Samsung SP-H800 - DLP Projector - HD 720p Specifications

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Owner's Instructions
SP-H800
Table of Contents
Preparation
Table of Contents
Preparation
Picture Adjustment
Features and Design..............................................4
Selecting Picture Mode ......................................30
Caution on Lamp Use and Replacement ..............5
Custom Settings of the Picture ..........................31
Projector and Accessories
Front/Upper Side and Accessories ........................8
Rear Side and Cables ........................................10
Remote Control Buttons ....................................11
Operating the Remote Control............................12
Changing the Color Standard ............................32
Installation and Basic Adjustments
Installation ......................................................14
Turning ON/OFF ..............................................15
Zooming and Focus Adjustment..........................16
Leveling with Adjustable Feet ............................17
Using the Lens Shift Dial....................................18
Screen Size and Projection Distance....................19
Setting up DNle ..................................................36
Selecting and Adjusting Color Temperature ....33
Gamma Correction ..............................................34
Saving Custom Picture Settings ........................35
Selecting Picture Size..........................................37
Screen Position Adjustment ..............................39
Selecting Noise Reduction ..................................40
Color Control........................................................41
Film Mode ............................................................42
Overscan ..............................................................43
Setting the Black Level ......................................44
Still Picture ..........................................................45
Connections and Source Setup
Setup
Before Connections ............................................22
Flipping/Reversing the Projected Image ........48
Connecting to Video Equipment
Connecting to VCR/Camcorder/Cable Box ..........23
Connecting to DVD ............................................24
Connecting to the Digital TV Receiver..................25
Light Setting ........................................................49
Setting up the External Input Source ................26
Restoring the Factory Default Settings ............52
Naming the External Connections ....................27
Information ..........................................................53
Correcting Vertical Keystone ............................50
Test Patterns ......................................................51
Setting the LED ....................................................54
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Other Information
Setting the Language ..........................................56
Storage and Maintenance ..................................76
Setting the Menu Position..................................57
Purchasing Optional Parts..................................77
Setting the Menu Translucency..........................58
Glossary ..............................................................78
Setting the Menu Display Time..........................59
Structure of Screen Menu ..................................80
Selecting the Quick Menu ..................................60
Lamp Replacement ..............................................83
Preparation
Menu Option
RS-232C Connection and Control ......................84
Specifications ......................................................86
Before Connecting to PC ....................................62
Setting up the PC Environment ..........................63
Connecting to PC..................................................64
Automatic Picture Adjustment ..........................66
Remote Control Specifications ..........................87
Table of Contents
Connecting to PC
Frequency Adjustment ........................................67
Fine Tuning with the Phase Adjustment ..........68
Zooming the Screen ............................................69
Reset the PC ........................................................70
Troubleshooting
Before Contacting Service Personnel ................72
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Features and Design
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Optical engine adopting advanced DLP technology
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The DLP HD2+, DC3 DMD panel of 1280x720 pixels resolution has
been adopted.
5X-speed color wheel designed to reduce digital artifacts
250W Lamp designed to improve luminance
Vivid colors
Features and Design
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Quality picture tuning focused on improving color - this unit aims at
realizing color coordinates that meet broadcasting standards on
video production.
Minimized fan noise and light leakage
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The airflow and fan installation structure are optimized to minimize
fan noise and beam leakage.
Various Input Ports
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Five types of input ports including a DVI-D (compatible with HDCP)
port, two Component ports improve connection to external
peripherals.
User adjustments
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This unit allows adjustment of each input port.
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The unit has a reference pattern that can be used for positioning and
adjustment.
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For the user's convenience in dark surroundings, a backlight for the
remote control is provided.
Caution on Lamp Use and Replacement
The projector lamp is an expendable whose life time and
performance is determined by the operating conditions such as the
usage time and environment. The lamp needs to be replaced
periodically before the life time ends so as to prevent a sudden
degradation of performance or malfunction.
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Free servicing will be offered within 90 days after purchasing of the
product and within 300 hours of product use, if the problem is due
to a defective lamp.
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You can check the lamp use time by pressing the INFO button on
the remote control.
Caution on Lamp Replacement
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Unplug the power cord before replacing the lamp.
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Inside of the projector is very hot. Cool off the projector for at least
an hour after turning off.
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Contact your dealer to purchase a lamp for replacement.
(Ultra violets from the lamp can damage your eyes.)
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Turn off the power of the lamp before replacement or repair.
(Due to the high-pressure of the lamp, it is possible to explode.)
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Take care when handling the lamp because any broken pieces of
glass may harm you if the lamp breaks. For more detailed
information about the procedures to use, refer to <Replacing the
Lamp> on page 83.
Caution on Lamp Use and Replacement
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Projector Lamp
Caution on Lamp Use
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This projector produces intense light. Do not stare light source
directly.
Take Care: The ultraviolet ray from the lamp may harm your
eyesight.
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Do not touch the exhaust vent during operation. It can be very hot.
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Do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
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Projector and Accessories ............................8
Installation and Basic Adjustments ..........14
PROJECTOR AND ACCESSORIES
Front/Upper Side and Accessories
Front/Upper Side
Preparation
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Projector and Accessories
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Indicators
- TEMP (Red LED)
- LAMP (Blue LED)
- STAND BY (Blue LED)
Refer to page 9 for details.
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Remote Control Signal Receiver
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Focus Ring
Used for Focus Adjustment.
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Lens
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Adjustable Feet
You can adjust the screen position by moving
up and down the adjustable feet.
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Zoom Knob
Used to enlarge or reduce image size.
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MENU
Use this button to enter or exit a menu or to
move forward in a menu.
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POWER
Used to turn the projector on or off.
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SOURCE
Used to select input signals from the external
sources.
10 Select and Move Button
Use this button to move to or select an item
within a menu.
11 Lenz Adjustment Dial
You can adjust screen images up and down
within the lens range.
Accessories
Remote Control/
2 Batteries
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Power Cable
Owner's Instructions
Indicator Information
: Turned on
LAMP
: Turned off
STANDBY
Information
Clearing Indicator Problems
Classification
Measure 1
Measure 2
Measure 3
Measure 4
State
Projector and Accessories
If you press the POWER button on the remote control or projector, the screen
appears within 30 seconds.
The projector is in normal operating condition.
This state appears when the projector is preparing an operation after the POWER
button on the projector or the remote control has been pressed.
The POWER button is pressed to turn off the projector, and the cooling system is
in operation to cool off inside of the projector. (Lasts for about 1 minute and 30
seconds)
Refer to measure 1 below if the cooling fan inside the projector is not in normal
operation condition.
Refer to measure 2 below if the lamp cover protecting the lamp unit is not closed
properly.
Power is turned off automatically when temperature inside of the projector goes
beyond the control limit. Refer to measure 3.
Refer to measure 4 below if the life span of the lamp is running out or a problem
with the lamp is detected.
Preparation
TEMP
: Blinks
Measures
If the symptom remains even after disconnecting and then
When the cooling fan system is
not in normal operating condition. reconnecting the power cord and turning the projector on
again, contact your product provider or our service center.
Check the screw on the bottom side of the projector. If you
When the lamp cover protecting
do not find any problem, contact a dealer or service
the lamp unit is not properly
closed or the sensor system is not personnel near you.
in normal operating condition.
Adjust the position of the projector following the
When temperature inside of the
installation instructions of this manual and cool off the
projector becomes too high.
projector before restarting it. If the problem does not
disappear, contact a dealer or service personnel near you.
Turn the power off, wait for a sufficient amount of cooling
The lamp is malfunctioning after
time and then turn the power on for operations.
abnormal power off or restarting
right after turning off the projector.
Check how long the lamp has been used on Information
When brightness of the picture
and contact a dealer or service personnel near you for lamp
screen degrades or image
replacement.
deterioration is found.
NOTE
This Projector uses a cooling fan system to keep
the unit from overheating.
Operation of the cooling fan may cause noise,
which does not affect the product performance.
No exchange or refund for the noise concern.
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PROJECTOR AND ACCESSORIES
Rear Side and Cables
Rear Side
Preparation
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Projector and Accessories
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Remote Control Signal Receiver
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RS-232C port
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AC Power Input
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S-VIDEO Input port
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DVI Input port
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Power Switch
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COMPOSITE Input ports
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PC Input port
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Component Input port
Cables
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Power Cord
Connected to the wall
outlet ∏.
Video Cable
(Optional Parts)
Connected to the
connection port ˇ.
PC Video Cable
(Optional Parts)
Connected to the
connection port Ø.
DVI-D Cable
(Optional Parts)
Connected to the
connection port ˆ.
S-Video Cable
(Optional Parts)
Connected to the
connection port ´.
Component Cable
(Optional Parts)
Connected to the
connection port ’.
PROJECTOR AND ACCESSORIES
Remote Control Buttons
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COMP.1 (Pages 24~27)
Used to switch to COMPONENT 1 Mode.
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COMP.2 (Pages 24~27)
Used to switch to COMPONENT 2 Mode.
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S-VIDEO (Pages 23, 26)
Used to switch to S-VIDEO Mode.
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P.SIZE (Page 37)
Used to adjust the size of picture screen.
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P.MODE (Page 30)
Used to select Picture Mode.
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STILL (Page 45)
Used to see still images.
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V.KEYSTONE (Page 50)
You can use this function for trapezoidal
adjustment of the image.
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QUICK (Page 60)
Used to quickly select the previous menu.
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10 MENU
Used to display Menu Screen.
11 …†œ√ (Move) /
(Select)
Used to move to or select each menu item.
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ON
Used to turn on the projector.
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12 OFF
Used to turn off the projector.
13 LIGHT (Page 13)
Used to operate remote control in dark
room.
14 PC (Pages 25, 64, 66~70)
Used to switch to PC Mode.
15 DVI (Page 25, 64)
Used to switch to DVI Mode.
16 COMPOSITE (Pages 23, 26)
Used to switch to COMPOSITE Mode.
17 CUSTOM (Page 31)
Used to select Picture User Adjust Mode.
