Owner's Manual DLP PROJECTOR Please read the safety information carefully before using this product. PH300 PH300W www.lg.com 2 LICENSES LICENSES Supported licenses may differ by model. For more information about licenses, visit www.lg.com. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi Corporation. This is an official DivX Certified® device that has passed rigorous testing to verify that it plays DivX video. Visit divx.com for more information and software tools to convert your files into DivX videos. ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified® device must be registered in order to play purchased DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies. To obtain your registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in your device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com for more information on how to complete your registration. DivX Certified® to play DivX® video up to HD 1080p, including premium content. DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its subsidiaries and are used under license. Covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents: 7,295,673; 7,460,668; 7,515,710; 7,519,274 The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries. LICENSES This device meets the EMC requirements for home appliances (Class B) and is intended for home usage. This device can be used in all regions. ￼ NOTE • Image shown may differ from your projector. • Your projector’s OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from that shown in this manual. 3 4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Please take note of safety instructions to prevent any potential accident or misuse of the product. • Safety precautions are given in two forms, i.e. WARNING and CAUTION. WARNING and CAUTION are understood to mean as follows: WARNING: Failure to follow the instructions may cause serious injury and even death CAUTION: Failure to follow the instructions may cause minor injury to people or damage to the product • Read the owner's manual carefully and keep it handy for future reference. WARNING/CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. WARNING/CAUTION -- TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Indoor Installation WARNING • Do not use the projector outside and do not expose the product to any humidity or water. --Since the product is not waterproof, this may result in a fire or electric shock. • Do not place the projector in direct sunlight or near heat sources such as radiators, fires, stoves, etc. --This may result in fire. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Do not place flammable materials such as aerosols near the projector. --This may result in fire. • Do not allow children to cling to or climb up to the projector. --This may cause the projector to fall, causing injury or death. • Do not install the product in a place with no ventilation (e.g., on a bookshelf or in a closet) or on a carpet or cushion. --This may result in fire due to the increase in internal temperature. • Do not place the product close to sources of steam, oil or oil mist, such as humidifiers and kitchen counters. --Failure to do so may result in fire, electric shock, or corrosion. • Do not install the product onto a wall or ceiling that is close to sources of oil or oil mist. --The product may be damaged and fall, resulting in serious injury. • Do not place the projector where it might be exposed to dust. --This may result in fire. • Do not use the projector in a damp place such as a bathroom where it is likely to get wet. --This may result in fire or electric shock. 5 • Do not allow a tablecloth or curtain to block the air vent. --This may result in fire due to the increase in the internal temperature. • Ensure good ventilation around the projector. The distance between the projector and the wall should be at least 30 cm. --This will prevent fire due to the increase in the internal temperature. CAUTION • When placing the projector on a table or shelf, be careful not to put it near the edge. --The projector could fall due to balance problems, which may cause personal injury or damage to the product. Make sure to use the projector cabinet or stand that fits the projector. • When moving the projector, make sure to switch it off and remove the power plug and cords. --The power cord may be damaged, resulting in fire or electric shock. • Do not place the projector on an unstable or vibrating surface such as a wobbly shelf or a slope. --It may fall and cause injury. 6 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Be careful not to tip the projector over when connecting external devices to the projector. --This may cause personal injury or damage to the projector. Power WARNING • The appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device. --Please make sure the device is installed near the wall outlet to which it is connected and that the outlet is easily accessible. • The grounding wire should be connected. --Ensure that you connect the grounding cable to avoid electric shock.If it is not possible to ground the unit, have a qualified electrician install a separate circuit breaker. Do not try to ground the projector by connecting it to telephone wires, lightning rods or gas pipes. • The power plug should be inserted fully into the power outlet. --An unstable connection may cause a fire. • Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. --This may result in fire or electric shock. • Never touch the power plug with wet hands. --This may result in electric shock. • Do not plug too many devices into one multi-power outlet. --This may result in fire due to the power outlet overheating. • Prevent dust from collecting on the power plug pins or outlet. --This may result in fire. • To turn off the main power, remove the power plug, which should be positioned so it is easy to access for operation. CAUTION • Hold the plug firmly when unplugging. --A damaged wire may create a fire hazard. • Ensure the power cord and plug are not damaged, modified, severely bent, twisted, pulled, sandwiched or hot. Do not use the product if the power outlet is loose. --This may result in fire or electric shock. • Keep the power cord away from heating devices. --The wire's sheath may melt, which may result in fire or electric shock. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Place the projector where people will not trip over or tread on the power cord to protect the power cord and plug from any damage. --This may result in fire or electric shock. • Do not turn the projector on or off by plugging in the power plug or unplugging it from the wall outlet. (Do not use the power plug as a switch.) --This may result in electric shock or damage to the product. • Do not insert a conductor into the other side of the wall outlet while the power plug is inserted into the wall outlet. In addition, do not touch the power plug immediately after it is disconnected from the wall outlet. --This may result in electric shock. • Only use the official power cord provided by LG Electronics. Do not use other power cords. --This may result in fire or electric shock. 7 When in Use WARNING • Do not place anything containing liquid on top of the projector such as a vase, flower pot, cup, cosmetics, or medicine; or ornaments, candles, etc. --This may result in fire or electric shock, or cause injury due to falling. • In the event that there is a heavy impact or the cabinet is damaged, switch it off, unplug it from the power outlet and contact an authorized service center. --This may result in electric shock. • Do not insert pieces of metal such as coins, hairpins or metal debris, nor flammable materials such as paper or matches into the projector. --This is to prevent electric shock or fire. • In the event that liquid or a foreign object falls into the projector, switch it off and unplug it from the power outlet and contact our service center. --This may result in fire or electric shock. • Make sure that a child does not swallow the batteries when you replace the old remote control batteries with new ones. Keep batteries out of reach of children. --If a child swallows a battery, consult a doctor immediately. 8 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Never open any cover on the projector. --There is a high risk of electric shock. • Do not look directly into the lens when the projector is in use. --The bright light may damage your eyes. • When the lamp is on or has just been turned off, avoid touching the air vent or lamp, because these will be very hot. • If there is a gas leak in the room with the projector, do not touch the projector or power outlet. Open the windows for ventilation. --Sparks may cause fire or burns. • Never touch the product or power cord during storms with thunder or lightning. --This may cause electric shock. • Do not use the projector near electronic devices that generate a strong magnetic field. • Keep the plastic film used for packaging the product out of the reach of children. --If not handled safely, it can cause suffocation. • Do not keep your hand on the projector for a long time when it is running. • When you play a game by connecting a game console to a projector, it is recommended that you maintain a distance of more than four times the diagonal length of the screen. --Make sure that the connecting cable is long enough. Otherwise, the product may fall causing personal injury or damage to the product. • Do not place the projector or its remote control with battery in an extremely high temperature environment. --This may result in fire. CAUTION • Do not place heavy objects on the projector. --It may fall down and cause personal injury. • Be careful not to allow any impact to the lens during transport. • Do not touch the lens of the projector. --The lens may be damaged. • Do not use any sharp tools on the projector, such as a knife or hammer, because this may damage the casing. • In the event that no image appears on the screen or no sound is heard, stop using the projector. Switch off the projector, unplug it from the power outlet and contact our service center. --This may result in fire or electric shock. