroughly.
1
2
Turn the power switch off, and when a short beep sounds,
unplug the power cable.
Loosen the screws of the lamp cover attachment using the
screwdriver that supplied with the replacement lamp. Slide
the lamp cover toward you, and then lift it up to remove it.
Loosen the lamp attachment screws.
4
Take out the old lamp.
5
Install the new lamp.
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3
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6
Tighten the lamp attachment screws firmly.
7
Install the lamp cover.
• Install the lamp and the lamp cover securely. If the lamp or the lamp cover is not
installed correctly, this unit will be turned off as a safety precaution.
• This product includes a lamp component that contains mercury (Hg). Please
consult your local regulations regarding disposal or recycling.
Do not dispose of it with normal waste.
Resetting the lamp operating time
After the lamp has been replaced, make sure you initialize the Lamp Hours
setting.
The unit has a built-in counter that keeps track of the lamp operating time and
the lamp replacement message is displayed based on this counter.
1
2
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Connect the power cable, and press
.
Press
and when the menu appears, set the “Info” to
“Reset Lamp Hours”.
3
Select “Yes” and press
to initialize the setting.
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Projection Distance and Screen Size
Refer to the following table and place the unit in a position which allows the best possible projection for the size of the
screen. Values are just reference.
Units: cm
16:9 Screen Size
30”
40”
60”
80”
100”
120”
150”
200”
66 x 37
89 x 50
130 x 75
180 x 100
220 x 120
270 x 150
330 x 190
400 x 250
Projection Distance
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
(Zoom Adjustment Wide)
(Zoom Adjustment Tele) (Zoom Adjustment Wide)
(Zoom Adjustment Tele)
89 - 121
0-6
119 - 162
-1 - 8
180 - 244
-1 - 12
241 - 326
-1 - 16
302 - 408
-2 - 20
363 - 491
-2 - 23
454 - 614
-2 - 29
606 - 820
-3 - 39
Units: cm
4:3 Screen Size
30”
40”
60”
80”
100”
120”
150”
61 x 46
81 x 61
120 x 90
160 x 120
200 x 150
240 x 180
300 x 230
Projection Distance
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
(Zoom Adjustment Wide)
(Zoom Adjustment Tele) (Zoom Adjustment Wide)
(Zoom Adjustment Tele)
109 - 148
-1 - 7
146 - 198
-1 - 10
221 - 299
-1 - 14
295 - 400
-2 - 19
370 - 500
-2 - 24
445 - 601
-2 - 29
556 - 752
-3 - 36
Units: cm
16:10 Screen Size
30”
40”
60”
80”
100”
120”
150”
200”
65 x 40
86 x 54
130 x 81
170 x 110
220 x 130
260 x 160
320 x 200
430 x 270
Projection Distance
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
(Zoom Adjustment Wide) - (Zoom Adjustment Tele) (Zoom Adjustment Wide) - (Zoom Adjustment Tele)
96 - 131
-1 - 6
129 - 175
-1 - 8
195 - 264
-1 - 13
261 - 353
-2 - 17
326 - 442
-2 - 21
392 - 531
-2 - 25
491 - 664
-3 - 32
656 - 886
-4 - 42
Screen
90°
Center of lens
72
is the distance from
the lens center to the
bottom of the screen.