18 INSTALL (Page 48)
Used to flip or reverse the projected image.
19 INFO (Page 53)
Used to check source signals, picture setup,
PC screen adjustment and lamp lifespan.
20 EXIT
Used to make Menu Screen disappear.
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PROJECTOR AND ACCESSORIES
Operating the Remote Control
Operating Move/Select Button
Preparation
Projector and Accessories
Move Menu Item (Up)
Move Menu Item
(Down)
Setting the Adjustment
(left), or move to
upper item
Select the current
setting
Inserting Batteries into Remote Control
1. Press on the
part of the lid to remove it.
2. Insert two AAA-sized 1.5V batteries by
matching +/-.
3. Close the lid.
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Setting the Adjustment
(right), or move to
lower item.
Allowable range & angle of receiving the remote control signal
The remote control is effective within a 30°
angle 7~10m from the projector.
CAUTION
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Projector and Accessories
Keep used batteries away from children and
dispose of them properly.
Do not use new and used batteries together.
Replace two batteries at the same time.
Remove batteries when the projector is not
used for long periods of time.
Using Remote Control in Dark Place (LIGHT)
Press the LIGHT button of the remote
controller for five seconds. The remote
control buttons are lit for about 5 seconds
and turn off automatically.
LIGHT
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INSTALLATION AND BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
Installation
To Install the Projector
Install the projector so that the projection is
perpendicular to the screen.
Preparation
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Center the lens to the screen. If the projector
is not positioned perpendicular to the
screen, the image may appear trapezoidal.
Do not install the screen in a bright place as
it makes it harder to see the screen.
Darken the room when installing the
projector in a bright place.
Installation and Basic Adjustments
Installing Projector on Backside of Screen
Install a translucent screen to place the
projector on the backside of the screen.
The Translucent will show the horizontally
flipped image. Rotate the image (projected
from the projector) horizontally.
(Page 48)
Installing Projector in Front of the Screen
Install the projector at the viewers’ side.
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NOTE
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The projector may be installed on the ceiling
in front / back side of the screen.
When installing the projector on the ceiling,
contact your dealer.
INSTALLATION AND BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
Turning ON/OFF
Turning On Projector
1. Plug the power cord into the power terminal on the rear side of the projector.
3. Press the POWER button of the projector or the ON button of the remote control.
4. A picture will be displayed on the screen in approximately 30 seconds.
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2. Press and push the power switch on the rear side of the projector toward "-".
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When you turn off the projector, the cooling fan
stops within 1 minute and 30 seconds.
When the cooling fan stops, push the power
switch toward "O" and unplug the power cord.
Turning the power OFF
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1. Press the [POWER] button on the projector or the [OFF] button on the remote control.
2. Select the [OK] button displayed on the screen.
3. Do not unplug the power cord from the wall outlet , and do not press the <O> side of the
power switch at the back of the projector during the cooling time (approximately one and
a half minutes). Insufficient cooling may reduce the life time of the product. During the
cooling time, the [LAMP] operating LED on the main body blinks.
4. When the cooling operation is successfully completed, the [LAMP] operating LED on the main
body is turned off and the [STAND BY] operating LED is turned on. Press the <O> side of the
power switch at the back of the projector to minimize standby power consumption.
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Turn Power Off?
OK
Cancel
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INSTALLATION AND BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
Zoom and Focus Adjustment
Using the Zoom Knob and the Focus Ring
1. You can adjust the size of image within zoom range by manipulating the Zoom Knob.
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2. Focus the picture on the screen using the Focus Ring.
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Zoom Knob
Focus Ring
Focus may appear dim if the projector is installed at a shorter than recommended distance. (Page 19)
NOTE
INSTALLATION AND BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
Leveling with Adjustable Feet
For level placing of the projector, adjust the Adjustable Feet of the projector.
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NOTE
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You may adjust the level of the projector up to 5 degrees.
Depending on the position of the projector, Keystone distortion of image may appear. (Page 50)
Installation and Basic Adjustments
Adjustable Feet
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INSTALLATION AND BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
Using the Lens Shift Dial
Using the Lens Shift Dial
Move the picture projected on the screen up and down within the lens range by turning the
Lens Shift Dial on the top side of the projector with your fingers.
Preparation
Lens Shift Dial
Installation and Basic Adjustments
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UP
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INSTALLATION AND BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
Screen Size and Projection Distance
Install the projector on a flat, even surface and level the projector using the adjustable feet
to realize optimal picture quality. If images are not clear, adjust them using the Zoom Knob
or Focus Ring, or move the projector forward and backward.
Vertical
(Y:cm/inch)
Min
(m/ft)
Max
(m/ft)
Distance from Lens Center
to Image Bottom
(Z’:cm/inch)
666.3
555.3
444.2
422.0
399.8
377.6
355.4
333.2
311.0
288.7
266.5
244.3
222.1
199.9
177.7
155.5
133.3
111.1
95.5
88.8
73.3
67.5
374.6
312.2
249.7
237.2
224.7
212.3
199.8
187.3
174.8
162.3
149.8
137.3
124.9
112.4
99.9
87.4
74.9
62.4
53.7
49.9
41.2
37.9
10.5
8.6
6.9
6.6
6.2
5.9
5.5
5.2
4.8
4.5
4.1
3.8
3.5
3.1
2.8
2.4
2.1
1.7
1.5
1.4
1.1
1.0
13.6
11.4
9.1
8.6
8.2
7.7
7.3
6.8
6.4
5.9
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.1
3.6
3.2
2.7
2.3
1.9
1.8
1.5
1.4
31.2
26.0
20.8
19.8
18.7
17.7
16.6
15.6
14.6
13.5
12.5
11.4
10.4
9.4
8.3
7.3
6.2
5.2
4.5
4.2
3.4
3.2
NOTE
Installation and Basic Adjustments
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170
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150
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30.385
Horizontal
(X:cm/inch)
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Throw Distance (Z)
Screen Size (16:9)
Diagonal Image Size
(inch)
This projector is designed to show images
optimally on a 80 to 150 inch sized screen.
Screen
Screen
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Z : Throw Distance
Z' : Distance from Lens Center to Image Bottom
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Connections and Source Setup
Before Connections ....................................22
Connecting to Video Equipment ................23
Setting up the External Input Source ........26
Naming the External Connections ............27
Before Connections
Check the followings before connecting the projector to other devices.
Connections and Source Setup Before Connections
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Check the following Before Connecting
1. Refer to the manual of the device the projector is connected to. The number and
position of ports may differ depending on type of devices.
2. Do not connect power until all the connections are completed. If you try to connect
power while connecting cables, it may result in damage to the projector.
3. Check the type of ports the projector is connected to.
4. This product receives video signals from an external device and displays the video
to a screen. For audio signals, an additional audio system is required.
Refer to "Rear Side and Cables" on page 10 for cables used for connection.
CONNECTING TO VIDEO EQUIPMENT
Connecting to VCR/Camcorder/Cable Box
Rear side of Projector
Video Cable
or
VCR
Camcorder
Rear Connection
Cable Box
1
Connect COMPOSITE (yellow)
input port of the projector to the
VIDEO (yellow) OUT port of video
equipment using the video cable.
2
When finishing connecting the
devices, connect the power of the
projector and the VCR.
If the video equipment has S-VIDEO OUT
port, connect it to S-VIDEO input port of the
projector.
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Using the S-VIDEO connection, provides
a higher visual quality.
Connections and Source Setup Connecting to Video Equipment
S-Video Cable
Viewing the picture
COMPOSITE
1
S-VIDEO
2
on the projector and press the
1 Turn
COMPOSITE button to select Composite.
Composite
the projector and the video
2 Connect
equipment via S-Video cable and press the
S-VIDEO button to select S-Video.
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When Composite Mode is not available, check the
video cables are in place.
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Check that the projector and the video
equipment are turned off before connecting
cables.
This projector does not support sound.
(Separate audio system is needed for sound.)
This product does not support the PAL-N
broadcasting type.
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CONNECTING TO VIDEO EQUIPMENT
Connecting to DVD
Rear side of Projector
Connections and Source Setup Connecting to Video Equipment
Component Cable
DVD
S-VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
Rear Connection
Connect the COMPONENT 1
(Y/Pb/Pr) or COMPONENT 2
(Y/Pb/Pr) input port at the back of the
projector to the Component port at the
back of the DVD with the component
cable.
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2
When finishing connecting the
devices, connect the power of the
projector and the DVD.
Viewing the picture
COMP.1
1
COMP.2
2
on the projector and press the COMP.1
1 Turn
button to select Component1.
Press the COMP.2 button to select
2 Component2
if COMPONENT2 is connected.
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When Component Mode is not available, check that
the component cables are in place.
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Component Ports are marked as (Y, PB,PR),
(Y, B-Y, R-Y) or (Y, Cb, Cr) depending on
the manufacturer.
Component1
CONNECTING TO VIDEO EQUIPMENT
Connecting to the Digital TV Receiver
Rear side of Projector
or
Digital TV Receiver
(Set-Top Box)
Antenna Input
Rear Connection
1
Connect antenna cable to antenna
signal input terminal of the receiver.
2
Connect the COMPONENT 1
(Y/Pb/Pr) or COMPONENT 2
(Y/Pb/Pr) input port at the back of the
projector to the Component port at
the back of the digital broadcast
receiver with the component cable.
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When finish connecting the devices,
connect the power of the projector
and the DTV receiver.
Connections and Source Setup Connecting to Video Equipment
PC Video Cable
Component Cable
DVI Cable
If the digital broadcast receiver provides a
DVI or PC output port, you can connect a
digital broadcast receiver using the [DVI] or
[PC] input port of the projector.
Viewing the picture
COMP.1
1
on the projector and press the COMP.1
1 Turn
button to select Component1.
Component1
COMP.2
2
PC
DVI
Press the COMP.2 button to select
2 Component2
if COMPONENT2 is connected.
If the receiver is connected to DVI or PC port,
press the DVI or PC button to select DVI or PC
respectively.
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DVI
When Component Mode is not available, check that
the component cables are in place.
