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Proxima 9260 User`s guide
Desktop Projector 9260
Desktop Projector 9240
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PRESENTATIONS
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WORKING SESSIONS
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TRAINING
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MULTIMEDIA
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ANIMATION
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VIDEO
English
USA
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Deutsch
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INFORMATION TO THE USER
NOTE : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the User's Guide, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which
case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
TO THE OWNER
USA
As the owner of a Desktop Projector 9260/9240, you are probably eager to try out your new projector. Before you do, we
suggest that you spend a little time reading this guide to familiarize yourself with the operating procedures, so that you will
receive maximum satisfaction from the many features included in your new projector.
This user's guide will acquaint you with your projector's features. Reading it will help us too. Through the years, we have
found that many service requests were not caused by problems with our projectors. They were caused by problems that
could have been prevented, if the owner had followed the instructions in the guide.
You can often correct operating problems yourself. If your projector fails to work properly, see "TROUBLESHOOTING"
section on pages 51 ~ 52 and try the solutions marked for each problem.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
This Projector has a grounding-type AC line plug. This is a safety feature to be sure that the plug will fit into the
power outlet. Do not try to defeat this safety feature.
This projector produces intense light from the projection lens. Do not stare directly into the lens as possible eye
damage could result. Be especially careful that children do not stare directly into the beam.
The Remote Control Unit, supplied to this projector, emits the laser beam as the Laser Pointer function from the
Laser Light Window while pressing the LASER button (for 1 minute). Do not look into the Laser Light Window or
shine the laser beam on yourself or other people. Eye damage may result.
This projector should be set in the way indicated to prevent. If not, it may result in fire hazard.
If the Projector will not be used for an extended time, unplug the new Projector from the power outlet.
READ AND KEEP THIS USER'S GUIDE FOR LATER USE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE EXCEPT LAMP REPLACEMENT. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE CONSTITUTING
A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK IS
PRESENT WITHIN THIS UNIT.
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THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THERE
ARE IMPORTANT OPERATING AND
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE
USER'S GUIDE WITH THIS UNIT.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the product is operated.
Unplug this projector from wall outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for
later use. Unplug this projector from AC power supply
before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use
a damp cloth for cleaning.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Do not use attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Do not place this projector on an unstable cart, stand, or
table. The projector may fall, causing serious injury to a
child or adult, and serious damage to the projector. Use
only with a cart or stand recommended by the
manufacturer, or sold with the projector. Wall or shelf
mounting should follow the manufacturer's instructions,
and should use a mounting kit approved by the
manufacturer.
When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
If liquid has been spilled into the projector.
If the projector has been exposed to rain or water.
If the projector does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions as improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and
will often require extensive work by a qualified technician
to restore the projector to normal operation.
e. If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
f. When the projector exhibits a distinct change in
performance-this indicates a need for service.
Do not expose this unit to rain or use near water... for
example, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, etc...
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the
original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or injury to persons.
Slots and openings in the back and bottom of the cabinet
are provided for ventilation, to insure reliable operation of
the equipment and to protect it from overheating.
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this projector,
ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks
to determine that the projector is in safe operating condition.
The openings should never be covered with cloth or other
material, and the bottom opening should not be blocked by
placing the projector on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar
surface. This projector should never be placed near or
over a radiator or heat register.
This projector is equipped with a
grounding type AC line plug.
Should you be unable to insert the
plug into the outlet, contact your
electrician. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of this grounding type plug.
GROUND
This projector should not be placed in a built-in installation
such as a bookcase unless proper ventilation is provided.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the
projectors.
This projector should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power supplied, consult your authorized
dealer or local power company.
For added protection to the projector during a lightning
storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will
prevent damage due to lightning and powerline surges.
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this
can result in fire or electric shock. Do not allow anything to
rest on the power cord. Do not locate this projector where
the cord may be damaged by persons walking on it.
An appliance and cart combination
should be moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the appliance
and cart combination to overturn.
Do not attempt to service this projector yourself as opening
or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage
or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
If the projector is to be built into a compartment or similarly
enclosed, the minimum distances must be maintained.
Do not cover the ventilation slot on the projector.
Heat build-up can reduce the service life of your projector,
and can also be dangerous.
20cm
Never push objects of any kind into this projector through
cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points
or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric
shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the projector.
USA
WALL
PROJECTOR
(FRONT)
50cm
PROJECTOR
(SIDE)
50cm
50cm
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
PAGE
FEATURES AND DESIGN
USA
COMPATIBILITY
IMAGE RESOLUTION
5
5
AUTOMATIC MULTISCANNING SYSTEM
MULTILANGUAGE MENU DISPLAY
LASER POINTER FUNCTION
OTHER FEATURES
UNPACKING THE PROJECTOR
TRADEMARKS
5
5
5
5
5
5
INSTALLATION
NAME OF EACH PART OF THE PROJECTOR
SETTING-UP THE PROJECTOR
MOVING THE PROJECTOR
POWER REQUIREMENTS
CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
TERMINAL OF THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING THE COMPUTER
CONNECTING THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT
BEFORE OPERATION
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
OPERATION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
CONTROL THE PROJECTOR
DIRECT OPERATION
MENU OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
TURNING ON/OFF THE PROJECTOR
DIRECT OPERATION
MODE SELECT
SOUND VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
SOUND MUTE FUNCTION
ZOOM ADJUSTMENT
FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
DIGITAL ZOOM FUNCTION
KEYSTONE FUNCTION
NO SHOW FUNCTION
FREEZE PICTURE FUNCTION
AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION
NORMAL PICTURE FUNCTION
P-TIMER FUNCTION
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5
6-9
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7
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9
10-18
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11-15
16-18
19-26
19-20
21-23
24-26
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25-26
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27-29
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MENU OPERATION
MODE SELECT
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
LANGUAGE ADJUSTMENT
VIDEO MODE
COLOR SYSTEM SELECT
VIDEO SOURCE SELECT
PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT
COMPUTER MODE
COMPUTER SYSTEM SELECT
COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS
AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION
PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
PICTURE POSITION ADJUSTMENT
PC ADJUSTMENT
PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT
OTHER FUNCTION SETTING
BLUE BACK
DISPLAY
CEILING
REAR
SPLIT WIPE
POWER MANAGEMENT
REMOTE CONTROL (Mode 1 or Mode 2)
LAMP AGE
APPENDIX
MAINTENANCE
TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR
AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING
LAMP REPLACEMENT
CLEANING THE LENS
TROUBLESHOOTING
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
30-31
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31
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32-35
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36-48
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41-44
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46-48
46-47
46-47
46-47
46-47
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46-47
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49-53
49-51
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51-52
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FEATURES AND DESIGN
The Desktop Projector is a multimedia projector that combines powerful and sophisticated features with easy-to-use,
intuitive controls. Built-in multimedia features include audio, a palette of 16.77 million colors and active matrix liquid
crystal display (LCD) technology. The projector is ideal for high-performance business, training and imaging
applications that demand exceptional color quality.
COMPATIBILITY
The projector is compatible with many different types of
personal computers and video devices, including:
● IBM-compatible computers, including laptops, up to
1280 x 1024 resolution.
● Apple Macintosh and PowerBook computers up to
1280 x 1024 resolution.
● Various VCRs, video disc players, video cameras,
DVD players, satellite TV tuners or other AV
equipment using any of the worldwide video
standards, including NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-M,
PAL-N and SECAM.
IMAGE RESOLUTION
The resolution of the projector's projected image is 1024
x 768. The projector displays computer images just as
they appear on your computer's monitor. Screen
resolutions between 1024 x 768 and 1280 x 1024 are
compressed to 1024 x 768. The projector cannot display
screen resolutions above 1280 x 1024. If your computer's
screen resolution is higher than 1280 x 1024, reset it to a
lower resolution before you connect the projector.
OTHER FEATURES
This projector has Motor Zoom/Focus, No Show, Picture
Freeze, Keystone, Mute Functions.
UNPACKING THE PROJECTOR
The projector comes with the parts listed below. Check
to find all the parts are included. If any parts are
missing, contact an authorized dealer or service station.
● User's Guide.
● AC Power Cord.
● Remote Control Unit.
● Batteries for Remote Control Units.
● VGA Cable.
● Mouse Cable for PS/2 port.
● Mouse Cable for serial port.
● Mouse Cable for ADB port.
● VGA/MAC Adapter.
● PC Audio Cable (Stereo mini jack).
● Video/Audio Cable (RCA type).
● S-Video Cable (Mini DIN-4 type).
● Protective Dust Cover.
● Lens Cover.
USA
TRADEMARKS
AUTOMATIC MULTISCANNING SYSTEM
This projector can detect display signals from most
personal computers currently distributed. It is free from
complicated adjustments to project picture images from
PC.
