SUPER PROJECTOR
DLA-M4000LU
INSTRUCTIONS
For customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is located
on the side panel of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
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Model No.
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M4000LU Cover
RM-M4100G REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
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Thank you for purchasing this projector. Before using it, read and follow all instructions carefully to take full
advantage of the projector's capabilities.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
WARNING :
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION :
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
This projector is equipped with a 3-blade grounding-type
plug to satisfy FCC rule. If you are unable to insert the
plug into the outlet, contact your electrician.
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A. only)
CAUTION: Changes or modification not approved by
JVC could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated
in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of
this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This
unit has been engineered and manufactured to assure
your personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT
IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE
HAZARD. In order not to defeat the safeguards
incorporated into this product, observe the following basic
rules for its installation, use and service. Please read these
“Important Safeguards” carefully before use.
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All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the product is operated.
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The safety and operating instructions should be retained
for future reference.
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All warnings on the product and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
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All operating instructions should be followed.
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Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
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Do not use attachments not recommended by the
product manufacturer as they may be hazardous.
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Do not use this product near water. Do not use
immediately after moving from a low temperature to high
temperature, as this causes condensation, which may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
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Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or
table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a
child or adult, and serious damage to the product. The
product should be mounted according to the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mount
recommended by the manufacturer.
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When the product is used on a cart, care
should be taken to avoid quick stops,
excessive force, and uneven surfaces
which may cause the product and cart to
overturn, damaging equipment or causing
possible injury to the operator.
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Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation. These ensure reliable operation of the
product and protect it from overheating. These openings
must not be blocked or covered. (The openings should
never be blocked by placing the product on bed, sofa,
rug, or similar surface. It should not be placed in a builtin installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided and the manufacturer’s
instructions have been adhered to.)
About burning-in of the D-ILA device
Do not allow the same still picture to be projected for a long
time or an abnormally bright video picture to be projected.
Do not project video images with high-intensity or highcontrast on a screen. The video image could be burned in
to the D-ILA device.
Use special care when projecting video games or computer
program images. There is no problem with ordinary videocassette playback images.
For proper ventilation, separate the product from other
equipment, which may prevent ventilation and keep
distance more than 60 cm (19-3/4”).
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Cont.)
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This product should be operated only with the type of
power source indicated on the label. If you are not sure
of the type of power supply to your home, consult your
product dealer or local power company.
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The product should be placed more than one foot away
from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, and other products (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
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This product is equipped with a three-wire plug. This
plug will fit only into a grounded power outlet. If you are
unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your
electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the grounded plug.
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When connecting other products such as VCR’s, and
personal computers, you should turn off the power of
this product for protection against electric shock.
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Do not place combustibles behind the cooling fan. For
example, cloth, paper, matches, aerosol cans or gas
lighters that present special hazards when over heated.
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Do not look into the projection lens while the illumination
lamp is turned on. Exposure of your eyes to the strong
light can result in impaired eyesight.
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Do not look into the inside of this unit through vents
(ventilation holes), etc. Do not look at the illumination
lamp directly by opening the cabinet while the illumination
lamp is turned on. The illumination lamp also contains
ultraviolet rays and the light is so powerful that your
eyesight can be impaired.
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Xenon gas is enclosed with high pressure inside the lightsource lamp (lamp unit) of this projector. If you drop or
impart a shock to the lamp, or discard it as is, there is
the possibility of explosion, leading to personal injury.
Use special care when handling the lamp. For any
unclear points, consult your product dealer.
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Use only the accessory cord designed for this product to
prevent shock.
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Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are
not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed
upon or against them. Pay particular attention to cords
at doors, plugs, receptacles, and the point where they
exit from the product.
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For added protection of this product during a lightning
storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the cable system. This will prevent damage
to the product due to lightning and power line surges.
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Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
convenience receptacles on other equipment as this can
result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
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Never push objects of any kind into this product through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points
or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric
shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
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Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening
or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltages and other hazards. Refer all service to qualified
service personnel.
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Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer service
to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a) When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen on
the product.
The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC
220 V~ 240 V, the power cord attached conforms to
the following power supply voltage. Use only the
power cord designated by our dealer to ensure Safety
and EMC.
When it is used by other power supply voltage, power
cable must be changed.
Consult your product dealer.
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate normally by following
the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls
that are covered by the Operation Manual, as an
improper adjustment of controls may result in damage
and will often require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the product to normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any
way.
Power supply voltage: AC 220 V~ 240 V
f ) When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance – this indicates a need for service.
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When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or with same characteristics as the original
part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
shock, or other hazards.
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product,
ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
determine that the product is in proper operating
condition.
* DO NOT allow any unqualified person to
install the unit.
Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit
(eg. attaching it to the ceiling) since special technical
knowledge and skills are required for installation.
If installation is performed by an unqualified person, it
may cause personal injury or electrical shock.
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Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................... 2
Operating the Setting Menu ................... 30
Accessories ............................................... 5
Making Basic Settings ......................................... 30
Controls and Features .............................. 6
Front Side / Top Surface / Right Side .................... 6
Left-hand side / Back Side .................................... 7
Control Panel ........................................................ 8
Connector Panel ................................................. 10
Remote Control Unit ........................................... 11
MENU / ENTER (Menu Operation) Button .......... 13
Installing Batteries ............................................... 13
Installing the Projector ........................... 14
Precautions for Installation .................................. 14
Relationship relative to Glass Surface ................ 15
Lens Shift Function ............................................. 16
Projection Distances and Screen Sizes .............. 18
Connecting to Various Devices .............. 19
Signals that Can Be Input to the Projector .......... 19
Examples of System Configuration ..................... 20
Connecting to Computer Devices ....................... 21
Connecting to Devices which Control the
Projector ......................................................... 22
Connecting the Power Cord (Supplied) .............. 23
When Turning On the Devices Connected to the
Projector ......................................................... 24
Basic Operations ..................................... 25
1. Turning on the Power ....................................... 25
2. Select the video input to be projected ............. 26
3. Adjust the screen size ..................................... 26
4. Adjust focus ..................................................... 27
• For Operating Other Functions ......................... 27
Operating the Main Menu ....................... 31
Configuration of the Main Menu .......................... 31
Operating the Main Menu (Basic Operation of the
Main Menu) .................................................... 33
Changing the Color System ................................ 34
Changing the Language Display ......................... 35
Adjusting the Pixel Clock .................................... 36
Adjusting the Screen Position ............................. 37
Adjusting Picture Quality ..................................... 38
Setting and Adjusting Other Functions
(OPTIONS) .................................................... 41
Changing (Setting) the Source ............................ 44
Setting Up Channels ........................................... 47
Setting Up Channels (LINE setup) ...................... 48
Setting Up Channels (SOURCE setup) .............. 49
Setting Up Channels (SWNo. setup) .................. 51
Changing Channels (CH Change) ...................... 52
Setting Up (or Changing) User Sources ............. 54
Setting Up (or Changing) the Display Size ......... 57
Filter Maintenance and Light-Source
Lamp Replacement ............................. 59
Cleaning and Replacing the Filter ....................... 59
About Light-Source Lamp Replacement ............. 60
Troubleshooting ...................................... 61
Specifications .......................................... 64
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Accessories
The following accessories are included with this projector. Check for them; if any item is missing, please contact your
dealer.
Remote control unit (RM-M4000G)
AA/R6-size dry cell battery (×2)
(for checking operation)
Power code
[approx. 3.35 m (11 ft)]
Remote control cable
[approx. 15 m (49.2 ft)]
Information on separately sold items
• Projection lens
GL-M4023SZ
GL-M4015S
• Video board
PK-G1101D
3 : 1~7 : 1 zoom lens
1.5 : 1 fixed-focus lens
A board to be used for adding composite video signal input and Y/C (S-Video)
function to the projector.
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Controls and Features
Front Side / Top Surface / Right Side
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4 AC IN (power input) terminal
1 Adjustable foot
It is set at the shortest position when shipped from the
factory. Turn the foot to make the projector level. Adjustment
can be made in the range of ±4° from the vertical and ±5°
from the horizontal.
2
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Connector panel
For details, refer to “Connector Panel” on page 10.
3 Air intake area (filter)
Air is taken in through this area to cool the light-source
lamp. If this area is blocked or if something that obstructs
taking in or exhausting air is placed around the projector,
heat may build up inside and could cause a fire. For details,
refer to “Precautions for Installation” on page 14.
CAUTIONS
• Be careful as paper, cloth or soft cushion could be drawn in
if placed nearby. Do not block the intake area, or heat may
build up and could cause a fire.
• Clean the filter periodically. For details, refer to “Cleaning
and Replacing the Filter” on page 59.
Deposition of dirt on the filter works to reduce the cooling
effect, causing heat to build up inside, which could cause a
fire or malfunction.
This is the power input terminal where the supplied power
cord is connected. For details, refer to page 23.
5 MAIN POWER switch
This is the main power switch. When it is turned on, the
projector goes into stand-by state, and the STAND BY
indicator on the control panel comes on.
ON [ ❙ ]: The main power turns on.
‡]: The main power turns off.
OFF [‡
6 Remote sensor
When operating with the remote control, aim it toward this
sensor. An additional remote sensor is provided on the back
of the projector. The effective operating distance of the
remote control is 10 m from each of the sensors. The
effective operating range of angles is 50° left and right,
and 15° up and down.
7 Lens mount
Attach a projection lens separately sold to this mount.
GL-M4023SZ
3 : 1~7 : 1 zoom lens
GL-M4015S
1.5 : 1 fixed-focus lens
For information on attaching the lens, consult the dealer
or service center who performed the installation and
adjustments of your projector.
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Controls and Features (cont.)
Left-hand side / Back Side
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8 Exhaust vents
Vents for cooling fans through which warm air comes out.
9 Control panel
For details, refer to “Control Panel” (page 8 and 9).
p Remote sensor
When operating with the remote control, aim it toward this
sensor. An additional remote sensor is provided on the front
of the projector. The effective operating distance of the
remote control is 10 m from each of the sensors. The
effective operating range of angles is 50° left and right,
and 15° up and down.
q Exhaust vent (for the light-source lamp power supply)
Warm air comes out of this vent from the cooling fan for
the light-source lamp power supply. This fan continues
running as long as the MAIN POWER switch is on.
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Controls and Features (cont.)
Control Panel
1 2
STAND BY
3 4 5 6
OPERATE LAMP
TEMP
EMERGENCY
1 STAND BY Indicator
ON
: When in stand-by mode.
Blinking : When in cool-down mode.
CAUTIONS
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6 EMERGENCY indicator
Blinking: Something abnormal has occurred with the
projector.
Memo
• The cool-down mode continues for about 20 seconds, during
which projection cannot–be started again. After the coolingdown period, the projector goes into stand-by mode, but the
cooling fans will continue to run for about 10 minutes more
before they stop (exept the cooling fan for the light-source
lamp power supply which continues running as long as the
MAIN POWER switch is on).
• The purpose of the cool-down mode is to prevent inner parts
from being deformed or broken by heat from the heated lamp
as well as to prolong the life of the lamp. Do not turn off the
main power switch while in the cool-down mode. Also, do
not block any of exhaust openings while in cool-down mode.
2 OPERATE indicator
ON: When the projector is in operation (projecting)
3 OPERATE button
When the projector is in the stand-by mode, press this
button for one or more seconds, and the main power switch
is turned on, causing the OPERATE indicator to light. Press
it again, and the projector goes into the cool-down mode,
then stand-by mode.
About the emergency mode:
The emergency mode is shown when the following anomalies have
occurred with the projector (the EMERGENCY indicator blinks). In
the emergency mode, projection is automatically interrupted and the
cooling fans operate for about 10 minutes (except the cooling fan for
the light-source lamp power supply which continues running as long
as the MAIN POWER switch is on).
• When the light-source lamp has suddenly gone off.
• When the fans have stopped.
• When the temperature inside has risen abnormally high.
CAUTION
• When an emergency mode is shown:
After the cooling fans (except the one for the light-source
lamp power supply) have stopped, turn off the main power
switch and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
Check that the filter covers are correctly installed. Then, plug
in the power cord again and try operating the projector.
If it goes into an emergency mode again, after the cooling
fans have stopped, turn off the main power switch, unplug
the power cord, and call your dealer for repair.
Memo
While in the cool-down mode:
If you press the OPERATE button, the projector is not tuned on.
4 Lamp indicator
ON
5
: After the light-source lamp has been used for
more than approx. 900 hours.
Blinking : Replace the lamp. (Ask the dealer where you
purchased your projector to replace the lamp.)
TEMP indicator
ON
: The temperature inside the projector has
abnormally risen.
Note
• While the TEMP indicator is on (during abnormal temperature), the
power is automatically cut off, and an emergency mode is shown
(with the EMERGENCY indicator blinking).
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Controls and Features (cont.)
Control Panel (Cont.)
1 2
STAND BY
3 4 5 6
OPERATE LAMP
TEMP
EMERGENCY
7 AV button
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p QUICK ALIGN. button
Use this button to select a device such as a video deck
connected to the EXT. IN terminal of the projector. Each
time you press the button, the device selected changes as
follows:
Y/C*
VIDEO*
YPBPR
* Y/C and VIDEO can be used only when a video board
separately sold has been installed.
8 RGB button
Use this button to select a device connected to the RGB
-1 or -2 terminals. Each time you press the button, the
selection changes as follows:
RGB 1
RGB 2
9 SETTING button
While a menu screen is shown, use this button to adjust
the values for the item selected. When no menu is shown,
the quick alignment function works.
• When a menu is shown
button: The value for the selected item increases.
button: The value for the selected item decreases.
• When no menu is shown
Press the
button and button at the same time:
QUICK-ALIGNMENT is displayed on the screen and the
quick alignment function works (TRACKING, PHASE, H.
POS. and V. POS. are automatically adjusted). When the
adjustment is finished, the display goes off automatically.
Memo
The quick alignment function :
• Works for computer input (RGB- 1 and - 2 input terminals) signals.
• Does not work for video input (EXT. IN input terminal) signals.
CAUTION
Use this button to call up the setting menu. For details,
refer to “Making Basic Settings” on page 30.
• Automatic adjustment with the quick alignment function
should be done on a bright still-picture screen. This function
may not work correctly on a dark screen or motion-picture
screen. If adjustment with this function is not satisfactory,
adjust TRACKING, PHASE, H. POS. and V. POS. manually
(see pages 30, 36 and 37).
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Controls and Features (cont.)
Connector Panel
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RGB
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Y/C
VIDEO
RGB IN-1
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RGB IN-2
EXT. IN
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H/CS
PB/B-Y
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PR/R-Y
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RGB OUT
RS-232C
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1 Y/C (S video) input terminal (Mini DIN 4 pin)
Connect this terminal to the S video output terminal of a
video deck, etc.
