Vidikron Vision 75/CineWide with AutoScope Specifications

O W N E R ’ S
O P E R A T I N G
M A N U A L
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1080p DLP™ PROJECTORS
Vision 85
Vision 85/CineWide™
Vision 85/CineWide™ with AutoScope™
VERSION 1.0
TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
For Projectors, Video Processors and Controllers
Congratulations on your purchase of a Vidikron video product and welcome to the Vidikron family! With proper installation, setup
and care, you should enjoy many years of unparalleled video performance.
This is a LIMITED WARRANTY as defined in the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Please read it carefully and retain it with your other
important documents.
WHAT IS COVERED UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY:
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SERVICE LABOR: Vidikron will pay for service labor by Vidikron Authorized Service Center when needed as a result of manufacturing
defect for a period of two (2) years from the effective date of delivery to the end user (excluding the lamp).
PARTS (not including the lamp): Vidikron will provide new or rebuilt replacement parts for the parts that fail due to defects in
materials or workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the effective date of delivery to the end user. Such replacement parts
are then subsequently warranted for the remaining portion (if any) of the original warranty period.
PROJECTOR LAMP: Vidikron will pay for service labor by a Vidikron Authorized Service Center when needed as a result of a
manufacturing defect for a period of six (6) months or 1000 hours, whichever comes first, from the effective date of delivery to the
end user. In addition, Vidikron will provide a new or rebuilt replacement lamp for the lamp that fails due to defects in materials or
workmanship for a period of six (6) months or 1000 hours, whichever comes first, from the effective date of delivery to the end user.
Such replacement lamps are then subsequently warranted for the remaining portion (if any) of the original warranty period.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY:
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This Limited Warranty only covers failure due to defects in materials and workmanship that occur during normal use and does not
cover normal maintenance. This Limited Warranty does not cover cabinets or any appearance items; failure resulting from
accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication, faulty or improper installation or setup adjustments; improper
maintenance, alteration, improper use of any input signal; damage due to lightning or power line surges, spikes and brownouts;
damage that occurs during shipping or transit; or damage that is attributed to acts of God. In the case of remote control units,
damage resulting from leaking, old, damaged or improper batteries is also excluded from coverage under this Limited Warranty.
CAUTION: THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ONLY COVERS VIDIKRON PRODUCTS PURCHASED FROM VIDIKRON AUTHORIZED DEALERS.
ALL OTHER PRODUCTS ARE SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED FROM COVERAGE UNDER THIS WARRANTY. MOREOVER, DAMAGE
RESULTING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR SETUP IS SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED FROM COVERAGE
UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT INSTALLATION AND SETUP WORK BE PERFORMED ONLY BY AN
AUTHORIZED VIDIKRON DEALER TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THIS WARRANTY. THIS WILL ALSO ENSURE THAT YOU ENJOY
THE FINE PERFORMANCE OF WHICH YOUR VIDIKRON PRODUCT IS CAPABLE WHEN INSTALLED AND CALIBRATED BY VIDIKRON
AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL.
RIGHTS, LIMITS AND EXCLUSIONS:
Vidikron limits its obligations under any implied warranties under state laws to a period not to exceed the warranty period. There
are no express warranties. Vidikron also excludes any obligation on its part for incidental or consequential damages related to the
failure of this product to function properly. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some
states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. So the above limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.
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EFFECTIVE WARRANTY DATE:
This warranty begins on the effective date of delivery to the end user. For your convenience, keep the original bill of sale as
evidence of the purchase date.
IMPORTANT -- WARRANTY REGISTRATION:
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Please fill out and mail your warranty registration card. It is imperative that Vidikron knows how to reach you promptly if we should
discover a safety problem or product update for which you must be notified.
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CONTACT A VIDIKRON AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER TO OBTAIN SERVICE:
Repairs made under the terms of this Limited Warranty covering your Vidikron video product will be performed at the location of
the product, during usual working hours, providing location of product is within normal operating distance from a Vidikron
Authorized Service Center. In some instances it may be necessary for the product to be returned to the Vidikron factory for repairs.
If, solely in Vidikron’s judgment, location of product to be repaired is beyond normal operating distance of the closest Vidikron
Authorized Service Center, or the repair requires the unit be returned to the Vidikron factory, it is the owner’s responsibility to
arrange for shipment of the product for repair. These arrangements must be made through the selling Vidikron Dealer. If this is not
possible, contact Vidikron directly for a Return Authorization number and shipping instructions. Vidikron will return product
transportation prepaid in the United States, unless no product defect is discovered. In that instance, shipping costs will be the
responsibility of the owner.
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARKS:
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© Copyright 2007 Vidikron, a Runco International Company. This document contains proprietary information protected by
copyright, trademark and other intellectual property laws. All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by any
mechanical, electronic or other means, in any form, without prior written permission of the manufacturer.
Vidikron, Vision, DVSI, Imagix, CineWide, AutoScope, V2 Aperture Control, CSMS and IntelliWide are trademarks of Runco, LLC. All
other trademarks and registered trademarks used in this document are the property of their respective owners.
Vidikron products are manufactured under one or more of the following patents: US. Patent 6755540 and Other Patents Pending.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
To locate the name and address of the nearest Vidikron Authorized Service Center, or for additional information about this Limited
Warranty, please call or write:
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VIDIKRON
Attn: Customer Service Department
2900 Faber Street
Union City, CA 94587
Ph: (510) 324-5900
Fax: (510) 324-5905
Toll Free: (888) 4VIDIKRON
VIDIKRON PRODUCT INFORMATION
RETAIN THIS INFORMATION FOR YOUR RECORDS
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Model Purchased
Date
Serial Number
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Vidikron Authorized Dealer Name
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Address
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Safety Precautions
Thank you for your purchase of this quality Vidikron video projector! It has been designed to provide you with the quality of video
that is expected in a home theater. For the best performance, please read this manual carefully as it is your guide through the
menus and operation.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
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CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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WARNING
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
Read these instructions.
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Keep these instructions.
3.
Heed all warnings.
4.
Do not use this equipment near water, outdoors or otherwise exposed to the elements.
5.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
6.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
7.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
8.
Do not defeat the safety feature of the polarized or grounding type plug. A polarized type plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The third prong is provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for the replacement of the obsolete outlet.
9.
The 12V trigger only outputs DC 12V signal for triggering. Do not connect to any other power input or output. This could cause
damage to this unit.
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10. Only use accessories specified by Vidikron.
11. Keep the packing material in case the equipment should ever need to be shipped.
12. Unplug this projector during lightning storms or when it will not be used for an extended period of time.
13. The lamp becomes extremely hot during operation. Allow the projector to cool down for approximately 45 minutes prior to
removing the lamp assembly for replacement. Do not operate lamps beyond the rated lamp life. Excessive operation of lamps
beyond rated life could cause them to explode in rare occasions.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the projector has been damaged in any way,
objects have fallen or spilled into the projector, the projector has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally,
or has been dropped.
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Table of Contents
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TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ............................................................................................. iii
Safety Precautions ................................................................................................................... vi
1. Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 1
About This Manual ............................................................................................................................................ 1
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Target Audience......................................................................................................................................... 1
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If You Have Comments About This Manual... .................................................................................. 1
Textual and Graphic Conventions ....................................................................................................... 1
Using This Manual ............................................................................................................................................. 2
Description, Features and Benefits ............................................................................................................. 3
Key Features and Benefits....................................................................................................................... 4
Parts List ........................................................................................................................................................ 4
2. Controls and Functions ...................................................................................................... 5
Vision 85 at a Glance ........................................................................................................................................ 5
Vision 85 Rear Panel ......................................................................................................................................... 7
VHD Controller Front Panel ........................................................................................................................... 8
VHD Controller Rear Panel ............................................................................................................................. 9
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Outputs.......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Inputs ............................................................................................................................................................. 9
Vision 85 Remote Control Unit ...................................................................................................................11
Vision 85 Built-In Keypad ..............................................................................................................................14
3. Installation ........................................................................................................................ 15
Remote Control ................................................................................................................................................15
Battery Installation ..................................................................................................................................15
Notes on Remote Control Operation................................................................................................15
Quick Setup .......................................................................................................................................................17
Installation Considerations ..........................................................................................................................18
Installation Type.......................................................................................................................................18
Ambient Light ...........................................................................................................................................18
Throw Distance.........................................................................................................................................19
Vertical and Horizontal Position.........................................................................................................20
Vertical Lens Shift ....................................................................................................................................20
Folded Optics ............................................................................................................................................21
Other Considerations .............................................................................................................................21
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Installing the Optional CineWide Lens Mount ......................................................................................22
Installing the AutoScope Lens Motor (Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope)...................23
Installing the Fixed CineWide Base Plate (Vision 85/CineWide) .............................................26
Mounting the Vision 85 .................................................................................................................................27
Floor Mounting (Upright) .....................................................................................................................27
Ceiling Mounting (Inverted) ................................................................................................................27
Adjusting the Projection Angle ..........................................................................................................27
Connections to the Vision 85 and VHD Controller ..............................................................................28
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Connector Panel Access ........................................................................................................................28
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Connecting the Projector to the VHD Controller .........................................................................28
Connecting Source Components to the VHD Controller ..........................................................29
Connecting a PC or Automation System to the VHD Controller ............................................33
Connecting 12-Volt Trigger Outputs to External Equipment..................................................34
Connecting an External IR Receiver to the VHD Controller......................................................35
Connecting to AC Power.......................................................................................................................36
Turning on the Power ....................................................................................................................................36
Adjusting the Picture Orientation .............................................................................................................37
Primary Lens Adjustments ...........................................................................................................................37
Focus and Zoom.......................................................................................................................................37
Vertical Lens Shift ....................................................................................................................................37
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Installing and Adjusting the CineWide Anamorphic Lens ................................................................38
Anamorphic Lens Installation and Adjustment - Vision 85/CineWide .................................38
Anamorphic Lens Installation and Adjustment Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope................................................................................................41
4. Operation .......................................................................................................................... 47
Using the On-Screen Menus ........................................................................................................................47
On-Screen Menus for 1080i (Analog) and Lower-Resolution Signals ...........................................47
Main Menu .................................................................................................................................................49
Input Source ..............................................................................................................................................49
Aspect Ratio ..............................................................................................................................................49
Picture .........................................................................................................................................................51
Input Position............................................................................................................................................55
ISF Presets...................................................................................................................................................56
Information ................................................................................................................................................56
Calibration ..................................................................................................................................................57
Service..........................................................................................................................................................59
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On-Screen Menus for 1080i (Digital) or 1080p Signals ......................................................................63
Main Menu .................................................................................................................................................64
Language ....................................................................................................................................................64
Picture Adjust............................................................................................................................................65
Picture Adjust (Advanced)....................................................................................................................67
White Balance ...........................................................................................................................................69
Information ...............................................................................................................................................69
Options ........................................................................................................................................................70
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Lamp Replacement .........................................................................................................................................73
Troubleshooting Tips .....................................................................................................................................74
6. Serial Communications .................................................................................................... 77
RS-232 Connection and Port Configuration ..........................................................................................77
Serial Command Syntax ................................................................................................................................77
7. Specifications .................................................................................................................... 83
Vision 85 Specifications .................................................................................................................................83
VHD Controller Specifications .....................................................................................................................85
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Vision 85 Dimensions .....................................................................................................................................86
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List of Figures
2-1. Vision 85 Front/Top/Side/Bottom/Rear View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2-2. Vision 85 Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2-3. VHD Controller Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2-4. VHD Controller Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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2-5. VHD Controller/Vision 85 Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
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2-6. Vision 85 Built-In Keypad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3-1. Available Range of the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3-2. Estimating Throw Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3-3. Projector Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3-4. Vertical Lens Shift (EXAMPLE ONLY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3-5. Folded Optics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
3-6. Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope Motor Assembly – Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
3-7. Vision 85 with Ceiling Mount Adapters/Projector Stands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
3-8. AutoScope Lens Motor Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
3-9. Vision 85/CineWide with Anamorphic Lens Base Plate and Ceiling Mounting Rails Bottom View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
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3-10. Connecting the Projector to the VHD Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
3-11. HDMI Source Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
3-12. Digital (DTV) RGB or Component Video Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
3-13. Analog RGB Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
3-14. Composite, S-Video and Component Video Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
3-15. RS-232 Control System Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
3-16. 12-volt Trigger Output Connections (from VHD Controller). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
3-17. 12-volt Trigger Output Connection (from Projector) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
3-18. External IR Receiver Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
3-19. Vertical Lens Shift Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
3-20. Vision 85 Anamorphic Lens Mounting Assembly - Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
3-21. Anamorphic Lens Mounting Assembly - Exploded View. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3-22. Attaching the Anamorphic Lens to the Lens Adapter Ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
4-1. VHD Controller OSD Menu Structure for Vision 85
(1080i Analog and Lower-Resolution Sources) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
4-2. Typical PLUGE Pattern for Adjusting Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
4-3. Typical Gray Bar Pattern for Adjusting Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
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4-4. Typical Color Bar Pattern for Adjusting Color Saturation and Tint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
4-5. Typical Test Pattern for Adjusting Sharpness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
4-6. OSD Menu Structure for Vision 85 (1080i Digital or 1080p Sources) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
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7-1. Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
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This Owner’s Manual describes how to install, set up and operate the Vidikron Vision 85 DLP
Projector and VHD Controller.
Introduction
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About This Manual
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Throughout this manual, the Vidikron Vision 85 DLP Projector and VHD Controller are
referred to collectively as the “Vision 85.”
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Vidikron has prepared this manual to help home theater installers and end users get the
most out of the Vision 85.
Target Audience
Vidikron has made every effort to ensure that this manual is accurate as of the date it was
printed. However, because of ongoing product improvements and customer feedback, it
may require updating from time to time. You can always find the latest version of this and
other Vidikron product manuals on-line, at www.Vidikron.com.
Vidikron welcomes your comments about this manual. Send them to info@vidikron.com.
If You Have Comments About
This Manual...
Text Conventions: The following conventions are used in this manual, in order to clarify the
information and instructions provided:
Textual and Graphic
Conventions
• Remote and built-in keypad button identifiers are set in upper-case bold type; for
example, “Press EXIT to return to the previous menu.”
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• Computer input (commands you type) and output (responses that appear on-screen) is
shown in monospace (fixed-width) type; for example: “To change the aspect ratio to
Letterbox, type LETTERBOX <Enter>.”
• All keys with functional names are initial-capped, set in bold type and enclosed in angle
brackets. These keys are the following: <Enter>, <Spacebar>, <Control>,
<Esc> and <Tab>.
• <Enter> indicates that you may press either the RETURN or ENTER key on your keyboard
if it has both keys.
In addition to these conventions, underlining, boldface and/or italics are occasionally used to
highlight important information, as in this example:
Note
A carriage return must be used after each command or string.
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Graphic Conventions: These symbols appear in numerous places throughout the manual,
to emphasize points that you must keep in mind to avoid problems with your equipment or
injury:
TIPS highlight time-saving short cuts and helpful guidelines for using
certain features.
Note
NOTES emphasize text with unusual importance or special significance.
They also provide supplemental information.
Caution
CAUTIONS alert users that a given action or omitted action can degrade
performance or cause a malfunction.
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Tip
WARNINGS appear when a given action or omitted action can result in
damage to the equipment, or possible non-fatal injury to the user.
WARNING
DANGER appears when a given action can cause severe injury or death.
DANGER!
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Using This Manual
Use the following table to locate the specific information you need in this manual.
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If you need...
