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LG LCD PROJECTOR
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set.
Retain it for future reference.
Record model number and serial number of the set.
See the label attached on the bottom of the set and
quote this information to your dealer when you
require service.
LP-XG2
OWNER’S MANUAL
LCD
PROJECTOR
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INSTALLATION AND
CONNECTION
CONTENTS
BASIC FUNCTIONS
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
POSITIONING
Before operating the
unit, please read this
manual carefully.
VIDEO/
TRACKING
INFORMATION
Safety Instructions
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Names of parts
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Installation and Connection
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Connecting to a Desktop PC
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Connecting to a Notebook PC
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Connecting to a Macintosh Desktop PC
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Connecting to a Macintosh PowerBook
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Connecting to a Video Source
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Turning on the Projector
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Operating the Projector
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Function checking
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Selecting source mode
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Using Still function
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Selecting language
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Using Flip Horizontal / Vertical function
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Using Blank function
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Checking lamp time
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Selecting PC screen size input signal
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Adjusting screen display
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Using Resize function
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Adjusting Video
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Using Tracking function
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Supported Monitor Display
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Maintenance
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Specifications
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INTRODUCTION
Safety Instructions
G Always keep the safety instructions to prevent any potential accident or misuse of the projector.
G Safety Instructions have two kinds of information, and each meaning of it is as below.
WARNING The violation of this instruction may cause serious injuries and even death.
NOTES The violation of this instruction may cause light injuries or damage of the projector.
✶ The meanings of symbols in the manual and the unit are as below.
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Take care of danger that may happen under specific condition.
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Take care of electric shock that may happen under specific condition.
G After reading this manual, keep it in the place that the user always can contact easily.
WARNING
Do not attempt to repair or adjust this
equipment. Contact your dealer or Service
center. High risk of electric shock!
Do not place anything containing liquid on
top of the projector. High risk of Electric
Shock or damage to the projector.
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or could give an
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Don’t insert any object into the exhaust vent .
This may cause a fire or could give
an electric shock.
Don’t place the projector in direct sunlight
or near a heat source(radiator or heater).
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This may cause a fire
or could give an
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PUSH
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WARNING
Use an air spray or soft cloth that is wet
with a neutral detergent and water for
removing dust or stains on the projection
lens.
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Don’t remove any covers (except lens
cover). High risk of Electric Shock!
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Only use the correct type of batteries for
the remote control. Dispose of used batteries carefully.
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This may cause a fire
or could give an
electric shock.
Don’t look directly onto the lens when the
projector is in use. Eye damage may occur!
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Don’t use the projector in damp place such
as a bathroom or any place where it is likely to get wet. Serious damage could occur
or risk of Electric Shock!
Don’t use the projector if there is smoke
or unusual smell from the projector.
Disconnect from the mains and contact
the service center. Risk of fire!
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Don’t look at laser beam directly as it may
cause eye damage.
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Safety Instructions
NOTES
Only use the projector on a level and stable surface.
Don’t cover the project when in use.
It makes internal temperature increase
and causes a fire.
It may fall down
or be upset.
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Disconnect from the mains and remove all
connections before moving.
Damage of cords may cause
a fire or electric shock.
Ensure the projector is connected to the
nearest mains socket to prevent the mains
lead from being stretched.
Loose connection may cause fire.
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SOURCE
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MENU
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It may cause electric shock.
Don’t use alcohol, benzene, or thinners to
clean any plastic parts of the projector.
Never use industrial chemicals or detergents.
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Never touch the power plug with wet hand.
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Ensure the power lead doesn’t trail across
any hot objects like a heater.
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It may make covering
parts melted
and cause a fire
or electric shock.
When disconnecting from the mains don’t
pull the mains lead as this may damage
the lead internally.
If you hold the cord when unplugging,
the internal line of the cord may be
cut. This may cause heating and a fire.
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NOTES
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Don’t use any sharp tools on the projector
as this will damage the casing.
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Don’t touch the lens of the projector. It may
cause damage of it.
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Place the projector where people will not
trip or tread on the power lead.