Compatible Resolution List
Composite video
Units: Dots
Signal
Resolution
TV (NTSC)
TV (PAL, SECAM)
Aspect Mode
Normal
Full
Zoom
720 x 480
720 x 360 *
720 x 540
(4:3)
960 x 540
(16:9)
960 x 540
(16:9)
720 x 576
720 x 432 *
720 x 540
(4:3)
960 x 540
(16:9)
960 x 540
(16:9)
* Letterbox signal
Component video
Units: Dots
Signal
Resolution
SDTV (480i, 60Hz)
Aspect Mode
Normal
Full
Zoom
720 x 480
720 x 360 *
720 x 540
(4:3)
960 x 540
(16:9)
960 x 540
(16:9)
SDTV (576i, 50Hz)
720 x 576
720 x 432 *
720 x 540
(4:3)
960 x 540
(16:9)
960 x 540
(16:9)
SDTV (480p)
720 x 480
720 x 360 *
720 x 540
(4:3)
960 x 540
(16:9)
960 x 540
(16:9)
SDTV (576p)
720 x 576
720 x 432 *
720 x 540
(4:3)
960 x 540
(16:9)
960 x 540
(16:9)
HDTV (720p) 16:9
1280 x 720
960 x 540
(16:9)
-
-
HDTV (1080i) 16:9
1920 x 1080
960 x 540
(16:9)
-
-
* Letterbox signal
HDMI
Units: Dots
Signal
Resolution
VGA60
Aspect Mode
Full
Zoom
640 x 480
640 x 360 *
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SDTV(480i,60Hz)
720 x 480
720 x 360 *
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SDTV(576i,50Hz)
720 x 576
720 x 432 *
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SDTV(480p)
720 x 480
720 x 360 *
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SDTV(576p)
720 x 576
720 x 432 *
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SVGA60
800 x 600
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
XGA60
1024 x 768
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
HDTV(720p)
1280 x 720
960 x 540
-
-
WXGA60
1280 x 800
864 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SXGA2_60
1280 x 960
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
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Signal
Resolution
SXGA3_60
Aspect Mode
Normal
Full
Zoom
1280 x 1024
675 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
HDTV(1080i)
1920 x 1080
960 x 540
-
-
HDTV(1080p,50Hz)
1920 x 1080
960 x 540
-
-
HDTV(1080i,60Hz)
1920 x 1080
960 x 540
-
-
* Letterbox signal
Computer image
Units: Dots
Signal
Resolution
VGA60/72/75/85,
iMac * 1
Aspect Mode
Normal
Full
Zoom
640 x 480
640 x 360 * 2
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SVGA56/60/72/75/85,
iMac * 1
800 x 600
800 x 450 * 2
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
XGA60/70/75/85,
iMac * 1
1024 x 768
1024 x 576 * 2
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SXGA1_70/75
1152 x 864
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
WXGA60/75/85
1280 x 800
864 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
WXGA60-1
1280 x 768
900 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
WXGA60-2
1360 x 768
956 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SXGA2_60
1280 x 960
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
SXGA3_60/75/85
1280 x 1024
675 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
MAC13”
640 x 480
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
MAC16”
832 x 624
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
MAC19”
1024 x 768
720 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
MAC21”
1152 x 870
715 x 540
960 x 540
960 x 540
* 1 You cannot connect to models where the VGA output port is not installed.
* 2 Letterbox signals
Even when signals other than those mentioned above are input, it is likely that the image can be projected. However, not
all functions may be supported.
Small characters, and so on may not be visible.
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Compatible MPEG format list
Extension
.AVI
Video Codec
Audio Codec
MPEG-1/MPEG-2/ MPEG- PCM/ADPCM/MPEG/
4(Advanced Simple Profile) MP3/WMA/AC3/DTS
Resolution
PAL: 25 Hz 720 x 576 or less
NTSC: 30Hz 720 x 480 or less
.VID/.DIV/
MPEG-4(Advanced Simple
.DIVX(Home Theater)/ Profile)
.XVID
PCM/ADPCM/MPEG/
MP3/WMA/AC3/DTS
PAL: 25 Hz 720 x 576 or less
NTSC: 30Hz 720 x 480 or less
.MPE/ .MPG/ .MPEG
MPEG-1/ MPEG-2
PCM/ADPCM/LPCM/
MPEG/MP3/WMA/
AC3/DTS
PAL: 25 Hz 720 x 576 or less
NTSC: 30Hz 720 x 480 or less
.DAT
MPEG-1
MPEG I or II /layer II
PAL: 25Hz 352 x 288/704 x 576
NTSC: 30Hz 352 x 240/704 x 480
.VOB
MPEG-2
PCM/ADPCM/LPCM/
MPEG/MP3/WMA/
AC3/DTS
PAL: 25Hz 720 x 576
NTSC: 30Hz 720 x 480
The file format must meet the following requirements
• Resolution: up to 720 x 576
• GMC (global motion compensation) point: Up to one
• Bit rate: CD: 5.6 Mbps
DVD: 19Mbps
USB: 5.57 Mbps (However, this may be slower depending on the performance of the USB storage.)
