BenQ PB9200 - XGA LCD Projector User`s manual

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PB9200 Digital Projector
Installation Series
User’s Manual - Operating Guide
Welcome
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Copyright
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to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any warranties, merchantability or fitness for any
particular purpose. Further, BENQ Corporation reserves the right to revise this publication and to
make changes from time to time in the contents hereof without obligation of this company to notify
any person of such revision or changes.
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Table of Contents
Projector Features ........................................................ 1
Preparation ................................................................... 2
Part Names ................................................................... 3
Projector ...................................................................................... 3
Control Buttons .......................................................................... 4
Remote Control .......................................................................... 4
Setting Up ..................................................................... 5
Arrangement ............................................................................... 5
Adjusting The Projector's Elevator ............................................ 6
Using The Lens Shift Buttons .................................................... 6
Connecting Your Devices .......................................................... 7
Examples of connection with a computer ................................................ 8
Examples of connection with a VCR/DVD Player .................................. 9
Connecting to a monitor ........................................................................... 10
Connecting to a speaker (with amplifier) ................................................ 10
Connecting The Power Supply .................................................. 10
Remote Control ............................................................ 11
About The Laser Pointer ............................................................ 11
Putting Batteries ......................................................................... 11
Operating The Remote Control ................................................. 12
Using The Remote ID Feature ................................................... 13
Using The Mouse/Keyboard Control Function ........................ 13
Power ON/OFF ............................................................ 14
Turning On The Power .............................................................. 14
Turning Off The Power .............................................................. 14
Operating ...................................................................... 15
Selecting An Input Signal ........................................................... 15
Selecting The Aspect Ratio ......................................................... 16
Using The Automatic Adjustment Feature ............................... 16
Adjusting The Picture Position .................................................. 17
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Correcting The Keystone Distortion ..........................................17
Adjusting The Volume ................................................................18
Muting The Sound ......................................................................18
Temporarily Blanking The Screen .............................................18
Freezing The Screen ....................................................................19
Using The Magnify Feature ........................................................19
Displaying The Child Window ...................................................20
Selecting An Audio Input ...........................................................20
Multifunctional Settings ..............................................21
Using The Menu Functions ........................................................21
MAIN Menu ................................................................................22
PICTURE-1 Menu ......................................................................23
PICTURE-1 Menu (continued) .................................................24
PICTURE-2 Menu ......................................................................25
INPUT Menu ..............................................................................26
INPUT Menu (continued) .........................................................27
AUTO Menu ...............................................................................28
AUTO Menu (continued) ..........................................................29
SCREEN Menu ............................................................................30
SCREEN Menu (continued) .......................................................31
OPTION Menu ...........................................................................32
OPTION Menu (continued) ......................................................33
NETWORK Menu ......................................................................34
Network Setting Up .....................................................35
Lamp .............................................................................36
Replacing The Lamp ...................................................................37
Air Filter ........................................................................38
Caring For The Air Filter ............................................................38
Other Care ....................................................................39
Caring For The Inside Of The Projector ....................................39
Caring For The Lens ...................................................................39
Caring For The Cabinet And Remote Control ..........................39
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Troubleshooting ........................................................... 40
Related Messages ........................................................................ 40
Related Messages (continued) ................................................... 41
Regarding The Indicator Lamps ................................................ 42
Regarding The Indicator Lamps (continued) ........................... 43
Phenomena That May Easily Be Mistaken For Machine Defects
44
Phenomena That May Easily Be Mistaken For Machine Defects
(continued) ................................................................................. 45
Warranty And After-Service ........................................ 46
Specifications ................................................................ 47
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Projector Features
This multimedia projector is used to project various computer signals as well as NTSC/PAL/
SECAM video signals onto a screen. Little space is required for installation and large images
can easily be realized.
•
Ultra High Brightness
Crisp, ultra-bright presentations is achieved by using a UHB (ultra high brightness) lamp
and a highlyefficient optical system.
•
Whisper Mode Equipped
Special mode is available for reducing projector noise to achieve quieter operation.
•
User Memory Function
This projector can memorize 4 settings by MY MEMORY function.
•
Partial Magnification Function
Interesting parts of images can be magnified for closer viewing.
•
Keystone Distortion Correction
Quick correction of distorted images electrically.
•
Optical Lens Shift
The lens of this projector can be shifted vertically. When you want to finely adjust the picture position, use the LENS SHIFT buttons.
Projector Features
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Preparation
Please see the “Contents Of Package” of the “User’s Manual – Quick Guide”. Your projector
should come with the items shown there. Contact your dealer anything is missing.
Note: Keep the original packing material for future reshipment. For moving
the projector, be sure to use the original packing material. Use special caution for the lens part.
2
Preparation
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Part Names
Projector
Elevator button
Elevator foot
3 Remote sensor
4 Lens cap
5 Lens
The picture is projected
from here.
6 Filter cover
An air filter is inside.
1
2
TEMP
LAMP
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
MENU
INTER
RGB
LENS SHIFT
FOCUS
RESET
M1-D
INPUT
ZOOM
SEARCH
KEYSTONE
6
3
5
1
2
4
Projector (Front/Right)
RGB port
M1-D port
C BNC port
D AUDIO IN 1 port
E AUDIO IN 2 port
F CONTROL port
G NETWORK port
H AUDIO IN R/L port
I VIDEO IN port
J S-VIDEO port
K COMPONENT port
L RGB OUT port
M AUDIO OUT port
7 REMOTE CONTROL
port
8 DC OUT port
9 AC Inlet
10 Power switch
11 Control buttons
See the following page.
A
11
A
8
B
B
3
LENS SHIFT
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
D
RGB
F
L
M1-D
INPUT
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
RESET
INTER
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
FOCUS
ZOOM
MENU
TEMP
3
LAMP
G
AUDIO IN1
E
REMOTE CONTRO
CONTROL
L
NETWORK
AUDIO IN2
RGB
R/CR/PR
G/Y
B/CB/PB
RGB OUT
H
AUDIO OUT
CR/PR Ca/Pa
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
BNC
C
K
Y
V
M
H
I
S-VIDEO
J
9
Projector (Rear/Left)
10
Part Names
3
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Control Buttons
15
7
8
KEYSTONE
INPUT
5
LENS SHIFT
9
4
6
SEARCH
M1-D
RGB
RESET 17
BNC
COMPONENT
10
S-VIDEO
FOCUS
ZOOM
14
13
18
ENTER
MENU
16
19
11
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
3
LAMP
TEMP
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
Control
Panel on the
Projector
2
TEMP
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
1
LENS SHIFT
12
LAMP
MENU
INTER
RGB
RESET
M1-D
INPUT
FOCUS
ZOOM
SEARCH
KEYSTONE
Remote Control
1
4
6
13
14
15
16
18
(
STANDBY/ON button
LENS SHIFT buttons
SEARCH button
ZOOM buttons
FOCUS buttons
KEYSTONE button
MENU button
ENTER button
Mouse left button)
20
20
21
LASER INDICATOR
1
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
RGB
22
13
4
14
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
23
25
24
19
PREVIOUS
NEXT
26
MOUSE
28
16
29
19
Cursor buttons
/
/
/
31
(
Keyboard
Arrow keys / /
17
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
MAGNFY
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
ON
32
OFF
30
)
33
(
ID CHANGE
28
29
30
31
35
32
6
33
1 2 3
15
(
34
KEYSTONE SEARCH
/
LASER INDICATOR
VIDEO button
22 RGB button
23 BLANK button
24 ASPECT button
25 LASER button
26 Cursor buttons /
/
21
27
18
27
1 STANDBY/ON button and
STANDBY/ON indicator
2 TEMP indicator
3 LAMP indicator
4 LENS SHIFT buttons
5 INPUT dial
6 SEARCH button
7 M1-D indicator
8 RGB indicator
9 BNC indicator
10 COMPONENT indicator
11 S-VIDEO indicator
12 VIDEO indicator
13 ZOOM buttons
14 FOCUS buttons
15 KEYSTONE button
16 MENU button
17 RESET button
18 ENTER button
19 Cursor buttons
/ / /
36
34
35
36
Remote Control
4
Part Names
/
Mouse move pointer)
ESC button
Keyboard ESC key)
(
Mouse right button)
POSITION button
AUTO button
PinP button
MAGNIFY buttons
FREEZE button
VOLUME button
MUTE button
ID CHANGE switch
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Setting Up
Arrangement
WARNING
•
Before installation, make sure that the projector is turned off and the power code is
disconnected.
•
•
Do not set up and move the projector, while it is hot.
Install the projector in a suitable environment according to instructions of the “User’s
Manual – Safety Guide” and this manual.
•
The power outlet should be close to the projector and easily accessible.
Refer to the illustrations and tables below to determine the screen size and projection distance. The values shown in the table are calculated for a full size screen. (±10%)
Reference for the 4:3 aspect
ratio
A
B
Screen
D
B
Side view
A
[inch
(m)]
40(1.0)
60(1.5)
70(1.8)
80(2.0)
100(2.5)
120(3.0)
150(3.8)
200(5.1)
250(6.4)
300(7.6)
350(8.9)
400(10.2)
500(12.7)
B
[inch
(cm)]
24(61)
36(91)
42(107)
48(122)
60(152)
72(183)
90(229)
120(305)
150(381)
180(457)
210(533)
240(610)
300(762)
C [inch (m)]
min.
max.
D [inch (cm)]
min.
max.
46 (1.2)
71(1.8)
83(2.1)
95(2.4)
120(3.0)
144(3.7)
181(4.6)
243(6.2)
304(7.7)
366(9.3)
427(10.9)
489(12.4)
612(15.5)
12(30)
18(46)
21(53)
24(61)
30(76)
36(91)
45(114)
60(152)
75(191)
90(229)
105(267)
120(305)
150(381)
71(1.8)
107(2.7)
126(3.2)
144(3.7)
181(4.6)
217(5.5)
272(6.9)
364(9.2)
455(11.6)
547(13.9)
638(16.2)
730(18.5)
913(23.2)
24(61)
36(91)
42(107)
48(122)
60(152)
72(183)
90(229)
120(305)
150(381)
180(457)
210(533)
240(610)
300(762)
C
Reference for the 16:9 aspect
ratio
B
A
Screen
D
B
Side view
A
[inch
(m)]
40(1.0)
60(1.5)
70(1.8)
80(2.0)
100(2.5)
120(3.0)
150(3.8)
200(5.1)
250(6.4)
300(7.6)
350(8.9)
400(10.2)
450(11.4)
B
[inch
(cm)]
20(50)
29(75)
34(87)
39(100)
49(125)
59(149)
74(187)
98(249)
123(311)
147(374)
172(436)
196(498)
221(560)
C [inch (m)]
min.
max.