* This terminal can be used if a video board (PK-G1101D)
sold separately has been installed. The terminal was not
provided when the projector was shipped from the factory.
2 VIDEO (composite video) input terminal (BNC)
Connect this terminal to the composite video output terminal
of a video deck, etc.
* This terminal can be used if a video board (PK-G1101D)
sold separately has been installed. The terminal was not
provided when the projector was shipped from the factory.
3 Y, PB/B-Y, PR/R-Y input terminals (BNC)
These are input terminals for component (Y, B-Y, R-Y)
signals or DTV-format (Y, PB, PR) signals.
Device with component signal output terminals, such as
for NTSC and DTV-format, can be connected.
* For details about DTV-format signals (480i, 480p, 720p,
1080i) compatible with this unit, refer to page 66.
4 REMOTE terminal (mini jack)
This terminal is used to directly connect the remote control to the projector. Use the remote control cable supplied.
An infrared remote control extension unit can also be connected to the jack.
5 RS-232C terminal (D-sub 9 pin)
This is a RS-232C interface-specified terminal. This
projector can be controlled by a computer connected
externally.
4
7 RGB IN (RGB input) -2 terminal (BNC)
These are input terminals for analog RGB signals, vertical
sync (V) signals, and horizontal sync (H) signals / composite
signals(Cs). Devices which have analog RGB signal output
terminals can be connected.
* Input of external sync signals is automatically
detected.
Detection of H/V signals or Cs signals causes automatic
switch to external sync. The priority order is H/V > Cs.
CAUTION
• When computer-related signals are input, the uppermost edge
of the screen may appear bowing if the sync signal input is
composite sync (Cs) or G on sync signal. In that case, use
separate sync signals for vertical sync (V) and horizontal sync
(H).
8 RGB IN (RGB input) -1 terminal (D-sub 3- row 15 pin)
This is an input terminal (PC) dedicated for computer
signals (RGB video signals and sync signals).
Connect the display output terminal of the computer to this
terminal. When a Macintosh or PC-9801/9802 series
computer is to be connected, use a suitable conversion
adapter separately available.
CAUTION
• When computer-related signals are input, the uppermost edge
of the screen may appear bowing if the sync signal input is
composite sync (Cs) or G on sync signal. In that case, use
separate sync signals for vertical sync (V) and horizontal sync
(H).
6 RGB OUT (RGB output) terminal (D-sub 3-row 15 pin)
The computer input signal projected on the screen is output.
A display unit can be used by connecting it to this terminal.
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Controls and Features (Cont.)
Remote Control Unit
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1 Remote control’s signal transmitter
6 FOCUS (+/–) button
2 OPERATE button
To turn on or off the power, press this button for one or
more seconds.
* About 30 seconds after the power has turned on, video
image will appear on the screen.
3 PAGE BACK button
While no menu is displayed, pressing this button causes a
direct channel to be displayed.
Memo
Direct channel display:
A direct channel display allows you to switch between channels which have lines and sources registered. For details,
refer to “Switching channels using a direct channel” (page
52).
Use these buttons to adjust the focus of the projected
picture.
+: The focus point becomes more distant.
–: The focus point becomes nearer.
7 REMOTE terminal
Use a remote control cable to connect between the
projector and the remote control. For details, refer to
“Connecting to Devices which Control the Projector” on
page 22.
8 ZOOM (T/W) button
Use these buttons to increase or decrease the screen size.
(They can only be used when a zoom lens is used.)
T: The screen size decreases.
W: The screen size increases.
9 SHIFT (U/D) button
4 MENU/ENTER button
Use this button to display the main menu, or while the main
menu is displayed, use the button to select an item to adjust
or make adjustment. While the main menu is displayed,
pressing MENU/ENTER displays a details setting
(submenu) if the selected item has a details setting.
For how to operate the buttons, see page 13.
Use these buttons to adjust the height of the projection
screen when projectors are used in a stack configuration.
U: Moves the screen upwards.
D: Moves the screen downwards.
5 RGB / COMPUTER button
Use this button to select the devices connected to the
projector’s RGB IN (RGB input) -1 and -2 input terminals.
Each time you press the button, the selection changes as
follows: RGB 1
RGB 2
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Controls and Features (Cont.)
Remote Control Unit
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UNLOCK
LENS
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UNLOCK
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p AV button
e QUICK ALIGN. (Quick Alignment) button
Use this button to select the devices such as a video
connected to the projector’s AV IN (EXT. input) terminal.
Each time you press the button, the selection changes as
follows:
VIDEO*
Y/C*
YPBPR
* Y/C and VIDEO can be used only when a video board
separately sold has been installed.
q LENS LOCK Ô UNLOCK switch
With this switch set at the LOCK position, adjustment
operations (focus, zoom or shift) with the remote control
are disabled, preventing adjustment contents from being
inadvertently changed while the remote control is being
used. When adjustment is needed, set the switch to the
UNLOCK position.
w PRESET button
While making adjustment on the main or setting menu,
use this button to reset the setting of the selected item to
the factory-set value. This button works only for numerical
settings and does not work for switching ON to OFF.
Use this button to automatically adjust TRACKING,
PHASE, H. POS. and V. POS. of the projected video.
During the automatic adjustment, QUICK-ALIGNMENT
appears on the screen, and disappears after it is finished.
Memo
Quick alignment function:
Does not work for video input (EXT. IN input terminal) signals.
Works only for computer-related (RGB-1 and-2 input terminals)
signals.
CAUTION
• Automatic adjustment with the quick alignment function should be
done on a bright still-picture screen. This function may not work
correctly on a dark screen or motion-picture screen. If adjustment
with this function is not satisfactory, adjust TRACKING, PHASE, H.
POS. and V. POS. manually (see pages 30, 36 and 37).
r AV HIDE button
Use this button to turn off the video image temporarily.
Pressing it again makes the video image to resume.
t Not used with this projector
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Controls and Features (cont.)
MENU / ENTER (Menu Operation) Button
The remote control supplied with this projector has only one button to navigate through the menus. Pressing the menu operation
button too strongly may cause an incorrect operation. So, before you use the button in an actual situation, have some practice
to make yourself familiar with using the button.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
When using the MENU/ENTER button as a menu
operation button :
Press the button down straight when displaying the main
menu. While the main menu is displayed, if the selected
item has a details setting (submenu), pressing the button
will cause the submenu to be displayed.
When using the MENU/ENTER button as a cursor
moving button:
Press the button toward one of the 5/∞/2/3 marks.
While the main menu is displayed, use the button to select
an item to adjust or make adjustment.
Installing Batteries
Install batteries in the remote control. If the remote control has started to work erratically, replace the batteries.
1 Open the back cover.
Open the back cover in the direction of the arrow.
2 Install the batteries.
Place the two batteries (AA/R6-size) supplied in the remote
control as illustrated below.
ª
·
ª
·
Precautions for using batteries
If batteries are used incorrectly, they may crack or
leak liquid. This could cause a fire, burn, malfunction,
or staining or damaging the surrounding.
Beware of the following:
• Do not mix new and old batteries.
• Do not mix different types of batteries as they differ in
characteristics.
• Place batteries so they match the polarities indicated:
(+) to (+) and (–) to (–).
• Be sure to put the minus (–) end in first to avoid shortcircuiting.
• Use only designated batteries.
• Remove the batteries if not used for a prolonged period
of time.
• When the batteries are exhausted, replace them
immediately. Otherwise, liquid could leak, or malfunction
could occur due to leaked liquids. If the leaked liquid
contacts the skin, wipe it off with a cloth, otherwise the
skin could become rough.
• Do not put batteries into fire or try to recharge them.
• Batteries run for six months to one year in normal use.
But the batteries supplied are for confirming operation
and may not run that long. When the remote control starts
failing to work properly, replace the batteries with new
ones.
3 Close the back cover.
First fit the claw on the back cover into the case, then
close the back cover in the direction of the arrow.
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Installing the Projector
Precautions for Installation
CAUTIONS
• Since the projector weighs approx. 70 kg (154 lbs.), be sure to use four or more people when lifting
or moving it; otherwise, the projector could possibly drop, causing personal injury and/or damage
to the projector.
• Do not install the projector in the following places :
• There is much water, humidity or dust.
• The projector may be subjected to oil smoke or cigarette smoke.
• On a soft surface such as a carpet or cushion.
• The projector may be subjected to direct sunlight.
• Temperature is high or humidity is low.
Allowable operation temperature range: + 5°C to + 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
Allowable relative humidity range:
90% or less (no condensation)
Allowable storage temperature range: –5°C to +60°C (23°F to 140°F)
■ When installing the projector, observe the followings:
• Do not use the projector placed on its side or upside down.
The projector can not be used by being placed on its side or upside down ;Otherwise, it could malfunction.
• Use the projector within the installed angle.
Avoid using the projector inclined ±5° or more right-to-left or left-to-right. This could cause color variation or harm the lamp
life.
• Do not block the exhaust vents.
Do not use a cover which encloses the projector air-tight or blocks the exhaust vents. Allow sufficient space around the
projector. When the projector is enclosed in a space of the following dimensions, use an air conditioner so the temperature
inside becomes equal to the outside temperature.
Allowable minimum space required
305 mm (12”)
600 mm (23-5/8”)
600 mm (23-5/8”)
305 mm (12”)
Y/C
RGB
VIDEO
600 mm (23-5/8”)
RGB IN-1
R
G
B
RGB IN-2
EXT. IN
Y
PB/B-Y
H/CS
V
PR/R-Y
REMOTE
CONTROL
RGB OUT
RS-232C
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Installing the Projector (Cont.)
Precautions for Installation (Cont.)
■ Observe the following points when installing the projector by hanging it from the ceiling
• To prevent falling or overturning, it is recommended that the projector be fixed to its stand with bolts.
• When mounting the projector to the ceiling, first install a special shelf and then set the projector on it securely. For safety
and maintenance purposes, a suitable facility is necessary to easily lift and lower the projector from the shelf for maintenance access.
305 mm (12”)
or more
Relationship relative to Glass Surface
■ Light energy decreases as it passes a glass. So, no more than one glass should be used in the projecting room.
■ Avoid using panes of glass as much as possible.
■ Pay attention to the angle of the glass and the installed angle of the projector so that the light emitted from the
projector does not come back into the lens after reflection.
Glass (tilted as required)
Installation angle
Projection light
Avoid the light reflected from the glass
entering the surface of the projector lens.
(Tilt the projecting room glass as required.)
Reflected light
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Installing the Projector (Cont.)
Lens Shift Function
■ Change of projection screen according
to aspect ratio
Screen with 4 : 3 aspect ratio
Screen
Screen with 16 : 9 aspect ratio
90°
90°
90°
Center line of the lens
Install the projector so the center of the projection
screen is the same height as the center of the lens.
The separately sold lenses used on the projector have a lens shift function. With the lens used, you can adjust the projected
image vertically using the setting menu or the remote control’s SHIFT button U or D.
When using the projectors in a stack configuration (stacked one over another), make adjustment so that the picture of one
projector overlays exactly that of another using the lens shift function.
For detailed adjustment procedures, refer to “Operating the Setting Menu” (page 30) and “Controls and Features” (page 11).
For maximum amount of shift, refer to “Maximum Amount of Shift” (page 17).
(When the lens needs to be adjusted in horizontal angles, consult your dealer or service center.)
Note
• Some of the lenses (except GL-M4023SZ and GL-M4015S) to be introduced in the future may not feature the lens shift function.
Memo
Stack configuration:
Up to four projectors can be stacked and used together (stack configuration).
Using two or more projectors together, high image brightness can be attained. This allows you to project sufficiently bright image in a fairly large
auditorium or relatively bright place without using a heavy-duty projector.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the projector during shipment, a shift center lock pin was used to fix the lens mechanism when the projector was shipped
out the factory. If you implement “SHIFT LENS” on the setting menu and the lens does not either move up or down, the shift center lock pin may
not have been removed. Consult your dealer or service center.
CAUTIONS and NOTES
• When installing the screen, use a 4 : 3 aspect ratio picture.
(A 16 : 9 aspect ratio picture is projected based on the width of the range in which a 4 : 3 aspect ratio picture is projected.)
• The diagonal length of a 16 : 9 aspect ratio picture is about 91.8% that of a 4 : 3 aspect ratio picture. This value is a guide
and should be used as a reference.
• When projecting at the maximum projection distance, we recommend that the projector be used with the zoom on
the Tele (T).
• If sunlight or lamp light strikes the projection screen directly, the picture becomes whitish and dim. Be sure to use a
curtain, etc. to shield the light.
• Trapezoidal distortion may not be corrected.
Adjust the projector within the range of angle adjustment (up/down adjustment angle: +4°; horizontal adjustment angle:
±5°) so that it is set up level.
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Installing the Projector (Cont.)
Lens Shift Function (Cont.)
Py(%)
Maximum amount of shift
The maximum amount of vertical shift is restricted by the amount
of horizontal shift made.
Vertical screen size
The amount of shift is defined as follows:
(y): 100%
With the screen width taken as 1, horizontal shift is defined as a
ratio (%) of the screen width, while with the screen height taken
as 1, vertical shift is defined as a ratio (%) of the screen height.
Screen after shifted
Screen with zero (0) shift
Horizontal screen sized
(x): 100%
Px
(%)
Relational table for maximum shift amounts (aspect ratio 4 : 3)
Py(%)
Px(%)
Py(%)
Px(%)
Py(%)
Px(%)
Py(%)
Px(%)
Py(%)
Px(%)
0.000
1.000
31.968
31.621
10.000
11.000
28.102
27.666
20.000
21.000
23.272
22.729
30.000
31.000
17.268
16.592
40.000
41.000
9.739
8.881
2.000
3.000
31.265
30.901
12.000
13.000
27.219
26.762
22.000
23.000
22.173
21.606
32.000
33.000
15.900
15.192
42.000
43.000
8.000
7.096
4.000
5.000
30.528
30.146
14.000
15.000
26.295
25.818
24.000
25.000
21.026
20.434
34.000
35.000
14.467
13.725
44.000
45.000
6.167
5.213
6.000
7.000
29.756
29.356
16.000
17.000
25.331
24.833
26.000
27.000
19.828
19.209
36.000
37.000
12.966
12.189
46.000
47.000
4.231
3.221
8.000
9.000
28.948
28.530
18.000
19.000
24.324
23.803
28.000
29.000
18.577
17.930
38.000
39.000
11.392
10.576
48.000
49.000
2.180
1.107
50.000
0.000
Relational table for maximum shift amounts (aspect ratio 16 : 9)
Py(%)
Px(%)
Py(%)
Px(%)
Py(%)
Px(%)
Py(%)
0.000
31.968
10.000
26.609
20.000
19.421
30.000
Px(%)
9.747
1.000
2.000
31.503
31.234
11.000
12.000
25.980
25.333
21.000
22.000
18.581
17.716
31.000
32.000
8.599
7.410
3.000
4.000
31.528
30.018
13.000
14.000
24.666
23.980
23.000
24.000
16.824
15.905
33.000
34.000
6.178
4.900
5.000
6.000
29.491
28.949
15.000
16.000
23.274
22.548
25.000
26.000
14.958
13.981
35.000
36.000
3.573
2.193
7.000
8.000
28.389
27.813
17.000
18.000
21.800
21.030
27.000
28.000
12.973
11.933
37.000
37.509
0.756
0.001
9.000
27.220
19.000
20.237
29.000
10.858
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Installing the Projector (Cont.)
