Sony VPL-CH355 data projector

4-541-956-11 (1)
Data
Projector
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual and supplied Quick Reference Manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
VPL-CH375/CH370/CH355/CH350
Not all models are available in all countries and area. Please check
with your local Sony Authorized Dealer.
© 2014 Sony Corporation
Table of Contents
Overview
Location and Function of Controls .... 4
Main Unit ..................................... 4
Connector Panel ........................... 5
Remote Commander and Control
Panel Keys ................................. 7
Preparation
Connecting the Projector ................... 9
Connecting a Computer ................ 9
Connecting a Video
equipment ................................ 11
Connecting a HDBaseTTM
equipment ................................ 13
Connecting a microphone .......... 15
Connecting an External Monitor
and Audio Equipment ............. 16
Projecting/Adjusting an
Image
Projecting an Image ......................... 17
Adjusting the Projected image ... 18
Turning Off the Power ................ 23
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Table of Contents
Adjustments and Settings
Using a Menu
Using a MENU .................................24
The Picture Menu .............................25
The Screen Menu ..............................26
The Function Menu ..........................29
The Operation Menu ........................30
The Connection/Power Menu ...........31
The Installation Menu ......................34
The Information Menu .....................36
Network
Using Network Features ...................37
Displaying the Control Window of
the Projector with a Web
Browser ...................................37
Confirming the Information
regarding the Projector ............38
Operating the Projector from a
Computer .................................39
Using the e-mail report
Function ...................................39
Setting the LAN Network of the
projector ..................................40
Setting the WLAN Network of the
projector ..................................41
Setting the Custom Labels for the
Input Connectors of the
Projector ..................................43
Setting the Control Protocol of the
Projector ..................................44
Presentation Function via
Network
Using Presentation Function via
Network ........................................47
Installing Projector Station for
Network Presentation ..............47
Starting Projector Station for
Network Presentation ..............47
Projecting an Image ....................48
Connection Settings ....................49
Using the Controller ...................49
Displaying Images or Files Sent
from a Tablet
PC/Smartphone .......................50
Playing Video and Audio
using USB Connection
Playing Video and Audio using USB
Connection ....................................51
Starting USB Display .................51
Playing Video and Audio ...........51
Using the Controller ...................51
Others
Indicators ..........................................53
Messages List ...................................54
Troubleshooting ...............................55
Replacing the Lamp .........................58
Cleaning the Air Filter .....................60
Specifications ...................................61
Projection Distance and Lens Shift
Range ............................................67
Dimensions .......................................70
END USER LICENSE
AGREEMENT ..............................72
Index .................................................78
Table of Contents
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B Overview
Location and Function of Controls
Main Unit
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qg
qh
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qj
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4
qs
3
h ON/STANDBY indicator
(page 53)
qs
i LAMP/COVER indicator
(page 53)
j Control panel (page 7)
qd
k Connector panel (page 5)
5
l Remote control detector
qd
m Front feet (adjustable) (page 20)
n Speaker
o Security lock
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qf
a Projection lens
b Focus ring (page 18)
c Zoom lever (page 18)
d Lamp cover (page 58)
e Air filter cover/Ventilation holes
(intake) (page 60)
Connects to an optional security cable
manufactured by Kensington.
For details, visit Kensington’s web site.
http://www.kensington.com/
p Security bar
Connects to a commercially available
security chain or wire.
If it is difficult to pull out, pull out the
Security bar using a screwdriver.
f Ventilation holes (intake)
(page 60)
g Ventilation holes (exhaust)
Caution
Do not place anything near the ventilation
holes as this may cause internal heat
buildup. Do not place your hand or
deformable items (plastic, etc.) near the
ventilation holes or around the projector, as
it may cause damage or personal injury.
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Location and Function of Controls
Security bar
q Lens shift cover (page 19)
For lens shift adjusting, remove this to
access the lens shift screws inside the
unit.
Connector Panel
VPL-CH375/CH355
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Overview
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9
VPL-CH370/CH350
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Input (pages 9, 11)
a INPUT A
Video: RGB/YPBPR input connector
(RGB/YPBPR)
Audio: Audio input connector (AUDIO)
b INPUT B
Video: HDMI input connector (HDMI)
Audio: HDMI input connector (HDMI)
c INPUT C
d INPUT D
HDBaseT connector*/LAN connector
(page 37)
Use a straight CAT5e or CAT6 shielded
LAN cable (not supplied).
* VPL-CH375/CH355 only
e S VIDEO (S VIDEO IN)
Video: S video input connector
(S VIDEO IN)
Audio: Audio input connector
(L (MONO) AUDIO/R)
Video: HDMI input connector (HDMI)
Audio: HDMI input connector (HDMI)
Location and Function of Controls
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f VIDEO (VIDEO IN)
Video: Video input connector (VIDEO)
Audio: Audio input connector
(L (MONO) AUDIO/R)
Note
The audio inputs of S VIDEO and VIDEO are
shared.
Output (page 16)
g OUTPUT
Video: Monitor output connector
(MONITOR)
Audio: Audio output connector
(AUDIO)
Notes
• This connector outputs the projected image
only when INPUT A is used.
• When the speaker setting is set to “Always
On” and the lamp is turned off, the audio of
INPUT A and the microphone are enabled.
Others
h RS-232C connector (RS-232C)
RS-232C compatible control connector.
Connects the computer’s RS-232C
connector and the RS-232C cross cables.
i AC IN (∼) socket
Connects the supplied AC power cord.
j USB connector (Type A) (
(page 11)
)
k USB connector (Type B) (
(page 51)
)
l Microphone input (
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)
Location and Function of Controls
Remote Commander and Control Panel Keys
Remote Commander
d Adjusting the image (page 18)
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INPUT
APA
1
6
ECO MODE
2
MENU
RESET
Overview
4
ASPECT key (page 26)
KEYSTONE key (page 20)
PATTERN key (page 22)
APA (Auto Pixel Alignment) key*
(page 22)
Note
3
* Use this key when inputting a computer
ENTER
signal via the RGB input connector
(INPUT A).
RETURN
4
ASPECT
KEYSTONE PATTERN
D ZOOM
VOLUME
BLANK
FREEZE
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MUTING
Control Panel Keys
1
2
3
3
6
a Turning on the power/Going to
standby mode
?/1 (On/Standby) key
b Selecting an input signal
(page 17)
INPUT key
c Operating a menu (page 24)
MENU key
RESET key
ENTER /V/v/B/b (arrow) keys
RETURN key
e Using various functions during
projecting
D ZOOM (Digital Zoom)
+/– key*1 *2
Enlarges a portion of the image while
projecting.
1 Press the D ZOOM + key to display
the digital zoom icon on the projected
image.
2 Press the V/v/B/b keys to move the
digital zoom icon to the point on the
image you want to enlarge.
3 Press the D ZOOM + key or the D
ZOOM – key repeatedly to change the
enlargement ratio. The image can be
enlarged up to 4 times.
Press the RESET key to restore the
previous image.
BLANK key
Cuts off the projected image
temporarily. Press again to restore the
previous image. Picture muting helps
reduce power consumption.
MUTING key
Mutes the audio output temporarily.
Press again to restore the previous
volume.
VOLUME +/– key
Adjusts the volume output.
FREEZE key*2
Pauses a projected image. Press again to
restore the image.
Location and Function of Controls
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Notes
*1: Use this key when inputting a
computer signal. But it may not be
used depending on the resolution of
the input signal.
*2: Use this key when inputting a
computer signal.You cannot use this
key when “Type B USB” or
“Network” is selected as the input.
f Setting the energy–saving mode
easily
ECO MODE key
Energy-saving mode can be set easily.
Energy-saving mode consists of “Lamp
Mode,” “With No Input,” “With Static
Signal” and “Standby Mode.”
1 Press the ECO MODE key to display
the ECO Mode menu.
ECO Mode
ECO
User
:Sel
RETURN
:Back
2 Press the V/v key or ECO MODE key
to select “ECO” or “User” mode.
ECO: Sets each mode to the optimum
energy-saving value.
Lamp Mode: Low
With No Input: Standby
With Static Signal: Lamp
Dimming
Standby Mode: Low
Speaker Setting: Sync with Power
User: Sets each item of the ECO
Mode menu as you desire (go to
step 3).
3 Select “User” then press the b key.
The setting items appear.
User
Lamp Mode
High
Constant Brightness
Auto Power Saving
ON
With No Input
With Static Signal
Standby Mode
Off
Lamp Dimming
Standard
:Sel
:Set
RETURN
:Back
4 Press the V/v key to select the item
then press the ENTER key.
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Location and Function of Controls
5 Press the V/v key to select the setting
value.
6 Press the ENTER key.
The screen returns to the User screen.
For details on each setting, see
“Speaker Setting” in the Function
menu (page 29), “Lamp Mode,”
“Constant Brightness,” “With No
Input,” “With Static Signal,” and
“Standby Mode” in the Connection/
Power menu (page 31).
Others
g Infrared transmitter
About remote commander operation
• Direct the remote commander toward the
remote control detector.
• The shorter the distance between the
remote commander and the projector is,
the wider the angle within which the
remote commander can control the
projector becomes.
• Make sure that nothing obstructs the
infrared beam between the remote
commander and the remote control
detector on the projector.
B Preparation
Connecting the Projector
Notes
• Make sure all the equipment is powered off when connecting the projector.
• Use the proper cables for each connection.
• Insert the cable plugs firmly; Loose connections may reduce performance of picture signals or
cause a malfunction. When pulling out a cable, be sure to grip it by the plug, not the cable itself.
• For more information, refer also to the instruction manuals of the equipment you are connecting.
• Use a no-resistance audio cable.
Preparation
Connecting a Computer
Connection with a computer is explained for each input signal.
INPUT A
For connecting a computer with an RGB output connector.
Mini D-sub 15-pin cable (not supplied)
RGB output
connector
Computer
Audio output
connector
Audio cable (Stereo mini plug)
(not supplied)
Note
It is recommended that you set the resolution of your computer to 1920 × 1200 pixels for the
external monitor.
INPUT B/INPUT C
For connecting a computer with an HDMI output connector.
HDMI cable
(not supplied)
HDMI output
connector
Computer
Connecting the Projector
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Notes
• Use HDMI-compatible equipment which has the HDMI Logo.
• Use a high speed HDMI cable(s) on which the cable type logo is specified. (Sony products are
recommended.)
• The HDMI connector of this projector is not compatible with DSD (Direct Stream Digital) Signal
or CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) Signal.
USB connector (Type B) (
)
For connecting to a computer with a USB connector (“Playing Video and Audio using USB
Connection” (page 51)).
USB connector
(Type A)
USB A-B cable (not
supplied)
Computer
LAN connector
For connecting to a computer, tablet PC, or smartphone via a hub or router (“Presentation
Function via Network” (page 47)).
LAN
connector
LAN cable (straight type)
(not supplied)
Computer
Wired connection
Tablet PC/Smartphone
Computer
Wireless connection
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Connecting the Projector
Hub, Wireless router, etc.
USB connector (Type A) (
)
For connecting a USB wireless LAN module IFU-WLM3 (not supplied) (“Presentation
Function via Network” (page 47)).
Wireless router, access
point
Preparation
Tablet PC/Smartphone
USB wireless LAN module
IFU-WLM3 (not supplied)
Computer
Notes
• Undesignated USB wireless LAN modules do not work.
• When connecting/disconnecting the USB wireless LAN module, make sure that the projector is in
Standby mode (Standby Mode: “Low”), or the AC power cord is unplugged from the wall outlet.
• When wirelessly connecting a tablet PC/smartphone to the projector via USB wireless LAN
module IFU-WLM3 (not supplied), set “WLAN Network” to “Access Pt. (Manual)” in the
projector’s “WLAN Settings” (page 31).
• For connecting to the access point, access to the Web browser, and input the settings for the access
point to connect. For details, see “Setting the WLAN Network of the projector” (page 41).
Connecting a Video equipment
Connections with a VHS video deck, DVD player, or BD player are explained for each input
signal.
S VIDEO IN
For connecting video equipment with an S-video output connector.
S video cable (not supplied)
Video equipment
S video output
connector
Audio output
connector
Audio cable (Phono plug × 2)
(not supplied)
Connecting the Projector
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VIDEO IN
For connecting video equipment with a video output connector.
Video cable (not supplied)
Video output
connector
Audio output
connector
Video equipment
Audio cable (Phono plug × 2) (not supplied)
INPUT A
For connecting video equipment with a YPBPR output connector.
Component – Mini D-sub 15-pin cable (not supplied)
YPBPR output
connector
Audio output
connector
Video equipment
Audio cable (Phono plug × 2 – stereo mini plug) (not supplied)
INPUT B/INPUT C
For connecting video equipment with an HDMI output connector.
HDMI cable
(not supplied)
HDMI output
connector
Video equipment
Notes
• Use HDMI-compatible equipment which has the HDMI Logo.
• Use a high speed HDMI cable(s) on which the cable type logo is specified. (Sony products are
recommended.)
