The product color and shape may vary depending on the model. To avoid injuries or damage to property, please read the following precautions carefully and use the product accordingly. Failure to follow the instructions marked with this symbol may cause personal injury or even fatality. Failure to follow the instructions marked with this symbol may cause personal injury or damage to the product or property. | Power Related | Installation Related | Cleaning and Use Related | [The images here are for reference only, and are not applicable in all cases (or countries).] Insert the power plug firmly so that it does not come loose. z When the connection is not firm, it may cause a fire. Do not use loose power outlets or damaged power cables. z There is a danger of electric shock or fire. Under no circumstances touch the power plug with wet hands. z There is a danger of electric shock. Do not plug multiple devices into a single wall outlet. z There is a danger of fire. Do not bend the power cord excessively or place heavy objects on it. z There is a danger of electric shock or fire. Before moving the product, make sure the power is off and remove the power cord from the wall outlet. In addition, make sure all connection cables are disconnected from other devices before moving it. z Moving the product without disconnecting the power cord may damage the power cord and cause electric shock or fire. To disconnect the apparatus from the mains, the plug must be pulled out from the mains socket, therefore the mains plug shall be readily operable. z There is a danger of electric shock or fire. Always unplug the unit by holding the power plug. Pulling the power cable may damage the inside of it. z There is a danger of fire. Unplug the power plug before cleaning the product. z There is a danger of electric shock or fire. | Power Related | Installation Related | Cleaning and Use Related | TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF FIRE, KEEP CANDLES OR OTHER OPEN FLAMES AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT AT ALL TIMES. z There is a danger of fire. When installing the product in a cabinet or on a shelf, make sure the front end of the base does not protrude. z Dropping the product may damage it or cause injury. Keep the power cord away from heaters. z The coating of the power cord may melt and cause electric shock or fire. Do not install the product in locations exposed to oil, smoke, moisture or water (rainwater), or in a vehicle. z There is a danger of electric shock or fire. Do not install the product in locations with poor ventilation such as a bookshelf, closet, etc. z An increase in the internal temperature may cause a fire. Do not install on an unstable location, or on a stand smaller than the product. z If the product falls it may harm children. Install on a flat and stable location as the front part is heavy. In case of thunder/lightning, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet. z There is a danger of electric shock or fire. Make sure the product's vents are not blocked by a table cloth or curtain. z An increase in the internal temperature may cause a fire. Place the product on the ground carefully. z Doing so may cause damage or injury. Do not drop the product while carrying it. z Doing so may cause damage or injury. Keep the product out of children’s reach. z If the product falls it may cause harm to children. Install on a flat and stable location as the front part is heavy. | Power Related | Installation Related | Cleaning and Use Related | Do not insert any metal objects such as a fork, chopsticks, wires, gimlets, or inflammable objects such as paper into the vents, the PC/COMPOSITE port, the Power port or the Battery port. z This may cause electric shock or fire. If water or an alien substance enters the product, turn the product off, disconnect the power cord from a wall outlet and contact a Service Center. Do not disassemble, or attempt to fix or modify the product. z When the product requires repairs, contact a Service Center. Do not use or keep the product near flammable sprays or other such substances. z There is a danger of fire or explosion. Do not place containers with water, vases, drinks, chemicals, small metal parts or heavy objects on the product. z If water enters the product, it may cause electric shock, or fire and when heavy objects fall, it may cause injury. Do not let children place objects such as toys or cookies on the product. z If a child tries to reach for any of these objects, the product may fall and cause harm. Do not look directly at the light of the lamp nor project the picture onto eyes. z This is dangerous especially for children. When you remove batteries from the remote, be careful that they are not swallowed by children. Keep batteries out of the reach of children. z If swallowed, see a doctor immediately. If the product emits smoke, unusual noise, or there is a burning smell,disconnect the power plug immediately, and contact a Service Center. z There is a danger of electric shock or fire. If the power plug pin or jack is exposed to dust, water or alien substances, clean it thoroughly. z There is a danger of electric shock or fire. When cleaning the product, disconnect the power cord and wipe the product using a soft dry cloth. z Do not use any chemicals such as wax, benzene, alcohol, thinners, insecticide, air freshener, lubricant or detergent. When not using the product for an extended period of time, disconnect the power plug. z Otherwise, this may cause heat emission from the accumulated dirt or degraded insulation, leading to electric shock or fire. Do not install the product in places with heavy dust, chemical substances, high or low temperatures, high humidity, or where it will be operated for a long period continuously etc. If the product is dropped or the casing is damaged, turn the product off and unplug the power cord. z This may cause electric shock or fire. Contact a Service Center. Take care not to lose the lens cover of the product. z The lens could get damaged. When replacing batteries, place the batteries in the correct +/- polarity position as indicated on battery holder. z Incorrect polarity may cause a battery to break or leak and could lead to fire, injury, or contamination (damage). Use only specified standard batteries. Do not use new and used batteries together. z Incorrect polarity may cause a battery to break or leak and could lead to fire, injury, or contamination (damage). Make sure to place your remote control on a table or desk. z If you step on the remote control, you may fall and hurt yourself or the product may be damaged. Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) - Europe only (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household waste at the end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or damage to health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other types of waste and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal. Correct disposal of batteries in this product - alleen voor Europa (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate battery return systems.) This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this product should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the reference levels in EC Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm to human health or the environment. To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please separate batteries from other types of waste and recycle them through your local, free battery return system. | Product Features | Product Views | Remote Control | Product Specifications | Optical engine with advanced DLP technology - Full 1920x1080 HD panel. - 6 segment color wheel to implement optimal colors. - 300W Lamp designed to improve luminance Vivid colors - Quality picture tuning focused on improving color - this unit aims at realizing color coordinates that meet broadcasting standards on video production. Minimized fan noise and light leakage - The airflow and fan installation structure are optimized to minimize fan noise and beam leakage. Various Input Ports - Abundant input terminals are available, such as two HDMI (supporting HDCP) terminals and two component terminals, etc., to enhance connectivity with peripheral devices. User adjustments - This unit allows adjustment of each input port. - The unit has a reference pattern that can be used for positioning and adjustment. - For the user's convenience, a backlight for the remote control is provided for use in dark surroundings. | Product Features | Product Views | Remote Control | Product Specifications | Front/Upper Side The product color and shape may vary depending on the model. 1. Indicators 7. Zoom Knob - TEMP (Red LED) Used to enlarge or reduce image size. - LAMP (Blue LED) 8. POWER( - STAND BY (Blue LED) ※ Refer to the LED Indications. ) Button Used to turn the projector on or off. 2. Focus Ring 9. SOURCE Button Used for Focus Adjustment. Used to select input signals from the external sources. 3. Lens 10.MENU Button 4. Lens Position Moving Dial Use this button to enter or exit a menu or to You can adjust screen images up and down move forward in a menu. within the lens range. 11.Select and Move Button( ※ Refer to Adjusting the Lens Position Moving Dial. / ) Use this button to move to or select an item within a menu. 5. Remote Control Signal Receiver 6. Adjustable Feet You can adjust the screen position by moving the adjustable feet up and down. The buttons on the top of the projector are touch buttons. Touch them lightly with your fingers to use them. Package Contents Quick Installation Guide Warranty (Not available in all locations) User Manual CD Remote Control/ 2 Batteries Power Cable Cleaning Cloth (Not available in all locations) LED Indications :Light is On STAND BY :Light is Blinking LAMP :Light is Off TEMP Information If you press the POWER button on the remote control or projector, the screen appears within 30 seconds. The projector is in normal operating condition. This state appears when the projector is preparing an operation after the POWER button on the projector or the remote control has been pressed. The POWER button is pressed to turn off the projector, and the cooling system is in operation to cool off the inside of the projector. (Lasts for about 1 minute and 30 seconds) Refer to Action 1 below if the cooling fan inside the projector is not in normal operation condition. Refer to Action 2 below if the lamp cover protecting the lamp unit is not closed properly. Power is turned off automatically when temperature inside of the projector goes beyond the control limit. Refer to Action 3. A problem has occurred when operating the DDP IC in the product. Refer to Action 4. A problem has occurred with the operation of the lamp. Refer to Action 5. The lifetime of the lamp has expired. Refer to Action 6. The memory in the product is not operating normally. Contact a service center. The power for the product is not operating normally. Contact a service center. A problem has occurred when operating the color wheel in the product. Refer to Action 4. Clearing Indicator Problems Classification Action 1 State Measures When the cooling fan If the symptom remains even after disconnecting and then system is not in normal reconnecting the power cord and turning the projector on again, operating condition. contact your product provider or our service center. When the lamp cover protecting the lamp unit is Action 2 not properly closed or the sensor system is not in normal operating condition. Check whether the screws at the bottom side of the projector are fastened correctly. If they are abnormally fastened, contact your product distributor or service center. When temperature inside Action 3 of the projector becomes too high. Action 4 When the DDP IC or color wheel fails to operate. Adjust the installation state of your projector by referring to the Installation Precautions section listed above. Cool down your projector sufficiently and then operate it again. If the same problem occurs continually, contact your product distributor or service center. Disconnect and reconnect the power cord and start the projector again. If the same symptom still occurs, contact your product distributor or service center. The lamp malfunctions after power Action 5 turns off abnormally or after powering on right after Turn the power off, wait for a sufficient amount of cooling time and then turn the power on to operate. If the same problem occurs continually, contact your product distributor or service center. turning off the projector. Action 6 When the screen becomes darker Check the lamp usage time on the Information Display screen. If you need to replace the lamp, contact your product distributor or service center. This Projector uses a cooling fan system to keep the unit from overheating. Operation of the cooling fan may cause noise, which does not affect the product performance and is part of normal operation. Rear Side 1. PC IN Input port 5. RS-232C port (For service input terminals) 2. COMPONENT IN 1/2 Input ports 6. VIDEO IN Input port 3. S-VIDEO IN Input port 7. Remote Control Signal Receiver 4. POWER Input port 8. HDMI IN 2, HDMI 1/DVI IN Input port | Product Features | Product Views | Remote Control | Product Specifications | 1. ON ( 2. COMP1 Button 3. VIDEO Button 4. S-VIDEO Button 5. PC Button 6. MENU Button 7. Move (▲ ▼ ◀ ▶)/ENTER Button 8. INFO Button 9. P.SIZE Button ) Button 10. STILL Button 11. P.MODE Button 12. OFF ( 13. ) Button LIGHT ( ) Button 14. HDMI1 Button 15. HDMI2 Button 16. COMP2 Button 17. RETURN Button 18. EXIT Button 19. D.BLACK Button 20. USER Button 21. INSTALL Button 1. ON ( ) Used to turn on the projector. 