Projection Distances and Screen Sizes
Lenses that can be used are a 3 : 1 ~ 7 : 1 zoom lens and a 1.5 : 1 fixed-focus lens. With a zoom lens used, you have a wider
latitude in selecting projection distance and installation space than with a fixed lens.
For how to install the lens, consult the dealer who installed and adjusted your projector or service center.
Relationship of screen size vs. projection distance
WIDE 3:1
600
500
Screen Size (inch)
400
Fixed-Focus Lens
300
1.5 : 1
TELE 7:1
200
Zoom Lens
100
Projection
Distance (m)
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
In the shaded areas
in the above graph, the projected image may be partially distorted or
missed out depending on the distance between the projector and the screen. To project an image
with no image distortion or missing, we recommend you to use the projector in the areas defined
with solid lines in the graph.
Adjustable range of the lens
Lens
GL-M4023SZ zoom lens
GL-M4015S fixed-focus lens
The numbers in (
Screen Size (Type)
Projection Distance (m)
Remarks
80 – 300
(80 – 600)
5.06 – 18.65
(5.06 – 37.19)
3:1 wide
60 – 200
(60 – 300)
8.65 – 28.56
(8.65 – 42.79)
7:1 tele
69 – 208
(65 – 250)
2.09 – 6.50
(1.97 – 7.83)
––––––––
) represent the minimum to maximum adjustable range.
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Connecting to Various Devices
* Before connection, be sure to turn off the projector and connected devices.
* Read the manual which comes with each device thoroughly.
Signals that Can Be Input to the Projector
The following signals can be input to the projector:
■ Video signals
(1) Response to color systems
Color system
Input terminal
NTSC 480i
NTSC 4.43
PAL
SECAM
‡
‡
‡
‡
VIDEO*3
‡
‡*1
‡
-----
Y, PB/B-Y, PR/R-Y
‡*2
‡*2
‡*2
‡*2
G, B, R, H/CS, V
‡*2
‡*2
‡*2
‡*2
Y/C*3
*1 : Responds if Y/C output is available.
*2 : Signifies that component signals (“Y, PB, PR ” / “ Y, B-Y, R-Y” / “G, B, R, H/CS, V”) conform to the signal timing (synchronization and video period) of each color system. The color systems are used for convenience only.
*3 : To use these terminals, a video board (separately sold) is required.
(2) Response to double density (*1), high-vision signals
Input terminal
NTSC*2
High-vision signal
Y, PB/B-Y, PR/R-Y
‡
‡
G, B, R, H/CS, V
‡
‡
*1 : Signals whose density of scanning lines/field is twice as high.
*2 : Responds to signals whose horizontal scanning frequency is 31.5 kHz. NTSC can be made twice as dense by a line doubler
(separately available: recommended article). Also, possible to respond to fully-specified, decoded 525P progressive signals.
Note
• DTV-format signals (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) can be input into this unit (Y, PB/B-Y, PR/R-Y input terminals).
For details about DTV-format signals (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) compatible with this unit, refer to page 66.
■ Computer signals
• Signals with the following resolutions can be input to the input terminal of RGB IN-1 (PC) or RGB IN-2 (G, B, R, H/Cs, V).
(The following signals are preset.)
Screen resolution (standard name)
640 × 400 (PC-9801)
Horizontal frequency
24.8kHz
Vertical frequency
56.4Hz
Scanning method
Non-interlace
640 × 350 (VGA1)
31.5kHz
70.1Hz
Non-interlace
640 × 480 (VGA3)
31.5kHz
59.9Hz
Non-interlace
640 × 480 (Macintosh 13”)
35.0kHz
66.7Hz
Non-interlace
640 × 480 (VGA VESA)
37.5kHz
75.0Hz
Non-interlace
800 × 600 (SVGA1)
37.9kHz
60.3Hz
Non-interlace
800 × 600 (SVGA2)
48.1kHz
72.2Hz
Non-interlace
832 × 624 (Macintosh16”)
49.7kHz
74.6Hz
Non-interlace
1024 × 768 (XGA1)
48.4kHz
60.0Hz
Non-interlace
1024 × 768 (XGA2)
56.5kHz
70.1Hz
Non-interlace
1024 × 768 (Macintosh 19”)
60.2kHz
74.9Hz
Non-interlace
1152 × 870 (Macintosh 21”)
68.7kHz
75.0Hz
Non-interlace
1280 × 1024 (SXGA1)
64.0kHz
60.0Hz
Non-interlace
1280 × 1024 (SXGA2)
70.8kHz
67.0Hz
Non-interlace
1360 × 1024 (SXGA3: Mac Board)
80.0kHz
75.1Hz
Non-interlace
Notes
• Interlace signals are not handled.
• Some signals other than listed above can be displayed. But they require adjustment. Even some of the signals listed above may require
adjustment depending on the video board used.
• When a signal other than listed above is input, the screen could be partially erased or an unneeded fold-over screen could appear.
• Even signals in the frequency range that can be input may not be displayed normally depending on the type of the signal.
• Composite sync.(Cs) and G on sync. signals can not handled depending on the devices connected.
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Connecting to Various Devices (Cont.)
Examples of System Configuration
Before connection, be sure to turn off both the projector and the equipment to be connected.
• Also, read the manuals which came with the equipment.
Example of a basic system
• By connecting an RGB switcher, a variety of input sources can be input to the projector as RGB signals. Using the
remote control supplied, you can select the channel for an input source and project an image optimal to the source.
HDTV 1
Projector
RGB switcher
HDTV 2
Computer 1
Y/C
RGB
VIDEO
RGB IN-1
R
RGB IN-2
G
H/CS
B
V
EXT. IN
Y
PB/B-Y
PR/R-Y
REMOTE
CONTROL
RGB OUT
RS-232C
Computer 2
Note
Video image displayed on devices whose image signal is unstable, such as a video deck, may be disturbed. (This can occur when the
projectors is not yet adjusted at the time of installation, or when a new device is added.)
In such a case, ask the dealer where you purchased the projector or a local service center to adjust the projector.
It is recommended that you use a video deck that is equipped with an image signal correction function (such as time base corrector or frame
synchronizer).
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Connecting to Various Devices (Cont.)
Connecting to Computer Devices
Before connection, be sure to turn off both the projector and computer devices.
• Read the manual which comes with each device thoroughly.
• Use the separately available computer connection cable. Also, prepare cables required for connecting the devices connected.
• Desktop type
To RGB IN-1
Computer cable
(separately available)
Y/C
RGB
RGB IN-1
To R
R
To monitor connector
RGB IN-2
EXT. IN
To G
G
H/CS
B
V
To B
• Note type
REMOTE
RGB OUT
To H/Cs
To V
* There are some note types which do not allow the
computer’s LCD to work if an external display is connected.
With such a note type, the LCD display and external display
output need to be switched.
To RGB OUT
To RGB IN-2
RS-232C
Cable supplied with the
display (or separately
available)(D-sub 3-row
15-pin)
• Desktop type
Separate cable
(separately available)
To monitor connector
• RGB output devices
To R
POWER
To G
To B
Display monitor
Laser video disc player, etc.
To H/Cs
To V
* When a monitor is connected to the
RGB OUT terminal, you can view the
video from the computer on the monitor.
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Connecting to Various Devices (Cont.)
Connecting to Devices which Control the Projector
Before connection, be sure to turn off both the projector and devices to be connected.
• Read the manual thoroughly which comes with each device to be connected.
• By connecting a computer to the RS-232C terminal, you can control the projector.
* For details, consult an authorized your dealer or service center.
• If you connect the cable terminal of the remote control and the REMOTE terminal of the projector with a remote control cable,
you can use the remote control in a place or at an angle from which the infrared beam cannot reach the projector.
• Desktop type
Y/C
RGB
R
To RS-232C connector
RS-232C reverse connection
cable (separately available)
RGB IN-2
G
H/CS
B
V
EXT. IN
REMOTE
CON
RGB OUT
RS-232C
To RS-232C connector
• Note type
To REMOTE terminal
To RS-232C connector
• Remote control (when remote control cable is used)
To remote control
cable terminal
Remote control cable
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V
RGB IN-1
Connecting to Various Devices (Cont.)
Connecting the Power Cord (Supplied)
After all devices have finished being connected, connect the projector’s power cord. At this time, do not turn on the MAIN
POWER switch yet.
1 Insert the supplied power cord
into the power input terminal (AC
IN ~) of the projector.
1. Remove the power input terminal cover.
The cover is a screwed type. Turn the cover in the
direction of the arrow to remove.
1
Power cord (supplied)
2
220V, single phase
CAUTIONS
To prevent fire and electric shock, observe the following:
• When you do not use devices, pull out their power cords
from wall outlets.
• Do not connect the devices with power cords other than
supplied.
• Do not use voltage other than the power voltage indicated.
• Do not scar, damage, or work on the power cords. Also, do
not put a heavy object on, heat or pull the power cords,
otherwise they may be damaged.
• Do not insert or pull out the plugs with a wet hand.
■ To use the projector
• Remove the lens cap.
2. Insert the projector plug of the supplied power
cord into the power input terminal of the projector.
Align the groove on the projector plug of the power
cord with the claw on the power input terminal of the
projector, and push the plug in firmly.
After that, turn the ring on the plug in the direction of
the arrow to fix.
2 Insert the plug of the supplied
power cord into a wall outlet, and
turn the plug to right to fix.
CAUTION
• Be sure to remove the cap; otherwise, it may be
deformed (or degraded in quality) or melted, possibly
causing a fire or malfunction.
CAUTIONS
• Since the power requirement of the projector is high, be sure
to insert the power plug directly into a wall outlet.
• This projector requires a single phase, 3-wire, 220V — 240V
wall outlet.
Lens cap
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Connecting to Various Devices (Cont.)
When Turning On the Devices Connected to the Projector
Turn on the switches of the projector and the devices connected in the following order.
Skip over unconnected devices if there is any.
Power switch of the monitor of the computer which provides input to the projector
Peripheral devices of the computer which provides input to the projector
(Hard disk, magneto optical disk, scanner, etc.)
Power switch of AV devices which provide input to the projector
Projector itself
Power switches of devices to which the projector provides output
(AV devices and display monitor)
Power switch of the computer which provides input to the projector
* When turning off the power switches, do so in the reverse order.
CAUTIONS and NOTES
Do not turn off the MAIN POWER switch suddenly while the projector is being used or immediately after it has been
used. This could cause a malfunction.
• Since the projector uses a high-intensity lamp and is heated to high temperature, cooling fans are operating even during
projection. So, after use, the cooling fans continue to run until the light-source lamp is sufficiently cooled down after the
OPERATE button was pressed. During the cooling-down, never turn off the main power switch. Turn it off only after the cooling
fans (except the one for the light-source lamp power supply) have stopped running.
(The cooling fans will run for about 10 minutes after the STAND BY indicator has changed from flashing (for about 20 seconds)
to steady lighting.)
• If you press the OPERATE button immediately after the light-source lamp lights, it takes about 30 seconds for the lamp to go
off. To turn the lamp on again, wait 20 seconds or more before pressing the OPERATE button.
When the TEMP indicator lights, the power turns off automatically.
• While the light-source lamp is on, if an abnormal temperature rise is detected, the TEMP indicator comes on, the power is
automatically cut off, and the projector’s EMERGENCY indicator blinks (goes into an emergency mode).
When the EMERGENCY indicator blinks, turn off the main power switch after the fans have stopped running.
• If the following abnormality occur to the projector, it goes into an emergency mode (the EMERGENCY indicator blinks).
When the projector goes into an emergency mode, it stops projecting automatically and the cooling fans will continue to run for
about 10 minutes more before they stop (except the cooling fan for the light-source lamp power supply which continues
running as long as the MAIN POWER switch is on).
– When the light-source lamp suddenly goes off.
– When the fans stop running.
– When the temperature inside rises abnormally high.
• When the projector goes into an emergency mode:
After the fans have stopped, turn off the MAIN POWER switch and pull out the power cord. After that, re-insert the power cord
and try to operate the projector. If it goes into emergency again, after the fans have stopped, turn off the main power switch,
pull out the power cord, and consult your authorized dealer or service center for repair.
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Basic Operations
■ Projector’s buttons
The following describes the basic procedure for normal use of
the projector.
STAND BY indicator
1. Turning on the Power
OPERATE indicator
1 Turn on the MAIN POWER switch
of the projector.
ON [ ❙ ]:The main power turns on and the STAND BY
indicator comes on.
Projector’s indicator
STAND BY
OPERATE
LAMP
TEMP
EMERGENCY
OPERATE button
MAIN POWER switch
AV
2, 1
1, 2
RGB
STAND BY
2 Press the OPERATE button for one
second or more.
(Or press the remote control’s
OPERATE button for one second
or more.)
• The OPERATE indicator comes on.
• About 30 seconds after the MAIN POWER switch is
turned on, you can start projecting.
Projector
Remote control unit
OPERATE
or
OPERATE
Note
• After the power is turned on, the screen may be jumbled for a few
seconds, but this is not a malfunction.
■ Turning off the Power
1 Press the OPERATE button for one
second or more.
(Or press the remote control’s
OPERATE button for one second
or more.)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
OPERATE button
AV HIDE
PRESET
2, 1
PAGE BACK
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
Example of the projector’s button
Projector
EN
ME
NU
/
• The STAND BY indicator changes to blinking, and the
projector goes into cool-down mode.
TE
R
\
STAND BY
OPERATE
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
2 Turn off the MAIN POWER switch
after the cooling fans have
stopped running.
LENS
‡]: The MAIN POWER switch turns off and the
OFF [‡
STAND BY indicator goes off.
Projector
STAND BY
* Do not turn off the MAIN POWER switch during cool
down mode (the STAND BY indicator blinking). About
10 minutes after the STAND BY indicator comes on
steady (stand-by mode), the cooling fans (except the
one for the light-source lamp power supply) will stop,
and then turn off the MAIN POWER switch.
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Basic Operations (Cont.)
■ Projector’s buttons
2. Select the video input to be projected
AV button
■ Press the AV button or the RGB button to switch the
input.
• Each time you press either button, the selected input changes as
follows.