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Setting up the External Input Source
You can select a device connected to the projector to display.
Press the desired source button (COMP.1/
COMP.2/ S-VIDEO/COMPOSITE/ PC/DVI).
Connections and Source Setup Setting up the External Input Source
Pressing a button switches to the respective mode.
You can not switch to the mode if the projector is not
connected to the respective device.
One Touch
MENU
1
Component1
2, 3, 4
…/†
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EXIT
5
1
Press the MENU button.
2
Press the
The main menu is displayed.
button to select Input.
The Input menu is displayed.
Input
3
Press the
button to select Source List.
The Source List menu is displayed.
Move
4
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired input
mode, then press the
button.
The source input you chose is displayed.
If the input mode is not selected, check that cables are in place.
5
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Enter
Return
Source List
Component1
Component2
S-Video
Composite
PC
DVI
Move
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: Component1 √
√
Source List
Edit Name
Enter
:---:---:---:---:---:---Return
Naming the External Connections
You can edit the names of devices connected to the projector.
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2, 3, 4, 5
…/†
3, 4,5
EXIT
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1
Press the MENU button.
2
Press the
The main menu is displayed.
button to select Input.
The Input menu is displayed.
Input
: Component1 √
√
Source List
Edit Name
3
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Edit Name,
then press the
button.
The Edit Name menu is displayed.
Move
Enter
Return
Edit Name
4
Component1
Component2
S-Video
Composite
PC
DVI
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to edited input
mode, then press the
button.
Move
5
6
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
device, then press the
button.
Setup is switched to the selected device.
√
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√
:---:---:---:---:---:----
Enter
Connections and Source Setup Naming the External Connections
MENU
Return
Edit Name
Component1
Component2
S-Video
Composite
PC
DVI
: - - -- -- - : - - - VCR
: - - - DVD
: - - -Cable
HD
:---Satellite
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AV Receiver
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Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Move
Enter
Return
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Picture Adjustment
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Picture Adjustment
Selecting Picture Mode ..............................30
Custom Settings of the Picture ..................31
Changing the Color Standard ....................32
Selecting and Adjusting Color
Temperature ................................................33
Gamma Correction ......................................34
Saving Custom Picture Settings ................35
Setting up DNIe ..........................................36
Selecting Picture Size..................................37
Screen Position Adjustment ......................39
Selecting Noise Reduction ..........................40
Color Control................................................41
Film Mode ....................................................42
Overscan ......................................................43
Setting the Black Level ..............................44
Still Picture ..................................................45
Selecting Picture Mode
Press the P.MODE button.
Each press of the button, picture mode is switched to
Dynamic, Standard, Movie1, Movie2, User1, User2,
User3 and Custom.
One Touch
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 4
Standard
EXIT
5
Selecting Picture Mode
1
Press the MENU button.
2
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture.
3
The main menu is displayed.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Press the
Picture
button.
The Picture Mode options will be displayed.
Move
4
5
: Movie 1
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
√
√
√
√
√
√
Return
Picture
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
When pressing the ▲ or ▼ buttons, the Picture Mode changes
to Dynamic - Standard - Movie 1 - Movie 2 - User 1 - User 2 User 3 - Custom sequentially.
Move
Enter
Dynamic
: Movie
1
√
Standard √
Movie1
:
: Off
: On
Movie2
User1
User2
User3
Custom
√
√
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Settings for Each Picture Mode
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Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Picture
Mode
Dynamic
Color
Temperature
9300K
Standard
8000K
Movie1
Movie2
6500K
5500K
NOTE
Gamma
Graphic: Gamma mode that
matches a PC screen.
Video: Gamma mode normal that
matches a TV screen.
Film: Film mode gamma.
You can save your
screen settings in User
1, User 2, and User 3
according to your
needs.
√ See page 35.
Custom Settings of the Picture
You can adjust Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness, Color and Tint of the picture as desired.
Press the CUSTOM button.
The Custom Picture menu is displayed.
Refer to number 4 below to make adjustments.
One Touch
MENU
Custom Picture
1
2, 3, 4
50
50
50
50
50
Picture Adjustment
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Color
Tint
50
† More
…/†/œ/√
Move
Enter
Return
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
1
3
4
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture.
Press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Custom
Picture, then press the
button.
The Custom Picture menu is displayed.
Move
Enter
: Full
: Off
: Off
Return
Custom Picture
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired item,
then press the
button. Press the œ or √
button to adjust the selected item.
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Color
Tint
50
A separate adjustment window appears for making the adjustment.
50
50
50
50
50
† More
Move
5
√
√
√
√
√
√
: Movie 1
Custom Settings of the Picture
2
Press the MENU button.
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
…
Contrast
†
Enter
Return
50
Custom Picture Menu
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Color
Tint
Used to adjust the contrast between the object
and the background.
Used to adjust brightness of the entire picture.
Used to adjust the outlines of the object
sharper or less sharp.
Used to adjust color lighter or deeper.
Used to obtain more natural color of objects
using Green or Red enhancement.
■
NOTE
■
You can only adjust
color in S-Video and
Composite modes.
You cannot adjust
the sharpness in
Component1,
2(720p), PC and
DVI modes.
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Changing the Color Standard
You may adjust the color standard to suit the color standard of the input signal.
Color Standard
A domestic user has to select SMPTE_C
for general cases.
SMPTE_C Standardized for Video Equipment by the
Society of Motion Picture and Television
Engineers
HD
High Definition, 1125 scan lines, standard
definition TV submitted to the ITU-R by
U.S., Japan and Canada, in 1986.
EBU
Regulations and standards for European
Broadcasting Production and Technology,
standardized by the European
Broadcasting Union.
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4, 5
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4, 5
ATSC
PAL,
SECAM
2,
EXIT
6
1
Changing the Color Standard
2
3
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
Picture
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Custom
Picture, then press the
button.
The Custom Picture menu is displayed.
Move
√
√
√
√
√
√
: Movie 1
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
Return
Custom Picture
4
… More
Color Standard : SMPTE_C
Color Temperature
Gamma
: Film
Save
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Color
Standard, then press the
button.
The Color Standard options will be displayed.
Move
32
NTSC
5
Press the œ or √ button to move to desired item,
then press the
button.
6
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Enter
√
√
√
√
Return
Color Standard
SMPTE_C
Move
HD
Enter
EBU
Return
Selecting and Adjusting Color Temperature
You can change tint of the entire screen to suit your needs.
Color Temperature Menu
MENU
1
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4, 6, 7
EXIT
8
1
3
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
Picture
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Custom
Picture, then press the
button.
The Custom Picture menu is displayed.
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
Move
√
√
√
√
√
√
: Movie 1
Return
Custom Picture
4
… More
Color Standard : SMPTE_C
Color Temperature
Gamma
: Film
Save
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Color
Temperature, then press the
button.
The Color Temperature options will be displayed.
Move
5
6
7
Return
Press the
button to select the Color
Temperature.
Press the œ or √ buttons to select an option then
press the
button.
Color Temperature
9300K
8000K
The selected option is applied.
Move
Press the ▲ or ▼ buttons to select an option then
press the
button. Press the œ or √ buttons to
adjust the selected item.
…
R-Gain
†
A separate adjustment window appears for making the adjustment.
8
Enter
√
√
√
√
NOTE
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Selecting and Adjusting Color Temperature
2
Picture Adjustment
5500K Used to deliver optimal image quality for
black-and-white films. Color temperature of
the picture mode of Movie2 is set to 5500K.
6500K This temperature is used for the most video
productions. It is set as Movie1 when it is
manufactured, and may deliver the most precise tint.
8000K The color temperature appropriate to quite bright
places and saved in D
Picture Mode.
The sharpness and brightness are emphasized.
9300K The color temperature appropriate to very bright
places such as a shop.
6500K
Enter
5500K
Return
50
If you select Red, Green
or Blue from the color
adjustment menu, you
can only adjust the Gain
and Offset.
√ See page 41.
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Gamma Correction
An image compensation function that controls the settings according to the video properties.
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4, 5
…/†
2, 3, 4, 5
EXIT
6
1
Gamma Correction
2
3
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Custom
Picture, then press the
button.
The Custom Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Move
: Movie 1
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
√
√
√
√
√
√
Return
Custom Picture
4
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Gamma,
then press the
button.
The Gamma is selected.
… More
Color Standard : SMPTE_C
Color Temperature
Gamma
: Film
Save
Move
5
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Enter
√
√
√
√
Return
Custom Picture
… More
Color Standard : SMPTE_C
√
Color Temperature
√
Gamma
: GammaFilm
Mode1
Video
Save
Graphic
6
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Gamma Mode
Graphic
Video
Film
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The Gamma mode that matches a PC screen.
The Gamma mode normal that matches a
TV screen.
Film mode gamma.
Move
Enter
Return
Saving Custom Picture Settings
Used to save custom picture (Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness, Color, Tint, Color Temperature
and Gamma) settings.
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4, 5, 6
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4, 5, 6
EXIT
7
1
3
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Custom
Picture, then press the
button.
The Custom Picture menu is displayed.
Move
√
√
√
√
√
√
: Movie 1
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
Return
Custom Picture
4
… More
Color Standard : SMPTE_C
Color Temperature
Gamma
: Film
Save
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Save, then
press the
button.
The Save menu is displayed.
Move
5
6
Enter
Return
Save
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
√
√
√
User1
User2
User3
Press the œ or √ button to move to OK, then
press the
button.
Move
Enter
Save
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Save Current Setting to User1?
Cancel
OK
7
√
√
√
√
Saving Custom Picture Settings
2
Press the MENU button.
Move
Enter
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
NOTE
The User1, User2 and
User3 modes are saved
differently according to
external input sources
(Component1/
Component2/
S-Video/Composite/PC/
DVI).
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Setting up DNIe
DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine) is an image enhancing function developed by Samsung
Electronics. It enables users to enjoy brighter, sharper and more dynamic pictures.
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
1
Setting up DNIe
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to DNIe, then
press the
button.
The DNle options will be displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to On, then
press the
button.