... Turn to page:
Information about obtaining service
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General information about the Vision 85 DLP
Projector and VHD Controller
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Installation instructions
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First-time configuration instructions
32
Advanced configuration instructions
47
Troubleshooting tips
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Product specifications
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Introduction
The all-new Vision 85 DLP Projector and VHD Controller is the most high performance
single-chip DLP™ 1920 x 1080 projection system available. Its performance is so impressive
that the Vision™ Model 85 earns prestigious THX® certification, joining other Vidikron
products as the world’s first to earn this distinction.
The Vision™ Model 85 incorporates a state-of-the-art light engine featuring engineering
advancements for more efficient use of optical light engine design. This includes a
sophisticated color balancing system and the industry’s best gray scale tracking. Vidikron’s
exclusive V2 Aperture Control™ enables an ideal balance between black and white levels for
each individual installation.
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Vidikron’s exclusive, all-digital Imagix™ video processing is included for the most advanced
video processing, 1080p scaling, and pristine image quality available. The Vision™ Model 85
offers a broad array of video inputs, including HDMI™. Discrete infrared (IR) and RS-232
control make custom installation seamless, while discrete source and aspect ratio selection
accommodate any automation control system.
For uncompromising widescreen reproduction of movies originally filmed in the “scope”
(2.35:1) format, the Vision 85 can be equipped with Vidikron’s patent-pending CineWide™
technology, a combination of software, electronics and high-quality anamorphic optics.
CineWide maintains constant vertical height on the screen just as in a movie theater. When a
viewer transitions from 1.78:1 (16:9) program material to 2.35:1, the image simply gets wider
while full height is maintained. Also available with the Vision 85 is CineWide with
AutoScope™, an enhanced, remote-controlled motorized version of CineWide.
CineWide requires the use of a 2.35:1 or similar aspect ratio superwide format
screen.
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Description, Features and
Benefits
Introduction
Key Features and Benefits ➤
The Vision 85 offers these key features and benefits:
• Vidikron-engineered, Enhanced GEN 3 Technology™ with V2AC
• Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (16:9 Native Aspect Ratio)
• Two HDMI Inputs (on VHD Controller) with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
(HDCP)
• HDTV Compatible
Parts List ➤
Your Vision 85 is shipped with the following items. If any items are missing or damaged,
please contact your Vidikron dealer or Vidikron Customer Service at (888) 4VIDIKRON.
• Vision 85 DLP Projector and VHD Controller
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• Remote Control Unit and two (2), AAA-size batteries
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• AC Power Cords (2)
• RJ-11 Telephone Cable, 50 feet (15.24 meters)
• 9/64" Hex Wrench (for lens adjustments)
• Rack-mount hardware for the VHD Controller
• Warranty information and registration card
• Vidikron Vision 85 Owner’s Operating Manual (this document)
Optional Accessories:
• CineWide™ technology (fixed, secondary anamorphic lens)
• CineWide™ with AutoScope™ system (secondary anamorphic lens and motorized mount)
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• Ceiling mount kit (part number VIHK-000190)
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2. Controls and Functions
2.1
Vision 85 at a Glance
Figure 2-1 shows the key Vision 85 components.
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VERTICAL LENS SHIFT
Using a 9/64” hex wrench, turn this to move the lens up or down.
2.
POWER LED
Lights red to indicate that the projector is in standby; flashes blue during warm-up or
cool-down or lights blue to indicate normal operation.
3.
LAMP LED
Lights blue to indicate normal lamp operation; lights red if the lamp has failed.
4.
TEMP LED
Lights red to indicate that the projector has overheated and shut down.
5.
EXHAUST VENTS
Hot air exits the projector through these vents. This air can be quite hot. Ensure that
there are no heat-sensitive objects near it and that it is never blocked.
6.
CABLE OPENING
Pass cables through this opening.
7.
INTAKE VENTS
Cool air enters the projector through these vents. To prevent overheating, ensure that
these vents are never blocked.
8.
ZOOM TAB
Turn this tab to make the projected image larger or smaller.
9.
VIDIKRON LOGO
You can rotate the logo to match the projector orientation: inverted (ceiling-mounted)
or upright. To rotate the logo, grip it at the sides, pull it away from the projector and
rotate it 180 degrees.
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10. FOCUS RING
Turn this ring to focus the image.
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11. LAMP COVER
Remove this cover to access the lamp compartment.
12. REAR PANEL ACCESS DOOR
To access the connector panel,
press the door release button so it
pops out. Turn the knob clockwise
or counter-clockwise and pull
gently on it to open the door.
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2.2
Vision 85 Rear Panel
Figure 2-2 shows the Vision 85 rear panel.
RETURN
ENTER
DOWN
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
MENU
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
MENU
ASPECT
RATIO
DOWN
ASPECT
RATIO
STANDBY
ENTER
ON
RETURN
STANDBY
ON
HDMI
HDMI
IR
RS-232 OUT
AC IN 100-240V 50-60Hz
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IR
RS-232 OUT
TRIGGER
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POWER INPUT (100 to 240 VAC)
Connect the Vision 85 to power here.
2.
HDMI INPUT
An HDCP-compliant, digital video input for connecting the HDMI output from the VHD
Controller.
3.
BUILT-IN KEYPAD
Used to navigate the Vision 85 on-screen menus. Refer to Vision 85 Built-In Keypad on
page 14 for more information.
4.
12-VOLT (200 mA) TRIGGER OUTPUT (cylindrical, DC power supply-type jack)
Connection for a retractable screen, screen masking or other, 12-volt trigger-activated
equipment. Outputs +12 volts/200 mA when the projector is turned on.
5.
WIRED IR (3.5-mm, mini phono jack)
Not used. To use an external infrared receiver or wired remote control with this
projector, connect it to the IR input on the VHD Controller (see Figure 2-4).
6.
RS-232C INPUT (RJ-11 female connector)
Connect the RS-232 output from the VHD Controller here, using the provided
communication cable.
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2.3
VHD Controller Front
Panel
Figure 2-3 shows the controls and indicators on the VHD Controller front panel; the
paragraphs that follow describe them.
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Figure 2-3. VHD Controller Front Panel
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POWER BUTTON
Press once to toggle from standby mode to on mode. Press it again to return to standby
mode. For a discrete on or off command, you can use the direct access buttons on the
remote control.
2.
IR SENSOR
Receives IR commands from the remote.
3.
VACUUM FLUORESCENT DISPLAY
Can be used instead of the On-Screen Display (OSD). Displays currently-selected menu
or – if no menu is selected – the current source, signal format (NTSC or PAL), input
resolution and aspect ratio.
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2.4
VHD Controller Rear Panel
Figure 2-4 shows the rear connector panel on the VHD Controller.
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SYSTEM CONTROL INTERFACE
CAUTION
INPUTS
Serial No
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE-NE PAS OUVRIR
TRIGGERS
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE CENTER.
HD1
1
2
IR
3
Model
HD2
Video Processor / Controller
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
G/Y
B/Pb
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THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Component Video
S-Video 1
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HDMI OUT
Connect this to the HDMI Input on the Vision 85 (see Figure 2-2).
Outputs
2.
HDMI 1 / HDMI 2 (Digital)
Two, HDCP-compliant digital video inputs for connecting a DVD player or HD tuner with
a DVI or HDMI output.
Inputs
3.
HD1 / HD2 (5 x Analog BNCs)
Two inputs (five BNCs per input) for connecting either RGB or component
high-definition television signals. The VHD Controller automatically detects the signal
format: RGB(HV) or YPrPb, 480p, 720p, 480i, 576i or 1080i.
4.
COMPONENT VIDEO (RCA connectors)
Standard Definition (480i/576i) Component (YPrPb) input. This is the input for
component video from sources such as DVD players.
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For best results, do not run your DVD player in progressive mode.
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COMPOSITE VIDEO INPUT
Standard composite video input for connecting a VCR, laser disc player or other
composite video source.
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S-VIDEO 1 / S-VIDEO 2
Two, standard S-Video inputs for connecting a DVD player, satellite receiver or Super
VHS (S-VHS) VCR.
7.
12-VOLT (750 mA) TRIGGER OUTPUTS
Connection for up to three (3), 12-volt trigger-controlled devices such as retractable
screens or screen masks.
8.
ComLink (RS-232) OUTPUT
Connect this to the ComLink (RS-232) input on the projector, using the provided
communication cable.
9.
IR
Wired input from a wired remote control or infrared receiver. It is a 3.5-mm, mini phono
jack, wired as follows:
Ring = +5V
Tip = IR Input
Sleeve = Ground
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Note
When an external remote control or infrared receiver is connected to the
wired IR input, the IR sensor on the front of the VHD is disabled.
10. RS-232 CONTROL PORT
A female, 9-pin D-sub connector for interfacing with a PC or home theater
automation/control system.
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11. POWER INPUT (100 to 240 VAC)
Connect the VHD Controller to power here.
12. MAIN AC FUSE
This is the main AC input fuse (5mm x 20mm, 500 mA, 250V slow-blow).
13. MAIN POWER SWITCH
Disconnects or applies power to the VHD Controller.
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Figure 2-5 shows the Vision 85 remote control, and the paragraphs that follow describe its
functionality.
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2.5
Vision 85 Remote Control
Unit
Controls and Functions
1.
IR OUTPUT INDICATOR
Lights when a button is pressed to indicate that an IR signal is being transmitted.
2.
LIGHT
Press to illuminate the buttons.
3.
ON / OFF
Press to turn the projector on or off.
4.
ENT (Enter)
Press to select a highlighted menu item or confirm a changed setting.
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Cursor Buttons ( , , , )
Use these buttons to select items or settings, adjust settings or switch display patterns.
When no menu is present on-screen, the UP and DOWN buttons toggle through the
available aspect ratios, in this order:
UP Button = 16:9 - Standard (4:3) - Letterbox - IntelliWide - Cinema - IntelliWide 2.35
DOWN Button = IntelliWide 2.35 - Cinema - IntelliWide - Letterbox - Standard (4:3) - 16:9
Note
IntelliWide 2.35 is available only on the Vision 85/CineWide and Vision
85/CineWide with AutoScope. For more information about aspect ratios,
refer to Table 4-1.
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Likewise, the LEFT and RIGHT buttons toggle through the different source inputs, in this
order:
LEFT Button = HDMI 2 - HDMI 1 - HD/RGB2 - HD/RGB 1 - Component SD - S-Video 2 S-Video 1 - Composite
RIGHT Button = Composite - S-Video 1 - S-Video 2 - Component SD - HD/RGB 1 - HD/RGB
2 - HDMI 1 - HDMI 2
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6.
RETURN/EXIT
Press this button to exit the current menu and return to the previous one, or to cancel an
operation.
Note
7.
The “direct select” function of the UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT buttons is
available only on the analog inputs (HD/RGB, SD Component, Composite
and S-Video).
On some remote control units, the ENT (Enter) button (item #4) is in this
location.
MENU
Press this button to access the OSD controls.
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Memory Preset Buttons:
8.
ISF NT (Night)
Press to recall settings for the current input from the “ISF Night” memory preset.
9.
ISF DAY
Press to recall settings for the current input from the “ISF Day” memory preset.
10. CUST 2
Press to recall settings for the current input from the “Custom 2” memory preset.
11. CUST 1
Press to recall settings for the current input from the “Custom 1” memory preset.
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Press to select an S-Video input or to enter the numeric character “2” or “5.”
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Press to select Composite video input as the source or to enter the numeric character “1.”
14. COMP (Component) (3)
Press to select Component SD (480i/576i) video input as the source or to enter the
numeric character “3.”
15. HD 1 (4) / HD 2 (7)
Press to select a HD (RGBHV or YPbPr component) input or to enter the numeric
character “4” or “7.”
16. HDMI 1 (6) / HDMI 2 (8)
Press to select a Digital Video input or to enter the numeric character “6” or “8.”
Aspect Ratio Selection Buttons:
Use these buttons to select an aspect ratio directly or to enter numeric characters, as follows:
17. 16:9 (9)
For viewing 16:9 DVDs or HDTV programs in their native aspect ratio.
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18. 4:3 (0)
Scales the input signal to fit 4:3 display mode in the center of the screen.
19. LETBOX (Letterbox)
For viewing LaserDisc movies or non-anamorphic DVDs on a 16:9 screen.
20. I-WIDE (IntelliWide)
Enlarges a 4:3 image horizontally in a NON-linear fashion to fit 16:9 full screen display.
21. CINEMA
For viewing 2.35:1 source material.
22. SVC (CineWide-equipped projectors only)
Selects the IntelliWide 2.35 aspect ratio, used for viewing 16:9 source material on a 2.35:1
screen.
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2.6
Vision 85 Built-In Keypad
The Vision 85 has a built-in keypad that you can use to access the menu system for working
with digital 1080i or 1080p sources. Figure 2-6 shows the Vision 85 built-in keypad; the
paragraphs that follow describe its use.
ASPECT
RATIO
ENTER
DOWN
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
MENU
ASPECT
RATIO
STANDBY
ON
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Figure 2-6. Vision 85 Built-In Keypad
1.
RETURN
Press RETURN to exit the current menu or cancel an operation.
2.
ENTER
Press ENTER to confirm a menu item selection.
3.
DOWN / UP / LEFT / RIGHT
Use these buttons to select menu items or adjust settings.
4.
MENU
Press MENU to display or hide the OSD menus for digital 1080i or 1080p sources.
5.
(not used)
6.
STANDBY
Press STANDBY to put the projector into standby mode.
7.
ON
Press ON to turn the projector on or off.
Note
Only trained service personnel should use the built-in keypad.
Almost all projector configuration and operational tasks can be
performed using the VHD Controller.
It is only necessary to use the built-in keypad if IR signals from the remote
control cannot reach the VHD Controller, or for performing
service-related tasks such as resetting the lamp hour counter (refer to
Lamp Replacement on page 63).
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Installation
3.1
Remote Control
To install batteries in the remote control:
Battery Installation
Remove the battery cover from the back of the remote control.
2.
Insert the batteries included with the remote control. Ensure that the polarities correctly
match the
and
markings inside the battery compartment.
3.
Replace the battery cover.
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1. Do not mix an old battery with a new one or different types of batteries.
Note
2. If you will not use the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries
to avoid damage from battery leakage.
The remote control can be used to control the Vision 85 within the ranges shown in Figure
3-1.
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16:9
Approx.
7m /23ft
LIGHT
ON
OFF
ENT
RETURN
MENU
EXIT
MEMORY
ISF
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CUST
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CUST
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SOURCE SELECTION
VIDEO
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HD
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Notes on Remote Control
Operation
Installation
• Do not drop the remote control or expose it to moisture or high temperature.
• The remote control may malfunction under a fluorescent lamp. If that occurs, move the
VHD Controller away from the fluorescent lamp.
• Make sure that there is nothing obstructing the infrared beam between the remote
control and the IR receiver on the VHD Controller or projector.
Note
The signal from the remote control can be reflected by walls or other
surfaces.
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happens, point the remote control at the VHD Controller or projector and repeat the
operation.
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Table 3-1 gives a quick overview of the Vision 85 installation process. The sections following
this one provide detailed instructions.
Note
Installation should be performed by a qualified custom video installation
specialist.
Table 3-1. Installation Overview
For Details, Refer to
page...