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Do not drop anything onto the projector or allow anything to impact the projector. --This may cause personal injury or the projector to malfunction. • It is recommended that you maintain a distance of more than 5 - 7 times the diagonal length of the screen. --If you watch the screen at a close distance for a long time, your eye sight may become worse. • Do not block the light beam emitted from the projector using a book or other object. --Lengthy exposure to the projector beam may result in fire. In addition, the lens may be overheated and damaged by the reflected heat. • Do not start the projector with the volume turned up high. --High volume may damage hearing. • Do not use high voltage electrical equipment near the projector, (e.g. bug zapper). --This may result in product malfunction. 9 Cleaning WARNING • Do not spray water directly to the projector when cleaning. Do not allow water to get into the product or do not allow it to get wet. --This may result in fire or electric shock. • When there is smoke or a strange smell coming out from the projector or a foreign object falls into the projector, switch it off and unplug it from the power outlet and contact our service center. --Otherwise, this may result in fire or electric shock. • Use an air spray or soft cloth or cotton swab moistened with a lens cleaning chemical or alcohol to remove dust or stains from the front projection lens. CAUTION • Contact the sales representative or service center for internal cleaning of the projector about once a year. -- If you do not clean the projector, dust will accumulate inside and may create a fire hazard or malfunction. 10 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • When cleaning plastic parts, such as the projector case, disconnect the product from the power first and wipe with a soft cloth. Do not spray with water or wipe with a wet cloth. Never use glass cleaner, automobile or industrial shiner, abrasives or wax, benzene, alcohol, etc. when cleaning plastic parts, such as the projector case as they can damage the product. --This may also create a fire hazard, result in electric shock or product damage (deformation, corrosion or breakage). • Remove the plug from the outlet before cleaning the product. --Otherwise, this may result in electric shock. Others WARNING • When you go out, place the projector out of reach of animals, and remove the power plug from the wall outlet. --Using a damaged power cord may result in short circuit or fire. • Do not use the projector near high-precision electronic devices or those that transmit weak radio signal. --This may affect the operation of the product, causing an accident. • Only a qualified technician can disassemble or modify the projector. For diagnosis, adjustment, or repair, contact your seller or our service center. --This may result in fire or electric shock. • Do not stare directly into lens when in operation, eye damage can occur. • No user serviceable parts inside unit. High voltage parts can cause shock and even electrocution. • Proper ventilation required, do not block airflow around unit. Doing so can cause injury and internal overheating. • To prevent damage to lamp, unit must remain plugged in for approximately 3 minutes after power down to allow for proper cool down (not applicable on LED models). • Do not touch the lens; doing so can result in burns or damage to lens. Lens and unit may be HOT during and immediately after use. Use caution when handling unit, allowing for proper cool down. • Only use a grounded electrical outlet. • Do not insert anything into or cover up the exhaust vents. --This may result in fire or electric shock. • Follow all maintenance guidelines for optimal use; service only at an authorized service center. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Lamp contains mercury and as such must be disposed of according to local, state and federal laws (not applicable on LED models). • Keep it out of reach of children. --Failure to do so may result in personal injury and damage to the product. CAUTION • Do not use or store the projector outdoors for long periods of time. • Be sure to unplug if the projector is not to be used for a long period. --Accumulated dust may result in fire or electric shock due to overheating, ignition, or poor insulation. • Only use the specified type of battery. --Burst or leaking batteries may result in damage or injury. • Make sure you use the same type of batteries for replacement. --Otherwise, the battery may discharge early and the remote control may not work properly due to a bad connection. 11 • The battery contains lithium-ion, so it must be handled with care. --This may result in explosion or fire. • Dispose of used batteries properly. --This may result in explosion or fire. The correct method of disposal may vary depending on your country or region. Dispose of the battery pack as instructed. • Do not throw or disassemble the battery. --This may result in fire or explosion due to damage to the battery. • Always use batteries approved and certified by LG Electronics. --This will prevent damage or fire. • Store batteries away from metallic objects, such as keys and paper clips. --Excess current may cause a rapid increase in temperature, resulting in fire or burns. • Do not store the batteries near any heat source, such as a heater. --This may result in fire or damage to the product. 12 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Do not store batteries at temperatures higher than 60 °C or in high humidity. --This may result in explosion or fire. • Make sure that the battery is connected correctly. --This prevent explosion or fire. • Incorrect battery replacement may cause fire. • Make sure you use the same type of battery for replacement. (Battery type: CR2032 / 3 V) --In the event of a battery contact failure, the battery may drain quickly or the remote control may not work properly. Antenna WARNING • If you are using an outdoor antenna, please install it away from electrical wires to make sure it does not touch any nearby wires even when it falls down due to heavy wind. • Failure to do so may cause electric shock or physical injury. CAUTION • To prevent any raindrops flow into the product, bend the outdoor antenna wire where it comes indoors. • Raindrops flowing into the product may cause fire or electric shock. Antenna grounding according to the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 Antenna Lead in Wire Ground Clamp Electric Service Equipment Ground Clamp NEC: National Electrical Code Antenna Discharge Unit (NEC Section 810-20) Grounding Conductor (NEC Section 810-21) Power Service GroundingElectrode System (NEC Art 250, Part H) SAFETY PRECAUTIONS For USA NOTE TO CABLE/TV INSTALLER This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820 - 40 of the National Electric Code (U.S.A.). The code provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of the cable entry as practical. 13 USA Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or projector reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 14 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS -R eorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. -C onnect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. -C onsult the dealer or an experienced radio/projector technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. CAUTION : Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. Risk Group 2 CAUTION Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product. Do not stare at operating lamp. May be harmful to the eye. CONTENTS 15 CONTENTS LICENSES 2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 4 PREPARATION 17 Accessories 17 Optional Extras 18 Parts and Components 19 --Main Unit 19 --Back20 Installation 21 --Installation Precautions 21 --Projection Distance per Screen Size 22 --How to Install the Projector On a Tripod 23 --Kensington Security System24 REMOTE CONTROL 25 USING THE PROJECTOR 27 Setting Channel --Saving Currently Broadcasting Channel 32 32 Additional Options 35 --Adjusting Aspect Ratio 35 --Using the Keystone Function36 --Changing input device 36 --Blank Function 37 Using the Quick Menu 38 MY MEDIA 39 Before Using 39 --Connecting a USB Device 39 --Removing a USB Device 39 To Use My Media --Watching the Videos --Viewing the Photos --Listening to Music --Viewing Files 41 43 49 52 55 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS 59 59 Connecting the Antenna or Cable 27 SETTINGS Using the battery 28 PICTURE Settings 60 AUDIO Settings 65 Battery using time information 28 Watching Projector 30 --Turning the Projector On 30 --Focus of the Screen Image30 --Using the projector 31 CHANNEL Settings 67 TIME Settings 68 INFORMATION 69 LOCK Settings 70 OPTION 1 Settings 74 OPTION 2 Settings 76 16 CONTENTS CONNECTING DEVICES 78 Connecting HD Receiver, DVD Player, or VCR Player 79 --HDMI Connection 79 Connecting Headphones 80 Using the Mirroring Function of a Mobile Phone 81 --MHL/Slimport Connection 81 MAINTENANCE 82 Cleaning 82 --Cleaning the Lens 82 --Cleaning the Projector Case82 SPECIFICATIONS 83 PREPARATION PREPARATION The pictures may differ slightly from the actual product. Accessories Accessories included with the project are show below. Accessories are subject to change without prior notice. New accessories may be added or old ones removed. Remote Control, Lithium Battery (CR2032 / 3 V) (See page 25) Owner's Manual Owner's Manual CD AC-DC Adaptor Power cord HDMI cable 17 18 PREPARATION • When connecting an HDMI or USB cable, or connecting a USB flash drive to the HDMI or USB port, use a product that has a width of 18 mm or less and a height of 10 mm or less. If the USB cable or USB flash drive does not fit the USB ports of the projector, use an extension cable that supports USB 2.0. • Use a certified cable with the HDMI logo attached. • If you do not use a certified HDMI cable, the screen may not display or a connection error may occur. (Recommended HDMI cable types) --High-Speed HDMI®/TM Cable --High-Speed HDMI®/TM Cable with Ethernet Optional Extras To purchase optional accessories, visit an electronics store or online shopping site or contact the retail store where you purchased the product. Optional accessories are subject to change without prior notice. Projection Screen Tripod MHL or Slimport Cable RF Cable PREPARATION 19 Parts and Components This projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see tiny black dots and/or bright colored dots (red, blue or green) that continuously appear on the projector screen. This is a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not indicate a malfunction. Main Unit ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼ Speaker Control panel Focus Ring Vent1 Lens2 Button Description (POWER) Turns the projector on or off. (SETTINGS) Displays or closes the Settings menu. , Changes the TV channel. , (CHANNEL) (VOLUME) , , , (OK) Adjusts the volume level. Sets the function or moves the cursor. Shows the current mode and saves changes to the settings. 