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DATA PROJECTOR
XJ-S33/XJ-S38*
XJ-S43/XJ-S48*
XJ-S53/XJ-S58*
XJ-S63/XJ-S68*
* USB Port Equipped Models
User’s Guide
z Be sure to read the precautions in the
separate User’s Guide (Basic Operation). For
details about setting up the projector and lamp
replacement, see the User’s Guide (Basic
Operation).
z Be sure to keep all user documentation handy
for future reference.
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from third parties arising out of the use of this product or this manual.
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to loss of data due to malfunction or maintenance of this product, or any other reason.
• The sample screens shown in this manual are for illustrative purposes only, and may
not be exactly the same as the screens actually produced by the product.
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Contents
About this manual... .......................................................................................... 4
USB Port Equipped Model Users................................................................................. 4
Operation During Projection .......................................... 5
Image Operations During Projection ................................................................. 5
Adjusting Image Brightness ......................................................................................... 5
Selecting the Color Mode............................................................................................. 6
Zooming an Image ....................................................................................................... 6
Momentarily Cutting Off the Input Source Image ......................................................... 7
Freezing an Image ....................................................................................................... 7
Displaying a Pointer in the Projected Image ................................................................ 8
Changing the aspect ratio of the projected image ....................................................... 9
Eco Mode ........................................................................................................ 10
Using the [FUNC] Key..................................................................................... 10
Configuring Advanced Projector Settings.................. 11
Basic Setup Menu Operations ........................................................................ 11
Displaying the Setup Menu ........................................................................................ 11
Configuring Setup Menu Settings .............................................................................. 11
Basic Setup Menu Example ....................................................................................... 12
Password Protecting the Projector.................................................................. 14
Inputting a Password ................................................................................................. 14
Using the Password Feature...................................................................................... 14
Entering the Password when Turning On the Projector ............................................. 16
Restoring Projector Settings to Their Initial Factory Defaults.......................... 17
Setup Menu Contents ..................................................................................... 18
Image Adjustment 1 Main Menu ................................................................................ 19
Image Adjustment 2 Main Menu ................................................................................ 20
Volume Adjustment Main Menu ................................................................................. 21
Screen Settings Main Menu ....................................................................................... 22
Input Settings Main Menu .......................................................................................... 24
Option Settings 1 Main Menu..................................................................................... 25
Option Settings 2 Main Menu..................................................................................... 26
USB Settings Main Menu Items (USB Port Equipped Models Only).......................... 28
Operational Info Main Menu....................................................................................... 28
Restore All Defaults Main Menu................................................................................. 29
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Appendix........................................................................ 30
Remote Controller Signal Range .................................................................... 30
Projection Distance and Screen Size.............................................................. 31
Aspect Ratio Setting and Projection Image during RGB Input........................ 32
Supported Signals........................................................................................... 33
About this manual...
z This manual assumes that you are already familiar with the contents of the separate
“User’s Guide (Basic Operation)”.
z All of the operations in this manual are explained using the remote controller that comes
with the projector. The following key operations can also be performed on the projector
instead of the remote controller: [MENU], [S], [T], [X], [W], [ENTER], [ESC], [
],
[INPUT], [AUTO], [ZOOM +], [ZOOM –], [FOCUS S], [FOCUS T].
To perform this remote
controller operation:
Use this projector button:
[ENTER]
Button in the center of the cursor keys
[ZOOM +], [ZOOM –]
[ZOOM] button in combination with the [X] and [W] (or [S] and
[T]) buttons
[FOCUS S], [FOCUS T]
[FOCUS] button in combination with the [S] and [T] (or [X]
and [W]) buttons
USB Port Equipped Model Users
This manual does not include information about using the XJ-S38/XJ-S48/XJ-S58/XJ-S68
model projector while a USB device is connected to its USB port. For details about
connecting USB devices to the projector and procedures you need to perform to project
images from a USB device, see “USB Function Guide” on the bundled CD-ROM.
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Operation During Projection
This section explains the various types of operations you can perform while the projector is
projecting an image.
Image Operations During Projection
You can perform the following operations while projecting an image.
z Image brightness adjustment
z Color mode selection
z Image zooming
z Momentary cut off of the input source image and projection of a black or blue screen, or
a logo
z Image freeze
z Pointer display in the projected image
z Aspect ratio switching
Adjusting Image Brightness
Note
(for USB port equipped model users)
Use the setup menu (page 11) to adjust image brightness when you have an external
device connected to the projector’s USB port.
To adjust image brightness
1
Press the [BRIGHT] key.
2
3
Use the [W] and [X] keys to adjust image brightness.
z This displays the brightness adjustment window.
To hide the window, press the [ESC] key.
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Selecting the Color Mode
You can select from among five different color mode settings to optimize the projected
image in accordance with image contents and projection conditions.
To change the color mode
1
Press the [COLOR MODE] key.