2. COMP1 Used to switch to COMPONENT 1 Mode. 3. VIDEO Used to switch to Video Mode. 4. S-VIDEO Used to switch to S-VIDEO Mode. 5. PC Used to switch to PC Mode. 6. MENU Used to display Menu Screen. 7. Move(▲ ▼ ◀ ▶)/ENTER Used to move to or select each menu item. 8. INFO Used to check source signals, picture setup, PC screen adjustment and lamp lifespan. 9. P.SIZE Used to adjust the size of picture screen. 10. STILL Used to see still images. 11. P.MODE Used to select Picture Mode. 12. OFF ( ) Used to turn off the projector. 13. LIGHT ( ) Used to operate remote control in dark room. 14. HDMI1 Used to switch to HDMI 1 Mode. 15. HDMI2 Used to switch to HDMI 2 Mode. 16. COMP2 Used to switch to COMPONENT 2 Mode. 17. RETURN Returns to the previous menu. 18. EXIT Used to make Menu Screen disappear. 19. D.BLACK Used to adjust the screen brightness and contrast by adjusting the iris in the optical system. 20. USER Used to select Picture User Adjust Mode. 21. INSTALL Used to flip or reverse the projected image. | Product Features | Product Views | Remote Control | Product Specifications | Design and specifications of the product may be modified without prior notice for better performance. Specifications Model Panel Lamp SP-A900B Size 24.1 mm / 0.9 inch Resolution 1920 x 1080 Manufacturer Texas Instrument Type 300 W UHP Life Time 2000 Hrs Manufacturer Philips Color 62.2 M (1920 x 1080 x 3 x 10 bit) Optimum resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz Resolution Maximum resolution 1920 x 1200 Input video signal Video, S-Video, Component, Analog PC, HDMI Input synchronization signal Separate H/V sync, TTL Maximum Pixel Clock 162 MHz Diagonal screen size 1016 mm ~ 7620 mm (16:9, Diagonal) Projection Range 1.5 m ~ 14 m Power Less than 410 W Consumption Power Voltage 110/220 Vac +/-10 %, 50/60 Hz +/-3 Hz Noise Theater : 24dB, Bright : 30dB 431.3 mm(W) x 468.5 mm(D) x 198.8 mm(H) Dimensions 17.0 inches(W) x 18.4 inches(D) x 7.8 inches(H) Weight 9.8 Kg / 21.6 lb Brightness 1,000 ANSI Contrast 12000:1 (Full On / Off) Key Features Operating User Temperature Environment and Humidity Storage Temperature 50 °F ~ 104 °F (10 °C ~ 40 °C), Humidity (10 % ~ 80 %) Temperature -4 °F ~ 113 °F (-20 °C ~ 45 °C) , Humidity (5 % ~ 95 %) This Class B equipment is designed for home and office use. The equipment has been registered regarding EMI for residential use. It may be used in all areas. Class A is for office use. Class A is for business while class B emits less electromagnetic waves than class A. The DMD Panel used in DLP Projectors consists of several hundred thousand micro mirrors. As with other visual display elements, the DMD Panel may include a few bad pixels. Samsung and the DMD Panel manufacturer have a rigid, bad pixel identification and limitation procedure in place and products will not exceed the maximum number of bad pixels set by our standards. Rarely, non-displayable pixels may exist, however it does not affect the picture quality nor the lifespan of the product. Supported Display Modes Input Source PC, DVI PC Resolution Total (HxV) Resolution 640x350 640x400 PC, DVI 640x480 PC PC, DVI 720x400 Horizontal Sync Frequency [kHz] polarity Vertical Sync Frequency [Hz] Pixel polarity Frequency Sync Type [MHz] 800x449 31.5 P 70.1 N 25.2 832x445 37.9 P 85.1 N 31.5 Sep. Sep. 832x445 37.9 N 85.1 P 31.5 Sep. 800x525 31.5 N 59.9 N 25.2 Sep. 800x525 31.5 N 60.0 N 25.2 Sep. 816x500 35.0 N 70.0 N 28.6 Sep. 832x520 37.9 N 72.8 N 31.5 Sep. 840x500 37.5 N 75.0 N 31.5 Sep. 832x509 43.3 N 85.0 N 36.0 Sep. Sep. 900x449 31.5 N 70.1 P 28.3 PC 1024x625 35.2 P 56.3 P 36.0 Sep. PC, DVI 1056x628 37.9 P 60.3 P 40.0 Sep. 1040x625 43.8 N 70.0 N 45.5 Sep. 1040x666 48.1 P 72.2 P 50.0 Sep. 1056x625 46.9 P 75.0 P 49.5 Sep. 1048x631 53.7 P 85.1 P 56.3 Sep. 1088x517 31.0 P 60.0 P 33.8 Sep. 1344x806 48.4 N 60.0 N 65.0 Sep. 1328x806 56.5 N 70.1 N 75.0 Sep. 1360x801 57.7 N 72.0 N 78.4 Sep. 1312x800 60.0 P 75.0 P 78.8 Sep. 1376x808 68.7 P 85.0 P 94.5 Sep. 1520x897 53.8 N 60.0 P 81.8 Sep. 1536x900 63.0 N 70.0 N 96.8 Sep. 1536x901 64.9 N 72.0 N 99.6 Sep. 1600x900 67.5 P 75.0 P 108.0 Sep. 800x600 PC 848x480 PC, DVI 1024x768 1152x864 1280x720 1280x768 1664x748 44.8 N 59.9 P 74.5 Sep. 1696x750 52.5 N 70.0 N 89.0 Sep. 1696x751 54.1 N 72.0 N 91.7 Sep. 1696x755 56.5 N 74.0 P 95.8 Sep. 1664x798 47.8 N 59.9 P 79.5 Sep. 1696x805 60.3 N 74.9 P 102.3 Sep. Sep. 1712x809 68.6 N 84.8 P 117.5 1800x1000 60.0 P 60.0 P 108.0 Sep. 1728x999 69.9 N 70.0 P 120.8 Sep. 1728x1001 72.1 N 72.0 N 124.5 Sep. 1728x1005 75.2 N 74.9 P 130.0 Sep. 1728x1011 85.9 P 85.0 P 148.5 Sep. 1688x1066 64.0 P 60.0 P 108.5 Sep. 1728x1066 74.6 N 70.0 N 128.9 Sep. 1728x1067 76.8 N 72.0 N 132.8 Sep. 1688x1066 80.0 P 75.0 P 135.0 Sep. 1728x1072 91.1 P 85.0 P 157.5 Sep. 1792x795 47.7 P 60.0 P 85.5 Sep. 1864x1089 65.3 N 60.0 P 121.8 Sep. 1896x1099 82.3 N 74.9 P 156.0 Sep. 1904x934 55.9 N 59.9 P 106.5 Sep. 1936x942 70.6 N 75.0 P 136.8 Sep. 1952x948 80.4 N 84.8 P 157.0 Sep. 1600x1200 2160x1250 75.0 P 60.0 P 162.0 Sep. PC, DVI 1920x1080 2080x1111 66.6 P 59.9 N 138.5 Sep. PC 1920x1200 2080x1235 74.0 P 60.0 N 154.0 Sep. 858x525 31.5 N 59.9 N 27.0 Sep. 858x525 31.5 N 60.0 N 27.0 Sep. 864x625 31.3 N 50.0 N 27.0 Sep. 1980x750 37.5 P 50.0 P 74.3 Sep. 1650x750 45.0 P 59.9 P 74.2 Sep. 1650x750 45.0 P 60.0 P 74.3 Sep. 2640x1125 28.1 P 50.0 P 74.3 Sep. 2200x1125 33.7 P 59.9 P 74.2 Sep. 2200x1125 33.8 P 60.0 P 74.3 Sep. 2640x1125 56.3 P 50.0 P 148.5 Sep. 2200x1125 67.4 P 59.9 P 148.4 Sep. 2200x1125 67.5 P 60.0 P 148.5 Sep. 858x525 15.7 N 59.9 N 13.5 Sep. PC 1280x960 PC, DVI 1280x1024 1360x768 PC 1400x1050 1440x900 720x480 720x576 1280x720 PC, HDMI(DVI) 1920x1080 1920x1080i 1920x1080 HDMI 720x480i 720x576i 720x480 720x576 1280x720 1920x1080 Component 1920x1080i 1920x1080 720x480i 720x576i 858x525 15.8 N 60.0 N 13.5 Sep. 864x625 15.6 N 50.0 N 13.5 Sep. 858x525 31.5 N 59.9 N 27.0 SOY 858x525 31.5 N 60.0 N 27.0 SOY 864x625 31.3 N 50.0 N 27.0 SOY 1980x750 37.5 P 50.0 P 74.3 SOY 1650x750 45.0 P 59.9 P 74.2 SOY 1650x750 45.0 P 60.0 P 74.3 SOY 2640x1125 28.1 P 50.0 P 74.3 SOY 2200x1125 33.7 P 59.9 P 74.2 SOY 2200x1125 33.8 P 60.0 P 74.3 SOY 2640x1125 56.3 P 50.0 P 148.5 SOY 2200x1125 67.4 P 59.9 P 148.4 SOY 2200x1125 67.5 P 60.0 P 148.5 SOY 858x525 15.7 N 59.9 N 13.5 SOY 858x525 15.8 N 60.0 N 13.5 SOY 864x625 15.6 N 50.0 N 13.5 SOY Supported Resolution/Size Modes O : Size & Overscan can be configured, x : Size & Overscan cannot be configured, △: Size can be configured Source Input Type HD HDMI SD HD Component SD Video & SD S- Video HD PC SD PC Picture Size Mode 16:9 Zoom1 Zoom2 4:3 Wide fit Anamorphic 1080p O O O O O O 1080i O O O O O O 720p O O O O O O 576p O O O O x O 480p O O O O x O 576i O O O O x O 480i O O O O x O 1080p O O O O O O 1080i O O O O O O 720p O O O O O O 576p O O O O x O 480p O O O O x O 576i O O O O x O 480i O O O O x x 576i △ O O △ x x 480i △ O O △ x x 1080p △ x x △ x x 1080i △ x x △ x x 720p △ x x △ x x 