• The HDMI connector of this projector is not compatible with DSD (Direct Stream Digital) Signal
or CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) Signal.
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Connecting the Projector
Connecting a HDBaseTTM equipment
For connecting the computer, video equipment, and network equipment via the HDBaseT
transmitter.
Connecting to the computer
INPUT D
LAN cable: STP type (CAT5e or
higher, straight, not supplied)
HDBaseT transmitter
Preparation
HDMI output
connector
HDMI cable (not supplied)
Computer
Connecting to the video equipment
INPUT D
LAN cable: STP type (CAT5e or
higher, straight, not supplied)
HDBaseT transmitter
HDMI output
connector
Video equipment
HDMI cable (not supplied)
Notes for connecting this unit and the HDBaseT transmitter
• Ask a professional or Sony dealer to perform wiring. If wiring is not correct, the transmission
characteristics of the cable will not be achieved, and image or sound may break up or you may
experience unstable performance.
• Connect the cable directly to the HDBaseT transmitter without going through a hub or router.
• Use cables that meet the following conditions.
-CAT5e or higher
-Shielded type (covering connectors)
-Straight wire connection
-Single wire
• When installing the cables, use a cable tester, cable analyzer, or similar device to check if the
cables meet the CAT5e or higher requirement. If there is a transit connector between this unit and
the HDBaseT transmitter, include it when measuring.
• To reduce the affect of noise, install and use the cable in a manner where it is not rolled up and it
is as straight as possible.
• Install the cable away from the other cables (especially the power cable).
Connecting the Projector
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• When installing multiple cables, do not bind them and keep the running parallel distance as short
as possible.
• The transmittable distance of the cable is 100 m (approx. 328 feet) maximum. If it exceeds 100 m
(approx. 328 feet), it may cause the image or the sound to break up, or cause a multifunction in
LAN communication. Do not use the HDBaseT transmitter beyond the transmittable distance.
• Inquire about operation or function problems caused by other manufacturer's devices with the
relevant manufacturer.
Connecting to the network equipment
LAN
connector
LAN cable (straight type)
(not supplied)
Computer
Wired connection
Tablet PC/Smartphone
Hub, Wireless router
Computer
Wireless connection
HDBaseT transmitter
LAN cable: STP type (CAT5e or
higher, straight, not supplied)
Note
Connect this unit and the HDBaseT transmitter without a hub or router between them.
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Connecting the Projector
To attach the HDMI cable
Fix the cable to the cable tie holder at the bottom of the projector, using a commercially
available cable tie, as in the illustration.
Use a cable tie of less than 1.9 mm × 3.8 mm in thickness.
Preparation
Cable tie holder
Bottom of the projector
Cable tie
(commercially
available)
Connecting a microphone
Microphone (
)
For connecting a microphone.
Microphone
(not supplied)
Note
Only dynamic microphones are supported.
Connecting the Projector
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Connecting an External Monitor and Audio Equipment
OUTPUT
Projected images or input audio can be output to display equipment such as a monitor or audio
equipment such as speakers with a built-in amplifier.
Display equipment
RGB input
connector
Audio equipment
Mini D-sub 15-pin
cable (not supplied)
Audio input
connector
Audio cable (stereo mini plug)
(not supplied)
Notes
• Projected images can be output from INPUT A only.
• When the speaker setting is set to “Always On” and the lamp is turned off, the audio of INPUT A
and the microphone are enabled.
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Connecting the Projector
B Projecting/Adjusting an Image
Projecting an Image
The size of a projected image depends on the distance between the projector and screen. Install
the projector so that the projected image fits the screen size. For details on projection distances
and projected image sizes, see “Projection Distance and Lens Shift Range” (page 67).
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5
2
Video equipment
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Projector
1
Wall outlet
Projecting/Adjusting an Image
4
Computer
1
Plug the AC power cord into the wall
outlet.
2
Connect all equipment to the projector
(page 9).
3
Press the ?/1 key to turn on the unit.
4
Turn on the connected equipment.
5
Select the input source.
6
When projecting a computer image,
switch your computer’s output to
external display.
The method to switch the output varies
depending on the type of computer.
(Example)
+
Press the INPUT key on the projector to
display the menu for switching input
signal on the screen. Press the INPUT
key repeatedly, or press the V/v key to
select an image to be projected.
To play video and audio using USB
Connection, see “Playing Video and
Audio using USB Connection”
(page 51). To use Presentation Function
via Network, see “Presentation Function
via Network” (page 47).
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Adjust the focus, size and position of
the projected image (page 18).
Projecting an Image
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Adjusting the Projected image
Focus
Size (Zoom)
Position (Lens shift)
2V shift screw
Focus ring
Zoom lever
1H shift screw
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Projecting an Image
Adjusting the tilt of the projector by lens shift
You can adjust the position of the projected
image by turning the screws for lens shift
(V shift screw and H shift screw).
1 Lift up the lower end of the lens shift cover
with your finger to remove it.
2V shift screw
Projecting/Adjusting an Image
2 Insert a Philips screwdriver to the 1H shift
screw inside the unit and turn it to adjust
right or left, and to the 2V shift screw to
adjust up or down. Be careful not to look
into the lens.
Continued turning of these screws will
return the lens shift to its original position.
Adjust the screws to set the lens shift to the
optimum position. For details on the
adjustment range, see the “Lens shift
range” (page 69).
Lens shift cover
1H shift screw
3 Return the lens shift cover to the unit.
Projecting an Image
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Adjusting the tilt of the projector with the front feet (adjustable)
You can adjust the height of the projector
pushing the side button on this unit.
By changing the slope of the projector with
front feet (adjustable), you can adjust the
position of the projected image.
How to alter the angle
1 Push in the foot adjust button at the side of
the unit.
2 Keeping the button pushed in, raise the
main unit to the desired angle.
3 Release the foot adjust button.
4 For fine positioning, turn the right and left
front feet (adjustable) beneath the unit.
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4
Notes
• Be careful not to let the projector down on your fingers.
• Do not push hard on the top of the projector with the front feet (adjustable) extended. It may cause
malfunction.
Changing the aspect ratio of the projected image
Press ASPECT on the remote commander to change the aspect ratio of the projected image.
You can also change the setting in Aspect of the Screen menu (pages 26, 28).
Correcting trapezoidal distortion of the projected image (Keystone feature)
If the image becomes trapezoidal, set the keystone manually.
When the projected image is a trapezoid, tapering to the top or bottom
1 Press KEYSTONE on the remote
commander once or select V Keystone in
the INSTALL SETTING menu.
2 Use V/v/B/b to set the value. The higher
the setting, narrower the top of the
projected image. The lower the setting, the
narrower the bottom.
Increase the number
towards plus
Increase the number
towards minus
Press the RESET key to restore the prjected image before adjustment.
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Projecting an Image
When the projected image a trapezoid, tapering to the right or left
1 Press KEYSTONE on the remote
commander twice or select H Keystone in
the INSTALL SETTING menu.
Increase the number
towards minus
2 Use V/v/B/b to set the value. The higher
the setting, the narrower the right part of
the projected image. The lower the setting,
the narrower the left part.
Increase the number
towards plus
Press the RESET key to restore the projected image before adjustment.
Notes
Correcting the image twist (Corner Keystone feature)
You can correct the image twist by the corner keystone feature.
1 Press KEYSTONE on the remote
commander three times, or select “Corner
Keystone” in the INSTALL SETTING
menu, and select “Adjust.”
2 The guide is displayed.
Projecting/Adjusting an Image
• Since the Keystone adjustment is an electronic correction, the image may be deteriorated.
• Depending on the position adjusted with the lens shift feature, the aspect ratio of the image may
change from the original or projected image may be distorted with Keystone adjustment.
The corners of the image to be corrected
1 Move the s by using V/v/B/b to select
the corner you want to correct.
If you press ENTER, you will go back to
the cursor display.
Adjust using this cursor.
2 Adjust the position of the corner you want
to correct by using V/v/B/b.
Projecting an Image
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3 The cursor will disappear if the
adjustment range limit is reached.
Example of cursor display:
You can adjust in all directions.
You can adjust only to the left/
right or downwards.
Press the RESET key to restore the projected image before adjustment.
Displaying a pattern
You can display a pattern for adjusting the projected image or a grid pattern with the PATTERN
key on the remote commander. Press the PATTERN key again to restore the previous image.
You can use a grid pattern as a guide to write text or to draw lines and shapes on the whiteboard
or blackboard without using a computer.
Note
You cannot use this key when “Type B USB” or “Network” is selected as the input.
Automatically adjusts Phase, Pitch and Shift of projected image while a
signal is input from a computer (APA (Auto Pixel Alignment))
Press the APA key on the remote commander. Press again to cancel adjusting during the setting.
You can also set APA in the Screen Menu (page 26). If Smart APA in the Function menu is set
to “On”, executes APA automatically when a signal is input (page 29).
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Projecting an Image
Turning Off the Power
1
Press the ?/1 key on the unit or the remote commander.
The projector starts shutdown and turns off. If you press the ?/1 key within 10 seconds
again, shutdown is cancelled.
Note
Do not turn off the projector soon after the lamp lights. It may cause a malfunction of the lamp
(does not light ,etc.).
2
Unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet.
To turn off without displaying confirmation message
Press and hold the ?/1 key on the unit for a few seconds (page 54).
This gauge indicates the current effectiveness of the projector’s ECO function. (For details on
the ECO function, see “ECO MODE key” (page 8) and “ECO” (page 31).)
The leaf icons are displayed when the projector is shut down. The number of displayed icons
varies according to how much energy is saved as a result of using the ECO function.
Projecting/Adjusting an Image
ECO gauge
ECO gauge
Projecting an Image
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B Adjustments and Settings Using a Menu
Using a MENU
Note
The menu displays used for the explanation below may be different depending on the model you are
using.
1
Press the MENU key to display the
menu.
2
Select the setting menu.
Use the V/v key to select the setting
operations in step 3 and then press the
ENTER key to register the setting.
To return to the selection screen of the
setting items, press the B or RETURN
key. You can press the RESET key to
reset an item to its factory setting value
to aid setting.
menu then press the b key or ENTER
key.
Using a pop-up menu
Press the V/v/B/b key to select an item.
Selected items take effect immediately,
except “Language,” “Speaker Setting,”
and “Input-A Signal Sel.”, which take
effect after you press the ENTER key.
Setting menu
Picture
Picture Mode
Reset
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Hue
Color Temp.
Sharpness
Expert Setting
:Sel
3
Standard
Low
:Set
Picture Mode
Dynamic
Standard
Presentation
:Back
Select the setting item.
Use the V/v key to select the setting
:Sel
menu then press the b key or ENTER
key.
To return to the selection screen of the
setting menu, press the B or RETURN
key.
Using the setting menu
Press the V/v key to select the item.
Press the ENTER key to register the
setting and return to the previous screen.
Using the adjustment menu
To increase the value, press the V/b key
and to decrease the number, press the
v/B key. Press the ENTER key to
register the setting and return to the
previous screen.
Setting items
Picture
Picture Mode
Reset
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Hue
Color Temp.
Sharpness
Expert Setting
Standard
80
50
50
50
Low
Contrast
5
Adjust
:Sel
4
:Set
Make the setting or adjustment for the
selected item.
Using a MENU
Back
:Back
The setting method varies, depending on
the setting item.
If the next menu window is displayed,
select the item according to the
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RETURN :Back
5
Press the MENU key to clear the
menu.
The menu disappears automatically if no
operation is performed.
The Picture Menu
The Picture is used to adjust the picture for each input signal.
Items
Item descriptions
Picture Mode
Dynamic: Emphasizes the contrast to produce a dynamic and vivid picture.
Standard: Provides an image which is natural and well balanced.
Presentation: Provides a bright image, suitable for presentations.
Resets the factory setting.
Contrast
The higher the value, the greater the contrast. The lower the value, the lower
the contrast.
Brightness
The higher the value, the brighter the picture. The lower the value, the darker
the picture.
Color*2 *3
The higher the value, the greater the intensity. The lower the value, the lower
the intensity.
Hue*2 *3 *4
The higher the value, the more greenish the picture becomes. The lower the
value, the more reddish the picture becomes.
Color Temp.*5
High/Middle/Low: The higher the value, the more bluish the picture. The
lower the value, the more reddish the picture.
Sharpness
The higher the value, the sharper the picture. The lower the value, the softer
the picture.
Expert Setting
Gamma
Mode
Graphics1: Gamma correction to make halftones brighter. This setting is
suitable when projecting highly colorful images, such as photos, in a bright
place.
Graphics2: Gamma correction to improve the reproduction of halftones.
Highly colorful images, such as photos, can be reproduced in natural tones.
Text: Improves black and white contrast. Suitable for images with lots of text
content.
DICOM GSDF Sim.*6: Gamma setting is in accordance with the Grayscale
Standard Display Function (GSDF) of the Digital Imaging and
Communications in Medicine (DICOM) standards.
Notes
Adjustments and Settings Using a Menu
Reset*1
*1: The settings in the Picture return to their factory defaults, except for Picture Mode.