D [inch (cm)]
min.
max.
50(1.3)
77(2.0)
91(2.3)
104(2.6)
131(3.3)
158(4.0)
198(5.0)
265(6.7)
332(8.4)
399(10.1)
466(11.8)
533(13.5)
600(15.2)
10(25)
15(37)
17(44)
20(50)
25(62)
29(75)
37(93)
49(125)
61(156)
74(187)
86(218)
98(249)
110(280)
77(2.0)
117(3.0)
137(3.5)
157(4.0)
197(5.0)
237(6.0)
297(7.5)
396(10.1)
496(12.6)
596(15.1)
696(17.7)
795(20.2)
895(22.7)
23(58)
34(87)
40(102)
46(116)
57(145)
69(174)
86(218)
114(291)
143(363)
172(436)
200(508)
229(581)
257(654)
C
Setting Up
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Adjusting The Projector's Elevator
WARNING
•
Do not touch about the lens and ventilation openings during use or immediately after
use to prevent a burn.
CAUTION
•
To prevent damaging the projector and injuring yourself, always hold the projector
whenever using the elevator buttons to adjust the elevator feet.
You can use the elevator feet to make adjustments if the surface on which you need to set the
projector is uneven or if you otherwise need to adjust the angle of projection. The adjustment range of the elevator feet is 0 to 9 degrees.
Elevator buttons
LAMP
MENU
RESET
FOCUS
ZOOM
SEARCH
KEYSTONE
LENS SHIFT
LASER INDICATOR
Projector
6
Setting Up
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
RGB
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
Remote control
M1-D
INPUT
The lens of this projector can be shifted vertically. When you want to finely adjust the picture position, use the LENS SHIFT buttons of
the projector.
INTER
Using The Lens Shift Buttons
LENS SHIFT
buttons
TEMP
Elevator feet
RGB
As necessary, you can also
finely adjust the height of the
projector by twisting the elevator feet by hand.
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
tion.
3.
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
2.
Press and hold in the elevator
buttons.
Raise or lower the projector
to the desired height and
then release the elevator buttons. When you release the
elevator buttons, the elevator feet will lock into posi-
LENS SHIFT
1.
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Connecting Your Devices
WARNING
•
Whenever attempting to connect other devices to the projector, read thoroughly the
"User's Manual - Safety Guide", this manual and the manual of each device to be
connected. Incorrect connecting could result in fire or electrical shock.
CAUTION
•
TURN OFF ALL DEVICES prior to connecting them to the projector. Attempting to
connect a live device to the projector may generate extremely loud noises or other
abnormalities that may result in malfunction and/or damage to the device and/or
projector.
ATTENTION
•
•
•
•
Make sure that you connect devices to the correct port. Incorrect connection may
result in malfunction and/or damage to the device and/or projector. Refer to the
section “Technical” of this manual for the pin assignment of connectors and RS-232C
communication data.
Some cables have to be used with core set. Use the accessory cable or a designated-type
cable for the connection. For cables that have a core only at one end, connect the core
to the projector.
Secure the screws on the connectors and tighten.
Whenever attempting to connect a laptop computer to the projector, be sure to activate
the laptop’s RGB external image output (set the laptop to CRT display or to
simultaneous LCD and CRT display). For details on how this is done, please refer to the
instruction manual of the corresponding laptop computer.
NOTE
•
•
•
Some computers may have multiple display screen modes. Use of some of these modes
may not be compatible with this projector.
For some RGB input modes, the optional Mac adapter is necessary.
When the image resolution is changed on a computer, depending on an input,
automatic adjust function may take some time and may not be completed. In this case,
you may not be able to see a check box to select “Yes/No” for the new resolution on
Windows. Then the resolution will go back to the original. It might be recommended
to use other CRT or TFT monitors to change the resolution.
NOTE: Plug-and-Play Capability
•
•
•
•
Plug-and-Play is a system incorporated in the computer, its operating system and
peripheral equipment (i.e. display devices).
This projector is compatible with VESA DDC 1/2B. Plug-and-Play can be achieved by
connecting this projector to computers that are VESA DDC (display data channel)
compatible.
Please take advantage of this function by connecting the accessory RGB cable to the
RGB port (DDC 1/2B compatible). Plug-and-Play may not work properly if any other
type of connection is attempted.
Please use the standard drivers in your computer as this projector is a Plug-and-Play
monitor.
Setting Up
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Please refer to the following (for example) for connecting your devices. See the rear of the
projector.You can see the ports.
Examples of connection with a computer
LENS SHIFT
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
RGB
M1-D
INPUT
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
RESET
INTER
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
FOCUS
ZOOM
MENU
TEMP
LAMP
AUDIO IN1
REMOTE CONTROL
CONTROL
NETWORK
AUDIO IN2
RGB
R/CR/PR
G/Y
B/CB/PB
RGB OUT
H
AUDIO OUT
CR/PR Ca/Pa
Y
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
BNC
Computer
S-VIDEO
Projector
A
RGB out
RGB cable
Audio out
Stereo Mini cable
RGB
E
F
AUDIO IN 2
RS-232C port
R/CR/PR
CONTROL
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN2
RGB OUT
RGB
G/Y
B/CB/PB
NETWORK
REMOTE CONTROL
A
E
F
RS-232C cable
G
CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
H
CR/PR Ca/Pa
Y
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BNC
G
Network port
CAT-5 cable
NETWORK
■ If using a M1-D input (to mouse control)
B
DVI port
M1-D
B
D
CONTROL
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN2
M1-D cable
USB port
R/CR/PR
NETWORK
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
RGB OUT
RGB
G/Y
B/CB/PB
H
CR/PR Ca/Pa
Y
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BNC
Audio out
D
Stereo Mini cable
AUDIO IN 1
■ If using a BNC input
C
R/CR/PR G/Y B/CB/PB H
D
V
R/CR/PR
R/CR/PR
8
Setting Up
Stereo Mini cable
AUDIO IN 1
RGB OUT
RGB
G/Y
B/CB/PB
C
BNC
D
Audio out
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN2
G/Y
B/CB/PB
H
V
RGB out
CONTROL
NETWORK
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
H
CR/PR Ca/Pa
Y
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
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Examples of connection with a VCR/DVD Player
VCR/DVD Player
Projector
R-AUDIO IN-L VIDEO
R-AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO IN
Audio out (R)
Audio out (L)
Video out
NETWORK
CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
H
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN2
R/CR/PR
B/CB/PB
CR/PR Ca/Pa
RGB OUT
RGB
G/Y
H
H
V
I
Y
I
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BNC
■ If using a s-video signal
S-video out
S-video cable
J
S -VIDEO
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN2
R/CR/PR
G/Y
CR/PR Ca/Pa
RGB OUT
RGB
B/CB/PB
H
Y
J
H
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
R-AUDIO IN-L VIDEO
Audio out (R)
Audio out (L)
R-AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN-L
NETWORK
CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BNC
H
■ If using a component signal
CR/PR out
CB/PB out
Y out
COMPONENT
CR/PR
CB/PB
Y
NETWORK
CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN2
K
R/CR/PR
CR/PR Ca/Pa
RGB OUT
RGB
G/Y
B/CB/PB
H
K
Y
H
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BNC
R-AUDIO IN-L VIDEO
Audio out (R)
Audio out (L)
R-AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN-L
H
■ If using a SCART RGB input
COMPONENT
CONTROL
K
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN2
R-AUDIO IN-L VIDEO
R (CR/PR)
SCART
RGB out
SCART adapter
B (CB/PB)
G (Y)
R-AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO IN
R/CR/PR
NETWORK
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
RGB OUT
RGB
G/Y
B/CB/PB
H
V
CR/PR Ca/Pa
Y
H I
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BNC
K
H
I
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Connecting to a monitor
NETWORK
CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
L
AUDIO IN2
Monitor
Projector
G/Y
CR/PR Ca/Pa
RGB OUT
RGB
R/CR/PR
AUDIO OUT
B/CB/PB
H
Y
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BNC
L
RGB in
RGB cable
RGB OUT
Connecting to a speaker (with amplifier)
CONTROL
M
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN2
RGB
R/CR/PR
Speaker
NETWORK
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN1
G/Y
B/CB/PB
RGB OUT
H
CR/PR Ca/Pa
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
Projector
Y
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
BNC
M
Audio in
Stereo Mini cable
AUDIO OUT
Connecting The Power Supply
WARNING
•
•
•
•
•
1.
2.
Use extra caution when connecting the power cord as incorrect or faulty connections
may result in fire and/or electrical shock. Please adhere to the “User’s manual – Safety
Guide” and the following.
Only plug the power cord into outlets rated for use with the power cord’s specified
voltage range.
Only use the power cord that came with the projector. If it is damaged, contact your
dealer to newly get correct one.
Never modify the power cord. Never attempt to defeat the ground connection of the
three-pronged plug.
Make sure that you firmly connect the power cord to the projector and wall outlet.
Connect the connector of the
power cord to the AC inlet of
the projector.
Firmly plug the power cord’s
plug into the outlet.
LENS SHIFT
BNG
COMPONE
NT
S-VIDEO
RGB
M1-D
INPUT
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
RESET
INTER
VIDEO
STANDBY/
FOCUS
ZOOM
MENU
ON
TEMP
LAMP
AUDIO IN1
REMOTE CONTROL
CONTROL
NETWORK
AUDIO IN2
RGB
R/CR/PR
G/Y
B/CB/PB
RGB OUT
H
AUDIO OUT
CR/PR Ca/Pa
Y
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
BNC
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
AC Inlet
Outlet
Connector
10
Setting Up
Plug
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Remote Control
About The Laser Pointer
WARNING
•
The laser pointer of the remote control is used in place of a finger or rod. Never look
directly into the laser beam outlet or point the laser beam at other people. The laser
beam can cause vision problems.
CAUTION
•
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
LAS
ER
TOR
ICA
IND
B
RG
EO
STANDB
Y/ON
+
LENS
VID
+
+
SHIFT
–
K
BLAN
ZOOM
S
–
FOCU
–
CT
R
LASE
ASPE
NEXT
US
PREVIO
MOUSE
NU
ME
ESC
POS
ITIO
AUTO
T
RESE
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UME
VOL
PinP
FY
MAGN
ON
OFF
FREE
ZE
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MU
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1 2
ANGE
ID CH
This remote control has a laser pointer in place of a finger or rod. The laser beam works and
the LASER INDICATOR lights while the LASER button is pressed.
Putting Batteries
CAUTION: About the battery
•
•
•
•
Keep a battery away from children and pets.
Use only the battery specified: two AA batteries.
Do not mix new battery with used one.