MULTILANGUAGE MENU DISPLAY
● Apple, Macintosh, and PowerBook are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
● IBM and PS/2 are trademarks or registered
trademarks of International Business Machines, Inc.
● Windows is a trademarks or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation.
● Other trademarks are the property of their respective
owners
MENU DISPLAY is displayed with ; English, German,
French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese.
LASER POINTER FUNCTION
The Remote Control Unit of this projector includes the
Laser Pointer function providing the ability to point and
highlight during presentations.
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INSTALLATION
NAME OF EACH PART OF THE PROJECTOR
FRONT OF THE PROJECTOR
INFRARED
REMOTE
RECEIVER
PROJECTION LENS
USA
FEET LOCK
LATCH
AIR INTAKE VENT
REMOVABLE
LENS COVER
FEET LOCK
LATCH
SPEAKERS
REAR OF THE PROJECTOR
EXHAUST VENT
INFRARED
REMOTE
RECEIVER
CAUTION HOT AIR!
Air blown from the exhaust vent is hot.
Observe the following when handling your
projector or choosing a location to install it.
● Keep heat-sensitive objects away from the
exhaust port.
● If you set the projector on top of a metallic
surface, the surface will become hot because of
the hot air exhaust. Be careful when handling.
● Do not touch the cabinet near to the exhaust
vent area, and especially screws and metallic
parts. These parts will become hot while the
projector is used.
CARRYING
HANDLE
POWER CORD
CONNECTOR
MAIN ON/OFF
SWITCH
BOTTOM OF THE PROJECTOR
ADJUSTABLE
FEET
LAMP
COVER
AIR INTAKE VENT
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INSTALLATION
SETTING-UP THE PROJECTOR
● This projector is basically designed to project on a flat projection surface.
● This projector can be focused from 4.6' (1.4 m) ~ 47.3' (14.4 m).
● Refer to the figure below as an example when positioning the projector to the screen.
POSITIONING:
400"
Maximum Zoom
ROOM LIGHT
Minimum Zoom
The level of brightness in a room has a great
influence on picture quality. It is recommended
to limit ambient lighting in order to provide the
best image.
40"
250"
231"
150"
H1
192"
100"
46" 77"
USA
308"
200"
60"
31"
300"
154"
115"
H2
DISTANCE
Screen
Size
Max. Zoom
40"
60"
100"
150"
200"
250"
300"
400"
Min. Zoom
31"
46"
77"
115"
154"
192"
231"
308"
4.6' (1.4m) 7.2' (2.2m) 11.8' (3.6m) 17.7' (5.4m) 23.6' (7.2m) 29.5' (9.0m) 35.4' (10.8m) 47.3' (14.4m)
Distance
Screen Size
(W x H) inch
40"
60"
100"
150"
200"
250"
300"
400"
32 x 24
48 x 36
80 x 60
120 x 90
160 x 120
200 x 150
240 x 180
320 x 240
Height (H1)
22.8 inch
34.2 inch
57.1 inch
85.7 inch
114.3 inch
142.8 inch
171.4 inch
228.6 inch
Height (H2)
1.2 inch
1.8 inch
2.9 inch
4.3 inch
5.7 inch
7.2 inch
8.6 inch
11.4 inch
VENTILATION
This projector is equipped with cooling fan to protect it from
overheating. Pay attention to the following to ensure proper
ventilation and avoid a possible risk of fire and malfunction.
● Do not cover the vents with papers or other materials.
● Keep the rear grill at least 3 feet (1 m) away from any
object.
● Make sure that there are no objects under the projector.
An object under the projector may prevent the projector
from taking the cooling air through the bottom vent.
AIR INTAKE VENT
(BOTTOM SIDE)
EXHAUST VENT
(REAR SIDE)
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INSTALLATION
ADJUSTABLE FEET
FEET LOCK LATCHES
Picture tilt and projection angle can be adjusted by rotating the
ADJUSTABLE FEET. Projection angle can be adjusted 0 to 6°.
USA
1. Lift the front of the projector and press the FEET LOCK
LATCHES on both sides of the projector.
2. Release the FEET LOCK LATCHES to lock the ADJUSTABLE
FEET and rotate the ADJUSTABLE FEET to fine tune the
position and the tilt.
3. To shorten the ADJUSTABLE FEET, lift the front of the
projector and press and undo the FEET LOCK LATCHES.
DOWN
DOWN
NOTE: The position and the keystone distortion of the image can
also be adjusted using the KEYSTONE function.
(See pages 28, 35 and 45).
UP
UP
ADJUSTABLE
FEET
MOVING THE PROJECTOR
Use the carrying handle when moving the projector.
Replace the lens cover and retract the adjustable feet when
moving the projector to prevent damage to the projector.
CAUTION IN CARRYING OR TRANSPORTING THE PROJECTOR
● Do not drop or bump the projector, otherwise damages or malfunctions may result.
● When carrying the projector, use a Proxima recommended Carrying Case.
● Do not transport the projector by using a courier or transport service in an unsuitable transport case. This may cause
damage to the projector. To transport the projector through a courier or transport service, use a Proxima
recommended Case.
● For a carrying or transportation cases, contact a Proxima authorized dealer.
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INSTALLATION
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Your projector uses nominal input voltages of 100-120 VAC or 200-240 VAC. The
projector automatically selects the correct input voltage. The projector is designed
to work with single-phase power systems having a grounded neutral conductor. To
reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not plug into any other type of power system.
Consult your authorized dealer or service station if you are not sure what type of
power is supplied to your building.
Projector side (Female)
AC outlet side (Male)
USA
Connect the AC power supply cord
(supplied) to the projector.
The socket-outlet must be near this
equipment and must be easily
accessible.
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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
TERMINAL OF THE PROJECTOR
REAR OF THE PROJECTOR
1
2
computer IN 1
computer IN 2
3
USA
PC control 1
audio IN 1
6
monitor OUT
PC control 2
Ext. speaker
(8Ω)
audio IN 2
4
7
S-video IN
video IN
12
5
R-audio-L (mono)
video
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
8
9
10 11
1
COMPUTER INPUT-1 TERMINAL
Used to connect a computer to the projector.
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AUDIO INPUT JACKS
Used to connect an audio input to the projector.
2
COMPUTER INPUT-2 TERMINAL
Used to connect a computer to the projector.
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VIDEO INPUT JACK
Used to connect a video source to the projector.
3
MONITOR OUTPUT TERMINAL
Used to connect a monitor to the projector.
4
COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT-1 JACK
mini stereo type
Used to connect a computer audio input to the projector.
5
CONTROL PORT-1 CONNECTOR
Used to connect a mouse cable to the projector.
6
COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT-2 JACK
mini stereo type
Used to connect a computer audio input to the projector.
7
CONTROL PORT-2 CONNECTOR
Used to connect a mouse cable to the projector.
NOTE: Control port-2 connector can be also used as
serial port (RS-232C).
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10
S-VIDEO INPUT JACK
Used to connect a S-VHS video source to the
projector.
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COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT JACKS
Used to connect a component video source to the
projector.
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EXT. SP. JACK (3.5 mm mini stereo type)
Used to connect an external speaker system.
CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING THE COMPUTER
CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER INPUT TERMINALS (1 and 2)
Personal computers can be connected to the HDB15-pin (VGA) terminal on the projector.
● Connect the computer to these terminals using the VGA cable and VGA/Macintosh adapter (provided).
CAUTION: For projectors, the VGA cable provided is designed to reduce RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) emissions.
For regulatory compliance reasons, this cable must be used and must not be replaced by any other cable.
CONNECTING TO THE MONITOR OUTPUT TERMINAL
USA
This terminal output the information of the selected computer source being viewed on the screen (Computer 1 or Computer 2).
When video source is selected, this terminal outputs Computer 1 input information.
An external monitor can be connected to the HDB15-pin (VGA) terminal on the projector.
● Connect the monitor to this terminal using the VGA cable (not provided).
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HDB 15-PIN
TERMINAL
4
10 9
3
2
8
1
7
6
15 14 13 12 11
Pin No./Signal
1 Red input
2 Green input
3 Blue input
4 Sense 2
5 Ground (Horiz.sync.)
6 Ground (Red)
7 Ground (Green)
8 Ground (Blue)
Pin No./Signal
9 Non Connect
10 Ground (Vert. sync.)
11 Sense 0
12 Sense 1
13 Horiz. sync
14 Vert. sync
15 Reserved
CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT JACKS (1 and 2)
● Connect audio outputs from your computer to these jacks using the audio cable (not provided).
CONNECTING TO THE CONTROL PORT (DIN 8 PIN) CONNECTORS (1 and 2)
● If you wish to control the computer with projector's remote control unit, you must connect control port (PS/2, Serial or
ADB port) on your computer to projector's control port with cable. (three type cables supplied; for PS/2 Port, Serial Port
and ADB Port).