*2: When a video signal is input, this option is available.
*3: When the signal without color burst signal is input after selecting “Video” or “S-Video”, this
option is unavailable.
*4: When an analog TV signal is input, this option may not available, depending on the color system.
*5: When “Picture Mode” is set to the item other than “Presentation,” this option is available.
*6: Available when a computer signal is input from the DVI-D input connector (INPUT C) and
HDMI input connector (INPUT D). This projector is not to be used as a device for medical
diagnosis.
The Picture Menu
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The Screen Menu
The Screen menu is used to adjust the size, position and aspect ratio of the projected image for
each input signal.
Items
Item descriptions
*1
Changes the aspect ratio of the projected image (page 28).
When the computer
signal is input
4:3: Displays the image to fit the maximum projected image size
with an aspect ratio fixed to 4:3.
16:9: Displays the image to fit the maximum projected image size
with an aspect ratio fixed to 16:9.
Full 1: Displays the image to fit the maximum projected image
size without changing the aspect ratio of the input signal.
Full 2: Displays the image to fit the maximum projected image
size changing the aspect ratio of the input signal.
Full 3: Displays the image to fit the maximum width or height, up
to 1920 × 1080 pixels, without changing the aspect ratio of the
input signal.
Normal: Displays the image on the center position of the
projected screen without changing the resolution of the input
signal or enlarging the image.
When the video signal
is input
4:3: Displays the image to fit the maximum projected image size
with an aspect ratio fixed to 4:3.
16:9: Displays the image to fit the maximum projected image size
with an aspect ratio fixed to 16:9.
Full: Displays the image to fit the maximum projected image size
changing the aspect ratio of the input signal.
Zoom: Zooms the center area of a projected image.
Aspect
Adjust Signal
Adjusts the image of computer signal. Use this item if the edge of
the image is cut and reception is bad.
APA*2 *3
Automatically adjusts the projected image to an optimum quality
when you press the ENTER key (page 7).
Phase*2
Adjusts the dot phase of the display pixel and the input signal. Set
to the value where looks clearest.
Pitch*2 *5
The higher the value, the wider the horizontal image elements
(pitch). The lower the value, the narrower the horizontal image
elements (pitch).
Shift*4
H (Horizontal): The higher the value, the farther right the image
is projected on the screen. The lower the value, the image farther
left.
V (Vertical): The higher the value, the farther up the image is
projected on the screen. The lower the value, the image farther
down.
Notes
*1: • Note that if the projector is used for profit or for public viewing, modifying the original picture
by switching to the aspect mode may constitute an infringement of the rights of authors or
producers, which are legally protected.
• Depending on the input signal, setting items for aspect ratio or some other setting items cannot
be set in some cases, or changing the aspect ratio setting may have no effect.
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The Screen Menu
• A part of the image may be displayed in black, depending on the setting item.
*2: Available when a computer signal is input from the RGB input connector (INPUT A).
*3: If the projected image includes large amount of black portion around it, the APA function will
not work properly and a part of the image may not be displayed on the screen and also optimum
image cannot be obtained, depending on the type of input signal. In this case, adjust the “Phase,”
“Pitch,” and “Shift” items manually.
*4: Available when a computer or a video signal is input from the RGB/YPBPR input connector
(INPUT A).
*5: When “APA” (page 26) or “Smart APA” (page 29) is performed, the adjusted value for “Pitch”
will return to its factory default. If you want to continue using the adjusted value, set “Smart
APA” to “Off.”
Adjustments and Settings Using a Menu
The Screen Menu
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Video signal
Computer signal
Aspect
Input signal
Recommended
setting value and
projected image
4:3
Full1*1 *2 *3
16:9
*1 *2 *3
Full1
16:10
Full1*3
4:3
4:3*4 *5
16:9
16:9
*1: If you select “Normal,” the image is
projected in the same resolution as the
input signal without changing the aspect
ratio of the original image.
*2: If you select “Full2,” the image is projected
to fit the projected image size, regardless
of the aspect ratio of the image.
*3: If you adjust the projected image position
using an image with 16:9 aspect ratio and
then switch the input source to 4:3 image,
the top and bottom edge of the image may
be hidden. In this a case, select “Full3.”
*4: Depending on the input signal, the
projected image may be projected as
illustrated below. In this a case, select
“16:9.”
*5: Depending on the input signal, the image
may be projected as illustrated below. In
this a case, select “Zoom.”
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The Screen Menu
The Function Menu
The Function menu is used for setting various functions of the projector.
Item descriptions
Volume
The higher the value, the louder an audio volume and the lower the
value, the lower the audio volume.
Mic Volume
Adjust the volume of the microphone.*2
Speaker
On/Off: When set to “On,” speaker outputs sound. To not output
sound from the speaker, select “Off.”
Speaker Setting
Sync with Power/Always On: When set to “Always On,” the speaker
is available even in Lamp Cutoff.*3
Smart APA
On/Off: When set to “On,” APA functions automatically when a
signal is input.*1
CC Display
CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4/Text1/Text2/Text3/Text4: Select the closed
caption service (captions or text).
Off: Closed caption does not appear.
Lamp Timer Reset
When replacing the lamp, resets the lamp timer (page 58).
Start Up Image
On/Off: When set to “On,” the Start Up Image is displayed on the
screen when the projector is powered on.
All Reset
Resets all settings to their factory defaults.
Notes
*1: APA functions when a computer signal is input via the RGB input connector (INPUT A).
*2: The maximum available mic volume is set by the value of “Volume.”
*3: When the speaker setting is set to “Always On” and the lamp is off, the audio of INPUT A and
the microphone are enabled.
If “Always On” is selected, “Eco Mode” will be set to “User,” “Standby Mode” will be set to
“Standard” in conjunction.
The Function Menu
Adjustments and Settings Using a Menu
Items
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The Operation Menu
The Operation menu is used for setting for the operations by using the menu or the Remote
Commander.
Setting items
Description
Language
Selects the language used in the menu and on-screen displays.
Menu Position
Bottom Left/Center: For selecting the position of the menu displayed on the
projected image.
Status
On: All on-screen statuses are enabled.
Off: Displays only the menus, the message when turning off the power, and
warning messages.
IR Receiver
Front & Rear/Front/Rear: Selects the remote control detectors (IR Receiver)
on the front and rear of the projector.
Security Lock*1
On/Off: This function enables restriction of the projector to authorized users
by password. The setting procedures for security locking are as follows:
1 Select “On” then press the ENTER key to display the setting menu.
2 Input the password with the MENU, V/v/B/b, and ENTER keys. (The
default password setting is “ENTER, ENTER, ENTER, ENTER.”)
3 Input a new password with the MENU, V/v/B/b, and ENTER keys.
4 Enter the password again to confirm.
Enter the password when you turn on the projector after disconnecting and
reconnecting the AC power cord.
When it is set to “Off,” you can cancel the security lock. You are required to
input the password again.
If you fail to enter the correct password after three consecutive times, the
projector cannot be used. In this case, press the ?/1 key to go standby mode
then turn on the power again.
Control Key
Lock
On/Off: When set to “On,” locks all the control panel keys of the projector.
However, you can operate the following when set to “On”:
• Press and hold the ?/1 key for approximately 10 seconds during Standby
mode.
c The projector turns on.
• Press and hold the MENU key for approximately 10 seconds during power
on.
c “Control Key Lock” is set to “Off” and enables operation of all keys on
the projector.
Note
*1: You will not be able to use the projector if you forget your password. If you call qualified Sony
personnel because you have forgotten the password, you will be asked to verify the projector’s
serial number and your identity. (This process may differ in other countries/regions.) Once your
identity has been confirmed, we will provide you with the password.
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The Operation Menu
The Connection/Power Menu
The Connection/Power menu is used for setting for the connections and power.
Items
Item descriptions
LAN Settings
IP Address
Setup*9
Auto (DHCP): The IP address is assigned automatically from the
DHCP server such as a router.
Manual: To specify the IP Address manually.
WLAN Settings*10
WLAN
Connection*8
On/Off: Set the wireless output of the USB wireless LAN module (not
supplied) to On/Off.
WLAN
Network*14
Access Pt. (Auto)/Access Pt. (Manual)/Client *11: Changes modes for
WLAN. *12
Network Presentation
Connection
CODE
Sets the function of the HDBaseT/LAN connector.
HDBaseT/LAN
connector
HDBaseT: Connecting the HDBaseT transmitter and the LAN cable
enables transmitting the signal of the Video, Audio, Ethernet, and
RS-232C.
LAN: Connecting the LAN cable for Ethernet directly enables
connecting to the network.
(Use when connecting the cable directly without the HDBaseT
transmitter.)
RS-232C setting
Via HDBaseT: You can connect this unit to the RS-232C connector via
the HDBaseT transmitter. (Baud rate: 9600bps)
RS-232C connector: Use when connecting to the RS-232C connector
of this unit directly.
Dynamic Range*16
Sets the image input level of the INPUT B/C/D connector.*17
Auto: Distinguishes the image input level automatically.
Limited: Set when the image input level is 16-235.
Full: Set when the image input level is 0-255.
Input-A Signal Sel.
Auto/Computer/Video GBR/Component: When set to “Auto,” selects
the type of video signal input automatically when “Input-A” is selected. *1
Adjustments and Settings Using a Menu
HDBaseT setting
On/Off: This is the presentation function via the network. It controls
the connection using the displayed number (CODE) on the right bottom
of the screen. During the image transmission, using the ENTER key on
the remote commander makes Connection CODE display again.
ECO
Lamp Mode
High/Standard/Low/Auto*5 *15: When set to “High,” the image
becomes brighter, and power consumption becomes higher. When set to
“Low,” power consumption is minimized; however, the image will be
darker. When set to “Auto,” brightness is adjusted automatically
according to image content. Dark images are projected with brightness
adjusted, leading to energy-saving. Bright images are projected
brightly, without adjusting brightness.
Constant
Brightness
On/Off: Available when the lamp mode is set to High. Outputs light at
a certain brightness. *13
The Connection/Power Menu
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Items
Item descriptions
Auto Power Saving
With No Input
Lamp Cutoff: The lamp turns off automatically and power
consumption is reduced if no signal is input for more than 10 minutes.
The lamp lights again when a signal is input or any key is pressed. In
Lamp Cutoff, the ON/STANDBY indicator lights in orange. (page 53)
Standby*6: If no signal is input to the unit for more than 10 minutes,
the power turns off automatically, and the unit enters standby mode.
Off: You can deactivate the With No Input.
With Static
Signal
Lamp Dimming*4 *5 *7: If an image does not change for about 10
seconds, lamp output is gradually reduced (approximately 10% to
15%*3) from that set in the Lamp Mode. Automatically the lamp slowly
darkens to approximately 30% of its lamp output according to the
selected time (with no change to input signal) “5,” “10,” “15,” “20”
minutes or “Demo.,” While dimming the lamp, the message “Lamp
Dimming” appears. If you select “Demo.,” the image will start to
darken about 40 seconds later. When any change in signal is detected,
or an operation (remote control or control panel) is performed, normal
brightness is restored.
Off: You can deactivate the With Static Signal.
Standby Mode*2
Standard/Low: When set to “Low,” lowers power consumption in
Standby mode.
Direct Power On
On/Off: When set to “On,” you can turn the power on without going to
Standby mode when the AC power cord is connected to a wall outlet.
With the projector turned off, you can also unplug the AC power cord
without going to Standby mode, regardless of the Direct Power On
setting.
Notes
*1:
This may not be optimum depending on the input signal. In this case set manually according
to the connected equipment.
*2: When “Standby Mode” is set to “Low,” the network and network control function cannot be
operated while the projector is in standby mode.
*3: This varies depending on the “Lamp Mode” setting.
*4: As the lamp is dimmed gradually, you may not notice any change in brightness. You might only
notice that the lamp has dimmed when its brightness is restored after there is a change in input
signal.
*5: This mode does not work for about three minutes after the lamp lights. A change in signal may
not be detected depending on the input image. The lamp may become brighter at intervals
during lamp dimming. However, this is not a malfunction. If With No Input is set, it takes
priority.
*6: Select “Off” to avoid entering standby mode when there is no input signal.
*7: Does not function when “Type B USB” or “Network” is selected as the input.
*8: Reflecting changes in WLAN settings may take a few moments.
*9: To set the IP address manually, select “Manual”, press “Apply”, then enter the IP address.
*10: When you send images or files from a tablet PC/smartphone and display them (page 50), set
“WLAN Network” to “Access Pt. (Auto)” or “Access Pt. (Manual),” to use USB wireless LAN
module IFU-WLM3 (not supplied) as a wireless access point.
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The Connection/Power Menu
*11: The factory default settings for “Access Pt. (Manual)” are as follows.
SSID: VPL + MAC address for LAN
Security Method: WEP(64bit)
Wireless Password: sony1
To change the settings for “Access Pt. (Manual)”, use a Web browser.
For details, see “Setting the WLAN Network of the projector” (page 41).