■ When you press VIDEO:
LAMP
TEMP
EMERGENCY
RGB
AV
SETTING
Y/C
QU
AL
RGB button
VIDEO
YPBPR
■ When you press COMPUTER:
RGB 1
RGB 2
Screen display
YPBPR
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
■ Remote control unit
LENS LOCKÔ UNLOCK
switch
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PAGE BACK
PRESET
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
TE
R
AV button
* When the input is switched, the line display and the source
display are shown on the upper part of the screen (they
disappear in about five seconds). However, they will not be
shown if LINE DISPLAY in “Setting and Adjusting Other
Functions (OPTIONS)” on page 41 is set to OFF.
(For setting the source, see page 44.)
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
RGB button
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
ZOOM (T/W) buttons
3. Adjust the screen size
LENS
■ Adjust the screen size with the remote control’s ZOOM
(T/W) buttons.
When adjusting the screen size with the ZOOM buttons, set the
LENS LOCKÔUNLOCK switch to the UNLOCK position.
■ To enlarge the screen size:
Press the ZOOM (W) button.
■ To reduce the screen size:
Press the ZOOM (T) button.
Remote control unit
+
FOCUS
–
ATTENTIONS
• DO NOT give any shock to this projector while
operating it; otherwise, the light-source lamp goes off
(the EMERGENCY indicator lights up).
If the shock turns off the light-source lamp —
Turn off the power by pressing the MAIN POWER
switch, then turn it on again. Then, when the
STAND BY indicator comes on, you can now
operate the projector as usual.
Notes
• The adjustment of the screen size (zoom adjustment) can also be made on
the setting menu.
For operating the setting menu, refer to “Making Basic Settings” on page 30.
• When a fixed-focus lens is used, you cannot operate the setting menu.
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Basic Operations (Cont.)
■ Projector’s buttons
4. Adjust focus
■ Adjust focus with the remote control’s FOCUS (+/–)
buttons.
When adjusting the focus with the FOCUS buttons, set the LENS
LOCKÔUNLOCK switch to the UNLOCK position.
MERGENCY
RGB
AV
SETTING
QUICK
ALIGN.
Remote control unit
+
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
button
–
Note
• Focus adjustment can also be made on the setting menu. For operating the
setting menu, refer to “Making Basic Settings” on page 30.
¶ For Operating Other Functions
■ To use the quick alignment function
■ Remote control unit
LENS LOCKÔ UNLOCK
switch
QUICK ALIGN.
button
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
The quick alignment function is used to automatically adjust (set)
the screen settings of “TRACKING, PHASE, H. POS. and V. POS.”
of computer system input video.
• Use either the remote control’s or projector’s button.
■ When using the remote control unit:
Press the QUICK ALIGN. button.
■ When using the projector:
Clear the menu display, and press the projector’s QUICK
ALIGN. “ ” and “ ” buttons at the same time.
R
TE
* During the automatic adjustment, “QUICK-ALIGNMENT” appears
on the screen and disappears automatically after the adjustment
is completed.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
Remote control unit
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
Projector
QUICK
ALIGN.
FOCUS (+/–)
buttons
LENS
QUICK
ALIGN.
Screen display
QUICK-ALIGNMENT
Note
• This function works only for computer system inputs.
CAUTION
• When performing automatic adjustment using the quick
alignment function:
Use a bright, still-picture screen. It may not function correctly on a
dark or motion-picture screen.
If the condition adjusted by using the quick alignment function is not
good, manually adjust TRACKING, PHASE, H. POS. and V. POS.
(see pages 30, 36 and 37).
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Basic Operations (Cont.)
■ To display the SETTING menu
The setting menu is used to make basic adjustments and settings
(TRACKING, PHASE, H. POS., V. POS., FOCUS and ZOOM) of
the video picture being projected after installation (connection) or
after inputs are switched. For operating the setting menu, refer to
“Making Basic Settings” on page 30.
■ Projector’s button
TEMP
EMERGENCY
RGB
AV
SETTING
QUICK
ALIGN.
• Press the projector’s SETTING button.
The setting menu is displayed on the screen.
Remote control unit
SETTING button
SETTING
■ To display the MAIN menu
The main menu is used to adjust or set the projected video picture
and the projector’s condition, etc. (PIXEL CLOCK, POSITION,
PICTURE, OPTIONS, SOURCE DECODER and LANGUAGE). For
operating the main menu, refer to pages 33 to 58.
• Press the remote control’s MENU/ENTER button.
The main menu appears on the screen.
Remote control unit
MEN
U/
EN
■ Remote control unit
TER
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PRESET button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
Note
• To change the menu language displayed
English is set when the projector is shipped from the factory. The language
displayed can be selected from the following six languages:
(Japanese), ENGLISH, DEUTSCH (German), ESPAÑOL (Spanish),
ITALIANO (Italian), and FRANÇAIS (French). However, some words such
as “QUICK-ALIGNMENT“ are displayed only in English. Pronouns such as
line display and source display are similarly treated.
■ To clear the main menu
Use the PAGE BACK button to clear the main menu.
For how to operate the PAGE BACK button, see pages 33 to 58.
LENS
• While the main menu is displayed, press PAGE BACK on
the remote control.
The main menu will disappear.
Remote control unit
PAGE BACK
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Basic Operations (Cont.)
■ To display “CHANNEL” on the screen
■ Remote control unit
AV HIDE button
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PAGE BACK
PRESET
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
While no menu is displayed, pressing the PAGE BACK button
causes the channel now being used to appear.
You can also switch channels. For details, refer to “Switching
Channels with a Direct Channel” on page 52.
• While no menu is displayed, press PAGE BACK on the remote
control.
The channel appears on the screen.
R
TE
Remote control unit
PRESET button
PAGE BACK
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
■ To temporarily erase video image
LENS
Press the AV HIDE button, and video image will temporarily
disappear from the screen. Pressing the button again will resume
the video image.
• Press AV HIDE on the remote control.
Video image temporarily disappears from the screen.
Remote control unit
AV HIDE
■ To use the remote control’s PRESET button
The PRESET button is used for adjustments made on the main
menu or setting menu.
• When resetting only the selected settings to the factory-set
values, press the remote control’s PRESET button.
Only the selected item’s setting is reset to the factory-set value.
Remote control unit
PRESET
Notes
• This button works only for numeric values. It does not work for switching
between ON and OFF.
• For items such as PIXEL CLOCK (TRACKING and PHASE), POSITION (H.
POS. and V. POS.), both settings are reset at the same time.
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Operating the Setting Menu
Making Basic Settings
In this section, we are making basic picture adjustments which
should be performed after installation (connection).
■ Projector’s buttons
SETTING button
Notes
MERGENCY
AV
RGB
SETTING
QUICK
ALIGN.
QUICK ALIGN. button
■ Setting menu
the SETTING button of the
1 Press
projector.
• The setting menu is displayed on the screen.
the SETTING button to
2 Press
select the desired item.
SETTING
TRACKING
PHASE
H.POS.
V.POS.
FOCUS
ZOOM
SIFT LENS
• The setting menu is displayed when you press the SETTING button
on the projector. After the menu is displayed, you can make settings
(adjustments).
• If the projector’s position or connections have been changed,
adjustments and settings should be performed again.
• After adjustments, if further picture adjustment is necessary
depending on the equipment connected, use the main menu (pages
33 to 58) to make detailed settings and adjustments.
• For computer-related inputs, use of the quick alignment function
allows automatic adjustment of TRACKING, PHASE, H. POS. and
V. POS. (See pages 30, 36 and 37).
10
0
0
0
– +
W T
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Each time
you press the button, the selected item changes as
follows:
TRACKING
PHASE
Menu clearing
SIFT LENS
H. POS.
ZOOM
V. POS.
FOCUS
Memo
Adjustment • setting level
Description of adjustment and setting items
TRACKING
PHASE
H. POS.
V. POS.
FOCUS
ZOOM
SIFT LENS
: If wide vertical stripes appear on the screen,
adjust the lateral video size and display area
so that they disappear. (–255 ↔ 0 ↔ +255)
: If characters on the screen flicker or become
dim, adjust so they become clear.
(–127 ↔ 0 ↔ +127)
: If the screen position is displaced to the right
or left, adjust the horizontal position of the
screen. (–255 ↔ 0 ↔ +255)
: If the screen position is displaced upward or
downward, adjust the vertical position of the
screen. (–120 ↔ 0 ↔ +120)
: Adjust the focus of video picture.
–: Focuses on near points.
+: Focuses on farther points.
: Adjust the screen size (angle of view).
T : Becomes smaller.
W : Becomes larger.
: Adjusts the projected screen position.
∞: Moves it down.
5: Moves it up.
To select items using the remote control unit:
Items can be selected using the cursor buttons 5 (backward) or
∞(forward) on the remote control unit. In this case, menu clearing in
the above order is not available. The selection changes from SIFT
LENS to TRACKING directly.
and set the selected item
3 Adjust
using the QUICK ALIGN. buttons
or
.
• To adjust and set multiple items, repeat steps 2 and 3.
• To reset the adjustment value of the selected item
(TRACKING, PHASE, H. POS. or V. POS.) to the
factory-set value, press the remote control’s PRESET
button. This button does not work for focus and zoom.
Memo
To adjust and set items using the remote control unit:
Items can be adjusted or set by pressing the MENU/ENTER button
toward the 2 or 3 mark on the remote control.
the setting menu by
4 Clear
pressing the SETTING button
repeatedly.
Memo
To clear the setting menu using the remote control unit:
You can also clear the setting menu by pressing the PAGE BACK
button on the remote control unit.
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Operating the Main Menu
Configuration the Main Menu (AV Input) For computer inputs, see the following page.
You can adjust video quality (PICTURE) and etc. using the menus.
The menus are configured as follows:
Main menu (AV inputs : During EXT. IN input signal)
PIXEL CLOCK
TRACKING
PHASE
: Normally, no adjustment is required. The lateral size and display area of video image are adjusted.
: Normally, no adjustment is required. Flickering or dim video image is adjusted.
POSITION
V. POS.
H. POS.
: The vertical position of the video image being projected is adjusted.
: The horizontal position of the video image being projected is adjusted.
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
ALL RESET
:
:
:
:
:
:
OPTIONS
MENU AUTO OFF : Sets whether to turn off menu display automatically (YES) or not (NO).
LINE DISPLAY
: Sets whether to make the line display effective (ON) or not (OFF) for about 5 seconds after input
switching.
RIGHT LEFT REV. : Video image is reversed right-to-left.
TOP BOTTOM INV. : Video image is inverted top-to-bottom.
CLAMP
: Sets the clamp pulse’s position at the back porch (BP) or on the sink tip (ST). Normally, the clamp
pulse is used at BP. If, with some PCs or workstations, the screen becomes unstable such as
being too dark or too bright, try to switch to ST.
RESIZE
: Does not work with AV (video) input. (RESIZE is shown in gray.)
BACK COLOR
: Specifies the background color when there is no video signal. Background color can be selected
from BLUE, CYAN, BLACK, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, and YELLOW.
COLOR TEMP.
: Adjusts the color temperature of the image being projected. Make adjustment when the image
becomes reddish or bluish.
Color temperature can be set to LOW, MIDDLE, or HIGH.
ASPECT CHANGE : Selects the vertical-to-horizontal ratio of the image projected. The factory-set ratio is 4 : 3. When
projecting high-vision video image, a ratio of 16 : 9 can be selected.
SLEEP TIME
: Sets the length of sleep time. A set sleep time after input signal is depleted, the projector goes into
a stand-by state. Sleep time can be selected from 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes
and 0 minutes. (If you select 0 minutes, the sleep time will be cleared.)
LAMP TIME
: Indicates the accumulated used hours of the light-source lamp.
SOURCE
: Normally used in AUTO. If use in AUTO is unstable such as color not appearing, the screen being disturbed or the
screen being intermitted, set to the dedicated source (forced mode) in accordance with the input signal.
USER allows you to set a source which is uniquely adjusted by the user.
CHANNEL
: Sets a line and multiple sources for each channel.
USER SOURCE
SET UP
: Sets up an area for the source being input, and registers the user name.
DISPLAY SIZE
: This does not work for AV [EXT. IN (VIDEO, Y/C, YPBPR)] input signals. (Adjustment items are displayed in gray
color).
DECODER
: Normally, set to AUTO. The color system of an input signal is automatically identified and shown in ( ). When use
in AUTO is unstable such as no color being shown, set the dedicated color system in accordance with the input
signal. You can select from AUTO, NTSC(480i), NTSC4.43, PAL, and SECAM.
LANGUAGE
: Text on the screen can be changed to a language other than English. Languages that can be displayed are the
following six :
(Japanese), ENGLISH, DEUTSCH (German), ESPAÑOL (Spanish), ITALIANO (Italian), and
FRANÇAIS (French). However, some text such as “QUICK-ALIGNMENT”, etc. are shown only in English.
The brightness of the video image being projected is adjusted.
The contrast of the video image being projected is adjusted.
The sharpness of the video image being projected is adjusted.
The color density of the video image being projected is adjusted.
The tint of the video image being projected is adjusted. (Displayed only for NTSC signal)
All the items adjusted are reset.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Configuration of the Main Menu (Computer-related input)
Main menu (Computer-related inputs : During COMPUTER IN-1 or -2 input signal)
PIXEL CLOCK TRACKING
PHASE
: The lateral size and display area of video image are adjusted.
: Flickering or dim video image is adjusted.
POSITION
V. POS.
H. POS.
: The vertical position of the video image being projected is adjusted.
: The horizontal position of the video image being projected is adjusted.
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
R-GAIN
G-GAIN
B-GAIN
TEXT MODE
:
:
:
:
:
:
ALL RESET
The brightness of the video image being projected is adjusted.
The contrast of the video image being projected is adjusted.
The gain in red signal of the video image being projected is adjusted.
The gain in green signal of the video image being projected is adjusted.
The gain in blue signal of the video image being projected is adjusted.
Adjust easiness for reading text during RESIZE.
NORMAL: Normal
TEXT 1:
Display the outline of small letters already.
TEXT 2:
Makes the outline of large letters sharp.
: All the items adjusted are reset.
OPTIONS
MENU AUTO OFF : Sets whether to turn off menu display automatically (YES) or not (NO).
LINE DISPLAY
: Sets whether to make the line display effective (ON) or not (OFF) for about 5 seconds after input
switching.
RIGHT LEFT REV. : Image is reversed right-to-left.
TOP BOTTOM INV. : Image is inverted top-to-bottom.
CLAMP
: Sets the clamp pulse’s position at the back porch (BP) or on the sink tip (ST). Normally, the clamp
pulse is used at BP. If, with some PCs or workstations, the screen becomes unstable such as
being too dark or too bright, try to switch to ST.
RESIZE
: When the number of pixels (resolution) sought by the video image input is smaller than that
(resolution) of D-ILA device, the video image is then enlarged to a virtually full screen size of D-ILA
device and projected. (Resizing indication)
BACK COLOR
: Specifies the background color when there is no image signal. Background color can be selected
from BLUE, CYAN, BLACK, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, and YELLOW.