2
Use the [T] and [S] keys to move the highlighting to the color mode you want
to select, and then press the [ENTER] key.
z This displays the color mode selection window. The currently selected color mode is the
one whose button is selected (filled in).
z This will select the button next to the highlighted color mode name.
z For details on what each color mode does, see “Color Mode” under “Image Adjustment 1
Main Menu” on page 19.
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To hide the window, press the [ESC] key.
Zooming an Image
1
Press the [D-ZOOM +] key.
2
To zoom in on the center of the projected image more, press the [D-ZOOM +]
key again. To zoom out, press the [D-ZOOM –] key.
z This will enlarge the center of the projected image one step.
z Each press of [D-ZOOM +] zooms in (increases the zoom factor), while [D-ZOOM –]
zooms out. Holding down either key continuously scrolls the zoom factor.
3
While an image is zoomed, use [S], [T], [W], and [X] to scroll the view to
other parts of the image.
4
To exit the zoom operation, press the [ESC] key.
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Momentarily Cutting Off the Input Source Image
1
Press the [BLANK] key.
2
To resume projection of the image from the input source, press the [BLANK] key
(or [ESC] key).
z This temporarily cuts off the image from the input source and projects a black screen in
its place.
Note
You can specify projection of a black screen or blue screen, or a logo. For details, see
“Blank Screen” under “Screen Settings Main Menu” on page 23.
Freezing an Image
Pressing the [FREEZE] key freezes the projected image.
To freeze the projected image
1
While an image is being projected from an input source, press the [FREEZE]
key.
z This will capture the image that is on the screen at the moment you press [FREEZE]
and stores it in projector memory. That image remains projected on the screen.
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To restore projection of the image from an input source, press the [ESC] key.
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Displaying a Pointer in the Projected Image
You can select from among different pointer styles, including various arrow styles, for
display in the projected image. Pointers can be used during a presentation to indicate or
highlight a specific part of the image.
Note
Depending on the pointer style you are using, the pointer may not display properly
when you are using keystone correction. If this happens, use the [KEYSTONE +] and
[KEYSTONE –] keys to change the keystone correction value to zero.
To display a pointer in the image
1
Press the [POINTER] key.
2
Use the cursor keys to move the pointer to the location you want.
3
To modify the pointer as described below, press the [STYLE] key.
z This will cause a pointer to appear in the image.
z You also can use the setup menu to specify the pointer type that appears first when you
press the [POINTER] key. For details, see “Pointer” under “Option Settings 2 Main Menu”
on page 26.
z Holding down a cursor key moves the cursor at high speed.
For this pointer type:
Pressing [STYLE] will change it like this:
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
Toggle between flashing and not flashing
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To select the pointer type
1
2
Press the [POINTER] key to display the pointer.
Keep pressing the [POINTER] key until the pointer you want is displayed.
z Each press of the [POINTER] key cycles through the available pointer types.
To clear the pointer from the image
Press the [ESC] key.
Changing the aspect ratio of the projected image
Press the [ASPECT] key to change the aspect ratio of the projected image. How the
aspect ratio changes depends on the current input source.
Input Source
Pressing [ASPECT] will do this:
VIDEO or component
Toggles the aspect ratio of the image between 4:3 and 16:9. When the
input source is a component signal with an aspect ratio of 16:9, the
projection aspect ratio also will become 16:9 automatically and pressing
the [ASPECT] key will not change it.
RGB
Toggles the aspect ratio of the image between 4:3 and “Maintain”.
Selecting 4:3 will project with an aspect ratio of 4:3, regardless of the
input source aspect ratio. Selecting “Maintain” will project while maintaining
the aspect ratio of the input source.
Note
z For details about how the aspect ratio setting affects the projected image when the
input source is RGB, see “Aspect Ratio Setting and Projection Image during RGB
Input” (page 32).
z You also can change the aspect ratio setting using the setup menu. For details, see
“Aspect Ratio” under “Screen Settings Main Menu” on page 22.
Important!
Note that enlarging or reducing the size of an image using the [ASPECT] key for
commercial purposes or public presentation may infringe on the legally protected
copyright of the copyright holder of the original material.
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Eco Mode
Turning on the Eco Mode reduces lamp brightness to save power. The projector’s cooling fan
also operates at a slower speed while the Eco Mode is turned on, which results in quieter
operation.
Turn on the Eco Mode when your priority is quieter operation. Turn off the Eco Mode when
your priority is maximum brightness.
To turn the Eco Mode on or off
Press [ECO] to toggle the Eco Mode on and off.
Note
(for USB port equipped model users)
Use the setup menu (page 11) to select the lamp mode when you have an external
device connected to the projector’s USB port.
Using the [FUNC] Key
Pressing the [FUNC] key displays the menu shown below.
You can use this menu to perform the operations described below.
z Adjust image brightness
Highlight “Brightness” and then press the [ENTER] key.
• This performs the same operation as pressing the [BRIGHT] key ( key) described on
page 5.
z Turn the Eco Mode on or off
Highlight “Eco Mode” and then press the [ENTER] key.
• This performs the same operation as pressing the [ECO] key (U key) described on
page 10.
z Select the aspect ratio of the projected image
Highlight “Aspect Ratio” and then press the [ENTER] key.