Make sure the plus and minus terminals are correctly aligned when loading the battery
(as indicated in the remote control).
Dispose of batteries in accord with environmental laws.
•
1
Push and slide the battery
compartment lid in the
direction shown.
2
Install batteries as
indicated by the diagram
inside the compartment.
3
Position the lid over the
compartment and snap
it back into place.
Remote Control
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Operating The Remote Control
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
•
Do not disassemble the remote control.
Do not place the remote control near the projector’s lens, fan, or vents.
Do not drop or otherwise expose the remote control to physical impact.
Do not get the remote control wet or place it on wet objects on it. Doing so may result
in malfunction.
Remove the batteries from the remote control and store them in a safe place if you
won't be using the remote control for an extended period.
NOTE
•
•
Replace the batteries whenever the remote control starts to malfunction.
When strong light, such as direct sunlight or light from an extremely close range (such
as from an inverter fluorescent lamp), hits the projector's remote sensor, the remote
control may cease to function. Adjust the direction of the projector to keep light from
directly hitting the projector's remote sensor.
•
The remote control works
with the projector’s remote
sensor.
•
Front remote sensor is 3
meters with a 60 degree range
(30 degrees to the left and
right of a remote sensor). Rear
remote sensor is 3 meters with
approximately
a 40 degree range (20 degrees approximately
3 meters
3 meters
to the left and right of a
remote sensor).
•
Also a remote signal reflected in the screen etc. may be available. If it is difficult to send
a remote signal to the sensor directly, please try.
•
Since the remote control uses infrared light to send signals to the projector (Class1
LED), be sure to use the remote control in an area free from obstacles that could block
the remote control’s output signal to the projector.
memo You can use the remote control as a wired remote control, by connecting the
REMOTE CONTROL ports of the main unit and remote control via an audio cable (3.5 dia.
stereo mini cable with plugs).
TEMP
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
LENS SHIFT
LAMP
MENU
INTER
RGB
RESET
M1-D
INPUT
FOCUS
ZOOM
SEARCH
KEYSTONE
LENS SHIFT
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
RGB
M1-D
INPUT
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
RESET
INTER
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
FOCUS
MENU
TEMP
LAMP
AUDIO IN1
REMOTE CONTROL
CONTROL
NETWORK
AUDIO IN2
RGB
R/CR/PR
G/Y
B/CB/PB
RGB OUT
H
AUDIO OUT
CR/PR Ca/Pa
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
re
es
20 degrees
20
de
g
s
Remote Control
30 degr
e es
gr
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de
30
12
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BNC
ZOOM
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Using The Remote ID Feature
This is the function to properly use when you use two or three same
type projectors at the same time. This function should be used combining a setup of a projector.
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
RGB
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
1.
Set the ID number to the projector beforehand, referring to the
item “IR REMOTE ID” of the section “OPTION Menu”.
memo When the ALL is selected to the item “IR REMOTE ID” of the
OPTION menu, the projector is controlled by a remote control irrespective of the position of the ID CHANGE switch.
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
MOUSE
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
ON
2.
Slide the knob of the switch into the position of the ID number
of the projector you want to control.
OFF
ID
CHANGE
switch
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
Using The Mouse/Keyboard Control Function
CAUTION
•
Before connecting, read the manuals of the device you will connect. Mistaken use of
the mouse/keyboard control could damage your equipment.
•
Only connect to a PC or an USB Hub connected PC.
•
Do not unplug the connector cables while the computer is operating.
Using the USB control feature, you can use the remote control as a simplified mouse or keyboard of the computer.
Connect the M1-D port of the projector to the computer via the M1-D cable. Then functions illustrated below will be enabled.
memo The USB control can be used
with Windows 95 OSR 2.1 or higher. It
may not be possible to use the remote
control, depending on the computer’s
configurations and mouse drivers.
memo The function can be used only
for the functions illustrated on the
right.
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
merated as a mouse and a keyboard of
HID (Human Interface Device) class
devices, after connecting cable.
RGB
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
ESC
Mouse move pointer
MENU
POSITION
Mouse left button
NEXT
MOUSE
MAGNFY
memo The projector would be enu-
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
ON
Keyboard
Arrow keys / /
/
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
(Front)
Mouse right button
(Rear)
Keyboard
key
Remote Control
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Power ON/OFF
WARNING
•
When the power is ON, a strong light is emitted. Do not look into the lens or vents of
the projector.
NOTE
•
Turn the power on/off in right order. Please power on the projector before the
connected devices. Power off the projector after the connected devices.
Turning On The Power
1.
2.
Remove the lens cap.
STANDBY/ON
Set the power switch to [ | ] (ON). The
STANDBY/ON button / indicator
STANDBY/ON indicator will light to
solid orange.
Press the STANDBY/ON button. The
projector lamp will light up and the
STANDBY/ON indicator will begin
blinking green. When the power is
STANDBY/ON STANDBY/
ON button
completely on, the indicator will stop
blinking and light green.
Use the LENS SHIFT buttons to shift Power switch (ON position)
LENS SHIFT
the picture upward or downward.
Select an input signal according to the
section “Selecting An Input Signal” of
the following page.
LASER INDICATOR
LENS SHIFT
3.
RGB
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
KEYSTONE
M1-D
INPUT
SEARCH
RESET
INTER
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
FOCUS
LAMP
+
AUDIO IN1
REMOTE CONTROL
CONTROL
RGB
G/Y
RGB OUT
B/CB/PB
H
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
AUDIO OUT
CR/PR Ca/Pa
R-AUDIO IN-L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
Y
V
BNC
4.
+
NETWORK
AUDIO IN2
R/CR/PR
RGB
ZOOM
MENU
TEMP
LASER INDICATOR
5.
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
RGB
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
LENS SHIFT buttons
LENS SHIFT
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
RGB
M1-D
INPUT
KEYSTONE
SEARCH
RESET
INTER
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
FOCUS
ZOOM
MENU
TEMP
LAMP
AUDIO IN1
REMOTE CONTROL
CONTROL
NETWORK
AUDIO IN2
RGB
R/CR/PR
G/Y
AUDIO OUT
RGB OUT
B/CB/PB
H
CR/PR Ca/Pa
Y
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
BNC
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
Turning Off The Power
1.
Press the STANDBY/ON button. The
STANDBY/ON button / indicator
message “Power off?” will appear on the
screen for approximately 5 seconds.
Attach the lens cap.
Press the STANDBY/ON button again
while “Power off?” the message is visible. The projector lamp will go off, and
the STANDBY/ON indicator will begin
STANDBY/ON
STANDBY/
blanking orange. Then the STANDBY/
ON button
ON indicator will stop blinking and
Power switch (OFF position)
light to solid orange when the lamp
cooling is complete.
Switch the power switch to [O] (OFF). The STANDBY/ON indicator will go off.
Attached the lens cap.
STANDBY/ON
LASER INDICATOR
2.
LENS SHIFT
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
RGB
REMOTE CONTROL
CONTROL
R/CR/PR
G/Y
B/CB/PB
RGB OUT
H
14
Power ON/OFF
RESET
FOCUS
CR/PR Ca/Pa
+
Y
V
VIDEO
RGB
ZOOM
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
AUDIO OUT
R-AUDIO IN-L
BNC
SEARCH
LAMP
+
NETWORK
AUDIO IN2
RGB
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
KEYSTONE
MENU
TEMP
AUDIO IN1
3.
4.
M1-D
INPUT
INTER
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
S-VIDEO
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
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Operating
Selecting An Input Signal
1.
Select an input signal.
SEARCH button
■ Using the INPUT dial
KEYSTONE
Turn the INPUT dial of the projector. Turning
the dial cycles through the input ports as
shown below. Select the signal you wish to
project.
M1-D
VIDEO
RGB
BNC
S-VIDEO
SEARCH
M1-D
INPUT
RGB
RESET
BNC
COMPONENT
COMPONENT
■ Using SEARCH button
ENTER
MENU
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
Press the SEARCH button of the projector or
the remote control.
INPUT dial
Pressing the button automatically cycles
through input ports and displays the picture
LENS SHIFT
RGB
of retrieved signal.
G/Y
RGB OUT
B/CB/PB
CONTROL
H
CR/PR Ca/Pa
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
ZOOM
S-VIDEO
VIDEO button
RGB button
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
RGB
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
VIDEO
FOCUS
V
R-AUDIO IN-L
BNC
RESET
Y
BNC
RGB
SEARCH
MENU
LAMP
NETWORK
AUDIO OUT
memo If no signal is found or the projector
M1-D
KEYSTONE
INTER
TEMP
REMOTE CONTROL
AUDIO IN2
R/CR/PR
is unstable to find an input signal at any of its
ports, it will turn to the state it was in prior
to the search.
M1-D
INPUT
RGB
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
AUDIO IN1
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
MOUSE
■ Using RGB button
Press the RGB button of the remote control.
Pressing the button toggles between the RGB
ports as shown below Select the signal you wish
to project.
M1-D
RGB
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
SEARCH button
ON
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
BNC
ZOOM
FOCUS
■ Using VIDEO button
Press the VIDEO button of the remote control.
Pressing the button toggles between the VIDEO
ports as shown below Select the signal you wish
to project.
ZOOM
button
FOCUS
buttons
LENS SHIFT
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
RGB
M1-D
INPUT
VIDEO
SEARCH
RESET
FOCUS
ZOOM
MENU
TEMP
S-VIDEO
KEYSTONE
INTER
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
COMPONENT
LAMP
AUDIO IN1
REMOTE CONTROL
CONTROL
NETWORK
AUDIO IN2
RGB
R/CR/PR
G/Y
B/CB/PB
RGB OUT
H
AUDIO OUT
CR/PR Ca/Pa
R-AUDIO IN-L
BNC
2.
3.
Y
V
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
Use the FOCUS buttons to adjust the
focus.
Use the ZOOM buttons to adjust the screen size.
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Selecting The Aspect Ratio
1.
Press the Aspect button to toggle between the
modes for aspect ratio.
■ At a M1-D signal
NORMAL
4:3
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
16:9
+
–
–
–
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
ASPECT button
NEXT
MOUSE
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
ON
OFF
16:9
4:3
+
ZOOM
BLANK
memo NORMAL keeps the original aspect ratio of
the input signal.
■ At a RGB signal (not M1-D)
RGB
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
■ At a video signal / no signal
16:9
4:3
SMALL
memo At a HDTV signal of 1125i or 750p, only 16:9 can be selected.
Using The Automatic Adjustment Feature
memo The automatic adjustment operation requires approximately 10 seconds. Also, please
note that it may not function correctly with some input.
1.
Press the AUTO button.