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Specifications
Product name
EH-DM3
Dimensions
335W x 136H x 239D mm (Including projections)
Panel size
0.54” wide
Display method
Polysilicon TFT active matrix
Resolution
518,400 pixels (960W x 540H dots) x 3
Focus adjustment
Manual
Zoom adjustment
Digital type (Approx. 1:1.35)
Lamp (light
source)
UHE lamp, 200W, Model No.: ELPLP56
Power supply
100 - 240VAC +/-10%, 50/60Hz, 3.5-1.5A
Power
consumption
100 to 120VAC area Operating: 310 W
Standby: 0.3 W
200 to 240VAC area Operating: 292 W
Standby: 0.4 W
Operating altitude
Altitude: 0 m to 2286 m
Operating
temperature
+5 to +35ºC (No condensation)
Storage
temperature
-10 to +60ºC (No condensation)
Mass
Approximately 4.2 kg
Input
Connectors
Output
Speakers
Audio port
1
RCA pin jack
Video port
1
RCA pin jack
Component port
1
RCA pin jack
Computer port
1
Mini D-Sub 15-pin
HDMI input port
1
HDMI
Mic Input Port
1
Stereo mini jack
USB port
1
Type A
Digital Coaxial Audio-Out 1
port
RCA pin jack
Headphone jack
3.5 mm mini-jack
1
Maximum input 10W, Rated impedance 8 Ω ohms
Analog
audio
output
1 speaker system:Practical, maximum output 10W + 10W (10% THD)
1 headphone system: 25 mW/32 Ω ohms
Dynamic range: 70 dB or more
Audio output
Digital
audio
output
Digital coaxial output
* The USB ports may not accept all USB-compatible devices.
Tilted angle
The unit may fail or may cause an accident if it is tilted more than 30 degrees.
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DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or
CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers
We
: Epson America, INC.
Located at
: 3840 Kilroy Airport Way
MS:3-13
Long Beach, CA 90806
Tel
: 562-290-5254
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein, complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the
FCC rules as a Class B digital device. Each product marketed, is identical to the representative unit tested
and found to be compliant with the standards. Records maintained continue to reflect the equipment being
produced can be expected to be within the variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on a
statistical basis as required by 47CFR 2.909. Operation is subject to the following two conditions :(1) this
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Trade Name
: Epson
Type of Product
: Projector
Model
: H319C
FCC Compliance Statement
For United States Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures.
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
•
•
•
•
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WARNING
The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this equipment will invalidate the FCC
Certification or Declaration of this device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits
established by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a shielded
equipment interface cable with this device. If this equipment has more than one interface connector, do not
leave cables connected to unused interfaces. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Glossary
HDMI
YCbCr
An abbreviated form of "High-Definition Multimedia
Interface", which is the digital transmission standard for
transmitting images and sound using one cable. The HDMI
has been established primarily for digital home appliances and
PCs, and this standard allows high-quality image signal
transmission without signal compression. It also has a digital
signal encryption function.
A transmission signal in the color bar signal waveform for the
current TV set (NTSC system). Expressed by Y (brightness
signal) CbCr (chromatin (color) signal).
HDTV
An abbreviated form of “High-Definition Television system”
to be applied to a high-definition TV set that can satisfy the
following requirements:
-Vertical resolution 720p or 1080i or higher (where, “p” refers
to progressive scan, and “i” refers to interlace scan)
-16:9 screen aspect ratio
YPbPr
A transmission signal in the color bar signal waveform for HiVision. Expressed by Y (brightness signal) PbPr (color
difference signal).
Aspect
The ratio between an image’s length and its height. HDTV
images have an aspect ratio of 16:9 and appear elongated. The
aspect ratio for standard images is 4:3. This unit can
automatically detect the aspect ratio of a disc when it is played
back.
JPEG
Coaxial digital output
A file format used for saving image files. Most photographs
taken with digital cameras are saved in the JPEG format.
Converts the audio signal into a digital signal and enables it to
be transmitted along coaxial cable.