1 Due to the high temperature of vent area, do not get close to the vent area. 2 Do not touch the lens when using the projector. The lens may be damaged. 20 PREPARATION Back ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼ 1 2 3 HDMI / MHL OFF / ON 4 5 ANTENNA IN 6 DC IN 7 8 No. 1 Description (Headphone Port) 2 HDMI/MHL Port 3 OFF/ON Switch --OFF: Turns the projector off completely. --ON: Turns the projector on and the projector goes into Standby mode. Place the switch to Off when you move the projector or when you intend not to use the projector for long periods of time. 4 ANTENNA IN Port 5 Battery Charge Indicator --Red: Charging --Green: Charging complete 6 DC IN Port 7 8 (USB port) Kensington security system connector PREPARATION Installation Installation Precautions • Place the projector in a wellventilated environment. --To prevent internal overheating, install the projector in a well-ventilated place. Do not place anything near the projector. That may block its air vents. If the air vents are blocked, the internal temperature of the projector will increase. --Do not place the projector on a carpet or rug. If the projector's inlet vent is on the bottom, be careful not to block the vent and always use the projector on a solid, level surface. --Be sure to prevent foreign objects such as paper debris from entering the projector. 21 --Leave an adequate open area (30 cm or more) around the projector. • Do not install the projector in a hot or humid environment. --Only install the projector in a place of moderate temperature and low humidity. • Do not install the projector in a place where it can attract dust. --There is a risk of fire. • Never open any cover on the projector. There is a high risk of electric shock. • This projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see tiny black dots and/or bright colored dots that continuously appear on the projector screen. This is a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not indicate a malfunction. • The remote control may not work in an environment where a lamp equipped with electronic ballasts or a three-wavelength fluorescent lamp is installed. Replace the lamp with an international standard lamp for the remote control to work normally. 22 PREPARATION Projection Distance per Screen Size 1 Place the projector on a sturdy, level surface, together with the computer or audio/video source. 2 Place the projector an appropriate distance away from the screen. The distance between the projector and the screen determines the actual size of the image. 3 Position the projector so that the lens is at a right angle to the screen. If the lens is not perpendicular to the screen, the projected image will appear distorted. To correct the distortion, use the Keystone function. (See page 36) 4 Connect the power cords of the projector and the connected devices to the wall outlet. Ratio of upward projection: 100 % Y/2 X/2 Projection Distance (D) Screen Y/2 Screen Width (Y) X/2 Screen Height(X) Screen 27.0 mm Projection Distance (D) 16:9 Aspect Ratio Screen Size (mm) Screen Width (Y) (mm) Screen Height (X) (mm) 508 635 762 889 1016 1143 1270 1397 1524 1651 1778 1905 2032 2159 2286 2413 2540 443 553 664 775 886 996 1107 1218 1328 1439 1550 1660 1771 1882 1992 2103 2214 249 311 374 436 498 560 623 685 747 809 872 934 996 1058 1121 1183 1245 Projection Distance (D) (mm) 742 931 1119 1308 1497 1686 1875 2063 2252 2441 2630 2818 3007 3196 3385 3574 3762 PREPARATION 23 How to Install the Projector On a Tripod • You can install the projector using a camera tripod. • As shown below, you can mount the projector instead of a camera on the tripod. • When stabilizing the tripod, we recommend using a locking bolt of standard size 4.5 mm or less. The maximum size allowed for the locking bolt is 5.5 mm. (If it is longer than the maximum allowed size, it may damage the projector.) ￼￼￼ Bottom of the Projector Bolt used to attach the projector to the tripod The projector is connected to this part. Tripod ￼ CAUTION • If you are using a tripod, be careful not to apply external force to the tripod. Doing so may damage the projector. • Do not place the tripod on an unstable surface. • Be sure to use a tripod with a maximum load capacity of 3 kg or more. • To use the projector safely, position the tripod legs so that they are as wide and stable as possible and be sure to securely attach the projector to the tripod. 24 PREPARATION Kensington Security System • This projector has a Kensington Security Standard connector as an anti-theft mechanism. Connect a Kensington Security System cable as shown below. • For more information on installation and use of the Kensington Security System, refer to the user’s guide provided with the Kensington Security System. • The Kensington Security System is an optional accessory. • What is Kensington? Kensington is a company that provides safety systems for laptops and other electronic devices. Website: http://www.kensington.com REMOTE CONTROL REMOTE CONTROL Open the lid at the back of the remote control and insert the batteries as described in the instructions. Use new batteries. ￼￼￼ ￼ POWER Turns the projector on or off. MUTE Mutes the sound of the projector. INPUT Changes the input source. VOL +, Adjusts the volume level. CH Changes the channel or page. , PAGE Moves to the previous/next page. INFO Views the information of the current program and screen. BLANK Turns the projector screen on or off. Up/Down/Left/Right buttons Sets the function or moves the cursor. OK Shows the current mode and saves changes to the settings. FAV Accesses your favorite channel. Returns to the previous screen. SETTINGS Displays or closes the Settings menu. Q.MENU Enters the quick menu. 25 26 REMOTE CONTROL Number buttons Enter a number. Playback Control Buttons Controls playback of MY MEDIA. LIST Accesses the saved channel list. - (Dash) Inserts a dash between numbers such as 2 - 1 and 2 - 2. FLASHBK Tunes to the last channel viewed. Color buttons Sets detailed settings or gesture for each menu. ￼￼￼ NOTE • When using the remote control, the optimal operation range is 3 meters or less (left/right) and within a 30 degree arc of the remote control IR receiver. • For seamless operation, do not block the IR receiver. • When you carry the remote control in the portable bag, make sure that the buttons on the remote control are not pressed by the projector, cables, documents or any other accessories in the bag. Otherwise, it may significantly reduce the battery life. HDMI / MHL OFF / ON ANTENNA IN DC IN USING THE PROJECTOR 27 USING THE PROJECTOR Connecting the Antenna or Cable To watch TV using an indoor/outdoor antenna, connect a wall terminal and the ANTENNA IN port of the projector using an RF cable (75 Ω). You can watch public TV or cable (analog, digital) TV. (The RF cable is sold separately.) ANTENNA IN ￼￼￼￼ NOTE • Make sure not to bend the copper wire of the RF cable (75 Ω). Turn the input jack to the right to fasten it. • Ensure you use a standard coaxial cable (75 Ω, sold separately) when connecting to the projector input. Copper wire • For better image quality in locations where signal strength is low, purchase and install a signal amplifier (booster). • A signal splitter is required if you want to use two or more projectors through one antenna. • If you have any problems when installing the antenna, please consult a suitable retailer or the store where you purchased the antenna. 28 USING THE PROJECTOR Using the battery Low battery! The projector will turn off soon. ￼ • It is displayed when the battery is running out. • As your battery is low, Projector will be turned off in a minute. • If the screen shows a low battery message, be sure to charge the battery. Battery using time information Status Time and Display Charging About 3 hours Usage Hours Up to 2.5 hours (Available battery using time up to 2.5 hours when Energy Saving mode set to Max. Changing the Energy Saving mode default values will reduce battery life.) Battery Level Indicator Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 USING THE PROJECTOR 29 • If you intend not to use the projector for long periods of time, it is recommended to have the battery charged at 40 % to 50 %. • The battery is automatically recharged when the projector is connected to a power supply. • Charge the battery fully when you first use the projector. • The battery standard usage time given in the manual is based on measurements taken by LG; the actual time may vary depending upon usage. • Battery usage time may vary depending on broadcast type, operating temperature, period of use, and user preferences. • As the battery is consumable, its lifetime gradually decreases. When the battery’s life is reduced by half, replace it with a new battery from an LG Electronics customer center. • Do not charge the battery using any equipment other than that supplied with the product. This may damage the battery or cause a fire. • Always use a battery that is approved and certified by LG Electronics, Inc. Failure to do so may result in an explosion or fire. • If the battery is leaking or giving off an odor, discontinue its use immediately and contact LG Electronics Customer Support Center. • The battery contains lithium-ion, so please handle with care. Failure to do so may result in an explosion or fire. 30 USING THE PROJECTOR Watching Projector Turning the Projector On The menu screen display in this owner's manual is an example to help users understand how to operate the product and may look different from the actual screen. 