*12: For changing the settings for “Client,” use the Web browser for change. For details, see
“Setting the WLAN Network of the projector” (page 41).
*13: Constant Brightness mode will be enabled for about 2,000 hours after it is activated at early
usage. After this period, it will be disabled automatically. Activated time and brightness may
vary depending on the usage conditions.
*14: If the projector cannot connect wirelessly, click [Apply] once again to make sure the
connection is established. For details, see “Setting the WLAN Network of the projector”
(page 41).
*15: Does not function when “Type B USB” or “Network” is selected as the input. In this case, it
becomes equivalent to “Standard.” Cannot be selected by VPL-CH355/CH350.
*16: If the image input setting of the HDMI connection equipment is not correct, the brighter part
becomes too bright and the darker part becomes too dark.
*17: The INPUT D connector is available on VPL-CH375/CH355 only.
Adjustments and Settings Using a Menu
The Connection/Power Menu
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The Installation Menu
The Installation menu is used for installing the projector.
Items
Item descriptions
Screen Fitting
HV Keystone/ Corner Keystone: You can choose how to correct image
twist.
V Keystone*1
This is displayed when “HV Keystone” is selected in “Screen Fitting.”
Auto/Manual: The higher the setting, the narrower the top of the projected
image. The lower the setting, the narrower the bottom of the projected
image.
H Keystone*1
This is displayed when “HV Keystone” is selected in “Screen Fitting.”
The higher the setting, the narrower the right side of the projected image.
The lower the setting, the narrower the left side of the projected image.
Corner Keystone*1
This is displayed when “Corner Keystone” is selected in “Screen Fitting.”
Adjust: Corrects image twist.
Reset: Resets the adjusted values to their default values.
Image Flip
HV/H/V/Off: Flips the projected image horizontally and/or vertically
according to the installation method.
Installation Attitude
Link to Image Flip/Right Side Up/Upside Down: Change the cooling
setting to suit to the installation attitude. When set to “Link to Image Flip,”
the cooling setting changes based on the setting of “Image Flip.”
Continuing to use the wrong setting may affect component reliability.
High Altitude Mode On/Off: Set to “On” when using the projector at an altitude of 1,500 m or
higher. Continuing to use the wrong setting may affect component
reliability.
Panel Alignment*2
This feature allows you to adjust the gaps in the color of characters or the
picture.
When set to “On,” “Adjust Color” and “Pattern Color” can be assigned and
adjusted.
Adjust Item: Selects how to make adjustments from below.
Shift: Shifts the whole picture and makes adjustments.
Zone: Selects the desired range and makes adjustments.
Adjust Color: Assigns the desired color to adjust the gaps in color. Select
“R” (Red) or “B” (Blue) to make adjustments based on “G” (Green).
Pattern Color: Select “R/G” (Red and Green) or “R/G/B” (White, all
colors) when “Adjust Color” is “R” (Red). Select “B/G” (Blue and Green)
or “R/G/B” (White, all colors) when the “Adjust Color” is “B” (Blue).
Adjust: The shift adjustment and zone adjustment of the color selected in
“Adjust Color” can be made with V/v/B/b keys.
Reset: The panel alignment settings are initialized to their factory preset
values.
Color Matching*3
Adjust/Reset: For correcting the brightness and color of the whole
projected image manually from the signal level in six steps.
Notes
*1: Since the HV Keystone/Corner Keystone adjustment is an electronic correction, the image may
deteriorate.
V Keystone: Even when set to “Auto,” you can adjust manually by the following steps.
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The Installation Menu
1) Press the KEYSTONE key to display “V Keystone.”
2) Adjust the values with the V/v keys to adjust manually temporally.
If the projector is turned off, the setting will be restored to “Auto.”
*2: Depending on the adjustment value of “Panel Alignment,” the color and resolution may be
changed.
*3: The brightness and color of the projected image may not match completely, even after you adjust
“Brightness” and “Color.”
Adjustments and Settings Using a Menu
The Installation Menu
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The Information Menu
The Information menu is used to check projector status, such as total usage time of the lamp.
Items
Item descriptions
Model Name
Displays the model name.
Serial No.
Displays the serial number.
fH/fV*1
Displays the horizontal/vertical frequency of the current input signal.
Signal Type
Displays the type of the current input signal.
Lamp Timer
Indicates the total usage time of a lamp.
Note
*1: These items may not be displayed depending on the input signal.
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The Information Menu
B Network
Using Network Features
Connection to the network allows you to operate the following features:
• Checking the current status of the projector via a Web browser.
• Remotely controlling the projector via a Web browser.
• Receiving the e-mail report via the projector.
• Making the network settings for the projector.
• Displaying messages on the projected image using an application.
• Supports network monitoring, control protocol (Advertisement, PJ Talk, PJ Link, AMX
DDDP [Dynamic Device Discovery Protocol], Crestron RoomView).
Notes
Network
• When connecting this projector with the network, consult with the network administrator. The
network must be secured.
• The content communicated via a wireless LAN communication may be intercepted due to the use
of radio waves. To protect the communication content, implement security measures properly
according to the connection environment (page 41).
• When using this projector connected with the network, access the Control window via a Web
browser and change the access limitation of the factory preset values (page 38). It is recommended
to change the password regularly.
• When the setting on the Web browser is completed, close the Web browser to log out.
• The menu displays used for the explanation below may be different depending on the model you
are using.
• Supported Web browsers are Internet Explorer 8/9/10/11.
• The menu displays only in English.
• If the browser of your computer is set to [Use a proxy server] when you access to the projector
from your computer, click the check mark to set accessing without using a proxy server.
• To display messages, specific application Projector Station for Network Control (Version 1.1 or
later) is necessary. For download or detailed method of using Projector Station for Network
Control, please access the following URL.
http://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/cat-projectors/resource.downloads
Contact your local Sony dealer for detailed information of Projector Station for Network Control.
Displaying the Control Window of the Projector with a Web
Browser
1
Connect the LAN cable (page 10).
2
Set the network settings for the
projector using “LAN Settings” on the
Connection/Power menu (page 31).
3
Start a web browser on the computer,
enter the following in the address field,
then press the Enter key on your
computer.
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
(xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: IP address for the
projector)
You can confirm the IP address of the
projector in the “LAN Settings” on the
Connection/Power menu (page 31).
Using Network Features
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The following window appears in the
Web browser:
Once you make the network settings,
you can open the Control window only
by performing step 3 of this procedure.
When you access the Setup page for the first
time, enter “root” in the user name box in the
authentication dialogue and enter
“Projector” in the password box.
The Name box of the Administrator is preset
to “root.”
Entry area for [Administrator]
Entry area for [User]
How to operate the Control window
Switching the page
Click one of the Page Switching buttons to
display the desired setting page.
When you change the password, input a new
password after deleting the password
(*****) that was set.
The password of the administrator and user
can be set using up to 16 characters for each.
Note
If you forget your password, consult with
qualified Sony personnel.
Page Switching buttons
Setting the access limitation
You can limit a user for accessing any
particular page.
Administrator: Allowed access to all
pages
User: Allowed access to all pages except
the Setup page
Set the access limitation from [Password] of
the Setup page.
Confirming the Information
regarding the Projector
You can confirm the current settings for the
projector on the Information page.
Information area
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Using Network Features
Operating the Projector from
a Computer
2
Set the timing of the e-mail report.
Click on [Mail Report] to open the Mail
Report page.
Lamp Reminder (Lamp1): Set the
timing of the email report for lamp
replacement. To reset Lamp
Reminder, execute “Lamp Timer
Reset” on the projector (page 29).
Maintenance Reminder: Set the timing
of the email report for maintenance. To
reset Maintenance Reminder, check
the RESET check box and then click
on [Apply].
You can control the projector from the
computer on the Control page.
Mail Report button
2
Operation area
The functions of the buttons shown in the
operation area are the same as the keys on
the remote commander.
3
4
Using the e-mail report
Function
1
Network
Set the e-mail report function on the Setup
page.
Entered values will not be applied unless
you click on [Apply].
6
5
Click on [Owner information] to enter
the owner information recorded in the
e-mail report.
Owner information button
1
3
Enter the outgoing e-mail address in
the Email Address box then check the
Report Timing check box of the e-mail
report to be sent.
4
Set the mail account for sending email reports.
Mail Address: Enter the e-mail address.
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP): Enter
the address of outgoing mail server
(SMTP).
Required Authentication: Check this
check box if authentication is required
for sending e-mail.
Using Network Features
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Requires the use of POP
Authentication before sending email
(POP before SMTP): Check this
check box to arrange for POP
authentication to be performed before
sending e-mail.
Incoming Mail Server (POP3): Enter
the address of the incoming-mail
server (POP3) to be used for POP
authentication.
Account Name: Enter the mail account
name.
Password: Enter the password.
SMTP Authentication: Check this
check box to arrange for SMTP
authentication to be performed before
sending e-mail.
Account Name: Enter the mail account
name.
Password: Enter the password.
5
Setting the LAN Network of
the projector
Set the LAN network function on the Setup
page.
Entered values will not be applied unless
you click on [Apply].
1
Confirm the contents of the e-mail
report.
When you click on [View], the contents
of the e-mail report are displayed.
6
Click on [Network] to open the
Network page.
Send the test mail.
Check on the Send test mail check box
then click on [Apply] to send your test
mail to the e-mail address you set.
Network button
2
LAN Network
setting area
Set the items for internet protocol.
Obtain an IP address automatically:
Automatically provides the network
settings by a DHCP server function,
such as the router. The IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Default Gateway,
Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS
display the values provided by a
DHCP server.
Specify an IP address: Set the network
manually.
-IP Address: Input the IP address of the
projector.
-Subnet Mask: Input the subnet mask of
the projector.
-Default Gateway: Input the default
gateway of the projector.
-Primary DNS: Input the primary DNS
server of the projector.
-Secondary DNS: Input the secondary
DNS server of the projector.
Notes
• The email report function will not work if the
network uses Outbound Port25 blocking,
which prevents access to the SMTP server.
• You cannot use the following characters to
enter the characters in the text box: “ ' ”,
“ “ ”, “ \ ”, “ & ”, “ < ”, “ > ”
3
Set the items for Ethenet.
MAC Address: Displays the MAC
address of the projector.
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Using Network Features
Setting the WLAN Network of
the projector
Set the WLAN network function on the
Setup page.
Entered values will not be applied unless
you click on [Apply].
To use the wireless LAN network, a USB
wireless LAN module IFU-WLM3 (not
supplied) is necessary.
1
Click the [WLAN Setting] to open the
WLAN Setting page.
2
3
(a) Input the settings for Access Pt.
Mode.
When the USB wireless LAN module is
activated as an access point, set the items
for the access point.
Probe Response ON: Responds to the
probe request from the client.
Probe Response OFF: Does not
respond to the probe request from the
client.
Network Name (SSID): Displays the
SSID of the access point if “WLAN
Network” is set to “Access Pt. (Auto).”
Input the SSID of the access point if
“Access Pt. (Manual)” is selected.
Channel Setting: Displays the channel
of the access point if “WLAN
Network” is set to “Access Pt. (Auto).”
Select the channel of the access point
if “Access Pt. (Manual)” is selected.
Encryption Type: Displays the security
method of the access point if “WLAN
Network” is set to “Access Pt. (Auto).”
Select the security method of the
access point from the following list if
“Access Pt. (Manual)” is selected.
WLAN Setting button
2
3-(a)
Enable or disable the radio wave
output of USB wireless LAN module.
Wireless ON: Enables radio wave
output of USB wireless LAN module.
Wireless OFF: Disables radio wave
output of USB wireless LAN module.
WLAN Network: Set the modes for
USB wireless LAN module.
Items
Access Pt.
(Auto)
Access Pt.
(Manual)
Client
Descriptions
Activates USB wireless
LAN module as an access
point, and items for
WLAN are automatically
set.
Activates USB wireless
LAN module as an access
point. Set the items for
WLAN manually.
Activates USB wireless
LAN module as a client.
WEP 64bit
WEP 128bit
MIX (WPAPSK/WPA2PSK (TKIP/
AES))
WPA2PSK(AES)
Descriptions
Sets the security method
of the access point to open
system authentication.
Sets the security method
of the access point to
WEP (64bit).
Sets the security method
of the access point to
WEP (128bit).
Sets the security method
of the access point to
MIX. (corresponding to
both WPA-PSK (TKIP/
AES) and WPA2-PSK
(AES) security methods).
Sets the security method
of the access point to
WPA2-PSK (AES).
Using Network Features
Network
Encyption
Type
Open
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Key: Input the password for security
method of the access point according
to the selected encryption type as
below;
Encyption
Type
Open
Encyption
Type
Open
WEP 64bit
WEP 64bit
WEP 128bit
MIX (WPAPSK/WPA2PSK (TKIP/
AES)) or
WPA2-PSK
(AES)
Password
The password cannot be
input.
Input 5 ASCII characters
for a password.
Input 13 ASCII characters
for a password.
Input 8-63 ASCII
characters for a password.