• This performs the same operation as pressing the [ASPECT] key (… key) described on
page 9.
Note
(for USB port equipped model users)
When you have an external device connected to the projector’s USB port, use the
[FUNC], [ ], [U], and […] keys to control the connected device. For details, see the
“USB Function Guide” on the bundled CD-ROM.
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Configuring Advanced Projector Settings
Your projector has a setup menu that you can use to configure advanced settings.
Basic Setup Menu Operations
Displaying the Setup Menu
Pressing the [MENU] key displays the menu shown below in the center of the projection
screen.
Main menu
The main menu includes nine (10 on the USB
port equipped models) main menu items.
The currently selected main menu item is the
one that is highlighted.
Sub-menu
The sub-menu shows each individual setting
under each main menu item, and its current
setting.
Guidance text
Guidance text provides a brief description of the
main key operations available for the operation
you are currently performing.
To exit the setup menu
Press the [MENU] key.
Configuring Setup Menu Settings
1
2
3
4
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the main menu item you want by
highlighting it.
Press the [ENTER] key.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the sub-menu item you want by highlighting
it.
5
Perform the required operation on the selected sub-menu item screen.
6
7
To return to the main menu from the sub-menu, press the [ESC] key.
z The guidance text explains the operations you need to perform to configure each setting.
To exit the setup menu, press the [MENU] key.
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Basic Setup Menu Example
The procedure below shows how to configure the following three settings:
• Image Adjustment 1 J Contrast
• Image Adjustment 1 J Color Mode
• Option Settings 1 J Eco Mode
Note
z Certain settings on the setup menu cannot be changed while there is no input signal
to the projector. Because of this, you should configure setup menu settings after
selecting an input source and starting projection.
z This example covers basic steps only. For more detailed information, see “Setup Menu
Contents” on page 18.
To configure the “Image Adjustment 1 J Contrast” setting
1
2
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
3
Press the [T] key once to select “Contrast”.
4
Use the [W] (lighter) and [X] (darker) keys to adjust contrast.
“Image Adjustment 1” is initially selected on the main menu, so simply press
the [ENTER] key.
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To configure the “Image Adjustment 1 J Color Mode” setting
5
6
Press the [T] key once to select “Color Mode”.
7
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the color mode you want, and then press
the [ENTER] key.
8
After selecting the color mode you want, press the [ESC] key.
Press the [ENTER] key.
z This displays the color mode menu.
To configure the “Option Settings 1 J Eco Mode” setting
9 Press the [ESC] key.
10 Press the [T] key five times to select “Option Settings 1”.
11 Press the [ENTER] key.
12 Press the [T] key two times to select “Eco Mode”.
13 Use the [W] and [X] keys to select “On” or “Off”.
14 After you are finished, press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
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Password Protecting the Projector
The password feature lets you keep unauthorized individuals from using the projector. You
can specify whether password input is required whenever you turn on the projector, and you
can specify and change the password as required. Use the setup menu “Option Settings 1
J Power On Password” setting to configure power on password settings.
Inputting a Password
The password of your projector is not really a “word” made up of letters, but rather a
sequence of remote controller key inputs. The following is the 8-key sequence that
represents the initial factory default password.
[INPUT][AUTO][BLANK][FREEZE][S][T][W][X]
Using the Password Feature
Note the following precautions whenever you use the password feature.
• The password feature protects against unauthorized use of the projector. Note that it is
not an anti-theft measure.
• You will need to enter the initial factory default password the first time you use the
projector after turning on the password feature. Change the initial factory default
password to a different one of your choice as soon as possible after turning on the
password feature.
• Remember that password operations are always performed using the remote controller,
so you should take care not to lose or misplace the remote controller.
• Also note that you will not be able to input the password if the remote controller battery
is dead. Replace the remote control battery as soon as possible after it starts to go low.
If you forget your password...
You will not be able to use the projector if you forget the password for some reason. If
you forget the password, you will need to bring the following two items to your CASIO
distributor to have the password cleared. Note that you will be charged to have the
password cleared.
1. Personal identification (original or copy of you driver’s license, employee I.D., etc.)
2. Projector unit
Note that your CASIO distributor will not be able to clear the password of your projector
unless you bring both of the items listed above.
Also, keep the projector’s warranty in a safe place.
Important!
Having your password cleared using the procedure described above will return all of the
settings of your projector, except for the lamp time, to their initial factory defaults.
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Keep a written record of your password!
You will not be able to use the projector if you forget its password. We strongly suggest
that you keep a written or other type of record of the password so you can look it up
when necessary.
To change the password
1
2
3
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
Use the [T] key to select “Option Settings 1”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
Use the [T] key to select “Power On Password”, and then press the [ENTER]
key.
z This will display a dialog box prompting you to enter the current password.
4
Enter the current password.
z If the projector is still protected by the factory default password, perform the key
operation shown below to enter it.
[INPUT][AUTO][BLANK][FREEZE][S][T][W][X]
5
After entering the current password, press the [ENTER] key.