COLOR TEMP.
: Adjusts the color temperature of the video image being projected. Make adjustment when the
video image becomes reddish or bluish.
Color temperature can be set to LOW, MIDDLE, or HIGH.
ASPECT CHANGE : Selects the vertical-to-horizontal ratio of the video image projected. The factory-set ratio is 4 : 3.
When projecting high-vision image, a ratio of 16 : 9 can be selected.
SLEEP TIME
: Sets the length of sleep time. A set sleep time after input signal is depleted, the projector goes into
a stand-by state. Sleep time can be selected from 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes
and 0 minute. (If you select 0 minutes, the sleep time will be cleared.)
LAMP TIME
: Indicates accumulated used hours of the light-source lamp.
SOURCE
: Normally used in AUTO. If use in AUTO is unstable such as color not appearing, the screen being disturbed or the
screen being intermitted, set to the dedicated source (forced mode) in accordance with the input signal.
USER allows you to set a source which is uniquely adjusted by the user.
CHANNEL
: Sets a line and multiple sources for each channel.
USER SOURCE
SET UP
: Sets up an area for the source being input, and registers the user name.
DISPLAY SIZE
: Adjusts H PIXEL, V PIXEL, H CENTER and V CENTER of video image.
DECODER
: Does not work with computer-related inputs. (The color system is indicated in gray.)
LANGUAGE
: Text on the screen can be changed to a language other than English. Languages that can be displayed are the
following six :
(Japanese), ENGLISH, DEUTSCH (German), ESPAÑOL (Spanish), ITALIANO (Italian), and
FRANÇAIS (French). However, some text such as “QUICK-ALIGNMENT”, etc. are shown only in English.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Operating the Main Menu (Basic Operation of the Main Menu)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
For projector’s menus, the setting menu and the main menu are
available.
Here, we explain about the operation of the main menu.
For the setting menu, refer to “Making Basic Settings” on page 30.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
• The main menu is displayed on the screen.
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select an item.
• The selected item (displayed text) is shown in magenta color
on the screen.
3 Set (adjust) the item.
LENS
■ When you have selected DECODER or LANGUAGE,
• Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3 mark to set.
* To finish the main menu, press the PAGE BACK button.
■ When you have selected an item on the submenu,
• Press MENU/ENTER to display the submenu. Then, set
(adjust) the item by pressing MENU/ENTER toward the 2/3
or 5/∞ mark.
* To return to the main menu, press PAGE BACK again. To
finish the main menu, press PAGE BACK again. (To finish the
main menu from the submenu, press PAGE BACK twice.)
■ About main menu display:
■ Main menu
Line display:
Submenu items
Channel
Source
Input line
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
DECODER
LANGUAGE
Decoder (color system)
Language
The selected input-mode designation is
displayed. For input-mode designation, “Y/C”,
“VIDEO”, “YPBPR”, “RGB 1” and “RGB 2” are
available.
Source display: The type of signal being input is displayed. With
this projector, unique designations are
previously given to specific horizontal and
vertical frequencies. This allows the source
selected under SOURCE (submenu item) to
be indicated. The source setting can be
selected from AUTO mode, dedicated (forced)
modes and USER mode. When AUTO is
selected, the horizontal and vertical
frequencies of a signal being input are detected
and the matched designation is displayed
in ( ).
Therefore, be careful as the source display
does not always correspond to the indication
or type of the input signal.
For the unique designations for the specific
horizontal and vertical frequencies, see page
19.
Channel display: The channel selected by the user is displayed.
The line and sources selected by the user have
been registered to the channel. Once
registered, the line and sources of the projector
will change to the ones the user has registered
only by switching between channels. The
settings should be made on the “Channel
setup/selection menu”. For details, see page
47.
Submenu item display:
See pages 36 to 58.
Decoder (Color system) display: See page 34.
Language display:
See page 35.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Changing the Color System
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
ME
NU
/
EN
• The main menu is shown on the screen.
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select “DECODER”.
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color
on the screen.
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
AUTO is set for the color system when the projector is shipped from
the factory. Normally, use it in AUTO. If operation in AUTO is unstable
such as with color not being shown, set to a dedicated color system
in accordance with the color system of the signal being input.
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3
3 mark
to set.
LENS
• Each time you press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3 mark,
the color system changes as follows:
3 : Forward / 2 : Backward
AUTO ................... Normally, set to AUTO. The color
system of a signal being input is
automatically identified.
NTSC(480i) .......... Dedicated to NTSC(480i).
■ Main menu
NTSC4.43 ............ Dedicated to NTSC4.43.
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
PAL ...................... Dedicated to PAL.
SECAM ................ Dedicated to SECAM.
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
Memo
Color system (DECODER) display
Note
• When computer-related signal is input, the display of the
color system is changed to gray color, making operation
impossible. When video signals from AV devices are input,
the item for the color system can be set.
About automatic signal identification
• AUTO is selected when shipped from the factory. In AUTO, the color system
(DECODER) of the signal being input is automatically identified and indicated
in ( ). Refer to the main menu display.
• If operation in AUTO is unstable such as with color not being shown, set to a
dedicated color system in accordance with the color system of the signal
being input. When the dedicated color system is set, be careful as automatic
identification does not work.
■ To finish the main menu, press the PAGE BACK
button.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Changing the Language Display
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
The language in the menu display is set to English when shipped
from the factory. When you want to change to another language, set
it as follows.
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu is shown on the screen.
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color
on the screen.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select “LANGUAGE”.
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3
3 mark
to set.
LENS
• Each time you press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3 mark,
the selected language changes as follows:
3 : Forward / 2 : Backward
............ Japanese
............ English
............ German
■ Main menu
............ Spanish
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
DECODER
LANGUAGE
Language display
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
............ Italian
............ French
Memo
About language display
English is selected when the projector is shipped from the factory. The
languages in the menu display are the following six :
(Japanese),
ENGLISH, DEUTSCH (German), ESPAÑOL (Spanish), ITALIANO (Italian) and
FRANÇAIS (French).
However, some text such as “QUICK-ALIGNMENT” is displayed only in English.
Unique designations such as line display and source display are similarly
indicated.
■ To finish the main menu, press the PAGE BACK
button.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Adjusting the Pixel Clock
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
The pixel clock should be adjusted mainly for computer-related inputs.
(Normally, it does not need to be adjusted for video inputs.) If a wide
stripe appears on the screen, adjust the lateral size of video image
and the display area (tracking adjustment) so the stripe disappears.
Also, if text on the video screen appears flickering or dim, make
adjustment so it becomes clear (phase adjustment).
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu appears on the screen.
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a submenu item, “PIXEL
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
CLOCK”.
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color
on the screen.
LENS
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The submenu items of the PIXEL CLOCK menu appears on the
screen.
PIXEL CLOCK
TRACKING
PHASE
0
0
■ Main menu
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
(PIXEL CLOCK menu)
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2, 3 , 5
4 or
∞ mark to adjust “TRACKING” and
“PHASE”.
• Adjust the tracking and phase of the video screen being
projected. To adjust the phase, first check for correct tracking
adjustment.
Adjustment item Button
2
The screen shrinks laterally (rightto-left). (–255 ← 0 ← +255)
3
The screen extends laterally
(right-to-left). (–255 → 0 → +255)
TRACKING
Submenu item (PIXEL CLOCK)
Adjustment content
Set to a position where text
appears clear.
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• A dim screen could be caused by insufficient adjustment of
brightness and contrast. Before adjusting phase, make sure
that brightness and contrast are correctly adjusted.
PHASE
5
(–127 → 0 → +127)
∞
(–127 ← 0 ← +127)
* To reset to the factory-set adjustment values, press the remote
control’s PRESET button.
Tracking and phase are reset to the factory-set adjustment values.
■ To return to the main menu, press the PAGE
BACK button. To finish the main menu, press
PAGE BACK again.
• To finish the menu display from the submenu display (PIXEL
CLOCK menu), press PAGE BACK twice.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Adjusting the Screen Position
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
• The main menu appears on the screen.
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a submenu item,
“POSITION”.
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color
on the screen.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
Adjust the position of the screen if it is displaced.
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The submenu items of the POSITION menu appear on the
screen.
LENS
POSITION
H.POS.
V.POS.
0
0
(POSITION menu)
■Main menu
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2, 3 , 5
4 or
∞ mark to adjust “H. POS.” and
“V. POS.”.
• Adjust the horizontal and vertical positions of the video picture
screen being projected.
Adjustment item Button
2
3
The screen moves to the right.
(–255 → 0 → +255)
5
The screen moves upwards.
(–120 → 0 → +120)
∞
The screen moves downwards.
(–120 ← 0 ← +120)
H. POS.
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
DECODER
LANGUAGE
V. POS.
Submenu item (POSITION)
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
Adjustment content
The screen moves to the left.
(–255 ← 0 ← +255)
* To reset to the factory-set adjustment values, press the remote
control’s PRESET button. H. POS. and V. POS. are reset to the
factory-set adjustment values.
■ To return to the main menu, press the PAGE
BACK button. To finish the main menu, press
PAGE BACK again.
• To finish the menu display from the submenu display (POSITION
menu), press PAGE BACK twice.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Adjusting Picture Quality
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
Adjust brightness, contrast, etc. so you have the desired screen.
Adjustment items (on the PICTURE menu) are different when videorelated signals are input and when computer-related signals are input.
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu appears on the screen.
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
“PICTURE”.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a submenu item,
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color
on the screen.
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
LENS
• The submenu items of the PICTURE menu appear on the
screen.
■ When AV signals are input
PICTURE
(NTSC(480i))
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
ALL RESET
–
0
0
3
3
1
■ Main menu
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
Submenu item (PICTURE)
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Adjustment items (on the PICTURE menu) are different when
AV signals are input and when computer-related signals are
input.
(Video-image PICTURE menu)
■ When computer-related signals are input
PICTURE
(SXGA2)
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
R-GAIN
G-GAIN
B-GAIN
TEXT MODE
ALL RESET
0
0
0
0
0
NORMAL
(Computer-image PICTURE menu)
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
4 Press
mark to select the item to adjust.
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Adjusting Picture Quality (Cont.)
■Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3
5 mark
to adjust the selected item.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
■ For video system input
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
• To adjust multiple items, repeat steps 4 and 5.
• To reset all items (to factory-set adjustment values, “0”), press
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞ mark to select “ALL
RESET”, and press MENU/ENTER.
• To reset only the selected items (ALL RESET excluded) to
the factory-set adjustment value, press the remote control’s
PRESET button. The selected item is reset to the factory-set
adjustment value.
Adjustment item Button
LENS
2
Gets darker.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
3
Gets brighter.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
2
Gets lower.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
3
Gets higher.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
2
Gets softer.
(0 ← 7)
3
Gets sharper.
(0 → 7)
2
Gets softer.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
3
Gets deeper.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
2
Gets reddish.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
3
Gets greenish.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR
■Submenu items
[PICTURE menu]
TINT
PICTURE
(NTSC(480i))
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
ALL RESET
–
0
0
3
3
1
ALL RESET
Adjustment content
Resets all adjustment values of
MENU/
items on the PICTURE menu to
ENTER
the factory-set values (0).
Notes
• The adjustment item, TINT, is displayed only for NTSC system. It is not
displayed (cannot be adjusted) when PAL or SECAM system signals are
input.
• When video signals are input to the COMPUTER IN-2 terminal, adjustment
items “COLOR” and “TINT” are indicated but cannot be adjusted.
■ For computer system input
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Adjustment items (on the PICTURE menu) are different when
AV signals are input and when computer-related signals are
input.
• To adjust multiple items, repeat steps 4 and 5.
• To reset all items (to factory-set adjustment values, “0”), press
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞ mark to select “ALL RESET”,
and press MENU/ENTER.
• To reset only the selected items (ALL RESET excluded) to the
factory-set adjustment value, press the remote control’s PRESET
button. The selected item is reset to the factory-set adjustment
value.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Adjusting Picture Quality (Cont.)
■Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
Adjustment item Button
OPERATE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
RGB/COMPUTER
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
3
Gets brighter.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
2
Gets lower.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
3
Gets higher.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
2
Gets less reddish.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
3
Gets more reddish.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
2
Gets less greenish.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
3
Gets more greenish.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
2
Gets less bluish.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
3
Gets more bluish.
(–30 → 0 → +30)
CONTRAST
MENU/ENTER button
AV
2
BRIGHTNESS
AV HIDE
R-GAIN
G-GAIN
LENS
Adjustment content
Gets darker.
(–30 ← 0 ← +30)
B-GAIN
TEXT MODE
Sets a mode which allows easy
text reading.
2
3
■Submenu items
ALL RESET
[PICTURE menu]
TEXT1
TEXT2
TEXT1
NORMAL
TEXT2
NORMAL
Resets all adjustment values of
items on the PICTURE quality
MENU/
menu to the factory-set status
ENTER
(adjustment values: 0, text
mode: NORMAL).
PICTURE
(SXGA2)
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
R-GAIN
G-GAIN
B-GAIN
TEXT MODE
ALL RESET
0
0
0
0
0
NORMAL
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Adjustment items (on the PICTURE menu) are different when
AV signals are input and when computer-related signals are
input.
Note
• There is a relationship between the adjustment of items R-GAIN, G-GAIN,
and B-GAIN and that of item CONTRAST. For example, when adjustment
values are : R-GAIN: 0, G-GAIN: 5, B-GAIN: 0, and CONTRAST: 0, changing
CONTRAST to 1 changes the adjustment values as follows: R-GAIN: 1, GGAIN: 6, and B-GAIN: 1.
Also, when the adjustment value of any of R-GAIN, G-GAIN, and B-GAIN
has reached -30 (minimum) or +30 (maximum), CONTRAST cannot be
adjusted to any higher value. For example, when R-GAIN is 0, G-GAIN is 5,
B-GAIN is 0, and CONTRAST is 0, increasing CONTRAST allows the other
adjustment values to increase until R-GAIN: 25, G-GAIN: 30, and B-GAIN:
25, then CONTRAST becomes 25 and cannot be adjusted to any higher
value.
¶ To return to the main menu, press the PAGE
BACK button. To finish the main menu, press
PAGE BACK again.
• To finish the menu display from the submenu display (PICTURE
menu), press PAGE BACK twice.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting and Adjusting Other Functions (OPTIONS)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
ME
NU
/
EN
Memo
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
The following optional functions can be set (adjusted).
• MENU AUTO OFF
• LINE DISPLAY
• RIGHT LEFT REV.
• TOP BOTTOM INV. • CLAMP
• RESIZE
• BACK COLOR
• COLOR TEMPERATURE
• ASPECT CHANGE
• SLEEP TIME
• LAMP TIME
About the lamp use time
The lamp use time indicates the accumulated used hours of the light-source
lamp and cannot be set or adjusted. When you have replaced with a new
light-source lamp, reset the lamp use time.