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If the projector requires cleaning inside contact the service centre. Accumulated dust
can cause mechanical failure.
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Don’t place the projector or the remote
control on a heater or use in a heated car.
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Use the indicated type of power source on
the projector. If you are not sure of the type
of power available, consult your dealer or
customer service center.
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Accumulated dust may
cause a fire,
electric shock from
deterioration,
or electric leakage.
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It may cause electric shock
or a fire.
Be sure to unplug when you don’t use
the projector for a long period or you are
absent.
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Don’t use the projector when the power
cord or the plug is damaged or the connecting part of wall socket is loose.
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Names of parts
Main Body
Rear remote
control sensor
Speaker
Power button
Control panel
Indicators
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Foot adjusting
button
Horizontal
leveler
Front remote
control sensor
Zoom ring
Foot
Focus ring
Lens cover
Rear Connecting Part
Computer Out
Computer Audio
Mouse
Mouse
Computer Out
Computer
Audio
R Audio L/MONO Video
Computer In
Computer In
S-Video
S-Video
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Audio / Video
Main power button
Kensington Security
System Connector
(Refer to page 12)
Rear remote control sensor
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Control Panel
ENTER Button
MENU Button
Selects or closes
menus.
D , E Button
MENU
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ENTER
VOL+
VOLUME Button
Selects menus and
items in the menus.
SOURCE Button
Checks present mode and
saves the change of functions.
Adjusts volume level and
functions of menus.
SOURCE
BLANK
BLANK Button
Switches to PC or
AV mode.
POWER
POWER Button
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Names of parts
Remote Control
POWER Button
MENU Button
SOURCE Button
R MOUSE Button
(Zoom-in Button)
L MOUSE Button
(Zoom-out Button)
POINTER Button
LASER Button
MOUSE DRAG Button
ENTER Button
BLANK Button
STILL Button
RESIZE Button
MUTE Button
VOLUME Button
AUTO TRACKING Button
ZOOM Button
Inserting the batteries
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Slide the battery cover
in the direction of the
arrow to remove.
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Insert the batteries with
correct polarity.
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Replace the battery
compartment cover to
the arrow direction.
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Functions on the Remote Control
Button
POWER Button
SOURCE Button
MENU Button
Function
Selects ON/OFF of power.
Switches to PC or AV mode.
Displays or hides the menu.
L MOUSE Button
(Zoom-out Button)
* Corresponds to the Left - Click of PC Mouse. This button
registers a menu selection and selects other custom functions.
* Downsizes the screen on the zoom function.
R MOUSE Button
(Zoom-in Button)
* Corresponds to the Right - Click of PC Mouse. This button
registers a menu selection and selects other custom functions.
* Enlarges the screen size on zoom function.
POINTER Button
* After selecting menus, controls selecting and adjusting
functions with the direction of up, down, left, right.
* Moves the screen with the direction of up, down, left, right
on zoom function.
* Moves and releases the selected icon on PC screen.
MOUSE DRAG Button
ENTER Button
ZOOM Button
RESIZE Button
AUTO TRACKING Button
BLANK Button
STILL Button
MUTE Button
Uses to select and drag an icon in PC mode.
Checks the present mode and saves the change of functions.
Refer to page 36.
Refer to page 37.
Refer to page 39~40.
Refer to page 31~32.
Refer to page 27.
Cuts off audio.
VOLUME Button
LASER Button
Adjusts volume level.
Makes a bright red laser point on the screen for attention.
(Don’t look at laser beam directly as it causes eye damage.)
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Installation and Connection
Accessories
1.5V
1.5V
Remote Control
Batteries 2 (size AA)
Power Cord
Audio/Video Cable
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Audio Cable
Computer Cable
Portable Bag
MAC Desktop Adaptor
Mouse Connecting Cables
PS/2 Mouse Cable
(IBM PC or Compatible)
MAC Serial Mouse Cable
Optional Extras
* Contact your dealer for buying these items.
* When applying a ceiling installer, use only the ceiling installer for LCD projector.