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Move
Off
DNle Mode Off
Demo DNle On/Off Picture Comparison Mode
On
The mode when the DNIe function is enabled.
: Movie 1
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
√
√
√
√
√
√
Return
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Move
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
DNIe Mode
36
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Enter
: Movie 1
: Full
: Off
:
√
√
√
√
Off
Demo
On
Return
Selecting Picture Size
Press the P.SIZE button.
When pressing the P.SIZE button, the screen size changes
to Full - Zoom 1 - Zoom 2 - 4 : 3 sequentially.
One Touch
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
4:3
EXIT
5
1
3
4
5
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture Size,
then press the
button.
The Picture Size is selected.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Move
: Movie 1
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
√
√
√
√
√
√
Selecting Picture Size
2
Press the MENU button.
Return
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Move
Enter
: Movie 1
:
: Off
: Off
√
√
Full
Zoom1
Zoom2
4:3
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
37
Supported Picture Sizes
O : Supported Modes
X : Unsupported Modes
Picture Size
Input
Source
Picture Adjustment
DVI
Signal
HD
PC
PC
(D-Sub)
HD
Selecting Picture Size
PC
HD
Component
SD
Composite &
S-Video
SD
Mode
Full
Zoom1
Zoom2
4:3
1080i
X
X
O
720p
576p
480p
16:9 Mode
4:3 Mode
1080i
720p
576p
480p
16:9 Mode
4:3 Mode
1080i
720p
576p
480p
576i
480i
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
480i
O
O
O
O
NOTE
38
X
Refer to page 62 for display modes
supported.
Screen Position Adjustment
Adjust the screen position if the edges are not aligned.
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
1
3
4
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Position,
then press the
button.
The Position is displayed.
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
Move
√
√
√
√
√
√
: Movie 1
Return
Position
Press the ▲, ▼, œ, or √ buttons to adjust the
position.
Screen Position Adjustment
2
Press the MENU button.
…
The screen position is determined according to the selected
screen position.
œ
√
†
5
Move
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
■
NOTE
■
The respective
position information
is set and stored
automatically to the
corresponding
external input
modes (Component
1, 2 / S-Video,
Composite / PC).
In DVI mode, the
screen position
setting will not
work.
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Selecting Noise Reduction
When a dotted line is displayed or the screen trembles, you can view picture in better visual quality by
enabling Noise Reduction.
MENU
Picture Adjustment
1
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
Selecting Noise Reduction
1
2
3
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Noise
Reduction, then press the
button.
The Noise Reduction options will be displayed.
Move
: Movie 1
: Full
: Off
: Off
Enter
√
√
√
√
√
√
Return
Picture
4
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to On, then
press the
button.
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
† More
Noise Reduction is activated.
If you select Off, Noise Reduction is disabled.
Move
5
: Full
: Off
:
√
√
√
√
√
Off
On
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
NOTE
40
Enter
: Movie 1
You can only enable the
Noise Reduction
function in Composite,
S-Video and
Component1, 2(480i)
modes.
Color Control
You can filter the color of the entire screen according to your taste.
MENU
Picture Adjustment
1
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU button.
Color Control
1
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
… More
Black Level
Color Control
Film Mode
Overscan
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Color
Control, then press the
button.
The Color Control options will be displayed.
Press the œ or √ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
The picture will only be displayed using the selected color.
Move
√
√
√
√
: 7.5 IRE
: Off
: On
: On
Enter
Return
Color Control
œ
Off
Move
Monochrome
Enter
√
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Color Control Mode
Off
Shows the picture in the original color.
Monochrome Shows the picture in black and white color by
filtering out all color signals.
Red
Shows the picture in red by filtering out the
green and blue color signals.
Green
Shows the picture in green by filtering out the
red and blue color signals.
Blue
Shows the picture in blue by filtering out the
red and green color signals.
41
Film Mode
Using this function, you can set the display mode optimized for playing movies when watching a movie.
Film Mode provides optimal display settings for movies.
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
1
Film Mode
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
… More
Black Level
Color Control
Film Mode
Overscan
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Film Mode,
then press the
button.
The Film Mode options will be displayed.
Move
Enter
√
√
√
√
Return
Picture
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to On, then
press the
button.
… More
Black Level
Color Control
Film Mode
Overscan
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Move
: 7.5 IRE
: Off
: On
Off
: On
On
Enter
√
√
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
NOTE
42
: 7.5 IRE
: Off
: On
: On
Film Mode is only
supported for
Composite, S-Video and
Component (480i).
Overscan
Using this function, you can cut the edge of the picture when there is unnecessary information, images or
noise on the edge of the picture.
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
1
3
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
… More
Black Level
Color Control
Film Mode
Overscan
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Overscan,
then press the
button.
: 7.5 IRE
: Off
: On
: On
√
√
√
√
The Overscan options will be displayed.
Move
4
Overscan
2
Press the MENU button.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to On, then
press the
button.
Enter
Return
Picture
… More
Black Level
Color Control
Film Mode
Overscan
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
: 7.5 IRE
: Off
: On
: On
Off
√
√
√
On
5
Move
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
NOTE
Enter
Return
For extremely poor
video signals, some
unnecessary video
signals may be displayed
on the screen.
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Setting the Black Level
Using the Black Level function, you can set the light level of the darkest portion of the video signal so that
you can clearly see dark areas on the screen.
MENU
1
Picture Adjustment
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
1
Setting the Black Level
2
3
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Picture,
then press the
button.
The Picture menu is displayed.
Picture
… More
Black Level
Color Control
Film Mode
Overscan
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Black Level,
then press the
button.
5
Press the œ or √ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Black Level Modes
7.5 IRE
0 IRE
44
√
√
√
√
The Black Level options will be displayed.
Move
4
: 7.5 IRE
: Off
: On
: On
Sets the light level of the darkest portion of the
video signal to high. If the setting does not
match the input signal, the dark screen is
saturated and may not display properly.
Sets the light level of the darkest portion of the
video signal to low. If the setting does not
match the input signal, the dark screen looks
milky-white.
Enter
Return
Black Level
7.5 IRE
Move
0 IRE
Enter
Return
Still Picture
Used to pause playback to see a still picture.
Press the STILL button.
Each press of the button pauses and resumes play back.
One Touch
Picture Adjustment
Still Picture
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Setup
Flipping/Reversal of Projected Image ....48
Light Setting ................................................49
Correcting Vertical Keystone ....................50
Test Patterns ..............................................51
Restoring the Factory Default Settings....52
Information ..................................................53
Setting the LED ............................................54
Flipping/Reversing the Projected Image
To support positioning of the projector, horizontal/vertical flipping and picture reversal are available.
Press the INSTALL button.
The screen will flip over horizontally or vertically with each
press of the button.
One Touch
MENU
Front-Ceiling
1
Front-Floor
3, 4
…/†
Rear-Ceiling
2, 4
EXIT
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Setup
5
Flipping/Reversing the Projected Image
1
Press the MENU button.
2
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup.
3
The main menu is displayed.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the
Setup
button.
Install is selected.
Move
Enter
Return
Setup
4
Press the
button again.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Test Pattern
PC
Factory Default
† More
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Move
5
Enter
Front-Floor
: Front-Floor
Front-Ceiling
: Theater
Rear-Floor
Rear-Ceiling
√
√
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Install Menu
Front-Floor
Front-Ceiling
Rear-Floor
Rear-Ceiling
48
: Front-Floor √
: Theater
√
√
√
√
√
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Test Pattern
PC
Factory Default
† More
Normal Image
Horizontally Reversed Image
Vertically Reversed Image
Horizontal/Vertical Reversed Image
NOTE
This function is used to
set up reversed image
projection for ceiling
installation. To install
projector, refer to page
14.
Light Setting
Used to set the image brightness by adjusting the amount of light generated by the lamp.
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
Setup
5
1
3
4
5
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Light
Setting, then press the
button.
The Light Setting options will be displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
Setup
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Test Pattern
PC
Factory Default
† More
Move
Enter
: Front-Floor √
: Theater
√
√
√
√
√
Light Setting
2
Press the MENU button.
Return
Light Setting
√
√
Theater
Bright
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Move
Enter
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Light Setting Mode
Theater
Bright
Using this function, you can adjust the light level of the
lamp so that you can comfortably watch pictures on the
screen even when watching under dark conditions.
It also lowers power consumption and extends the life
of the lamp.
Used to enhance the brightness in relatively bright
ambient light. Since this mode increases the light level
of the lamp, you may experience more noise which is
produced when the projector is cooled down.
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Correcting Vertical Keystone
Used to compensate image shape when image distortion occurs.
Press the V.KEYSTONE button.
Press the œ or √ button to adjust picture image optimally.
One Touch
MENU
1
2, 3
…/†/œ/√
2, 3
EXIT
Setup
4
1
Correcting V-Keystone
2
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Setup
3
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Test Pattern
PC
Factory Default
† More
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to V-Keystone,
then press the
button.
Press the œ or √ button to adjust.
A separate adjustment window appears for making the adjustment.
4
Move
V-Keystone
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
NOTE
50
Enter
: Front-Floor √
: Theater
√
√
√
√
√
Return
0
V-Keystone corrects
distortion of picture
image by software.
It is better to install the
projector properly to
avoid distortion instead
of using the V-Keystone
feature.
Test Patterns
Generated by the projector itself. Utilized as installation basis for better installation of the projector.
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
Setup
5
1
3
4
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
press the
button.
Setup
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Test Pattern
PC
Factory Default
† More
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Test Pattern,
then press the
button.
Enter
Move
: Front-Floor √
: Theater
√
√
√
√
√
Return
Test Pattern
The Test Pattern options will be displayed.
√
√
√
√
√
√
Crosshatch
Screen Size
Color Standard
Red
Green
Blue
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
pattern, then press the
button.
Test Patterns
2
Press the MENU button.
† More
The selected pattern is displayed.
Move
Enter
Return
Test Pattern
5
… More
White
6500K_White
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Test Pattern Menu
You can check whether the picture is distorted or not.