WEP 128bit
MIX (WPAPSK/WPA2PSK (TKIP/
AES))
WPA2-PSK
(AES)
(b) Input the settings for Client
Mode.
When the USB wireless LAN module is
activated as a client, set the items for the
client (set the items for the access point
the projector tries to connect to).
WEP 64bit
WEP 128bit
MIX (WPAPSK/WPA2PSK (TKIP/
AES)) or
WPA2-PSK
(AES)
3-(b)
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Using Network Features
Sets the security method
of the access point to open
system authentication.
Sets the security method
of the access point to
WEP (64bit).
Sets the security method
of the access point to
WEP (128bit).
Sets the security method
of the access point to
MIX. (corresponding to
both WPA-PSK (TKIP/
AES) and WPA2-PSK
(AES) security methods).
Sets the security method
of the access point to
WPA2-PSK (AES).
Key: Input the password for security
method of the access point according
to the selected encryption type as
below;
Encyption
Type
Open
Connection Status: Displays the
connecting status between the access
point and projector.
ESSID: Input the ESSID of access point
the projector tries to connect to.
Encryption Type: Select the security
method of access point the projector
tries to connect to from the following
list.
Descriptions
Password
The password cannot be
input.
Input 5 ASCII characters
for a password.
Input 13 ASCII characters
for a password.
Input 8-63 ASCII
characters for a password.
Obtain an IP address automatically:
Automatically provides the network
settings by a DHCP server function,
such as the router. The IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Default Gateway,
Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS
display the values provided by a
DHCP server.
Specify an IP address: Set the network
manually.
-IP Address: Input the IP address of the
projector.
-Subnet Mask: Input the subnet mask of
the projector.
-Default Gateway: Input the default
gateway of the projector.
-Primary DNS: Input the primary DNS
server of the projector.
-Secondary DNS: Input the secondary
DNS server of the projector.
MAC Address: Displays the MAC
address for USB wireless LAN
module.
2
Click on the [Input Label] and open
the Input Label setting window.
Clear the check box for the label that
you want to change and input the label
name. You can input up to 20 of the
following letters.
Alphabets: “a” to “z”, “A” to “Z”
Numbers: “0” to “9”
Characters: “.”, “, ”, “:”, “;”, “!”, “?”, “'”,
“"”, “#”, “$”, “%”, “&”, “@”, “(”, “)”,
“<”, “>”, “[”, “]”, “{”, “}”, “|”, “=”, “*”,
“+”, “-”, “/”, “_”, “\”, “^”, “`”, “~”,
space
Setting the Custom Labels for
the Input Connectors of the
Projector
Change the label names for the input
connectors that will be displayed on the
projected screen on the Setup page. The
entered label names will not be applied
unless you click on [Apply].
1
Click on [Advanced Menu] to open
the Setup page.
Input Label button
3
Network
Label name for the
input connector
Use the
factory
default
setting
Click the [Apply] button to apply
the set label names.
The label name will be reflected on the
screen when the input of the projector is
changed.
Advanced Menu button
Input Connector Label Display Screen
Using Network Features
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Setting the Control Protocol
of the Projector
Change the settings for the control protocol
on the Setup page. Entered values will not be
applied unless you click on [Apply].
1
Click on [Advanced Menu] to display
the buttons for more settings.
Advanced Menu button
2
-Community:
Input the community name for
Advertisement and PJ Talk. If the
community name for Advertisement is
changed, the one for PJ Talk will also be
changed. Only four alphanumeric
characters can be input. The factory
default setting is “SONY.” It is
recommended that the community name
be changed from the factory setting to
avoid unnecessary access to the
projector from other computers.
-Port No.:
Input the transmit port of
Advertisement. The factory default
setting is “53862.”
-Interval:
Input the transmission interval (minutes)
of Advertisement. The factory default
setting is “30.”
-Broadcast Address:
Input the destination of data via
Advertisement. If nothing is input, the
data will be broadcast in the same
subnetwork.
(b)Set PJ Talk.
(a)Set Advertisement.
PJ Talk Service setting area
Advertisement Service
setting area
PJ Talk button
Advertisement button
Start Advertisement Service:
Set Advertisement to enabled or
disabled. Items for Advertisement are
enabled only when this function is
enabled. The function is disabled at the
factory default.
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Using Network Features
Start PJ Talk Service:
Set PJ Talk to enabled or disabled. Items
for PJ Talk are enabled only when this
function is enabled. The function is
disabled at the factory default.
-Community:
Input the community name of
Advertisement and PJ Talk. If the
community name for PJ Talk is changed,
the one for Advertisement will also be
changed. Only four alphanumeric
characters can be input. The factory
default setting is “SONY.” It is
recommended that the community name
be changed from the factory setting to
avoid unnecessary access to the
projector from other computers.
-Port No.:
Input the server port of PJ Talk. The
factory default setting is “53484.”
-Timeout:
Input the time (minutes) until PJ Talk
communication is terminated in the case
that it is disconnected. The factory
default setting is “30.”
-Host Address:
Input the IP address that the PJ Talk
server is allowed to receive. If no IP
address is input, receiving commands
will be allowed from any IP address.
From the moment the IP address is input,
access will be allowed only from that
input IP address. For security reasons, it
is recommended to input an IP address
to restrict access.
Start PJ Link Service:
Set PJ Link to enabled or disabled. Items
for PJ Link are enabled only when this
function is enabled. This function is
disabled at the factory setting.
-Requires Authentication:
Set the authentication for PJ Link to
enabled or disabled.
-Password:
Input the authentication password for PJ
Link. For the factory default password,
refer to the PJ Link specifications.
(c)Set PJ Link.
Service button
System service setting area
Start DDDP Service:
Set DDDP to enabled or disabled. For
details, refer to the DDDP specifications
in the reference from AMX Corporation.
The function is disabled at the factory
default.
Crestron Control:
For details, refer to the specifications in
product catalogues, etc., from Crestron
Corporation.
-IP Address:
Input the Crestron system server.
-IP ID:
Input the IP ID for the CIP protocol.
-Port No.:
Input the port number for the CIP
protocol server.
Network
PJ Link Service setting area
(d)Set the system service.
PJ Link button
Using Network Features
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(e)Reset the network settings.
Reset button
Reset
Reset:
Reset all Web browser settings to their
factory defaults.
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Using Network Features
B Presentation Function via Network
Using Presentation Function via Network
The Presentation Function via Network enables you to do the following:
• Connect a maximum of eight computers to the projector.
• Project images from a maximum of four computers simultaneously.
• Connecting a USB wireless LAN module (not supplied) to the projector as an access point,
allows the projector to connect to up to seven computers simultaneously.
Presentation Function via Network requires installation of Projector Station for Network
Presentation (supplied CD-ROM). For information on updates of Projector Station for Network
Presentation, visit Sony’s web site: https://www.servicesplus.sel.sony.com/
System requirements for using the application are as follows.
OS
Windows XP: Home/Professional
Windows Vista: Home Premium/Business/Ultimate/Enterprise
Windows 7: Home Premium/Professional (Recommended)/Ultimate/Enterprise
Windows 8/8.1
Mac OS X: 10.6.x/10.7.x/10.8.x/10.9.x
CPU
Pentium4 2.8GHz or faster
Notes
•
•
•
•
•
To install the application, administrative rights are required.
If you do not have administrative rights, the application may not run properly.
If firewall or security software is installed, the application may not run properly.
Depending on the type of network adapter, the application may not run properly.
Movie player (Media Player, etc.) images may not be projected properly.
Installing Projector Station
for Network Presentation
Close all running applications.
3
Open the CD-ROM.
Follow the on-screen instructions to
install the software.
Connect the projector to a network.
For a wired connection, connect the
projector by a LAN cable, then make the
network settings. For details, see “LAN
Settings” (page 31) or “Setting the LAN
Network of the projector” (page 40).
For a wireless connection, see “LAN
connector” (page 10) or “USB
connector (Type A) (
)” (page 11).
Also check “WLAN Settings”
(page 31).
Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the
CD-ROM drive of the computer.
For Windows:
Double-click the .exe file. When the
message “User Account Control” is
displayed, click “Allow” or “Yes.”
For Mac:
Double-click the .pkg file.
4
1
2
Turn on the projector.
Presentation Function via Network
1
2
Starting Projector Station for
Network Presentation
Select “Network” as the input source
(page 17).
Using Presentation Function via Network
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3
Start Projector Station for Network
Presentation.
Network connection window
For Windows:
Select [Start]-[All Programs]-[Projector
Station for Network Presentation] on the
computer.
For Mac:
Double-click [Projector Station for
Network Presentation] in Applications
folder.
Projecting an Image
After starting Projector Station for Network
Presentation, the connection method
selection window appears.
1
Wireless direct connection window
Select the connection method.
Select “Network connection” or
“Wireless direct connection” depending
on your use environment.
Network connection: Select this item
when the projector uses LAN or
“WLAN Network” is set to “Client”
on the Connection/Power menu.
Wireless direct connection: Select this
item when “WLAN Network” is set to
“Access Pt. (Auto)” or “Access Pt.
(Manual)” on the Connection/Power
menu of the projector.
For Windows:
Connection method selection window
Notes
• The appearance of the application on the
screen is subject to change without notice.
• When a projector is connected to a network
via a wireless connection, if the “SSID” is
changed from the factory default, it may not
be found.
• When a projector is connected to a network
via a wired connection, depending on the
network environment, it may not be found.
2
Set the projector an image will be
projected to.
a) Network connection
Select or directory input the IP address
of the projector that the computer is
connected to. If the Connection CODE
function is activated, input the four digit
Connection CODE that is displayed on
the right bottom area of the screen.
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Using Presentation Function via Network
b) Wireless direct connection
Select or directory input the SSID of the
projector that the computer is connected
to. If the “WLAN settings” is set to
“Access Pt.(Auto)” and “Auto” has been
checked, you can skip inputting the
wireless password.
3
Click “Connect”.
If other users are projecting an image,
the controller appears on the screen.
Click the
to start projecting an
image (page 49).
If no users are projecting an image, the
controller appears on the screen and
starts projecting an image.
Item
Connect
Item descriptions
Connect to the projector that
is set in the items above and
start to project an image.
Using the Controller
For Windows:
Network
Presentation
CODE: 1234
User 000001
Note
Display related settings (such as your
computer’s resolution) change when the
application is started.
Connection Settings
Item
IP Address
SSID
Security
Method
Wireless
Password
Auto
(checkbox)
CODE
For Mac:
CODE: 1234
User64
1
Items
Functions
Start projecting an image.
Pause projecting an image.
Stop projecting an image
(screen turns black).
Change the application
settings.
Disconnect from the
projector.
Select a projection method
then start projecting an
image.
Using Presentation Function via Network
Presentation Function via Network
Update
button
Item descriptions
Input the IP Address.
List the IP addresses of the
projectors on the network
and IP addresses of
projectors connected so far,
as candidates.
Input SSID.
List the peripheral SSIDs
and SSIDs of projectors
connected to the computer
so far, as candidates.
Search the network again
and update the candidate list
of the projectors.
Displays the security method
of the input SSID.
Input the wireless password
of the SSID. If open system
Authentication is used, input
of the wireless password is
unnecessary.
Check this item when the
“WLAN settings” is set to
“Access Pt.(Auto)”.
Input the Connection CODE
displayed on the screen of
the projector.
8
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Items
Projection
method
CODE
Functions
Not projecting an image.
Project in full screen.
Project in the left half of
the screen.
Project in the right half of
the screen.
Project in the upper left
quadrant of the screen.
Project in the upper right
quadrant of the screen.
Project in the lower left
quadrant of the screen.
Project in the lower right
quadrant of the screen.
Display the strength of the
wireless signal.
Display the Connection
CODE of the projector
that is connected to the
computer.
Display the number of
users connected to the
projector.
Display the users’ status.
Displaying Images or Files
Sent from a Tablet PC/
Smartphone
You can project JPEG images, PDF files, etc.
stored in a tablet PC/smartphone wirelessly
by using a specific application.*1
For downloading*2 or detailed method of
using the application, access the following
URL.
http://PWPresenter.pixelworks.com
*1: To use the application, one of the following
conditions is required.
• Connected to network where wireless
connection can be established (page 10).
• Connected to a wireless network via USB
wireless LAN module IFU-WLM3 (not
supplied) that is connected to the
projector (page 11).
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Using Presentation Function via Network
*2: Depending on your Internet connection, a
data communication fee may apply.
B Playing Video and Audio using USB Connection
Playing Video and Audio using USB
Connection
OS
Windows XP: Home/Professional
Windows Vista: Home Premium/Business/Ultimate/Enterprise
Windows 7: Home Premium/Professional (Recommended)/Ultimate/Enterprise
Windows 8/8.1
Mac OS X: 10.6.x/10.7.x/10.8.x/10.9.x
CPU
Pentium4 2.8GHz or faster
Starting USB Display
1
Connecting the projector and your computer with a USB A-B cable (not supplied)
(page 10).
2
Turn on the projector.