* Contact your dealer for replacing a new lamp.
Ceiling installer for LCD projector
S-Video Cable
Screen for projecting
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Lamp
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Using Kensington Security System
● The projector has Kensington Security System Connector on the back panel. Connect the Kensington
Security system cable as below.
● For the detailed installation and use of the Kensington Security System, refer to the user’s guide
attached to the Kensington Security System set.
And for further information, contact http://www.kensington.com, the internet homepage of the
Kensington company that deals with expensive electronic equipments such as notebook PCs or LCD
projectors.
● Kensington Security System is an optional item.
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Installation and Connection
Projector Status Indicators
* Lamp Indicator, operation indicator and temperature indicator at the top of the projector show the user the operating status
of the projector.
Lamp Indicator
Temperature indicator
Operation indicator
MENU
VOL-
Operation Indicator
Lamp Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Orange
Green
Off
VOL+
Standby.
On operation.
Power off.
Projection lamp is reaching the end of its life and needs
to be replaced with a new lamp.(over 1400 hours)
Orange
“Replace the Lamp”
Projection lamp has reached the end of its life and
cannot project images any longer.
Red
Replace the lamp with a new one. (over 1500 hours)
The projector has trouble in the lamp or around it.
Red(flashing)
Contact the service center.
Green(flashing) The lamp cover is not closed.
This projector is in high temperature. If you don’t
turn off the projector, it’ll be turned off automatically.
Orange
“Temperature is Too High”
Red
The projector is turned off as its high temperature.
Power is turned off as the trouble of internal cooling
Red (flashing)
fan. Contact your service center.
“ ” is the warning message on screen.
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Basic Operation of the Projector
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1 . Place the projector on a sturdy and horizontal
surface with the PC or AV source.
2 . Place the projector in the correct distance from
the screen. The distance between the projector
and the screen determines the actual size of
the image.
Screen size
610x460cm(300inch)
410x300cm(200inch)
200x150cm(100inch)
160x120cm(70inch)
120x90cm(50inch)
81x61cm(40inch)
Horizontal distance from
projector to screen
12.55m~16.35m
8.35m~10.87m
4.16m~5.42m
2.90m~3.78m
2.06m~2.69m
1.64m~2.15m
3 . Turn the projector so that the lens can be at a
right angle to the screen. If the projector is not
at a right angle, the screen image will be
crooked. At this time perform keystone function.
(Refer to page 35.)
4 . Connect the cables of the projector to a wall
power socket and other connected sources.
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Connecting to a Desktop PC
* You can connect the projector to a computer of VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA output.
* You can use resize function for VGA, SVGA output.
* Refer to page 41 for the projector supported monitor display.
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Connect either end of the computer cable to Computer In of the projector.
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Connect the monitor cable from the PC monitor to Computer Out of the projector if you want to see the
projected image on PC monitor.
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Connect the audio cable from the PC (LINE OUT sound port) to Computer Audio of the projector.
* If the PC has two audio out ports of SPEAKER OUT and LINE OUT, connect the LINE OUT port to get
better sound quality.
d.
Connect the PS/2 mouse(for IBM PC or compatible) cable(6 pin) to the Mouse of the projector.
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Connecting to a Notebook PC
Mouse
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< How to connect >
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Connect either end of the computer cable to Computer In of the projector.
b.
Connect the audio cable from the PC to Computer Audio of the projector.
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Connect the PS/2 mouse(for IBM PC or compatible) cable(6 pin) to the Mouse of the projector.
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Connecting to a Macintosh Desktop PC
* You must use the Macintosh desktop adaptor to connect the projector to a Macintosh PC.
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Connect either end of the computer cable to Computer In of the projector.
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Connect the monitor cable from the Macintosh monitor to Computer Out of the projector if you want to
see the projected image on Macintosh monitor.
c.
Set the adjusting number and letter of the Macintosh desktop adaptor in accordance with the resolution
you want to use and connect the adaptor to the Macintosh. (Refer to page 18 ~ 19)
d.
Connect the computer cable to the Macintosh desktop adaptor.
e.