MP3
Playback control (PBC)
The abbreviated form of “MPEG1 Audio Layer-3”, a standard
for audio compression. It enables the size of the data to be
greatly reduced, whilst maintaining a high sound quality.
A method for playing back Video CDs. You can select the
screen or information you want to see from the menu screen
displayed.
NTSC
Disc related terms
The abbreviated form of the “National Television Standards
Committee”, and given to one of the analog color television
wave transmission systems. This system is used in Japan, the
USA and Latin America.
Title/Chapter/Track
One movie on a DVD is divided into units called titles, which
may contain any number of chapters.
PAL
The abbreviated form of “Phase Alternation by Line”, and
given to one of the analog color television wave transmission
systems. This system is used in China, Western Europe, with
the exception of France, and in other African and Asian
countries.
DVD video
Title 1
Chapter 1
Title 2
Chapter 2
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
SDTV
An abbreviated form of “Standard Definition Television”, and
given to the standard TV broadcasting system that does not
satisfy the HDTV requirements.
Video and Audio CDs are divided into units called tracks.
SECAM
The abbreviated form of “SEquential Couleur A Memoire”,
and given to one of the analog color television wave
transmission systems. This system is used in France, Eastern
Europe, the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and some
African nations.
WMA
The abbreviated form of “Windows Media Audio”, an audio
compression technology developed by the Microsoft
Corporation of America. You can encode WMA data using
Windows Media Player Ver.7, 7.1, Windows Media Player for
Windows XP, or the Windows Media Player 9 Series.
When encoding WMA files, please use applications that have
been certified by the Microsoft Corporation of America. If you
use an application that has not been certified, it is possible that
it may not operate correctly.
78
Video CD/Audio CD
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Index
A
O
Audio page ................................................................................ 54
Auto Setup ................................................................................ 65
Option page ...............................................................................59
Optional accessories ..................................................................67
OSD Language ..........................................................................53
Others page ................................................................................54
Overheating ...............................................................................62
B
Break ......................................................................................... 25
Brightness ................................................................................. 58
C
Chapter ...................................................................................... 78
Child lock .................................................................................. 59
Cleaning the air filter and air intake vent .................................. 66
Cleaning the main unit .............................................................. 66
Cleaning the projection lens ...................................................... 66
Color Mode ............................................................................... 25
Color Saturation ........................................................................ 58
Computer input port ............................................................ 44, 45
Consumables ............................................................................. 67
Contrast ..................................................................................... 58
D
Digital Output ........................................................................... 54
Disc Lock .................................................................................. 54
DivX .......................................................................................... 29
DivX VOD ................................................................................ 54
F
Focus ring .................................................................................. 20
H
Headphones ......................................................................... 48, 49
High Altitude Mode .................................................................. 59
P
Password ....................................................................................54
PBC (playback control) .............................................................27
Playback information screen .....................................................37
R
Remote Control .........................................................................15
Replacing the air filter ...............................................................68
Replacing the lamp ....................................................................69
Resetting the lamp operating time .............................................70
S
Sharpness ...................................................................................58
Signal page ................................................................................58
Source ........................................................................................59
Standing-by ................................................................................63
T
Tint ............................................................................................58
Title ............................................................................................78
Track ..........................................................................................78
TV tuner .....................................................................................43
U
USB .....................................................................................11, 42
I
V
Image page ................................................................................ 58
Indicators ................................................................................... 61
Info page ................................................................................... 59
Inserting the batteries ................................................................ 16
Video input port .........................................................................43
Video Signal ..............................................................................58
Volume ......................................................................................20
L
Lamp replacement period ......................................................... 67
Lamp-Hours .............................................................................. 59
Language page .......................................................................... 53
W
WMA .........................................................................................29
Z
Zoom ..........................................................................................20
M
Menu ......................................................................................... 26
Mic Input Port ........................................................................... 49
MP3 ........................................................................................... 29
MP3/JPEG NAV ....................................................................... 54
Mute .......................................................................................... 25
N
Night Mode ............................................................................... 54
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Inquiries
This address list is current as of the 2nd of July, 2008.
A more up-to-date contact address can be obtained from the corresponding website listed here. If you do not find what
you need on any of these pages, please visit the main Epson home page at www.epson.com.
< EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA >
ALBANIA :
INFOSOFT SYSTEM
Gjergji Center, Rr Murat Toptani
Tirana 04000 - Albania
Tel: 00 355 42 511 80/ 81/ 82/ 83
Fax: 00355 42 329 90
Web Address:
http://content.epson.it/about/int_services.htm
AUSTRIA :
EPSON DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
Buropark Donau Inkustrasse 1-7 / Stg. 8 / 1.
OG
A-3400 Klosterneuburg
Tel: +43 (0) 2243 - 40 181 - 0
Fax: +43 (0) 2243 - 40 181 - 30
Web Address:
http://www.epson.at
BELGIUM :
EPSON Europe B.V.
Branch office Belgium
Belgicastraat 4 - Keiberg
B-1930 Zaventem
Tel: +32 2/ 7 12 30 10
Fax: +32 2/ 7 12 30 20
Hotline: 070 350120
Web Address:
http://www.epson.be
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA :
KIMTEC d.o.o.
Poslovni Centar 96-2
72250 Vitez
Tel: 00387 33 639 887
Fax: 00387 33 755 995
Web Address:
http://content.epson.it/about/int_services.htm
BULGARIA :
EPSON Service Center Bulgaria
c/o ProSoft Central Service
Akad. G. Bonchev SRT. bl.6
1113 Sofia
Tel: 00359 2 979 30 75
Fax: 00359 2 971 31 79
Email: info@prosoft.bg
Web Address:
http://www.prosoft.bg
CROATIA :
RECRO d.d.
Avenija V. Holjevca 40
10 000 Zagreb
Tel: 00385 1 3650774
Fax: 00385 1 3650798
Web Address:
http://content.epson.it/about/int_services.htm
CYPRUS :
TECH-U SERVICES LTD
2 Papaflessa Str 2235 Latsia
Tel: 00357 22 69 4000
Fax: 00357 22490240
Web Address:
http://content.epson.it/about/int_services.htm
CZECH REPUBLIC :
EPSON EUROPE B.V.
Branch Office Czech Republic
Slavickova 1a 63800 Brno
E-mail: infoline@epson.cz
Web Address:
http://www.epson.cz
Hotline: 800 142 052
80
DENMARK :
EPSON Denmark
Generatorvej 8 C 2730 Herlev
Tel: 44508585
Fax: 44508586
Email: denmark@epson.co.uk
Web Address:
http://www.epson.dk
Hotline: 70279273
ESTONIA :
EPSON Service Center Estonia
c/o Kulbert Ltd.
Sirge 4, 10618
Tallinn
Tel: 00372 671 8160
Fax: 00372 671 8161
Web Address:
http://www.epson.ee
FINLAND :
Epson (UK) Ltd.
Rajatorpantie 41 C FI-01640 Vantaa
Web Address:
http://www.epson.fi
Hotline: 0201 552091
FRANCE & DOM-TOM TERRITORY :
EPSON France S.A.
150 rue Victor Hugo BP 320
92305 LEVALLOIS PERRET CEDEX
Web Address:
http://www.epson.fr
Hotline: 0821017017
GERMANY :
EPSON Deutschland GmbH
Otto-Hahn-Strasse 4 D-40670 Meerbusch
Tel: +49-(0)2159-538 0
Fax: +49-(0)2159-538 3000
Web Address:
http://www.epson.de
Hotline: 01805 2341 10
GREECE :
EPSON Italia s.p.a.
274 Kifisias Avenue –15232 Halandri Greece
Tel: +30 210 6244314
Fax: +30 210 68 28 615
Email:
epson@information-center.gr
Web Address:
http://content.epson.it/about/int_services.htm
HUNGARY :
EPSON EUROPE B.V.
Branch Office Hungary
Infopark setany 1.
H-1117 Budapest
Hotline: 06 800 14 783
E-mail: infoline@epson.hu
Web Address: www.epson.hu
IRELAND :
Epson (UK) Ltd.
Campus 100, Maylands Avenue
Hemel Hempstead Herts HP2 7TJ
U.K.Techn.