6
Use the [T] key to select “Change Password”, and then press the [ENTER] key.
7
Enter a key sequence up to eight key operations long.
8
After entering the new password, press the [ENTER] key.
9
Re-enter the same password key sequence you entered in step 7 and then press
[ENTER].
z This displays the Power On Password setting screen.
z This will display a dialog box prompting you to enter the new password.
z You can use any of the following keys as part of your password key sequence.
[INPUT], [AUTO], [BLANK], [FREEZE], [VOLUME], [COLOR MODE], [D-ZOOM +],
[D-ZOOM –], [KEYSTONE +], [KEYSTONE –], [MENU], [POINTER], [ ], [U], […], [S],
[T], [W], [X], [FUNC]
z This will display a dialog box prompting you to enter the same password again.
z The message “Your new password has been registered.” indicates that the password has
been changed. Press the [ESC] key.
z If the password you entered in this step is different from the one you entered in step 7,
the message “The password you input is wrong.” appears. Press the [ESC] key to return
to step 7.
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To turn password protection on and off
1
Display the Power On Password setting screen by performing steps 1 through 5
of the procedure under “To change the password” on page 15.
z At this time, make sure that “Power On Password” is selected on the Power On
Password setting screen.
2
Use the [W] and [X] keys to select “On” or “Off”.
z Changing the power on password setting from “Off” to “On” causes the confirmation
dialog box shown below to appear.
Press the [ENTER] key to confirm that you want to turn on power on password
protection, or [ESC] to exit the dialog box without doing anything.
3
After you are finished, press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
Entering the Password when Turning On the Projector
When you turn on the projector while password protection is turned on will cause a
password input dialog box to appear on the projection screen. All projector operations will
be accessible to you after you input the correct password and press the [ENTER] key.
Note
You can perform the projection size adjustment operation ([ZOOM +] / [ZOOM –] keys),
focus operation ([FOCUS S] / [FOCUS T] keys), and power off operation ([
] key)
while the password input dialog box is on the projection screen.
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Restoring Projector Settings to Their Initial Factory
Defaults
You can use the procedures in this section to restore all of the settings on a particular main
menu or all of the settings on the setup menu to their initial factory defaults.
To restore all settings on a particular main menu to their initial factory
defaults
1
2
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
Use the [T] and [S] keys to select the main menu whose settings you want to
restore to their initial factory defaults.
z You can select Image Adjustment 1, Image Adjustment 2, Volume Adjustment, Screen
Settings, Input Settings, Option Settings 1, or Option Settings 2.
3
4
5
Press the [ENTER] key.
6
7
Use the [S] key to select “Yes”.
Use the [T] key to select “Restore Menu Defaults”.
Press the [ENTER] key.
z This will display a confirmation screen like the screen shown below.
To restore the settings of the main menu to their initial defaults, press the
[ENTER] key.
z To exit the operation without doing anything, press [ESC] instead of [ENTER].
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After you are finished, press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
Note
z The language setting and the password are not returned to their initial factory defaults
if you select Option Settings 1 in step 2.
z For details about how the above procedure initializes settings, see the explanations of
the settings under “Setup Menu Contents” on page 18.
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To restore all settings on the setup menu to their initial factory defaults
1
2
Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
3
Use the [T] key to select “Restore All Defaults” sub-menu, and then press the
[ENTER] key.
Use the [T] key to select “Restore All Defaults”, and then press the [ENTER]
key.
z This displays a confirmation message asking if you want to initialize all settings.
4
5
Use the [S] key to select “Yes”.
To restore all settings on the setup menu to their initial defaults, press the
[ENTER] key.
z This will restore all of the settings to their initial factory defaults, except for the
Language, Lamp Time, and password settings.
z To exit the operation without doing anything, press [ESC] instead of [ENTER].
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After you are finished, press the [MENU] key to exit the setup menu.
Setup Menu Contents
This section contains tables that provide detailed explanations of all of the items included on
the setup menu. The following describes the type of information that appears in each of the
columns of the tables.
Setting Name
This column shows the names of the settings as they appear on the sub-menu.
Input
This column shows the input source for which each setting is supported.
Input source names are abbreviated as R (RGB input), C (component video input), V (video
input), and U (USB input, USB port equipped models only). The letter N indicates that the
setting can be configured while there is no input signal.
Setting Unit
The setting unit indicates how a setting is stored.
“Source Specific” in this column indicates that separate settings can be stored for each
individual input source. For example, you could store an “Image Adjustment 1 J Brightness”
setting of –1 for RGB input and a setting of +1 for VIDEO input.
“Single” in this column indicates that a single setting is stored and applied, regardless of the
input source.
Description
This column provides details about the setting item and how to select it. The initial default
setting is indicated by an asterisk (*).
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Image Adjustment 1 Main Menu
Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Brightness
RCVU
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to adjust the brightness of the
projected image. A larger value produces a brighter
image.
Contrast
RCVU
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to adjust the contrast of the projected
image. A larger value produces a stronger contrast.