Connect the audio cable from the PC to Computer Audio of the projector.
f.
Connect the mouse cable(4 pin) from the Macintosh mouse port to the Mouse of the projector.
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How to use the Macintosh desktop adaptor
Adjusting letter
ON
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Adjusting number
a. How to use
Usually set 1 ~ 6 to OFF status and 7 ~ 9 to ON status of the adjusting numbers. And select
the adjusting letter which is correct to the Macintosh and the monitor. (Refer to page 19.)
b. Notes for Connecting to the Macintosh PowerBook
If you get problems when connecting it to the projector, set the adjusting number 9 to OFF
status and restart the Macintosh PowerBook.
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Connecting to a Macintosh PC
Adjusting letters of MAC desktop adaptor in accordance with kinds of MAC and output spec.
output
resolution
horizontal frequency(KHz)
vertical frequency(Hz)
12¥RGB
512x384
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640x480
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640x870
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MAC llci, llsi
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LCIII
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LC 475, LC 550
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400,405,410,430,600,600CD
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700,900
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605,610,650,800,950
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output spec
MACS
adjusting letter
VGA
640x480
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800x600
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800x600
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16¥Color 19¥Color 19¥Color
832x624 1024x768 1024x768
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75
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1150x870 1152x870
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PAL
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Centris
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PowerBook
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Connecting to a Macintosh PowerBook
Mouse
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Computer Out Audio
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Computer In
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Connect either end of the computer cable to Computer In of the projector.
b.
Set the adjusting number and letter of the Macintosh desktop adaptor in accordance with the resolution
you want to use and connect the adaptor to the Macintosh PowerBook.(Refer to page 18 ~ 19)
c.
Connect the other end of the computer cable to the Macintosh desktop adaptor.
d.
Connect the audio cable from the PC to Computer Audio of the projector.
e.
Connect the mouse cable from the Macintosh mouse port to the Mouse of the projector.
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Connecting to a Video Source
* You can connect a VTR, a camcorder, a LDP or any other compatible video image source to the projector.
Mouse
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Computer Out Audio
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Computer In
S-Video
S VIDEO
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< How to connect 1 >
a.
When connecting the projector to an A/V source, connect the A/V input ports of the projector to the output ports of the A/V source with A/V cables of the same color. The video cable is yellow and the left audio
is white and right audio is red.
< How to connect 2 >
b.
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Connect S-Video input port of the projector to S-Video output port of A/V source with S-Video cable.
* You can get better picture quality when connecting S-Video source to the projector.
* If you connect S-Video cable and Video cable simultaneously, you will get only the playing image of SVideo source.
* If the Audio output of other external equipments is mono, do connect Audio cable only to the white
port(Audio L) of the projector.
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Turning on the Projector
1
Remove the lens cover of the projector.
2
Press the main power button on the back panel.
3
Press the POWER button on the remote control or top cover.(Green operation indicator flashes
during warming up of the lamp.)
● An image appears after the green power indicator is flashed for some time.
● Select the source mode with the SOURCE button.
Adjust volume level.
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If you press VOLUME G button, sound and volume level number are increased.
If you press VOLUME F button, sound and volume level number are decreased.
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* Don’t turn main power off and don’t unplug the power cord while the ventilation
pan(inlet/outlet) is working.
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Operating the Projector
Focusing and Positioning the Screen Image
When an image appears on the screen, check if it is in proper focus and fits well to the screen.
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Zoom ring
Focus ring
● To adjust the focus of the image, rotate the focus ring which is the outer ring on the lens.
● To adjust the size of the image, rotate the zoom ring which is the inner ring on the lens.
To raise or lower the image on the screen, extend or retract the foot at the bottom of the projector
by pushing foot adjuster button as below.
Push
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Press the foot adjuster button while you support the other side of the projector. This unlocks the foot and can make it
move freely. Take care not to drop the projector.
While pressing the foot adjuster button, raise or lower the projector to place the screen image in the proper position.
Release the button to lock the foot in its new position.