Web Address:
http://www.epson.ie
Hotline: 01 679 9015
ITALY :
EPSON Italia s.p.a.
Via M. Vigano de Vizzi, 93/95
20092 Cinisello Balsamo (MI)
Tel: +39 06. 660321
Fax: +39 06. 6123622
Web Address:
http://www.epson.it
Hotline: 02 26830058
KAZAKHSTAN :
EPSON Kazakhstan Rep Office
Gogolya street, 39, Office 707
050002, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Phone +3272 (727) 259 01 44
Fax +3272 (727) 259 01 45
Web Address:
http://www.epson.ru
LATVIA :
EPSON Service Center Latvia
c/o ServiceNet LV
Jelgavas 36
1004 Riga
Tel.: 00 371 746 0399
Fax: 00 371 746 0299
Web Address: www.epson.lv
LITHUANIA :
EPSON Service Center Lithuania
c/o ServiceNet
Gaiziunu 3
50128 Kaunas
Tel.: 00 370 37 400 160
Fax: 00 370 37 400 161
Web Address: www.epson.lt
LUXEMBURG :
EPSON DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
Branch office Belgium
Belgicastraat 4-Keiberg
B-1930 Zaventem
Tel: +32 2/ 7 12 30 10
Fax: +32 2/ 7 12 30 20
Hotline: 0900 43010
Web Address:
http://www.epson.be
MACEDONIAN :
DIGIT COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Bul. Partizanski Odredi 62 Vlez II mezanin
1000 Skopie
Tel: 00389 2 3093393
Fax: 00389 2 3093393
Web Address:
http://content.epson.it/about/int_services.htm
NETHERLANDS :
EPSON Europe B.V.
Benelux sales office
Entrada 701
NL-1096 EJ Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 20 592 65 55
Fax: +31 20 592 65 66
Hotline: 0900 5050808
Web Address:
http://www.epson.nl
NORWAY :
EPSON NORWAY
Lilleakerveien 4 oppgang 1A
N-0283 Oslo NORWAY
Hotline: 815 35 180
Web Address:
http://www.epson.no
POLAND :
EPSON EUROPE B.V.
Branch Office Poland
ul. Bokserska 66
02-690 Warszawa
Poland
Hotline:(0) 801-646453
Web Address:
http://www.epson.pl
PORTUGAL :
EPSON Portugal
R. Gregorio Lopes, nº 1514 Restelo 1400-195
Lisboa
Tel: 213035400
Fax: 213035490
Hotline: 707 222 000
Web Address:
http://www.epson.pt
SLOVAKIA :
EPSON EUROPE B.V. Branch Office
Czech Republic
Slavickova 1a
638 00 Brno
Hotline: 0850 111 429 (national costs)
Email: infoline@epson.sk
Web Address:
http://www.epson.sk
SLOVENIA :
BIROTEHNA d.o.o
Litijska Cesta 259
1261 Ljubljana - Dobrunje
Tel: 00 386 1 5853 410
Fax: 00386 1 5400130
Web Address:
http://content.epson.it/about/int_services.htm
SPAIN :
ROMANIA :
EPSON EUROPE B.V.
Branch Office Romania
Strada Ion Urdareanu nr. 34
Sector 5, 050688 Bucuresti
Tel: 00 40 21 4025024
Fax: 00 40 21 4025020
Web Address:
http://www.epson.ro
Russia :
EPSON CIS
Schepkina street, 42, Bldg 2A, 2nd floor
129110, Moscow, Russia
Phone +7 (495) 777-03-55
Fax +7 (495) 777-03-57
Web Address:
http://www.epson.ru
Ukraine:
EPSON Kiev Rep Office
Pimonenko street, 13, Bldg 6A, Office 15
04050, Kiev, Ukraine
Phone +38 (044) 492 9705
Fax +38 (044) 492 9706
Web Address:
http://www.epson.ru
EPSON Iberica, S.A.