■ CONTROL PORT
6
8 7
5 2
1
4 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PS/2 Port
Serial Port
ADB Port
–––––––CLK
DATA
GND
––––––––
––––––––
GND
––––––––
RXD
––––––––
––––––––
GND
RTS/CTS
TXD
GND
GND
––––––––
ADB
––––––––
GND
––––––––
––––––––
––––––––
GND
NOTE: The RXD port (1 pin on the Serial Port) is provided on control port 2 connector only. If you control the projector by
computer, you must connect control port 2 connector.
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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING AN IBM-COMPATIBLE DESKTOP COMPUTER
COMPUTER
USA
MONITOR CABLE
(NOT PROVIDED)
COMPUTER
OUTPUT
VGA CABLE
(PROVIDED)
AUDIO
OUTPUT
SERIAL PORT
INPUT
PS/2 PORT
INPUT
COMPUTER
INPUT 1 or 2
MONITOR
OUTPUT
MOUSE CABLE FOR
PS/2 PORT
(PROVIDED)
computer IN 1
CONTROL PORT
OUTPUT 1 or 2
MOUSE CABLE FOR
SERIAL PORT
(PROVIDED)
COMPUTER
AUDIO INPUT
1 or 2
computer IN 2
PC control 1
audio IN 1
monitor OUT
PC control 2
audio IN 2
S-video IN
video IN
R-audio-L (mono)
Ext. speaker
(8Ω)
video
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
AUDIO CABLE
(PROVIDED)
EXTERNAL AUDIO
EQUIPMENT
(Refer to page 18)
NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be
disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on.
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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING AN IBM-COMPATIBLE LAPTOP COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
OUTPUT
AUDIO
OUTPUT
SERIAL PORT
INPUT
VGA CABLE
(PROVIDED)
USA
PS/2 PORT
INPUT
COMPUTER
INPUT 1 or 2
MOUSE CABLE FOR
PS/2 PORT
(PROVIDED)
CONTROL PORT
OUTPUT 1 or 2
computer IN 1
computer IN 2
PC control 1
audio IN 1
MOUSE CABLE FOR
SERIAL PORT
(PROVIDED)
PC control 2
audio IN 2
Ext. speaker
(8Ω)
S-video IN
video IN
R-audio-L (mono)
AUDIO CABLE
(PROVIDED)
monitor OUT
video
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
COMPUTER
AUDIO INPUT
1 or 2
EXTERNAL AUDIO
EQUIPMENT
(Refer to page 18)
NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be
disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on.
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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING A MACINTOSH DESKTOP COMPUTER
COMPUTER
MONITOR CABLE
(NOT PROVIDED)
COMPUTER
OUTPUT
VGA CABLE
(PROVIDED)
123456
ON
USA
VGA/MAC ADAPTER
(PROVIDED)
COMPUTER
INPUT 1 or 2
ADB PORT
INPUT
AUDIO
OUTPUT
MONITOR
OUTPUT
MOUSE CABLE FOR
ADB PORT
(PROVIDED)
computer IN 1
computer IN 2
PC control 1
audio IN 1
CONTROL PORT
OUTPUT 1 or 2
PC control 2
audio IN 2
Ext. speaker
(8Ω)
S-video IN
video IN
R-audio-L (mono)
AUDIO CABLE
(PROVIDED)
monitor OUT
video
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
COMPUTER
AUDIO INPUT
1 or 2
EXTERNAL AUDIO
EQUIPMENT
(Refer to page 18)
Set the dip switches as shown in the table below depending on
the RESOLUTION MODE that you want to use before you turn
on the projector and computer.
RESOLUTION MODE
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
13" MODE (640 x 480)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
16" MODE (832 x 624)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
19" MODE (1024 x 768)
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
21" MODE (1152 x 870)
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
VGA/MAC ADAPTER
SW1 ~ SW6
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6
OFF
NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be
disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on.
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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING A MACINTOSH POWERBOOK COMPUTER
NOTE: The Macintosh PowerBook requires the use of the PowerBook Video
Adapter shipped with the PowerBook.
COMPUTER
VGA CABLE
(PROVIDED)
123456
ON
TO POWERBOOK
VIDEO ADAPTER
USA
VGA/MAC ADAPTER
(PROVIDED)
AUDIO
OUTPUT
COMPUTER
INPUT 1 or 2
ADB PORT
INPUT
MOUSE CABLE FOR
ADB PORT
(PROVIDED)
computer IN 1
computer IN 2
PC control 1
audio IN 1
CONTROL PORT
OUTPUT 1 or 2
PC control 2
Ext. speaker
(8Ω)
audio IN 2
S-video IN
video IN
R-audio-L (mono)
AUDIO CABLE
(PROVIDED)
monitor OUT
video
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
COMPUTER
AUDIO INPUT 1 or 2
EXTERNAL AUDIO
EQUIPMENT
(Refer to page 18)
Set the dip switches as shown in the table below depending on
the RESOLUTION MODE that you want to use before you turn
on the projector and computer.
RESOLUTION MODE
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
13" MODE (640 x 480)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
16" MODE (832 x 624)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
19" MODE (1024 x 768)
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
VGA/MAC ADAPTER
SW1 ~ SW6
ON
ON
21" MODE (1152 x 870)
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6
OFF
NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be
disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on.
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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT
Connect to the video and audio outputs of a VCR, video disc player, DVD player, video camera, satellite TV tuner or other
AV equipment.
CONNECTING TO THE VIDEO INPUT JACK
Connect the video output from the video equipment to this jack using the video cable.
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CONNECTING S-VHS VIDEO INPUT JACK
Connect the S-VIDEO output from the video equipment to this jack using the S-video cable.
The S-VIDEO jack has priority over the VIDEO (composite) jack.
CONNECTING TO THE COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT JACKS
Connect the component video outputs (Y, Cb/Pb, Cr/Pr) from the DVD player or other video equipment to these jacks
using the video cable.
The COMPONENT VIDEO jack has priority over the S-VIDEO and VIDEO (composite) jacks.
CONNECTING TO THE AUDIO INPUT JACKS
Connect the audio outputs from the video equipment to these jacks using the audio cable.
When the audio output is monaural, connect it to the L (mono) jack.
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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT
VIDEO EQUIPMENT
Video Cassette Recorder
L R
AUDIO
OUTPUT
Satellite
TV Tuner
DVD Player
Video Disc Player
Video Camera
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VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO INPUT
computer IN 1
computer IN 2
PC control 1
audio IN 1
monitor OUT
PC control 2
audio IN 2
Ext. speaker
(8Ω)
S-VIDEO
INPUT
S-video IN
video IN
AUDIO INPUT
R-audio-L (mono)
video
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
AUDIO
INPUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
R L
AUDIO
OUTPUT
Y, Cb/Pb, Cr/Pr
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUTPUT
DVD Player
AUDIO
INPUT
AUDIO
OUTPUT
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VCR Etc...
NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be
disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector on before the peripheral equipment is switched on.
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CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR
CONNECTING TO THE EXT. SP. JACK (3.5 mm mini stereo type)
This jack outputs stereo speaker sound which viewing on screen. If you use external speaker system, connect stereo type
external speaker jack. Internal speaker sound is disconnected when speaker jack is connected.
computer IN 1
computer IN 2
PC control 1
audio IN 1
monitor OUT
PC control 2
audio IN 2
Ext. speaker
(8Ω)
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S-video IN
video IN
R-audio-L (mono)
EXTERNAL
SPEAKER SYSTEM
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video
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
BEFORE OPERATION
BEFORE OPERATION
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
FRONT INDICATORS
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TOP CONTROLS
FRONT INDICATORS
3
2
1
lamp warning
replace temp.
ready
4
lamp
TOP CONTROLS
6
power
computer
5
volume
video
7
9
8
menu
auto
image
10
13
zoom
11
focus
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12
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LAMP REPLACEMENT INDICATOR
Light is orange when the Lamp life draws to an end.
2
TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR
Flashes red when internal projector temperature is too high.
3
READY INDICATOR
Light is green when projector lamp is ready to be turned on.
4
POWER INDICATOR
Light is dim when the projector is on.
Light is brightened when the projector is in stand-by mode.
5
POWER ON/OFF BUTTON
Used to turn the projector on or off.
6
COMPUTER SELECT BUTTON
Used to select computer mode (Computer 1 or Computer 2).
7
VIDEO SELECT BUTTON
Used to select video mode.
8
VOLUME BUTTONS
Used to adjust volume.
9
MENU BUTTON
This button will activate the MENU operation.
Use this button, the POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons and the SELECT button to make adjustments to the
projector's setting in MENU operation.
10
AUTO IMAGE BUTTON
Used to operate the AUTO IMAGE function.
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ZOOM BUTTONS
Used to operate power zoom lens.