To fine-tune the height of the projector, rotate the front foot to raise or lower it.
After raising the front foot, do not press down on the projector.
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If the projector is installed on a place that is not stable or horizontal, the projected screen shape
will be distorted.
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Horizontal leveler
● Adjust the screen shape to be horizontal and rectangular with horizontal leveler as above.
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Function checking
* Without PC or Video signal the OSD doesn’t appear.
1
Press the MENU button.
2
Move the POINTER button up or down to select a menu and press the ENTER button. Each time you
press the button you can see menus as below.
Menu
G
G
G
G
exit
move
enter
Menu
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
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G
G
Menu
exit
VIDEO
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G SPECIAL
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move
enter
Menu
move
select
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Language
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
Press Enter to Start
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exit
VIDEO
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Auto Tracking
Clock
Phase
exit
move
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TRACKING
exit
G
G
move
adjust
VIDEO
POSITION
Horizontal
Vertical
Keystone
Zoom
Resize
English G
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POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
Menu
G
adjust
VIDEO
Contrast
Brightness
Color R
Color G
Color B
Reset
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SPECIAL
TRACKING
Move the POINTER button up or down to select a function that you want to use or adjust.
● To finish the menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
* In AV mode, [Horizontal] / [Vertical] in POSITION menu, [VGA Text] in SPECIAL menu and TRACKING
menu are not displayed.
* The sub menus of VIDEO menu in AV mode are different from those in the PC mode. (Refer to page 38).
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1
Press the SOURCE button
2
Each press of the SOURCE button changes the display as below.
PC
ENGLISH
Selecting source mode
AV
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Using Still function
1
Press the STILL button.
* You can still the input image from PC or AV source.
<Moving Image>
2
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To finish this function, press the STILL button again.
<Still Image>
1
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Selecting language
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the SPECIAL menu
as below.
Menu
G
G
G
G
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
2
Press the ENTER button and move the POINTER button up or down to select [Language] item.
3
Move the POINTER button left or right to select the language you want to use.
● On-Screen-Display(OSD) is marked in the selected language from this point.
● To finish menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
Menu
exit
VIDEO
G POSITION
E SPECIAL
move
select
G
Language
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
G
English G
TRACKING
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Using Flip Horizontal / Vertical function
Flip Horizontal Function
* This function reverses the left and the right side of the projected image. Use this function when projecting from behind
onto a transparent screen being viewed from the opposite side.
1
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the SPECIAL menu.
Menu
G
G
G
G
2
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
Press the ENTER button and move the POINTER button up or down to select [Flip Horizontal] item.
Menu
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
G POSITION
E SPECIAL
G
Language
Flip Horizontal Press Enter to Flip
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
G
3
Press the ENTER button to see reversed image.
● Each time you press the button, the image will be reversed.
● To finish menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
Menu
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
E SPECIAL
G
Language
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
G
TRACKING
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Flip Vertical Function
* This function reverses the upper and the lower side of the projected image.
* When you hang the projector upside down from the ceiling for using, you need to reverse all the sides(left, right, upper,
lower) of the image.
1
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the SPECIAL menu.
exit
Menu
G
G
G
G
2
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
Press the ENTER button and move the POINTER button up or down to select [Flip Vertical] item.
Menu
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
G POSITION
E SPECIAL
G
Language
Flip Horizontal
Press Enter to Flip
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
G
3
TRACKING
Press the ENTER button to see reversed image.
● Each time you press the button, the image will be reversed.
● To finish menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
Menu
exit
move
enter
G
Language
Flip Horizontal
Press Enter to Flip
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
G
TRACKING
TRACKING
VGA Text
Lamp Time
Blank Image
Flip Vertical
Flip Horizontal
Language
VIDEO
G POSITION
E SPECIAL
G
Press Enter to Flip
SPECIAL
G POSITION
G VIDEO
E
Menu
exit
move
enter
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Using Blank function
* This function may be effective if you need to get attention of the attendants in meetings or briefings.
1
Press the BLANK button.
* The screen turns to be covered with background color and sound becomes off.