Note
• The RESIZE function works for only computer system input. It does not work
for video system input.
LENS
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu appears on the screen.
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a submenu item,
“OPTION”.
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color
on the screen.
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
■ Main menu
• The submenu items of the OPTIONS menu are displayed.
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
OPTIONS
MENU AUTO OFF
LINE DISPLAY
RIGHT LEFT REV.
TOP BOTTOM INV.
CLAMP
RESIZE
BACK COLOR
COLOR TEMP.
ASPECT CHANGE
SLEEP TIME
LAMP TIME
NO
ON
OFF
OFF
BP
ON
BLUE
MIDDLE
4:3
0 Min.
10 H.
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
DECODER
LANGUAGE
(OPTIONS menu)
Submenu item (OPTIONS)
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
4 Press
mark to select an item to set (adjust).
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color.
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Items to be set (adjusted) are different when AV signals are
input and when computer system signals are input.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting and Adjusting Other Functions (OPTIONS) (Cont.)
■Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
• To adjust multiple items, repeat steps 4 and 5.
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3
5 mark
to select an item to set (adjust).
PAGE BACK button
Adjustment item Button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
2/3
2/3
Sets whether to show the line display (Y/C,
VIDEO, etc.) at the top of the projected
screen or not. (Factory setting : ON)
OFF: Does not show the line display.
ON : Shows the line display.
(The line display disappears about 5
seconds after it is shown.)
OFF
ON
2/3
Reverses video image right-to-left.
(Factory setting : OFF)
OFF: For the front method
ON : For upside hanging from the ceiling
OFF
ON
2/3
Inversus video image upside-down.
(Factory setting : OFF)
OFF: For normal set-up
ON : For upside hanging from the ceiling
OFF
ON
2/3
Sets the clamp pulse’s position at the back
porch (BP) or on the sink tip (ST).
Normally, the clamp is used at BP. If, with
some PCs or workstations, the screen
becomes unstable such as being too dark
or too bright, try to switch to ST.
(factory setting: BP)
BP : The clamp pulse is positioned at the
back porch.
ST : The clamp pulse is positioned on the
sink tip.
BP
ST
2/3
When the number of pixels (resolution)
sought by the input video is smaller than
that (resolution) of D-ILA device, the video
image is then enlarged to virtually full
screen size of D-ILA device and projected
(resizing display). (Factory setting : ON)
Does not work (cannot be set) for video
system input.
OFF : Does not enlarge the video image for
projection. When the number of
pixels sought by video image is
smaller than that of D-ILA device,
projection takes place on a small
screen size with a black area around
the screen.
ON : Enlarges virtually to the full screen
size of D-ILA device for projection
(resizing display).
OFF
ON
EN
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
MENU AUTO
OFF
LENS
LINE DISPLAY
RIGHT LEFT
REV.
TOP BOTTOM
INV.
■ Submenu items
[OPTIONS menu]
CLAMP
OPTIONS
MENU AUTO OFF
LINE DISPLAY
RIGHT LEFT REV.
TOP BOTTOM INV.
CLAMP
RESIZE
BACK COLOR
COLOR TEMP.
ASPECT CHANGE
SLEEP TIME
LAMP TIME
NO
ON
OFF
OFF
BP
ON
BLUE
MIDDLE
4:3
0 Min.
10 H.
RESIZE
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Items to be set (adjusted) are different when AV signals are
input and when computer-system signals are input.
• When you turn the RESIZE function ON, allowing the screen
to be enlarged virtually to its full size for projection (resizing
display), the video image (resolution) becomes coarse.
Adjustment content
Sets whether to clear the menu display
automatically a fixed time later or not.
(Factory setting : NO)
YES: Clears the display automatically in
about 25 seconds.
NO : Does not clear the display
automatically.
NO
YES
ME
NU
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting and Adjusting Other Functions (OPTIONS) (Cont.)
■Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
Adjustment item Button
OPERATE
AV HIDE
BACK COLOR
PRESET
PAGE BACK
2/3
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
YELLOW
EN
ME
NU
/
2/3
Sets the vertical-to-horizontal ratio (4 : 3 or 16
: 9) of the video image projected. (Factory
setting : 4 : 3)
4 : 3 : The aspect ratio of the screen
becomes 4 : 3. Set it to 4 : 3 for video
of NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, SECAM.
16 : 9: The aspect ratio of the screen
becomes 16 : 9. Set it to 16 : 9 for HiVision devices (W-VHS VCR, etc.)
4:3
16 : 9
R
TE
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
LENS
ASPECT
CHANGE
SLEEP TIME
■ Submenu items
[OPTIONS menu]
MAGENTA
2/3
RGB/COMPUTER
COLOR
TEMP.
RED
Sets the color temperature of the video image
being projected. Make adjustment when the
image becomes reddish or bluish. (Factory
setting : MIDDLE)
LOW
: Color temperature decreases
(video image becoming reddish).
MIDDLE : Results in middle color
temperature.
HIGH : Color temperature increases
(video image becoming bluish).
LOW
MIDDLE
HIGH
MENU/ENTER button
AV
Adjustment content
Sets background color when there is no input
signal. (Factory setting : BLUE)
BLUE
CYAN
BLACK
GREEN
2/3
Sets the length of sleep time which
automatically brings the projector into standby state. You can select one of the following
sleep times : 10 minutes, 20 minute, 30
minutes, 60 minutes and 0. (Factory setting :
0 minutes)
10
20
30
60
0
If set to “0” minutes, this function does not work.
OPTIONS
MENU AUTO OFF
LINE DISPLAY
RIGHT LEFT REV.
TOP BOTTOM INV.
CLAMP
RESIZE
BACK COLOR
COLOR TEMP.
ASPECT CHANGE
SLEEP TIME
LAMP TIME
NO
ON
OFF
OFF
BP
ON
BLUE
MIDDLE
4:3
0 Min.
10 H.
¶ To return to the main menu, press the PAGE
BACK button. To finish the main menu, press
PAGE BACK again.
• To finish the menu display from the submenu display (OPTIONS
menu), press PAGE BACK twice.
Note
• When you view a conventional (normal) 4 : 3 video picture, which is not
wide video picture, on the projector’s screen the aspect change function,
the upper and lower parts of the video picture become partially invisible.
View such an original video picture in 4 : 3 mode, respecting the producer’s
intention.
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Items to be set (adjusted) are different when AV signals are
input and when computer-system signals are input.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Changing (Setting) the Source
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
Input mode
Factory setting
Input mode
Factory setting
VIDEO
NTSC(480i)
RGB 1
AUTO
Y/C
NTSC(480i)
RGB 2
AUTO
YPBPR
AUTO
—
—
Notes
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
Normally, use the source setting in AUTO. If use in AUTO is unstable
such as color not appearing, the screen being disturbed or the screen
being intermitted, set to the dedicated source (forced mode) in
accordance with the input signal.
Also, USER mode, which is a user-dedicated source, is available.
• When shipped from the factory, the source settings are as follows:
• Depending on the signal from a device connected, adjustment may be needed
after a dedicated source is set. If that is the case, adjust the appropriate
items.
• When the input mode (SOURCE) is VIDEO or Y/C, and if AUTO is set, the
automatic detecting function may work, possibly causing the screen to be
intermitted or disturbed. In that case, set to a dedicated source (forced mode).
• When special effect playback (fast-forward/twice-speed/triple-speed) is
performed on a video deck, etc., the picture may be disturbed or intermitted,
depending on the device.
• When inputting 480p or 720p-DTV-format signal in RGB 2 input mode, use
the dedicated source mode “SDTV(480p)” or “HDTV1(720p)”. (At AUTO,
480p or 720p signal can not be detected.)
LENS
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu appears on the screen.
■Main menu
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select “SOURCE”.
• The selected item (displayed in text) is shown in magenta color.
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The submenu items, SOURCE menu, appears on the screen.
SOURCE
(HDTV(1080i))
AUTO
NTSC(480i)
SDTV(480p)
HDTV(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
PAL/SECAM
PC-98
VGA1
VGA3
MAC13
VGA VESA
SVGA1
SVGA2
MAC16
XGA1
XGA2
MAC19
MAC21
SXGA1
SXGA2
SXGA3
USER
The display in ( ) shows
the currently set status.
Submenu item [SOURCE]
(SOURCE menu)
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Items that can be set are different when video signals are
input and when computer signals are input.
• For dedicated source signals (corresponding frequency, etc.)
for computer signals, see page 19.
MENU/ENTER toward the 2, 3 , 5
4 Press
or ∞ mark to select a source from the
“SOURCE” items.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Changing (Setting) the Source (Cont.)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
5 Press MENU/ENTER to set (fix).
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
Under “SOURCE” shown at the top of the screen, AUTO
is displayed in (
), and the menu will automatically
be cleared, finishing the setting procedure. Then,
information on the input source will be shown for about
5 seconds.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
■ When a source setting “AUTO” is selected:
SOURCE
(HDTV(1080i))
Select AUTO.
LENS
AUTO
NTSC(480i)
SDTV(480p)
HDTV(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
PAL/SECAM
PC-98
VGA1
VGA3
MAC13
VGA VESA
SVGA1
SVGA2
MAC16
XGA1
XGA2
MAC19
MAC21
SXGA1
SXGA2
SXGA3
USER
(SOURCE setup menu)
«
YPBPR
AUTO
HDTV(1080i)
■Submenu
[SOURCE setup menu]
SOURCE
(HDTV(1080i))
AUTO
NTSC(480i)
SDTV(480p)
HDTV(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
PAL/SECAM
PC-98
VGA1
VGA3
MAC13
VGA VESA
SVGA1
SVGA2
MAC16
XGA1
XGA2
MAC19
MAC21
SXGA1
SXGA2
SXGA3
USER
■ When a source setting “DEDICATED SOURCE” is
selected:
Under “SOURCE” shown at the top of the screen, a
dedicated source name is displayed in (
), and the
setting procedure is finished.
• To finish the menu display, press PAGE BACK twice. (The display
goes back to the main menu with the first press, and the main
menu is cleared with the second press.)
SOURCE
(HDTV(1080i))
Select a dedicated
source.
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Items that can be set are different when video signals are
input and when computer signals are input.
• For dedicated source signals (corresponding frequency, etc.)
for computer signals, see page 19.
AUTO
NTSC(480i)
SDTV(480p)
HDTV(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
PAL/SECAM
PC-98
VGA1
VGA3
MAC13
VGA VESA
SVGA1
SVGA2
MAC16
XGA1
XGA2
MAC19
MAC21
SXGA1
SXGA2
SXGA3
USER
(SOURCE setup menu)
(To be continued on the next page)
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Changing (Setting) the Source (Cont.)
■ Remote control unit
■ When a source setting “USER” is selected:
The “USER SOURCE setup menu” is displayed.
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
• On the “USER SOURCE setup menu (user)”, a source created
by the user can be selected.
•To select a user area, it must already be user-registered with the
“USER SOURCE setup menu”.
(See pages 54 to 56.)
MENU/ENTER button
SOURCE
(HDTV(1080i))
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
AUTO
NTSC(480i)
SDTV(480p)
HDTV(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
PAL/SECAM
PC-98
VGA1
VGA3
MAC13
VGA VESA
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
LENS
SVGA1
SVGA2
MAC16
XGA1
XGA2
MAC19
MAC21
SXGA1
SXGA2
SXGA3
USER
Select USER
(SOURCE setup menu)
«
SOURCE
(USER 1)
USER1
USER2
USER3
USER4
USER5
USER6
USER7
USER8
HD1035I_R
HD1035I_Y
(SOURCE setup menu (user))
■Submenu
[SOURCE setup menu]
SOURCE
(HDTV(1080i))
AUTO
NTSC(480i)
SDTV(480p)
HDTV(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
PAL/SECAM
PC-98
VGA1
VGA3
MAC13
VGA VESA
SVGA1
SVGA2
MAC16
XGA1
XGA2
MAC19
MAC21
SXGA1
SXGA2
SXGA3
USER
1. Press MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞ mark to
select a user area.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
2. Press MENU/ENTER down to set a source.
• By having a source set, the source for the projector
switches to the setting registered to the user source.
■ Pressing PAGE BACK twice will bring you back
to the main menu. To finish the main menu, press
PAGE BACK again.
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Items that can be set are different when video signals are
input and when computer signals are input.
• For dedicated source signals (corresponding frequency, etc.)
for computer signals, see page 19.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up Channels
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
When you set up channels, you can select a line and a multiple of
sources (up to 30) for each channel. If you are using a switcher and
set switcher numbers, you can also select each channel from the
switcher side.
Memo
• With multiple sources having been set on channels, when a channel is
selected, incoming signal is automatically checked and switched to one of
the sources registered on the channel.
If a matching source is not found among the registered sources, the most
approximate source of the sources registered will be selected.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu appears on the screen.
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a submenu item,
LENS
“CHANNEL”.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• A submenu item, “CHANNEL setup/selection menu”, appears
on the screen.
• If no “LINE”, “SOURCE” or “SWNo” item is registered,
unregistered characters (7) are displayed on the screen.
■Main menu
CHANNEL
(AUTO)
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
DECODER
LANGUAGE
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LINE
Y/C
VIDEO
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
SOURCE
NTSC(480i)
PAL/SECAM
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
SWNo
1
2
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
(CHANNEL setup menu)
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
4 Press
mark to select the channel (CH) whose
contents you want to change.
• The selected CH is shown in magenta color.
Submenu item [CHANNEL]
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3
5 mark
to select the item to set (LINE,
SOURCE or SWNo).
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• Items that can be set are different when video signals are
input and when computer signals are input.
• For dedicated source signals (corresponding frequency, etc.)
for computer signals, see page 19.
• The selected item is shown in magenta color.
• Unregistered channel items (LINE, SOURCE or SWNo) can also
be selected. However, “LINE” and “SOURCE” need to be already
set.
6 Press MENU/ENTER to set.
• Channel items LINE, SOURCE and SWNo) for the “CH” selected
on the “CHANNEL setup • selection” menu are set.
• For how to set each item, see pages 48 to 51.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up Channels (LINE setup)
■ Remote control unit
■ When LINE is selected:
The “LINE selection menu” screen appears.
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
LINE
ME
NU
/
EN
Y/C
VIDEO
YPBPR
RGB1
RGB2
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
NONE
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
(LINE selection menu)
LENS
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
1 Press
mark to select a line from the “LINE”
items.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
2 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• When you press MENU/ENTER, the “LINE” item shown in
magenta color is selected, and the display goes back to the
“Channel setup • selection” menu.
• If the “NONE” of “LINE” items is selected and MENU/ENTER is
pressed, all the settings, “LINE”, “SOURCE” and “SWNo”, of
the CH already selected will be cleared (erased).