■ At a RGB signal
The Vertical position (V POSITION), the horizontal
position (H POSITION), the clock phase (H PHASE)
and horizontal size (H SIZE) will be automatically
adjusted.
memo Make sure that the application window is set
to its maximum size prior to attempting to use this
feature. Dark pictures may still be incorrectly
adjusted. Use a bright screen when adjusting.
■ At a video signal
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
RGB
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
MOUSE
AUTO button
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
MAGNFY
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
ON
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
The signal type mode best suited for the respective
input signal will be selected automatically.
ID CHANGE
memo This function is available only when the
AUTO is selected to the item VIDEO of the INPUT menu. For a component video signal, the
signal type is identified automatically independently of this function.
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Adjusting The Picture Position
1.
Press the POSITION button. As illustrated on the
right, a dialog will
appear on the screen to
aid you in adjusting the
position.
2.
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
POSITION
PREVIOUS
NEXT
Cursor buttons
MOUSE
Use the cursor buttons
/ / / to adjust
the position.
POSITION button
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
ON
memo When you want to initialize the position, press the
RESET button during adjustment.
3.
RGB
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
RESET button
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
Press the POSITION button again to close the dialog and complete this operation.
memo Even if you don't do anything, the dialog will automatically disappear after a few sec-
onds.
Correcting The Keystone Distortion
1.
2.
Press the KEYSTONE button.
As illustrated on the right, a dialog will appear on the screen to
aid you in correcting the keystone distortion.
Use the cursor buttons 3 / 4
to select the direction of distor-
KEYSTONE
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
RGB
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
Cursor buttons
MOUSE
ESC
MENU
tion to correct (
or
).
3.
Use the cursor buttons 5 / 6
+0
+0
KEYSTONE button
to correct the distortion.
4.
Press the KEYSTONE button
again to close the dialog and
complete this operation.
memo Even if you don't do anything, the dialog will automatically disappear after a few seconds.
POSITION
MAGNFY
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
ON
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
memo When this adjustment is excessive, certain degradation may appear on the picture.
Also, please note that it may not function correctly with some input.
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Adjusting The Volume
1.
Press the VOLUME button.
As illustrated on the right, a
dialog will appear on the
screen to aid you in adjusting the volume.
2.
Use the cursor buttons /
to adjust the volume.
3.
Press the VOLUME button
again to close the dialog and
complete this operation.
memo Even if you don't do anything, the dialog will automatically
disappear after a few seconds.
VOLUME
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
RGB
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
MOUSE
Cursor buttons
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
VOLUME button
ON
OFF
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KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
Muting The Sound
1.
Press the MUTE button. As illustrated on the right, a dialog will
appear on the screen indicating
that you have muted the sound.
2.
Press the MUTE or VOLUME
button to restore the sound.
memo Even if you don't do anything,
the dialog will automatically disappear
after a few seconds.
VOLUME
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
RGB
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
MOUSE
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
ON
16
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
MUTE button
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
Temporarily Blanking The Screen
1.
Press the BLANK button. The input signal screen
will shut off, and a BLANK screen will appear.
memo You can set the BLANK screen using the menu.
Please refer to the item “BLANK” of the table of the
section “SCREEN Menu”.
2.
Press the BLANK button again to remove the
blank screen, and return to the input signal
screen.
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
RGB
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
MOUSE
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
ON
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
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Freezing The Screen
1.
2.
Press the FREEZE button. As
illustrated on the right, a dialog will appear on the screen,
and the screen will freeze at
the current image.
Press the FREEZE button
again to restore the screen to
normal. The icon “||” will
change to the icon “ 4 ”.
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
RGB
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
FREEZE
PREVIOUS
NEXT
MOUSE
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
ON
And after a couple of seconds, the dialog will be
closed and the screen will be
restored to normal.
FREEZE button
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
memo The freezing feature will automatically finish if a remote control’s button that
changes some display state (ex. blanking the screen, displaying a dialog or a menu, adjusting
the picture, changing the input signal) is pressed, or a button of projector is pressed.
NOTE
•
If the projector continues projecting the same image for a long time (i.e. you forget to
exit FREEZE mode), the image might possibly remain as an afterimage. Do not leave
the projector in FREEZE mode for too long.
Using The Magnify Feature
1.
4.
Press the MAGNIFY ON
button. As illustrated on
the right, a dialog will
appear on the screen to
MAGNIFY
aid you in magnifying the
picture.
Press the POSITION button, then use the cursor
buttons 5 / 6 / 3 / 4
to select the area to zoom.
Press the POSITION button again to finalize the
zoom area.
Use the cursor buttons 5 / 6 to adjust the zoom level.
5.
Press the MAGNIFY
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
–
–
ASPECT
LASER
OFF
NEXT
Cursor buttons
MOUSE
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
3.
+
–
BLANK
PREVIOUS
2.
RGB
ZOOM
POSITION button
ON
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
MAGNIFY buttons
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
button again to close the dialog and complete this operation.
memo The magnify feature will automatically finish if the automatic adjustment is execute,
or the aspect, the signal type mode of video or the signal input state is changed.
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Displaying The Child Window
memo This feature called "PinP (Picture in Picture)" is available only when a RGB signal is
selected to main screen.
1.
2.
Press the PinP button. The child window with a
picture of a video signal will appear.
Press the PinP button again to change the size of
the child window or close the window.
Small child window
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
Large child window
RGB
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
MOUSE
No child window
memo You can select the video signal to display in the
child window, and the position of the child window.
Please refer to the items “P.INP. INPUT” and “P.INP.
POSIT.” of the table of the section “INPUT Menu”.
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
ON
PinP button
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
Selecting An Audio Input
memo This feature is available only when the child window is on the screen.
1.
2.
When the child window is on
the screen, press the VOLUME
button. As illustrated on the
right, a dialog will appear on the
screen.
Use the cursor buttons 3 / 4 to
select an audio input.
VOLUME
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
RGB
Video
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
RGB
+
ZOOM
–
–
–
BLANK
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
NEXT
Cursor buttons
MOUSE
RGB (Audio input for the main screen)
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
VOLUME button
ON
Video (Audio input for the child window)
memo You also can adjust the volume
16
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
using the cursor buttons / .
Please refer to the section “Adjusting
The Volume”.
3.
Press the VOLUME button again to close the dialog and complete this operation.
memo Even if you don’t do anything, the dialog will automatically disappear after a few sec-
onds.
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Multifunctional Settings
Using The Menu Functions
This projector has the following menus: MAIN, PICTURE-1, PICTURE-2, INPUT, AUTO,
SCREEN, OPTION and NETWORK. Each of these menus is operated using the same methods. The basic operations of these menus are as follows.
1.
Press the MENU
button. The menu
will appear on the
screen.
ex. Turning off the built-in
speaker
LASER INDICATOR
STANDBY/ON VIDEO
+
+
LENS SHIFT FOCUS
RGB
–
–
ASPECT
LASER
PREVIOUS
1) Press the MENU button.
+
ZOOM
–
BLANK
NEXT
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
Cursor
buttons
MOUSE
2.
3.
Use the cursor buttons / to select
a menu, then press
ESC
MENU
POSITION
RESET
AUTO
PinP
VOLUME
FREEZE
MUTE
MAGNFY
ON
OFF
KEYSTONE SEARCH
1 2 3
ID CHANGE
MENU
button
RESET
button
ESC
button
the (or the
ENTER) button to
progress. The display of the selected menu will
appear.
Use the cursor buttons / to select
an item, then press
+0
+0
4:3
NORMAL
NORMAL
ENGLISH
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
ASPECT
WHISPER
MIRROR
LANGUAGE
[Language]
RESET
2) Select the “OPTION” using
the 6 button, then press the 4
button.
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
VOLUME
SPEAKER
IR REMOTE
IR REMOTE ID
LAMP TIME
FILTER TIME
SERVICE
RESET
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
16
TURN ON
ALL
1234 h
4321 h
VOLUME
SPEAKER
IR REMOTE
IR REMOTE ID
LAMP TIME
FILTER TIME
SERVICE
RESET
16
TURN ON
ALL
1234 h
4321 h
3) Select the “SPEAKER” using
the 6 button, then press the 4
button.
ENTER
the (or the
button
ENTER) button to
progress. The operation display of the
selected item will
4) Use the cursor button 6 to
appear.
select the “TURN OFF”.
4.
Use the cursor buttons / to operate the item.
memo When you want to reset the adjustment, press
the RESET button during the operation. Note that the
items whose functions are performed simultaneously
with operating (ex. LANGUAGE, WHISPER, H
PHASE etc.) are not reset.
memo When you want to return to the previous dis- 5) Press the MENU button.
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
VOLUME
SPEAKER
IR REMOTE
IR REMOTE ID
LAMP TIME
FILTER TIME
SERVICE
RESET
16
TURN ON
ALL
1234 h
4321 h
OPTION
SPEAKER
TURN ON
TURN OFF
OPTION
SPEAKER
TURN ON
TURN OFF
play, press the
or ESC button.
5.
Press the MENU button again to close the menu
display and complete this operation.
memo Even if you don’t do anything, the menu will
automatically disappear after a few seconds.
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MAIN Menu
With the MAIN menu, the items shown in the table below can be
performed. Perform each operation in accordance with the
instructions in the table below.
Item
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
+0
+0
4:3
NORMAL
NORMAL
ENGLISH
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
ASPECT
WHISPER
MIRROR
LANGUAGE
[Language]
RESET
Description
BRIGHT
Adjust the brightness using the 5 / 6 buttons. : Light
Dark
CONTRAST
Adjust the contrast using the 5 / 6 buttons. : Strong
Weak
Select an aspect ratio using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
■ At a M1-D signal
NORMAL
4:3
16:9
The NORMAL keeps the original aspect ratio of the input signal.
ASPECT
■ At a RGB signal (not M1-D)
4:3
16:9
■ At a video signal
4:3
16:9
SMALL
memo At a HDTV signal of 1125i or 750p, only the 16:9 can be
selected.
Select the NORMAL or the WHISPER using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
WHISPER
NORMAL
WHISPER
When the WHISPER is selected, acoustic noise and screen brightness are reduced.
Select a mirror status using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
NORMAL
H:INVERT
V:INVERT
H&V:INVERT
MIRROR
ex.
Select a menu language using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
LANGUAGE
Select the EXECUTE using the 5 button to reset the MAIN menu
items. :
RESET
22
EXECUTE
CANCEL
The items of the MAIN menu are collectively returned to the initial
setting. Note that the items WHISPER and LANGUAGE are not
reset.
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PICTURE-1 Menu
With the PICTURE-1 menu, the items shown in the table
below can be performed. Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the table below.