* You can choose the background color. Refer to page 32.
2
To exit the blank status, press the BLANK button again.
* If exiting the blank status sound also becomes on.
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Selecting Blank Image color
1
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the SPECIAL menu.
exit
Menu
G
G
G
G
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
2
Press the ENTER button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the [Blank Image]
item.
3
Move the POINTER button left or right to select the color you want to use.
● Background color will be changed to the selected color from this point.
● To exit menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
Menu
exit
move
select
VIDEO
G POSITION
E SPECIAL
G
Language
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
G
Blue
G
TRACKING
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Checking lamp time
1
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the SPECIAL menu
as below.
Menu
G
G
G
G
2
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
Press the ENTER button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the [Lamp Time]
item.
Menu
exit
move
VIDEO
POSITION
E SPECIAL
G
G
Language
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
G
0 Hr
TRACKING
● You can see the used lamp time.
● When the lamp time is reaching 1400 hours, the lamp indicator is turned to orange color.
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* When PC input mode, select the appropriate screen size in SPECIAL menu as below before turning on the
PC to get the image size of PC on DOS mode to be fit on the projected screen.
* In other screen size signals except 640X400 70Hz and 720X400 70Hz, the projected screen sizes are adjusted automatically.
1
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the SPECIAL menu
as below.
Menu
G
G
G
G
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
2
Press the ENTER button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the [VGA Text]
item.
3
Move the POINTER button left or right to select the screen size you want to use.
Menu
exit
move
select
VIDEO
G POSITION
E SPECIAL
G
Language
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Blank Image
Lamp Time
VGA Text
G
720X400 G
TRACKING
● a. Selecting 720X400
: When input signals are 720X400 70Hz or 640X400 70Hz , the projected screen size is always adjusted
to the format of 720X400 70Hz.
b. Selecting 640 X 400
: When input signals are 720X400 70Hz or 640X400 70Hz , the projected screen size is always adjusted
to the format of 640X400 70Hz.
● To exit menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
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Selecting PC screen size input signal
Adjusting screen display
Positioning
* If the image size does not fit the screen in accordance with the input source, set the position of the
image by selecting Horizontal / Vertical position.
* Keystone function adjusts the upper and lower width of the projected image to prevent the image
shape from being a trapezoid shape. Use this function when the screen or the projector is slanted
and cannot make rectangular projection angle.
1
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the POSITION menu.
Menu
G
G
G
G
2
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
Press the ENTER button and move the POINTER button up or down to select (Horizontal),
(Vertical) or (Keystone) item.
< PC mode >
Menu
exit
move
adjust
VIDEO
E POSITION
G
Horizontal
Vertical
Keystone
Zoom
Resize
G
G
3
0
SPECIAL
TRACKING
Press the POINTER button and move the button left or right or press the VOLUME (F,G) button
to adjust the screen condition as you want.
● (Horizontal), (Vertical) , (Keystone) are adjusted from -50 to +50.
● To exit the menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
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Zoom Function
1
Press the ZOOM button.
2
Move the POINTER button to move the rectangular zooming area and press the ENTER button
to zoom the target area.
3
Press the L MOUSE or R MOUSE button to adjust the zoom level.
* L MOUSE button makes the image look smaller.
* R MOUSE button makes the image look larger.
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Move to the position you want to see the enlarged display by moving the POINTER button
left,right,up, or down.
5
Press the ZOOM button again to finish the zoom function.
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* You can use this function by using the MENU button.
* In the zoom mode, you can adjust horizontal / vertical position with the POINTER
button.
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Using Resize function
* You can use this function only under SVGA (800x600) mode in case of LP-XG2 model.
1
Press the RESIZE button.
Each press of the button changes the display as below.
< AV mode >
Scaled
4:3
Original
16 : 9
* You can also use this function by using the MENU button.
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< PC mode >
1
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select each VIDEO menu.
<PC Mode>
Menu
G
G
G
G
2
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
<AV Mode>
Menu
G
G
G
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
Press the ENTER button.