1 Connect the power cord correctly to turn the projector on. 2 Place the OFF/ON switch on the rear port area to ON and press the POWER button on the control panel or on the remote control. (If the switch is placed to OFF, the projector will not turn on.) 3 On the Language and Time Zone Selection screen, select the language and Time Zone you want. 4 Select the input signal you want using the INPUT button on the remote control. Focus of the Screen Image When an image appears on the screen, check if it is in focus and fits the screen properly. To adjust the focus of the image, rotate the focus ring. Focus Ring ￼￼￼ USING THE PROJECTOR 31 Using the projector 1 When in standby mode, press the POWER button to turn the projector on. 2 Press the INPUT button and select the input signal you want. 3 Control the projector using the following buttons while watching the screen. Button CH , Description Changes the TV channel. LIST Displays the channel list. 0-9 Enters a channel number. VOL +, - Adjusts the volume level. MUTE Mutes the sound from the projector. Q.MENU Enters the quick menu. (See page 38) FLASHBK Displays the channel you were watching previously. 4 To turn the projector off, press the POWER button. 32 USING THE PROJECTOR Setting Channel Image shown may differ from your projector. Saving Currently Broadcasting Channel Using the Auto Tuning function Saves a channel which is currently broadcasting. Be sure to activate Auto Tuning when you move to a new home or change the position of your projector. When you activate this function, make sure that the antenna is connected and there are channels broadcasting signals. 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Press the , , , or button to select CHANNEL and press the OK button. 3 Press the button. , button to select Auto Tuning and press the OK 4 Select Start to start auto tuning. The projector scans and saves available channels automatically. 5 When you are finished, press the SETTINGS button. Saving or Deleting Channels Manually 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Press the , , , or button to select CHANNEL and press the OK button. 3 Press the button. , button to select Manual Tuning and press the OK 4 Scroll through the channel types, and then add or delete channels. 5 When you are finished, press the SETTINGS button. ￼ NOTE • If Lock System is turned on, a pop-up window will appear asking for password. • You can store up to 1000 channels. The number of channels that you can store differs depending on the broadcasting signal environment. • Auto Tuning memorizes the channels that are currently being broadcast. • The channels are stored in the order of DTV, TV, Cable DTV and Cable TV. USING THE PROJECTOR Editing Your Channel List 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Press the , , , or button to select CHANNEL and press the OK button. 3 Press the button. , button to select Channel Edit and press the OK 4 Edit a channel by using the buttons below. Channel Edit Antenna ꔂ Move ꔉ OK DTV 3-1 ￼ TV Cable DTV Cable TV 5-1 ꔅ Add/Delete 7-1 ꔅ Block/Unblock Button FAV Favorite Ch. Description Red Adds or deletes a channel. Green Block or unblock a channel. FAV Adds a favorite channel. 5 When you are finished, press the SETTINGS button. Page 1/1 33 34 USING THE PROJECTOR Favorite Channel Setup 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Press the , , , or button to select CHANNEL and press the OK button. 3 Press the button. button to select Channel Edit and press the OK , 4 Move to your desired channel. 5 Press the FAV button to access the Set as Favorite. 6 Press the , buttons to to scrolls through channel group. 7 Press the OK button. Set as Favorite Select a favorite channel group. Multiple selection is available. Group A Group B Group C Group D OK ￼￼ Cancel USING THE PROJECTOR Additional Options Adjusting Aspect Ratio 1 Press the Q.MENU button. 2 Press the , buttons to select Aspect Ratio and press the OK button. Menu ￼ Description 16:9 Resizes images to the 16:9 ratio. Just Scan Displays video images in the original size without removing parts of the edge of the image. • If you select Just Scan, you may see image noises at the edge or edges of the screen. Set By Program Displays images in the same aspect ratio as the original image. 4:3 Resizes images to the previous standard 4:3. Zoom Resizes the image to fit the screen width. The top and bottom parts of the image may be cut off. • Press the or button to zoom in or out of the image. • Press the or button to move the image. Cinema Zoom 1 Formats an image to the cinemascope ratio, 2.35:1. It ranges from 1 to 16. • Press the or button to zoom in or out of the image. • Press the or button to move the image. • If you enlarge or reduce an image, the image may be distorted. NOTE • Available picture size may differ depending on the input signal. • You can also use the SETTINGS button. 35 36 USING THE PROJECTOR Using the Keystone Function To prevent the screen image from becoming trapezoidal, Keystone adjusts the top and bottom width of the image if the projector is not set up at a right angle to the screen. Because the Keystone function may cause inferior screen image quality, use this function only when it is not possible to set up the projector at an optimal angle. • Keystone 0 ◀ L R ▶ Close ￼￼ 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or buttons to select OPTION 2 and press the OK button. 3 Use the or buttons to select Keystone and press the OK button. 4 Use the or buttons to adjust Keystone. 5 Keystone can be adjusted from -40 to 40. 6 Press the OK button when finished. Changing input device To select an external input You can select inputs connected to the projector. • Press the INPUT button on the remote control to display the input selection screen. --Connected inputs are displayed first. • Select an input signal using the remote control's INPUT button to connect the projector to the desired input. You can use the or button to switch between all the input modes. Input List TV ￼ ꔂ Move ꔉ OK USB HDMI Input Label Exit USING THE PROJECTOR 37 Selecting an Input Label Displays which devices are connected to which input ports. Input Label HDMI Close ￼ 1 Press the INPUT button on the remote control to display the input selection screen. 2 Use the Red button. 3 Use the or button to select one of the input labels. Blank Function Using the Blank Function This function may be effective when you need to draw attention during a meeting or training. 1 Press the BLANK button, and the screen is covered by the background color. You can change the background color by referring to "Selecting the background color of the blank image". 2 Press any button to clear the blank function. To cover the screen temporarily, press the BLANK button on the remote control. Do not block the lens with any object while the projector is running. It may become overheated and deformed or even cause a fire. 38 USING THE PROJECTOR Selecting the background color of the blank image 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Press the , , , or buttons to select OPTION 2 and press the OK button. 3 Press the button. , buttons to select Blank Image and press the OK 4 Press the or button to move to the setting or option you want and press the OK button. Using the Quick Menu You can easily customize your frequently used menus. 1 Press the Q.MENU button. 2 Press the or button to select a menu and press OK button. Menu Description Aspect Ratio Resizes the picture. PJT Mode Turns the projected image upside down or flips it horizontally. Picture Mode Changes the picture mode. Multi Audio Sets MONO or STEREO, or a language for a bilingual broadcast (Digital signal). SAP Changes the MTS sound (Analog signal). Sleep Timer Sets the projector to be turned off at the specified time. Clear Voice II Makes the voice from the projector crisp and clear. Del/Add Can delete or add channels. USB Device Allows you to remove a connected USB device in a safe manner. (The menu is displayed only when the USB device is connected.) 3 Press the , button to scroll through the following menus. MY MEDIA 39 MY MEDIA Before Using Connecting a USB Device Connect a USB device (external HDD, USB memory) to the USB port of projector to enjoy the content files stored in the USB device with your projector. You cannot write or delete data in the USB device. Connect a USB flash drive as shown below. USB flash Drive ￼ Removing a USB Device 1 Press the Q.MENU button. 2 Use the or button to move to USB Device and press the OK button. 3 Select a USB to remove. Wait for confirmation that the USB device has stopped before removing the USB. ￼ NOTE • If detached early, an error may occur on the projector or the USB storage device. • Once a USB device has been selected for removal, it can no longer be read. Remove the USB storage device and then re-connect it. 40 MY MEDIA Tips for using a USB device • If the USB storage device has a built-in auto recognition program or uses its own driver, it may not work. • Some USB storage devices may not work or may work incorrectly. • If you use a USB extension cable, the USB device may not be recognized or may not work properly. • Use only USB storage devices formatted with the Windows FAT32 or NTFS file system. • For external USB HDDs, it is recommended that you use devices with a rated voltage of less than 5 V and a rated current of less than 500 mA. • It is recommended to use a USB hub or hard disk drive with power supplied. (If the power supplied is not enough, the USB storage device may not be detected properly.) • It is recommended that you use USB flash drives of 32 GB or less and USB HDDs of 1 TB or less. • If a USB HDD with power-saving function does not work properly, turn the power off and on. For more information, refer to the user manual of the USB HDD. • Data in USB storage device can be damaged so be sure to back up important files to other devices. Data maintenance is the user's responsibility and the manufacturer is not responsible for data loss. MY MEDIA 41 To Use My Media 1 Press the SETTINGS button on the remote control. 