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FOCUS BUTTONS
Used to operate power focus system.
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POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT BUTTONS
To select an item on the MENU that you want to adjust. To select an item, move the arrow by pressing these buttons
(UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT).
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SELECT BUTTON
This button has different functions depending on when used. This button is used to execute the item selected, to
increase or decrease the values in certain items such as CONTRAST or BRIGHTNESS.
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OPERATION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
This remote control unit is not only able to operate the projector but also usable
as a wireless mouse for a PC. One pointing pad and two click buttons are used INFRARED
SIGNAL
for wireless mouse operation.
Wireless mouse is usable when PC mouse pointer is displayed on the screen. WINDOW
When the menu or indicator of the projector is displayed on the screen instead
of the PC mouse pointer, the wireless mouse cannot be used.
NOTE: To use the unit as a PC wireless mouse, connect the projector to the
PC with the attached cable. Signals from the projector are transmitted
to the PC, enabling the remote control unit of the projector to be used
as a PC wireless mouse. (Refer to "CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR"
in pages 11 to 15 for the connection).
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LASER LIGHT WINDOW
LASER POINTER button
This remote control emits a laser beam as the Laser Pointer
from the Laser Light Window. When the LASER button is
pressed, the laser light goes on. When the button is pressed
more than 1 minute or the button is released, light goes off.
Laser light is emitted with the RED light which tells the laser
beam being emitted. The laser emitted is a class laser;
therefore, do not look into the Laser Light Window or shine the
laser beam on yourself or other people. The three marks to the
right are the caution labels for the laser beam.
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
POWER
ZOOM
SIDE
FOCUS VOLUME
MUTE D.ZOOM COMPUTER
MENU
VIDEO
ALL OFF
4
2
3
1
ON
FRONT
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7
6
5
9
8
12
10
LASER
11
LASER POINTER 13
button
KEY STONE
NO SHOW
AUTO IMAGE
FREEZE
NORMAL
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18
14
15
17
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2
3
4
5
6
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8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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POWER ON/OFF BUTTON
Used to turn the projector on or off.
ZOOM BUTTONS
Used to operate power zoom lens.
FOCUS BUTTONS
Used to operate power focus system.
VOLUME BUTTONS
Used to adjust volume.
SOUND MUTE BUTTON
Used to mute sound.
DIGITAL ZOOM BUTTONS
Used to operate digital zoom function.
COMPUTER SELECT BUTTON
Used to select computer mode. (Computer 1 or Computer 2 Input)
MENU BUTTON
This button will activate the MENU operation. Use this button, the POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT button and the
SELECT button to make adjustments to the projector's setting in MENU operation.
VIDEO SELECT BUTTON
Used to select video mode.
POINTING PAD (POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON)
When in use as a remote for the projector
To select an item on the MENU that you want to adjust. To select an item, move the arrow by pressing the pad
upward, downward, leftward or rightward. When pressing the center of this button, it works as the SELECT button.
When in use as a wireless mouse
Used to move the pointer. The pointer is moved according to the direction you are pressing.
SELECT BUTTON
When in use as a remote for the projector.
This button has different functions depending on when used. This button is used to execute the item selected, to
increase or decrease the values in certain items such as CONTRAST or BRIGHTNESS.
When in use as a wireless mouse
This button has the same function as the left button in a PC mouse.
FRONT CLICK BUTTON
When in use as a remote for the projector
Used to compress the image in D.ZOOM mode.
When in use as a wireless mouse
This button has the same function as the right button in a PC mouse.
LASER BUTTON
Used to operate laser pointer function. The laser beam is emitted while pressing this button within 1 minute. When
using the laser pointer for more than 1 minute, release the button and press it again.
NO SHOW BUTTON
Used to change the screen into black image.
KEYSTONE BUTTONS
Used to revise the keystone distortion.
FREEZE BUTTON
Used this button to freeze on-screen image.
AUTO IMAGE BUTTON
Used to operate the AUTO IMAGE function.
NORMAL BUTTON
Used to reset to normal picture adjustment preset by factory.
ALL-OFF SWITCH
Turn this switch to "ALL OFF" when the Remote Control is not used for extended period.
BEFORE OPERATION
Remote Control Battery Installation
1
2
Remove the battery
compartment lid.
Slide the batteries into the
compartment.
3
Replace the compartment lid.
Note : For correct polarity (+ and terminal), be sure the battery
terminals are in contact with the
pins in the compartment.
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Using the Remote Control Unit
Point the remote control toward the projector (Receiver window) when pressing the buttons. Maximum operating range for
the remote control is about 16.4' (5 m) and 60° front and rear of the projector.
16.4'
(5 m)
60°
16.4'
(5 m)
60°
To insure safe operation, please observe the following precautions:
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Use (2) AA, UM3 or R06 type alkaline batteries.
Change two batteries at the same time.
Do not use a new battery with a used battery.
Avoid contact with water.
Do not drop the remote control unit.
If batteries have leaked on the remote control, carefully wipe the case clean and load new
batteries.
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BEFORE OPERATION
CONTROL THE PROJECTOR
The projector has two types of operation: DIRECT OPERATION and MENU OPERATION.
DIRECT OPERATION allows you to operate the projector by using one button without showing the MENU.
In MENU OPERATION mode, you display menus where you can adjust the projector's settings. Follow the instruction for
each control.
DIRECT OPERATION
TOP CONTROL OF
THE PROJECTOR
REMOTE CONTROL
POWER ON/OFF
POWER ON-OFF
POWER ON-OFF
MODE SELECT
COMPUTER
VIDEO
COMPUTER
VIDEO
SOUND VOLUME
VOLUME (+) and (–)
VOLUME (+) and (–)
ADJUST ITEM
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SOUND MUTE
ZOOM
ZOOM (▲) and (▼)
ZOOM (▲) and (▼)
FOCUS
FOCUS (▲) and (▼)
FOCUS (▲) and (▼)
DIGITAL ZOOM
D. ZOOM (▲) and (▼)
KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE (▲) and (▼)
NO SHOW
NO SHOW
FREEZE PICTURE
FREEZE
AUTO IMAGE
NORMAL PICTURE
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MUTE
AUTO IMAGE
AUTO IMAGE
NORMAL
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MENU OPERATION
ADJUST ITEM
MODE SELECT
TOP CONTROL OF
THE PROJECTOR
REMOTE CONTROL
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
1. COMPUTER/VIDEO MODE
ADJUST ITEM
SOUND
SOUND VOLUME
SOUND MUTE
LANGUAGE
SETTING
BLUE BACK
DISPLAY
CEILING
REAR
SPLIT WIPE
POWER MANAGEMENT
REMOTE CONTROL
LAMP AGE
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TOP CONTROL OF
THE PROJECTOR
REMOTE CONTROL
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
TOP CONTROL OF
THE PROJECTOR
REMOTE CONTROL
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
2. VIDEO MODE
ADJUST ITEM
COLOR SYSTEM
VIDEO SOURCE
PICTURE IMAGE
COLOR
TINT
WHITE BALANCE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
SHARPNESS
PICTURE SCREEN
WIDE
REGULAR
KEYSTONE
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3. COMPUTER MODE
ADJUST ITEM
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TOP CONTROL OF
THE PROJECTOR
REMOTE CONTROL
COMPUTER SYSTEM
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
AUTO IMAGE
FINE SYNC
TOTAL DOTS
POSITION
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
PICTURE IMAGE
FINE SYNC
TOTAL DOTS
WHITE BALANCE
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
PICTURE POSITION
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN
SELECT
PC ADJUSTMENT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
PICTURE SCREEN
TRUE
DIGITAL ZOOM
KEYSTONE
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN
MENU
POINT LEFT/RIGHT
SELECT
POINT UP/DOWN
SELECT
SELECT
FRONT CLICK
POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN
NOTES :
1. If you switch to DIRECT operation by pressing a DIRECT operation button while in MENU mode, the menus will
disappear and the MENU operation will end.
2. You can use the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT or the TOP CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR to operate the MENU
operation.
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BASIC OPERATION
TURNING ON/OFF THE PROJECTOR
TO TURN ON THE PROJECTOR
Connect the projector to a source (Computer, VCR, Video Camera, Video Disc Player, etc.) using the appropriate
terminals on the rear of the projector. (See "CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR" section on pages 11-18).
Connect the projector's AC power cord into a wall outlet and turn the MAIN ON/OFF switch (located on the rear of the
projector) to the ON position. The LAMP POWER indicator will light RED, the READY indicator will light GREEN.
Press the POWER ON/OFF button on the remote control unit or on the projector to
ON. The LAMP POWER indicator light will dim and the cooling fans will operate. The
wait display appears on the screen and the count-down starts (30-29-28-...1). The
signal from the source appears after 30 seconds.