576p △ x x △ x x 480p △ x x △ x x 576i △ x x △ x x 480i △ x x △ x x 16:9 Mode △ x x △ x x 4:3 Mode △ x x △ x x Mode 16:9 4:3 Zoom 1 Zoom 2 Wide fit Anamorphic 1080p x x O O O O 1080i x x O O O O 720p x x O O O O Picture Position Modes Overscan : Off Source Input Type HD SD HDMI PC HD Component SD Video & S-Video SD Picture Position (H/V) 576p x x O O x O 640 x 480p x x O O x O 720 x 480p x x O O x O 576i x x O O x O 480i x x O O x O 1280 x 1024/60 x x x x x x 1024 x 768/60 x x x x x x 800 x 600/60 x x x x x x 720 x 400/70 x x x x x x 640 x 350/70 x x x x x x 1080p O O O O O O 1080i O O O O O O 720p O O O O O O 576p x x O O x O 480p x x O O x O 576i x x O O x O 480i x x O O x O 576i x x O O x x 480i x x O O x x Mode 16:9 4:3 Zoom 1 Wide fit Anamorphic Overscan : On Source Input Type Picture Position (H/V) Zoom 2 HD SD HDMI DVI HD Component SD Video & S- Video SD HD PC SD PC 1080p x x O O O O 1080i x x O O O O 720p x x O O O O 576p x x O O x O 640 x 480p x x O O x O 720 x 480p x x O O x O 576i x x O O x O 480i x x O O x O 1280 x 1024/60 x x x x x x 1024 x 768/60 x x x x x x 800 x 600/60 x x x x x x 720 x 400/70 x x x x x x 640 x 350/70 x x x x x x 1080p O O O O O O 1080i O O O O O O 720p O O O O O O 576p O O O O x O 480p O O O O x O 576i O O O O x O 480i O O O O x O 576i x x O O x x 480i x x O O x x 1080p O O O O O x 1080i O O O O O x 720p O O O O O x 576p O O O O O x 480p O O O O O x 576i x x x x x x 480i x x x x x x 16:9 Mode O O x x x x 4:3 Mode O O x x x x | Basic Settings | Connecting the Power | Connecting to video equipment | Installing the Projector Install the projector so that the beam from the projector is perpendicular to the screen. Place the projector so that the lens is at the center of the screen. If the screen is not vertically installed, the picture on the screen may not be a rectangle. Do not install the screen in bright surroundings. If the screen is too bright, the picture on the screen will not be displayed clearly. When installing the screen in bright surroundings, use curtains. You can install the projector in the following locations: Front-Floor / Front-Ceiling / Rear-Floor / Rear-Ceiling. (To view the installation position settings) To view the picture when installing the projector behind the screen, Install a semi-transparent screen. Select Menu > Setup > Install > Rear-Floor To view the picture when installing the projector in the front of the screen, Install the projector at the side where you are watching the screen. Select Menu > Setup > Install > Front-Floor Zoom and Focus Adjustment Zoom Knob Focus Ring You can adjust the size of image within zoom range by manipulating the Zoom Knob. Focus the picture on the screen using the Focus Ring. If your product is installed at a location out of the specified projection distance (refer to Screen Size and Projection Distance), the focus cannot be adjusted correctly. Leveling with Adjustable Feet For level placing of the projector, adjust the Adjustable Feet of the projector. You may adjust the level of the projector up to 3 degrees. Depending on the position of the projector, Keystone distortion of image may appear. Adjusting the Lens Position Moving Dial Move the picture projected on the screen up and down within the lens range by turning the Lens Shift Dial on the top side of the projector with your fingers. Screen Size and Projection Distance Install the projector on a flat, even surface and level the projector using the adjustable feet to realize optimal picture quality. If images are not clear, adjust them using the Zoom Knob or Focus Ring, or move the projector forward and backward. Screen size Horizental (M:inch) (X:mm) 40 Vertical(Y:mm) Min(Z:mm) Max(Z:mm) Offset (Y':mm) 886 498 1983.6 1523.1 50 50 1107 623 2479.5 1903.9 62 60 1328 747 2975.3 2284.6 75 70 1550 872 3471.2 2665.4 87 80 1771 996 3967.1 3046.2 100 90 1992 1121 4463 3427 112 100 2214 1245 4958.9 3807.7 125 110 2435 1370 5454.8 4188.5 137 120 2657 1494 5950.7 4569.3 149 130 2878 1619 6446.6 4950.1 162 140 3099 1743 6942.5 5330.8 174 150 3321 1868 7438.4 5711.6 187 160 3542 1992 7934.3 6092.4 199 170 3763 2117 8430.2 6473.2 212 180 3985 2241 8926 6853.9 224 190 4206 2366 9421.9 7234.7 237 200 4428 2491 9917.8 7615.5 249 210 4649 2615 10413.7 7996.3 262 220 4870 2740 10909.6 8377 274 230 5092 2864 11405.5 8757.8 286 240 5313 2989 11901.4 9138.6 299 250 5535 3113 12397.3 9519.3 311 300 6641 3736 14876.7 11423.2 374 This projector is designed to show images optimally on a 100 ~ 120 inch sized screen. A. Screen Z: Throw Distance Y': Distance from Lens Center to Image Bottom Setting up the PC Environment - Check the following items before connecting your PC to your projector. 1. Click the right mouse button on the Windows desktop and click on [Properties]. <Display Properties> tab will appear. 2. Click on [Settings] tab and set the <Screen resolution> by referring to <Resolution> described in the display mode table supported by this projector. You do not have to change <Color quality> setup. 3. Press the [Advanced] button. Another property window will appear. 4. Click on [Monitor] tab and set the <Screen refresh rate> by referring to <Vertical Frequency> described in the Supported Resolution/Size Modes table. Set up both the vertical and horizontal frequency instead of <Screen refresh rate>. 5. Click the [OK] button to close the window, and click the [OK] button of the <Display Properties> window to close the window. The computer may restart automatically. 6. Shut down the PC and connect to the projector. Process might vary depending on the type of computers or Windows versions. (For example, [Properties] appears instead of [Properties (R)] as shown in 1.) This appliance supports up to 32 bits per pixel in Color quality when it is used as a PC monitor. Projected images may differ from the monitor depending on monitor manufacture or Windows versions. When connecting the projector to a PC, check that PC setup complies to display settings supported by this projector. If not, there may be signal problems. | Basic Settings | Connecting the Power | Connecting to video equipment | 1. Rear of Projector Plug the power cord into the power terminal on the rear side of the projector. When used outside of the U.S., HAR cord with fittings of an approved agency may be used. | Basic Settings | Connecting the Power | Connecting to video equipment | Connecting a DVD player/Cable/Satellite Box to HDMI/DVI - Connecting using a HDMI/DVI cable Connect the [HDMI 1/DVI IN] terminal on the back of the projector and the DVI output terminal of the DVD player/Cable/Satellite box using a HDMI/DVI cable. - Connecting using a HDMI cable Connect the [HDMI 1/DVI IN] or [HDMI IN 2] terminal on the back of the projector and the HDMI output terminal of the DVD player/Cable/Satellite box using a HDMI cable. When the connection is finished, connect the power of your projector