Procedure
Choose a location for the projector
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If installing a Vision 85/CineWide or Vision 85/CineWide
with AutoScope: Install fixed CineWide base plate or
AutoScope lens motor (optional)
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3
Mount the projector
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4
Connect the VHD Controller to the projector
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Connect signal sources to the VHD Controller
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Connect external controller to RS-232 port (optional)
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Connect other home theater components to 12-volt trigger
outputs (optional)
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Connect the projector, VHD Controller and AutoScope lens
motor (if present) to power and turn on the system
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For rear-screen and/or ceiling-mount installations, select the
proper picture orientation
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Primary lens adjustments: projected image size (zoom),
position (shift) and focus
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Install CineWide anamorphic lens (optional)
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CineWide lens adjustments: position, pitch (angle), geometry
and focus
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Projector calibration – Analog 1080i and lower-resolution
signals:
Adjust the following for Component SD input; save settings
when finished:
• Aspect ratio
• Brightness
• Contrast
• Color level
• Tint
• Input position
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3.2
Quick Setup
Installation
Table 3-1. Installation Overview (continued)
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63 through 71
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Proper installation of your projector will ensure the quality of your display. Whether you are
installing a projector temporarily or permanently, you should take the following into account
to ensure your projector performs optimally.
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Installation Considerations
Projector Calibration – Digital 1080i or 1080p signals:
Adjust the following for HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 inputs:
• Brightness
• Contrast
• Color level
• Tint
• Input position
Choose the installation type that best suits your needs: front or rear screen, floor mount or
inverted mount. Table 3-2 compares these various installation methods.
Table 3-2. Projector Installation Options
Advantages
Considerations
Front Screen, Floor Mount Installation
• Easy to set up
• Can be moved or changed quickly
• Easy to access
• Shares floor space with audience
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Front Screen, Inverted Mount (ceiling) Installation
• Does not take up audience space
• Projector is unobtrusive
• Projector cannot be accidentally moved
• Installation is more permanent
• Projector access is more difficult
Rear Screen, Floor Mount Installation
• Projector is completely hidden
• Projector is easily accessed
• Usually good ambient light rejection
• Requires separate room
• Installation cost is usually higher
Rear Screen, Inverted Mount (ceiling) Installation
• Projector is completely hidden
• Usually good ambient light rejection
• Requires separate room
• Installation cost is usually higher
Rear Screen, Floor Mount with Mirror
• Projector is completely hidden
• Usually good ambient light rejection
• Requires less space behind screen than other
rear screen installations
Ambient Light ➤
• Requires separate room
• Installation cost is usually higher
In general, minimize or eliminate light sources directed at the screen. Contrast ratio in your
images will be noticeably reduced if light directly strikes the screen, such as when a shaft of
light from a window or floodlight falls on the image. Images may then appear washed out
and less vibrant.
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Throw distance is the distance measured from the front of the projector to the screen. This is
an important calculation in any projector installation as it determines whether or not you
have enough room to install your projector with a desired screen size and if your image will
be the right size for your screen.
You can quickly estimate the throw distance by taking the width of the screen and
multiplying it by the lens throw ratio; see Figure 3-2. The result of this calculation tells you
roughly how far back the projector should be positioned from the screen in order to project a
focused image large enough to fill the screen.
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Throw Distance (TD) = Screen Width (w) x Lens Throw Ratio
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Figure 3-2. Estimating Throw Distance
Table 3-3 gives the throw ratios for the Vision 85, Vision 85/CineWide and Vision 85/CineWide
with AutoScope.
Projector Model
Vision 85
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Table 3-3. Throw Ratios for the Vision 85 Series
Throw Range in
Throw Ratio
inches, with
Throw Ratio
with Primary
96x40.8-inch (2.35:1)
with Primary
Lens and
Screen
Lens Only
Anamorphic
Lens
Minimum Maximum
Minimum Maximum
1.86 – 2.45
Vision 85/CineWide
Vision 85/CineWide
with AutoScope
Throw Range in
inches, with
72.6x40.8-inch
(1.78:1) Screen
135.04
177.87
(n/a)
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1.92 – 2.45
184.32
235.20
1.45 – 1.85
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Installation
Vertical and Horizontal ➤
Position
Proper placement of the projector relative to the screen will yield a rectangular,
perfectly-centered image that completely fills the screen.
Ideally, the projector should be positioned perpendicular to the screen and in such a way
that the lens center and screen center are aligned with each other, as shown in Figure 3-3.
Ceiling Installation
Ceiling
Height
Projection Distance
Lens Center
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Floor Installation
Height
Screen
Lens Center
Lens Center
x
Projection Distance
Floor
Figure 3-3. Projector Placement
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Vertical Lens Shift ➤
If it is not possible to align the projector and screen as shown in Figure 3-3, you can use the
lens shift controls to center the image on the screen. Lens shift is generally expressed as a
percentage of the screen height or width, as shown in Figure 3-4.
Screen Center
0%
50% Height
Lens Shift
(0.5 x H)
100% Height
Lens Shift
(1.0 x H)
Note: This is a general example of lens shift. Lenses vary in their shift capabilities. No particular lens or
projector is used in this example.
Figure 3-4. Vertical Lens Shift (EXAMPLE ONLY)
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The Vision 85 provides up to 50% of vertical lens shift in either direction. For example,
with a 96 x 54-inch (16:9) screen, you can shift the image up to 27.00 inches (0.69 meters)
above or below the screen center.
In rear screen applications where space behind the projector is limited, a mirror may be used
to fold the optical path, as shown in Figure 3-5. The position of the projector and mirror must
be accurately set. If you are considering this type of installation, contact your dealer for
assistance.
Folded Optics
Screen
Figure 3-5. Folded Optics
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Other considerations and tips that can help improve your installation:
• Keep the ambient temperature constant and below 35°C (95°F). Keep the projector away
from heating and/or air conditioning vents. Changes in temperature may cause drifts in
the projector circuitry, which may affect performance.
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• Keep the projector away from devices that radiate electromagnetic energy such as motors
and transformers. Common sources of these include slide projectors, speakers, power
amplifiers and elevators.
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Other Considerations
Installation
3.4
Installing the Optional
CineWide Lens Mount
If you are installing a standard (non-CineWide) Vision 85, skip this step and proceed with
Mounting the Vision 85 (page 27).
If you are installing a Vision 85/CineWide, proceed with Installing the Fixed CineWide Base
Plate (Vision 85/CineWide) (page 26).
If you are installing a Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope, proceed as follows to install the
AutoScope lens motor.
1. Do not install the CineWide lens yet, only the fixed CineWide base plate
or AutoScope lens motor. You will install the CineWide lens after you
install the projector and adjust the primary lens.
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Figure 3-6 shows the Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope motor assembly.
3 CineWide with AutoScope
Ceiling Mount Adapter/
Projector Stand, Right
Screw, Phillips 2
Pan-Head,
10-32 x 1/2”
(12x)
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Ceiling Mount
Adapter/
Projector Stand,
Left
Figure 3-6. Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope Motor Assembly – Exploded View
Remove Projector Front Feet: Place the projector upside down on a blanket or other soft
surface. Then, remove the two feet at the front of the projector using a Phillips screwdriver.
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Installing the AutoScope Lens
Motor (Vision 85/CineWide
with AutoScope)
Installation
Install Ceiling Mount Adapters/Projector Stands: For ceiling installations, these brackets
bring the mounting points for the projector mounting rails (included with the projector
ceiling mount kit) from the bottom of the projector up and around the AutoScope lens motor
housing. For floor installations (where the projector is upright), the adapters allow the
projector to lie flat on the mounting surface.
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Using six (6) each of the supplied, 10-32 x 1/2” Pan-Head Phillips screws (item #2), attach the
AutoScope Ceiling Mount Adapters/Projector Stands (items #3 and #4) to the projector as
shown in Figure 3-7.
Figure 3-7. Vision 85 with Ceiling Mount Adapters/Projector Stands
Caution
DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN THE SCREWS.
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Install Lens Motor: Position the AutoScope Lens Motor (item #1) as shown in Figure 3-8.
Line up the mounting holes on the lens motor housing with those on the underside of the
projector. Secure the motor to the projector with the six remaining 10-32 x 1/2” Pan-Head
Phillips screws (item #2).
Figure 3-8. AutoScope Lens Motor Installation
After you have installed the AutoScope lens motor, proceed with Mounting the Vision 85 on
page 27.
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Installation
To install the fixed CineWide base plate on a Vision 85/CineWide:
1.
Place the projector upside down on a blanket or other soft surface.
2.
If you are mounting the Vision 85/CineWide on a ceiling: Position the left and right
ceiling mounting rails (provided with the Vision 85 ceiling mount kit) as shown in Figure
3-9. Position the CineWide base plate on top of the ceiling mounting rails so that the
outermost holes line up with the front mounting hole on each rail.
3.
Secure the CineWide base plate (and ceiling mounting rails, if needed) to the projector
with the four, 10-32 x 1/2" screws and washers provided with the CineWide lens base
plate. Note that you only need to use two washers if the Vision 85/CineWide is to be
ceiling-mounted.
1. Do not use the mounting screws provided with the ceiling mounting kit.
Use only the hardware provided with the CineWide lens base plate.
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Y
Installing the Fixed CineWide ➤
Base Plate (Vision
85/CineWide)
2. DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN THE SCREWS.
4.
Use four (4) of the 10-32 x 3/8" screws provided with the Vision 85 ceiling mount kit to
secure the ceiling mounting rails to the projector.
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Vision 85/CineWide with Lens Base Plate
Washers under
Base Plate
(4 places)
Vision 85/CineWide with Lens Base Plate and
Ceiling Mounting Rails
Washers under
Base Plate
(2 places)
Figure 3-9. Vision 85/CineWide with Anamorphic Lens Base Plate and Ceiling Mounting
Rails - Bottom View
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There are several methods for mounting the projector. Depending on your chosen
installation, one method may be more suitable than another.
3.5
Mounting the Vision 85
Floor Mounting (Upright)
For fixed installations, and for those that want the projector out of sight or have a limited
space for projector and audience, you can invert the Vision 85 and suspend it from the ceiling
using a specially-designed ceiling mount fixture.
Ceiling Mounting (Inverted)
Y
In typical front and rear screen installations, the projector can be mounted to a secure and
level surface such as a table or cart. Carts are useful when moving a projector during a
presentation or from site to site. If possible, lock the wheels when it’s in position to prevent it
from being moved during a presentation.
Use only the Vidikron-approved ceiling mount kit (part number
VIHK-000190) designed for your projector. Install the mount kit according
to the instructions provided with it.
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The projector can also be inverted and placed in an enclosure above and behind the viewing
area. Install four feet on the inside bottom surface of the enclosure on which the projector
can rest. A variety of materials can be used for this purpose (for example, rubber crutch tips
or turntable feet).
If the Vision 85 is ceiling-mounted and the screen is significantly lower than the projector,
you can tilt the projector at a slight angle by adjusting the ceiling mount.
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If you do this, you may need to shift the image using the OSD controls, to compensate. For
detailed instructions, refer to Using the On-Screen Menus on page 37.
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Adjusting the Projection
Angle
Installation
3.6
Connections to the Vision
85 and VHD Controller
Proceed as follows to connect the VHD Controller to the Vision 85, your video sources,
external controller(s) – if present – and AC power.
When connecting your equipment:
• Turn off all equipment before making any connections.
• Use the correct signal cables for each source.
• Ensure that the cables are securely connected. Tighten the thumbscrews on connectors
that have them.
Y
To access the connector panel, press
the door release button so it pops out.
Turn the knob clockwise or
counter-clockwise and pull gently on it
to open the door.
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Connector Panel Access ➤
Connecting the Projector to ➤
the VHD Controller
The Vision 85 is designed to receive only video input signals directly from the companion
VHD Controller/Processor. Connect all signal sources to the appropriate inputs on the rear
panel of the VHD. The signal from the VHD is then output to the Vision 85 projector through
an HDMI cable.
You CANNOT connect signal sources directly to the Vision 85. They MUST
be routed through the VHD Controller for proper operation.
Note
RETURN
ENTER
DOWN
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
MENU
DOWN
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
MENU
ASPECT
RATIO
ENTER
ASPECT
RATIO
STANDBY
RETURN
ON
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Connect the HDMI and RS-232 outputs of the VHD Controller to the corresponding inputs of
the Vision 85; see Figure 3-10.
STANDBY
ON
HDMI
HDMI
TRIGGER
IR
RS-232 OUT
TRIGGER
IR
RS-232 OUT
AC IN 100-240V 50-60Hz
AC IN 100-240V 50-60Hz
SYSTEM CONTROL INTERFACE
INPUTS
Serial No
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
H
V
!
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE-NE PAS OUVRIR
TRIGGERS
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
HD1
1
2
IR
3
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE CENTER.
Model
HD2
Video Processor / Controller
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
H
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
V
SDI
Pb
Pr
S-Video 1
Y
100-230VAC 50-60 Hz, 165 Watts Max
HDMI Out
HDMI 1
HDMI OUT
HDMI 2
Option
Component Video
Video
S-Video 2 RS-232 Out
RS-232 Control
Made In USA
RS-232 OUT
Figure 3-10. Connecting the Projector to the VHD Controller
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Connect your video sources to the VHD Controller as shown and described in the sections
that follow.
HDMI Connections: See Figure 3-11.
Use the HDMI inputs whenever possible. This ensures the highest video
quality because the signal is carried in the digital domain throughout the
entire signal path, from source component output into the projector.
Tip
INPUTS
G/Y
B/Pb
H
V
TRIGGERS
HD1
2
3
IR
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1
Y
R/Pr
HD2
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
H
V
Pb
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Pr
Component Video
Y
S-Video 1
Video
S-Video 2
PR
HDMI Source
(HD-DVD/BD/DVD Player or
HD Tuner with
HDMI or DVI out)
Figure 3-11. HDMI Source Connections
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Connecting Source
Components to the VHD
Controller
Installation
Digital (DTV) RGB or Component Video Connections: See Figure 3-12.
R/Pr
G/Y
INPUTS
B/Pb
H
V
TRIGGERS
HD1
1
2
3
HD2
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
H
V
S-Video 1
Pb
HDMI 2
Pr
Y
Component Video
Video
S-Video 2
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HDMI 1
PR
Red/Pr Green/Y Blue/Pb
Horiz
Vert
DTV or Progressive
Component (YPbPr)
Source
Figure 3-12. Digital (DTV) RGB or Component Video Connections
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Analog (Computer) RGB Connections: See Figure 3-13.
R/Pr
G/Y
INPUTS
B/Pb
H
V
TRIGGERS
HD1
1
2
3
HD2
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
H
V
S-Video 1
Pb
HDMI 2
Y
Pr
Component Video
Video
S-Video 2
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HDMI 1
Vert
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Red Green Blue Horiz
Personal Computer
Figure 3-13. Analog RGB Connections
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Composite/S-Video/Component Video Connections: See Figure 3-14.
R/Pr
G/Y
INPUTS
B/Pb
H
V
TRIGGERS
HD1
1
2
3
HD2
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
H
V
S-Video 1
HDMI 2
Pb
Y
Pr
Component Video
Video
S-Video 2
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HDMI 1
PR
Pb
Pr
Y
DVD Player, VCR,
Satellite Receiver,
Laser Disc etc.
Figure 3-14. Composite, S-Video and Component Video Connections
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Use a straight-through, 9-pin RS-232 cable to connect a PC or home theater
control/automation system (if present) to the RS-232 Control port on the VHD Controller; see
Figure 3-15.
For more information about using this connection, refer to Serial Communications on
page 67.
5
4
3
1
2
TRIGGERS
Pr
Component Video
3
IR
9
8
S-Video 1
Y
Video
S-Video 2 RS-232 Out
7
6
2 Transmit Data
3 Receive Data
5 Ground
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2
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1
RS-232 Control
(none of the other pins are used)
to Automation/
Control System
or PC
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Figure 3-15. RS-232 Control System Connection
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Connecting a PC or
Automation System to the
VHD Controller
Installation
Connecting 12-Volt Trigger ➤
Outputs to External
Equipment
VHD Controller: If your Vision 85 is equipped with a CineWide with AutoScope system,
connect the AutoScope lens motor to a 12-volt trigger output on the VHD Controller; see
Figure 3-16.