Sharpness
RCV
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to adjust the sharpness of the outlines
in the projected image. A larger value makes the image
sharper, while a smaller value makes it softer.
Saturation
RCV
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to adjust the color saturation of the
projected image. A larger value increases color saturation.
Tint
RCV
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to adjust the tint of the projected
image. A larger value makes the overall image more
bluish, while a smaller value makes the overall image
more reddish. This setting is supported only when the
signal is NTSC or NTSC4.43.
Color Mode
RCVU
Source
Specific
You can select from among five different color mode
settings to optimize the projected image in accordance
with image contents and projection conditions.
Presentation:
Use this setting for standard presentations in a well-lit
area.
Standard:
Use this setting when you want to highlight the colors of
your presentation.
Graphics:
Use this setting when you want photographs and graphics
to appear natural.
Theater:
Use this setting to bring out the dark portions of your
images.
Blackboard:
Use this setting for easy viewing when projecting onto a
blackboard.
Color Balance
RCVU
Source
Specific
This sub-menu lets you adjust the color balance of the
projected image.
Preset:
You can select from among three preset color balance
settings: Warm, Normal,* Cold.
Color:
You can adjust the intensity of red, green, and blue within
the range of –50 to +50. The intensity of a color
increases along with the setting value. Color settings can
be adjusted individually only when “Normal” is selected as
the “Preset” setting.
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Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Noise Filter
RCV
Source
Specific
This setting is valid when VIDEO is selected as the input
source.
Normal*:
Select this setting when projecting a movie.
High:
Select this setting when projecting still images.
In particular, this setting should be used when projecting
still images from a digital camera connected to the
projector’s VIDEO terminal.
Restore Menu
Defaults
RCVU
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to return all of the sub-menu items on
the Image Adjustment 1 main menu to their initial default
settings.
z Restoring menu defaults when there is no input signal
will restore defaults for the currently selected input
source.
Image Adjustment 2 Main Menu
Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Vertical
Position
RCV
Signal
Specific
Use this sub-menu to adjust the vertical position of the
input source image within the projection area.
Horizontal
Position
RCV
Signal
Specific
Use this sub-menu to adjust the horizontal position of the
input source image within the projection area.
Frequency
R
Signal
Specific
When vertical bands appear in the projected image while
RGB is selected as the input source, it means that the
frequency setting is not correct. When this happens, use
this setting to adjust the frequency manually.
Important!
If, for some reason, your manual frequency settings
cause the image input from the computer to
disappear from the projection, you can press the
[AUTO] key to perform an auto adjust operation,
which should cause the image to appear.
Phase
R
Signal
Specific
When there is flickering in the projected image while RGB
is selected as the input source, it means that the phase
setting is not correct. When this happens, use this setting
to adjust the phase manually.
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Setting Name
Restore Menu
Defaults
Input
RCV
Setting
Unit
Source
Specific
Description
Use this sub-menu to return all of the sub-menu items on
the Image Adjustment 2 main menu to their initial default
settings.
z Restoring menu defaults when there is no input signal
will restore defaults for the currently selected input
source.
z “Image Adjustment 2” main menu “Vertical Position”,
“Horizontal Position”, “Frequency”, and “Phase” defaults
can be restored for the current signal type (XGA/60Hz,
SXGA/60Hz,etc.) only.
About the “Signal Specific” Setting Unit
For the items that have “Signal Specific” in the “Setting Unit” column of the above table,
the setting is saved for the specific type of signal (XGA/60Hz, SXGA/60Hz, etc.) that is
being input when the setting is performed, and not for a specific input source.
Volume Adjustment Main Menu
Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Volume
RCVUN
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to adjust the volume level of the
projector’s speaker.
z Changing this setting when there is no input signal
changes the volume setting of the currently selected
signal source.
Restore Menu
Defaults
RCVUN
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to return Volume to its initial default
setting.
z Restoring menu defaults when there is no input signal
will restore defaults for the currently selected input
source.
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Screen Settings Main Menu
Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Keystone
Correction
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to correct vertical keystoning of the
projected image.
Aspect Ratio
RCV
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to select an aspect ratio setting for
the projected image.
4:3*:
Projects with an aspect ratio of 4:3. This is the initial
default setting when the input source is either video or
component video.
16:9 (VIDEO or component input source only):
Projects with an aspect ratio of 16:9 (movie, Hi-Vision,
etc.) Selecting this option when projecting a video movie
from an input source that has been squeezed from 16:9
to 4:3 will project the image with a normal aspect ratio.
Maintain* (RGB input source only):
Projects while maintaining the aspect ratio of the input
source. This is the initial default setting when the input
source is RGB.
Note
z When the input source is a component signal
with an aspect ratio of 16:9, the aspect ratio is
fixed at 16:9 and the setting cannot be changed.
z For details about how the aspect ratio setting
affects the projected image when the input
source is RGB, see “Aspect Ratio Setting and
Projection Image during RGB Input” (page 32).
Important!