Item
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
GAMMA
COLOR BAL R
COLOR BAL G
COLOR BAL B
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
MY MEMORY
NORMAL
+0
+0
+0
+0
+0
+0
LOAD1
Description
Select a gamma mode using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
NORMAL
CINEMA
DYNAMIC
CUSTOM
Selecting the CUSTOM and then pressing the 4 (or the ENTER) button calls the CUSTOM menu.
GAMMA
CUSTOM Menu
Select an item using the 5 / 6 buttons, and press
the 4 (or the ENTER) button to perform each function.
GAMMA
COLOR
TEMP
R
G
B
memo The R, G and B can be selected only when
GAMMA
NORMAL
CINEMA
DYNAMIC
CUSTOM
GAMMA
COLOR TEMP
R
G
B
2.2
HIGH
100
100
100
: SELECT
the USER is selected under the COLOR TEMP.
Adjust the gamma data using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
Up
Down
Select a color temperature using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
COLOR TEMP
HIGH
MIDDLE
LOW
USER
GAMMA
Adjust the red color level for the USER mode of the
COLOR
TEMP using the 5 / 6 buttons. : Strong
Weak
Adjust the green color level for the USER mode of
the COLOR
G
TEMP using the 5 / 6 buttons. : Strong
Weak
Adjust the blue color level for the USER mode of the
COLOR
B
TEMP using the 5 / 6 buttons. : Strong
Weak
Adjust the red color balance using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
R
COLOR BAL R
Strong
Weak
Adjust the green color balance using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
COLOR BAL G
Strong
Weak
Adjust the blue color balance using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
COLOR BAL B
Strong
Weak
Adjust the sharpness using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
SHARPNESS
Clear
Soft
memo This item can be selected only at a video signal.
Adjust the whole color using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
COLOR
Strong
Weak
memo This item can be selected only at a video signal.
Adjust the tint using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
TINT
Green
Red
memo This item can be selected only at a video signal.
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PICTURE-1 Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Select a command to load or save using the 5 / 6 buttons, and then
press the (or the ENTER) button to perform the function.:
MY MEMORY
This projector has 4 numbered memories for adjustment data. Performing the SAVE1, SAVE2, SAVE3 or SAVE4 puts the current
adjustment data on the memory whose number corresponds with
the command’s number. Performing the LOAD1, LOAD2, LOAD3 or
LOAD4 loads the data on the memory whose number corresponds
with the command’s number, and adjusts the picture automatically
depending on the data.
Select the EXECUTE using the 5 button to reset the PICTURE-1
menu items. :
EXECUTE
RESET
CANCEL
The items of the PICTURE-1 menu are collectively returned to the
initial setting. Note that the items MY MEMORY and GAMMA of
the CUSTOM menu under the item GAMMA are not reset.
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PICTURE-2 Menu
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
With the PICTURE-2 menu, the items shown in the table
below can be performed. Perform each operation in accordance with the instructions in the table below.
memo This menu cannot be selected at a M1-D signal.
Item
V POSITION
H POSITION
V POSITION
H POSITION
H PHASE
H SIZE
OVER SCAN
RESET
20
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31
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95
Description
Adjust the vertical position using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
Up
Down
memo This item can be selected only at a RGB signal.
Adjust the horizontal position using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
Left
Right
memo This item can be selected only at a RGB signal.
Adjust the horizontal phase to eliminate flicker using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
H PHASE
Right
Left
memo This item can be selected only at a RGB signal or a compo-
nent video signal other than a COMPONENT port input of 525i/
625i/SCART RGB.
Adjust the horizontal size using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
H SIZE
Large
Small
memo This item can be selected only at a RGB signal.
memo When this adjustment is excessive, the picture may not be dis-
played correctly. In such a case, please reset the adjustment pressing
the RESET button during this operation.
Adjust the over-scan ratio using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
OVER SCAN
Small
Large
memo This item can be selected only at a video signal.
memo When this adjustment is too large, certain degradation may
appear at the frame area of the picture. In such a case, please adjust
small.
RESET
Select the EXECUTE using the 5 button to reset the PICTURE-2
menu items. :
EXECUTE
CANCEL
The items of the PICTURE-2 menu are collectively returned to the
initial setting. Note that the item H PHASE is not reset.
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INPUT Menu
With the INPUT menu, the items shown in the table below
can be performed. Perform each operation in accordance with
the instructions in the table below.
Item
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
COLOR SPACE
COMPONENT
VIDEO
3D-YCS
VIDEO NR
P. INP. INPUT
P. INP. POSIT.
POWERUP INPUT
AUTO
COMPONENT
AUTO
TURN OFF
LOW
VIDEO
RGB
Description
Select a color space mode using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
AUTO
RGB
SMPTE240
REC709
REC601
Selecting the AUTO automatically selects the optimum mode.
COLOR SPACE memo This item can be selected only at a RGB signal or a component video signal other than a COMPONENT port input of 525i/
625i/SCART RGB.
memo The AUTO operation may not work well at some signals. In
such a case, select the SMPTE240 or the REC709 for a HDTV signal.
COMPONENT
Select a function of COMPONENT port using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
COMPONENT
SCART RGB
When the SCART RGB is selected, the COMPONENT port function
as a port for a SCART RGB signal input. Please refer to the section
Connecting Your Devices.
VIDEO
Select a signal type mode using the v buttons. :
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
NTSC4.43
MPAL
N-PAL
Selecting the AUTO automatically selects the optimum mode.
memo This item is performs only at a video signal from the VIDEO
port or the SVIDEO port. For a component video signal, the signal
type is identified automatically independently of this function.
memo The AUTO operation may not work well at some signals. If
the picture becomes unstable (ex. a irregular picture, a color lack),
please select the mode depending on the input signal.
3D-YCS
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
TURN ON
TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, the 3D-YCS mode works for a completely still image, or images with few motions.
memo This item performs only at a video signal of NTSC3.58.
memo When this function performs, the setting of the item VIDEO
NR of this INPUT menu is not effective.
VIDEO NR
Select a noise reduction level using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
HIGH
MIDDLE
LOW
The noise on screen is reduced according to the selected level.
memo This item performs only at a video signal from the VIDEO
port or the SVIDEO port. At a video signal of NTSC3.58, this function performs only when the TURN OFF is selected to the item 3DYSC of this INPUT menu.
memo When this adjustment is excessive, certain degradation may
appear on the picture.
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INPUT Menu (continued)
Item
Description
P.IN P. INPUT
Select a signal input port for the child window using the / buttons. :
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
memo About the child window, please refer to the section Displaying the Child Window.
Select the display position of the child window using the
tons. :
/
but-
P.IN P. POSIT.
memo About the child window, please refer to the section Displaying the Child Window.
POWERUP
INPUT
Select a signal input port to display just when the projector is turned
on, using the / buttons. :
LAST INPUT
M1-D
RGB
BNC
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
Selecting the LAST INPUT selects the port that was used at the last
time.
Pressing the (or the ENTER) button displays the INPUT INFORMATION menu.
The INPUT INFORMATION menu shows the information about
the current signal input as illustrated below.
INPUT-INFORMATION
RGB
1024x768 @60.0
FRAME LOCK
INFORMATION
INPUT-INFORMATION
S-VIDEO
SECAM
AUTO
INPUT-INFORMATION
COMPONENT
575i @50
SCART RGB
memo The FRAME LOCK message means the frame lock function
is working.
This function automatically works when a RGB signal with vertical
frequency of 50 to 60 is input, and it displays a moving picture more
smoothly.
memo The SCART RGB message means the COMPONENT port is
working as a SCART RGB port. Please refer to the item COMPONENT in this table.
S2-ASPECT
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the / buttons. :
TURN ON
TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, an S2-video signal can be identified
and the optimum aspect ratio is automatically selected.
memo This item is performs only at a S-VIDEO signal.
memo When the ASPECT button is used or the item ASPECT of the
MAIN menu is operated, the TURN OFF will be automatically
selected to this item.
RESET
Select the EXECUTE using the button
to reset the INPUT menu
items. :
EXECUTE
CANCEL
The items of the INPUT menu are collectively returned to the initial
setting. Note
that the item INFORMATION is not reset.
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AUTO Menu
With the AUTO menu, the items shown in the table below can
be performed. Perform each operation in accordance with the
instructions in the table below.
Item
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
ADJUST
POWER OFF
POWER ON
SEARCH
RESET
0 min
TURN ON
TURN ON
Description
Pressing the 4 (or the ENTER) button performs the automatic
adjustment.
■ At a RGB signal
The vertical position (V POSITION), the horizontal position (H
POSITION), the clock phase (H PHASE) and the horizontal size (H
SIZE) will be automatically adjusted.
memo Make sure that the application window is set to its maximum
size prior to attempting to use this feature. Dark pictures may still be
incorrectly adjusted. Use a bright screen when adjusting.
ADJUST
■ At a video signal
The signal type mode best suited for the respective input signal will
be selected automatically.
memo This function is available only when the AUTO is selected to
the item VIDEO of the INPUT menu. For a component video signal,
the signal type is identified automatically independently of this function.
memo This operation requires approximately 10 seconds, and the
message AUTO IN PROGRESS is displayed during the operation.
memo This operation may not work well at some signals. If the picture becomes unstable (ex. a irregular picture, a color lack), please
select the suitable mode to the item VIDEO of the INPUT menu.
Set the time using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
Long (max. 99 minutes)
Short (min. 0 minute = DISABLE)
POWER OFF
AUTO
POWER OFF
ENABLE
AUTO
POWER OFF
DISABLE
1min
0min
ex.
When the time is set to 1 to 99, the projector lamp will go off and the
STANDBY/ON indicator begins blinking when the passed time with
a proper signal (without no-signal and an unsuitable signal) reaches
at the set time. Please refer to the section Turning Off The Power.
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the 5 / 6 buttons.:
POWER ON
TURN ON
TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, you can turn the projector on without pressing the STANDBY/ON button. Please refer to the section
“Turning On The Power”.
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AUTO Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
TURN ON
TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, detecting no signal cycles through
input ports and displays the picture of retrieved signal.
M1-D
SEARCH
RGB
BNC
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
memo When the TURN ON is selected, pressing the RGB button
selects the M1-D ports, and pressing the VIDEO button selects the
COMPONENT port.
memo If no signal is found or the projector is unstable to find an
input signal at any of its ports, it will return to the state it was in prior
to the search.
RESET
Select the EXECUTE using the 5 button to reset the AUTO menu
items. :
EXECUTE
CANCEL
The items of the AUTO menu are collectively returned to the initial
setting. Note that the item ADJUST is not reset.
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SCREEN Menu
With the SCREEN menu, the items shown in the table below
can be performed. Perform each operation in accordance
with the instructions in the table below.