<PC Mode>
Menu
E
exit
Contrast
Brightness
Color R
Color G
Color B
Reset
G
G
G
move
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
adjust
<AV Mode>
Menu
E
exit
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Reset
80
G
G
move
adjust
VIDEO
80
POSITION
SPECIAL
3
Move the POINTER button up or down to select a video item you want to adjust.
4
Move the POINTER button left or right or press the VOLUME (F,G) button to adjust the selected
video item as you want.
● To restore the original image condition after changing it, press ENTER button after selecting (Reset) item.
● To finish menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
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Adjusting Video
Using Tracking function
● TRACKING menu is not displayed in <AV mode>.
Auto Tracking Function
* Auto Tracking Function
This function assures you of getting the best video quality by automatically adjusting the difference of horizontal width
and tremor of the image. This difference is caused by disaccord of the internal signal of the projector and diverse graphic signals of PC.
* This function is operated only in PC mode.
1
Press the AUTO TRACKING button.
Auto Tracking
* Image positioning and tremor adjusting are automatically performed.
2
Adjust [Clock] or [Phase] in TRACKING menu after operation of [Auto Tracking] if you want to
get better picture quality in accordance with diverse PC input modes. (Refer to page 40.)
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* You can also use this function by using the MENU button.
* Perform this function while on stopped image because you may not get the best
video quality on a moving image of PC graphic signal.
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* TRACKING menu is not displayed in AV mode.
Clock / Phase Function
* Clock Function
This function adjusts the horizontal width of the projected image to get the image to fit on the screen size.
* Phase Function
This function is for the detailed adjustment of the clock function.
* These functions are operated only in PC mode.
1
Press the MENU button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the TRACKING
menu.
Menu
G
G
G
G
2
exit
move
enter
VIDEO
POSITION
SPECIAL
TRACKING
Press the ENTER button and move the POINTER button up or down to select the (Clock) or
(Phase) item.
Menu
exit
move
adjust
VIDEO
G POSITION
G SPECIAL
E TRACKING
G
Auto Tracking
Clock
Phase
3
0
Move the POINTER button left or right or press the VOLUME (F,G) button to adjust the screen
condition.
● To exit the menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
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Supported Monitor Display
* The projector displays images at a resolution of 1024x768 pixels. To display higher resolution
images(1152x864mode, 1280x1024mode), the projector compresses it to 1024x768. The following table lists the
display formats supported by the projector.
Sources
VGAEGA
PC98 / VGA text
VGA
SVGA
XGA
SXGA
UXGA
MAC 16¥
19¥
20¥
Format
640X350
640X350
640X400
720X400
720X400
640X480
640X480
640X480
640X480
640X480
640X480
640X480
800X600
800X600
800X600
800X600
800X600
800X600
800X600
1024X768
1024X768
1024X768
1024X768
1024X768
1152X864
1152X864
1152X864
1152X864
1280X960
1280X960
1280X960
1280X1024
1280X1024
1280X1024
1600X1200
832X624
1024X768
1024X768
1152X870
Vertical Freq.(Hz)
70.090Hz
85.080Hz
85.080Hz
70.082Hz
85.039Hz
59.940Hz
66.667Hz
72.800Hz
75.00Hz
85.008Hz
100.040Hz
120.00Hz
56.250Hz
60.317Hz
72.188Hz
75.00Hz
85.061Hz
90.00Hz
100.00Hz
43.479Hz
60.004Hz
70.069Hz
75.029Hz
84.997Hz
60.053Hz
70.016Hz
75.00Hz
85.057Hz
60.00Hz
75.00Hz
85.002Hz
60.020Hz
75.025Hz
85.024Hz
60.00Hz
74.550Hz
60.004Hz
75.029Hz
75.062Hz
Horizontal Freq. (kHz)
31.468kHz
37.861kHz
37.861kHz
31.469kHz
37.927kHz
31.469kHz
35.00kHz
37.861kHz
37.500kHz
43.269kHz
53.011kHz
64.062kHz
35.156kHz
37.879kHz
48.077kHz
46.875kHz
53.674kHz
56.00kHz
64.016kHz
35.522kHz
48.363kHz
56.476kHz
60.023kHz
68.677kHz
54.348kHz
63.995kHz
67.500kHz
77.487kHz
60.00kHz
75.00kHz
85.938kHz
63.981kHz
79.976kHz
91.146kHz
75.00kHz
49.725kHz
48.363kHz
60.023kHz
68.681kHz
* If the projector does not support the input signal, “CHECK INPUT SIGNAL” message appears on the screen.