and DVD player/Cable/Satellite box. Using the Projector Turn on the projector and press the [HDMI1] button to select <HDMI 1>. Press the [HDMI2] button to select <HDMI 2> if [HDMI2] is connected. If “HDMI” mode cannot be selected, check whether the HDMI cable is connected correctly. Connecting a DVD player/Cable/Satellite Box via Component Connect the [COMPONENT IN 1 (Y/PB/ PR)] or [COMPONENT IN 2 (Y/PB/ PR)] input port at the back of the projector to the Component port at the back of the DVD player/Cable/Satellite box with the Component cable. When the connection is finished, connect the power of your projector and DVD player/Cable/Satellite box. Using the Projector Turn on the projector and press the [COMP1] button to select <Component 1>. Press the [COMP2] button to select <Component 2> if [COMPONENT IN 2] is connected. When Component Mode is not available, check that the component cables are in place. Component Ports are marked as (Y/PB/PR), (Y, B-Y, R-Y) or (Y, Cb, Cr), depending on the manufacturer. Connecting to VCR/Camcorder Connect [VIDEO IN(yellow)] input port of the projector to the VIDEO (yellow) OUT port of video equipment using the video cable. - If the video equipment has S-VIDEO OUT port, connect it to [S-VIDEO IN] input port of the projector. Using the S-VIDEO connection, provides a higher visual quality. When finishing connecting the devices, connect the power of the projector and the VCR. Using the Projector Turn on the projector and press the [Video] button to select <Video>. or Press the [S-VIDEO] button to select S-Video. Check that the projector and the video equipment are turned off before connecting cables. This projector does not support sound. (Separate audio system is needed for sound.) Connecting to PC Connect [PC IN] port on the rear side of the projector to the monitor output port of the PC using a PC video cable. When connections are all completed, connect both power codes of the projector and the PC. This product supports plug and play and therefore, if you use Window XP you do not need to setup the driver on your PC. Using the Projector Turn on the projector and press the [PC] button to select <PC>. If PC Mode is not available, check PC video cable is in place. Turn on the PC and set the PC Environment when necessary. Adjust the screen.(Auto Adjustment) Sound comes out from PC speakers. | Input | Picture | Setup | Option | * Click the Play( Screen ) button in the table below to view the video file. Description Adjustment Source List )/Stop( Play/Stop You can select a device connected to the projector to display. 1) Component 1 5) PC 2) Component 2 6) HDMI 1 3) S-Video 7) HDMI 2 4) Video Edit Name You can edit the names of devices connected to the projector. 1) Component 1 5) PC 2) Component 2 6) HDMI 1 3) S-Video 7) HDMI 2 4) Video | Input | Picture | Setup | Option | * Click the Play( Screen ) button in the table below to view the video file. Description Adjustment Mode )/Stop( Play/Stop Select a screen state which is customized to your projector or change the screen mode as required. 1) Mode - Dynamic Select this if you want the screen quality to be clearer than standard screen quality. - Standard You can comfortably view the projection screen if the surrounding is somewhat Mode bright. - Movie1, Movie2 Select this if your surroundings are dark. This saves energy and reduces eye fatigue. - User1, User2, User3 Select this if you want to view the screen in your customized screen Mode. You can set this in Mode-Save. 2) Contrast : Used to adjust the contrast between the object and the background. 3) Brightness : Used to adjust brightness of the entire picture. 4) Sharpness : Used to adjust the sharpness of the picture. ▶ [PC] mode is not supported. 5) Color : Used to adjust color lighter or darker. 6) Tint : Used to obtain more natural color of objects using Green or Red enhancement. Contrast Brightness Sharpness Color Tint ▶ You can only adjust Tint in [S-Video] and [Video] modes. 7) Color Temperature : You can change tint of the entire screen to suit your needs. - 5500K : Used to deliver optimal image quality for black-and-white films. - 6500K : This temperature is used for most video productions. It is the default setting for Movie1, and may deliver the most precise tint. Color Temperature - 8000K : This color temperature is appropriate for very bright places and is the defaut setting for Dynamic Picture Mode. The sharpness and brightness are emphasized. - 9300K : The color temperature appropriate to very bright places such as a shop. R-Gain G-Gain B-Gain R-Offset 1) Color Temperature 5) R-Offset 2) R-Gain 6) G-Offset 3) G-Gain 7) B-Offset G-Offset B-Offset 4) B-Gain 8) Gamma : An image compensation function that controls the settings according to the video properties. - Film : The best setting for watching a film. Gamma - Video : The best setting for watching a TV program. - Graphic : The best setting when you have a PC connected. 9) DynamicBlack™ : Adjusts the brightness and contrast of the screen by adjusting the tightening thread in the optical system. - Off : You can view the screen where the brightness is emphasized by opening the tightening thread fully. - Manual : You can view the screen while manually controlling the iris value from Dynamic Black™ minimum to maximum - Auto : You can view a more dynamic screen as the input screens are adjusted automatically. 10) Save : Used to save custom picture settings. Save 11) Reset : Restores the mode settings to the factory defaults. Reset Size You can select a screen size according to the type of scene. ▶ Refer to "Size Support Mode". 1) 16 : 9 2) Zoom1 3) Zoom2 4) Wide Fit 5) Anamorphic 6) 4 : 3 Position Adjust the screen position if it is not aligned. ▶ Refer to "Position Moving Support Mode". Digital NR When a dotted line is displayed or the screen shakes, you can view picture in better visual quality by enabling Noise Reduction. ▶ Digital NR can only be selected in [Video], [S-Video], [Component 1, 2] and [PC] modes. Black Level Using the Black Level function, you can set the light level of the darkest portion of the video signal so that you can clearly see dark areas on the screen. ▶ The Black Level can only be selected in [Video], [S-Video] and [HDMI] modes. ▶ For [Video] and [S-Video] Modes 1) 0 IRE : Sets the light level of the darkest portion of the video signal to low. If the setting does not match the input signal, the dark screen looks milky-white. 2) 7.5 IRE : Sets the light level of the darkest portion of the video signal to high. If the setting does not match the input signal, the dark screen is saturated and may not display properly. ▶ For [HDMI] Mode 1) Low : Set the brightness standard for dark signals to a low setting. If the input signal is an ' HDMI-Video ' type, unclear screens are displayed normally. 