Similarly connect other 12-volt trigger-activated equipment (such as retractable screens or
screen masks) to the other trigger outputs.
For more information on using the VHD Controller triggers, refer to Triggers on page 61.
AC Input
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AutoScope Lens Motor (Rear)
3.5-mm
mini plug
VHD Controller
Rear Panel
SYSTEM CONTROL INTERFACE
INPUTS
Serial No
Retractable Screen or other
12-volt trigger-activated
device
R/Pr
Runco International
Union City, CA
G/Y
B/Pb
H
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
V
!
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE-NE PAS OUVRIR
TRIGGERS
Sleeve = Ground
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
HD1
1
2
IR
3
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE CENTER.
Model
Tip = +12V
OUTPUTS
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
HD2
Video Processor / Controller
R/Pr
G/Y
B/Pb
H
SDI
PR
H
V
H/V
DVI Out
DVI 1
DVI 2
Option
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
V
Pb
Pr
S-Video 1
Y
100-230VAC 50-60 Hz, 165 Watts Max
Component Video
Video
S-Video 2 RS-232 Out
RS-232 Control
Made In USA
Figure 3-16. 12-volt Trigger Output Connections (from VHD Controller)
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Projector: The projector is equipped with an additional 12-volt trigger output. This trigger
activates when the projector is turned on. Connect it to your retractable screen or other,
12-volt trigger-activated equipment as shown in Figure 3-17.
RETURN
ENTER
DOWN
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
MENU
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
MENU
ASPECT
RATIO
DOWN
ASPECT
RATIO
STANDBY
ENTER
ON
RETURN
STANDBY
ON
HDMI
HDMI
TRIGGER
IR
RS-232 OUT
TRIGGER
IR
RS-232 OUT
AC IN 100-240V 50-60Hz
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(cylindrical,
DC power
supply-type
plug)
AC IN 100-240V 50-60Hz
to retractable screen
or other, 12-volt
trigger-activated
equipment
Sleeve = Ground
Tip = +12V
Figure 3-17. 12-volt Trigger Output Connection (from Projector)
If infrared signals from the remote control cannot reach the VHD Controller due to excessive
distance or obstructions such as walls or cabinet doors, you can connect an external IR
receiver to the VHD Controller to extend the range of the remote control. See Figure 3-18.
VHD Controller Rear Panel
SYSTEM CONTROL INTERFACE
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
!
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE-NE PAS OUVRIR
PR
TRIGGERS
1
2
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE CENTER.
IR
3
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
S-Video 1
Video
S-Video 2 RS-232 Out
100-230VAC 50-60 Hz, 165 Watts Max
RS-232 Control
Made In USA
Ring = +5V
Tip = IR Input
Sleeve = Ground
IR Receiver
Remote
Control
(3.5-mm
mini phono
plug)
Figure 3-18. External IR Receiver Connection
Note
When an external IR receiver is connected to the wired IR input, the
built-in IR sensor on the VHD Controller is disabled.
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Connecting an External IR
Receiver to the VHD
Controller
Installation
Connecting to AC Power ➤
The Vision 85 system includes two (2) AC power cords (one each for the VHD Controller and
projector).
VHD Controller: Plug the female end of one power cord into the AC receptacle on the rear of
the VHD Controller. Connect the other end to your AC power source (100 to 240 VAC).
Projector: Similarly connect the Vision 85 to a nearby 100 to 240 VAC power source.
AutoScope Lens Motor: With AutoScope-equipped projectors, a third power cord is
provided for the lens motor. Plug the female end of the AC power cord into the AC receptacle
on the rear of the lens motor assembly. Connect the other end to a 110 VAC power source.
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3.7
Turning on the Power
Y
The input voltage to the AutoScope lens motor must be between 100 and
120 VAC. Do not connect the AutoScope lens motor to a 200-240 VAC
power source!
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1.
Turn on your source components.
2.
Turn on the main power switch at the rear of the VHD Controller.
3.
If this is an AutoScope-equipped projector, turn on the main power switch at the rear of
the AutoScope lens motor. The lens motor power switch is located next to the AC input
(see Figure 3-16).
4.
Press the ON button on the remote control – or the POWER ( ) button on the VHD
Controller front panel – to turn on the system. The vacuum fluorescent display on the
VHD Controller front panel briefly displays “Starting Display.”
5.
When the projector is ready for use, the fluorescent display indicates the active source,
signal format (NTSC or PAL), input resolution and aspect ratio; for example:
Current Source
Format
Component SD NTSC
16:9
Input
Resolution
480i
V85
Aspect Ratio
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By default, the Vision 85 is configured for a “floor/front” installation, in which the projector is
installed upright and in front of the screen. If it is installed behind the screen and/or mounted
on a ceiling, you must change the picture orientation. To do this:
Select an input OTHER THAN HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 on the VHD Controller.
2.
Press MENU and enter the Service Menu passcode.
3.
Select Service from the Main Menu.
4.
Select Display Device from the Service Menu, then select Configure.
5.
Press , then choose Floor/Rear, Ceiling/Front or Ceiling/Rear, to match the installation
method.
You must enter a passcode to access the Service menu.
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1.
To focus the projected image, gently rotate the lens
by hand.
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3.9
Primary Lens Adjustments
Focus and Zoom
Zoom
in
To enlarge the picture (zoom in), move the zoom tab
toward the Vidikron logo on the front of the projector.
To make the picture smaller (zoom out), move the tab
in the other direction.
Zoom
out
Focus
To change the projected image position, use a 9/64” hex driver to shift the lens in the desired
direction; see Figure 3-19. The vertical lens shift control is at the top of the projector. (The
tool will automatically center on top of the adjustment nut when inserted into the access
hole.)
9/64” Hex Wrench
Figure 3-19. Vertical Lens Shift Adjustments
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Adjusting the Picture
Orientation
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Vertical Lens Shift
Installation
3.10
Installing and Adjusting
the CineWide Anamorphic
Lens
If you are installing a CineWide-equipped projector, proceed as follows to install and adjust
the anamorphic lens.
Note
It is extremely important that the primary lens is properly adjusted
before you install the anamorphic lens. Ensure that the image from
the primary lens is perfectly centered on the screen.
Y
The standard Vision 85/CineWide uses a prismatic-style anamorphic lens. This type of lens
compresses the height of the image (as opposed to stretching the width) to achieve a 2.35:1
aspect ratio with a 1.78:1 display device.
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The Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope uses a cylindrical anamorphic lens with a much
larger aperture than the prismatic lens used with the standard Vision 85/CineWide.
If you are installing a Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope, refer to Anamorphic Lens
Installation and Adjustment - Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope on page 41. If you are
installing a standard Vision 85/CineWide, continue with the next section.
Anamorphic Lens Installation ➤
and Adjustment - Vision
85/CineWide
The standard Vision 85 Anamorphic lens mount kit consists of everything shown in Figure
3-20. Some components shipped with your projector may differ slightly from what is shown
in these instructions.
If any items are missing or damaged, please contact your Vidikron dealer or Vidikron
Customer Service at (888) 4VIDIKRON.
Anamorphic Lens
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1
6 Pitch/Y-Adjustment
Screw, Phillips
Pan Head, 4-40 x 5/16" (4x)
and Fender Washer (4x)
2 Base Plate
3 Screw, Phillips
10-32 x 1/2" (4x) and
Washer (4x)
(not shown; secures Base Plate
to bottom of projector)
5 Vertical Mounting
Bracket (2x)
4 Yaw/Z-Adjustment
Knob (2x) and
Washer (2x)
Figure 3-20. Vision 85 Anamorphic Lens Mounting Assembly - Exploded View
1.
Use the Pitch Adjustment Screws and Washers (item #6) to attach the Vertical Mounting
Brackets (item #5) to the Anamorphic Lens (item #1).
2.
Place the lens with the brackets installed on top of (or under, if the projector is inverted)
the Base Plate (item #2), so that the two threaded posts at the bottom of the brackets
pass through the corresponding slots on the base plate.
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3.
Secure the lens assembly to the base plate with the Yaw/Z-Adjustment Knobs and
Washers (item #4).
Tip
To avoid clipping the corners of the image, position the anamorphic lens
as close as possible to the primary lens.
Adjusting the Lens Height (Y):
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Ceiling Mount
Bracket
1.
Project a white field on the screen.
2.
Ensure that the four Height (Y) Adjustment Screws are loose enough to allow vertical
movement of the lens assembly.
3.
Slowly move the anamorphic lens into place so that there are no shadows on the top or
bottom of the screen:
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Too Low
Correct position
Too High
4.
When the height is properly set, tighten the Height Adjustment Screws to secure the
lens in place.
Adjusting the Pitch (Angle): Next, angle the lens to even out any top-to-bottom pincushion
distortion. To do this, loosen the Pitch Adjustment Screws on either side of the lens to allow it
to pivot freely. Then, adjust the anamorphic lens angle so that the projected image is
rectangular:
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Incorrect Lens Angle
Y
Correct Lens Angle
The anamorphic lens will almost always be angled with respect to the projector; this is
normal. Once the proper lens angle has been set, firmly tighten the Pitch Adjustment Screws
to secure the lens in place.
Note
There may be some pincushion distortion even after the lens is properly
adjusted, especially at shorter throw distances. If this is the case, Vidikron
recommends that you slightly over-scan the image into the screen frame
area to mask the distortion.
Adjusting the Yaw: Loosen the Yaw/Z-Adjustment Knobs to allow the lens to pivot freely
from side to side. Then, angle the lens to even out any left-right pincushion distortion:
PR
Anamorphic Lens (Top View)
Correct Position
Wrong Position
Once the proper lens angle has been set, firmly tighten the Yaw/Z-Adjustment Knobs to
secure the lens in place.
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The Vision 85 Anamorphic lens mount kit consists of everything shown in Figure 3-21. Some
components shipped with your projector may differ slightly from what is shown in these
instructions.
1 Lens Adapter Ring and
Mounting Screws (3x)
10 Anamorphic Lens
Y
Set Screw
9 Pitch Adjustment
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T-Nut (2x)
2 Pitch Adjustment Yoke for Lens
3 Height/Y Adjustment
T-Screw (2x)
4 Pitch Adjustment
T-Screw (2x)
5 Anamorphic Lens
8 Yaw/X Adjustment
Lever (2x)
Holder
6 1/4-20 Hex Bolt (2x)
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and Washer (2x)
7 AutoScope Carriage Plate
Figure 3-21. Anamorphic Lens Mounting Assembly - Exploded View
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Anamorphic Lens Installation
and Adjustment Vision 85/CineWide with
AutoScope
Installation
Attach Lens Mounting Assembly to Lens Motor Carriage Plate:
Remove the two Yaw/X Adjustment Levers (item #8) from the bottom of the Anamorphic
Lens Holder (item #5).
2.
Place the Anamorphic Lens Holder on top of the AutoScope Carriage Plate (item #7).
Position the bracket so that the long slot at the bottom of the lens holder is
perpendicular to the corresponding slots on the carriage plate.
3.
Secure the Anamorphic Lens Holder to the plate using the Hex Bolts/Washers (item #6)
and Yaw/X Adjustment Levers that you removed in Step 1.
4.
Use the Lens Mounting Screws to attach the Lens Adapter Ring (item #1) to the Pitch
Adjustment Yoke (item #2); see Figure 3-22. (Use the round, threaded holes on the yoke.)
5.
Use the Height/Y Adjustment T-Screws (item #3), Pitch Adjustment T-Screws (item #4)
and T-Nuts (item #9) to attach the Pitch Adjustment Yoke and Lens Adapter Ring to the
Anamorphic Lens Holder. The Yoke should be as close to the primary lens as possible.
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1.
6.
Attach the lens to the Lens Adapter Ring by threading it clockwise.
FO
CU
S
PR
Lens threads into ring
Figure 3-22. Attaching the Anamorphic Lens to the Lens Adapter Ring
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Configure Lens Motor Trigger: CineWide with AutoScope maintains constant image height
independent of the aspect ratio, while using the full display resolution of the projector. It
accomplishes this by moving the anamorphic lens in front of the primary lens when
widescreen material is being viewed. When the viewer transitions back to 16:9 or 4:3 source
material, the anamorphic lens moves out of the light path.
To configure the lens motor trigger on the VHD Controller for proper AutoScope operation:
Press MENU on the remote control and enter the Service menu passcode.
2.
Select Service from the Main menu.
3.
Select Triggers from the Service menu.
4.
Assign the trigger output to which the lens motor is connected to the Cinema and
Intelliwide 2.35 aspect ratios. This enables the lens motor to move the anamorphic lens
into position (in front of the primary lens) when either aspect ratio is selected.
5.
To save the trigger settings, press
6.
Select the Cinema or Intelliwide 2.35 aspect ratio to move the anamorphic lens into
position, if it isn’t already. To do this, press CINEMA or SVC on the VHD Controller
remote control (Figure 2-5), or press or repeatedly with no menus visible on-screen.
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1.
repeatedly to highlight “Save.” Then, press ENTER.
Adjusting the Horizontal (X) Lens Position:
Project a white field on the screen.
2.
Loosen the Yaw/X-Adjustment Levers underneath the lens.
3.
Slowly move the anamorphic lens into place so that there are no shadows on either side
of the screen:
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1.
Too Far Left
Correct position
Too Far Right
4.
When the horizontal position is properly set, tighten the Yaw/X-Adjustment Levers to
secure the lens in place.
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Adjusting the Height (Y): With the white field still on-screen, loosen the
Height/Y Adjustment T-Screws on either side of the lens. Then, slowly move the anamorphic
lens into place so that there are no shadows on the top or bottom of the screen:
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Y
Too Low
Correct position
Too High
When the height is properly set, tighten the Height Adjustment T-Screws to secure the lens
in place.
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Adjusting the Pitch (Angle): Next, angle the lens to even out any top-to-bottom pincushion
distortion. To do this, loosen the Pitch Adjustment T-Screws (directly below the
Height/Y Adjustment T-Screws) on either side of the lens to allow it to pivot freely. Then,
adjust the anamorphic lens angle so that the projected image is rectangular:
Correct Lens Angle
Incorrect Lens Angle
The anamorphic lens will almost always be angled with respect to the projector; this is
normal.
Once the proper lens angle has been set, firmly tighten the Pitch Adjustment T-Screws to
secure the lens in place.
Note
There may be some pincushion distortion even after the lens is properly
adjusted, especially at shorter throw distances. If this is the case, Vidikron
recommends that you slightly over-scan the image into the screen frame
area to mask the distortion.
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Adjusting the Yaw: Loosen the Yaw/X-Adjustment Levers to allow the lens to pivot freely
from side to side. Then, angle the lens to even out any left-right pincushion distortion:
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Anamorphic Lens (Top View)
Correct Position
Wrong Position
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Once the proper lens angle has been set, firmly tighten the Yaw/X-Adjustment Levers to
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Adjusting the Geometry:
Input an anamorphic cross-hatch test pattern to the projector.
2.
Unscrew the Anamorphic Lens just enough to allow it to rotate freely.
3.
Grasp the lens by the center ring and rotate the lens until the image is properly
anamorphic:
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1.
When the image geometry appears correct, tighten the Anamorphic
Lens Set Screw (item #10) to secure the lens in place. (When viewed
from the front, the rear opening on the anamorphic lens should
appear as a tall, narrow oval.)