You can refer to picture format sizes such as 1.33:1
or 1.78:1.
Color Standard You can view the difference by changing the Color
Standard to SMPTE_D/HD/EBU. For more information
about the Color Standard, refer to page 32.
Red
Red Screen, only for color adjustment.
Green
Green Screen, only for color adjustment.
Blue
Blue Screen, only for color adjustment.
White
White Screen, only for color adjustment.
6500K_White White Screen, shows brightest white color possible.
Move
Crosshatch
Screen Size
■
NOTE
■
Enter
√
√
Return
The Crosshatch and
Screen Size patterns
of this projector are
provided by JKP (JK
Production).
The Red/Green/Blue
colors of the test
patterns are only for
the color adjustment
procedures, and may
not comply with the
actual colors
displayed during
video playback.
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Restoring the Factory Default Settings
Using this function, you can reset various settings to the factory default settings.
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4
EXIT
Setup
5
1
Restoring the Factory Default Settings
2
3
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Setup
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Test Pattern
PC
Factory Default
† More
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Factory
Default, then press the
button.
The Factory Default screen will appear.
Move
Enter
Return
Factory Default
4
Press the œ or √ button to move to OK, then
press the
button.
Back to Factory Default setting?
Move
5
Cancel
OK
Setting values are returned to factory defaults.
Enter
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
NOTE
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: Front-Floor √
: Theater
√
√
√
√
√
User settings including
Edit Name and Custom
Picture will be reset.
Information
You can check external source signals, picture setup, PC picture adjustment and lamp use time.
Press the INFO button.
Information
One Touch
MENU
Input Source
: PC
Picture Mode
: Movie1
Picture Size
: Full
Brightness
: 50
Contrast
: 50
Color Temperature : 6500K
R-Gain
: 50
G-Gain
: 50
B-Gain
: 50
R-Offset
:0
G-Offset
:0
B-Offset
:0
1
Overscan
Color Standard
Color Control
DNIe
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Resolution
H-Frequency
V-Frequency
Lamp Time
2, 3
: Off
: EBU
: Off
: On
: Front-Floor
: Theater
:0
: 1024X768
: 31KHz
: 70Hz
: 0 Hour
OK
…/†
2, 3
EXIT
Setup
4
1
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Setup
3
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Information,
then press the
button.
… More
Information
LED
You can check external source signals, picture setup, PC picture
adjustment and lamp use time.
Move
4
√
√
: On
Information
2
Press the MENU button.
Enter
Return
Information
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Input Source
: PC
Picture Mode
: Movie1
Picture Size
: Full
Brightness
: 50
Contrast
: 50
Color Temperature : 6500K
R-Gain
: 50
G-Gain
: 50
B-Gain
: 50
R-Offset
:0
G-Offset
:0
B-Offset
:0
Overscan
Color Standard
Color Control
DNIe
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Resolution
H-Frequency
V-Frequency
Lamp Time
: Off
: EBU
: Off
: On
: Front-Floor
: Theater
:0
: 1024X768
: 31KHz
: 70Hz
: 0 Hour
OK
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Setting the LED
You can enable or disable the operating LED's on the product.
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†
Setup
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
1
Setting the LED
2
3
4
5
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to LED, then
press the
button.
The LED options will be displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to On, then
press the
button.
On
54
Move
Enter
This mode disables the operating LED.
However, the light will light up regardless of
the LED setting when the power is turned on
or off or when the projector is in an abnormal
state.
This mode enables the operating LED so that it
can display the current operating state of the
projector.
Return
Setup
… More
Information
LED
Move
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
√
√
: On
: On
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
LED Operating Modes
Off
Setup
… More
Information
LED
Enter
Off
On
√
√
Return
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Menu Option
Setting the Language..................................56
Setting the Menu Position..........................57
Setting the Menu Translucency ..................58
Setting the Menu Display Time..................59
Selecting the Quick Menu ..........................60
Setting the Language
You can select the language used for the menu screen.
MENU
1
3, 4
…/†
2, 4
EXIT
5
Menu Option
1
Press the MENU button.
2
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Menu Option.
Setting the Language
3
The main menu is displayed.
The Menu Option menu is displayed.
Press the
button.
Menu Option
Language
: English
Menu Position
Menu Translucency : Opaque
Menu Display Time : 120 sec
The Language is selected.
Move
Enter
Return
Menu Option
4
Press the
button again.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
language, then press the
button.
English
Language
: English
Deutsch
Menu Position
Nederlands
Menu Translucency : Opaque
Menu Display Time : 120Español
Sec
Français
Italiano
Svenska
Setup is switched to the selected language.
†
Move
5
56
√
√
√
√
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Enter
Return
Setting the Menu Position
You can move Menu Position to up/down/left/right.
MENU
1
2, 3
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
2
4
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Menu Option,
then press the
button.
The Menu Option menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Menu
Position, then press the
button.
The Menu Position is displayed.
Menu Option
Move
Enter
…
œ
√
†
Move
5
Return
Menu Position
Press the ▲, ▼, œ, or √ button to move to
desired position.
The menu screen will be displayed in the configured position on
the screen.
√
√
√
√
Language
: English
Menu Position
Menu Translucency : Opaque
Menu Display Time : 120 sec
Setting the Menu Position
3
Menu Option
1
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
57
Setting the Menu Translucency
You can set the translucency of menu.
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
Menu Option
1
2
Setting the Menu Translucency
58
3
4
5
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Menu Option,
then press the
button.
The Menu Option menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Menu
Translucency, then press the
button.
The Menu Translucency options will be displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired
mode, then press the
button.
Setup is switched to the selected mode.
Menu Option
Language
: English
Menu Position
Menu Translucency : Opaque
Menu Display Time : 120 sec
Move
Return
Menu Option
Language
: English √
Menu Position
√
Opaque
Menu Translucency : Opaque
High
Menu Display Time : 120 Sec
Medium
Low
Move
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Enter
√
√
√
√
Enter
Return
Setting Up the Menu Display Time
You can set the display time of the menu.
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
2
4
5
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Menu Option,
then press the
button.
The Menu Option menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Menu
Display Time, then press the
button.
The Menu Display Time options will be displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to desired time,
then press the
button.
Setup is switched to the selected time.
Menu Option
Language
: English
Menu Position
Menu Translucency : Opaque
Menu Display Time : 120 sec
Move
Return
Menu Option
5
Language
: English
10
Menu Position
30
Menu Translucency : Opaque
60
Menu Display Time : 120 Sec
90
120
Stay On
Move
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Enter
√
√
√
√
Enter
Return
Setting Up the Menu Display Time
3
Menu Option
1
59
Selecting the Quick Menu
Press the QUICK button.
The menu you used previously will appear.
One Touch
Menu Option
Selecting the Quick Menu
60
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Connecting to PC
Before Connecting to PC ............................62
Setting up the PC Environment..................63
Connecting to PC ........................................64
Automatic Picture Adjustment ..................66
Frequency Adjustment ................................67
Fine Tuning with the Phase Adjustment....68
Zooming the Screen ....................................69
Reset the PC ................................................70
Before Connecting to PC
Check the following before connecting the projector to a PC.
Check the following before connecting:
■
Adjust the PC display setting to the resolution and frequency supported by the
projector.
■
Refer to the PC user manual (graphic and sound card) when connecting the projector
to PC.
■
Do not connect power cord until all connections are completed. It may result in
damage to the product if you connect power during connection.
■
Check the graphic card port type installed in PC.
Connecting to PC
Display modes supported by this projector
Source
Mode
Resolution
(H x V)
Total
Resolution
640 x 350
800 x 449
832 x 445
720 x 400
PC
&
DVI
VGA
640 x 480
900 x 449
936 x 446
800 x 525
864 x 525
Before Connecting to PC
832 x 520
840 x 500
832 x 509
800 x 600
SVGA
1024 x 625
1056 x 628
1040 x 666
1056 x 625
1048 x 631
1152 x 667
832 x 864
1024 x 768 1344 x 806
XGA
1328 x 806
1312 x 800
SXGA 1280 x 1024 1688 x 1066
1920 x 1080i 2200 x 1125
PC
2640 x 1125
&
1280 x 720p 1650 x 750
DVI
HD
1980 x 750
&
Component
858 x 525
720 x 480p
720 x 576
720 x 576p
858 x 525
720 x 480i
Component SD
864 x 625
720 x 576i
Sync Type
Horizontal Sync
Vertical Sync
Pixel
SOG
Frequency
Frequency
Clock
Separate Composite (Sync-On
Polarity
Polarity
[Hz]
[KHz]
[MHz]
-Green)
31.47
P
70
37.86
31.47
37.93
31.47
P
N
N
N
85.1
70
85
35.00
37.86
37.5
N
N
N
60
66.7
72.8
75
43.27
35.16
37.88
48.08
46.87
N
N/P
P
P
85
56.3
60.3
72.2
P
P
N
N
N
P
P
X
X
75
85.1
53.67
49.73
48.36
56.4
60.02
63.981
33.75
28.125
45
37.5
31.5
31.25
15.73
15.625
X
X
X
X
X
X
74.6
60
70.1
75
60.02
60
50
60
50
60
50
60
50
25.175
31.5
28.322
O
O
O
O
O
O
N
N
N
35.5
25.175
30.24
31.5
O
O
O
O
O
O
N
N
N/P
P
31.5
36
36
40
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
P
P
P
50
49.5
56.25
N
N
N
P
P
X
X
57.284
65
75
78.75
N
N
P
P
X
X
X
X
X
X
108
74.25
74.25
74.25
74.25
27
27
13.5
13.5
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
SOY
SOY
SOY
SOY
SOY
SOY
SOY
SOY
The table complies to IBM/VESA requirements and is based on analog signal input.
NOTE
Refer to "Rear Side and Cables" on page 10 for cables used for connection.
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Setting up the PC Environment
the right mouse button on the Windows wallpaper
1 Click
and click on Properties.
1
Display Properties tab will appear.
Click on Settings tab and set the Screen resolution by
2 referring
to Resolution described in the display mode
table supported by this projector.