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CAUTION:
TO MAINTAIN THE LIFE OF THE LAMP, ONCE YOU HAVE TURNED IT ON, WAIT AT LEAST 5 MINUTES
BEFORE TURNING IT OFF.
NOTE: TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR flashes red, the projector will automatically turn off.
Wait at least 5 minutes before turning the projector on.
If the TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR continued to flash, follow the procedures below:
(1). Press POWER ON/OFF button to OFF.
(2). Check the air filter for dust accumulation.
(3). Remove dust with vacuum cleaner. (See "AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING" section on page 49).
(4). Press POWER ON/OFF button to ON.
If the TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR still continues to flash, call your authorized dealer or service
station.
TO TURN OFF THE PROJECTOR
Press the POWER ON/OFF button on the remote control unit or on the projector.
The "Power off ?'' appears on the screen. Press again the POWER ON/OFF button
to turn OFF the projector. The LAMP POWER indicator will light bright and READY
indicator will turn off. The cooling fans will operate for approximate 2 minutes after
the projector is turned off. (During this "cooling down" period, the projector cannot be
turned on.) The READY indicator will light green again and the projector may be
turned on by pressing the POWER ON/OFF button. To power down completely, turn
the MAIN ON/OFF switch (located on the rear of the projector) to the OFF position.
DIRECT OPERATION
MODE SELECT
Press the COMPUTER and VIDEO button on the projector or on the
remote control unit to select Computer 1, Computer 2 or Video Input.
The "Computer 1", "Computer 2" or "Video" display will appear on the
screen for a few seconds.
COMPUTER button
VIDEO button
Computer 1
Video
Computer 2
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SOUND VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
Press the VOLUME buttons on the remote control unit or on the projector to adjust
the volume. The volume display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds.
Pressing volume (+) will increase volume and increase the number on the screen.
Pressing volume (-) will decrease volume and decrease the number on the screen.
SOUND MUTE FUNCTION
Pressing the MUTE button on the remote control unit will mute audio. Press the
MUTE button again to restore audio to its previous level. The mute display will be
displayed on the screen for a few seconds.
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ZOOM ADJUSTMENT
Press the ZOOM (▲) or (▼) button on the remote control unit or on the projector to
obtain your desired picture size. For a larger picture, press (▲) and for a smaller
picture, press (▼).
FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
Press the FOCUS (▲) or (▼) button on the remote control unit or on the projector
for a sharper, crisper picture.
DIGITAL ZOOM FUNCTION
Press the D. ZOOM (▲) or (▼) button on the remote control unit. The "D.zoom"
and the magnifying-glass icon is displayed to indicate Digital zoom mode. Digital
zoom mode can be adjust the image size or pan the image.
To expand the image size, press D. ZOOM (▲). The image is magnified by
degrees (Expand function).
To compress the image size, press D. ZOOM (▼) button. The size of image is
reduced by degrees (Compress function).
To pan the image, press POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT (POINTING PAD)
button. The image move to the direction indicated (Panning function).
See page 45 for more detail.
D. zoom
KEYSTONE FUNCTION
If the picture have keystone distortion, correct screen with KEYSTONE adjustment.
Press the KEYSTONE (▲) or (▼) button on the remote control unit or select the
Keystone on the SCREEN menu. (See pages 35 and 45). The "Keystone" is
displayed to indicate Keystone mode.
Press the KEYSTONE (▲) button or the POINT UP button to reduce the upper part
of the image, and the KEYSTONE (▼) button or the POINT DOWN button to
reduce the lower part.
Press the NORMAL button in keystone mode, the image changed to the original
image (not correct keystone distortion).
Reduce the upper width with the KEYSTONE
(▲) button or the POINT UP button.
Keystone
The message disappears
after 4 seconds.
Reduce the lower width with the KEYSTONE
(▼) button or the POINT DOWN button.
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NO SHOW FUNCTION
Press the NO SHOW button on the remote control unit. The screen will change into
black image and the "NO SHOW" is displayed on the screen for a few seconds.
This function is cancelled when the NO SHOW button is pressed again or any other
function button is pressed.
FREEZE PICTURE FUNCTION
Press the FREEZE button on the remote control unit to freeze the picture on screen. This function is cancelled when the
FREEZE button is pressed again or any other button is pressed.
NOTE: Your computer or video equipment is not affected by this function, and will continue to run.
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AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION
Press the AUTO IMAGE button on the remote control unit or on the projector. The item(s) indicated "ON" in the AUTO
IMAGE FUNCTION are adjusted automatically.
If all the items in AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION are "OFF", AUTO IMAGE SETTING display appears. If you wish to operate
the AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION, perform the steps 3 - 9 of "AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION" section on page 38.
NORMAL PICTURE FUNCTION
The normal picture image level is factory preset on the projector and can be
restored anytime by pressing the NORMAL button on the remote control unit. The
"Normal" display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds.
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MENU OPERATION
In MENU OPERATION mode, you display menus where you can adjust the projector's settings. You can use the TOP
CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR or the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
TOP CONTROL OF
THE PROJECTOR
POINT UP
BUTTON
POWER
ZOOM
FOCUS VOLUME
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power
MENU
computer
VIDEO
volume
video
MENU
BUTTON
menu
MENU
BUTTON
auto
image
LASER
KEY STONE
NO SHOW
zoom
POINT LEFT
BUTTON
SELECT
BUTTON
focus
POINT RIGHT
BUTTON
SELECT
BUTTON
AUTO IMAGE
FREEZE
NORMAL
POINT DOWN
BUTTON
POINT (UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT) BUTTON
Pressing the button upward, downward,
leftward or rightward.
MODE SELECT
You can select a mode from MAIN MENU display among computer 1, computer 2 and video.
1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select Computer or Video and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another
dialog box MODE DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow to the mode you want (computer 1, computer 2 or video) to use by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN
BUTTON(s) and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
MODE DISPLAY
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
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SOUND ADJUSTMENT
You can adjust the sound volume and sound mute ON/OFF switch in the MENU display.
1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SOUND and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
SOUND ADJUST DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s).
5. To increase the sound volume, point the arrow to ▲ and then press the SELECT BUTTON. To decrease the sound
volume, point the arrow to ▼ and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
6. To mute the sound, point the arrow to Mute and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The display is changed On and
mute the sound.
7. To quit the MENU, point to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
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MAIN MENU DISPLAY
SOUND ADJUST
DISPLAY
LANGUAGE ADJUSTMENT
A language in the MENU display can be selected among English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese.
1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select LANGUAGE and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog
box LANGUAGE SETTING DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow to the language you want to use by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) and then press the
SELECT BUTTON.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
LANGUAGE
SETTING DISPLAY
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VIDEO MODE
COLOR SYSTEM SELECT
This projector is compatible with the six major broadcast video standards: PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL-M
and PAL-N (COLOR SYSTEMs). When the color system is set to "Auto position", this projector can detect one of 4
systems (PAL, SECAM, NTSC or NTSC 4.43) automatically. However, if the video signal is not strong enough to detect
the video format, the projector may not reproduce the proper video image. In case this happens, this projector allows
you to choose a specific broadcast signal format.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the video equipment to the PROJECTOR and turn the projector on first.
Set MODE SELECT to "VIDEO MODE".
Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SYSTEM and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
COLOR SYSTEM DISPLAY will appear. The current COLOR SYSTEM is displayed in the system window.
5. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
6. To change the current COLOR SYSTEM, press the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to move the arrow to a desirable
system and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
7. The setting changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
COLOR SYSTEM
DISPLAY
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VIDEO MODE
VIDEO SOURCE SELECT
This projector is compatible with 4 types video source input: Composite Video, S-Video, Component Video (Y, Cb, Cr)
and Component Video (Y, Pb, Pr).
When the video source is set to "Auto" position this projector can detect one of 3 types Composite Video, S-Video and
Component Video (Y, Cb,Cr) automatically. However, if the input video source is Component Video (Y, Pb, Pr), the
projector may not detect the video source.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the video equipment to the PROJECTOR and turn the projector on first.
Set MODE SELECT to "VIDEO MODE".
Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select VIDEO SOURCE and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another
dialog box VIDEO SOURCE DISPLAY will appear. The current VIDEO SOURCE is displayed in the window.
5. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
6. To change the current VIDEO SOURCE, press the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to move the arrow to a desirable
video source and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
7. The setting changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off.
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MAIN MENU DISPLAY
VIDEO SOURCE
DISPLAY
COMPONENT VIDEO SYSTEM SELECT
When you select the "Y, Pb, Pr" by video source select. You must select the component video system (1080i, 1035i,
720p, 575p, 480p).
1. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SYSTEM and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
COMPONENT VIDEO SYSTEM DISPLAY will appear. The current SYSTEM is displayed in the system window.
2. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
3. To change the current SYSTEM, press the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to move the arrow to a desirable system
and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
COMPONENT VIDEO
SYSTEM DISPLAY
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PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
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Picture adjustments have been preset at the factory. If you want to change the setting, operate the projector as follows.
1. Press MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select IMAGE and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
IMAGE ADJUST DISPLAY will appear. This shows the current picture settings.
3. In this dialog box, you can adjust the settings by increasing or decreasing the levels shown as numbers. The items and
the range of the levels that you can adjust are summarized in the table below.
4. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
5. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s).
6. To increase the level, point the arrow to ▲ and then press the SELECT BUTTON. To decrease the level, point the
arrow to ▼ and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
7. You may want to store the settings in the memory so that you can recall them later. To store the settings, move the
arrow to Stored and then press the SELECT BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for
confirmation.
8. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN
ON/OFF is switched off.
9. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
10.If you do not want to store the settings, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The settings
changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off.
11.To recall the settings from the memory that you have stored, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT
BUTTON. When you have reset the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then
press the SELECT BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed.
NOTE : "TINT" will be skipped in the PAL, SECAM, PAL-M and PAL-N mode.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
IMAGE
ADJUST DISPLAY
TABLE OF PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
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COLOR
DECREASES
0
63 INCREASES
TINT
MORE PURPLE
0
63 MORE GREEN
WHITE BALANCE (R/G/B)
DECREASES
0
63 INCREASES
CONTRAST
LIGHTER
0
63 DEEPER
BRIGHTNESS
DARKER
0
63 BRIGHTER
SHARPNESS
SOFTER
0
31 SHARPER
VIDEO MODE
PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT
This projector has a picture screen resize function, which enables you to display the image in desirable size.
WIDE function
This projector is able to project not only a normal video image (with 4 x 3 aspect ratio), but also a wider video image by
compressing 4 x 3 image. This feature enable you to enjoy watching pictures like cinema images. You can switch either
to WIDE or to REGULAR screen mode.
1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SCREEN and press the SELECT BUTTON.
Another dialog box SCREEN ADJUST DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. To switch to "Wide" mode, move the arrow to Wide by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) and then press the
SELECT BUTTON.
5. To switch to "Regular" mode, move the arrow to Regular by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) and then
press the SELECT BUTTON.
6. When the image is distorted vertically, move the arrow to Keystone by pressing POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) and
then press SELECT BUTTON. The "Keystone" is displayed to indicate Keystone mode.
7. Press the POINT UP BUTTON to reduce the upper part of the image, and the POINT DOWN BUTTON to reduce the
lower part. (See "KEYSTONE FUNCTION" section on page 28).
8. Press the NORMAL BUTTON in keystone mode, the image changed to original image (not correct keystone
distortion).
NOTE: The "WIDE" function cannot be operated when "Y, Pb, Pr" is selected on the VIDEO SOURCE SELECT menu.
(See page 33).
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MAIN MENU DISPLAY
SCREEN ADJUST
DISPLAY
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COMPUTER MODE
COMPUTER SYSTEM SELECT
This projector is adjustable to different types of computer display signals based on VGA, SVGA, XGA or SXGA (See
"COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS" on the next page). If you set MODE SELECT to "COMPUTER", the
projector will automatically process the incoming signal and projects the proper image without any special setting.
Although this will work in most cases, you may be required to manually set the projector for some computer signals. If the
computer image is not reproduced properly, try the following procedure and switch to the computer display mode that you
want to use.
1. Connect the COMPUTER to the PROJECTOR and turn the projector on first.
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2. Set MODE SELECT to "COMPUTER MODE (1 or 2)". This shows the current display mode initially detected by the
projector in the system window. And "Current mode" display appears.
NOTE : 1. If the projector cannot discriminate or detect the input signal from the computer, the "Go PC adj." display
appears.
NOTE : 2. If no input signal from the computer, the "No signal" display appears.
3. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
4. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SYSTEM and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
COMPUTER SYSTEM DISPLAY will appear.
5. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
6. If you want to change the current display mode, move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to
select one of the modes.
7. Press the SELECT BUTTON to change the display mode.
8. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
XGA 1
COMPUTER
SYSTEM
DISPLAY
CURRENT MODE
DISPLAY
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
When the mark ( ) is displayed as BLACK, computer
system mode will be available on the next page. Move
an arrow to the mark (
) and press the SELECT
BUTTON to show computer system mode described on
the next page.
PC ADJUSTMENT
This is a special function that may be used when a computer image is not reproduced properly. (See pages 41 ~ 44 for
more detail).
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COMPUTER MODE
COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS
ON-SCREEN
RESOLUTION
DISPLAY
H-Freq.
(kHz)
V-Freq.
(Hz)
ON-SCREEN
RESOLUTION
DISPLAY
H-Freq.
(kHz)
V-Freq.
(Hz)
VGA1
640 x 480
31.47
VGA2
720 x 400
31.47
70.09
VGA3
640 x 400
31.47
70.09
XGA13
1024 x 768
46.90
58.20
VGA4
640 x 480
37.86
74.38
XGA14
1024 x 768
47.00
58.30
VGA5
640 x 480
37.86
72.81
XGA15
1024 x 768
58.03
72.00
VGA6
640 x 480
37.50
75.00
Mac19
1024 x 768
60.24
75.08
VGA7
640 x 480
43.269
85.00
SXGA1
1152 x 864
64.20
70.40
Mac LC13
640 x 480
34.97
66.60
SXGA2
1280 x 1024
62.50
58.60
Mac13
640 x 480
35.00
66.67
SXGA3
1280 x 1024
63.90
60.00
50.00
SXGA4
1280 x 1024
63.34
59.98
SXGA5
1280 x 1024
63.74
60.01
SXGA6
1280 x 1024
71.69
67.19
SXGA7
1280 x 1024
81.13
76.107
SXGA8
1280 x 1024
63.98
60.02
SXGA9
1280 x 1024
79.976
75.025
SXGA10
1280 x 960
60.00
60.00
SXGA11
1152 x 900
61.20
65.20
SXGA12
1152 x 900
71.40
75.60
SXGA13
1280 x 1024
50.00
86.00
15.625
RGB
59.88
(Interlace)
15.734
RGB
60.00
(Interlace)
SVGA1
800 x 600
35.156
56.25
SVGA2
800 x 600
37.88
60.32
SVGA3
800 x 600
46.875
75.00
SVGA4
800 x 600
53.674
85.06
SVGA5
800 x 600
48.08
72.19
SVGA6
800 x 600
37.90
61.03
SVGA7
800 x 600
34.50
55.38
SVGA8
800 x 600
38.00
60.51
SVGA9
800 x 600
38.60
60.31
SVGA10
SVGA11
Mac16
800 x 600
800 x 600
832 x 624
32.70
38.00
49.72
XGA12
1024 x 768
35.522
86.96
(Interlace)
(Interlace)
SXGA14
1280 x 1024
51.09
SXGA15
1280 x 1024
63.37
60.01
60.51
SXGA16
1280 x 1024
76.97
72.00
74.55
SXGA17
1152 x 900
61.85
66.00
SXGA18
1280 x 1024
46.43
86.70
XGA1
1024 x 768
48.36
60.00
XGA2
1024 x 768
68.677
84.997
XGA3
1024 x 768
60.023
75.03
XGA4
1024 x 768
56.47
70.07
XGA5
1024 x 768
60.31
74.92
XGA6
1024 x 768
48.50
60.02
XGA7
1024 x 768
44.00
54.58
XGA8
1024 x 768
63.48
79.35
XGA9
1024 x 768
36.00
87.17
(Interlace)
XGA10
1024 x 768
62.04
77.07
XGA11
1024 x 768
61.00
75.70
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50.00
94.00
(Interlace)
(Interlace)
SXGA19
1280 x 1024
63.79
60.18
SXGA20
1280 x 1024
91.146
85.024
Mac21
1152 x 870
68.68
75.06
Mac
1280 x 960
75.00
75.08
Mac
1280 x 1024
80.00
75.08
HDTV720p
45.00
60.00
HDTV1035i
33.75
60.00
(Interlace)
HDTV1080i
33.75
60.00
(Interlace)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
NOTE: Basically this projector can accept the signal from all computers with the above mentioned V, H-Frequency and
less than 165 MHz of Dot Clock.
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COMPUTER MODE
AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION
The Auto image function is provided to automatically adjust Fine sync., Total dots and Screen position for most
computers.
NOTE: This AUTO IMAGE function cannot be operated when "RGB", "HDTV1035i" or "HDTV1080i" is selected on the
COMPUTER SYSTEM SELECT menu. (See pages 36 ~ 37).
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1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select AUTO IMAGE and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog
box AUTO IMAGE SETTING DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow to an item(s) you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s).
5. Change the setting "On" , press the SELECT BUTTON.
6. Move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to select "Go!" and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
The auto image function is started now. It will take about 10 seconds.