Av. de Roma, 18-26
08290 Cerdanyola del valles
Barcelona
Tel: 93 582 15 00
Fax: 93 582 15 55
Hotline: 902 28 27 26
Web Address:
http://www.epson.es
SWEDEN :
Epson Sweden
Box 329 192 30 Sollentuna Sweden
Tel: 0771-400134
Web Address:
http://www.epson.se
SWIZERLAND :
EPSON DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
Branch office Switzerland
Riedmuehlestrasse 8 CH-8305 Dietlikon
Tel: +41 (0) 43 255 70 20
Fax: +41 (0) 43 255 70 21
Hotline: 0848448820
Web Address:
http://www.epson.ch
SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO :
BS PROCESSOR d.o.o.
Hazdi Nikole Zivkovica 2
Beograd - 11000 - F.R. Jugoslavia
Tel: 00 381 11 328 44 88
Fax: 00 381 11 328 18 70
Web Address:
http://content.epson.it/about/int_services.htm
TURKEY :
TECPRO
Sti. Telsizler mah. Zincirlidere cad.
No: 10 Kat 1/2 Kagithane 34410
Istanbul
Tel: 0090 212 2684000
Fax: 0090212 2684001
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.tr
Info: bilgi@epsonerisim.com
Web Address:
http://www.epson.tr
UK :
Epson (UK) Ltd.
Campus 100, Maylands Avenue
Hemel Hempstead Herts HP2 7TJ
Tel: (01442) 261144
Fax: (01442) 227227
Hotline: 08704437766
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.uk
AFRICA :
Contact your dealer
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.uk/welcome/
welcome_africa.htm
or
http://www.epson.fr/bienvenu.htm
SOUTH AFRICA :
Epson South Africa
Grnd. Flr. Durham Hse, Block 6
Fourways Office Park
Cnr. Fourways Blvd. & Roos Str.
Fourways, Gauteng. South Africa.
Tel: +27 11 201 7741
/ 0860 337766
Fax: +27 11 465 1542
Email: support@epson.co.za
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.za
MIDDLE EAST :
Epson (Middle East)
P.O. Box: 17383 Jebel Ali Free Zone Dubai
UAE(United Arab Emirates)
Tel: +971 4 88 72 1 72
Fax: +971 4 88 18 9 45
Email: supportme@epson.co.uk
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.uk welcome/
welcome_africa.htm
< NORTH, CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEANI ISLANDS >
CANADA :
Epson Canada, Ltd.
3771 Victoria Park Avenue
Scarborough, Ontario
CANADA M1W 3Z5
Tel: 905-709-9475
or 905-709-3839
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com
MEXICO :
EPSON Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Boulevard Manuel Avila Camacho 389
Edificio 1, Conjunto Legaria
Col. Irrigación, C.P. 11500
México, DF
Tel: (52 55) 1323-2052
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.mx
U. S. A. :
Epson America, Inc.
3840 Kilroy Airport Way
Long Beach, CA 90806
Tel: 562-276-4394
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com
COSTA RICA (Ecuador) :
EPSON Costa Rica.
De la Embajada Americana,
200 Sur y 200 Oeste
Apartado Postal 1361-1200 Pavas
San Jose, Costa Rica
Tel: (506) 2210-9555
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.cr
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< SOUTH AMERICA >
ARGENTINA (Paraguay, Uruguay) :
EPSON Argentina SRL.
Ave. Belgrano 964
1092, Buenos Aires, Argentina Tel: (54 11)
5167-0300
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.ar
BRAZIL :
EPSON Do Brasil
Av. Tucunaré, 720
Tamboré Barueri,
Sao Paulo, SP Brazil 0646-0020,
Tel: (55 11) 3956-6868
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.br
CHILE (Bolivia) :
EPSON Chile S.A.
La Concepción 322 Piso 3
Providencia, Santiago,Chile
Tel: (562) 230-9500
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.cl
COLOMBIA :
EPSON Colombia LTD.
Calle 100 No 21-64 Piso 7
Bogota, Colombia
Tel: (57 1) 523-5000
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.co
PERU :
EPSON Peru S.A.
Av. Canaval y Moreyra 590
San Isidro, Lima, 27, Perú
Tel: (51 1) 418 0210
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.pe
VENEZUELA (Dominican Republic,
Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados, Aruba,
Curacao ) :
EPSON Venezuela S.A.