■
You do not have to change Color quality setup.
Click on Monitor tab and set the Screen refresh rate by
4 referring
to Vertical Frequency described in the display
mode table supported by this projector.
■
2
3
Set up both the vertical and horizontal frequency instead of Screen
refresh rate.
4
window.
The computer might begin restart automatically.
6 Shut down the PC and connect to the projector. (Page 64)
■
NOTE
■
■
■
■
Setting up the PC Environment
the OK button to close the window, and click the
5 Click
OK button of the Display Properties window to close the
■
Connecting to PC
the Advanced button.
3 Press
Another property window will appear.
Process might vary depending on the type of computers or Windows versions.
This appliance supports up to 32 bits per pixel in Color quality when it is used as a PC monitor.
Projected images may differ from the monitor depending on monitor manufacture or Windows versions.
If a band or an unusual signal appears on the projector when PC is turned off or disconnected, switch to Composite
mode using the SOURCE button or check that PC is properly connected.
When connecting the projector to PC (including DVI connection), check that PC setup complies to display settings
supported by this projector. If not, there may be signal problems.
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Connecting to PC
You can connect a PC to the projector and use it as a monitor.
Using PC Video Cable or DVI Cable
Rear side of Projector
Rear Connection
DVI-D Cable
PC Video
Cable
or
Connecting to PC
DVI-D Port
Connect PC port on the rear side of
the projector to the monitor output
port of PC using PC video cable.
1
If PC has a DVI output port, connect it to
DVI port of the projector.
2
Connecting to PC
NOTE
When connections are all completed,
connect both power codes of the
projector and the PC.
This product supports Plug & Play. No driver
installation is needed for Windows XP.
Viewing the PC Screen
PC
1
on the projector and press the PC button
1 toTurnselect
PC. If the projector is connected to
PC
DVI, press the DVI button to select DVI.
■
If PC Mode is not available, check PC video cable is
in place.
on the PC and set the PC Environment
2 Turn
when necessary. (Page 63)
3 Adjust the screen. (Pages 66~69)
■
NOTE
■
■
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Enjoy better picture quality by using DVI-D cable (supports digital signals only)
instead of PC Video cable.
DVI-I cable (supports analog signals) is not supported. Use DVD-D cable.
Sound comes out from PC speakers.
Pin Configuration of PC Video Port Plug
PC Video Cable
(15-pin signal)
Pin No.
PC Input
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Signal
T.M.D.S. DATA2T.M.D.S. DATA2+
T.M.D.S. DATA2/4 Shield
T.M.D.S. DATA4T.M.D.S. DATA4+
Clock (DDC)
Data (DDC)
No Connection
T.M.D.S. DATA1T.M.D.S. DATA1+
T.M.D.S. DATA1/3 Shield
T.M.D.S. DATA3-
VESA Plug & Play
This appliance supports VESA Plug & Play and
recognizes connection to PC automatically.
Pin No.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
CAUTION
Signal
T.M.D.S. DATA3+
+5V Power
Ground for 5V
Hot Plug Detect
T.M.D.S. DATA0T.M.D.S. DATA0+
T.M.D.S. DATA0/5 Shield
T.M.D.S. DATA5T.M.D.S. DATA5+
T.M.D.S. Clock Shield
T.M.D.S. Clock+
T.M.D.S. Clock-
DVI-D cable does not support
analog RGB signals.
Connecting to PC
Red (R)
Green (G)
Blue (B)
Ground
Ground (DDC)
Red (R) Ground
Green (G) Ground
Blue (B) Ground
Reserved
Ground Sync
Ground
Data (DDC)
Horizontal Sync
Vertical Sync
Clock (DDC)
Connecting to PC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DVI-D
(supports only digital signals)
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Automatic Picture Adjustment
Used to adjust frequency and phase of PC screen automatically.
Before adjusting!
Set the input mode to PC.
PC
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†
2, 3
EXIT
5
Connecting to PC
Automatic Picture Adjustment
66
1
2
3
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
Press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to PC, then
press the
button.
The PC menu is displayed.
Setup
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Test Pattern
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Factory Default
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Return
PC
4
5
Press the
button.
Auto Adjustment in progress message is displayed and PC
screen is adjusted automatically.
Auto Adjustment
Coarse
Fine
Zoom
Reset
Move
Enter
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Auto Adjustment in progress.
Please Wait
√
1344
0
√
√
Return
Frequency Adjustment
Used to adjust frequency when vertical lines appear on PC screen.
Before adjusting!
Set the input mode to PC.
PC
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
2
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
Press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to PC, then
press the
button.
The PC menu is displayed.
PC
4
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Coarse, then
press the
button.
Press the œ or √ button to adjust.
A separate adjustment window appears for making the adjustment.
5
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Auto Adjustment
Coarse
Fine
Zoom
Reset
Move
…
Coarse
†
Enter
√
1344
0
√
√
Return
Frequency Adjustment
3
Connecting to PC
1
1344
67
Fine Tuning with the Phase Adjustment
Used to fine tune the PC screen.
Before adjusting!
Set the input mode to PC.
PC
MENU
1
2, 3, 4
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4
EXIT
5
Connecting to PC
Fine Tuning with the Phase Adjustment
68
1
2
3
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
Press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to PC, then
press the
button.
The PC menu is displayed.
PC
4
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Fine, then
press the
button.
Press the œ or √ button to adjust.
A separate adjustment window appears for making the adjustment.
5
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Auto Adjustment
Coarse
Fine
Zoom
Reset
Move
…
Fine
†
Enter
√
1344
0
√
√
Return
0
Zooming the Screen
Used to extend PC screen from the center.
Before adjusting!
Set the input mode to PC.
PC
MENU
1
2, 3, 4, 5
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4, 5
EXIT
6
2
4
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
Press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to PC, then
press the
button.
The PC menu is displayed.
PC
Auto Adjustment
Coarse
Fine
Zoom
Reset
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Zoom, then
press the
button.
Move
5
Enter
√
1344
0
√
√
Return
Zooming the Screen
3
Connecting to PC
1
Press the ▲, ▼, œ, or √ button to move to
desired position, then press the
button to
extend as you want.
The screen can be extended by 1, 2, 4, or 8 times.
x2
6
Move
Zoom
Return
Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
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Reset the PC
Using this function, you can reset the PC menu settings to the factory default settings.
Before adjusting!
Set the input mode to PC.
PC
MENU
1
2, 3, 4, 5
…/†/œ/√
2, 3, 4, 5
EXIT
6
Connecting to PC
1
2
Reset the PC
3
4
Press the MENU button.
The main menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Setup, then
Press the
button.
The Setup menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to PC, then
press the
button.
The PC menu is displayed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move to Reset, then
press the
button.
PC
Move
5
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Press the EXIT button to exit the settings.
Return
Back to default settings?
Cancel
OK
Move
6
Enter
Reset
Press the œ or √ button to move to OK, then
press the
button.
The PC is reset to the time of purchasing.
√
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0
√
√
Auto Adjustment
Coarse
Fine
Zoom
Reset
Enter
Return
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Connecting to PC
Troubleshooting
Reset the PC
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Before Contacting Service Personnel
If this projector does not operate properly, check the following first.
If the problem is continues, contact your dealer.
Installation and Connection
Symptoms
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Note
No Power.
Be sure that the power cord in place and the power switch
on the rear side of the projector is turned on "-".
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Image is distorted or
trapezoidal.
Relocate the position so that the screen is at a right angle
with the beam from the projector and adjust the Zoom
Control and the Focus Ring. Avoid using the V-Keystone
function of the menu if possible. For more information about
the V-Keystone function, refer to page 50.
Want to install
projector on ceiling.
Ceiling bracket is an optional accessory.
Please contact your dealer.
Image is distorted or
trapezoidal.
Be sure that the connection cable (video) is properly
connected to the proper port. Unless they are connected
properly, the device is not available.
Pages
23~25
Menu and Remote Control
Symptoms
Before Contacting Service Personnel
Remote control does
not work.
I cannot select a menu.
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Pages
16~19
Troubleshooting
Note
■
Be sure that the proper external source is selected.
Page 26
■
Check batteries of the remote control. If there is a
problem, replace them with recommended ones.
Page 12
■
Check the angle and distance between the remote control
and the projector. Be sure that there is no obstacle
between the projector and the remote control that may
block the signal.
Page 13
■
Direct lighting of 3-way light bulbs or other lighting
device on the remote sensor of the projector may affect the
sensitivity and cause the remote control to malfunction.
■
Check if the remote control battery is empty.
Check if the menu is displayed in gray. A gray-colored
menu is unavailable.
Pages
23~26
Screen and External Source
Symptoms
Cannot see picture
images.
Troubleshooting
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■
■
■
■
Be sure that the power cord of the projector is in place.
Be sure that the proper input source is selected.
Check that the connectors are properly connected to the
ports at the back of the projector.
Check the Remote Control batteries.
Be sure that the Color, Brightness settings are not at their
lower limit.
Note
Page 15
Page 26
Pages
23~25
Page 12
Page 31
Adjust the Color and Brightness.
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Images are not clear.
■
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Page 19
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Adjust the focus.
Check that the projection distance is either too far or too
near to the screen.
If a strange sound continues, contact our service center.
The operating LED is lit up.
Take action referring to the contents of the
Countermeasures against Abnormal Operating LEDs.
Page 9
Lines appear on screen.
Noisy lines may appear for PC mode in case of frequency
discrepancy. Adjust the vertical frequency of your video
card on the advanced display property.
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Green appears on the
screen.
Be sure to properly connect the external devices.
Especially, connect the component (Y, Pb, Pr) cables
matching the color codes.
Pages
23~25
Cannot see the picture
from the external
devices.
Be sure that the proper operation of the external device.
Adjustable items of the Custom Picture Menu are properly
set.
Pages
26, 31
Only blue screen
appears.
Be sure to properly connect the external devices.
Check the connection cables again.
Pages
26,
23~25
■
Page 31
Screen appears in
black and white or
odd color/screen is too
dark or bright.