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Focus: Finally, rotate the Focus Ring on the anamorphic lens
to fine-tune the optical focus.
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FO
4.
Correct Position
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Press the MENU button on either the remote control or the VHD Controller front panel to
display the Main Menu.
4.1
Using the On-Screen
Menus
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To select a menu item, use the and buttons on either the remote control or the VHD
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depends on the input signal resolution. For 1080i digital or 1080p signals, the menu
structure is as shown and described in On-Screen Menus for 1080i (Digital) or 1080p Signals
on page 63.
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When the input signal resolution is 1080i analog (via the HD1 or HD2 input) or lower, the
menu structure is as shown in Figure 4-1. Depending on the selected input source and signal
characteristics, some menu options may not be available.
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4.2
On-Screen Menus for 1080i
(Analog) and
Lower-Resolution Signals
Operation
Picture
Input Position
ISF Presets
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Information
(read-only)
ISF Night - Input Image
Note: IntelliWide 2.35 is available
only on the Vision 85/CineWide
and Vision 85/CineWide with
AutoScope.
ISF Night - Input Color
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Aspect Ratio
ISF Night - Display Color
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Composite
S Video 1
S Video 2
Component SD
HD/RGB 1
HD/RGB 2
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
16:9
4:3
Letterbox
IntelliWide
Cinema
IntelliWide 2.35
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Left/Right
Up/Down
Width
Height
Overscan
Recall ISF Night
Recall ISF Day
Recall/Save Custom 1
Recall/Save Custom 2
Reset Custom 1 & 2 to Factory Default
Serial Number
Hardware
Firmware
Date
Test Video
Input Names
Remote Control
Display Device
Service
HD Format
Triggers
Miscellaneous
Calibration
Grey Bars 1
Grey Bars 2
Color Bars 1
Color Bars 2
Rename, Restore or Save
Primary
Secondary
Configure
HD/RGB 1
HD/RGB 2
ADC Bandwidth
YPbPr Input Resolution
1 / 2 / 3 / Save
Language
Menu Mode
Timeout
Side Bar Color
Film Mode (SD src. only)
ISF Day - Display Color
ISF Day - Input Image
ISF Day - Input Color
Save ISF Settings
Output Shift
Splash Configure
Gain
Offset
Gamma
Iris
Color Temp
Lamp Power
(0 = Low; 1 = High)
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Gain
Offset
Chroma Delay
Phase
Noise Filter
Gain
Offset
Gamma
Iris
Color Temp
Lamp Power
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Gain
Offset
Chroma Delay
Phase
Noise Filter
Back / Confirm
Left/Right
Up/Down
Width
Height
Save
Owner Name
ISF Calibrated
ISF Other
Vidikron/ISF Logo Splash
Screen Timers
(2 ... 60 sec.)
OSD Position
Orientation
Overscan
Fan Mode
(0 = Normal; 1 = High Altitude)
Height
(0 ... 100)
Lamp Hours
Auto, RGB or YUV
Auto, 75 MHz, 150 MHz or 300 MHz
Auto, 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p or 1080i
English, French, German or Spanish
System Reset
Restore Saved Settings
Figure 4-1. VHD Controller OSD Menu Structure for Vision 85 (1080i Analog and Lower-Resolution Sources)
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The Main Menu is the starting point for accessing all projector functions.
Main Menu
(The Calibration and Service menus are hidden and not accessible until you enter a
passcode.)
Vidikron 85
Input Source
Aspect Ratio
Picture
Input Position
ISF Presets
Information
Calibration
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Service
From the Main Menu, select Input Source to choose a video signal source.
The active source is indicated by an arrow (>) to its left; in the example at right, Composite is
the active source.
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To change the aspect ratio (size and shape) of the projected image, select Aspect Ratio from
the Main Menu and press ENTER. Select the appropriate aspect ratio for your screen size and
the type of program material being viewed; refer to Table 4-1.
The currently-selected aspect ratio is indicated by a “7” to its left; in the example at right,
16:9 is selected.
Note
When you change the aspect ratio, save the change to a preset
afterwards. Otherwise, the change will be lost when a different input is
selected. (The aspect ratio is saved for each input and resolution
separately.) For information about saving settings, refer to ISF Presets
on page 56.
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Input Source
Input Source
Composite
>
S Video 1
S Video 2
Component SD
HD/RGB 1
HD/RGB 2
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Aspect Ratio
Aspect Ratio
7
…
…
…
…
…
16:9
4:3
Letterbox
IntelliWide
Cinema
IntelliWide 2.35
Operation
Table 4-1. Aspect Ratio Settings
Aspect Ratio
Description
16:9
Select 16:9 to view 16:9 DVDs and HDTV
programs in their native aspect ratio.
16:9 Image on
16:9 Screen (Display)
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4:3 images are stretched horizontally to fit
a 16:9 screen.
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16:9 Screen (Display)
4:3
4:3 Image on
16:9 Screen (Display)
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Letterbox
4:3 Image on
16:9 Display
(Letterbox aspect ratio)
IntelliWide
4:3 Image on
16:9 Screen (Display)
4:3 scales the input signal to fit in the
center of the 16:9 screen. 4:3 is the aspect
ratio used by computer monitors,
standard television programming and
most VHS video cassettes.
Letterbox mode scales (zooms in on) a 4:3
image linearly (by the same amount on all
sides) to fill a 16:9 display.
Letterbox is best suited for viewing
LaserDisc movies or non-anamorphic
DVDs on a 16:9 screen.
IntelliWide scales a 4:3 image
NON-linearly (more on the sides than in
the center) to fit a 16:9 screen.
4:3 Image on
16:9 Screen
with IntelliWide
On a 2.35:1 screen, the image is centered
between black bars on either side.
4:3 Image on
2.35:1 Screen
with IntelliWide
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Table 4-1. Aspect Ratio Settings (continued)
Aspect Ratio
Description
Cinema
Select Cinema to view 2.35 source
material in its native aspect ratio.
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2.35:1 Image on
16:9 Screen
(Cinema aspect ratio / no CineWide)
With a 16:9 screen and a non-CineWide
projector (no anamorphic lens), the upper
and lower portions of the screen are
masked, but the geometry of the active
image area is unchanged.
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2.35:1 Image on
2.35:1 Screen
(Cinema aspect ratio / CineWide)
IntelliWide 2.35
With a 2.35:1 screen and a
CineWide-equipped projector, the VHD
Controller scales the 2.35:1 image so that
the active image area fills the 16:9 chip
surface, eliminating the black bars. The
secondary, anamorphic lens then restores
the proper geometry to the 2.35:1 image.
16:9
16:9 Image
Image on
on
2.35:1
2.35:1 Screen
Screen
A 16:9 image is scaled NON-linearly (more
on the sides than in the center) to fit a
2.35:1 screen. IntelliWide 2.35 is available
only on the Vision 85/CineWide and
Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope.
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16:9 Image on
2.35:1 Screen with
Intelliwide 2.35
Use the controls in the Picture Menu to calibrate your Vision 85 for optimum picture quality.
The Vision 85 has been designed to incorporate setup and calibration standards established
by the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF). The ISF has developed carefully crafted,
industry-recognized standards for optimal video performance and has implemented a
training program for technicians and installers to use these standards to obtain optimal
picture quality from Vidikron video display devices. Accordingly, Vidikron recommends that
setup and calibration be performed by an ISF certified installation technician.
Picture
Picture
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
All signal types require separate processing. Therefore, you need to calibrate each input
separately.
Note
When you change a picture quality setting, save the change to a preset
afterwards. Otherwise, the change will be lost when a different input is
selected. (Picture quality settings are saved for each input and resolution
separately.) For information about saving settings, refer to ISF Presets
on page 56.
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Although it may be possible to obtain satisfactory picture quality using the naked eye and
regular program material, Vidikron recommends using the following calibration tools for
best results:
• External test pattern source -- Ovation Multimedia, Digital Video Essentials or AVIA test
DVD or equivalent.
• A blue filter (provided with many test DVDs), for color level and tint adjustments.
Connect your test pattern source to the input that you are calibrating and proceed as follows.
Perform the adjustments in the order listed here.
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Brightness: On your external test pattern source, select a PLUGE pattern. (PLUGE is an
acronym for “Picture Line-Up Generation Equipment.”) Figure 4-2 shows a typical PLUGE
pattern.
Below Black
Above Black
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Figure 4-2. Typical PLUGE Pattern for Adjusting Brightness
PLUGE patterns vary but generally consist of some combination of black, white and gray
areas against a black background. The example above includes two vertical bars and four
shaded boxes.
Select Brightness from the Picture menu and press ENTER. Adjust the brightness so that:
• The darkest black bars disappear into the background.
• The dark gray areas are barely visible.
• The lighter gray areas are clearly visible.
• The white areas are a comfortable level of true white.
• The image contains only black, gray and white (no color).
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Contrast: On your external test pattern source, select a stepped, gray-bar pattern like the
one shown in Figure 4-3.
Figure 4-3. Typical Gray Bar Pattern for Adjusting Contrast
Select Contrast and press ENTER. Adjust the contrast to a point just below which the white
rectangle starts to increase in size.
Brightness and contrast controls are interactive. A change to one may
require a subtle change to the other in order to achieve the optimum
setting.
Note
blue
red
magenta
green
cyan
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yellow
gray
Color Saturation: On your external test pattern source, select a color bar pattern like the one
shown in Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-4. Typical Color Bar Pattern for Adjusting Color Saturation and Tint
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blue
red
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magenta
green
cyan
yellow
gray
Select Color and press ENTER. While looking at the color bar pattern through a blue filter,
adjust the color saturation level until the outermost (gray and blue) color bars appear to be a
single shade of blue:
Tint: Tint or “hue” is essentially the ratio of red to green in the color portion of the image.
When tint is decreased, the image appears redder; when it is increased the image appears
greener. To set the tint, select Tint and press ENTER. While looking at the color bar pattern
through a blue filter, adjust the tint level until the cyan and magenta color bars (on either
side of the green bar) appear to be a single shade of blue.
Like the brightness and contrast controls, the color and tint controls are
interactive. A change to one may require a subtle change to the other in
order to achieve the optimum setting.
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Sharpness: “Sharpness” is the amount of high-frequency detail in the image. To adjust
sharpness, select Sharpness from the Picture menu and press ENTER. On your external test
pattern source, select a pattern like the one shown in Figure 4-5. Adjust as needed, looking
for white edges around the transitions from black to gray and differently-sized lines in the
“sweep” patterns at the top and bottom. Lower the sharpness setting to eliminate them.
Figure 4-5. Typical Test Pattern for Adjusting Sharpness
Note
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Use the controls in the Input Position Menu to fine-tune the aspect ratio and image position
for the current source.
Input Position
When you change an input position setting, save the change to a preset
afterwards. Otherwise, the change will be lost when a different input is
selected. (The input position settings are saved for each input and
resolution separately.) For information about saving settings, refer to ISF
Presets on page 56.
Left/Right: Select Left/Right from the Input Position menu to shift the projected image
horizontally. Use the right or up cursor button to shift the image to the right; use the left or
down button to shift it to the left.
Up/Down: Select Up/Down from the Input Position menu to shift the projected image
vertically. Use the right or up cursor button to shift the image upward; use the left or down
button to shift it downward.
Width: Select Width from the Input Position menu to change the projected image width. Use
the right or up cursor button to increase the width; use the left or down button to decrease it.
Height: Select Height from the Input Position menu to change the projected image height.
Use the right or up cursor button to increase the height; use the left or down button to
decrease it.
Overscan: Image Overscan pushes the outside edge of the active picture area of the video
signal out beyond the edge of the display area.
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Left/Right
Up/Down
Width
Height
Overscan
Operation
Some television programs are produced based on the assumption that older television sets
may not display the outer edges of the broadcast picture area. Overscan effectively trims
away these inactive, outer edges and enlarges the remaining portion of the image to fill the
display area.
Select from 1% to 10% of Overscan, as desired.
For HDTV, DVDs and other video sources, Overscan is generally not necessary or desirable.
ISF Presets ➤
ISF Presets
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ISF Day
Custom 1
Save
Custom 2
Save
Factory Default
You should save changes to any of the following settings to a preset; otherwise they will be
lost when a new input source or resolution is selected:
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…
…
…
ISF Night
For each input, the Vision 85 lets you save image quality settings as presets that you can
recall at a later time. You can create up to four presets per input and resolution. Use the ISF
Presets menu to recall saved image presets, or to save image settings in the “Custom 1” or
“Custom 2” memory location. The currently-selected preset is indicated by a “7” to its left; in
the example shown here, ISF Night is selected.
• Aspect ratio
• Picture quality settings (brightness, contrast, color saturation, tint and sharpness)
• Input position (image position, width, height and overscan percentage)
To reset the Custom 1 and Custom 2 image presets to their factory defaults, select Factory
Default and press ENTER.
Information ➤
Information
Serial Num
0
Firmware
0100.0631
Date
Apr 20 2007
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Hardware
Select Information from the Main Menu to see information that uniquely identifies your
projector: its serial number, the installed hardware and firmware versions and the firmware
version build date. Should you ever need to contact Vidikron Technical Support, this
information will help them answer your questions or resolve product performance issues.
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Use the Calibration menu to perform advanced picture quality adjustments. This menu
should be used by ISF-certified technicians only.
Calibration
Calibration
Note
ISF Night
You must enter a passcode to access the Calibration menu.
Display Color
Input Image
Input Color
To recall the ISF Night or ISF Day settings, do one of the following:
ISF Day
Display Color
• Select “ISF Night” or “ISF Day” from the ISF Presets menu (see above);
Input Image
• Press ISF NT or ISF DAY on the remote control; or
Input Color
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• From this menu, choose Display Color, Input Image or Input Color for the preset you want
to recall.
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ISF Night - Display Color: Use the Display Color settings to change the characteristics of the
output signal. These settings are global (independent of any particular input).
• Gain: Use the Gain controls to correct color imbalances in the bright areas of the image. A
good way to do this is to use a test pattern consisting mostly of solid white areas, such as
an 80 IRE “window” pattern. If the white areas contain traces of red, green or blue,
decrease the Gain for that color.
• Gamma/Offset: Use the Gamma and Offset controls in the White Balance sub-menu to
correct color imbalances in the dark areas of the image.
A good way to do this is to use a test pattern consisting mostly of dark gray areas, such as
a 30 IRE “window” pattern. If the gray areas contain traces of red, green or blue, decrease
the Gamma or Offset for that color.
Adjust Gamma before Offset. Gamma provides coarse adjustment of
low-lights; Offset provides finer adjustment.
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• Iris: Select Iris from the Display Color Menu to increase or decrease the aperture or iris size
(the physical opening through the lens; similar to an “f-stop” on a camera). Doing so
allows you to optimize brightness and contrast according to the amount of ambient light
in the viewing area.
Use a lower setting (0 or 1) for rooms with lots of ambient light. Use the higher setting (2)
for more “theater-like” viewing conditions (little or no ambient light).
• Color Temp: Select Color Temp from the Display Color menu to adjust the color
temperature. The default setting is appropriate for most situations. Higher settings
produce a “bluer” picture.
• Lamp Power: Select Lamp Power from the Display Color menu to adjust the lamp output
level. You can choose to run the lamp as bright as possible (“1”) or you can choose the
lower setting (“0”). Generally, lower lamp output can prolong the life of the lamp, but
decreases brightness.
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Save ISF Settings
Output Shift
Splash Configure
OSD Position
Operation
ISF Night - Input Image: The Input Image controls are similar to those in the Picture menu,
but are accessible only by entering the Calibration menu passcode. This makes it possible to
restore the picture quality settings to what they were when the projector was installed,
simply by recalling the “ISF Night” preset.