Item
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
BLANK
START UP
MyScreen
MyScreen SIZE
MyScreen LOCK
MENU POSITION
MESSAGE
RESET
BLACK
ORIGINAL
x1
TURN OFF
TURN ON
Description
Select a type of the BLANK screen using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
MyScreen
ORIGINAL
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
The BLANK screen is the screen, which is displayed by pressing the
BLANK button.
The MyScreen is the screen you can register a desired screen, and the
ORIGINAL is the existing standard screen. The BLUE, the WHITE
BLANK
and the BLACK are the non-pattered (plain) screens in each color.
memo To avoid remaining as an afterimage, the MyScreen and the
ORIGINAL screens will change to the BLACK screen after several
minutes.
memo For the MyScreen, please refer to the item MyScreen in this
table.
Select a type of the START UP screen using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
MyScreen
ORIGINAL
TURN OFF
The START UP screen is the screen, which is displayed by detecting
no signal or an unsuitable signal.
The MyScreen is the screen you can register a desired screen, and the
ORIGINAL is the existing standard screen. When the TURN OFF is
selected, the BLUE is used.
START UP
memo To avoid remaining as an afterimage, the MyScreen and the
ORIGINAL screens will change to the BLANK after several minutes.
If also the BLANK screen is the MyScreen or the ORIGINAL, it will
change to the BLACK screen.
memo About the MyScreen, please refer to the item MyScreen in this
table. About the BLUE, BLACK and BLANK screens, please refer to
the item BLANK in this table.
Pressing the 4 (or the ENTER) button starts the MyScreen registraMyScreen
tion. Please see the flow chart on the following page.
Select the size of the MyScreen using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
MyScreen SIZE
x1
FULL
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the 5 / 6 buttons.:
MyScreen
TURN ON
TURN OFF
The TURN ON disables the operation of the item MyScreen of this
LOCK
SCREEN menu.
Adjust the menu position using the 5 / 6 / 3 / 4 buttons. :
Up
MENU
POSITION
Left
+
Right
Down
memo To finish this operation, press the ESC button but not the 3
button.
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SCREEN Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
MESSAGE
RESET
TURN ON
TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, the following message function
works.
The message of the AUTO IN PROGRESS for the auto adjustment.
The message of the NO INPUT IS DETECTED
The message of the SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE
The message of the Searching
The message of the Detecting
The indication of the input signal by input change.
The indication of the aspect ratio by changing the aspect ratio.
The indication of FOCUS by adjusting the focus.
Select the EXECUTE using the 5 button to reset the SCREEN menu
items. :
EXECUTE
CANCEL
The items of the SCREEN menu are collectively returned to the initial setting.
How to register your picture as the MyScreen
MyScreen is pointed on the SCREEN menu.
Press the
button
The MyScreen
menu appears.
Do you capture the picture from
the current screen?
If the ESC/RESET
button is pressed ...
MyScreen
Do you start capturing this picture?
ESC
:NO
ENT
:YES
NO: Press the ESC/RESET button
YES: Press the ENTER button
The picture freeze and the frame for capturing appears.
Move the frame to the position of the picture
which you want to use, using / / / buttons,
and press the ENTER button to register.
Registering.
It takes about 1 minute to register.
MyScreen
Move the capture area
as you want.
ESC
:RETURN ENT :NEXT
My Screen
45%
Just when the picture registration is completed
the registered screen and
the message of the right is displayed for a few seconds.
MyScreen registration is finished.
If the picture registration failed,
the message of the right is displayed for a few seconds.
A capturing error has occurred.
Please try again.
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OPTION Menu
With the OPTION menu, the items shown in the table below
can be performed. Perform each operation in accordance
with the instructions in the table below.
Item
VOLUME
SPEAKER
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
VOLUME
SPEAKER
IR REMOTE
IR REMOTE ID
LAMP TIME
FILTER TIME
SERVICE
PIN LOCK
16
TURN ON
1: 2: 3:
ALL
1234 h
4321 h
TURN ON
Description
Adjust the volume using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
High
Low
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
TURN ON
TURN OFF
When the TURN ON is selected, the built-in speaker works.
IR REMOTE
Select a remote sensor using the 5 / 6 button (1), then switch
it using the ENTER button (2). :
(1) 1 : FRONT
2 : TOP
3 : REAR (2)
(Off)
(On)
memo A sensor cannot be turned off when the other two are off.
Always at least one sensor is on.
Select a number as an ID number for remote control using the 5 /
6 buttons. :
ALL
1
2
3
The projector is controlled by the remote control whose ID
IR REMOTE ID CHANGE switch is set into the position of the same number as this
number. When the ALL is selected, the projector is controlled by a
remote control irrespective of the position of the ID CHANGE
switch.
memo Please refer to the section Using The Remote ID Feature.
Pressing the RESET button for about 3 seconds displays the LAMP
TIME menu. Select the RESET using 5 button to reset the timer. :
RESET
LAMP TIME
CANCEL
Selecting the RESET resets the count of the lamp timer to 0.
memo Perform this function only when you have replaced the lamp.
The lamp timer counts the used time of the current lamp, to display
the messages about the lamp. Incorrect performing causes incorrect
operation of the messages.
memo About replacing the lamp, please refer to the section Lamp.
Pressing the RESET button for about 3 seconds displays the FILTER
TIME menu.
Select the RESET using 5 button to reset the timer. :
RESET
FILTER TIME
CANCEL
Selecting the RESET resets the count of the lamp timer to 0.
memo Perform this function only when you have cleaned or
replaced the air filter. The filter timer counts the used time of the air
filter after cleaning or replacement, to display the messages about the
air filter. Incorrect performing causes incorrect operation of the
messages.
memo About caring for the air filter, please refer to the section Air
Filter.
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OPTION Menu (continued)
Item
Description
Pressing the 4 (or the ENTER) button calls the
SERVICE menu.
SERVICE Menu
SERVICE
RESET
SERVICE
FANSPEED
AUTO ADJUST
LENS TYPE
LENS LOCK
NORMAL
ENABLE
AUTO
TURN OFF
Select an item using the 5 / 6 buttons, and
: SELECT
press the 4 (or the ENTER) button to per form
each function. :
FANSPEED
AUTO ADJUST
LENS TYPE
LENS LOCK
Select the fan speed level using the 5 / 6 buttons. :
HIGH
NORMAL
FANSPEE The HIGH ups rotation speeds of fans, though. Please
use this function in using a projector at highlands etc.
D
memo Note that the projector is noisier when the
HIGH is selected.
Select the ENABLE or the DISABLE using the5 / 6
buttons. :
ENABLE
DISABLE
When you want to keep the current adjustment state,
AUTO
select the DISABLE. When the ENABLE is selected,
ADJUST detecting a signal change to a RGB signal performs the
automatic adjustment of the vertical position (V
POSITION), the horizontal position (H POSITION),
the clock phase (H PHASE) and the horizontal size (H
SIZE).
Select the lens type currently used using the 5 / 6
buttons. :
AUTO
1
2
3
4
5
Please select depending on the following.
AUTO: automatically selects optimum mode.
1: for a standard lens (Type NL-500 etc.)
LENS
2: for a fixed short throw lens (Type FL-501 etc.)
TYPE
3: for a short throw lens (Type SL-502 etc.)
4: for a long throw lens (Type LL-503 etc.)
5: for a super long throw lens (Type LL-504 etc.)
memo This setting has an influence on the keystone
distortion etc.
memo About the optional lens, ask your dealer.
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the 5 /
6 buttons. :
LENS
TURN ON
TURN OFF
LOCK
Selecting the TURN ON locks the adjustment of the
lens shift, the zoom and the focus.
Select the EXECUTE using the 5 button to reset the OPTION menu
items. :
EXECUTE
CANCEL
The items of the OPTION menu are collectively returned to the initial
setting.
Note that the items “VOLUME”, “LAMP TIME”, “FILTER TIME” and
“SERVICE” are not reset.
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NETWORK Menu
This projector provides the NETWORK function. If you use
this function, please set up the projector according to the
Network environment in which you use it.
memo If DHCP function on your Network is activated, the
following operation is not normally required, because
DHCP function on this projector is active as initial settings.
Please see the section “Network Setting Up”.
Item
SETUP
DHCP
INFORMATION
RESET
TURN OFF
Description
SETUP
Press the 4 (or the ENTER) button,
NETWORK - SETUP
then the IP ADDRESS menu as right
IP ADRRESS
comes up.
192 . 168 . 1 . 24
memo This menu will be shown only
ESC
ENT :NEXT
:RETURN
when the DHCP is disabled at the
NETWORK menu. The IP Address is
identification number of the projector on the Network.
1. Set the IP Address using the 5 / 6 buttons.
memo The same IP Address with
NETWORK - SETUP
other units cannot be used. Press the
SUBNET MASK
4 (or the ENTER) button at the IP
255 . 255 . 255 . 1
ADDRESS menu, then the SUBNET
ESC
ENT :NEXT
:RETURN
MASK menu comes up. The SUBNET MASK is an address of the Network.
2. Set the address of the Network to
NETWORK - SETUP
be used. Press the 4 (or the ENTER)
DEFAULT GATEWAY
button at the SUBNET MASK menu,
255 . 255 . 255 . 0
then the DEFAULT GATEWAY menu
ESC
ENT :NEXT
:RETURN
comes up. The DEFAULT GATEWAY
is the main device to access outside of
the Network.
3. Set the address of the device as gateway to an outer Network.
DHCP
Select the TURN ON or the TURN OFF using the 5
/ 6 buttons. :
TURN ON
TURN OFF
If your Network doesnt support the DHCP function,
select the TURN OFF.
Pressing the 4 (or the ENTER) button displays the INFORMATION
menu.
INFORMATION The menu shows the information
about the current Network setting as
illustrated right.
RESET
34
MENU
MAIN
PICTURE-1
PICTURE-2
INPUT
AUTO
SCREEN
OPTION
NETWORK
: SELECT
NETWORK
DHCP
TURN ON
TURN OFF
NETWORK-INFORMATION
IP ADRRESS
192. 168. 1. 24
SUBNETMASK
255. 255. 255. 0
DEFAULT GATEWAY
255. 255. 255. 0
MAC ADRRESS
00. E0. 47. 03. 0C. D8
Select the EXECUTE using the 5 button to reset the NETWORK
menu items. :
EXECUTE
CANCEL
All items on the NETWORK menu are returned to the initial setting.
Multifunctional Settings
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Network Setting Up
This projector provides the NETWORK function. When you start to use this function,
please consult your dealer for further information.
To start, connect the NETWORK port to a gateway device via a CAT-5 cable, then set up the
projector according to the Network environment in which you use it.