2 Select MY MEDIA. Select desired file from the list. Watch the chosen file. Sets play related settings by checking option during disk playback. My Media supporting file • Maximum data transmission rate: 20 Mbps (Mega bit per second) • External supported subtitle formats:*.smi, *.srt, *.sub (MicroDVD, SubViewer 1.0/2.0), *.ass, *.ssa,*.txt (TMPlayer), *.psb (PowerDivX) • Internal supported subtitle formats: SRT/ASS/SSA (Supports internal subtitles generated from DivX6) Video Supported Codec Maximum resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 30p (only Motion JPEG 640 x 480 @ 30p) Extension .asf, .wmv .divx, .avi .mp4, .m4v, .mov .mkv .ts, .trp, .tp, .mts, .m2ts .vob .mpg Codec Video VC-1 Advanced Profile, VC-1 Simple and Main Profiles Audio WMA Standard, WMA 9 Professional Video DivX3.11, DivX4, DivX5, DivX6, XVID, H.264/AVC Audio MPEG-1 Layer I, II, MPEG-1 Layer III (MP3), Dolby Digital Video H.264 / AVC, MPEG-4 Part 2 Audio AAC Video H.264 / AVC Audio HE-AAC, Dolby Digital Video H.264 / AVC, MPEG-2, VC-1 Audio MPEG-1 Layer I, II, MPEG-1 Layer III (MP3), Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, AAC Video MPEG-1, MPEG-2 Audio Dolby Digital, MPEG-1 Layer I, II, DVD-LPCM Video MPEG-1 Audio MPEG-1 Layer I, II 42 MY MEDIA Supported audio files File Format MP3 AC3 MPEG AAC, HEAAC CDDA Item Bit rate Sampling Rate Bit rate Sampling Rate Bit rate Sampling Rate Bit rate Sampling Rate 32 Kbps to 320 Kbps 32 kHz to 48 kHz 32 kbps to 640 kbps 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz 32 kbps to 448 kbps 32 kHz to 48 kHz 24 kbps to 3844 kbps 8 kHz to 96 kHz Bit rate 1.44 Kbps Sampling Rate 44.1 kHz Bit rate LPCM Info Sampling Rate 1.41 Mbps to 9.6 Mbps Multi Channel: 44.1 kHz, 88.2 kHz / 48 kHz, 96 kHz Stereo: 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz MY MEDIA 43 Watching the Videos In the Movie List, you can watch movies stored on the connected USB device. Controls playback and sets options while viewing videos. Tips for Playing Video Files • Some subtitles created by users may not work properly. • The video and subtitle files should be placed in the same folder. For subtitles to display correctly, the video and subtitle files must have the same name. • We do not support any stream that contains GMC (Global Motion Compensation) or Qpel (Quarterpel Motion Estimation). • Only H.264 / AVC profile level 4.1 and lower is supported. • Video files that exceed 50 GB (gigabyte) are not supported for playback. The file size limit is dependent on the encoding environment. • DTS audio codec is not supported. Browsing Movie List Play a video file stored from a connected device. 1 Connect a USB device. 2 Press the SETTINGS button. 3 Move to MY MEDIA. 4 Use the , or button to select Movie List and press the OK button. 5 Use the , , the OK button. , or 2 1 button to select the file you want and press Page 1/1 Movie List USB STORAGE DEVICE Drive1 Drive2 Butterfly_... 01:34:33 Go to root folder 7 Go to upper folder 8 5 4 3 Drive3 Drive4 Drive5 CH Page Change Page 1/1 6 44 MY MEDIA No. Description Thumbnails 1 Abnormal file File not supported 2 File List 3 Moves to the upper level folder. 4 Current page/Total no. of folder pages 5 Displays the remaining battery life. 6 Current page/Total no. of file pages 7 Moves to the top level folder. 8 Moves to the upper level folder. 6 Control playback by using the following buttons. ￼ Item Q.MENU Option Hide 나가기 Exit Description Shows the current playing position. Use move forward or backward. Stops playing and returns to Movie List. Returns to normal playback. , buttons to MY MEDIA Item 45 Description Pauses the media player. If no button is pressed on the remote control for 10 minutes after pausing, the playback is restarted. Displays in slow motion. Whenever this button is pressed, the playback speed is changed.: x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 You can use the Energy Saving mode. Option A pop-up window will appear. Hide Hides the playback bar. Press the OK button to make it appear. Exit Returns to the Movie List screen. Options for Movie List 1 Press the Q.MENU button. 2 Use the or button to move to a desired option and press the OK button. 3 Use the , , , or button to set up each item. Set Video Play. Item Description Picture Size Selects the size of a playback screen. • Full: Files are played in full screen mode according to the aspect ratio of video. • Original: Displays the video in the original size. Audio Language Allows you to select the language you want for the file with multiple audio tracks. This option is not available if the file has only one audio track. 46 MY MEDIA Item Description Subtitle Language The subtitle can be turned on or off. • Language: One of any of the available languages can be selected. • Code Page: A character set used for a subtitle can be selected. By default, the subtitle is displayed in a language configured in OPTION 1 → Language. --Sync: If a subtitle is not synchronized with its video, you can adjust its speed at 0.5 seconds unit. --Position: Moves the location of a subtitle. --Size: Changes the subtitle font size. Repeat Turns the repeat function On or Off. When it is set to off, the next file can be played sequentially if the file name is similar. Subtitle Language Subtitle Language Language Latin1 English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Swedish, Finnish, Dutch, Portuguese, Danish, Romanian, Norwegian, Albanian, Gaelic, Welsh, Irish, Catalan, Valencian Latin2 Bosnian, Polish, Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Serbian, Hungarian Latin4 Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian Cyrillic Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Ukranian, Kazakh Greek Greek Turkish Turkish Hebrew Modern Hebrew Chinese Simplified Chinese Korean Korean Arabic Arabic Set Video. You can change video settings. (Refer to "PICTURE Settings" on page 60.) Set Audio. You can change audio settings. (Refer to "AUDIO Settings" on page 65.) MY MEDIA 47 Registering the DivX code Checks DivX Reg. Code for replaying DivX protected videos. Register at http://vod.divx.com. Use Reg. Code to rent or purchase movies at www.divx.com/vod. 1 In the Settings menu, move to OPTION 1 and press DivX(R) VOD. Registration Deregistration ￼ 2 Press the button. or Close button to move to Registration and press the OK You must register your device to play DivX(R) protected videos. Registration Code: XXXXXXXXXX Register at http://vod.divx.com ￼ OK 3 Check the DivX Registration Code. ￼ NOTE • Rented/purchased DivX files cannot be played if the DivX Registration Code of a different device is used. Use only the DivX Registration Code granted to this specific device. • Converted files not conforming to the DivX Codec Standard may not play or may produce abnormal sound. 48 MY MEDIA To deregister the DivX code Use the DivX deregistration code to deactivate the DivX DRM function. 1 In the Settings menu, move to OPTION 1 and press DivX(R) VOD. 2 Use the or button to go to Deregistration and press the OK button. 3 Select Yes. Your device is already registered. Are you sure you wish to deregister? Yes No Deregistration code : ******** Deregister at http://vod.divx.com Continue with registration? Yes No ￼ ￼ NOTE • What is DRM [Digital Rights Management]? DRM technologies and services protect the interests and rights of copyright holders by preventing illegal use of digital content. Files can be played after the license is verified through an online method, etc. MY MEDIA 49 Viewing the Photos You can view photos stored on a connected device. Supported Photo Files PHOTO (*.JPEG) Baseline: 64-pixel (width) x 64-pixel (height) - 15360-pixel (width) x 8640-pixel (height) Progressive: 64-pixel (width) x 64-pixel (height) - 1920-pixel (width) x 1440-pixel (height) • Only JPEG files are supported. • Non-supported files are displayed in the form of an icon. • An error message is displayed for corrupted files or file formats that cannot be played. • Corrupted files may not be displayed properly. • It may take some time to view high-resolution images in full screen. Browsing Photo List 1 Connect a USB device. 2 Press the SETTINGS button. 3 Move to MY MEDIA. 4 Use the , or buttons to select Photo List and press the OK button. 5 Use the , , the OK button. , or button to select the file you want and press 4 3 2 1 Page 1/1 Photo List USB STORAGE DEVICE Drive1 Drive2 Butterfly_... 06/09/2014 Go to root folder 7 Go to upper folder 8 Drive3 Drive4 Drive5 5 CH Page Change Page 1/1 6 50 MY MEDIA No. Description Thumbnails 1 Abnormal file File not supported 2 File List 3 Moves to the upper level folder. 4 Current page/Total no. of folder pages 5 Displays the remaining battery life. 6 Current page/Total no. of file pages 7 Moves to the top level folder. 8 Moves to the upper level folder. 6 Control playback by using the following buttons. 01_a.jpg 2008/12/10 1920 x 1080 479 KB [1/4] ￼ Item Slideshow BGM Q.MENU Option Hide Exit Description Selects the previous or next photo. Slideshow BGM All photos are displayed during slide show. • Set Slide Speed in the Option → Set Photo View. menu. You can listen to music while viewing photos in full size. Set the BGM in Option → Set Photo View. menu. MY MEDIA Item 51 Description Rotates photos. • Rotates a photo 90°, 180°, 270°, 360° clockwise. • Photos cannot be rotated if their width is greater than the height of the max. supported resolution. Views the photo in full mode or original mode. Press the blue button to enlarge the image. You can use the Energy Saving mode. Option A pop-up window will appear. Hide Hides the menu on the full size screen. • To see the menu, press the OK button on the remote control. Exit Exit from full screen photo view. Options for Photo List 1 Press the Q.MENU button. 2 Use the or button to move to a desired option and press the OK button. 