* The projector supports DDC1/2B type as Plug & Play function.(Auto recognition of PC monitor)
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* The projector needs little maintenance. You should keep the lens clean because any dirt or stains may appear
on the screen. You will also need to clean the air filter attached at the bottom of the projector periodically
because a clogged air filter prevents proper ventilation that is necessary to cool the projector and prevents it
from overheating. If any parts need to be replaced, contact your dealer. When cleaning any part of the
projector, always turn the power off and unplug the projector first.
Cleaning the lens
Clean the lens whenever you notice dirt or dust on the surface of it. Wipe the lens surface gently with an air
spray or a soft, dry lint-free cloth.
To remove dirt or stains on the lens, moisten a soft cloth with water and a neutral detergent and wipe the lens
surface gently.
Cleaning the Projector Case
To clean the projector case, first unplug the power cable. To remove dirt or dust, wipe the casing with a soft,
dry, lint-free cloth. To remove stubborn dirt or stains, moisten a soft cloth with water and a neutral detergent
and then wipe the casing.
Do not use alcohol, benzene, thinners or other chemical detergents as these can cause the casing to be
warped.
Cleaning the Air Filter
The air filter, which is located at the bottom of the projector, should be cleaned after every 100 hours’ use.
If it is not cleaned periodically, it can become clogged with dust and prevent the projector from being ventilated properly. This may cause overheating and damage of the projector.
To clean the air filter :
1. Switch the projector off and unplug the power cable from the wall socket.
2. Stand the side of the projector so that the handle can be at the top, and you can easily access the air filter.
3. Push the opening tip of the air filter cover and remove the cover.
4. The air filter is in the cover of it. To clean the filter, you’d better use a small vacuum cleaner designed for
computers or other office equipments. If not, you may use a dry, lint-free cloth.
If it is difficult to remove dirt or the filter is torn, contact your dealer or the service center to replace it .
5. Close the filter cover after cleaning.
6. Plug the power cable back into the wall socket.
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* When installing the projector on the ceiling use screws of which length is within 5 mm.
* Contact your dealer to get screwes for fixing, the ceiling installer and the detailed
explanation to install.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Reset Lamp T ime
* You must reset lamp time on the menu after replacing the lamp.
1
Turn the power off but keep pluged in. Press the buttons on the control panel in the sequence as
below.
D
E
F
G
MENU
ENTER
Lamp time will be initialized.
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* Power is not turned on after 1500 hours’use. In this case, you can turn the power
on only by initiating the lamp time with the above operation.
* If you don’t replace the lamp after resetting the lamp time, the lamp may be damaged.
Specifications.
LP-XG2
22.9mm(0.9 inches)
LP-XG2 : 1024(Horizontal) x 768(Vertical)pixel
1.01~7.6m(40~300 inches)
1.64~16.35m(5.03~54.08 feet)
12m
1W
4:3(horizontal:vertical)
1:1.3
Model
LCD panel size
resolution
screen size
projecting distance
remote control distance
speaker system
horizontal / vertical ratio
zoom ratio
AC 110 - 240V~50/60Hz
Power
98.5mm(including front foot)
height
238mm
breadth
329.5mm(including lens)
length
3.4kg
weight
Operating Condition
Projection Lamp
temperature
lamp model
In operation : 32~104°F(0°C~35°C)
In storage and transit : -4~140°F(-20°C~60°C)
TP-L2
humidity
power consumption
In operation : 20 ~ 80% relative humidity by dry hygrometer
Not in operation : 10 ~ 90% relative humidity by dry hygrometer
150W
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