(If the selected channel is the same with the one in ( ) under
the “CHANNEL” display at the top of the CHANNEL setup •
selection menu, the registration or settings cannot be cleared.)
■ CHANNEL setup • selection menu
CHANNEL
(AUTO)
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LINE
Y/C
VIDEO
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
SOURCE
NTSC(480i)
PAL/SECAM
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
■ Pressing PAGE BACK twice will bring you back to the
main menu. To finish the main menu, press PAGE BACK
again.
SWNo
1
2
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up Channels (SOURCE setup)
■ Remote control unit
■ When “SOURCE” is selected :
The “SOURCE registration” screen appears.
QUICK
ALIGN.
• To be able to display a menu, a “LINE” needs to be already registered.
• Sources already selected are indicated with check marks.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
SOURCE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
SVGA1
SVGA2
MAC16
XGA1
XGA2
MAC19
MAC21
SXGA1
SXGA2
SXGA3
USER
NTSC(480i)
SDTV(480p)
HDTV(720p)
HDTV(1080i)
PAL/SECAM
PC–98
VGA1
VGA3
MAC13
VGA VESA
(SOURCE registration menu)
LENS
MENU/ENTER toward the 2, 3 , 5
1 Press
or ∞ mark to select a source from the
“SOURCE” items.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
2 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
■ CHANNEL setup • selection menu
■ When “USER” is selected from “SOURCE registration menu” :
CHANNEL
(AUTO)
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LINE
Y/C
VIDEO
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
SOURCE
NTSC(480i)
PAL/SECAM
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
• When the item is set, a check mark is placed next to its source
name, which is registered as a “SOURCE”.
• If you place the cursor on a “SOURCE” item with a check mark
attached and press MENU/ENTER, the check mark will
disappear and the item will become unregistered as a
“SOURCE” item. (If the selected channel is the same with the
one in (
) under the “CHANNEL” display at the top of the
CHANNEL setup/selection menu, the registration or settings
cannot be cleared.)
SWNo
1
2
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
The “USER SOURCE registration menu” appears.
• Registered user sources are indicated with check marks.
SOURCE
USER1
USER2
USER3
USER4
USER5
USER6
USER7
USER8
HD1035I_R
HD1035I_Y
(USER SOURCE registration menu)
1.Press MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞ mark to
select a source from the SOURCE items.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
(To be continued on the next page)
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up Channels (SOURCE setup) (Cont.)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
2.Press the MENU/ENTER button.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
• When the item is set, a check mark is placed next to its user
name, which is registered as a “SOURCE”.
• If you place the cursor on a “SOURCE” item with a check
mark attached and press MENU/ENTER down straight, the
check mark will disappear, making the item unregistered as
a “SOURCE” item.
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
■ Pressing PAGE BACK twice will bring you back to the
main menu. To finish the main menu, press PAGE BACK
again.
LENS
■ CHANNEL setup • selection menu
CHANNEL
(AUTO)
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LINE
Y/C
VIDEO
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
SOURCE
NTSC(480i)
PAL/SECAM
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
SWNo
1
2
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
(If no line is registered, you cannot set any “SOURCE” item.)
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up Channels (SWNo. setup)
■ Remote control unit
■ When a switcher number “SWNo” is selected :
The “Switcher number setup menu” is displayed.
QUICK
ALIGN.
• To be able to display a menu, a “SOURCE” needs to be already set.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
SWITCHER
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
SWITCHER
NO.
1
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
(SWITCHER No. setting menu)
LENS
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or
13
mark to select a switcher number.
• Numbers that you can select from are numbers from 1 to 20
and characters “77” that signify non-registration.
• If you press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 mark, the number
becomes smaller, and pressing the button toward the 3 mark
makes the number larger.
• If you select “ 77”, “SWNo” will be deselected.
• If the selected channel is the same with the one in (
) under
the “CHANNEL” display at the top of the CHANNEL setup
selection menu, the registration or settings cannot be cleared.
■ CHANNEL setup • selection menu
CHANNEL
(AUTO)
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LINE
Y/C
VIDEO
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
SOURCE
NTSC(480i)
PAL/SECAM
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
SWNo
1
2
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
Note
2 Press the PAGE BACK button to set.
• When you press PAGE BACK, the switcher number is set, and
the display returns to the “CHANNEL setup/selection menu”.
• Be careful that if you set the same switcher number to a few
channels and operate using the switcher number, the youngestnumber channel is switched to because channels are read in
the order of channel numbers.
Note
• You can automatically switch the channels of the projector by specifying a
switcher number through an external controller.
As an example, if switcher number 1 (SWNo1) has been registered to channel
number 1 (CH1), specifying switcher number 1 (SWNo1) automatically
switches the projector to channel number 1 (CH1). (For this operation, a
setup is required to communicate between the projector and the external
controller.)
For information on external controllers, contact the dealer where you
purchased your projector.
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
(If no line is registered, you cannot set any “SW No” item.)
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Changing Channels (CH Change)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
Channels which have lines and sources registered can be switched.
The channels can be switched by using either a direct channel or the
“CHANNEL setup • selection” menu.
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
PAGE BACK button
■ To switch channels using a “DIRECT CHANNEL”
MENU/ENTER button
PAGE BACK while no menu is
1 Press
displayed.
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
• A channel No. is displayed on the right upper area of the screen.
• A channel number where lines and sources are registered is
displayed. (If such a channel is not available, AUTO will be
selected.)
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
CH: 1
LENS
(Direct channel switching menu)
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a channel number.
• The numbers that you can select from are from 1 to 10 and
AUTO.
• If you press MENU/ENTER toward the ∞ mark, the number
becomes smaller, and pressing the button toward 5 makes the
number larger.
• Pressing PAGE BACK cancels the selection.
■Main menu
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• The screen switches automatically to the line and source which
are set for the channel.
Channel
Line
RGB2
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
Submenu item [CHANNEL]
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
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CH: 1
MAC16
Source
Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Changing Channels (CH Change) (Cont.)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
■ To switch on the “CHANNEL setup • selection”
menu :
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu appears on the screen.
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
“CHANNEL”.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a submenu item,
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• A submenu item, “CHANNEL setup • selection menu”, appears
on the screen.
LENS
CHANNEL
(AUTO)
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LINE
Y/C
VIDEO
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
77777
SOURCE
NTSC(480i)
PAL/SECAM
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
SWNo
1
2
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
(CHANNEL setup • selection menu)
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
4 Press
mark to select the channel (CH) you
■Main menu
CH: 1
HDTV(1080i)
YPBPR
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
NTSC(480i)
ENGLISH
DECODER
LANGUAGE
want to switch to.
• The selected CH is shown in magenta color.
5 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• The line input, source and switcher number registered to the
channel are selected.
Channel
Line
CH: 1
MAC16
RGB2
Source
Submenu item [CHANNEL]
• To be able to select a channel, line input and sources need to
be already registered.
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up (or Changing) User Sources
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
A maximum of 10 types of information can individually be registered
regarding the source being input and projected through the line
connection.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
Memo
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
Before setting up a user source
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
Before operating to set up (or change) a user source, be sure to force the
incoming signal to be input in AUTO mode.
• Select “AUTO” on the Source Setup menu (see pages 44 to 46).
• Select “AUTO” with a direct channel (see page 52).
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
■ Preparation
With source setup “AUTO” selected, keep signal being input.
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
LENS
• The main menu appears on the screen.
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or
2 ∞Press
mark to select a submenu item,
“USER SOURCE SETUP”.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• A submenu item, “USER SOURCE SETUP menu” , appears on
the screen.
• “7” is displayed for Nos which have no user source registered.
■Main menu
USER SOURCE SETUP
AUTO
SXGA1
RGB1
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
AUTO(
)
ENGLISH
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
USER NAME
USER1
USER2
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
777777777
HD1035I_R
HD1035I_Y
(USER SOURCE setup menu)
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
4 Press
mark to select a “No” where no user
registration has been made.
Submenu item [USER SOURCE SET UP]
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
5 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• The source data of the line now selected is registered as a user
source and a temporary user name is displayed.
• If you select and set on the No which has a source registered,
the source is overwritten by a new source.
■ To return to the main menu, press PAGE BACK. To finish
the main menu, press PAGE BACK again.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up (or Changing) User Sources (Cont.)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
To change the registered user source name.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
1 Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu appears on the screen.
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a submenu item, “USER
SOURCE SETUP”.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• A submenu item, “USER SOURCE SETUP menu” , appears on
the screen.
LENS
USER SOURCE SETUP
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
USER NAME
USER1
USER2
USER3
USER4
USER5
USER6
USER7
USER8
HD1035I_R
HD1035I_Y
(USER SOURCE setup menu)
■Main menu
AUTO
SXGA1
RGB1
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
AUTO(
)
ENGLISH
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
4 Press
mark to select the number, “No”, of the
user name to be changed.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
MENU/ENTER toward the 3 mark
5 Press
to select the “USER NAME”.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
• To be able to select a “USER NAME”, a source needs to be
already registered.
Submenu item [USER SOURCE SET UP]
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
(To be continued on the next page)
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up (or Changing) User Sources (Cont.)
■ Remote control unit
6 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• The “USER NAME setup menu” is displayed.
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
ME
NU
/
USER NAME
EN
777777777
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
(USER NAME setup menu)
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
1. Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3 mark to select
positions where to enter characters.
LENS
• Up to 9 input positions can be selected.
2. Press MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞ mark to select
characters to enter.
• You can select any characters from A to Z, 0 to 9, _ and
space.
3. Repeat steps “1” and “2” to enter the user name.
• Up to 9 characters can be entered.
4. Press MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞ mark to select
positions where to enter characters.
■Main menu
• The display returns to the “USER SOURCE SETUP” screen.
AUTO
SXGA1
RGB1
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
AUTO(
)
ENGLISH
■ To delete a user name, overwrite the user name with
spaces.
However, if this user name area is registered as a source to
any other channel on the “CHANNEL setup • selection” menu,
or if this user name area is selected in AUTO mode or dedicated
(forced) mode, the user name cannot be deleted. The user
name before change will be displayed.
Submenu item [USER SOURCE SET UP]
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up (or Changing) the Display Size
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
The image display size (the numbers of horizontal /vertical effective
dots and horizontal /vertical display positions) of the input signals
(sources) registered in the user source setup can be adjusted.
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
1
Press the MENU/ENTER button.
• The main menu appears on the screen.
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
“DISPLAY SIZE”.
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
2 Press
mark to select a submenu item,
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
D
W
–
3 Press the MENU/ENTER button to set.
• A submenu item, “DISPLAY SIZE adjustment menu”, appears
on the screen.
LENS
DISPLAY SIZE
(USER1)
H
V
H
V
PIXEL
PIXEL
CENTER
CENTER
1152
870
60
24
(DISPLAY SIZE adjustment menu)
■Main menu
AUTO
SXGA1
RGB1
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
AUTO(
ENGLISH
MENU/ENTER toward the 5 or ∞
4 Press
mark to select an item to be adjusted.
• The selected item (text display) is shown in magenta color.
Press MENU/ENTER toward the 2 or 3
5 mark
to adjust the item.
• To adjust other items, repeat steps 4 and 5.
)
Submenu item [DISPLAY SIZE]
Notes
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
• When AV input [EXT. IN (VIDEO, Y/C or YPBPR)] is selected,
the display size cannot be changed.
(To be continued on the next page)
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Operating the Main Menu (Cont.)
Setting Up (or Changing) the Display Size (Cont.)
■ Remote control unit
QUICK
ALIGN.
Adjustment item
Contents of adjustment
H PIXEL
Adjusts the number of horizontal effective dots.
Adjustment value (640Ô1360)
V PIXEL
Adjusts the number of vertical effective dots.
Adjustment value (350Ô1024)
H CENTER
Adjusts the horizontal display position.
Adjustment value (0Ô639)
V CENTER
Adjusts the horizontal display position.
Adjustment value (1Ô511)
OPERATE
AV HIDE
PRESET
PAGE BACK
PAGE BACK button
LENS
LOCK
UNLOCK
EN
ME
NU
/
R
TE
MENU/ENTER button
RGB/COMPUTER
AV
U
T
+
SHIFT
ZOOM
FOCUS
W
–
D
■ To return to the main menu, press PAGE BACK. To finish
the main menu, press PAGE BACK again.
LENS
Note
• You are recommended to make adjustments using the following
procedure:
1. Adjust “H PIXEL” and “V PIXEL” on the Display Size
adjustment menu.
2. Perform automatic adjustment using “Quick Alignment”
function (see page 27).
3. Fine-adjust the horizontal and vertical positions on the
“Position” menu (see page 37). Then, fine-adjust “H CENTER”
and “V CENTER”.
■Main menu
AUTO
SXGA1
RGB1
PIXEL CLOCK
POSITION
PICTURE
OPTIONS
SOURCE
CHANNEL
USER SOURCE SET UP
DISPLAY SIZE
DECODER
LANGUAGE
AUTO(
ENGLISH
)
Submenu item [DISPLAY SIZE]
Note
• The selected item is shown in magenta color. Items shown
in gray color cannot be operated or set in the current mode.
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Filter Maintenance and Light-Source Lamp Replacement
Cleaning and Replacing the Filter
The filters should be cleaned periodically. If they are heavily stained, do not become clean if cleaned, or are damaged, replace
them with new filters (Parts number: LC30505); otherwise, dirt and dust may get inside, possibly causing an adverse effect on
the screen and preventing you from enjoying clear pictures.
■ The projector has two filters installed, one on the right side and the other on the back.
1 Bring the projector into stand-by
state, and turn off the MAIN POWER
switch.
Put the projector into stand-by, and make sure the STAND
BY indicator is lit, then tun off the MAIN POWER switch.
After that, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet
and the projector. For detailed procedures, refer to
“Turning off the power” (page 25).
Note
• If the filter is clogged with dirt, etc., the projector goes into an
emergency mode (the EMERGENCY indicator blinks).
So, clean the filter periodically. For the emergency mode, refer to
pages 8 and 24.
There are two filters used.
2 Remove the filter cover screws.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the six screws fixing
each filter.
Two filters are used, one on the right side and the other
on the back of the projector.
3 Remove the filters.
To remove the filter, pinch the center portion of the filter
with your fingers and pull it toward you.
(The filter is held by four tabs.)
(To be continued on the next page)
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Filter Maintenance and Light-Source Lamp Replacement (Cont.)
Cleaning and Replacing the Filter (Cont.)
4 Clean the filters.
Wash the filter in water with neutral detergent, and dry it in the shade.
5 Reinstall the filters.
To reinstall the filters to the projector, reverse the procedure
for removing . Finally, be sure to reinstall the filter covers.
Notes
• Install the filters correctly; otherwise the projector will not operate
normally.
• If the filters and/or filter holders are damaged, the projector may fail
to operate. Then, replace with new parts.