3 Use the , , , or button to set up each item. Set Photo View. Item Description Slide speed Selects a slideshow speed. BGM Selects a music folder for the background music. • You cannot change the music folder while the background music is playing. • For background music, only the folder from the same device can be selected. --Repeat: Selects repeat play. --Random: Selects random play. 52 MY MEDIA Set Video. You can change video settings. (Refer to "PICTURE Settings" on page 60.) Set Audio. You can change audio settings. (Refer to "AUDIO Settings" on page 65.) Listening to Music You can play audio files stored on the connected device. Supported Music Files *.MP3 Bit rate range 32 Kbps to 320 Kbps • Sampling rate MPEG1 Layer3: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz • Sampling rate MPEG2 Layer3: 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz Browsing Music List 1 Connect a USB device. 2 Press the SETTINGS button. 3 Move to MY MEDIA. 4 Use the , or button to select Music List and press the OK button. 5 Use the , , the OK button. , or button to select the file you want and press 4 3 2 1 Page 1/1 Music List USB STORAGE DEVICE Drive1 Drive2 Butterfly_... 01:34:33 Go to root folder 7 Go to upper folder 8 Drive3 Drive4 Drive5 5 CH Page Change Page 1/1 6 MY MEDIA No. Description Thumbnails Abnormal file 1 File not supported 2 File List 3 Moves to the upper level folder. 4 Current page/Total no. of folder pages 5 Displays the remaining battery life. 6 Current page/Total no. of file pages 7 Moves to the top level folder. 8 Moves to the upper level folder. 6 Control playback by using the following buttons. Page 1/1 Music List USB STORAGE DEVICE Drive1 CH Page Change Page 1/1 Butterfly_... 01:34:33 002. - B02.mp3 ￼ Q.MENU Item Option Description Changes the playing position. Stops playing. Returns to normal playback. Hide Exit 53 54 MY MEDIA Item Description Pauses the media player. Plays the previous/next file. You can use the Energy Saving mode. Option Sets up the options of Music List. Hide Hides the playback bar. • Press the OK button to make the playback bar appear. Exit Returns to the Music List screen. Options for Music List 1 Press the Q.MENU button. 2 Use the or button to move to a desired option and press the OK button. 3 Use the , , , or button to set up each item. Set Audio Play. Item Description Repeat Selects repeat play. Random Selects random play. Set Audio. You can change audio settings. (Refer to "AUDIO Settings" on page 65.) MY MEDIA 55 Viewing Files You can see document files stored on a connected device. Supported File Formats XLS, XLSX, DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, TXT, PDF, HWP Microsoft Office: 97/2000/2002/2003/2007 Version Adobe PDF: 1.0/1.1/1.2/1.3/ 1.4 Version Hangul: 97/2003/2007 Version • File Viewer realigns a document, so it may look different from what is displayed on a PC. • For documents that include images, the resolution may look lower during the realigning process. • If the document is large or has many pages, it may take longer to load. • Unsupported fonts may be replaced by other fonts. • The file viewer may not open for Office documents that contain many high resolution images. In that case, reduce the image file size, save it on a USB storage device and run the file viewer again or connect your PC to the projector and open the file on your PC. 56 MY MEDIA Browsing File List 1 Connect a USB device. 2 Press the SETTINGS button. 3 Move to MY MEDIA. 4 Use the , or button to select File List and press the OK button. 5 Use the , , , or button to select the file you want and press the OK button. 2 1 Page 1/1 File List USB STORAGE DEVICE DOC 3 Drive1 Drive2 Drive3 Drive4 Drive5 Butterfly_... 06/09/2014 Go to root folder 6 No. Go to upper folder 7 Description 1 File List 2 Moves to the upper level folder. 3 Current page/Total no. of folder pages 4 Displays the remaining battery life. 5 Current page/Total no. of file pages 6 Moves to the top level folder. 7 Moves to the upper level folder. 4 CH Page Change Page 1/1 5 MY MEDIA 57 6 Control playback by using the following buttons. • Click Go Page then the pop-up window for selecting the number of page appears. Input the page to move to the page you want. • Press the VOLUME +, - button to zoom in or zoom out. Press the OK button and then use the Up/Down/Left/Right buttons to move to Go Page or Zoom. ￼ Item Go Page ꔦ Zoom Q.MENU Option Hide Exit Description Go Page Moves to the page you want. Use the Up/Down/Left/Right buttons to select a page and press the OK button. Zoom Enlarges or reduces the document. Option Sets up the options of File Viewer. Hide Hides the menu. • Press the OK button to make it appear. Exit Returns to the File Viewer screen. 58 MY MEDIA Options for File List 1 Press the Q.MENU button. 2 Use the , , , or button to set up each item. Set FileViewer Option Item Description On Loads and displays pages one by one. The initial loading time is short but a content heavy page may be displayed slowly. Off Loads all pages of a file to memory before it starts to display them. The initial loading time is long but you can navigate pages quickly after loading is complete. If a file is too large, it may fail to load all the pages. Single Page Loading Image Quality You can set the quality of the image included in the document. The following three options are available for the image quality: High, Medium, Low. Higher the image quality, lower the display time. Document Align Selects initial document align method. File View settings are default, so close the currently opened document to apply changes to the new document, if any. CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS 59 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS SETTINGS 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or button to select the desired item and press the OK button. 3 Use the , , the OK button. Menu , or button to set up the desired item and press Description PICTURE Adjusts the image quality for optimal viewing. AUDIO Adjusts the sound quality and volume level. CHANNEL Sets up and edits a channel. TIME Sets the time and time-related features. INFORMATION Shows information about the Projector. LOCK Locks or unlocks a channels or a programs. OPTION 1 Customizes the general settings. OPTION 2 Customizes the settings related the projector. INPUT Selects the desired input source. MY MEDIA Accesses photo, music, movie, and document files. 60 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS PICTURE Settings 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or buttons to select PICTURE and press the OK button. 3 Use the , , , or button to set up the desired item and press the OK button. --To return to the previous menu, press the button. PICTURE ꔂ Move ꔉ OK •• ꕊ Energy Saving : Minimum •• Picture Mode : Standard •• Contrast 100 •• Brightness 50 •• Sharpness 20 •• Color 60 •• Tint 0 R G ￼ The available picture settings are described as follows. Menu Energy Saving Description Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak screen brightness. Mode Minimum/ Applies the pre-set Energy Saving Medium/ mode. Maximum CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu 61 Description Picture Mode Selects the picture mode optimized for the viewing environment or the program. You can also customize advanced options for each mode. Mode Maximizes the visual effect of video. Vivid Heightens contrast, brightness and sharpness to display vivid images. Displays images in standard levels of Standard contrast, brightness and sharpness. Cinema Optimizes the image for a movie. Optimizes the image for sports by Sport emphasizing primary colors and dynamic actions. Optimizes the image for playing games Game on fast-moving screens. Menu for adjusting picture quality that allows experts and amateurs to enjoy the best Projector viewing. Expert1 / --Expert mode is for picture tuning Expert2 professionals to control and fine-tune using a specific image. For normal images, the effects may not be dramatic. Contrast Adjusts the difference between bright and dark regions of the screen. Brightness Adjusts the overall screen brightness. Sharpness Adjusts the sharpness of the borders between bright and dark. Horizontal and Vertical Sharpness are available only in Expert1 / Expert2. Color Adjusts the intensity of all colors. Tint Adjusts the balance between red and green levels. Advanced Control Customizes the advanced settings. Picture Option Sets optional settings. 62 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu Description Picture Reset Resets values customized by the user. Each picture mode is reset. Select the picture mode you wish to reset. Aspect Ratio Resizes the picture. Advanced Control Menu Description Dynamic Contrast Adjusts contrast and color to the optimal level according to the screen’s brightness. Dynamic Color Adjusts colors for more natural-looking colors. Color Gamut Selects the range of colors that can be expressed. • Standard: Displays the original colors of an input signal regardless of the display features. • Wide: Makes use of the display's rich colors. Skin Color Skin color spectrum can be separately set to implement the skin color as defined by the user. Sky Color Sky color is set separately. Grass Color Natural color spectrum (meadows, hills, etc.) can be separately set. Gamma Sets the gradation curve according to the output of the picture signal in relation to the input signal. * Depending on input signal or other picture settings, the range of detailed items for adjustment may differ. CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS 63 Expert Control Menu Description Dynamic Contrast Adjusts contrast and color to the optimal level according to the screen’s brightness. Color Gamut Selects the range of colors that can be expressed. • Standard: Displays the original colors of an input signal regardless of the display features. • Wide: Makes use of the display's rich colors. Edge Enhancer Shows clearer and distinctive yet natural edges of the video. Expert Pattern Patterns used for expert adjustment. Color Filter Filters a specific color spectrum in RGB colors to fine-tune color saturation and hue accurately. In Expert mode, you can customize the options of each mode. Color Temperature Gamma: Select 1.9, 2.2,or 2.4. a. Method: 2 Points --Pattern: Inner, Outer --Points: Low, High --Red/Green/Blue: The adjustment range for each color is from -50 to +50. --Apply to all inputs: The values of the Color Temperature is applied to all the input modes. b. Method: 20 Point IRE --Pattern: Inner, Outer --IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers) is the unit indicating the size of a video signal and can be set to 5,10,15, ... 