ISF Night - Input Color: The Input Color controls are similar to those in the Display Color
menu (see above), but can be set independently for each input.
• Gain/Offset: Refer to ISF Night - Display Color, above.
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• Chroma Delay: use the Chroma Delay control to correct a mis-aligned image from a
Composite, S-Video or Component video source. Chroma delay in an image causes color
shifts to occur to the left of the vertical edge transitions, producing artificial shadows or a
“halo” effect. If necessary, adjust this setting to eliminate them.
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• Phase: Adjust the phase if the image (usually from an RGB source) shows shimmer or
“noise.” Pixel phase adjusts the phase of the pixel sampling clock relative to the incoming
signal. The effect of this control is similar to that of a tracking control on a VCR.
For best results, use a good test pattern such as a smooth gray consisting of a clear pattern
of black and white pixels, or a similar “half on, half off” graphic image. (You may notice
that you can stabilize the image at more than one point. Use either setting in this case.)
• Noise Filter: Select Noise Filter from the Input Color menu to filter a noisy Composite,
S-Video or Component source signal. Adjust as desired, keeping in mind that reducing
noise (which reduces high frequencies) may also soften the image.
ISF Day - Display Color: Refer to ISF Night - Display Color.
ISF Day - Input Image: Refer to ISF Night - Input Image.
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ISF Day - Input Color: Refer to ISF Night - Input Color.
Save ISF Settings: Whenever you make a change to the ISF settings, you should always save
it. Select Save ISF Settings from the ISF Calibration menu to do this. In the event you ever
have to perform a System Reset, you can restore the saved ISF settings by selecting Restore
Saved Settings in the Service menu. (System Reset and Restore Saved Settings are described
on page 62.)
Output Shift: The controls in the Output Shift menu are similar to those in the Input Position
menu, except that they change the characteristics of the output signal (so the change is
visible no matter which input is selected). You can set these controls independently for each
aspect ratio.
To save the Output Shift settings for the current aspect ratio so that they can be restored
after a System Reset (described on page 62), press repeatedly to highlight “Save.” Then,
press ENTER.
Splash Configure: Use the Splash Configure menu to customize the appearance of the
start-up message that appears on the vacuum fluorescent display upon power-up.
• Owner Name/ISF Calibrated/ISF Other: You can have the Vision 85 display the owner’s
name, your name, the phrase “ISF Calibrated” and/or any other string, up to 20 characters
in length.
Use the up or down cursor button to select a character. Use the right and left cursor
buttons to change the cursor position. Press MENU when you have finished entering text.
Then, check the “Splash Enable” box to have the Vision 85 display the information you
enter here when it is turned on.
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• Vidikron/ISF Logo Splash Screen Timers: When you turn on the Vision 85, it projects a
welcome screen with the Vidikron logo followed by one with the ISF logo. Select Splash
Timer from the Splash Configure menu to set the amount of time that these two images
appear. The range is from 2 to 60 seconds, in one-second increments.
Use the up or down cursor button to select a timer value to adjust. Use the right or left
cursor button to change the timer value. Press MENU when you have finished configuring
both timers.
OSD Position: Select OSD Position, press ENTER and use the arrow buttons to change the
size and position of the OSD controls.
Service
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Use the Service menu to access advanced projector configuration settings. This menu
should be used by ISF-certified technicians only.
Service
Test Video
You must enter a passcode to access the Service menu.
Input Names
Remote Control
Display Device
HD Format
Test Video: Select Test Video from the Service Menu to access the internal test patterns on
the Vision 85. Four patterns are available, consisting of white/gray or colored bars.
Triggers
Miscellaneous
Press MENU to exit test pattern mode.
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Input Names: You can give each VHD Controller input a descriptive name. For example, you
may want to change the default input name to the type of source component connected to
it: “VCR,” “DVD,” “Laptop” et cetera. Composite, S-Video and Component SD input names can
be up to 12 characters long; the others can be up to eight characters long.
To edit an input name, select Input Names from the Service menu. Press or to select an
input and press ENTER. Use the or buttons to change a character; press or to
select a character to change. When you have finished editing the input name, press MENU.
To restore the default input name, press
“Restore” column. Then, press ENTER.
repeatedly to highlight that input name in the
To save input names so that they can be restored after a System Reset (described on
page 62), press repeatedly to highlight “Save.” Then, press ENTER.
Note
The button takes you from top to bottom in the left column, then from
top to bottom in the right column. To highlight “Save,” scroll through
both columns.
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System Reset
Restore Saved Settings
Input Names
Restore
Composite
Composite
S Video 1
S Video 1
S Video 2
S Video 2
Component SD
Component SD
HD/RGB 1
HD/RGB 1
HD/RGB 2
HD/RGB 2
HDMI 1
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 2
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Remote Control: The Remote Control menu shows you the primary and secondary infrared
(IR) codes to which the Vision 85 will respond. By default, both are set to 17. You can change
these codes if either:
• Another device in the theater (a DVD player, for example) is responding to commands
from the Vision 85/VHD remote control (Figure 2-5) in ways that are unpredictable or
undesirable.
• You have multiple Vision 85 projectors and want to control them independently, as
opposed to broadcasting commands from a single remote to all of them. In this scenario,
you can use multiple remotes programmed to use different IR codes. Or, you can use a
single remote and change the IR code as needed to address a specific projector.
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Use the VHD Controller front-panel keypad to change the projector IR
code. Then, change the code sent by the remote to match as described
below.
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Do not change the “Type” setting in this menu.
When you change a remote code on the Vision 85, you must re-program the Vision 85/VHD
remote control to send that same code. To do this:
1.
Using a straightened paper clip or similar object, press and hold the
CODE button on the remote control for approximately three
seconds, or until the LED on the remote lights solid red.
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– OR –
CODE
NT
If your remote control unit does not have a CODE button, press and
hold the LIGHT button on the remote control for approximately
three seconds, or until the LED on the remote lights solid red.
2.
Enter a new two-digit code between 00 and 31 inclusive. Use the
16:9 button for “9” and the 4:3 button for “0.” Include a leading
zero for single-digit codes; for example, enter 9 as “09.”
3.
The LED turns off to confirm the code change. If you enter an invalid code, the LED
flashes for three or four seconds. Try again, entering a valid code.
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Display Device: The options in the Display Device menu allow you to change the picture
orientation, adjust the amount of overscan and access other projector-specific functions.
• Configure: Select Configure from the Display Device menu. Then:
• Orientation: Select Orientation to change the picture orientation to suit the method of
installation (Floor Front, Floor Rear, Ceiling Front or Ceiling Rear).
• Overscan: Refer to Overscan on page 55.
• Fan Mode: If the projector is being used in a high-altitude environment, use the Fan
Mode control to prevent it from overheating. Set it to High Altitude (“1”) to run the fan
at high speed; set it to Normal (“0”) to run the fan at normal speed.
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• Height: Select Height from the Display Device menu to adjust the displayed image
height in small increments. Higher values compress the height. This setting affects all
sources.
Use this control to fine-tune the image geometry on a Vision
85/CineWide. (It should not be necessary to change this setting on a
standard Vision 85.)
• Lamp Hours: To display the number of hours that the lamp has been in service, press
or to highlight Lamp Hours.
HD Format: If the characteristics of the incoming signal on the HD1 or HD2 inputs are
known, select HD Format from the Service menu and set them as described below. Doing so
can reduce the time it takes the VHD Controller to switch from HD to 480i signals or vice
versa.
HD Format
HD/RGB 1
Auto
This is generally not necessary unless the VHD Controller – for whatever reason – has
difficulty determining the color space (RGB or YUV), bandwidth or resolution of the incoming
HD signal. In most situations, the Auto settings work well.
HD/RGB 2
Auto
ADC Bandwidth
Auto
• HD/RGB 1 and HD/RGB 2 (Color Space): Select Auto, RGB or YUV.
YPbPr Input Resolution
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• ADC Bandwidth: Select Auto, 75 MHz, 150 MHz or 300 MHz.
• YPbPr Input Resolution: Select Auto or specify the input resolution, if known: 480i, 480p,
576i, 576p, 720p or 1080i.
Triggers: Select Triggers from the Service menu to configure the 12-volt trigger outputs. You
can assign one or more trigger outputs to each aspect ratio. Those triggers are then activated
by selecting that aspect ratio.
To save the trigger settings so that they can be restored after a System Reset (described
below), press repeatedly to highlight “Save.” Then, press ENTER.
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Miscellaneous: Select Miscellaneous from the Service menu to set the following options:
• Language: Select Language from the Miscellaneous menu and press the up- or
down-arrows to select the OSD Language. (Currently, only English is supported.)
• Menu Mode: This is the manner in which the OSD menus appear and disappear when you
press MENU. Choose one of the following:
0 = No transition; menus abruptly appear and disappear.
1 = Menus fade in and out.
2 = “Checkerboard” dissolve; menus appear and disappear in sections.
3 = “Window shade” effect; menus are drawn on a diagonal from top left to bottom right,
and retract in the opposite direction.
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• Timeout - Short/Long: These settings control how long the OSD menus stay on screen.
Select a time-out period of from 2 to 60 seconds.
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• Side Bar Color: This controls the color of the inactive image area. The range is from -100
(black) to 100 (white).
The inactive image area is on either side of the active image area when using the 4:3
aspect ratio (or the entire screen when no incoming video signal is present).
• Film Mode: Enable Film Mode to smooth out moving images from interlaced,
standard-definition (SD) sources. In most cases, the Vision 85 detects the proper
“pull-down” rate and vertical frequency. However, if your source is jittery and/or tearing
you may wish to enable Film Mode to ensure stable processing for that source.
System Reset: To reset ALL controller settings (including image settings) back to their
factory defaults, choose System Reset from the Service menu.
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A confirmation message appears, reminding you to save your settings before you perform
the reset, so that you can restore them afterwards. If you have done this, select Confirm to
continue with the reset. Otherwise, click Back to cancel.
Caution
This action is not undoable. Proceed with caution! Before you perform a
System Reset, save ALL settings, including “Custom” ISF Presets (page 56), ISF
Day/Night presets (page 58), Output Shift settings (page 58), Input Names
(page 59) and Trigger settings (page 61).
Restore Saved Settings: Following a System Reset, select Restore Saved Settings to apply all
previously-saved settings to the projector and VHD Controller.
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After you have finished calibrating the projector to optimize the display of 1080i analog and
lower-resolution sources, do likewise for 1080i digital and 1080p sources (connected to the
HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 inputs on the VHD Controller).
4.3
On-Screen Menus for 1080i
(Digital) or 1080p Signals
When the projector receives a 1080i digital and 1080p signal, it displays the menus shown in
Figure 4-6.
Color Temp.
White Balance
VAC
Lamp Power
ACC Adjust
Information
Color Enhance
SD Advanced Mode
Film Mode
Video NR
MPEG NR
Sharpness Enhancement
Automatic Contrast
Reset to Defaults
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Picture Adjust
(Advanced
Menu)
-90, -89, ... 0 ... +89, +90
Mem. Select
White Balance
-30, -29, -28 ... 0 ... +28, +29,
+30
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Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Red Gamma
Green Gamma
Blue Gamma
Red Gain
Green Gain
Blue Gain
Red Offset
Green Offset
Blue Offset
Default
5500, 6500, 7500, 8500, 9300
or 10500
Standard, Custom1, Custom2,
ISF Day, ISF Night or
THX Mode
High Brightness, Theater or
CRT Emulation
220 Watts (Hi) or 180 Watts
(Low)
Hue
Saturation
Intensity
Reset to Defaults
Red
Yellow
Green
Cyan
Blue
Magenta
Reset to Defaults
On/Off
Motion, Graphic or Game
Auto or Off
Options
Subtitle
Overscan
Reset to Defaults
Adjust White Level
Adjust Black Level
LED
Lamp Hours (read-only)
OSD
Signal Type
Color Space
HDMI Black Level
Splash Screen Color
Power Save
Baud Rate
Fan Mode
Orientation
Off, 1, 2 or 3
Yes or No
Standard, Custom1, Custom2,
ISF Day, ISF Night or
THX Mode
Language
-30, -29, -28 ... 0 ... +28, +29,
+30
Yes/No
Figure 4-6. OSD Menu Structure for Vision 85 (1080i Digital or 1080p Sources)
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Frequency
Phase
H-Shift
V-Shift
Reset to Defaults
Special Mode
Signal Info
(read-only)
Auto Setup
Image Shift
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Standard, Custom1, Custom2,
ISF Day, ISF Night or
THX Mode
Picture Memory
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Factory Default
English
Deutsch
Español
Français
Italiano
(N/A)
Format (480i ... 1080p), H/V
Frequency
(N/A)
-30, -29, -28 ... 0 ... +28, +29,
+30
(available only with certain
1080i signals)
0, 1%, 2% ... 10%
Yes or No
(N/A)
On or Off
Hours in use
On or Off
Auto, RGB, YCbCr4:4:4 or
YCbCr4:2:2
Auto, ITU601 or ITU709
Auto, 0 IRE or 7 IRE
ISF Vidikron Logo, Blue or
Black
RS-232C Port (On or Off)
Auto Power Off
(On or Off)
9600, 38400 or 115200 bps
Normal or High Altitude
Floor Front, Ceiling Front,
Floor Rear or Ceiling Rear
Yes or No
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Main Menu ➤
Vidikron Video
Press MENU on either the remote control or built-in keypad (on the projector rear panel) to
display the Main Menu. The Main Menu is the starting point for calibrating the Vision 85 to
optimize the display of digital 1080i and 1080p sources.
To use the on-screen menus:
Picture Adj.
White Balance
1.
Press
or
to select a sub-menu, then press ENTER or
2.
Press
or
to select a sub-menu item.
3.
For items that present a list of choices, such as Picture Memory:
a Press ENTER or
Information
b Press
or
.
.
to select a value from the list.
c Press ENTER again to confirm your selection.
Language
d Press
Y
Options
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– OR –
For items that are represented by numeric values, such as Contrast:
Contrast
-
+
5
a Press ENTER to hide the “parent” menu and display only the slidebar for that item.
b Press
or
to adjust the value.
to select another item to adjust. Or, press ENTER or RETURN to return to the
c Press or
menu.
4.
Language ➤
English
Deutsch
Español
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Language
Press MENU to hide the OSD menus.
The Vision 85 OSD language is initially set to English, but can also display the menus in
German (Deutsch), Spanish (Español), French (Français) or Italian (Italiano). To change the
OSD language:
1.
Press MENU.
2.
Press
3.
Press ENTER or
4.
Press the up- or down-arrow button ( or ) to highlight the desired language and
press ENTER. The change takes effect immediately.
or
to select Language from the Main Menu.
.
Français
Italiano
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To perform basic picture quality adjustments, select Picture Adjust from the Main Menu and
proceed as follows:
Picture Adjust
Picture Memory: The Vision 85 lets you save image quality settings as presets that you can
recall at a later time. For digital 1080i and 1080p sources, you can create up to six presets.
To recall and/or change the settings associated with a preset, select Picture Memory from the
Picture Adjust menu. Press or ENTER, then press or until your choice is highlighted.
To confirm your selection, press ENTER.
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The default settings for each preset are described in Table 4-2. Contrast, Brightness, Color,
Tint and Sharpness are all set to zero (0) by default. These provide convenient starting points
for calibrating the projector to suit different viewing environments. Any picture quality
adjustments you make here are stored in the currently-selected preset.