■
Adjustable items of the Custom Picture Menu are
properly set.
Execute Factory Default if you want to restore the factory
default setting values.
Before Contacting Service Personnel
Strange noise.
Troubleshooting
Poor color.
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Other Information
Storage and Maintenance ..........................76
Purchasing Optional Parts ........................77
Glossary ......................................................78
Structure of Screen Menu ..........................80
Lamp Replacement ......................................83
RS-232C Connection and Control ..............84
Specifications ..............................................86
Remote Control Specifications ..................87
Storage and Maintenance
Clean and maintain the projector in the following way.
Cleaning the Projector and Lens
Use a dry soft cloth.
■
Do not use flammable materials such as benzene and
thinner. Do not use a wet cloth. It may result in
malfunction.
■
Do not clean the lens using a fingertip or a sharp object.
It may leave scratches.
Other Information
Cleaning the Inside of the Projector
Contact your dealer or service personnel to clean
the inside of the projector.
Contact your dealer if particles or other objects are stuck
inside of the projector.
Storage and Maintenance
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Purchasing Optional Parts
Information for purchasing accessories or optional parts.
Optional Parts
DVI-D Cable
You can purchase at electronics shops or over the Internet.
Video Cable
S-Video Cable
Component Cable
Other Information
1.5V AAA Batteries
PC Video Cable
You can purchase at electronics shops or over the Internet.
Or you can call your dealer or service center.
Purchasing Optional Parts
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Glossary
In this section, you can find the descriptions of terminologies in alphabetical order.
Gamma Mode
ANTENNA IN Port
Gamma Mode compensates the video signal
produced for analog display devices such as a CRT
(Cathode Ray Tube) so that the video signal can be
clearly displayed on a digital display device.
This is the port for connecting a TV aerial using a
coaxial cable. It is generally used to watch public
broadcast programs.
Overscan
Digital Broadcast
Other Information
Glossary
Digital Broadcast is a television broadcasting signal
digitized and transmitted according to the United
States terrestrial digital broadcast specifications, or
ATSC.
Overscan cuts the edge of the picture when there is
unnecessary information, images or noise at the edge
of the picture. For extremely poor video signals,
some unnecessary video signals may be displayed on
the screen.
Backlight Remote Control
External Input
The buttons on the Backlight Remote Control are lit
up so that users can easily press buttons on the
remote control even when it is dark.
External Input is connecting video devices such as a
VCR, camcorder, DTV receiver, DVD, etc. to the
projector as a video source.
Black Level
Satellite Broadcast
Black Level sets the light level of the darkest portion
of the video signal to match that of the display's black
level capability so that users can clearly view dark
visuals. If the setting does not match the input signal,
the dark screen is saturated and may not display
properly or the dark screen looks milky-white.
Satellite Broadcast broadcasts programs via satellite
so that the program can be viewed in all area in a
high visual and sound quality. Approximately 100
channels including public broadcast channels are
provided. To view satellite broadcasts, you have to
install an additional receiver.
Color Standard
Component Port (Green, Blue, Red)
A pre-determined default color standard determined
by the broadcasting standard of the corresponding
country or area.
The Component Port separately transmits the
luminance signal and provides the best quality
among all video connection types.
Color Temperature
Cable Broadcast
Color temperature is a simplified way to characterize
the spectral properties of a light source. A low color
temperature implies a warmer (more yellow/red)
light while a high color temperature implies a colder
(more blue) light
Cable Broadcast broadcasts programs via cable
instead of radio waves. To view cable broadcasts, you
have to subscribe to your local cable broadcast
service provider and install an additional receiver.
AV Receiver
Analog Broadcast
An existing broadcasting signal transmitted by a
broadcasting station in accordance with the NTSC
standard.
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An AV Receiver provides a number of input and
output interfaces for audio and video so as to enable
the user to connect and use various input and output
devices.
COMPOSITE IN Port
DLP HD2+, DC3
A COMPOSITE IN Port is a general video input port
(yellow). Both chrominance and luminance are
transmitted on the same 75-ohm cable.
This is a grade of DMD panel.
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc)
DVD is a large capacity media disk that can save
multimedia content such as video, games, audio
applications, etc. using MPEG-2 video compression
technology on a CD size disc.
DVI (Digital Visual Interface) Port
DVI is a connection standard developed to transfer
digital signals for digital devices. The user can view a
clearer picture using TMDS transmission technology.
DVI-D Port
RS-232C Port (Service Input Port)
This port is provided for service purposes. This
port provides data communication in
accordance with the RS-232C communication
standard.
S-VIDEO IN Port
This is called super video. S-Video is a type of video
signal which has the video brightness and color
signal separated in order to provide a better image
quality.
DLP (Digital Light Processing)
DLP is a digital display technology using a DMD
panel developed by TI (Texas Instruments) of the
United States.
5x Speed, 8 Segment Color Wheel
This is an optical part that decomposes white
rays into basic colors organizing the screen.
Other Information
The DVI-D Port is one of the DVI ports that can only
be used for digital signal transmissions.
DMD (Digital Micromirror Device)
A DMD panel is an implementation of DLP
technology. It consists of microscopic mirrors
where each mirror represents a pixel.
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Structure of Screen Menu
You can see the entire structure of screen menu.
Buttons used for Screen Menu
Open Menu/Exit Menu
Select an item/change setting value
Select Composite/S-Video/Component Input Mode
Input
: Component1 √
√
Source List
Edit Name
Move
Enter
Return
Input
Other Information
Source List
Component1 / Component2 / S-Video / Composite / PC / DVI
Edit Name
Component1 / Component2 / S-Video / Composite / PC / DVI (Selected without Input)
VCR / DVD / Cable / HD / Satellite / AV Receiver / DVD Receiver / Game
Camcorder / Combo / PC
Picture
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Picture Size
Position
DNIe
Noise Reduction
: Movie1
: Full
: Off
: Off
√
√
√
√
√
√
† More
Move
Enter
Return
Picture
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Picture Mode
Custom Picture
Dynamic / Standard / Movie1 / Movie2 /
User1 / User2 / User3 / Custom
Contrast
0 ~ 100
Brightness
0 ~ 100
Sharpness
0 ~ 100
Color
0 ~ 100
Tint
0 ~ 100 (Not supported in 480p mode or above)
Color Standard
SMPTE_C/HD/EBU
Color Temperature
5500K / 6500K / 8000K / 9300K
Gamma
Film / Video / Graphic
Save
User1 / User2 / User3
Picture Size
Full / Zoom1 / Zoom2 / 4:3
Position
DNIe
Off / Demo / On
Noise Reduction
Off / On
Black Level
7.5 IRE / 0 IRE
Color Control
Off / Monochrome / Red / Green / Blue
Film Mode
Off / On
Overscan
Off / On
Setup
Install
Light Setting
V-Keystone
Test Pattern
PC
Factory Default
: Front-Floor
: Theater
√
√
√
√
√
√
† More
Move
Enter
Return
Setup
Install
Theater
Bright
V-Keystone
Test Pattern
-50 ~ 50
Crosshatch
Screen Size
Other Information
Light Setting
Front-Floor / Front-Ceiling / Rear-Floor / Rear-Ceiling
Color Standard
Red
Structure of Screen Menu
Green
Blue
White
6500K_White
PC
Auto Adjustment
Coarse
Fine
Zoom
Reset
Factory Default
OK / Cancel
OK / Cancel
Information
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LED
OK / Cancel
Structure of Screen Menu (Continued)
Menu Option
Language
: English
Menu Position
Menu Translucency : Opaque
Menu Display Time : 120 Sec
Move
Enter
√
√
√
√
Return
Menu Option
Language
English / Deutsch / Nederlands / Español / Français /
Italiano / Svenska / Português /
/
Menu Position
Other Information
Structure of Screen Menu
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Menu Translucency
Opaque / High / Medium / Low
Menu Display Time
5 / 10 / 30 / 60 / 90 / 120 / Stay On
Lamp Replacement
Cautions on Lamp Replacement
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Other Information
■
The projector lamp is en expandable supply. For best operating performance, replace the
lamp according to the usage time. You can view the lamp usage time in the Information
Display (INFO button).
Use the recommended lamp when replacing. Lamp specifications are defined in the user’s
manual. Replace with the same model provided with the projector.
- Lamp Model Name : LAMP-MERCURY-Philips
- Lamp Manufacture : Philips Lighting
- Lamp Life Time
: 2000Hrs
- Lamp Type
: 250W UHP
- Lamp Part Number : BP47-00010A
Check that the power cord is unplugged before replacing lamps.
Even after the power cord has been disconnected, the lamp will be hot. Allow it to cool
down for at least 1 hour before changing the lamp.
The projector lamp is installed at the bottom of the projector.
Before you turn the projector over to change the lamp, cover the projector with a soft cloth
on a flat surface.
Do not leave the old lamp near inflammables or in reach of children. There is a danger of
burn or injury.
Remove dirts or foreign materials around or inside the lamp unit using a proper vacuum
device.
Be careful not to touch the lamp itself when handling the lamp unit.
If the lamp is poorly handled, it may result in poor picture quality or shorter life time of
lamp.
The projector is will not operate normally if the cover is not locked completely after lamp
replacement. Refer to LED information in the user’s manual if the projector does not operate
normally.
Lamp Replacement Procedure
The lamp is very hot and operates
with a high voltage. Allow it to
cool down for at least 1 hour after
disconnecting the power cord
before changing the lamp.
2
The projector lamp is
installed at the bottom of the
projector. Turn the projector
over so that the base plane
faces upward and remove the
screws on the lamp cover.
3
Push to open the lamp cover
in the direction of the arrow.
4
Detach the three screws.
5
Lift up and hold the lamp
handle and pull the lamp
module out as shown in the
following figure.
6
Reverse the disassembly
procedure to assemble the
unit after replacement.
Lamp Replacement
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RS-232C Connection and Control
Connecting the Projector to a PC
You can connect the Projector to a PC using the RS232C (Crossed, Female Type) cable to control the
projector.