2) Normal : Set the brightness standard for dark signals to a high setting. If the input signal is an ' HDMI-PC ' type, dark screens are displayed bright. Color Pattern You can filter the color of the entire screen according to your taste. 1) Off : Shows the picture in the original color. 2) Monochrome : Shows the picture in black and white by filtering out all color signals. 3) Red : Shows the picture in red by filtering out the green and blue color signals. 4) Green : Shows the picture in green by filtering out the red and blue color signals. 5) Blue : Shows the picture in blue by filtering out the red and green color signals. Overscan Using this function, you can cut the edge of the picture when unnecessary information, images appear on the edge of the picture. ▶ Refer to "Size Support Mode". 1) Off 2) On 1080P/24fps This function displays the full 1080P@24Hz native HD signals which have 24 frames per Mode second with minimal scene distortion, as in a movie. Though the difference is small, this function implements the highest screen quality. ▶ You can adjust 1080P/24 Frame mode in [HDMI 1] and [HDMI 2] modes only. 1) Off : Displays scenes where 24 frames are lengthened to 60 frames. Because of this process, irregular scenes may be generated. 2) On : Displays scenes where 24 frames are lengthened to 48 frames. All scenes are displayed regularly without any irregular scenes. Film Mode Using this function, you can set the display mode optimized for playing movies when watching a movie. Film Mode provides optimal display settings for movies. ▶ Film Mode is only supported for [Video], [S-Video] and [Component 1, 2](480i,576i). 1) Off 2) On | Input | Picture | Setup | Option | * Click the Play( Screen )/Stop( ) button in the table below to view the video file. Adjustment Install Description Play/Stop To tailor the picture to the installation location, you can invert the projected images vertically/horizontally. 1) Front-Floor : Normal Image 2) Front-Ceiling : Horizontal/Vertical Reversed Image 3) Rear-Floor : Horizontally Reversed Image 4) Rear-Ceiling : Vertically Reversed Image Light Setting Used to set the image brightness by adjusting the amount of light generated by the lamp. 1) Bright : Used to enhance the brightness in relatively bright ambient light. Since this mode increases the light level of the lamp, you may experience more noise Bright which is produced when the projector is cooled down. 2) Theater : Using this function, you can adjust the light level of the lamp so that you Theater can comfortably watch pictures on the screen even when watching under dark conditions. It also lowers power consumption and extends the life of the lamp. Test Pattern Generated by the projector itself. Utilized as standard to optimize the installation of the projector. Crosshatch 1) Crosshatch : You can check whether the picture is distorted or not. 2) Screen Size : You can refer to picture format sizes such as 1.33 : 1 or 1.78 : 1. Screen Size 3) Color Standard : You can view the difference by changing the Color Standard to SMPTE_D/HD/EBU. 4) Red : Red Screen, only for color adjustment. Color Standard 5) Green : Green Screen, only for color adjustment. 6) Blue : Blue Screen, only for color adjustment. Red 7) White : White Screen, only for color adjustment. 8) 6500K_White : White Screen, brings out the white tones for a more real white. Green Blue ▶ The Crosshatch and Screen Size patterns of this projector are provided by JKP (JK Production). ▶ The Red/Green/Blue colors of the test patterns are only for the color adjustment White procedures, and may not comply with the actual colors displayed during video 6500K_White playback. PC Eliminates or reduces noise that causes unstable screen quality, such as screen shaking. If the noise is not removed using Fine Adjustment, adjust the frequency to the maximum and then perform Fine Adjustment again. Auto Only activated in the PC environment. Adjustment Coarse 1) Auto Adjustment : Used to adjust frequency and phase of PC screen automatically. Fine 2) Coarse : Used to adjust frequency when vertical lines appear on PC screen. 3) Fine : Used to fine tune the PC screen. Zoom 4) Zoom : Used to extend PC screen from the center. 5) Reset : Using this function, you can reset the PC menu settings to the factory default settings. Color Standard You may adjust the color standard to suit the color standard of the input signal. 1) SMPTE_C : Standardized for Video Equipment by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers 2) HD : High Definition, 1125 scan lines, standard definition TV submitted to the ITU-R by U.S., Japan and Canada, in 1986. 3) EBU : Regulations and standards for European Broadcasting Production and Technology, standardized by the European Broadcasting Union. Reset Factory Default Using this function, you can reset various settings to the factory default settings. | Input | Picture | Setup | Option | * Click the Play( Screen )/Stop( Description Adjustment Language You can select the language used for the menu screen. Menu Position You can move Menu Position up/down/left/right. Menu You can set the translucency of menu. Translucency 1) Opaque 2) Low 3) Medium 4) High Menu Display You can set the display time of the menu. Time 1) 5 sec 5) 90 sec 2) 10 sec 6) 120 sec 3) 30 sec 7) Stay On 4) 60 sec ) button in the table below to view the video file. Play/Stop LED Indicator You can enable or disable the operating LED's on the product. 1) Off : This mode disables the operating LED. However, the LED will come on regardless of the LED setting when the power is turned on or off or when the projector is in an abnormal state. 2) On : This mode enables the operating LED so that it can display the current operating state of the projector. Light Effect You can turn the LED indicators on your projector on or off according to your requirements. 1) Off : LED will not come on. 2) In Standby : Turns the LED on in standby mode. 3) In Watching TV : Turns the LED on while watching TV. 4) Always : LED will come on after you turn the TV off. Appears as an ellipse at the top at the back of your projector. Blue screen The Blue screen function causes the screen to change to the Blue screen if there is no signal input from the external device connected to your projector. 