Auto Contrast
Sharpness
Enhancement
Lamp Power
Description
VAC (Iris)
Picture
Memory
Setting
Color Temp.
Default Settings for Selected Picture Memory
Remote Control Key
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Sources
Provides good picture
quality under the widest
variety of viewing
conditions.
7500
High
Brightness
Hi
(220W)
Off
Off
Custom 1
Similar to “Standard” mode,
but with enhanced black
levels.
7500
CRT
Emulation
Hi
(220W)
Off
1
CUST
1
Custom 2
Similar to “Standard” mode,
but with enhanced white
levels.
7500
High
Brightness
Hi
(220W)
1
Off
CUST
2
ISF Day
For viewing images with the
brightness slightly
decreased in a darkened
room.
6500
Theater
Low
(180W)
Off
Off
ISF
DAY
ISF Night
For viewing images with the
brightness slightly
increased in a darkened
room.
6500
CRT
Emulation
Low
(180W)
Off
Off
ISF
NIGHT
THX Mode
Similar to “Standard” mode,
but sets the color
temperature to 6500K.
6500
High
Brightness
Hi
(220W)
Off
Off
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Picture Adj.
Picture Memory
1
Contrast
0
Brightness
0
Color
0
Tint
0
Sharpness
0
CLR Temp.
6500
White Balance
1
VAC
1
Lamp Power
Advanced Menu
Reset to Defaults
Hi
Operation
Contrast: Refer to Contrast on page 53.
Brightness: Refer to Brightness on page 52.
Color: Refer to Color Saturation on page 53.
Tint: Refer to Tint on page 54.
Sharpness: Refer to Sharpness on page 55.
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Color Temp.: To adjust the color temperature, select Color Temp. from the Picture Adjust
menu. (Color temperature defines the “color of gray.”) Press or to select 5500, 6500,
7500, 8500, 9300 or 10500. In most cases, 6500 or 7500 will produce the most realistic colors.
Higher settings produce a “bluer” picture; lower ones cause the image to appear more red.
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White Balance: Select White Balance from the Picture Adjust menu to choose a white
balance preset (or “gamma curve”) to store in the currently-selected picture memory. For
more information on white balance presets, refer to White Balance on page 69.
VAC: Select VAC from the Picture Adjust menu to increase or decrease the aperture or iris
size (the physical opening through the lens; similar to an “f-stop” on a camera). Doing so
allows you to optimize brightness and contrast according to the amount of ambient light in
the viewing area.
Select High Brightness or Theater for rooms with lots of ambient light. Select CRT Emulation
for more “theater-like” viewing conditions (little or no ambient light).
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Lamp Power: Select Lamp Power from the Picture Adjust menu to adjust the lamp output
level. You can choose to run the lamp as bright as possible (220W; this is the default setting)
or you can choose the lower setting (180W). Generally, lower lamp output can prolong the
life of the lamp, but decreases brightness.
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To access advanced picture quality settings, select Advanced from the Picture Adjust menu.
This sub-menu presents the following options:
Picture Adjust (Advanced)
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Picture Adj.
Picture Memory
1
Contrast
0
Brightness
0
Color
0
Tint
0
Sharpness
0
CLR Temp.
6500
White Balance
1
VAC
1
Lamp Power
Hi
Advanced Menu
ICC Adjust
Color Enhance
SD Advanced Mode
Film Mode
Video NR
MPEG NR
Sharpness Enhancement
Automatic Contrast
Reset to Defaults
ACC Adjust: Select ACC Adjust from the Advanced Picture Adjust menu to customize the
displayed color space. The adjustments you make here are stored in the currently-selected
“Picture Memory“ preset.
For each of the six primary colors – red, yellow, green, cyan, blue and magenta – you can
adjust the following:
• Hue: These slidebars adjust the red/green color hue for true color reproduction of video
signals. For best results, adjust the hue while displaying an external color bar test pattern
(Figure 4-4).
Changing the hue of a primary color affects the gamut (range) of possible colors. For
example, changing the value for red moves the color closer to either yellow or magenta,
which in turn affects all displayed colors having a red component.
ACC Adjust
ACC - Hue
ACC - Saturation
ACC - Intensity
Reset to Defaults
Red
0
Yellow
0
Green
0
Cyan
0
Blue
0
Magenta
0
Reset to Defaults
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Table 4-3 describes the effects of adjusting the primary color hues.
Table 4-3. Effects of Primary Color Hue Adjustments
Primary Color
Press
to move the color...
Press
to move the color...
Closer to magenta
Closer to yellow
Yellow
Closer to red
Closer to green
Green
Closer to yellow
Closer to cyan
Cyan
Closer to green
Closer to blue
Blue
Closer to cyan
Closer to magenta
Magenta
Closer to blue
Closer to red
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• Saturation: This slidebar adjusts the color saturation level – the amount of that color in a
video image. Lower settings produce less saturated colors; a setting of “-30” removes that
color from the image entirely. If the saturation is too high, that color will be overpowering
and unrealistic.
• Intensity: This slidebar adjusts the intensity – also known as luminance – of a given color.
• Reset to Defaults: To reset ALL ICC settings – Hue, Saturation AND Intensity of all six
colors – for the currently-selected “Picture Memory“ preset to their factory-default values,
select Reset to Defaults (directly below the “Intensity” menu item) from the ACC Adjust
menu. Then, select Yes to confirm the reset.
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To reset only the Hue, Saturation OR Intensity of all six colors for the currently-selected
“Picture Memory“ preset to their factory-default values, select Hue, Saturation or Intensity
from the ACC Adjust menu and press ENTER. Then, select Reset to Defaults (the last menu
item) from the ACC Adjust menu. Then, select Yes to confirm the reset.
Color Enhance: Select Color Enhance from the Advanced Picture Adjust menu to change the
Color Enhance setting. Color Enhance utilizes a new color-processing algorithm and
system-level enhancements to provide higher picture brightness while providing truer, more
vibrant colors. To enable Color Enhance, set it to On; to disable it, set it to Off.
SD Advanced Mode: Select SD Advanced Mode from the Advanced Picture Adjust menu to
adjust the projector’s motion detection threshold. Doing so can improve detail and minimize
flickering or motion artifiacts. Choose the appropriate setting for the selected source: Motion
for high-definition video, Graphic for still pictures or graphics or Game for video gaming.
Film Mode: Refer to Film Mode on page 62.
Video NR: To apply noise reduction to the input signal, select Video NR from the Advanced
Picture Adjust menu. Noise reduction is useful for improving the signal-to-noise ratio of
video signals. Set it to Off, 1, 2 or 3, as needed, keeping in mind that higher settings (which
reduce high frequencies) may also “soften” the image.
MPEG NR: Select MPEG NR from the Picture Adjust menu to reduce or eliminate so-called
“mosquito noise” in MPEG-compressed video signals (digital broadcasts or DVDs). Set it to
Off, 1, 2 or 3, as needed to minimize distortion around the edges of moving objects, moving
artifacts around edges and/or blotchy noise patterns superimposed over the objects.
Sharpness Enhancement: select Sharpness Enhancement from the Advanced Picture
Adjust menu to apply edge enhancement to images, giving the impression of added depth.
Set it to Off, 1, 2, or 3 as desired.
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Automatic Contrast: The Vision 85 can dynamically adjust the contrast (white level)
according to the color content in the signal, to produce the best picture quality. Select
Automatic Contrast from the Picture Adjust menu to activate this feature. Set it to Off, 1, 2, or
3 as desired. Selecting “3” results in a higher average white level than the other settings.
Reset to Defaults: To reset all picture quality settings for the current input to their
factory-default values, select Reset to Defaults from the Picture menu.
The Vision 85 provides nine adjustable white balance parameters, allowing precise
adjustment of the intensity of the red, blue and green color components in the dark areas
(Offset), light areas (Gain) and “mid-tone” areas (Gamma).
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You can adjust these parameters as needed and store them in any of six presets (memory
locations). The selected white balance preset can, in turn, be associated with a “Picture
Memory“ preset (refer to White Balance on page 66). The most logical way to do this is to
associate a white balance preset with the picture memory preset of the same name;
however, you can associate a white balance preset with any picture memory preset.
White Balance
White Balance
Mem. Select
4
Gamma
Red Gamma
0
Mem. Select: To select and edit a white balance preset, select Mem. Select from the White
Balance menu.
Green Gamma
0
Blue Gamma
0
Red Gamma/Green Gamma/Blue Gamma: Refer to ISF Night - Display Color on page 57.
Gain
Red Gain/Green Gain/Blue Gain: Refer to ISF Night - Display Color on page 57.
Red Gain
0
Red Offset/Green Offset/Blue Offset: Refer to ISF Night - Display Color on page 57.
Green Gain
0
Blue Gain
0
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Default: To reset the Gamma, Gain and Offset settings for the currently-selected white
balance preset to their factory-default values, select Default from the White Balance menu.
Then, select Yes to confirm the reset.
Offset
Red Offset
0
Green Offset
0
Blue Offset
0
Reset to Defaults
Select Information from the Main Menu, then select Signal Info from the Information menu to
display the resolution, horizontal frequency and vertical frequency of the current input
signal.
Information
Information
Frequency
Phase
H-Shift
V-Shift
Reset to Defaults
Special Modes
Signal Info
Auto Setup
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Options ➤
Select Options from the Main Menu to perform the following projector configuration tasks.
Image Shift: Select Image Shift from the Options menu to vertically shift the projected
image.
Options
Subtitle: Select Subtitle from the Options menu to adjust the projected image height in
small increments.
Image Shift
Subtitle
Overscan
0%
Note
Image Shift and Subtitle can only be adjusted for certain 1080i signals.
Adjust White Level
Overscan: Refer to Overscan on page 55.
LED
On
Lamp Hours
OSD
On
Signal Type
3
Color Space
HDMI Black Level
0
Splash Screen Color
Black
Power Save
9600 bps
Fan Mode
1
Orientation
FF
Factory Default
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Baud Rate
Reset to Defaults: To reset the Overscan setting to its default value, select Reset to Defaults
from the Options menu, then select Yes to confirm the reset.
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LED: Select LED from the Options menu to change the behavior of the projector’s indicator
LEDs.
• When set to ON, the LEDs indicate operating status as described in Vision 85 at a Glance
on page 5.
Note
When you set the Auto Power Off function (refer to Power Save, below) to
Off, the LED function is automatically set to On.
• When set to OFF, the LEDs illuminate when the Vision 85 is in standby mode, warming up
or indicating an error condition; otherwise, they are off.
Lamp Hours (read-only): Refer to Lamp Hours on page 61.
OSD: When you select an aspect ratio or input with the remote control (or from the VHD
Controller), the Vision 85 displays your selection on-screen. To prevent the display of these
items, select OSD from the Options menu and set it to Off.
Signal Type: Select Signal Type from the Options menu to specify the incoming signal type
(encoding method):
• Choose Auto to have the Vision 85 automatically detect the signal type.
• Choose RGB (1) for RGB-encoded video signals.
• Choose YCrCb4:4:4 (2) for uncompressed, component video. This encoding method uses a
“luminance” signal (Y) to represent brightness and “difference” signals (Cb and Cr) to
represent colors.
• Choose YCrCb4:2:2 (3) for compressed, component video (similar to YCrCb4:4:4).
In most situations, selecting Auto produces the most accurate colors. If it does not, try the
other choices and select the one that does.
Color Space: “Color Space” determines how the color components of an analog input signal
are decoded for accurate color in the display. Select Color Space from the Options menu to
specify the color space to use. In most situations, selecting Auto produces the most accurate
colors. If it does not, try the other choices and select the one that does.
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HDMI Black Level: This control compensates for incoming elevated black levels present in
certain video signals. When you set it to Auto, the Vision 85 automatically determines the
best setting according to the incoming video signal type. For some types of video, you may
want to override the setting. Set it to 0 IRE if blacks appear elevated (dark gray). If blacks
appear “crushed” (too dark), set it to 7 IRE.
Splash Screen Color: Select Splash Screen Color from the Options menu, then press or
to select the image background – solid blue, solid black or the Vidikron/ISF logo welcome
screen. The Splash Screen Color appears when you turn on the projector.
Power Save: Select Power Save from the Options menu to access the power management
features of the Vision 85.
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• RS-232C Port: When this option is set to On, the RS-232 port is always active and using
power, even when the projector is in standby mode. When set to Off, the RS-232 port is
inactive and does not consume power when the projector is in standby mode.
Always set this option to On. Doing otherwise may disrupt
communication between the projector and VHD Controller.
• Auto Power Off: When this option is set to On, the projector enters standby mode after
15 minutes of inactivity (no input signal). Five minutes before this is to occur, the message
“Enter STANDBY mode in 5 min.” appears on-screen. This message updates to indicate the
amount of time before the projector enters standby mode.
When set to Off, the projector remains in the “power on” state regardless of the presence
or absence of an input signal.
When you set the Auto Power Off function to Off, the LED function (refer to
4-70) is automatically set to On.
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Baud Rate: Select Baud Rate from the Options menu, then press the or button to
change the data rate of the RS-232 connection between the projector and the VHD
Controller. The default setting is 9600 bps. Do not change it unless specifically instructed
to do so by Vidikron Technical Support.
Fan Mode: If the projector is being used in a high-altitude environment, use the Fan Mode
control to prevent it from overheating. Set it to High Altitude (2) to run the fan at high speed;
set it to Normal (1) to run the fan at normal speed.
Orientation: Refer to Adjusting the Picture Orientation on page 32.
Factory Default: To reset all projector settings (including image settings) back to their
factory defaults, choose Factory Default from the Options menu. When the confirmation
message appears, select Yes to perform the reset or No to cancel. This action is not
undoable. Proceed with caution!
Note
The Factory Default command does not reset the Lamp Timer or OSD
Language setting.
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Maintenance and Troubleshooting
The lamp should be replaced when it reaches the end of its life (typically 2000 hours), or
sooner if a noticeable degradation in brightness occurs. Contact your Vidikron dealer to
obtain a replacement lamp.
Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord. Allow the projector to cool down for
approximately 45 minutes prior to removing the lamp assembly for replacement.
2.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, loosen the two
Lamp Cover screws on the side of the
projector and remove the cover.
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REMOVE
THESE SCREWS
Remove the three Phillips round-head lamp assembly mounting screws. These are
identified by arrows pointing to them on the lamp housing.
4.
Grasp the lamp assembly handle and pull gently, removing the lamp module from the
projector housing.
5.
Install the new lamp module. Secure it in place with the three screws that you removed
in Step 3.
6.
Replace the lamp cover and re-tighten the two Lamp Cover screws.
7.
Re-connect the AC power cord to the projector.
8.
Reset the Lamp Hour counter. To do this, press and hold the ENTER, DOWN and RIGHT
buttons on the projector rear-panel keypad (see Figure 2-6) simultaneously. Then, press
the ON button. When you do, “LAMP 0000H” appears on-screen to confirm the counter
reset.
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Note
Always reset the Lamp Hour counter when you replace the lamp. Do this
only if you have just installed a new lamp. This will ensure that number of
hours logged on the lamp is accurate.
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5.1
Lamp Replacement
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
5.2
Troubleshooting Tips
Table 5-1 provides some general guidelines for troubleshooting problems you may
encounter with the Vision 85.
If you encounter an issue not described here or in Section 3 (refer to Installation
Considerations on page 18), or if the suggested solutions fail to resolve the problem, please
contact your Vidikron dealer or Vidikron Technical Support.
Table 5-1. Troubleshooting Chart
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
The Vision 85 is not
plugged in or the AC outlet
is not active.
The serial connection from
the VHD Controller to the
Vision 85 is incorrect.