Note that enlarging or reducing the size of an
image for commercial purposes or public
presentation may infringe on the legally protected
copyright of the copyright holder of the original
material.
Projection
Mode
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify whether projection will be
from the front of the screen or the back of the screen.
Front*:
Select this option to project from the front of the screen.
Rear:
Select this option to project from the back of the screen.
This setting flips the front projected image horizontally.
Ceiling Mount
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to configure the projector for use in
an installation in which it is positioned upside down.
On:
Flips the projected image horizontally and vertically.
Off*:
Projects a normal image.
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Setting
Unit
Setting Name
Input
Description
Startup Screen
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify whether or not a startup
screen should be projected whenever the projector is
turned on.
Logo:
Select this option to project the projector’s built-in logo
screen at startup.
None*:
Select this option when you do not want to project a
startup screen.
No Signal
Screen
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify what should be projected
when there is no input signal to the projector.
Blue*:
Select this option to project a blue screen.
Black:
Select this option to project a black screen.
Logo:
Select this option to project the projector’s built-in logo
screen.
Blank Screen
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify what should be projected
after the [BLANK] key is pressed.
Blue:
Select this option to project a blue screen.
Black*:
Select this option to project a black screen.
Logo:
Select this option to project the projector’s built-in logo
screen.
Restore Menu
Defaults
RCVUN
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to return all of the sub-menu items on
the Screen Settings main menu to their initial default
settings.
z Restoring menu defaults when there is no input signal
will restore defaults for the currently selected input
source.
z Note that the “Keystone Correction”, “Projection Mode”,
“Startup Screen”, “No Signal Screen”, and “Blank
Screen” settings are always returned to their initial
defaults, regardless of the currently selected input
source.
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Input Settings Main Menu
Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
COMPUTER
Terminal
RCUVN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify manually the type of signal
being input from the projector’s COMPUTER terminal.
Auto*:
Automatically detects the signal being input from the
COMPUTER terminal and configures the appropriate input
protocol.
RGB:
Select this option when a computer is connected to the
COMPUTER terminal. For details about connecting a
computer, see “Connecting a Computer to the Projector”
in the “User’s Guide (Basic Operation)”.
Component:
Select this setting when the projector’s COMPUTER
terminal is connected to the component video output
terminal of a video device using an optionally available
YK-3 component video cable. For information about
connection, see “Connecting to a Component Video
Output Device” in the “User’s Guide (Basic Operation)”.
Video Signal
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify manually the type of signal
being input from the projector’s AV terminal.
Auto*:
Select this setting to have the projector switch the video
signal system automatically in accordance with the input
signal from the video device that is connected to the AV
terminal.
NTSC / NTSC4.43 / PAL / PAL-M / PAL-N / PAL60 /
SECAM:
Each setting selects the applicable video system. Use
these settings when you want to specify only one specific
video signal for the AV terminal.
Signal Name
Indicator
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify whether or not the name of
the currently selected signal source should be displayed in
the projected image.
On*:
Select this option to turn on display of the name of the
currently selected signal source in the projected image.
Off:
Select this option to turn off display of the signal source
name.
Restore Menu
Defaults
RCVUN
Source
Specific
Use this sub-menu to return all of the sub-menu items on
the Input Settings main menu to their initial default
settings.
z Restoring menu defaults when there is no input signal
will restore defaults for the currently selected input
source.
z Note that the “Signal Name Indicator” setting is always
returned to its initial default, regardless of the currently
selected input source.
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Option Settings 1 Main Menu
Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Auto Keystone
Correction
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to turn auto keystone correction on or
off.
On*:
Select this option to turn on auto keystone correction.
Off:
Select this option to turn off auto keystone correction.
Auto Adjust
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to select whether the projector should
detect the RGB input signal type (resolution, frequency)
and adjust the projection image accordingly (auto adjust).
1*:
Select this option to turn on auto adjust.
2:
Select this option to turn on auto adjust when a
1360 × 768 or 1400 × 1050 signal is not projected
correctly.
Off:
Select this option to turn off auto adjust.
Eco Mode
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to turn the Eco Mode on or off.
On:
Select this option to reduce lamp brightness and save
power. This setting also reduces the speed of the
projector’s cooling fan, which reduces operation noise.
Off:
Select this option to project at maximum brightness.
Auto Power
Off
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to turn Auto Power Off on or off. See
“Turning Off the Projector” in the “User’s Guide (Basic
Operation)” for more information.
On*:
Select this option to turn on Auto Power Off.
Off:
Select this option to turn off Auto Power Off.
Power On
Password
RCVUN
Single
You can configure the projector to require input of a
password before operation is enabled. For details, see
“Password Protecting the Projector” on page 14.
Direct Power
On
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to turn Direct Power On on or off.
See “Direct Power On” in the “User’s Guide (Basic
Operation)” for more information.
On:
Select this option to turn on Direct Power On.
Off*:
Select this option to turn off Direct Power On.
Important!
While Direct Power On is enabled, the projector
will turn off automatically if no key operation is
performed and no signal input is received within
about 10 minutes after it is turned on. This is true
regardless of the current Auto Power Off setting.