1) Off 2) On Information You can check external source signals, picture setup, PC picture adjustment and lamp use time. | Before Contacting Service Personnel | Installation and Connection Symptoms Troubleshooting No Power. z Check the power cable connections. I want to install my projector on z The ceiling installation support is sold separately. Contact your local product distributor. the ceiling. External Source can not be z Be sure that the connection cable(s) (video) is properly connected to the proper port. If the device is not connected properly, it can not be selected. selected. Menu and Remote Control Symptoms Remote control does not work. Troubleshooting z Be sure that the proper external source is selected. z Check the battery of your remote control. If its size is incorrect, replace it with the recommended battery size. Check whether the polarity of the installed battery is correct. z Check whether your remote control is at a right angle and at the correct distance. Remove any obstacles between your remote control and the product. z Direct lighting of 3-way light bulbs or other lighting device on the remote sensor of the projector may affect the sensitivity and cause the remote control to malfunction. z Check if the remote control battery is empty. z Check whether the LED indicator on the top of the projector is turned on. I cannot select a menu. z Check if the menu is displayed in gray. A gray-colored menu is unavailable. Screen and External Source Symptoms Cannot see picture images. Troubleshooting z Be sure that the power cord of the projector is connected. z Be sure that the proper input source is selected. z Check that the connectors are properly connected to the ports at the back of the projector. z Check the Remote Control batteries. z Be sure that the <Color>, <Brightness> settings are not at their lower limit. Poor color. z Adjust the <Tint> and <Contrast>. Images are not clear. z Adjust the focus. z Check that the projection distance is either too far or too near to the screen. Strange noise. z If a strange sound continues, contact our service center. The operating LED is lit up. z Refer to Corrective Actions According to LED Indications. Lines appear on screen. z Because noise may occur when using your PC, adjust the frequency of the screen. No external device screen is displayed. z Check the operating status for the external device and check whether the adjustment items, such as the Brightness and the Contrast have been changed correctly in the <Mode> command screen of the Projector menu. Only blue screen appears. z Be sure to properly connect the external devices. Check the connection cables again. Screen appears in black and white or odd color./ screen is too dark or bright. z As mentioned above, check the adjustment items such as the Brightness, Contrast and Color in the menu. z If you want to restore various settings to their factory defaults, run <Factory Default>from the menu. | Care and Maintenance | Contact SAMSUNG WORLDWIDE | Other | Authority | To clean the exterior and lens of the projector Clean the projector using a soft dry cloth. Do not clean the projector with flammable substances such as benzene, thinners or a wet cloth, as these may cause problems. Do not touch the projector with a nail or any other sharp objects, as this may scratch the surface. To clean the interior of the projector For cleaning the interior of the projector, ask your Service Center or a distributor. Contact your distributor or a Service Center if dust or other substances are inside the projector. Lamp Replacement Cautions on Lamp Replacement The projector lamp is an expendable item. For best operating performance, replace the lamp according to the usage time. You can view the lamp usage time in the Information Display (INFO button). Use the recommended lamp when replacing. Lamp specifications are defined in the user’s manual. Replace with the same model provided with the projector. - Lamp Model Name : LAMP-MERCURY-Philips - Lamp Manufacture : Philips Lighting - Lamp Life Time : 2000Hrs - Lamp Type : 300W UHP Check that the power cord is unplugged before replacing the lamp. Even after the power cord has been disconnected, the lamp will be hot. Allow it to cool down for at least 1 hour before changing the lamp. The lamp is located at the left rear of your projector. Before you turn the projector over to change the lamp, cover the projector with a soft cloth on a flat surface. Do not leave the old lamp near inflammables or in reach of children. There is a danger of burn or injury. Remove dirts or foreign materials around or inside the lamp unit using a proper vacuum device. When handling the lamp, avoid touching any part of it except for the handles. If you handle the lamp incorrectly, it may affect the screen quality and shorten its lifetime. LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN MERCURY AND MUST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF ACCORDING TO LOCAL STATE OR FEDERAL LAWS. For details see lamprecycle. org, eiae.org, or call 1-800-Samsung Lamp Replacement Procedure The lamp is very hot and operates The lamp is located at the left Open the cover by holding down with a high voltage. Allow it to rear of your projector. Place your (A) in the figure and pulling (B). cool down for at least 1 hour projector so that its left side is after disconnecting the power visible and then remove the cord before changing the lamp. screws on the lamp cover. * Be careful your projector does not fall. Remove the screws (A) in the Remove the screws as shown in As shown in the figure, lift up the figure and then hold and open the figure. lamp handles by holding them (B). and pull the lamp. Assembling a new lamp is in the reverse order of the disassembly. | Care and Maintenance | Contact SAMSUNG WORLDWIDE | Other | Authority | If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact a SAMSUNG customer care center. North America U.S.A 1-800-SAMSUNG(726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/us CANADA 1-800-SAMSUNG(726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/ca MEXICO 01-800-SAMSUNG(726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/mx Latin America ARGENTINE BRAZIL 0800-333-3733 http://www.samsung.com/ar 0800-124-421 http://www.samsung.com/br 4004-0000 CHILE 800-SAMSUNG(726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/cl COLOMBIA 01-8000112112 http://www.samsung.com/co COSTA RICA 0-800-507-7267 http://www.samsung.com/latin ECUADOR 1-800-10-7267 http://www.samsung.com/latin EL SALVADOR 800-6225 http://www.samsung.com/latin GUATEMALA 1-800-299-0013 http://www.samsung.com/latin HONDURAS 800-7919267 http://www.samsung.com/latin JAMAICA 1-800-234-7267 http://www.samsung.com/latin NICARAGUA 00-1800-5077267 http://www.samsung.com/latin PANAMA 800-7267 http://www.samsung.com/latin PUERTO RICO 1-800-682-3180 http://www.samsung.com/latin REP. DOMINICA 1-800-751-2676 http://www.samsung.com/latin TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1-800-SAMSUNG(726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/latin VENEZUELA 0-800-100-5303 http://www.samsung.com/latin Europe AUSTRIA 0810 - SAMSUNG(7267864, € 0.07/min) BELGIUM 02 201 2418 http://www.samsung.com/at http://www.samsung.com/be (Dutch) http://www.samsung.com/be_fr (French) CZECH REPUBLIC 800 - SAMSUNG (800-726786) http://www.samsung.com/cz DENMARK 8 - SAMSUNG(7267864) http://www.samsung.com/dk EIRE 0818 717 100 http://www.samsung.com/ie FINLAND 30 - 6227 515 http://www.samsung.com/fi FRANCE 3260 dites 