Playing Video and Audio using USB Connection
You can also play video and audio simply by connecting the projector and computer with a
USB A-B cable (not supplied).
Playing video and audio using USB connection requires to start USB Display.
System requirements for using the application are as follows.
Select “Type B USB” as the input source (page 17). After a short time, the projector is
recognized as a CD-ROM drive in the computer.
3
Open “USB Display” in the CD-ROM drive.
Notes
• The resolution of your computer changes when the application is started.
• Depending of the computer’s setting, the application may start automatically.
• When you are finished using the projector, you can simply disconnect the USB cable without using
the Safely Remove Hardware option.
• Movie player (Media Player, etc.) images may not be projected properly.
Playing Video and Audio
After starting USB Display, the controller
appears on the screen, and projection
playback starts automatically.
Using the Controller
For Windows:
USB Display
Playing Video and Audio using USB Connection
51
For Mac:
Items
Functions
Start audio/video
playback.
Pause audio/video
playback.
Stop audio/video playback
(the screen turns black).
Display information about
USB Display.
52
Playing Video and Audio using USB Connection
B Others
Indicators
The indicators allow checking the status and notify you of abnormal operation of the projector.
If the projector exhibits abnormal status, address the problem in accordance with the table
below.
ON/STANDBY indicator
Meaning/Remedies
Lights in red
The projector is in Standby mode.
Flashes in green
• The projector is ready to operate after having been turned on.
• The lamp cools after the projector is turned off.
Lights in green
The projector’s power is on.
Lights in orange
The projector is in With No Input (Lamp Cutoff) or when the Speaker
Setting is set to “Always On.”
Flashes in red
The projector is in abnormal status. Symptoms are indicated by
number of flashes. Address the problem in accordance with the
following. If the symptom is shown again, consult with qualified Sony
personnel.
Flashes twice
The internal temperature is unusually high. Check the items below.
• Check if nothing is blocking the ventilation holes. (pages 4, 4)
• Check if the air filter is not clogged. (page 60)
• Check if the Installation Attitude in the Installation menu is set
correctly. (page 34)
Flashes six times
Unplug the AC power cord from a wall outlet. After checking that the
ON/STANDBY indicator goes out, plug the power cord to a wall
outlet again then turn on the projector.
Other number of
flashes
Consult with qualified Sony personnel.
Others
Status
LAMP/COVER indicator
Status
Meaning/Remedies
Flashes in red
Symptoms are indicated by number of flashes. Address the problem in
accordance with the following.
Flashes twice
The lamp cover is not attached securely. (page 58)
Flashes three times The temperature of the lamp is unusually high. Turn off the projector
and turn it on again after the lamp has cooled. If the same symptom
occurs, turn off the projector again and remove the lamp (page 58),
then check if the lamp is not broken.
If the lamp is not broken, reattach the lamp and turn on the projector
again.
If the symptom occurs again, the lamp may be exhausted. In this case,
replace the lamp with a new one (page 58).
If the lamp is broken, do not exchange the lamp by yourself. Consult a
qualified Sony consultant.
Indicators
53
Messages List
When any of the messages listed below appears on the projected image, address the problem in
accordance with the table below.
Messages
Meaning/Remedy
High temp.! Lamp off in Check the items below.
1 min.
• Check if nothing is blocking the ventilation holes.
• Check if the air filter is not clogged.
• Check if the Installation Attitude in the Installation menu is
set correctly.
54
Page
4, 34,
60
Frequency is out of
range!
Change the output setting of the connected equipment to one
for signals supported by the projector.
66
Please check Input-A
Signal Sel.
Set “Input-A Signal Sel.” to “Auto” or select the input signal
type to suit to the input signal.
31
Please clean the filter.
Clean the air filter.
60
Please replace the Lamp Replace the lamp with a new one and clean the air filter. The
and clean the Filter.
message appears whenever you turn on the power until you
replace the lamp and reset the lamp timer.
58, 60
Projector temperature is
high. High Altitude
Mode should be “On” if
Projector is being used
at high altitude.
When not using the projector at an altitude of 1,500 m or
higher, check the items below.
• Check if nothing is blocking the ventilation holes.
• Check if the air filter is not clogged.
• Check if Installation Attitude in the Installation menu is set
correctly.
4, 34,
60
Not applicable!
Invalid key was pressed.
–
The control keys are
locked!
“Control Key Lock” is set to “On.”
30
Projector lamp will cut The ?/1 key was pressed and the projector lamp will be cut off
soon. To cancel lamp cut off, press the ?/1 key again (the
off soon.
Press ?/1 key to restart. projector will return to the on status). To cut off the lamp
immediately, press and hold the ?/1 key for several seconds.
23
Lamp Dimming
Reduces lamp output when “With Static Signal” is set. When
any change in signal is detected, or an operation (remote
control or control panel) is performed, normal brightness is
restored.
32
Unsupported USB
device.
Connect the designated USB device (USB wireless LAN
module IFU-WLM3 (not supplied)).
11
Unsupported USB hub.
The projector does not support USB hubs. Connect the
designated USB device (USB wireless LAN module IFUWLM3 (not supplied)).
11
Please check HDBaseT
Settings.
* VPL-CH375/CH355
only
Set “HDBaseT/LAN connector” depending on the HDBaseT/
LAN connection.
31
Messages List
Troubleshooting
Before asking to have the projector repaired, try to diagnose the problem, following the
instructions below.
Remedy
The power is not turned
on.
Check if the AC power cord is firmly connected.
–
When the “Control Key Lock” is set to “On,” you cannot turn
on the projector using the ?/1 key on the projector.
30
If the lamp or lamp cover is not attached securely, the projector
cannot be turned on.
58
Check if the connecting cable is connected to external
equipment firmly.
9
Check the computer signal is set for output to an external
monitor only. If you set your computer to output to both the
computer’s display and an external monitor, the external
monitor image may not be displayed properly. Set your
computer to output to only an external monitor.
17
No image.
Page
Check if the application “USB Display” or “Projector Station
for Network Presentation” is running.
Others
Symptoms
47, 51
Check if the input source is correctly selected.
17
Check if the picture is muted by pressing the BLANK key.
7
The application “USB
Display” or “Projector
Station for Network
Presentation” does not
start.
Check if the computer connected to the projector meets the
system requirement for the applications.
47, 51
The computer cannot
connect to the projector.
• Check “LAN Settings” of the projector.
• Check the condition of the wireless connection.
31
On-screen display does
not appear.
The on-screen display does not appear when “Status” in the
Operation menu is set to “Off.”
30
The aspect ratio of the
display is not right/the
image is displayed
smaller /a portion of
image does not appear.
The image may not display correctly because the input signal 7, 26,
cannot be judged correctly. In this case, set “Aspect” manually. 28
The image is a
trapezoid.
The images become trapezoidal because of the projection
angle. In this case, you can correct the trapezoidal distortion,
using a Keystone feature.
7, 20,
34
When the “V Keystone” is set to “Manual,” the keystone
feature does not work automatically. Set “V Keystone” to
“Auto” or “Manual” to set manually.
7, 20,
34
7, 20,
When the projector is installed on an uneven surface, the
feature may not work properly. In this case, select “Manual” to 34
set “V Keystone” manually.
Troubleshooting
55
Symptoms
Remedy
Page
The image is dark/too
bright.
The settings for “Brightness,” “Contrast,” and “Lamp Mode”
affect brightness of the image. Check if the value is
appropriate.
25, 31
The image will be dark when the lamp is burnt out. Check
“Lamp Timer,” and replace the lamp with a new one if
necessary.
36, 58
The image becomes
darker or brighter.
The image is not clear.
32
During picture muting, the lamp is dimmed to reduce power
consumption.
32
When video signal is not input, the lamp is dimmed to reduce
power consumption.
–
When the lamp is dimmed for a long time, brightness may
increase temporarily, but this is not malfunction.
–
When the “Lamp Mode” is set to “Auto,” the luminance of the
lamp changes according to the input image.
31
Check if the projector is in focus.
18
The picture will not be clear if condensation has accumulated
on the lens. In this case, let the projector sit for about two
hours with the power on.
–
The image is noisy.
Check if the connecting cable is connected to the external
equipment properly.
9
No sound.
Check that the connecting cables between the projector and
external video or audio equipment are securely connected.
9
Check if the external audio equipment is set properly.
–
Audio is not output if “Speaker” is set to “Off.”
29
Audio is not output if audio muting is activated.
7
Check if the volume is not set to minimum.
7, 29
The remote commander
does not work.
Check if the batteries are installed correctly.
–
Check if the batteries are not exhausted.
–
The fan is noisy.
The sound from the fan is often greater than normal to cool the 31, 34
lamp, etc. in the following cases.
• “Lamp Mode” is set to “High.”
• The unit is used at a high altitude. “High Altitude Mode” is
set to “On.”
• The unit is used in the location where the temperature is high.
The image is distorted
by the HDBaseT
connection.
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“With Static Signal” is set to “On.”
Troubleshooting
If the ventilation holes are blocked, the internal temperature of
the projector rises and the fan noise becomes larger.
4
Confirm whether the unit’s AC power cord is grounded.
Use the STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) type LAN cable.
–
Symptoms
Remedy
Page
Change the input connector to project the image properly.
The image is not
projected properly when
the projector is
connected via the
HDBaseT connector and
the cables are inserted or
removed from other
connectors.
–
Others
Troubleshooting
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Replacing the Lamp
Replace the lamp with a new one if a message displayed on the projected image (pages 53, 54).
Use an LMP-C281/C250 projector lamp (not supplied) for replacement.
Caution
• The lamp remains hot after the projector is
turned off. If you touch the lamp, you may
burn your finger. When you replace the
lamp, wait for at least an hour after
turning off the projector for the lamp to
cool sufficiently.
• Do not allow any metallic or inflammable
objects into the lamp replacement slot after
removing the lamp, otherwise it may cause
electrical shock or fire. Do not put your
hands into the slot.
1
Turn off the projector, and disconnect
the AC power cord from a wall outlet.
2
When the lamp has cooled
sufficiently, open the lamp cover by
loosening 3 screws.
Notes
• If the lamp breaks, contact qualified
Sony personnel. Do not replace the lamp
yourself.
• When removing the lamp, be sure to pull it
out straight, by holding the designated
location. If you touch a part of the lamp other
than the designated location, you may be
burned or injured. If you pull out the lamp
while the projector is tilted, the pieces may
scatter if the lamp breaks any may cause
injury.
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Replacing the Lamp
You can remove the lamp cover for a
while when installing on the ceiling.
Take care to prevent the lamp cover from
falling down, as it is not fixed.
Do not apply pressure to the lamp cover
while it is open.
3
Loosen the 3 screws on the lamp (1)
then pull out the lamp by its grab (2).
Grab
7
Reset the lamp timer for notification of
the next replacement time.
Select “Lamp Timer Reset” on the SET
SETTING menu then press the ENTER
key. When a message appears, select
“Yes” to reset the lamp timer (page 29).
Caution
Insert the new lamp all the way in until
it is securely in place (1). Tighten the
3 screws (2).
5
Close the lamp cover and tighten the
3 screws.
Others
4
Disposal of the used lamp
For the customers in the USA
Lamp in this product contains mercury.
Disposal of these materials may be
regulated due to environmental
considerations. For disposal or
recycling information, please contact
your local authorities or the
Telecommunications Industry
Association (www.eiae.org).
Note
Be sure to install the lamp and Lamp cover
securely as it was. If not, the projector
cannot be turned on.
6
Connect the AC power cord to a wall
outlet and turn on the projector.
Replacing the Lamp
59
Cleaning the Air Filter
When a message appears on the projected image, clean the air filter (page 54).
If the dust cannot be removed from the air filter even after cleaning, replace the air filter with
a new one. For details on a new air filter, consult with qualified Sony personnel.
Caution
If you neglect to clean the air filter, dust may accumulate, clogging it. As a result, the
temperature may rise inside the unit, leading to a possible malfunction or fire.
1
2
Turn off the projector, and disconnect
the AC power cord from the AC outlet.
Draw out the air filter cover.
The air filter consists of 2 filters.
Upper filter: Black
Lower filter: Gray
Air filter cover
4
Attach the air filter cover to the unit.
Note
Be sure to attach the air filter cover firmly.
Incorrect attachment of the cover may
cause a malfunction.
Note
If you remove the air filter cover when
power is turned on and the AC power cord
is not removed from the AC outlet, avoid
touching the fan inside the unit, as it may
cause injury.
3
Clean the air filter with a vacuum
cleaner.
Remove the filter holder to remove the
air filter.