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Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Language
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify the language to use for
messages, setup menus, etc.
English / French / German / Italian / Spanish / Swedish /
Chinese (Simplified) / Chinese (Traditional) / Korean /
Japanese
Restore Menu
Defaults
RCVUN
Single
This sub-menu returns all of the sub-menu items on the
Option Settings 1 main menu to their initial default
settings.
z The language setting and the password are not
returned to their initial factory defaults.
z Restoring menu defaults when there is no input signal
will restore defaults for the currently selected input
source.
z The “Auto Adjust” item is returned to its initial default
only when RGB input is selected for the input source.
All of the other items are returned to their initial
defaults regardless of the currently selected input
source.
Option Settings 2 Main Menu
Setting
Unit
Setting Name
Input
Description
Zoom Memory
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to turn zoom memory on or off. Zoom
memory lets you save the zoom setting when the
projector is turned off, so it can be restored automatically
the next time the projector is turned on.
On*:
Select this option when you want to restore the zoom
setting that was in effect when the projector was last
turned off, whenever it is turned on.
Off:
Select this option when you want the image to be
projected at its maximum size whenever you turn on the
projector.
Pointer
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to specify the type of pointer that
appears first when you press the [POINTER] key.
Plug and Play
(USB port
equipped
models only)
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to turn plug-and-play*1 on or off.
On*:
Select this option to turn on plug-and-play. This will allow
the projector detect when an external USB device is
connected and make that device the input source
automatically.
Off:
Select this option to turn off plug-and-play.
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Setting
Unit
Setting Name
Input
Description
USB Audio Out
(USB port
equipped
models only)
RCVUN
Single
When playing back a movie file stored on a USB memory
device, you can select audio output from the projector’s
built-in speaker or to the line output.
Speaker*:
Select to output movie file audio from the speaker.
Line:
Select to output movie file audio from the AV terminal.
High Altitude
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu to turn the high-altitude fan speed
setting on or off in accordance with the altitude of the
area where you are using the projector.
On:
Select this setting when using the projector in a high
altitude (1,500 to 3,000 meters above sea level) area
where air is thin. This setting increases cooling efficiency.
Off*:
Select this setting at normal altitudes (up to 1,500 meters).
Important!
Do not use this projector at altitudes greater than
3,000 meters above sea level.
Restore Menu
Defaults
RCVUN
Single
This sub-menu returns all of the sub-menu items on the
Option Settings 2 main menu to their initial default
settings.
*1 When plug-and-play is turned on, the projector will make that device the input source
automatically. For details about plug-and-play, see “USB Function Guide” on the bundled
CD-ROM.
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USB Settings Main Menu Items (USB Port Equipped
Models Only)
The USB Settings main menu is available only when there is an external device connected
to the USB port of the XJ-S38/XJ-S48/XJ-S58/XJ-S68 model projector. For details, see
“USB Function Guide” on the bundled CD-ROM.
Operational Info Main Menu
Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Input Signal
RCVUN
Source
Specific
This sub-menu item shows the currently selected input
signal (RGB, Component, or VIDEO). “- - - -” is indicated
here when there is no input signal.
Signal Name
RCVU
Source
Specific
This sub-menu item shows the signal name of the signal
being input to the projector. For details about signal
names, see “Signal Name” under “Supported Signals” on
page 33.
Resolution
R
Single
This sub-menu item appears only when RGB is the input
signal. It shows the number of vertical pixels of resolution
of the RGB input signal.
Horizontal
Frequency
RCV
Source
Specific
This sub-menu item shows the horizontal frequency of the
input signal.
Vertical
Frequency
RCV
Source
Specific
This sub-menu item shows the vertical frequency of the
input signal.
Scan System
RC
Source
Specific
This sub-menu item appears only when RGB or
component is the input signal, and shows the scanning
frequency of the input signal. The input signal is interlace
or non-interlace for an RGB signal input, and interlace or
progressive for a component signal input.
Lamp Time
RCVUN
Single
This sub-menu item shows the cumulative number of
hours the current lamp has been used to date. Use this
value as a reference when deciding whether or not the
current lamp needs to be replaced. For details about
replacing the lamp, see “Replacing the Lamp” in the
“User’s Guide (Basic Operation)”.
Reset Lamp
Time
RCVUN
Single
Use this sub-menu item to reset the lamp time to 0
hours after replacing the lamp. For details about replacing
the lamp and the lamp time reset operation, see
“Replacing the Lamp” in the “User’s Guide (Basic
Operation)”.
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Restore All Defaults Main Menu
Setting Name
Input
Setting
Unit
Description
Unit Operating
Time
RCVUN
Single
This sub-menu item shows the cumulative operating time
of this unit. This time cannot be initialized.
Restore All
Defaults
RCVUN
Single
This sub-menu returns all sub-menu items on all main
menus to their initial default settings. This operation can
be performed regardless of the currently selected input
source and regardless of whether or not a signal is
currently being input. For details about this procedure, see
“To restore all settings on the setup menu to their initial
factory defaults” on page 18.