■ Do not disconnect or connect the RS-232C cable
while the Computer or the Projector is operating. It
may cause serious damage to the Computer or the
Projector.
■ If the PC is not properly configured, the RS-232C
connection may not work properly. For further
details, refer to the Computer’s product
documentation.
Communication Format (Complies with the RS232C Standard)
■
Transmission Speed: 115,200 bps
■
Parity Bit: No
■
Data Length: 8 data bits, 1 stop bit
Other Information
Transmission Sequence and Data Format
Transmission Sequence
Argument 1 → Argument 2 → -----
CN
0x12
CC
CS
RS-232C Connection and Control
Argument N, Command, Response
CN : Command + Number of Variables
(Hexadecimal)
Structure for Variables (8 bytes)
CC : Command - Hexadecimal
(Refer to the commands table)
0x08
0x11
N
PN
CS
N : Variable’s Number (Hexadecimal)
PN : Value of the Variable
(Implemented in 4 bytes - Hexadecimal)
CS : Checksum
(Boolean complementation of the
summation of all bytes except the CS)
CS : Checksum
(Boolean complementation of the
summation of all bytes except the CS)
Command Structure (4 bytes)
- Confirms proper data transmission
CN
0x12
CC
CS
- No response for communication errors or
invalid commands
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Command Structure (4 bytes)
■
Transmit the following control command to transmit one or more control commands if there was a successful
response for the previous transmission or there was no response in over 3 seconds.
While controlling the Projector using a Computer, you cannot check the Projector’s status change using the
Computer nor will it be displayed on the Projector’s screen. Transmit the INFORMATION command to display
the current information on the Projector’s screen.
All the control commands apply to the input source and the Projector’s status currently displayed.
Commands
e.g.) DISPLAY → CUSTOM CONFIGURATION → Set the CONTRAST to 60
Prameter 1
0x08
0x11 0x01 0x00
0x00
0x00
0x01 0xE5
Prameter 2
0x08
0x11 0x02 0x00
0x00
0x00
0x03 0xE2
Prameter 3
Command
0x08
0x11 0x03 0x00
0x00
0x00 0x3C 0xA8
0x04
0x12 0x4B 0x9F
Return
0x03 0x0C 0xF1
CONTROL ITEMS
GENERAL
Input
POWER
Input
Check
Picture Mode
Custom Picture
COMMAND
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PARAMETERS
0,5
RETURN
CONTROL ITEMS
Picture
Black Level
7.5 IRE
COMMAND
76
PARAMETERS
0,7,0
0 IRE
76
0,7,1
OFF
76
3,7,0
Off
76
0,3
DIRECT OFF
76
0,9
Component1
76
2,8
Monochrome
76
3,7,1
Component2
S-Video
76
76
2,9
2,11
Red
Green
76
76
3,7,2
3,7,3
Composite
76
2,10
PC
DVI
76
76
2,12
2,7
Component1
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64,204
1 or 0
Component2
77
64,205
1 or 0
S-Video
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64,210
1 or 0
Composite
PC
77
77
64,211
64,212
1 or 0
1 or 0
1 or 0
Color Control
Setup
Blue
76
3,7,4
Film Mode
On
Off
75
75
2,11,1
2,11,0
Overscan
On
75
2,12,1
Off
75
2,12,1
Front-Floor
75
0,1,0
Front-Ceiling
75
0,1,1
Install
Rear-Floor
75
0,1,2
Rear-Ceiling
75
0,1,3
Theater
76
0,2,1
Bright
76
0,2,0
DVI
77
64,213
Dynamic
75
2,10,0
Standard
75
2,10,1
Movie1
75
2,10,2
Crosshatch
76
0,0,1
Movie2
75
2,10,3
Screen Size
76
0,0,8
User1
User2
75
75
2,10,4
2,10,5
Color Standard
Red
76
76
0,0,2
0,0,3
User3
75
2,10,6
Green
76
0,0,4
Custom
75
2,10,7
Blue
76
0,0,5
Contrast (0~100)
75
1,3,x
White
76
0,0,6
Light Setting
Test Pattern
76
0,0,7
Sharpness (0~100)
75
1,5,x
V-Keystone
V-Keystone (-50~50)
75
0,3,x
Color (0~100)
75
1,6,x
PC
Auto Adjustment
76
6,5
Brightness (0~100)
75
6500K_White
1,4,x
75
1,7,x
Coarse (0~2000)
76
6,3,x
SMPTE-C
76
1,1,0
Fine (0~255)
76
6,4,x
HD
76
1,1,1
Zoom (0~3)
76
6,13,x
EBU
76
1,1,2
PC Reset
76
6,14
Color Temperature
5500K
75
2,0,3
Factory Default
CONFIRM
76
9
6500K
75
2,0,2
Information
OK
76
0,2,0
8000K
Gain
Offset
Gamma
Save
Picture Size
Position
75
2,0,1
9300K
75
2,0,0
R (0~100)
75
2,3,x
G (0~100)
75
2,4,x
Noise Reduction
LED
On
Off
75
1,18,0
Language
English
76
76
10,0,0
1,18,1
Deutsch
76
10,0,1
B (0~100)
75
2,5,x
Nederlands
76
10,0,2
R (-50~50)
75
2,6,x
Español
76
10,0,3
G (-50~50)
75
2,7,x
Français
76
B (-50~50)
75
2,8,x
Italiano
76
10,0,5
Film
75
2,1,0
Svenska
76
10,0,6
Português
Video
75
2,1,1
Graphic
75
2,1,2
User1
75
2,2,0
User2
75
2,2,1
User3
75
2,2,2
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10,0,7
76
10,0,8
76
Menu Position
10,0,4
10,0,9
UP
76
10,1,0
DOWN
76
10,1,1
Full
75
2,9,0
LEFT
76
10,1,2
Zoom1
75
2,9,2
RIGHT
Opaque
76
76
10,1,3
10,2,0
10,2,2
Zoom2
75
2,9,3
Menu Translucency
4:3
75
2,9,4
High
76
UP
75
2,13,0
Medium
76
10,2,4
DOWN
75
2,13,1
Low
76
10,2,6
10,3,6
LEFT
DNIe
Menu Option
75
2,13,2
Stay On
76
RIGHT
75
2,13,3
5
76
10,3,0
On
76
0,1,1
10
76
10,3,1
Off
76
0,1,0
30
76
10,3,2
Demo
76
0,1,2
60
76
10,3,3
On
76
0,8,1
90
76
10,3,4
Off
76
0,8,0
120
76
10,3,5
EXIT
76
0,4
Menu Display Time
Menu
RS-232C Connection and Control
Tint (0~100)
Color Standard
RETURN
Other Information
Picture
On
: Range is –50 ~ 50, use the Boolean Complementary for
negative values.
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Specifications
Design and specifications of the product may be modified without prior notice for better performance.
This appliance is Class B device that can be used in both residential and industrial areas.
Model
Classification
SP-H800
Size
Panel
Resolution
1280 x 720
Type
250W UHP
Life Time
2000Hrs
Power Consumption
350W
Voltage
AC 100-240V~
Frequency
50/60Hz
Lamp
Power
0.8"(HD2+, DC3)
Dimensions
384 x 425 x 177 mm
Weight
9.0 kg / 19.8 lb
Owner's Instructions, Power Cord, Remote control, Batteries
Accessories
Key Features
Brightness
700 ANSI
Contrast (Theatre Mode)
3800 : 1
Other Information
Screen Size
Diagonal 30.385~300"
Projection Range
1.0 ~ 13.6 m
Keystone
Input/Output
DVI
Vertical
1) Connector Type: DVI-D
2) Available Format: PC - VGA~SXGA
DTV - 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i
3) Frequency: Refer to page 67.
PC
1) Connector Type: 15Pin D-Sub
2) Frequency: Refer to page 67.
Specifications
Component 1
1) Signal Type: Y, Pb, Pr
Component 2
2) Available Format: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i
3) Frequency: Refer to page 67.
S-Video
Signal Format: NTSC, PAL, SECAM
Composite
RS-232C
User Environment
Temperature and
Humidity
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Service Port
Operating Temperature (32~104ºF / 0~40ºC), Humidity (10~80%)
Storage
Temperature (-4~113ºF / -20~45ºC), Humidity (5~95%)
Device Classification
Class B
Noise
Min 28dB (Theater Mode)
The DMD Panel used in DLP Projectors consists of several hundred thousand micro mirrors.
As with other visual display elements, the DMD Panel may include a few bad pixels.
Samsung and the DMD Panel manufacturer have a rigid, bad pixel identification and
limitation procedure in place and products will not exceed the maximum number of bad
pixels set by our standards. Rarely, non-displayable pixels may exist, however it does not
affect the overall picture quality nor the lifespan of the product.
Remote Control Specifications
Function and Transmission Codes
Button
(Power) ON
(Power) OFF
COMP.1 (Component1)
COMP.2 (Component2)
COMPOSITE
S-VIDEO
PC
DVI
Full
Zoom1
Zoom2
4:3
P.SIZE
User1
User2
User3
Custom
Data
Code
07
99
98
86
07
07
07
07
88
84
85
07
07
07
INSTALL
1E
42
81
BB
Front-Ceiling
Rear-Floor
Rear-Ceiling
07
07
07
EE
EF
BF
07
07
07
07
1A
58
1F
2D
07
07
07
07
60
61
65
62
07
68
MENU
QUICK
INFO
EXIT
(Up)
(Down)
(Left)
(Right)
E3
EA
EB
EC
ED
07
07
07
Front-Floor
07
07
07
07
STILL
V.KEYSTONE
BD
E8
E9
07
07
07
07
Data
Code
CUSTOM
69
8A
E4
53
E1
07
07
07
07
07
System
Code
Button
(Enter)
BC
LEADER PULSE
4.5msec
4.5msec
System Code
System Code
Data Code
/Data Code
(Reverse Data Code)
07h
07h
Data
/Data
(Reverse Data)
Remote Control Specifications
Remote Control Signal Format
Other Information
P.MODE
Dynamic
Standard
Movie1
Movie2
System
Code
87