Claws
Filter
holder
Air
filter
60
Cleaning the Air Filter
Specifications
Items
Descriptions
Model
VPL-CH375/CH370/CH355/CH350
Projection system
Display device
0.64-inch (16.3 mm), 3 plate, Aspect ratio 16:10
Effective picture
elements
6,912,000 pixels (1920 × 1200 pixels, 3 plate panels)
Focus
Manual
Zoom
Manual
Light source
Others
Projection lens
3 LCD system
Effective display
size
VPL-CH375/CH370: 280 W
VPL-CH355/CH350: 250 W
Projected image
size
40 inches to 300 inches (1.02 m to 7.62 m)
Luminous flux
(Brightness)
VPL-CH375/CH370: 5000 lm
VPL-CH355/CH350: 4000 lm
(when “Lamp Mode” is set to “High”)
Speaker
12 W × 1 (monaural)
Applicable
scanning
frequency*1
Horizontal: 19 kHz to 92 kHz, Vertical: 48 Hz to 92 Hz
Resolution
When a computer Maximum display resolution: 1920 × 1200 pixels
signal is input
Panel display resolution: 1920 × 1200 pixels
When a video
signal is input
Color system
NTSC, PAL, SECAM, 480/60i, 576/50i, 480/60p,
576/50p, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i,
1080/24p
NTSC3.58, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, PAL-N,
PAL60
Specifications
61
Items
Descriptions
Model
INPUT OUTPUT
(Computer/video)
VPL-CH375/CH370/CH355/CH350
INPUT A
RGB/YPBPR input connector: Mini D-sub 15 pin
female, G with sync/Y: 1 Vp-p ± 2 dB, sync negative,
75 ohms terminated, RGB/PBPR: 0.7 Vp-p ± 2 dB, 75
ohms terminated, Sync signal: TTL level high
impedance, positive/negative
Audio input connector: Stereo mini jack, rated input
500 mVrms, input impedance more than 47 kohms
INPUT B/
INPUT C
HDMI input connector: HDMI 19-pin, HDCP support,
Audio input connector: HDMI audio support
S VIDEO IN
S video input connector: Mini DIN 4-pin, Y: 1 Vp-p
± 2 dB, sync negative, 75 ohmes terminated, C: (burst
signal) 0.286 (NTSC)/0.3 (PAL/SECAM) Vp-p ± 2 dB,
75 ohms terminated
Audio input connector: Phono jack × 2, rated input
500 mVrms, Input impedance more than 47 kohms
VIDEO IN
Video input connector: Phono jack, 1 Vp-p ± 2 dB,
sync negative, 75 ohmes terminated
Audio input connector: Shared with S VIDEO IN
OUTPUT
MONITOR output connector: Mini D-sub 15-pin
female, G with sync/Y: 1 Vp-p ± 2 dB, sync negative,
75 ohms terminated, RGB/PBPR: 0.7 Vp-p ± 2 dB,
75 ohms terminated, Sync signal: HD, VD 4 V (open),
1 Vp-p (75 ohms), positive/negative
Audio output connector: Stereo mini jack, stereo,
1 Vrms (maximum volume, when inputting 500 mVrms),
output impedance 5 kohms
Others connector
RS-232C connector: D-Sub 9 pin female
INPUT D
62
HDBaseT*4/LAN connector: RJ45, HDBaseT/
100BASE-TX
HDBaseT transmittable signal: HDMI (Video, Audio),
RS-232C, Ethernet
HDBaseT LAN cable: STP type (CAT5e or higher,
straight, not supplied), Maximum length: 100 m
Operating
temperature/
Operating
humidity
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)/20% to 80% (no
condensation)
Storage
temperature/
Storage humidity
–10 °C to +60 °C (14 °F to 140 °F)/20% to 80% (no
condensation)
Power
requirements
VPL-CH350/CH355:
100 V to 240 V AC, 3.6 A-1.6 A, 50/60 Hz
VPL-CH370/CH375:
100 V to 240 V AC, 3.9 A-1.7 A, 50/60 Hz
Power
consumption
VPL-CH350/CH355:
100 V AC: 353 W
220 V AC: 334 W
VPL-CH370/CH375:
100 V AC: 388 W
220 V AC: 367 W
Specifications
Descriptions
Model
VPL-CH375/CH370/CH355/CH350
Standby power
VPL-CH370:
100 V AC: 4.7 W/0.3 W
240 V AC: 4.9 W/0.5 W
VPL-CH375:
100 V AC: 6.1 W/0.3 W
240 V AC: 6.2 W/0.5 W
VPL-CH350:
100 V AC: 4.7 W/0.5 W
240 V AC: 4.9 W/0.5 W
VPL-CH355:
100 V AC: 6.1 W/0.5 W
240 V AC: 6.2 W/0.5 W
Heat dissipation
VPL-CH350/CH355:
100 V AC: 1,204 BTU/h
220 V AC: 1,139 BTU/h
VPL-CH370/CH375:
100 V AC: 1,323 BTU/h
220 V AC: 1,252 BTU/h
Standard
dimensions
(W/H/D)
Approx. 406 × 122.3 × 330.5 mm (15 31/32 × 4 13/16 ×
13 inches)
Approx. 406 × 113 × 330.5 mm (15 31/32 × 4 7/16 ×
13 inches) (without projecting parts)
Others
Items
Mass
Approx. 5.7 kg (12 lb 5 1/2 oz)
Supplied
accessories
See “Checking the Supplied Accessories” in the supplied
Quick Reference Manual.
Optional
accessories*2 *3
Projector Lamp LMP-C250 (for replacement)
Projector Lamp LMP-C281 (for replacement)
Notes
*1: For details, refer to “Acceptable Input Signals” on page 66.
*2: Information on accessories in this manual is current as of Aug. 2014.
*3: Not all optional accessories are available in all countries and area. Please check with your local
Sony Authorized Dealer.
*4: VPL-CH375/CH355 only
Design and specifications of the unit, including the optional accessories, are subject to change
without notice.
Specifications
63
Pin assignment
HDMI connector (HDMI, female)
19
1
18
64
RGB input connector (Mini D-sub
15-pin, female)
2
1
T.M.D.S.
Data2+
11
T.M.D.S.
Clock Shield
2
T.M.D.S.
Data2 Shield
12
T.M.D.S.
Clock –
1
Video input
(red) R
9
Power supply
input for DDC
3
T.M.D.S.
Data2 –
13
N.C.
2
Video input
(green) G
10
GND
4
T.M.D.S.
Data1+
14
RESERVED
(N.C.)
3
Video input
(blue) B
11
GND
5
T.M.D.S.
Data1 Shield
15
SCL
4
GND
12
DDC/SDA
5
RESERVE
13
Horizontal sync
signal
6
GND (R)
14
Vertical sync
signal
7
GND (G)
15
DDC/SCL
8
GND (B)
6
T.M.D.S.
Data1 –
16
SDA
7
T.M.D.S.
Data0+
17
DDC GND
8
T.M.D.S.
Data0 Shield
18
+5V Power
9
T.M.D.S.
Data0 –
19
Hot Plug
Detect
10
T.M.D.S.
Clock+
Specifications
RS-232C connector (D-Sub 9-pin,
male)
1
5
6
9
1
NC
6
NC
2
RXDA
7
RTS
3
TXDA
8
CTS
4
DTR
9
NC
5
GND
USB connector (Type A, female)
1
VBUS (4.4 - 5.25 V)
2
Data–
3
Data+
4
Ground
Others
USB connector (Type B, female)
1
VCC (+5 V)
2
Data–
3
Data+
4
Ground
Specifications
65
Acceptable Input Signals*1
Resolution
Computer signal
Resolution
640 × 350
640 × 400
640 × 480
800 × 600
832 × 624
1024 × 768
1152 × 864
1152 × 900
66
fH[kHz]/
fV[Hz]
Input connector
RGB/
YPBPR
31.5/70
z
37.9/85
z
31.5/70
z
37.9/85
z
31.5/60
z
35.0/67
z
37.9/73
z
37.5/75
z
43.3/85
z
35.2/56
z
37.9/60
z
48.1/72
z
z
53.7/85
z
z
56.5/70
z
60.0/75
z
68.7/85
z
64.0/70
z
77.5/85
z
61.8/66
z
1280 × 960
60.0/60
1280 × 1024
64.0/60
z
80.0/75
z
91.1/85
z
z
z
z
z
49.7/60
z
z
z*5
z*5
1600 × 900
60.0/60
z*5
z*5
INPUT B/
Signal fV[Hz] VIDEO/
S VIDEO INPUT A*4 INPUT C/
INPUT D
60
z
–
–
50
z
–
–
480i
60
–
z
z
576i
50
–
z
z
480p
60
–
z
z
576p
50
–
z
z
1080i
60
–
z
z
1080i
50
–
z
z
720p
60
–
z
z
720p
50
–
z
z
1080p
60
–
–
z
1080p
50
–
–
z
1080p
24
–
–
z
Notes
z
65.3/60
1600 × 1200
75.0/60
1280 × 768
47.8/60
1280 × 720
45.0/60
1920 × 1080
67.5/60
1366 × 768
47.7/60
z
z
1440 × 900
55.9/60
z
z
Specifications
65.3/60
74.0/60
PAL/
1400 × 1050
z
z
z
z
HDMI
1280 × 800
SECAM
z
z
RGB/
YPBPR
Input connector
z
z
67.5/75
fV[Hz]
Video signal
z
48.4/60
Input connector
1920 × 1200
NTSC
46.9/75
49.7/75
HDMI
1680 × 1050
fH[kHz]/
z*5
z*3
*1: • When a signal other than the signals listed
in table is input, the picture may not be
displayed properly.
• An input signal meant for screen
resolution different from that of the panel
will not be displayed in its original
resolution. Text and lines may be uneven.
*2: This is identified as a movie delivery signal
of 720/60p.
*3: This is identified as a movie delivery signal
of 1080/60p.
*4: Only G with sync/Y is supported.
*5: Only VESA Reduced Blanking is
supported.
Projection Distance and Lens Shift Range
The following describes the projection distance and height from lens center to bottom of screen
by each projected screen size.
The projection distance is the distance between the front of the lens and the surface of the
projected image.
Height H is the height from the bottom of the projected image (top for ceiling mount) to A
(determined by drawing a perpendicular line from lens center to projected image surface). For
this unit, the same projection distance calculations apply to both floor and ceiling installation.
Projection distance L
Height H from
lens center to
bottom of screen
Projected
image
Others
Floor Installation/Ceiling Installation (Top side parallel to ceiling)
Front of the lens
A
Height H from
lens center to
top of screen
Front of the lens
A
Top side
Projected
image
Projection distance L
Projection Distance and Lens Shift Range
67
The lens shift range represents the distance in percent (%) by which the lens can be shifted from
the initial position of the projected image, with full width or full height of the projected image
regarded as 100%.
Projected image
Lens shift range
Center of the
projected
50%
image
VSUP
HSL
Center of the
image
HSR
Center of the lens
50%
VSDN
Projected
image
Shaded region: Lens shift range
Side of the projector
Projected image
50%
Lens shift range
Center of the
projected
image
Center of the lens
50%
Top of the projector
VSUP: Vertical lens shift range (up) [%]
VSDN: Vertical lens shift range (down) [%]
HSR: Horizontal lens shift range (right) [%]
HSL: Horizontal lens shift range (left) [%]
Projection distance/Projection distance formula
Projection distance
Unit: m (inches)
Projected image size
Projection Distance L
Diagonal D
Width × Height
80 inch (2.03m)
1.72 × 1.08
(68 × 42)
2.15 × 1.35
(85 × 53)
2.58 × 1.62
(102 × 64)
3.23 × 2.02
(127 × 79)
4.31 × 2.69
(170 × 106)
100 inch (2.54m)
120 inch (3.05m)
150 inch (3.81m)
200 inch (5.08m)
2.59 – 3.83
(102 – 150)
3.24 – 4.80
(128 – 189)
3.90 – 5.77
(154 – 227)
4.89 – 7.22
(193 – 284)
6.53 – 9.65
(258 – 380)
Projection distance formula
D: Projected image size (Diagonal)
68
Projection Distance and Lens Shift Range
Height H from lens center to
bottom of screen
Projection
Distance L
0.09 (4)
Projection
Distance L
0.09 (4)
0.11 (4)
0.11 (4)
0.13 (5)
0.13 (5)
0.17 (7)
0.17 (7)
0.22 (9)
0.22 (9)
H: Distance between the bottom edge of the image and the center of the lens
Expression#1 (Projection distance L)
Unit: m (inches)
Minimum Projection Distance L
Maximum Projection Distance L
L=0.032886 × D-0.0487
(L=1.294738 × D-1.9185)
L=0.048506 × D-0.0485
(L=1.909676 × D-1.9097)
Expression#2 (Height H from center of lens to edge of screen)
Unit: m (inches)
Minimum Projection Distance L
Maximum Projection Distance L
H=0.00112 × D+0.00000
(H=0.04417 × D+0.00000)
H=0.00112 × D+0.00000
(H=0.04417 × D+0.00000)
Others
Height H from lens center to bottom of screen
Lens shift range
5%
4%
4%
5%
VSUP=VSDN=5[%]
HSR=HSL=4[%]
Projection Distance and Lens Shift Range
69
Dimensions
Front
Center of the lens
406.0 (15 31/32)
63.0 (2 15/32)
104.5 (4 1/8)
Unit: mm (inches)
Side
122.3 (4 13/16)
113.0 (4 7/16)
330.5 (13)
Unit: mm (inches)
70
Dimensions
Edge of the lens
88.4 (3 15/32)
278.5 (10 31/32)
13.9 (9/16)
104.5 (4 1/8)
46.1 (1 13/16)
18.4 (23/32)
199.5 (7 27/32)
102.7 (4 1/32)
Others
23 (29/32)
45.3 (1 25/32)
138.5 (5 7/16)
19.0 (3/4)
368.0 (14 1/2)
36.5 (1 7/16)
Center of the lens
4.7 (3/16)
Bottom
203.1 (8)
Unit: mm (inches)
Dimensions
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CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY,
RELIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE.