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Appendix
Remote Controller Signal Range
When performing an operation on the remote controller, point it at the remote control signal
receiver on the back or front of the projector. The following illustration shows the range of
the remote controller signal.
±30 degrees
max.
±30 degrees
max.
5 meters
(16.4 feet) max.
5 meters
(16.4 feet) max.
Front
Back
5 degrees to
30 degrees
±30
degrees max.
5 meters
(16.4 feet) max.
5 meters
(16.4 feet) max.
Remote Controller Range
The allowable distance between the remote controller and the projector is less when there
is a sharp angle between the remote controller and the remote control signal receiver.
Important!
To avoid running down the battery, store the remote control unit so its buttons are not
pressed inadvertently.
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Projection Distance and Screen Size
Screen Size 200
5.7 m to 11.3 m
(18.70 feet to 37.07 feet)
Screen Size 40
1.1 m to 2.2 m
(3.61 feet to 7.22 feet)
Screen Size 60
1.7 m to 3.4 m
(5.58 feet to
11.15 feet)
12 m
(39.37 feet)
10 m
(32.81 feet)
8 m
(26.25 feet)
6 m
(19.69 feet)
2 m
(6.56 feet)
4 m
(13.12 feet)
0
The following table shows the relationship between the distance and projected image size.
Projection Size
Screen Size
Approximate Projection Distance
Diagonal
(cm)
Minimum
Distance (m)
Maximum
Distance (m)
Minimum
Distance
(feet)
Maximum
Distance
(feet)
40
102
1.1
2.2
3.61
7.22
60
152
1.7
3.4
5.58
11.15
80
203
2.3
4.5
7.55
14.76
100
254
2.8
5.6
9.19
18.37
150
381
4.3
8.5
14.11
27.89
200
508
5.7
11.3
18.70
37.07
Important!
Note that the distances provided above are for reference only.
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Aspect Ratio Setting and Projection Image during
RGB Input
The video resolution of the projected image is 1024 × 768 pixels (4:3 aspect ratio). When
RGB is input from a computer and projected by the projector, the input image is enlarged
or reduced automatically to match the video resolution of the projector. How the
enlargement and reduction is performed depends whether the aspect ratio setting is “4:3”
or “Maintain” (page 9).
The following shows how images are projected in accordance with the resolution of the
input signal from the computer and the aspect ratio setting of the projector.
Projected Image (1024 × 768)
Input Signal Resolution
4:3
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1280 × 768
1280 × 1024
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Maintain
Supported Signals
RGB Signal
Signal Name
VESA
Other
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency (kHz)
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
640 × 480/60
640 × 480
31.5
60
640 × 480/72
640 × 480
37.9
73
640 × 480/75
640 × 480
37.5
75
640 × 480/85
640 × 480
43.3
85
800 × 600/56
800 × 600
35.2
56
800 × 600/60
800 × 600
37.9
60
800 × 600/72
800 × 600
48.1
72
800 × 600/75
800 × 600
46.9
75
800 × 600/85
800 × 600
53.7
85
1024 × 768/60
1024 × 768
48.4
60
1024 × 768/70
1024 × 768
56.5
70
1024 × 768/75
1024 × 768
60.0
75
1024 × 768/85
1024 × 768
68.7
85
1152 × 864/75
1152 × 864
67.5
75
1280 × 768/60
1280 × 768
47.8
60
1280 × 800/60
1280 × 800
49.7
60
1280 × 960/60
1280 × 960
60.0
60
1280 × 960/85
1280 × 960
85.9
85
1280 × 1024/60
1280 × 1024
64.0
60
1280 × 1024/75
1280 × 1024
80.0
75
1280 × 1024/85
1280 × 1024
91.1
85
1360 × 768/60*
1360 × 768
47.7
60
1400 × 1050/A*
1400 × 1050
65.3
60
1440 × 900/60
1440 × 900
55.9
60
1680 × 1050/60
1680 × 1050
65.3
60
1600 × 1200/60
1600 × 1200
75.0
60
1152 × 864/70
1152 × 864
64.0
70
1400 × 1050/B*
1400 × 1050
64.0
60
* If these signals do not project correctly, change the “Option Settings 1
setting to “2” (page 25).
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J Auto Adjust”
Component Signal
Horizontal
Frequency (kHz)
Signal Name
HDTV
1080p/50
SDTV
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
62.5
50
1080p/60
67.5
60
720p/50
37.5
50
720p/60
45.0
60
1080i/50
31.3
50
1080i/60
33.7
60
576p50
31.3
50
576i50
16.6
50
480p60
31.5
60
480i60
15.7
60
Video Signal
Signal Name
Horizontal
Frequency (kHz)
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
NTSC
15.7
NTSC4.43
15.7
60
60
PAL
15.6
50
PAL-M
15.7
60
PAL-N
15.6
50
PAL60
15.7
60
SECAM
15.6
50
* Listing of a device in the above table does not guarantee that you will be able to
display its images correctly.
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