When your Network enables the DHCP function
You can set automatically, if you set the DHCP function to "TURN ON" using the NETWORK menu. Please refer to the section "NETWORK Menu".
When your Network doesn’t support the DHCP function or When you use a fixed
address even if your Network can support the DHCP function
Please set the IP Address, the Subnet Mask, the Default Gateway and the DHCP using the
NETWORK menu. At first, set the DHCP function to “TURN OFF”.
You can set them using a Web Browser (Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher) on the computer
connected to the Network.
Input the same IP address as set to the projector onto the Web Browser on the computer
connected to LAN.
ex. Case of IP Address = 192.168.1.11
1.
2.
Input “http://192.168.1.11”.
Click “ENTER”.
3.
Input the required data according to
the screen.
4.
Make sure of the input data, then click
"Write".
memo These setting will be active after
reboot. These setting will be stored, and used
when DHCP is OFF.
5.
6.
Click “Return to top page”.
Click “REBOOT” to complete this
operation.
Network Setting Up
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Lamp
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE
HIGH TEMPERATURE
HIGH PRESSURE
The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp can break with a loud
bang, or burn out, if jolted or scratched, handled while hot, or worn over time. Note that
each lamp has a different lifetime, and some may burst or burn out soon after you start
using them. In addition, when the bulb bursts, it is possible for shards of glass to fly into
the lamp housing, and for gas containing mercury to escape from the projector’s vent
holes.
About disposal of a lamp • This product contains a mercury lamp; do not put in trash.
Dispose of in accord with environmental laws.
For lamp recycling, go to www.lamprecycle.org. (in the US)
For product disposal, contact your local government agency or www.eiae.org (in the
US) or www.epsc.ca (in Canada).
For more information, call your dealer.
•
Disconnect the
plug from the
power outlet
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
36
Lamp
If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does), unplug
the power cord from the outlet, and make sure to request a replacement
lamp from your local dealer. Note that shards of glass could damage the
projector’s internals, or cause injury during handling, so please do not
try to clean the projector or replace the lamp yourself.
If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does),
ventilate the room well, and make sure not to breathe the gas that comes
out of the projector vents, or get it in your eyes or mouth.
Before replacing the lamp, make sure the power switch is off and the
power cable is not plugged in, then wait at least 45 minutes for the lamp
to cool sufficiently. Handling the lamp while hot can cause burns, as well
as damaging the lamp.
Do not open the lamp cover while the projector is suspended from
above. This is dangerous, since if the lamp’s bulb has broken, the shards
will fall out when the cover is opened. In addition, working in high
places is dangerous, so ask your local dealer to have the lamp replaced
even if the bulb is not broken.
Do not use the projector with the lamp cover removed. At the lamp
replacing, make sure that the screws are screwed in firmly. Loose screws
could result in damage or injury.
Use only the lamp of the specified type.
If the lamp breaks soon after the first time it is used, it is possible that
there are electrical problems elsewhere besides the lamp. If this happens,
contact your local dealer or a service representative.
Handle with care: jolting or scratching could cause the lamp bulb to
burst during use.
If the indicators or a message prompts you to replace the lamp (see the
section “Related Messages” and “Regarding the indicator Lamps”),
replace the lamp as soon as possible. Using the lamp for long periods of
time, or past the replacement date, could cause it to burst. Do not use old
(used) lamps; this is a cause of breakage.
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Replacing The Lamp
If the indicators or a message prompts you to replace the lamp, replace the lamp as soon as
possible.
1.
2.
Turn off the projector, and unplug the power cord. Allow the lamp bulb to cool for at
least 45 minutes.
Contact your dealer to prepare a new lamp. Tell the dealer your lamp type number. If
the projector is mounted on the ceiling, or if the lamp has broken, also ask the dealer
to replace the lamp.
In the case of replacement by yourself,
TEMP
STANDBY
LAMP
/ON
VIDEO
NT
MENU
INTER
BNG
RGB
RESET
INPUT
M1-D
FOCUS
ZOOM
SEARCH
KEYSTON
E
PC
CO LAMP
Screws
TEMP
STANDBY
LAMP
/ON
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMPON
ENT
LENS
SHIFT
MENU
INTER
BNG
RGB
M1-D
RESET
INPUT
FOCUS
ZOOM
SEARCH
KEYSTON
E
PC
PC
P
CO LAM
CO LAMP
TEMP
STANDBY
/ON
VIDEO
Tabs
LAMP
S-VIDEO
COMPONE
NT
LENS
SHIFT
INTER
MENU
BNG
RGB
M1-D
INPUT
RESET
FOCUS
SEARCH
E
KEYSTON
ZOOM
7.
S-VIDEO
6.
Unscrew the 3 screws, and slowly pull
out the lamp by the handle. Be careful
not to touch the inside of the lamp case.
Insert the new lamp, and tighten the 3
screws firmly to lock it in place.
Interlocking the 2 tabs of the lamp cover
to the projector, put the lamp cover on
the projector. Then push the point of the
lamp cover to fix it, as shown in the Figure. Make sure that the lamp cover does’t
come up.
Turn on the projector, and reset the lamp
timer.
(1) While the projector running, press the
MENU button to open the menu.
Lamp cover
COMPONE
5.
Lamp cover knob
SHIFT
4.
After making sure that the projector has
cooled adequately, slide the knob of a
lamp cover lock as shown in the Figure.
Then, one side of the lamp cover is
raised. Pull up the lamp cover and
remove it, as shown in the Figure.
LENS
3.
PC
CO LAMP
(2) Choose the “OPTION” on the menu using the 5 / 6 button, then press the button
or ENTER button.
(3) Choose the “LAMP TIME” using the 5 / 6 button, then press and hold the RESET
button for 3 seconds.
(4) Choose the “RESET” using the 5 button.
memo When the lamp has been replaced after the message of "THE POWER WILL
TURN OFF AFTER 0hr." is displayed, complete this operation within 10 minutes of
switching power on.
memo Incorrectly resetting of the lamp timer (resetting without replacement, or
neglect of resetting after replacement) will result in incorrect message functions.
Lamp
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Air Filter
WARNING
•
•
•
•
Please carefully read the “User’s Manual - Safety Guide.
Before caring, make sure the power switch is off and the power cable is not plugged in,
then wait at least 45 minutes for the lamp to cool sufficiently.
Use only the air filter of the specified type NJ08081.
Do not use the projector with the air filter and filter cover removed. The use without
the air filter could result in damage.
CAUTION
•
If the air filter becomes clogged by dust or the like, internal temperature rises and could
cause malfunction. The power is automatically turned off in order to prevent the
projector from overheating internally.
Caring For The Air Filter
The air filter should be cleaned about every 100 hours. If the indicators or a message
prompts you to clean the air filter, clean the air filter as soon as possible.
If the soiling will not come off the air filter, or it becomes damaged, then it needs to be
replaced. Please replace the air filter as soon as possible.
memo When you replace the lamp, please replace also the air filter.
TEMP
3.
LAMP
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
2.
Turn off the projector, and unplug the power cord. Allow the lamp bulb to cool for at
least 45 minutes.
After making sure that the projector has cooled adequately, remove the filter cover and
air filter.
Apply a vacuum cleaner to the top of the filter cover
Hold the release buttons of
the filter cover while
and the air filter to clean.
pulling down it.
If the soiling will not come off the air filter, or it
becomes damaged, it needs to be replaced.
If the air filter needs to be replaced, contact your
dealer to prepare a new air filter. Tell the dealer your
air filter type.
LENS SHIFT
1.
MENU
INTER
RGB
FOCUS
RESET
M1-D
INPUT
ZOOM
SEARCH
KEYSTONE
TEMP
VIDEO
STANDBY/ON
LAMP
MENU
INTER
M1-D
INPUT
RESET
FOCUS
ZOOM
SEARCH
KEYSTONE
Air Filter
RGB
38
BNG
COMPONENT
S-VIDEO
5.
Insert the cleaned air filter or a new air filter, and
Hold the release button of
replace the filter cover.
the air filter while pulling
out it.
Turn on the projector power, and reset the filter
timer.
(1) While the projector running, press the MENU
button to open the menu.
(2) Choose the “OPTION” on the menu using the
5 / 6 button, then press the 4 button or
ENTER button.
(3) Choose the “FILTER TIME” using the5 / 6 button, then press and hold the
RESET button for 3 seconds.
(4) Choose the “RESET” using the 5 button.
memo Incorrectly resetting of the filter timer (resetting without replacement, or
neglect of resetting after replacement) will result in incorrect message functions.
LENS SHIFT
4.
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Other Care
WARNING
•
•
•
•
•
Please carefully read the “User’s Manual - Safety Guide”.
Before caring, make sure the power switch is off and the power cable is not
plugged in.
Be cautious of high temperature. Do not touch about the lens and ventilation openings
during use or immediately after use prevent a burn.
Never try to care for the inside of the unit yourself. Doing so is dangerous.
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
Incorrect care could have adverse influence such as discoloration, peeling paint, etc.
Do not use cleaner or chemicals other than those listed below, including benzene and
paint thinner.
Do not use aerosols or sprays.
Do not polish or wipe with hard objects.
Caring For The Inside Of The Projector
In order to ensure the safe use of your projector, please have it cleaned and inspected by your
local dealer about once every 2 years.
Caring For The Lens
1.
2.
Turn off the projector, and unplug the power cord.
Lightly wipe the lens with a commercially available lens-cleaning wipe. Do not touch
the lens directly with your hand.
Caring For The Cabinet And Remote Control
1.
2.
Turn off the projector, and unplug the power cord.
Wipe lightly with gauze or a soft cloth.
memo If soiling is severe, dip soft cloth in water or a neutral cleaner dilute in water, and
wipe lightly after wringing well. Then, wipe lightly with a soft, dry cloth.
Other Care
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Troubleshooting
Related Messages
When the unit's power is on, messages such as those shown below may be displayed. When
any such message is displayed on the screen, please respond as described below. If the same
message is displayed after the treatment, or if a message other than the following appears,
please contact your dealer or service company.
memo Although these messages will be automatically disappeared around several minutes,
it will be reappeared every time the power is turned on.
Message
CHANGE THE LAMP
AFTER REPLACING LAMP,
RESET THE LAMP TIMER.
CHANGE THE LAMP
AFTER REPLACING LAMP,
RESET THE LAMP TIMER.
Description
The time the lamp timer has counted is
approaching 2000 hours.
Preparation of a new lamp, and an early lamp
change is recommended. After you have change
the lamp, please be sure to reset the lamp timer.
The time the lamp timer has counted is
approaching 2000 hours, so a lamp change
within ** hours is recommended.
When lamp usage reaches 2000 hours, the power
will automatically be turned off.
THE POWER WILL TURN OFF Please change the lamp by referring to the section
AFTER ** hr.