Calle 4 con Calle 11-1
Edf. Epson La Urbina Sur Caracas, Venezuela
Tel: (58 212) 240-1111
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.ve
< ASIA & OCEANIA >
AUSTRALIA :
EPSON AUSTRALIA PTYLIMITED
3, Talavera Road, N.Ryde NSW 2113,
AUSTRALIA
Tel: 1300 361 054
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.au
CHINA :
EPSON (BEIJING) TECHNOLOGY
SERVICE CO.,LTD.
1F,A. The Chengjian Plaza NO.18
Beitaipingzhuang Rd.,Haidian District,Beijing,
China
Zip code: 100088
Tel: (86-10) 82255566
Fax: (86-10) 82255123
EPSON (BEIJING) TECHNOLOGY
SERVICE CO.,LTD.SHANGHAI
BRANCH
4F,Bldg 27,No.69 ,Gui Qing Rd Cao Hejing,
Shanghai, China
ZIP code: 200233
Tel: (86-21) 64851485
Fax: (86-21)64851475
EPSON (BEIJING) TECHNOLOGY
SERVICE CO.,LTD.GUANGZHOU
BRANCH
ROOM 311 Xinyuan Mansion 898 Tianhe
North,Guangzhou,China
Zip code: 510898
Tel: (86-20) 38182156
Fax: (86-20) 38182155
EPSON (BEIJING) TECHNOLOGY
SERVICE CO.,LTD.CHENDU BRANCH
ROOM2803B, Unit, Times Plaza, NO.2,
Zongfu Road, Chengdu, China
Zip code: 610016
Tel: (86-28) 86727703
Fax: (86-28)86727702
HONGKONG :
Epson Service Centre HONG KONG
Unit 517, Trade Square,
681 Cheung Sha Wan Road,
Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon,
HONG KONG
Support Hotline: (852) 2827 8911
Fax: (852) 2827 4383
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.hk
INDIA:
EPSON INDIA PVT. LTD.
12th Floor, The Millenia, Tower A, No. 1
Murphy Road, Ulsoor, Bangalore 560 008
India
Tel: 1800 425 0011
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.in
82
INDONESIA:
PT. EPSON INDONESIA
Wisma Kyoei Prince, 16th Floor,
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 3,
Jakarta, Indonesia
Tel: 021 5724350
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.id
JAPAN :
SEIKO EPSON
CORPORATION
SHIMAUCHI PLANT
VI Customer Support Group:
4897 Shimauchi, Matsumoto-shi, Nagano-ken,
390-8640 JAPAN
Tel: 0263-48-5438
Fax: 0263-48-5680
Web Address:
http://www.epson.jp
KOREA :
EPSON KOREA CO., LTD.
11F Milim Tower, 825-22 Yeoksam-dong,
Gangnam-gu, Seoul,135-934 Korea
Tel : 82-2-558-4270
Fax: 82-2-558-4272
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.kr
MALAYSIA :
Epson Malaysia SDN. BHD.
3rd Floor, East Tower, Wisma Consplant 1
No.2, Jalan SS 16/4,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Malaysia.
Tel: 03 56 288 288
Fax: 03 56 288 388
or 56 288 399
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.my
NEW ZEALAND:
Epson New Zealand
Level 4, 245 Hobson St
Auckland 1010
New Zealand
Tel: 09 366 6855
Fax 09 366 865
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.nz
PHILIPPINES:
EPSON PHILIPPINES CORPORATION
8th Floor, Anson's Centre,
#23 ADB Avenue, Pasig City
Philippines
Tel: 032 706 2659
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.ph
SINGAPORE :
EPSON SINGAPORE
PTE. LTD.
1 HarbourFront Place #03-02
HarbourFront Tower One
Singapore 098633.
Tel: 6586 3111
Fax: 6271 5088
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.sg
TAIWAN :
EPSON Taiwan
Technology & Trading Ltd.
14F,No. 7, Song Ren Road,
Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.
Tel: (02) 8786-6688
Fax: (02) 8786-6633
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.tw
THAILAND:
EPSON (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.
24th Floor, Empire Tower,
195 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn,
Bangkok 10120, Thailand.
Tel: 02 685 9899
Fax: 02 670 0669
Web Address:
http://www.epson.co.th
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