CAUTIONS
• Put on rubber gloves when using neutral detergent.
• After you have washed the filter in water, make sure the
filter is completely dry before reinstalling it. Otherwise,
electric shock or malfunction could occur.
• Do not clean the filter using a vacuum cleaner. Since the
filter is soft, it may be sucked into the vacuum cleaner or
damaged.
About Light-Source Lamp Replacement
The light-source lamp has its service life. It is approximately 1000 hours.
When the light-source lamp approaches the end of its service life, its degradation progresses rapidly. When the lamp’s used
hours exceed 900 hours, the projector’s LAMP indicator comes on. Also, at the start of projection (lamp energized), the message
“REPL.-LAMP” appears on the projection screen for about two minutes. Then, the light-source lamp needs to be replaced.
When lamp’s service has reached 1000 hours, the projector’s LAMP indicator starts blinking. The specified lamp replacement
period is 1000 hours, but depending on use conditions, the replacement period may vary. If video image is dark and its color tint
is extraordinary even after you have adjusted color tint and brightness, replace the light-source lamp a little earlier.
For replacing the light-source lamp, consult the dealer where you purchased your projector or a local service center.
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Troubleshooting
Solutions to common problems related to your projector are described here. If none of the solutions presented here solves the
problem, unplug the projector and consult a authorized dealer or service center.
Symptom
Probable cause
Power is not supplied. • Is the power cord disconnected?
Corrective action
• Insert the power cord (plug) firmly.
23
• Is the main power switch turned on?
• Turn on the MAIN POWER switch.
25
• Is the correct power voltage used?
• Check that AC 220V — 240V is
supplied.
3, 65
• Has the breakertripped open?
• Check that the breaker is closed.
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• Wait until the lamp has cooled down.
• Has the lamp protective function
(Turn on the main power sand let the
activated? (This can occur if the power
fans cool the lamp.)
is shut down due to a power failure,
About 10 minutes later, press
etc.)
OPERATE on the remote control.
Light is not emitted,
or light level is low.
• Is the lens cap removed?
• Remove the lens cap.
• Is the lamp life near its end?
• Check the lamp use time on the menu,
and if the lamp life is near its end,
arrange for a replacement lamp, or
replace a little earlier.
• Has the projector been moved from its
installed place?
• Check the installed position.
With power on,
• Is the air intake or exhaust area
operation starts but
blocked?
stops in a few minutes.
• Turn off the MAIN POWER switch,
remove any blocking objects, and turn
on the MAIN POWER switch again.
Video image does not • Is the correct input selected?
appear.
• Select the correct inputs with the AV
and RGB buttons.
• Are connected devices connected
correctly?
• Connect connected devices correctly.
• Are signals being supplied from the
connected devices?
• Set connected devices correctly.
• Are input signals (scanning frequency,
etc.) appropriate?
• Check if the signal is correct as input
(scanning frequency, etc.).
Input the appropriate signal.
Color is poor or
unstable.
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23
41, 59
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8, 9, 16
26
20, 21
• Is the source setting correctly selected? • Set the source setting to AUTO or to
the correct dedicated source (forced
Isn’t a wrong source (forced mode)
mode).
selected?
Video image dims.
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• Is brightness adjusted correctly?
• Adjust brightness on the menu.
• Is focus adjusted correctly?
• Adjust focus with the remote control’s
FOCUS (+/–) buttons.
• Is distance too short or too long?
• Set the projector at the correct
distance.
• Are TRACKING and PHASE adjusted
correctly?
• Adjust TRACKING and PHASE on the
menu.
• Is picture quality (color density, etc.)
adjusted correctly?
• Adjust picture quality on the menu.
• Is the correct CLAMP selected?
• Select the correct CLAMP on the
OPTION MENU.
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19
44, 46
38, 40
27, 30
18
30, 36
38, 40
41, 42
(To be continued on the next page)
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Troubleshooting (Cont.)
Symptom
Probable cause
During video replay,
video image
sometimes is
disturbed
• have Installation adjustment been
performed?
Image color is poor or • Is picture quality (color desity, etc.)
image is disturbed
adjusted correctly?
• Is the correct broadcast system (color
system) selected?
Corrective action
• For installation, consult the dealer
where you purchased the projector or a
local service center.
• Adjust picture quality on the menu.
• Set the broadcast system (color
system) to AUTO.
• Check if the signal is appropriate
(scanning frequency, etc.), and input
the appropriate signal.
• Is the source setting correctly selected? • Set the source setting to AUTO. If the
Isn’t a wrong source (forced mode)
problem still persists, set it to the
selected?
correct dedicated source (forced
mode).
• Are signals (scanning frequency, etc.)
to connected devices appropriate?
Specific colors fail to
be displayed
The upper part of the
video image bows or
distorts.
• Are specifications of the signal being
• Check specifications of both signal
input matching those of the video input
being input and video input card.
card?
• Is the input cable connected correctly?
• Check cable connections.
• Has the lamp's life come to its end?
• While computer system signal is input,
isn’t a sync signal for composite sync
(Cs) or G on sync being input?
• Check the used lamp hours on the
menu, and if the lamp life is near its
end, consult the dealer where you
purchased the projector or a local
service center.
• Input separate sync signals for vertical
sync (V) and horizontal sync (H)
signals.
• Isn’t signal with much jitter or skew
distortion being input to a video deck?
• Input signals with little jitter or
distortion.
38, 40
34
19
44 ~ 46
––––
21
60
10
––––
44 ~ 46
• Have the channel's setup contents
been changed?
• Check the setup contents been
changed.
47 ~ 51
• Check the setup contents of the
channel and correct them if necessary.
47 ~ 51
• Is sync signal being input correctly?
• Check sync signal and related
connection.
• Has the projector been moved from its
installed place?
• Check the installed position.
Video image suddenly • Aren’t video turned off by pressing the
go out.
remote control’s AV HIDE button?
• Press the remote control’s AV HIDE
button to turn video on.
• Are all color video signals being input? • Check signals and connections.
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62
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• Is the source setting correctly selected? • Set the source setting to AUTO. If the
Isn’t a wrong source (forced mode)
problem still persists, set it to the
selected?
correct dedicated source (forced
mode).
The projection
• Have the channel's setup contents
position on the screen been changed?
has shifted.
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12
19 ~ 23
Troubleshooting (Cont.)
Symptom
Probable cause
Lens shift adjustment • Is the shift center lock pin for shipment
is not possible.
left attached?
Remote control unit
does not work.
• Are batteries installed correctly?
• Are batteries exhausted?
Corrective action
• Remove the shift center lock pin, and
then make adjustments. (For how to
remove the shift center lock pin,
consult the dealer where you
purchased the projector or a local
service center.)
• Match the polarities of batteries
correctly (+ to + and - to -).
Page
16
13
• Replace with new batteries.
13
• Is there a shielding object between the
remote control unit and the remote
sensor?
• Remove any shielding objects.
• Is the distance too long?
• Use the remote control unit at a nearer
point.
22
• Set the remote control's LENS
• Is the remote control's LENS
LOCKÔUNLOCK switch set to LOCK? LOCKÔUNLOCK switch to UNLOCK?
12
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■ When the emergency indicator starts blinking:
Refer to the CAUTION and NOTES on page 24.
* This projector is equipped with a microcomputer that may operate abnormally due to interference from external components.
If this happens, turn off the main power and disconnect the power cord from the wall AC outlet. Then reconnect the power cord
to AC outlet and turn on the main power again.
(For the turning on and off the power, see pages 25)
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Specifications
Optical mechanism system
• Projection method
• D-ILA device
• Projecting lens
(separately available)
• Screen size
• Light-source lamp
3D-ILA device, 1 lens, 3 primary color optical shutter method
0.9" measured diagonally (1365 pixels ×1024 pixels) × 3 (Total number of pixels : 4,193,280)
GL-M4023SZ 3:1~7:1 zoom lens
GL-M4015S 1.5:1 fixed focus lens
60" to 300" [recommended] to 600" [maximum] measured diagonally (*with aspect ratio : 4 : 3)
1.6 kW xenon lamp
Electrical system
• Color system
• Resolution
• Scanning frequency
NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, SECAM (* Automatic switching / manual switching)
1365 dots × 1024 dots (*S-XGA full resolution, during RGB input)
1000TV lines (*Horizontal resolution, aspect ratio 4 : 3, during video input)
Horizontal frequency : 15 kHz ~ 82 kHz
Vertical frequency : 50 Hz ~ 78 Hz
Input / output
[EXT. IN (AV IN input)]
• Y/C
* The Y/C (S-video) and VIDEO (composite video) signals can be input with the video board
installed.
1-line, mini-DIN 4 pin × 1 (* With the video board, separately available, installed)
Y (luminance signal)
: 1V(p-p), 75Ω (negative sync)
C (chroma signal)
: 0.286V(p-p) (burst signal), 75Ω [NTSC]
: 0.3V(p-p) (burst signal), 75Ω [PAL]
• VIDEO
1-line, BNC × 1 (* With the video board, separately available, installed)
Composite video signal : 1V(p-p), 75Ω (negative sync)
• Y, PB/B-Y, PR/R-Y
1-line, BNC × 3
Component (Y,B-Y,R-Y) signals
Y
: 1V(p-p), 75Ω (negative sync or 3-value sync)
PB/B-Y : 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
PR/R-Y : 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
DTV-format signals
[480i (ITU-R BT. 601-4), 480p (SMPTE 293M)]
Y
: 1V(p-p), 75Ω (negative sync)
PB, PR : 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
[720p (SMPTE 296M), 1080i (SMPTE 274M)]
Y
: 1V(p-p), 75Ω (3-value sync)
PB, PR : 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
[RGB IN (RGB input)]
• RGB IN-1 (PC)
1-line, D-sub 3-row 15 pin × 1
Analog RGB signal
R
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
B
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
G
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
G on Sync : 1V(p-p), 75Ω (negative sync)
Sync signal : 1V(p-p) to 5V(p-p), high impedance (positive/negative polarity)
* Some connected devices may not correspond to composite sync (Cs) or G on sync signal.
1-line, BNC × 5
Analog RGB signal
R
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
B
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
G
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
G on sync : 1V(p-p), 75Ω (negative sync)
• RGB IN-2
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Specifications (Cont.)
Horizontal sync/composite sync signal (H/Cs)
H
: 1V(p-p) to 5V(p-p), high impedance (positive/negative polarity)
Cs
: 1V(p-p) to 5V(p-p), high impedance (positive/negative polarity)
Vertical sync signal (V)
V
: 1V(p-p) to 5V(p-p), high impedance (positive/negative polarity)
* Some connected devices may not correspond to composite sync (Cs) or G on sync signal.
[RGB OUT (RGB OUTPUT)]
• RGB OUT
1-line, D-sub 3-row 15-pin × 1
Analog RGB signal
R
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
B
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
G
: 0.7V(p-p), 75Ω
G on sync : 1V(p-p), 75Ω (negative sync)
Horizontal sync/composite sync signal (H/Cs)
H
: TTL level (Polarity : Same for input)
Cs
: TTL level (Polarity : Same for input)
Vertical sync signal (V)
V
: TTL level (Polarity : Same for input)
[CONTROL]
• RS-232C
: 1-line, D-sub 9-pin × 1
* RS-232C-interface specified control terminal for controlling this projector with a personal
computer.
: 1-line, mini-jack × 1
• REMOTE
General
• Power requirements
• Power consumption
• Allowable operation temperature
• Allowable relative humidity
• Allowable storage temperature
• Maximum outside dimensions
• Weight
• Accessories
AC 220 V~240 V, 60 Hz
12 A (at 220V)
+ 5°C to + 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
90% or less (no condensation)
– 5°C to + 60°C (23°F to 140°F)
Approx. (W)747 mm × (H)420 mm × (D)793 mm (29-7/16˝ × 16-9/16˝ × 31-1/14˝)
(excluding protruding parts)
Approx. 71kg (156.2 lbs.)
(Refer to page 5.)
* Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
* D-ILA devices are manufactured with a very high-precision technology, allowing 99.99% of the pixels to be effective. Only
0.01% or less of the pixels are missing or always on.
* For easy understanding, pictures and illustrations are shown by being emphasized, omitted or composed, and may be more
or less different from actual products.
*TRADEMARKS
IBM ,IBM PC, and VGA are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh is registered
trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
VESA is a trademark of the non-profit organization Video Electronics Standard Association.
All other product names mentioned herein are used for identification purposes only, and may be the trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
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Specifications (Cont.)
Outside dimensions
■ Top
Unit: mm (inch)
30 (1-3/16)
688 (27-1/8)
30 (1-3/16)
687 (27-1/16)
747 (29-7/16)
■ Front
■ Side
720 (28-3/8)
793 (31-1/4)
42 (1-11/16)
42 (1-11/16)
18 (3/4)
18 (3/4)
59 (2-3/8)
~
368 (14-1/2)
420 (16-9/19)
Y/C
RGB
230 (9-1/16)
VIDEO
RGB IN-1
R
RGB IN-2
EXT. IN
G
H/CS
B
V
Y
PB/B-Y
PR/R-Y
REMOTE
CONTROL
RGB OUT
RS-232C
59 (2-3/8)
φ 50 (2)
30 (1-3/16)
600 (23-5/8)
688 (27-1/8)
30 (1-3/16)
DTV-format signals
* The following are DTV-format signals that can be input.
DTV-Formats
Signal Standard
Scanning Line / Frame
Effective Samples
x Scanning Lines
Samples / Total Line
Field Frequency (Hz)
Line Frequency (Hz)
Interlace Ratio
480i
480p
ITU-R BT. 601-4 SMPTE 293M
525
525
720p
SMPTE 296M
750
1080i
SMPTE 274M
1125
720 x 485
720 x 483
1280 x 720
1920 x 1080
858
59.94
15734
0.5
858
59.94
31468.5
1
1650
60/59.94
45000/44955
1
2200
60/59.94
33750/33716.25
0.5
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Specifications (Cont.)
Pin assignment (Specifications for terminals)
■ Y/C terminal
Pin number
4
2
3
1
Signal name
1
GND (Y)
2
GND (C)
3
Y
4
C
Pin number
Signal name
Pin number
Signal name
1
N/C
6
N/C
2
RD
7
N/C
3
TD
8
N/C
4
N/C
9
N/C
5
GND
Signal name
■ RS-232C terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
■ COMPUTER IN-1 (PC) / COMPUTER OUT Terminal
10
9
5
4
3
8
2
1
15
14
13
12
11
7
6
Pin number
Signal name
Pin number
1
Red
9
N/C
2
Green
10
GND (SYNC)
3
Blue
11
GND
4
N/C
12
N/C
5
N/C
13
H.SYNC
6
GND (Red)
14
V.SYNC
7
GND (Green)
15
N/C
8
GND (Blue)
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