“Lamp”. After you have changed the lamp, please
be sure to reset the lamp timer.
CHANGE THE LAMP
AFTER REPLACING LAMP,
RESET THE LAMP TIMER.
As the time the lamp timer has counted has
reached 2000 hours, the power will soon be
automatically turned off.
Please immediately turn the power off, and
change the lamp by referring to the section
THE POWER WILL TURN OFF “Lamp”. After changing the lamp, please be sure
AFTER 0 hr.
to reset the lamp timer.
(This table is continued to the following page.)
NOTE
•
40
A lamp has a finite product life. Lamps are characterized by the fact that, after long
hours of usage, a lamp will no longer light up, or the lamp will break or burst, etc. This
projector is equipped with an automatic shut-down function, such that the power will
automatically be turned off when lamp usage time has reached 2000 hours. Please be
aware, however, that among lamp types, there are major differences in product
lifetimes; a lamp may thus fail to light even prior to the functioning of the automatic
shut-down function of this projector.
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Related Messages (continued)
Message
Description
CLEAN THE AIR FILTER
The time the filter timer has counted has reached
100 hours.
POWER OFF FIRST,
THEN CLEAN THE AIR
FILTER.
AFTER CLEANING THE AIR
FILTER,
RESET THE FILTER TIMER.
Please clear or change the air filter by referring to
the section “Air Filter”. After caring for the air filter,
please be sure to reset the filter timer.
The internal portion temperature is rising.
CHECK THE AIR FLOW
Please turn the power OFF, and allow the unit to
cool down at least 20 minutes. After the projector
has sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation of the following items, and then turn the
power on again.
•
•
•
Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
Is the air filter dirty?
Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
There is no input signal.
NO INPUT IS DETECTED
ON ***
SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE
ON *** fH *****kHz fV *****Hz
Please confirm the signal input connection, and the
status of the signal source.
The horizontal or vertical wavelength of the
inputted signal is outside of the response
parameters of this unit.
Please confirm the specs for this unit or the signal
source specs.
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Regarding The Indicator Lamps
Lighting and flashing of the STANDBY/ON indicator, the LAMP indicator, and the TEMP
indicator have the meanings as described in the table below. Please respond in accordance
with the instructions within the table. If the same indication is displayed after the treatment,
or if an indication other than the following is displayed, please contact your dealer or service
company.
NOTE
•
When the interior portion has become overheated, for safety purposes, the power
source is automatically turned off, and the indicator lamps may also be turned off. In
such a case, press the “ ” (OFF) side of the main power switch, and wait at least 45
minutes. After the projector has sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation of
the attachment state of the lamp and lamp cover, and then turn the power on again.
STANDBY/
ON indicator
LAMP
indicator
TEMP
indicator
Lighting in
Orange
Turned off
Turned off
Blinking in
Green
Turned off
Turned off
Lighting in
Green
Turned off
Turned off
Blinking in
Orange
Turned off
Turned off
Description
The projector is in a standby state.
Please refer to the section “Power On/Off ”.
The projector is warming up.
Please wait.
The projector is in an on state.
Ordinary operations may be performed.
The projector is cooling down.
Please wait.
The projector is cooling down. A certain error
has been detected.
Blinking in Red (discretionary) (discretionary) Please wait until the STANDBY/ON indicator
finishes blink, and then perform the proper
response measure using the item descriptions
below as reference.
The lamp does not light, and there is a
possibility that interior portion has become
heated.
Lighting in Red
Lighting in
Red
Turned off
Please turn the power off, and allow the unit to
cool down at least 20 minutes. After the projector
has sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation of the following items, and then turn the
power on again.
•
•
•
Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
Is the air filter dirty?
Does the peripheral temperature exceed
35°C?
If the same indication is displayed after the treatment, please change the lamp by referring to the
section “Lamp”.
(This table is continued to the following page.)
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Regarding The Indicator Lamps (continued)
STANDBY/
ON
indicator
LAMP
TEMP
indicator indicator
Description
Either there is no lamp and/or lamp cover, or
either of these has not been properly fixed.
Blinking in
Lighting in Red
Red
Please turn the power off, and allow the unit to cool
down at least 45 minutes. After the projector has
Turned off sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation
of the attachment state of the lamp and lamp cover,
and then turn the power on again. If the same indication is displayed after the treatment, please contact your dealer or service company.
The cooling fan is not operating.
Lighting in Red
Turned off
Please turn the power off, and allow the unit to cool
down at least 20 minutes. After the projector has
Blinking in sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation
Red
that no foreign matter has become caught in the
fan, etc., and then turn the power on again. If the
same indication is displayed after the treatment,
please contact your dealer or service company.
There is a possibility that the interior portion has
become heated.
Lighting in Red
Lighting in
Green
Turned off
Please turn the power off, and allow the unit to cool
down at least 20 minutes. After the projector has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation
Lighting in of the following items, and then turn the power on
again.
Red
•
Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
•
Is the air filter dirty?
•
Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
If the same indication is displayed after the treatment, please change the lamp by referring to the
section “Lamp”.
Alternative
Blinking in Red
There is a possibility that the interior portion has
become overcooled.
Please use the unit within the usage temperature
parameters (0°C to 35°C). After the treatment,
resent the power to ON.
It is time to clean the air filter, or there is no air
filter.
Lighting in
Green
Simultaneous
Blinking in Red
Please immediately turn the power OFF, and clean
or change the air filter by referring to the section
“Air Filter”. After cleaning or changed the lamp,
please be sure to reset the filter timer. After the
treatment, resent the power to ON.
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Phenomena That May Easily Be Mistaken For
Machine Defects
WARNING
•
Never use the projector if abnormal operations such as smoke, strange odor, excessive
sound, damaged casing or elements or cables, penetration of liquids or foreign matter,
etc. should occur. In such cases, immediately turn off the power switch and then
disconnect the power plug from the power outlet After making sure that the smoke or
odor has stopped, contact your dealer or service company.
Before requesting repair, please check in accordance with the following chart. If the situation
cannot be corrected, please contact your dealer or service company.
NOTE
•
Although bright spots or dark spots may appear on the screen, this is a unique
characteristic of liquid crystal displays, and such do not constitute or imply a machine
defect.
Phenomenon
Cases not involving a machine defect
The electrical power cord is not plugged in.
Reference
pages
10
Correctly connect the power cord.
The power switch is not set to the on position.
14
Set the power switch to [ | ] (On).
The main power source has been interrupted during
operation such as by a power outage (blackout), etc.
Power does not
come on.
14
Please turn the power off, and allow the unit to cool down at
least 20 minutes. After the projector has sufficiently cooled
down, please turn the power on again.
Either there is no lamp and/or lamp cover, or either of
these has not been properly fixed.
Please turn the power off, and allow the unit to cool down at
least 45 minutes. After the projector has sufficiently cooled
down, please make confirmation of the attachment state of
the lamp and lamp cover, and then turn the power on again.
The signal cables are not correctly connected.
Correctly connect the connection cables.
Neither sounds
nor pictures are
outputted.
Signal source does not correctly work.
-
Correctly set up the signal source device by referring to the
manual of the source device.
The input changeover settings are mismatched.
15
Select the input signal, and correct the settings.
(This table is continued to the following page.)
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Phenomena That May Easily Be Mistaken For
Machine Defects (continued)
Phenomenon
Cases not involving a machine defect
The signal cables are not correctly connected.
Referenc
e pages
8, 9
Correctly connect the connection cables.
The volume is adjusted to an extremely low level.
Adjust the VOLUME to a higher level.
Pictures are
displayed, but no The sound is muted.
sounds are heard. Press the MUTE button to restore the sound.
18, 32
18
The audio input is not correctly selected when the child 20
window is displayed.
Correctly select the audio input.
The lens cap is attached.
3
Remove the lens cap.
The signal cables are not correctly connected.
8, 9
Sounds are heard, Correctly connect the connection cables.
22
but no pictures are The brightness is adjusted to an extremely low level.
Adjust
the
BRIGHT
to
a
higher
level
using
the
menu
funcdisplayed.
tion.
The screen is blanked.
18
Press the BLANK button to return to the input signal
screen.
Colors have a
faded- out
appearance, or
Color tone is poor.
Color settings are not correctly adjusted.
23
Perform picture adjustments by changing the COLOR BAL
R, COLOR BAL G, COLOR BAL B, COLOR and/or TINT
settings, using the menu functions.
The brightness and/or contrast are adjusted to an
extremely low level.
Pictures appear
dark.
22
Adjust the BRIGHT and/or CONTRAST settings to a
higher level using the menu function.
The WHISPER function is working.
22
Select the NORMAL to the item WHISPER in the MAIN
menu.
The lamp is approaching the end of its product lifetime. 36, 37
Replace the lamp.
Either the focus and/or horizontal phase settings are
not properly.
Pictures appear
blurry.
15
Adjust the focus using the focus buttons, and/or H PHASE
using the menu function.
The lens is dirty or misty.
39
Clean the lens by referring to the section “Caring For The
Lens”.
Input signal
changes with no
operation.
The INPUT dial is set between the click points.
15
Turn the INPUT dial and set it at a click point.
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Warranty And After-Service
If a problem occurs with the equipment, first refer to the “Troubleshooting” and run
through the suggested checks. If this does not resolve the problem, please contact your
dealer or service company. They will tell you what warranty condition is applied.
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Specifications
NOTE
•
This specifications are subject to change without notice.
Item
Specification
Product name
Liquid crystal
panel
Panel size
Drive system
Pixels
Lens
Lamp
Speaker
Power supply
Power consumption
Temperature range
Size
Liquid crystal projector
2.5 cm (0.99 type)
TFT active matrix
786,432 pixels (1024 horizontal x 768 vertical)
Zoom lens F=1.7 ~ 2.4 f=30.5 ~ 45.8 mm
310W UHB
1.0W + 1.0W (Stereo)
AC100~120V, 5.2A/AC220~240V, 2.2A
470W
0 ~ 35°C (Operating)
420 (W) x 150 (H) x 310 (D) mm (Not including
protruding parts)
•
Weight (mass)
Please refer to the figure of the section
“TECHNICAL” of the end of this manual.
7.7 kg
RGB input ports
RGB output port
RGB
M1-D
BNC (R, G, B, H, V)
RGB OUT
Video input ports
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
Ports
Audio output port
AUDIO OUT
Control port
CONTROL
(CR/PR, CB/PB, Y)
Other ports
Audio input ports
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
AUDIO IN R/L
Optional Parts
Lamp
Air filter
Others
NETWORK
REMOTE CONTROL
DC OUT
DT00601
NJ08081
• Please consult your dealer.
Specifications
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