'SAMSUNG' (€ 0,15/Min) 0825 08 65 65 (€ 0.15/Min) http://www.samsung.com/fr GERMANY 01805 - SAMSUNG (7267864, € 0.14/Min) http://www.samsung.de HUNGARY 06-80-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/hu ITALIA 800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/it LUXEMBURG 02 261 03 710 http://www.samsung.com/lu NETHERLANDS 0900-SAMSUNG (0900-7267864) (€ 0,10/Min) http://www.samsung.com/nl NORWAY 3 - SAMSUNG(7267864) http://www.samsung.com/no POLAND PORTUGAL 0 801 1SAMSUNG(172678) 022 - 607 - 93 - 33 808 20 - SAMSUNG (7267864) http://www.samsung.com/pl http://www.samsung.com/pt SLOVAKIA 0800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/sk SPAIN 902 - 1 - SAMSUNG (902 172 678) http://www.samsung.com/es SWEDEN 075 - SAMSUNG(726 78 64) http://www.samsung.com/se SWITZERLAND 0848 - SAMSUNG(7267864, CHF 0.08/min) http://www.samsung.com/ch U.K 0845 SAMSUNG (7267864) http://www.samsung.com/uk CIS ESTONIA 800-7267 http://www.samsung.com/ee LATVIA 8000-7267 http://www.samsung.com/lv LITHUANIA 8-800-77777 http://www.samsung.com/lt KAZAKHSTAN 8-10-800-500-55-500 http://www.samsung.com/kz_ru KYRGYZSTAN 00-800-500-55-500 RUSSIA 8-800-555-55-55 TADJIKISTAN 8-10-800-500-55-500 UKRAINE 8-800-502-0000 http://www.samsung.ua UZBEKISTAN 8-10-800-500-55-500 http://www.samsung.com/kz_ru http://www.samsung.ru Asia Pacific AUSTRALIA 1300 362 603 http://www.samsung.com/au 800-810-5858 400-810-5858 http://www.samsung.com/cn CHINA 010-6475 1880 HONG KONG: 3698 - 4698 http://www.samsung.com/hk 3030 8282 INDIA 1-800-3000-8282 http://www.samsung.com/in 1800 110011 INDONESIA 0800-112-8888 http://www.samsung.com/id JAPAN 0120-327-527 http://www.samsung.com/jp MALAYSIA 1800-88-9999 http://www.samsung.com/my NEW ZEALAND 0800 SAMSUNG (0800 726 786) http://www.samsung.com/nz 1-800-10-SAMSUNG(726-7864) PHILIPPINES 1-800-3-SAMSUNG(726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/ph 02-5805777 SINGAPORE 1800-SAMSUNG(726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/sg THAILAND 1800-29-3232, 02-689-3232 http://www.samsung.com/th TAIWAN 0800-329-999 http://www.samsung.com/tw VIETNAM 1 800 588 889 http://www.samsung.com/vn Middle East & Africa SOUTH AFRICA 0860-SAMSUNG(726-7864) http://www.samsung.com/za TURKEY U.A.E 444 77 11 http://www.samsung.com/tr 800-SAMSUNG(726-7864) 8000-4726 http://www.samsung.com/ae | Care and Maintenance | Contact SAMSUNG WORLDWIDE | Other | Authority | Glossary Analog Broadcast An existing broadcasting signal transmitted by a broadcasting station in accordance with the NTSC standard. ANTENNA IN Port This is the port for connecting a TV antenna using a coaxial cable. It is generally used to watch public broadcast programs. AV Receiver An AV Receiver provides a number of input and output interfaces for audio and video so as to enable the user to connect and use various input and output devices. Backlight Remote Control The buttons on the Backlight Remote Control are lit up so that users can easily press buttons on the remote control even when it is dark. Black Level Black Level sets the light level of the darkest portion of the video signal to match that of the display's black level capability so that users can clearly view dark visuals. If the setting does not match the input signal, the dark screen is saturated and may not display properly or the dark screen looks milky-white. Cable Broadcast Cable Broadcast broadcasts programs via cable instead of radio waves. To view cable broadcasts, you have to subscribe to your local cable broadcast service provider and install an additional receiver. Color Standard A pre-determined default color standard determined by the broadcasting standard of the corresponding country or area. Color Temperature Color temperature is a simplified way to characterize the spectral properties of a light source. A low color temperature implies a warmer (more yellow/red) light while a high color temperature implies a colder (more blue) light. COMPOSITE IN Port A COMPOSITE IN Port is a general video input port (yellow). Both chrominance and luminance are transmitted on the same 75-ohm cable. Component Port (Green, Blue, Red) The Component Port separately transmits the luminance signal. Digital Broadcast Digital Broadcast is a television broadcasting signal digitized and transmitted according to the United States terrestrial digital broadcast specifications, or ATSC. DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) DVD is a large capacity media disk that can save multimedia content such as video, games, audio applications, etc. using MPEG-2 video compression technology on a CD size disc. DLP (Digital Light Processing) DLP is a digital display technology using a DMD panel developed by TI (Texas Instruments) of the United States. DLP HD2, DC2, DC3 This is a grade of DMD panel. DMD (Digital Micromirror Device) A DMD panel is an implementation of DLP technology. It consists of microscopic mirrors where each mirror represents a pixel. External Input External Input is connecting video devices such as a VCR, camcorder, DTV receiver, DVD, etc. to the projector as a video source. Gamma Mode Gamma Mode compensates the video signal produced for analog display devices such as a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) so that the video signal can be clearly displayed on a digital display device. HDMI ▶ HDMI(High-Definition Multimedia Interface), is an interface that enables the transmission of digital audio and video signals using a single cable. ▶ The difference between HDMI and DVI is that the HDMI device is smaller in size and has the HDCP (High Bandwidth Digital Copy Protection) coding feature installed. Overscan Overscan cuts the edge of the picture when there is unnecessary information, images or noise at the edge of the picture. For extremely poor video signals, some unnecessary video signals may be displayed on the screen. RS-232C Port (Service Input Port) This port is provided for service purposes. This port provides data communication in accordance with the RS-232C communication standard. S-Video IN Port This is called super video. S-Video is a type of video signal which has the video brightness and color signal separated in order to provide a better image quality. Satellite Broadcast Satellite Broadcast broadcasts programs via satellite so that the program can be viewed in all area in a high visual and sound quality. Approximately 100 channels including public broadcast channels are provided. To view satellite broadcasts, you have to install an additional receiver. 5x Speed, 6 Segment Color Wheel This is an optical part that converts white rays | Care and Maintenance | Contact SAMSUNG WORLDWIDE | Other | Authority | Information in this document is subject to change without notice. ⓒ 2008 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is strictly forbidden. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.