NO ORAL OR WRITTEN
INFORMATION OR ADVICE GIVEN BY
SONY OR AN AUTHORIZED
REPRESENTATIVE OF SONY SHALL
CREATE A WARRANTY, DUTY OR
CONDITION OR IN ANY WAY
INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THIS
WARRANTY. SHOULD THE SOFTWARE
PROVE DEFECTIVE YOU ASSUME THE
ENTIRE COST OF ALL NECESSARY
SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION.
SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT
ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, SO THESE
EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO
YOU.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
SONY AND EACH OF THE THIRDPARTY SUPPLIERS (for purposes of this
Section, SONY and each of the THIRDPARTY SUPPLIERS shall be collectively
referred to as “SONY”) SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR
BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED WARRANTY, BREACH OF
CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT
LIABILITY OR UNDER ANY OTHER
CONSENT TO USE OF NONPERSONAL INFORMATION,
LOCATION DATA, DATA SECURITY
You acknowledge and agree that SONY and
its affiliates, partners and agents may read,
collect, transfer, process and store certain
information collected from the
SOFTWARE, including but not limited to
information about (i) the SOFTWARE and
(ii) the software applications, contents and
peripheral devices that interact with your
DEVICE and the SOFTWARE
(“Information”). Information includes, but is
not limited to: (1) unique identifiers relating
to your DEVICE and its components; (2)
performance of the DEVICE, the
SOFTWARE and their components; (3)
configurations of your DEVICE, the
SOFTWARE and the software applications,
contents and peripheral devices that interact
with the DEVICE and the SOFTWARE; (4)
use and frequency of use of the functions of
(x) the SOFTWARE, and (y) the software
applications, contents and peripheral devices
that interact with the SOFTWARE; and (5)
location data, as indicated below. SONY and
its affiliates, partners and agents may use
and disclose Information subject to
applicable laws in order to improve its
products and services or to provide products
or services to you. Such uses include, but are
not limited to: (a) administering the
functionalities of the SOFTWARE; (b) to
improve, service, update or upgrade the
SOFTWARE; (c) improving, developing and
enhancing the current and future products
and services of SONY and other parties; (d)
to provide you with information about the
products and services offered by SONY and
other parties; (e) complying with applicable
laws or regulations; and (f) to the extent
offered, providing you with location-based
services of SONY and other parties, as
indicated below. In addition, SONY retains
the right to use Information to protect itself
and third parties from illegal, criminal or
harmful conduct.
Others
LEGAL THEORY RELATED TO THE
SOFTWARE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, ANY DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF
REVENUE, LOSS OF DATA, LOSS OF
USE OF THE SOFTWARE OR ANY
ASSOCIATED HARDWARE, DOWN
TIME AND USER’S TIME, EVEN IF ANY
OF THEM HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES. IN ANY CASE, EACH AND
ALL OF THEIR AGGREGATE
LIABILITY UNDER ANY PROVISION
OF THIS EULA SHALL BE LIMITED TO
THE AMOUNT ACTUALLY PAID FOR
THE PRODUCT. SOME JURISDICTIONS
DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE
ABOVE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION
MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
Certain services available through the
SOFTWARE may rely upon location
information, including, but not limited to,
the geographic location of the DEVICE. You
acknowledge that for the purpose of
providing such services, SONY, the THIRDPARTY SUPPLIERS or their partners may
collect, archive, process and use such
location data, and that such services are
governed by the privacy policies of SONY or
such third party. By using any such services,
you agree that you have reviewed the privacy
policies applicable to such services and
consent to such activities.
SONY, its affiliates, partners and agents will
not intentionally use Information to
personally identify the owner or user of the
SOFTWARE without your knowledge or
consent. Any use of Information will be in
accordance with the privacy policies of
SONY or such third party. Please contact
applicable contact address of each area or
country for SONY’s current privacy policy.
Please contact applicable third parties for
privacy policies relating to personally
identifiable and other information you
provide when you use or access third party
software or services.
Information may be processed, stored or
transferred to SONY, its affiliates or agents
which are located in countries outside of
your country of residence. Data protection
and information privacy laws in certain
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countries may not offer the same level of
protection as your country of residence and
you may have fewer legal rights in relation to
Information processed and stored in, or
transferred to, such countries. SONY will
use reasonable efforts to take appropriate
technical and organizational steps to prevent
unauthorized access to or disclosure of
Information, but does not warrant it will
eliminate all risk of misuse of such
Information.
AUTOMATIC UPDATE FEATURE
From time to time, SONY or the THIRDPARTY SUPPLIERS may automatically
update or otherwise modify the
SOFTWARE, including, but not limited to,
for purposes of enhancement of security
functions, error correction and improvement
of functions, at such time as you interact
with SONY’s or third parties’ servers, or
otherwise. Such updates or modifications
may delete or change the nature of features
or other aspects of the SOFTWARE,
including, but not limited to, functions you
may rely upon. You acknowledge and agree
that such activities may occur at SONY’s
sole discretion and that SONY may
condition continued use of the SOFTWARE
upon your complete installation or
acceptance of such update or modifications.
Any updates/modifications shall be deemed
to be, and shall constitute part of, the
SOFTWARE for purposes of this EULA. By
acceptance of this EULA, you consent to
such update/modification.
ENTIRE AGREEMENT, WAIVER,
SEVERABILITY
This EULA and SONY’s privacy policy,
each as amended and modified from time to
time, together constitute the entire
agreement between you and SONY with
respect to the SOFTWARE. The failure of
SONY to exercise or enforce any right or
provision of this EULA shall not constitute a
waiver of such right or provision. If any part
of this EULA is held invalid, illegal, or
unenforceable, that provision shall be
enforced to the maximum extent permissible
so as to maintain the intent of this EULA,
and the other parts will remain in full force
and effect.
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GOVERNING LAW AND
JURISDICTION
The United Nations Convention on
Contracts for the International Sale of Goods
shall not apply to this EULA. This EULA
shall be governed by the laws of Japan,
without regards to conflict of laws
provisions. Any dispute arising out of this
EULA shall be subject to the exclusive
venue of the Tokyo District Court in Japan,
and the parties hereby consent to the venue
and jurisdiction of such courts.
EQUITABLE REMEDIES
Notwithstanding anything contained in this
EULA to the contrary, you acknowledge and
agree that any violation of or noncompliance with this EULA by you will
cause irreparable harm to SONY, for which
monetary damages would be inadequate,
and you consent to SONY obtaining any
injunctive or equitable relief that SONY
deems necessary or appropriate in such
circumstances. SONY may also take any
legal and technical remedies to prevent
violation of and/or to enforce this EULA,
including, but not limited to, immediate
termination of your use of the SOFTWARE,
if SONY believes in its sole discretion that
you are violating or intend to violate this
EULA. These remedies are in addition to
any other remedies SONY may have at law,
in equity or under contract.
TERMINATION
Without prejudice to any of its other rights,
SONY may terminate this EULA if you fail
to comply with any of its terms. In case of
such termination, you must: (i) cease all use,
and destroy any copies, of the SOFTWARE;
(ii) comply with the requirements in the
section below entitled “Your Account
Responsibilities”.
AMENDMENT
SONY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
AMEND ANY OF THE TERMS OF THIS
EULA AT ITS SOLE DISCRETION BY
POSTING NOTICE ON A SONY
DESIGNATED WEB SITE, BY EMAIL
NOTIFICATION TO AN EMAIL
ADDRESS PROVIDED BY YOU, BY
PROVIDING NOTICE AS PART OF THE
PROCESS IN WHICH YOU OBTAIN
UPGRADES/UPDATES OR BY ANY
OTHER LEGALLY RECOGNIZABLE
FORM OF NOTICE. If you do not agree to
the amendment, you should promptly
contact SONY for instructions. Your
continued use of the SOFTWARE after the
effective date of any such notice shall be
deemed your agreement to be bound by such
amendment.
Others
THIRD-PARTY BENEFICIARIES
Each THIRD-PARTY SUPPLIER is an
express intended third-party beneficiary of,
and shall have the right to enforce, each
provision of this EULA with respect to the
SOFTWARE of such party.
YOUR ACCOUNT RESPONSIBILITIES
Should you return your DEVICE to its place
of purchase, sell or otherwise transfer your
DEVICE, or if this EULA is terminated, you
are responsible for and must uninstall the
SOFTWARE from the DEVICE and delete
any and all accounts you may have
established on DEVICE or are accessible
through the SOFTWARE. You are solely
responsible for maintaining the
confidentiality of any accounts you have
with SONY OR third parties and any
usernames and passwords associated with
YOUR USE OF the DEVICE.
Should you have any questions concerning
this EULA, you may contact SONY by
writing to SONY at applicable contact
address of each area or country.
Copyright © 2012 Sony Corporation.
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Index
Gamma Mode ..........................................25
A
H
AC IN ........................................................ 6
Acceptable input signal ........................... 66
Adjust Signal ........................................... 26
Adjusting lens shift ................................. 19
Air filter ................................................... 60
Air filter cover/Ventilation holes
(intake) ............................................... 4
APA ........................................................... 7
Aspect ........................................... 7, 26, 28
H (Horizontal) .........................................26
H Keystone ..............................................34
HDBaseT connector ..................................5
High Altitude Mode .................................34
Hue ..........................................................25
I
BLANK ..................................................... 7
Brightness ............................................... 25
Image Flip ................................................34
Information menu ....................................36
Input ...........................................................5
Installation Attitude .................................34
Installation menu .....................................34
IR Receiver ..............................................30
C
K
CC Display .............................................. 29
Color ....................................................... 25
Color Matching ....................................... 34
Color Temp. ............................................ 25
Connecting a computer ............................. 9
Connecting a Video equipment ............... 11
Connecting an external monitor and audio
equipment ........................................ 16
Connector panel .................................... 4, 5
Constant Brightness ................................ 31
Contrast ................................................... 25
Control Key Lock .................................... 30
Control Panel Keys ................................... 7
Correcting trapezoidal distortion of the
projected image
(Keystone feature) ............................. 7
Keystone ....................................................7
B
D
Digital Zoom ............................................. 7
L
Lamp cover ................................................4
Lamp Timer .............................................36
Lamp Timer Reset ...................................29
LAMP/COVER indicator ....................4, 53
LAN connector ..........................................5
Language .................................................30
Lens shift cover ...................................4, 19
Location and function of controls ..............4
M
Main unit ...................................................4
Menu Position ..........................................30
Messages list ............................................54
Model Name ............................................36
MUTING ...................................................7
N
E
ECO MODE (Energy-saving mode) ......... 8
Network Features .....................................37
O
F
fH ............................................................ 36
Focus ....................................................... 18
Focus ring .................................................. 4
Freeze ........................................................ 7
Front feet (adjustable) ......................... 4, 20
fV ............................................................ 36
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G
Index
ON/STANDBY indicator ..........................4
Operation menu .......................................30
Output ........................................................6
P
Panel Alignment ......................................34
Phase, Pitch, Shift ....................................26
Picture menu ............................................25
Picture mode ............................................25
Pin assignment .........................................64
Projecting an image .................................17
Projection distance ..................................67
Projector Station for Network
Presentation .....................................47
With Static Signal ................................... 32
Z
Zoom lever ................................................ 4
R
Others
Remote commander ...................................7
Remote control detector ............................4
Replacing the lamp ..................................58
Reset ........................................................25
RS-232C ....................................................6
S
Security bar ...............................................4
Security Lock ......................................4, 30
Selecting an input signal ...........................7
Serial No. .................................................36
Sharpness .................................................25
Signal Type ..............................................36
Smart APA ...............................................29
Speaker ....................................................29
Specifications ..........................................61
Start Up Image ........................................29
Status .......................................................30
T
The Connection/Power Menu ..................31
The Function menu ..................................29
The Screen menu .....................................26
Troubleshooting .......................................55
Turn off ................................................7, 23
Turn on ................................................7, 17
U
USB Display ............................................51
Using a menu ...........................................24
Using the e-mail report Function ............39
V
V Keystone ....................................7, 20, 34
Ventilation holes ........................................4
Volume ......................................................7
W
Warping .............................................21, 34
With No Input ..........................................32
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About Trademarks
• Adobe and Adobe Acrobat are trademarks
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Kensington Technology Group.
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HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered
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Business Machine and Information
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Crestron Corporation.
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logo are trademarks of the HDBaseT
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