100. You can fine-tune for each setting as shown below. --Luminance: The adjustment range is 50 to 500. --Red/Green/Blue: The adjustment range is -50 to +50. --Apply to all inputs: The values of the Color Temperature is applied to all the input modes. 64 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu Color Management System Description Adjusts Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow colors. Allows an expert to adjust the tint using a test pattern. Six colors (Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Magenta/ Yellow) can be selectively adjusted without affecting other colors. You may not see colors change on a normal picture even after adjustment. --Saturation Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/ Magenta, Tint Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/Magenta, Luminance Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/ Magenta: The adjustment range is -30 to +30 each. * Depending on input signal or other picture settings, the range of detailed items for adjustment may differ. Picture Option Menu Description Noise Reduction Reduces screen noise in the video. MPEG Noise Reduction Eliminates noise generated while creating digital picture signals. Black Level Adjusts the brightness or darkness of the screen to suit the black level of the picture input using the degree of darkness (black level) of the screen. Real Cinema Optimizes the screen for movie viewing. Color Temperature Adjusts the overall color of the screen to suit your preference. Select Warm, Natural, Cool or Medium. 65 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS AUDIO Settings 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or button to select AUDIO and press the OK button. AUDIO •• Sound Mode ꔂ Move ꔉ OK : Standard •• Sound Effect 3 Use the , , , or button to set up the desired item and press the OK button. --To return to the previous menu, press the button. •• Auto Volume : On ￼￼ The available audio settings are described as follows. Menu Description Sets the sound mode. Mode Sound Mode Standard Suitable for all types of video. News / Music / Cinema / Sport / Game Sets audio optimized for a specific genre. 66 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu Description The user can select various sound effects. Mode Clear Voice II Makes the voice from the projector crisp and clear. Virtual Surround LG’s proprietary audio processing technology allows 5 channel-like surround sound from two speakers. • When Clear Voice II is set to on, Virtual Surround cannot be selected. Equalizer Adjusts the volume to a level of your choice using the Equalizer. • Audio-band (100 Hz/ 300 Hz/ 1 kHz/ 3 kHz/ 10 kHz) can be adjusted from -10 to 10. • Reset: Resets voice options that the user has changed. Balance Adjusts the balance of the left and right speakers. Reset Initialize the applied effect under the Sound Effect menu. Sound Effect Auto Volume Automatically adjusts the volume level. 67 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS CHANNEL Settings 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or button to select CHANNEL and press the OK button. 3 Use the , , , or button to set up the desired item and press the OK button. --To return to the previous menu, press the button. CHANNEL ꔂ Move ꔉ OK •• Auto Tuning •• Manual Tuning •• Channel Edit ￼￼ The available channel settings are described below. Menu Description Auto Tuning Remembers a channel which is currently broadcasting. You should use this function when you move to another house or move the Projector to other place. It must be used while the antenna is connected and there are channel broadcasting signals. • Channels are not registered properly unless the antenna/ cable is connected correctly. • Auto Tuning only finds programs that are currently broadcasting. • If Lock System is turned on, a pop-up window will appear asking for password. Manual Tuning Adjusts programs manually and saves the results. For digital broadcasting, signal strength and signal quality can be checked. Channel Edit Edits the saved programs. Set as favorite program, block/unblock program, skip program etc. of the selected program. 68 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS TIME Settings 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or button to select TIME and press the OK button. 3 Use the , , , or button to set up the desired item and press the OK button. --To return to the previous menu, press the button. TIME ꔂ Move ꔉ OK •• Clock •• Off Time : Off •• On Time : Off •• Sleep Timer : Off •• Auto Off : 60 min. •• Automatic Standby : Off The available time settings are described as follows. Menu Clock Description Sets the time, date, or timer feature. Sets the time to turn on or off the projector automatically. To use this feature, you should set the current time and date in advance. To use this feature, set the time correctly. If you do not want to set Off Time/On Time, select Off in Repeat. Off Time/ On Time ￼ Sleep Timer Turns off the Projector after a preset number of minutes. To cancel the Sleep Timer, select Off. Auto Off If there is no signal, the projector automatically turns off after the preset time has elapsed. Automatic Standby Turns off the projector automatically after a set period of time if there is no button input on the projector. NOTE • If you set both Off time and On time features to the same time, the Off time feature overrides the On time feature. • If you do not press any button within two hours after the projector is turned on by the On Time feature, the projector enters standby mode automatically. 69 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS INFORMATION 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or button to select INFORMATION and press the OK button. INFORMATION •• Model Name : PH300 •• INPUT : TV The following are INFORMATION-related items. Menu ꔂ Move Description Model Name Shows the model name of the product. INPUT Shows the current status of inputs. ꔉ OK ￼￼ 70 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS LOCK Settings 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or LOCK button to select LOCK and press the OK button. --Enter the preset password to enter the LOCK settings. The initial password is 0000. ꔂ Move ꔉ OK •• Set Password •• Lock System: Off •• Block Channel •• Movie Rating •• TV Rating-Children ￼￼ •• TV Rating-General 3 Use the , , , or button to set up the desired item and press the OK button. --To return to the previous menu, press the button. •• Downloadable Rating The available lock settings are described below. Menu Set Password Description Sets or changes projector password. • The initial password is set as 0000. Locks the selected channel or external input. First, set Lock System to On. Item Lock System Block Channel Blocks the programs that contain inappropriate contents for children. The programs can be selected but the screen is blank and the audio is muted. To watch a locked program, enter the password. CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu 71 Description Item Movie Rating Blocks the movies that are only broadcasted on the TV and contain inappropriate contents, based on the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating. • G (General audiences) All ages admitted • PG (Parental guidance suggested) Some material may not be suitable for children • PG-13 (Patents strongly cautioned) Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13 • R (Restricted) Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian • NC-17 No one 17 and under admitted. • X Adults only TV RatingChildren Blocks the children’s TV programs that parents do not want their children to watch. To block other TV programs, you should set the TV Rating-General feature. • Age TV-Y (All children, including children from ages 2-6), TV-Y7 (Directed to older children, suitable for children age 6 and above) • Fantasy Violence TY-Y7 (Directed to older children - Fantasy violence, suitable for children age 6 and above, containing more intense or combative fantasy violence) Lock System 72 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu Description TV RatingGeneral Blocks the TV programs that you want based on the ratings by using the Parental Control Function (V-Chip). The V-Chip electronically reads TV program ratings and allows parents to block program that are unsuitable for children. • Age TV-G (General audience, suitable for all ages) TV-PG (Parental guidance suggested, containing material that are unsuitable for younger children) TV-14 (Parents strongly cautioned, containing material that are unsuitable for children age 14 and under) TV-MA (Mature audience only, unsuitable for children age • Dialog (suggestive dialogue) TVPG or TV-14 • Language (coarse language)TVPG, TV-14, or TV-MA • Sex (sexual situation) TV-PG, TV-14, or TV-MA • Violence TV-PG, TV-14, or TV-MA Downloadable Rating This function operates only when TV has received Region5 Rating data. The name of the rating option may differ. Input Block Block the input sources. Lock System CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu Key Lock 73 Description Locks control buttons on projector. • Key Lock function remains intact even in case of power outage or when the power cord is removed from the wall socket. • Key Lock function can only be set by remote control, and not by the button on the projector. • If you select On: You can turn the projector on only with the Power button if you have turned the projector off using the remote control. If you press a button on the control panel while watching video, the message "Key Lock" is displayed. 