•
•
The remote control
batteries have run out.
•
The projector and VHD
Controller are both on, but
there is no picture and
on-screen menus do not
appear.
•
Faulty or incorrect video
connection between the
VHD Controller and the
Vision 85.
•
Ensure that the HDMI
output from the VHD
Controller is properly
connected to the HDMI
input on the Vision 85 (see
Figure 3-10).
The projector and
VHD Controller are both on
and menus appear on-screen,
but there is no picture.
•
•
Incorrect source selection.
Source component is not
turned on.
Source component is
connected incorrectly or
not at all.
•
•
Select the correct source.
Turn on the source.
•
Check video connections to
source component.
A projected image from a DVD
is split or otherwise scrambled.
•
DVD player is connected to
the Component input and
set to progressive scan
mode.
•
Turn off progressive scan
on the DVD player. Or,
connect the DVD player to
the HD1 or HD2 input.
Image is too bright and/or
lacks definition in the bright
areas of the image.
•
Contrast is set too high.
•
Lower the contrast setting.
Image appears “washed out”
and/or dark areas appear too
bright.
•
Brightness is set too high.
•
Lower the brightness
setting.
Colors in the image are
swapped (for example, reds
appear blue or vice versa) on
one or more sources.
•
The Red/Pr, Green/Y or
Blue/Pb outputs from the
source are connected to the
wrong inputs on the VHD
Controller.
•
Ensure that the source
outputs are connected to
the correct VHD Controller
input.
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after initial installation. The
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VHD Controller lights red after
you press the power button.
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•
•
Ensure that the Vision 85 is
plugged in and that the AC
outlet is active.
Ensure that the RS-232
output from the VHD
Controller is properly
connected to the RS-232C
port on the Vision 85 (see
Figure 3-10).
Replace the batteries.
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Table 5-1. Troubleshooting Chart (continued)
Symptom
Solution
Incorrect aspect ratio
selection.
•
Select the aspect ratio that
best matches the source
image and screen size (refer
to Table 4-1).
Adjust displayed image
height (refer to Display
Device on page 61).
•
Image height may need
adjusting (Vision
85/CineWide only).
•
The projected image is
trapezoidal in shape.
•
The projector is not
perpendicular to the
screen.
•
Adjust the projection angle.
The projector will not turn
back on after it was powered
down, or the image disappears
during operation.
•
The projector will not turn
on for two minutes after
power-down, to protect the
lamp.
The lamp has failed or
reached its usage limit of
2000 hours.
•
Wait two minutes until the
LED at the front of the VHD
Controller turns red.
•
Replace the lamp.
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Image geometry is incorrect.
Possible Cause(s)
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To interface the VHD Controller with a home theater automation/control system or a PC
running terminal emulation software, connect it to your control system or PC as shown in
Figure 3-15.
6.1
RS-232 Connection and
Port Configuration
Y
Configure the RS-232 controller or PC serial port as follows: no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit
and no flow control. Set the baud rate to 19200, to match that of the VHD Controller RS-232
port.
Serial commands to the VHD Controller take the following form:
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• Commands are not case-sensitive.
• For a single command that takes no parameters, type the command followed by a
carriage return; for example, to set the aspect ratio to Letterbox, type
LETTERBOX <Enter>.
• For a single command that takes a parameter, type the command, a space or a comma
and the desired value followed by a carriage return; for example, to set the brightness to
-10, type BRIGHTNESS -10 <Enter> or BRIGHTNESS,-10 <Enter>.
• You can also send a string of multiple commands on a single line, separated by commas.
For example, COMPOSITE,BRIGHTNESS 100,ANAMORPHIC <Enter> switches to
the Composite video input, sets the brightness to 100 and sets the aspect ratio to
Anamorphic. Command strings can be up to 255 characters long.
Avoid combining the ON or POWER 1 commands with other commands on a
single line. After sending ON or POWER 1, allow at least 15 seconds for the
VHD Controller to power up. Once it does, it will accept and properly execute
multiple serial commands.
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Table 6-1 lists the RS-232 command set. The “Parameter (min/max)” column shows the valid
parameter ranges, or “NA” for commands that take no parameters.
When you enter a valid command, the VHD Controller executes it and acknowledges it with a
plus sign on the command line (+ >). When you enter an invalid command – one that is
misspelled or followed by values outside the valid range for that command – the VHD
Controller ignores it and returns a minus sign (- >).
Table 6-1. Serial Commands
Command
Parameter
(min/max)
Value
Stored?
Description
Power On/Off Commands
OFF
NA
NA
Turns projector off
ON
NA
NA
Turns projector on
POWER
0/1
NA
Turns projector on and off
POWER?
NA
NA
Returns power status
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6.2
Serial Command Syntax
Serial Communications
Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Command
Parameter
(min/max)
Value
Stored?
Description
Input Selection Commands
NA
YES
Selects the Component input
COMPOSITE
NA
YES
Selects the Composite video input
HDMI1
NA
YES
Selects the HDMI 1 input
HDMI2
NA
YES
Selects the HDMI 2 input
HD1
NA
YES
HD2
NA
YES
INPUT?
NA
NA
Returns active input
SVIDEO1
NA
YES
Selects the S-Video 1 input
SVIDEO2
NA
YES
Selects the S-Video 2 input
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COMPONENT
Selects the HD 1 input
Selects the HD 2 input
Aspect Ratio Commands
ANAMORPHIC
NA
YES
Selects the Anamorphic aspect ratio
ASPECT?
NA
NA
Returns current aspect ratio
ASPECTIN?
NA
NA
Returns the input source aspect ratio
ASPECTOUT?
NA
NA
Returns output screen size
CINEMA
NA
YES
Selects the Cinema aspect ratio
INTELLIWIDE
NA
YES
Selects the IntelliWide aspect ratio
INTELLI235
NA
YES
Selects the IntelliWide 2.35 aspect ratio
(available only on the Vision 85/CineWide
and Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope)
LETTERBOX
NA
YES
Selects the Letterbox aspect ratio
NA
YES
Selects the Standard (4:3) aspect ratio
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STANDARD
4:3
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Command
Parameter
(min/max)
Value
Stored?
Description
Picture Adjust Commands (not available on HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 inputs)
-100/100
YES
Sets a value for brightness
BRIGHTNESS?
NA
NA
Returns brightness setting value
CHROMADELAY
-12/12
YES
Sets a value for input color chroma delay
CHROMADELAY?
NA
NA
Returns input color chroma delay setting
COLOR
-100/100
YES
Sets a value for color
COLOR?
NA
NA
Returns color setting value
CONTRAST
-100/100
YES
Sets a value for contrast
CONTRAST?
NA
NA
Returns contrast setting value
FILMMODE
0/1
YES
Sets Film Mode off (0) or on (1)
FILMMODE?
NA
NA
Returns Film Mode setting (0 = off; 1 = on)
FILTER
0/15
YES
Sets a value for input color noise filter
FILTER?
NA
NA
Returns input color noise filter setting
PHASE
0/3
YES
Adjusts phase
PHASE?
NA
NA
Returns phase setting value
SHARPNESS
-6/6
YES
Sets a value for sharpness
SHARPNESS?
NA
NA
Returns sharpness setting value
TINT?
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TINT
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BRIGHTNESS
-100/100
YES
Sets a value for tint
NA
NA
Returns tint setting value
Image Preset Commands (not available on HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 inputs)
CUSTOM1
NA
YES
Loads “Custom 1” image preset
CUSTOM2
NA
YES
Loads “Custom 2” image preset
DAY
NA
YES
Loads “ISF Day” image preset
NIGHT
NA
YES
Loads “ISF Night” image preset
PRESET?
NA
NA
Returns currently-selected preset
(ISF Day, ISF Night, Custom 1 or Custom 2)
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Command
Parameter
(min/max)
Value
Stored?
Description
Input Position Commands (not available on HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 inputs)
-100/100
YES
Sets the value for input height
IHEIGHT?
NA
NA
Returns input height value
IHPOS
-100/100
YES
Sets a value for horizontal input position
IHPOS?
NA
NA
Returns input horizontal position value
IVPOS
-100/100
YES
IVPOS?
NA
NA
IWIDTH
-100/100
YES
Sets the value for input width
IWIDTH?
NA
NA
Returns input horizontal width value
OVERSCAN
0/10
YES
Sets the overscan percentage
OVERSCAN?
NA
NA
Returns overscan percentage
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IHEIGHT
Sets a value for vertical input position
Returns input vertical position value
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Output Shift Commands (not available on HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 inputs)
OHEIGHT
-100/100
YES
Sets the value for output height
OHEIGHT?
NA
NA
Returns output height value
OHPOS
-100/100
YES
Sets the value for output horizontal position
OHPOS?
NA
NA
Returns output horizontal position value
OVPOS
-100/100
YES
Sets the value for output vertical position
OVPOS?
NA
NA
Returns output vertical position value
OWIDTH
-100/100
YES
Sets the value for output width
OWIDTH?
NA
NA
Returns output horizontal width value
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Command
Parameter
(min/max)
Value
Stored?
Description
Miscellaneous Commands
-100/100
YES
Sets the background color for 4:3 aspect ratio
(-100 = black; 100 = white)
BKGND?
NA
NA
Returns background setting value
DATE?
NA
NA
Returns projector manufacture date
HDINPUTRES
NA
YES
Sets YPbPr input resolution and refresh rate
for HD1/HD2, as follows:
0 = 480i
1 = 480p
2 = 576i
3 = 576p
4 = 720p / 60 Hz
5 = 1080i / 60 Hz
6 = 720p / 50 Hz
7 = 1080i / 25 Hz
Any other value = Auto
HWVER?
NA
INRES?
NA
LENS1?
NA
STATUS
NA
SWVER?
NA
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Returns hardware version number
NA
Returns input resolution
NA
Returns Lens 1 configuration
NA
Returns current operating status (power,
input source, input resolution and input
aspect ratio)
NA
Returns software version number
YES
Assigns trigger to currently-selected aspect
ratio
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TRIGGER
1/3
Y
BKGND
The following serial commands are meant to emulate buttons on the remote control or VHD
Controller front panel. Each button has its own serial command, so effectively it is as if you were
using the IR remote only you’ll be doing so via serial commands. These commands provide active
OSD responses just like the IR remote.
DOWN
NA
NA
Down-Arrow (
ENTER
NA
NA
ENTER key
LEFT
NA
NA
Left-Arrow (
MENU
NA
NA
MENU
RIGHT
NA
NA
Right-Arrow (
UP
NA
NA
Up-Arrow (
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7.1
Vision 85 Specifications
Table 7-1 lists the Vision 85 specifications.
Table 7-1. Vision 85 Specifications
Digital Light Processing (DLP), single-chip, 16:9 DMD
Native Resolution:
1920 x 1080 (16:9)
Aspect Ratios:
Refer to Table 7-2
Video Standards:
Refer to Table 7-2
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Projector Type:
DTV Compatibility:
480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Horizontal: 15 - 81 kHz
Vertical: 43 - 100 Hz
Picture Size (16:9 Screen):
Throw Distance
(Factor x Screen Width):
Horizontal and Vertical
Offset:
Lamp:
Recommended Width: 72 - 96 in.
Maximum Width: 200 in.
Refer to Table 3-3
Horizontal: None
Vertical: 50% of screen height up or down
220 Watts
Estimated Lamp Life:
2000 hours
(1) HDMI with HDCP, (1) RS-232
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Specifications
Table 7-1. Vision 85 Specifications (continued)
Brightness and Contrast
(variable, depending on VAC
calibration):
Cinema Standards Measurement System (CSMS)
Specifications
Brightness: 16.1 to 25.2 foot-Lamberts (fL)
Contrast Ratio (variable, based on lens aperture setting):
215:1 - 234:1
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These measurements are taken from the projector in a controlled, home
theater environment. All measurements are made to ANSI/NAPM
IT7.228-1997 specifications using the Photo Research PR-650
SpectraColorimeter and Minolta LS-100 Luminance Meter, Video
Essentials test DVD and a 1.3 gain, 72-inch wide screen. The projector is
calibrated to a color temperature of 6,500K and has a minimum of 150
hours of usage.
The foot-Lambert (fL) is the unit of measurement used in commercial
movie theaters to express image brightness at the screen surface. The
Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) specifies
16 fL as the target image brightness for film-based projectors using an
open gate (without film in the projector). More importantly, today
SMPTE specifies 12 fL as the target image brightness in Digital Cinema
theaters. The foot-Lambert measurement is dependent on screen size,
screen gain and projector light output.
Home Theater Calibration Specifications
Light Output: 430 - 648 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio (variable, based on lens aperture setting):
215:1 - 234:1
These specifications are obtained by calibrating the projector as
described above for CSMS measurements.
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Industry-Standard Specifications
Light Output: 1600 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio (variable, based on lens aperture setting):
2700:1 - 3350:1
These are typical projector brightness and contrast specifications found
in most companies’ sales literature. Vidikron includes these
measurements in its literature to allow for direct comparison with other
manufacturers’ projectors. These measurements are typically taken at
9,000K to 13,000K to get expected performance data when the projector
is used in professional, commercial and industrial displays.
Power Requirements:
100 to 240 VAC (auto-sensing), 50/60 Hz, 375 Watts
Operating Environment:
40°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C), 0% to 90% humidity
(non-condensing)
Dimensions:
See Figure 7-1
Weight (without lens):
50 lbs. (22.68 kg)
Regulatory Approvals:
Complies with FCC, CE C-Tick
Limited Warranty:
Projector: Two (2) years parts and labor from the date of delivery
to the end user.
Lamp: 1000 hours or six (6) months, whichever comes first.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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7.2
VHD Controller
Specifications
Table 7-2 lists the VHD Controller specifications.
Table 7-2. VHD Controller Specifications
4:3, Letterbox, 16:9, IntelliWide, Cinema, IntelliWide 2.35
Video Standards:
NTSC, PAL
Inputs:
(1) Composite; (2) S-Video; (1) Component; (2) HD-R (Pr), G (Y), B
(Pb), H, V; (2) HDMI with HDCP
Outputs:
HDMI with HDCP
Control Options:
-
Trigger Outputs:
Discrete infrared remote
Serial commands via RS-232
Front-panel controls
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Parameters:
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Aspect Ratios:
19200 bps, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no flow control
(3) +12 VDC, each rated at 750 mA and thermal fuse-protected
Bandwidth:
150 Mega Samples per Second (MSPS)
Power Requirements:
Operating Environment:
Dimensions:
100 to 240 VAC (auto-sensing), 50/60 Hz, 160 Watts
40°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C), 0% to 90% humidity
(non-condensing)
Width = 17.50 inches (444.5 mm)
Depth = 11.19 inches (284.1 mm)
Height = 3.75 inches (95.3 mm)
13.0 lbs. (5.90 kg)
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Regulatory Approvals:
Complies with FCC, CE C-Tick
Limited Warranty:
Two (2) years parts and labor from the date of delivery to the end
user.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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7.3
Vision 85 Dimensions
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Figure 7-1 shows the Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope dimensions (all dimensions are in
inches).
0.5
DISTANCE IS VARIABLE
12.4
11.8
8.7
22.6
14.2
16.1
18.3
9.6
10.5
0
2.2
4.8
5.0
3.6
1.6
0
6.6
6.0
3.0
10.5
3X 15.4
16.1
17.4
18.4
27.9
0
2.2
4.8
3X 5.5
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27.3
26.0
21.2
20.9
20.2
14.0
12.5
2X 11.5
9.2
2X 7.2
6.6
4.0
2X 3.0
2.0
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Figure 7-1. Vision 85/CineWide with AutoScope Dimensions
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