74 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS OPTION 1 Settings 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or button to select OPTION 1 and press the OK button. 3 Use the , , , or ￼￼ button to set up the desired item and press the OK button. --To return to the previous menu, press the button. OPTION 1 ꔂ Move ꔉ OK •• Language •• Caption : Off •• DivX(R) VOD •• Initial Setting The available option 1 settings are described as follows. Menu Language Description Selects a desired Menu Language. View subtitles when the TV station provides subtitled programing. Program subtitles work only on digital/ analog broadcasts. Change Caption to On and select caption setting. Caption Mode CC 1-4 (Closed Captioning) / Text 1-4 Displays the audio portion of a TV program as text on the TV screen. CC 1 is the most common mode in use. Field 1 data channels: two Captions (CC 1, CC 2), two Text (Text 1, Text 2). Field 2 data channels: two Captions (CC 3, CC 4), two Text (Text 3, Text 4). Service1-6 This is only available for the digital broadcasting system. CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu 75 Description Set up the size and color of the subtitles on Digital Option. Please select Set by Program or Custom. Select Custom to adjust minute options such as the subtitles’ size and color. Item Caption Digital Option Size Selects the wordsize. Font Selects a typeface for the text. Text Color Selects a color for the text. Text Opacity Adjusts the opacity for the text color. Bg Color Selects a color for the background color. Bg Opacity Adjusts the opacity for the background color. Edge Type Selects an edge type. Edge Color Selects a color for the edges. DivX(R) VOD Sets DivX related settings. Initial Setting Deletes all optional settings and returns to initial default mode. Once initialization is complete, the projector will turn off and on by itself. • If Lock System is activated, a pop-up password prompt will appear. • Do not turn off the power during initialization. 76 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS OPTION 2 Settings 1 Press the SETTINGS button. 2 Use the , , , or OPTION 2 ꔂ Move button to select OPTION 2 and press the OK button. •• Keystone •• Auto Keystone : On , , , or button to set up the desired item and press the OK button. --To return to the previous menu, press the button. •• PJT Mode : Front •• High Altitude : Off •• Blank Image : Blue •• Auto Power : Off 3 Use the 0- ꔉ OK + ￼ •• Self Diagnosis The settings for OPTION 2 are described as follows. Menu Keystone Auto Keystone PJT Mode Description To prevent the screen image from becoming trapezoidal, Keystone adjusts the top and bottom width of the image if the projector is not set at a right angle to the screen. Auto Keystone provides a rectangular screen image by automatically adjusting the Keystone number when there is a trapezoidal screen image caused by tilting of the projector. Item On Automatically adjusts the Keystone number. Off Manually adjusts the Keystone number. This function turns the projected image upside down or flips horizontal. • Select Rear when projecting from the back of the transparent screen purchased separately. • Select Front Ceiling when installing the product on the ceiling. • When the PJT Mode is Rear Ceiling/Front Ceiling, the left/right of the speaker changes automatically. CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS Menu Description High Altitude If the projector is used at an altitude higher than 1200 meters, turn this on. Otherwise, the projector may overheat or its protection function may be activated. If this happens, turn the projector off and then on again after waiting for several minutes. Blank Image Selects a background for blank Image. Makes the projector turn on automatically when the adaptor plug is inserted. Auto Power Self Diagnosis Item On When the AC/DC plug is connected to the projector, it turns on automatically. Off When the AC/DC plug is connected to the projector, it goes into standby mode. Troubleshoots functional problems that can arise while using the product. 77 78 CONNECTING DEVICES CONNECTING DEVICES You can connect various external devices to the projector. Computer/Notebook DVD Video Digital Device USB Games Console Headphone ￼ Mobile Phone HDMI - 79 Page USB Device - 39 Page Headphone - 80 Page Mobile Phone (MHL/Slimport) - 81 Page CONNECTING DEVICES Connecting HD Receiver, DVD Player, or VCR Player You can use various features after connecting a HD receiver, DVD player,VCR player, PC, laptop, etc. to the projector with an HDMI cable. HDMI Connection With an HDMI cable, you can enjoy high quality picture and sound. Using a HDMI cable, connect the HDMI/MHL port of the projector to the HDMI output port of the device to connect. Both video and audio are output at the same time. Press the INPUT button on the remote control and select HDMI. HDMI / MHL HDMI / MHL OFF / ON ANTENNA IN DC IN OFF / ON Accessories ￼ 79 The table below shows examples of switching the output. For more information, refer to the "External Output", "Connecting to an External Monitor", or similar sections of the owner's manual of your computer. Switching Output Brand NEC [Fn]+[F3] Panasonic [Fn]+[F3] Toshiba [Fn]+[F5] IBM [Fn]+[F7] Sony [Fn]+[F7] Fujitsu [Fn]+[F10] LG [Fn]+[F7] Samsung [Fn]+[F4] Adjust the control panel to enable mirroring after start-up. DC IN Macintosh ANTENNA IN 80 CONNECTING DEVICES Connecting Headphones You can listen to the audio through a headphone. HDMI / MHL HDMIANTENNA / MHL IN OFF / ON Optional Extras ￼ DC IN OFF / ON ANTENNA IN DC IN CONNECTING DEVICES 81 Using the Mirroring Function of a Mobile Phone MHL/Slimport Connection You must use a HDMI adapter to connect your cell phone to the projector and to output images and sound from your cell phone to the projector. The compatible HDMI adapters are different, depending upon your cell phone type. Therefore, purchase an appropriate MHL or Slimport adapter. (To find out whether your device is MHL/Slimport-certified, please contact your device manufacturer.) ￼ HDMI / MHL OFF / ON Optional Extras ANTENNA IN ￼ NOTE • When you connect a mobile phone to the HDMI/MHL port, you can see the mobile phone screen through a projector. --This only applies to mobile phones that support MHL/Slimport. --You can use the remote control for some applications. (However, , , , , and buttons on the remote control are disabled.) • Disconnect the MHL/Slimport cable from the projector when: --The MHL/Slimport function is disabled. --Your mobile device is fully charged in standby mode. 82 MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE Clean your Projector to keep it in optimal condition. Cleaning Cleaning the Lens If there is any dust or staining on the lens surface, you must clean the lens. Use an air spray or a cleaning cloth to clean the lens. To remove dust or stains, use an air spray or apply a small amount of cleaning agent onto a swab or soft cloth to lightly rub the lens. Please be aware that liquid may flow into the lens if the product is sprayed directly onto the lens. Cleaning the Projector Case To clean the projector case, first unplug the power cord. To remove dust or stains, use only a dry, lint-free, nonabrasive cloth to polish the lens. Do not use alcohol, benzene, thinners, or other chemicals, which may damage the case. SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS MODELS PH300 (PH300-NA) / PH300W (PH300W-NA) Resolution (Pixel) 1280 (Horizontal) × 720 (Vertical) Aspect Ratio 16:9 (Horizontal:Vertical) Projection Distance (Video size) 0.74 m to 3.76 m (50.8 cm to 254 cm) Ratio of Upward Projection 100 % Working range of the remote control 3m AC-DC Adaptor 19 V , 2.1 A (Adaptor Input 100-240 V @ 50/60 Hz) Audio Output 1W+1W Reception type DTV-ATSC/TV-NTSC Reception channels VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69, CATV 1-135, DTV 2-69, CADTV 1-135 External Antenna Impedance 75 Ω (VHF/ UHF) Height (mm) 63.9 (front)/54.5 (rear), 65.9 (with foot) Width (mm) 113.6 Depth (mm) 85.5 Weight (g) 430 USB Device 5 V, 0.5 A (max.) Power AC 100 to 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz 83 84 SPECIFICATIONS Temperature Operation environment Operation 0 °C to 40 °C Storage -20 °C to 60 °C Relative humidity Operation 0 % to 80 % Storage 0 % to 85 % * Contents in this manual may be changed without prior notice due to upgrade of product functions. Supported HDMI (PC) Modes Resolution Horizontal Frequency (kHz) Vertical Frequency (Hz) 640 x 350 31.468 70.09 640 x 480 31.469 59.94 720 x 400 31.469 70.08 800 x 600 37.879 60.31 1024 x 768 48.363 60.00 1152 x 864 54.348 60.053 1280 x 800 49.68 60 1280 x 1024 63.981 60.02 1360 x 768 47.712 60.015 1400 x 1050 65.317 59.979 1680 x 1050 65.3 60 • If an invalid signal is input into the projector, it will not be displayed properly on the screen or a message such as No Signal or Invalid Format will be displayed. • The projector supports the DDC1/2B type as the Plug & Play function (Auto-recognition of PC monitor). SPECIFICATIONS 85 Supported HDMI/DVI-DTV Mode Resolution Horizontal Frequency (kHz) Vertical Frequency (Hz) 480p 31.47 31.47 31.50 60 59.94 60 576p 31.25 50 720p 45.00 44.96 37.5 60.00 59.94 50 1080i 33.75 33.72 28.125 60 59.94 50 1080p 67.500 67.432 27.000 26.97 33.75 33.71 56.25 60 59.939 24.000 23.976 30.000 29.97 50 • To provide the best picture quality, a 1280 x 720 (720p) resolution is recommended. Open Source Software Information To obtain the source code under GPL, LGPL, MPL and other open source licenses, that is contained in this product, please visit http://opensource.lge.com. In addition to the source code, all referred license terms, warranty disclaimers and copyright notices are available for download. LG Electronics will also provide open source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering the cost of performing such distribution (such as the cost of media, shipping and handling) upon email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. 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