7. To store the settings, move the arrow to Stored and then press the SELECT BUTTON. When you have stored the
settings, "OK?" is displayed for confirmation.
8. Move the arrow to "Yes" and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN
ON/OFF is switched off.
9. To quit the MENU, point to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
10.This setting is temporarily effective until you turn off the projector or change the input signal.
NOTE: The fine sync., total dots and screen position of some computers may not be fully adjusted with the "Auto Image
Function." In that case, use the "Picture Image" and/or "Picture Position" adjustments (see pages 39 ~ 40) to
make fine-adjust them after the "Auto Image Function" is executed.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
AUTO IMAGE SETTING
DISPLAY
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COMPUTER MODE
PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
Picture adjustments have been preset at the factory. If you want to change the setting, operate the projector as follows.
1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select IMAGE and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
IMAGE ADJUST DISPLAY will appear. This shows the current picture settings.
3. In this dialog box, you can adjust the settings by increasing or decreasing the levels shown as numbers. The items
and the range of the levels that you can adjust are summarized in the table below.
4. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
5. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s).
6. To increase the level, point the arrow to ▲ and then press the SELECT BUTTON. To decrease the level, point the
arrow to ▼ and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
7. You may want to store the settings in the memory so that you can recall them later. To store the settings, move the
arrow to Stored and then press the SELECT BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for
confirmation.
8. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN
ON/OFF is switched off.
9. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
10.If you do not want to store the settings, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The settings
changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off.
11.To recall the settings from the memory that you have stored, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT
BUTTON. When you have reset the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then
press the SELECT BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed.
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NOTE: The "Fine sync." and "Total dots" cannot be fully adjusted when "RGB", "HDTV1035i" or "HDTV1080i" is
selected on the COMPUTER SYSTEM SELECT menu. (See pages 36 ~ 37).
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
IMAGE ADJUST
DISPLAY
NOTE:
The projector may not reproduce a proper
image for some SXGA signals.
Since SXGA (1280 x 1024) image is
converted to 960 x 768 image by partial scan,
some lines and dots of the image do not
appear.
Some video noise of flicker on this
compressed SXGA image cannot be
eliminated even though you try to make a
Fine sync adjustment.
TABLE OF PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
FINE SYNC
Adjust the picture as necessary to eliminate
0
flicker from the display.
TOTAL DOTS
The number of the total dots in one horizontal period. Adjust the
number to match your PC image.
WHITE BALANCE (R/G/B)
DECREASE
0
63 INCREASE
CONTRAST
LIGHTER
0
63 DEEPER
BRIGHTNESS
DARKER
0
63 BRIGHTER
127
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COMPUTER MODE
PICTURE POSITION ADJUSTMENT
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1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select POSITION and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
POSITION SETTING DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow to a desirable direction (
,
,
or
) by pressing the POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN
BUTTON(s) and press the SELECT BUTTON to a desirable picture position.
5. You may want to store the settings to the memory so that you can recall them later. To store the settings, move the
arrow to Stored and then press the SELECT BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for
confirmation.
6. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN
ON/OFF is switched off.
7. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
8. If you do not want to store the settings, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The settings
changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off.
9. To recall the settings from the memory that you have stored, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT
BUTTON. When you have reset the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then
press the SELECT BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
POSITION SETTING
DISPLAY
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COMPUTER MODE
PC ADJUSTMENT
This projector can automatically detect display signals from most personal computers currently distributed. However,
some computers employ a special signal format which is different from the standard one and the projector cannot detect
it. If this happens, the projector cannot reproduce a proper image. And a flickering picture, a non-synchronized picture, a
non-centered picture or a skewed picture may be projected instead.
For those non-standard formats, this projector is provided with PC ADJUST, enabling you to precisely adjust several
parameters to match with the input signal format. The projector has eight independent memory areas where you can
store the parameter you have set. This enables you to recall the setting for a specific computer when you need it.
NOTE: This PC ADJUSTMENT function cannot be operated when "RGB", "HDTV1035i" or "HDTV1080i" is selected on
the COMPUTER SYSTEM SELECT menu. (See pages 36 ~ 37).
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1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select PC ADJUST and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog
box "Where to reserve" will appear.
3. In this dialog box, you will select one of the memory areas from among "Mode 1" to "Mode 8". If parameters have
been previously set and stored in the memory, the status "Stored" will appear on the corresponding row. If not, "Free"
will appear.
4. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
5. Move the arrow to one of the "Modes" (Free position) where you want to store the parameters by pressing the POINT
UP/DOWN BUTTON(s). Press the SELECT BUTTON to select it.
NOTE : If "Stored" appears in all Modes, no new PC parameter data can be stored. In this case, clear the PC parameter
data using Mode free Function. (See page 44).
Continued to the next page.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
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COMPUTER MODE
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6. Another dialog box "PC ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY 1" will appear and the parameter data for the Mode you have
selected is shown in this dialog box.
7. The parameters will be filled with the data determined by the projector according to the present signal input.
8. The function of the parameters and their values are summarized in the table as below.
9. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s).
10.To increase the level, point the arrow to ▲ and then press the SELECT BUTTON. To decrease the level, point the
arrow to ▼ and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
11.If you want to store the settings in the memory, move the arrow to Stored and press the SELECT BUTTON. When you
have stored the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT
BUTTON.
12.To recall the parameter data before setting, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT BUTTON. When
you have reset the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT
BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed.
13.To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
14.If you quit the MENU without storing the settings in the memory, the parameter data you changed will not be kept.
15.The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off.
16.Adjust the data such as a "Clamp", "Fine sync", "Display area", "Horiz. scale" and "Vert. scale" if needed, move the
arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to select (▼). Press the SELECT BUTTON.
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MAIN MENU DISPLAY
PC ADJUSTMENT
DISPLAY 1
1
630
1056
47
4
OK ?
Yes
No
ITEM
FUNCTION
TOTAL LINES
The number of the total vertical lines. Adjust the number to match your PC image.
TOTAL DOTS
The number of the total dots in one horizontal period. Adjust the number to match your PC image.
HORIZONTAL
Adjustment of the horizontal picture position. When the image is not centered on the screen, adjust this.
VERTICAL
Adjustment of the vertical picture position. When the image is not centered on the screen, adjust this.
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COMPUTER MODE
17. Another dialog box "PC ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY 2" will appear and the parameter data for the Mode you have selected
is shown in this dialog box.
18. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s).
19. To increase the level, point the arrow to ▲ and then press the SELECT BUTTON. To decrease the level, point the
arrow to ▼ and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
20. If you want to store the settings in the memory, move the arrow to Stored and press the SELECT BUTTON. When you
have stored the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT
BUTTON.
21. To recall the parameter data before setting, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT BUTTON. When you
have reset the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT
BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed.
22. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
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23. If you quit the MENU without storing the settings in the memory, the parameter data you changed will not be kept.
24. The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
1
630
NOTE: The "Display area", "Horiz. scale" and " Vert. scale"
cannot be adjusted when "HDTV1035i" or
"HDTV1080i" is selected on the COMPUTER
SYSTEM SELECT menu. (See pages 36 ~ 37).
1. To adjust the display area, move the
arrow by pressing the POINT
UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to select ( )
and press the SELECT BUTTON.
2. Another dialog box "DISPLAY AREA
DISPLAY" will appear.
3. Move the arrow to an item that you
want to select display area by pressing
the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s)
and press the SELECT BUTTON.
Selected mode data will be displayed
in H, V box.
4. To close dialog, move the arrow to
"Quit" and press the SELECT
BUTTON.
ITEM
1056
47
4
300
640 X 480
0
720 X 400
PC ADJUSTMENT
DISPLAY 2
800 X 600
1024 X 768
1152 X 864
1280 X 1024
FUNCTION
CLAMP
Adjustment of the clamp level. When the image has a dark bar, try this adjustment.
FINE SYNC
Adjust the picture as necessary to eliminate flicker from the display.
DISPLAY AREA
Adjustment the display area to match your PC.
HORIZ. SCALE
Expanding or compressing level for the horizontal direction.
VERT. SCALE
Expanding or compressing level for the vertical direction.
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COMPUTER MODE
MODE FREE
The Mode free function is provided to confirm or clear the parameter data produced by PC ADJUST.
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1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select PC ADJUST and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog
box "Where to reserve" will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow to one of the "Modes" (Stored position) that you want to confirm by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN
BUTTON(s). Press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box "PC ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY" will appear.
5. To quit the MENU, point to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
6. To modify the parameter data, perform the steps 9 ~ 24 of PC ADJUSTMENT SECTION.
7. To clear the parameter data, move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to select Mode free.
Press the SELECT BUTTON. "OK?" is displayed for confirmation.
8. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT BUTTON to clear the parameter data.
9. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
Stored
PC ADJUSTMENT
DISPLAY
1
Stored
630
1056
47
4
OK ?
Yes
No
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COMPUTER MODE
PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT
This projector has a picture screen resize function, which enables you to display the image in desirable size.
1. Press MENU BUTTON and MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SCREEN and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
SCREEN ADJUST DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow to the function that you want to adjust.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
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SCREEN ADJUST
DISPLAY
Digital zoom
D. zoom
1. To adjust the image size or pan the image, move the arrow to Digital zoom by
pressing POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) and then press SELECT BUTTON. MAIN
MENU DISPLAY and SCREEN ADJUST DISPLAY will disappeared and "D.zoom"
and the magnifying-glass icon is displayed.
2. Move the magnifying-glass icon by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT (POINTING PAD) BUTTON(s).
3. To expand the image, press SELECT BUTTON. The image is magnified by degrees (Expand function).
4. To compress the image size, press FRONT CLICK button on the remote control unit. The size of image is reduced by
degrees (Compress function).
5. To pan the image, press POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT (POINTING PAD) BUTTON(s) and move the magnifyingglass icon.
6. To cancel the Digital Zoom mode, press other buttons (Except NORMAL BUTTON).
7. Press the NORMAL BUTTON in Digital zoom mode, the image size changed to the screen size (1024 x 768).
8. To turn the image size to true size (960 x 768 in SXGA, 1024 x 768 in XGA, 800 x 600 in SVGA and 640 x 480 in VGA),
move the arrow to True by pressing POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) and then press SELECT BUTTON. The image size
is turned to the true size.
NOTE: The "True" and "Digital zoom" cannot be operated when "RGB", "HDTV1035i" or "HDTV1080i" is selected on the
COMPUTER SYSTEM SELECT menu. (See pages 36 ~ 37).
Keystone
1. When the image is distorted vertically, move the arrow to Keystone by pressing POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) and
then press SELECT BUTTON. The "Keystone" is displayed to indicate Keystone mode.
2. Press the POINT UP BUTTON to reduce the upper part of the image, and the POINT DOWN BUTTON to reduce the
lower part. (See "KEYSTONE FUNCTION" section on page 28).
3. Press the NORMAL BUTTON in keystone mode, the image changed to original image (not correct keystone distortion).
● This projector cannot display in the resolution more than 1280 x 1024. If your computer's screen resolution is higher
than 1280 x 1024, reset the resolution to the lower.
● The image data of VGA (640 x 480), SVGA (800 x 600), or SXGA (1280 x 1024) is modified to fit the screen size in the
initial mode.
● When the original image size is larger than the screen size (1024 x 768), projector becomes Digital Zoom mode
automatically.
● The maximum size in expand mode is 7 times as large as the original screen size. (When original image size is smaller
than the screen size (1024 x 768).
● The minimum size in compress mode is the screen size (1024 x 768) in XGA or SXGA mode, 800 x 600 in SVGA mode
or 640 x 480 in VGA mode.
● Panning function can work only when the image is expanded.
● The normal "Panning Operation" may not function properly if the computer system prepared with the "PC Adjust" is
used.
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OTHER FUNCTION SETTING
This projector has other functions settings: Blue back, Display, Ceiling, Rear, Split wipe, Power management, Remote
control and Lamp age.
See the next page menus figure and settings.
BLUE BACK (On or Off)
When this function is in the "On" position, the projector will project a blue image without video noise on the screen when
the video source is unplugged or turned off.
DISPLAY (On or Off)
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these on-screen displays are very helpful, these may spoil the view if adjustments are made during presentations. To
avoid this, you can keep back certain displays by switching this function "Off". The followings are the displays that you
can hide.
● Wait Display
● Mute Display
● Keystone Display
● Mode Display
● Zoom/Focus Display
● No show Display
● Volume Display
● D.Zoom Display
● Normal Display
CEILING (On or Off)
T B
T B
When this function is in the "On" position, the top/bottom and the left/right
picture reverse capability lets you project from a ceiling-mounted projector.
L
R
REAR (On or Off)
When this function is in the "On" position, the left/right picture reverse capability
lets you project onto a rear projection screen.
R
L
SPLIT WIPE (On or Off)
Turn SPLIT WIPE function On in the SETTING menu. The picture will change into the next one by sliding black image
side ways when the input source is changed.
Change the input source by MODE button. The picture is replaced by black image from side ways to the center, and the
next one appears from the center to side ways like drawing the black curtains.
POWER MANAGEMENT (On or Off)
Power management will be turn the projector Lamp off when the input signal is interrupted (Picture is not displayed) over
5 minutes. This aims at saving power and Lamp life. The Lamp is automatically turned on when the signal is input.
To activate this function, turn the "Power management" in the SETTING menu "On".
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OTHER FUNCTION SETTING
REMOTE CONTROL CODE CHANGE (Mode 1 or Mode 2)
This projector can be operated with two different code, one is factory-set normal code (MODE 1) and the other one is
extended code (MODE 2).
This is used to prevent the remote control operation mixture (jam) when two projector and several remote control video
equipments are system-up and used together.
When you change the code MODE 2, you must change both projector and Remote Control Unit.
To change Projector code;
Set REMOTE CONTROL in SETTING menu (below figure) to "MODE 2".
Mode 1
To change Remote Control Unit code;
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Press both "MENU" and "NORMAL" button on the Remote Control Unit for over 10
seconds.
After code changed, make sure the Remote Control operation is functioning properly. To
go back to normal code (MODE 1), take same operation above.
Mode 2
Setting the Blue back, Display, Ceiling, Rear, Split wipe, Power management
and Remote control
1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SETTING and press the SELECT BUTTON. Another dialog box
SETTING DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow to an item you want to set by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s).
5. If you want to change the setting, press the SELECT BUTTON.
6. To quit the MENU, point to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
7. The settings are memorized even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
SETTING
DISPLAY
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OTHER FUNCTION SETTING
LAMP AGE
The Lamp age function is designed to reset the lamp replacement monitor timer. When replacing the lamp, reset the lamp
replacement monitor timer by using this function.
NOTE: Do not reset the LAMP REPLACEMENT MONITOR TIMER, except after the lamp is replaced.
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1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear.
2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SETTING and press the SELECT BUTTON.
Another dialog box SETTING DISPLAY will appear.
3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear.
4. Move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to select Lamp age and then press the SELECT
BUTTON. When you reset the lamp replace monitor, "lamp replace monitor reset?" is displayed for confirmation.
5. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT BUTTON, "OK?"is displayed for confirmation.
Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT BUTTON, the lamp replace monitor is reset.
6. Move the arrow to No and then press the SELECT BUTTON. The lamp replace monitor is not reset.
7. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT BUTTON.
MAIN MENU DISPLAY
SETTING
DISPLAY
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APPENDIX
MAINTENANCE
TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR
The TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR flashes red when the internal
temperature of the projector exceeds the normal temperature.
Possible causes for the temperature warning may be:
1. Ventilation slots of the projector are blocked. In such an event, reposition
the projector so that ventilation slots are not obstructed.
2. Air filter is clogged with dust particles. Remove dust from the air filter by
following instructions in the Air Filter Care and Cleaning section below.
3. If temperature warning indicator remains on after performing the checks
listed above, cooling fan/internal circuits may be malfunctioning. Request
service from an authorized dealer or service station.
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TEMPERATURE
WARNING
INDICATOR
AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING
The removable air filter prevents dust from accumulating on the surface of the projection lens and projection mirror.
Should the air filter become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce the cooling fan's effectiveness and may result in
internal heat build up and reduce the life of the projector.
To clean the air filter, follow the cleaning procedures below:
1. Turn the POWER ON/OFF button OFF.
2. Remove the air filter cover.
3. Remove the air filter from the filter cover.
4. Clean the air filter with a vacuum cleaner.
5. Replace the air filter. Make sure that air filter cover is fully inserted.
Do not clean with water. Doing so may damage the air filter.
Do not operate the projector with air filter removed.
AIR FILTER
COVER
AIR FILTER
RECOMMENDATION
AIR FILTER
COVER
TO ENJOY PICTURE IMAGE, USE THE PROJECTOR IN THE CLEAN
ENVIRONMENT. USAGE IN THE CLEAN ENVIRONMENT IS RECOMMENDED.
When used under the dusty or smoky conditions, dust may accumulate on the liquid
crystal panel and lens inside it, and may resultantly be projected on the screen together
with the picture.
When the above symptoms are noticed contact the place where your authorized dealer
or service station for the cleaning.
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APPENDIX
LAMP REPLACEMENT
If the lamp fails to come on and the lamp monitor on the projector light is orange, you must replace the lamp.
● For continued safety, replace with a lamp assembly of the same type.
● Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes before you open the lamp cover. The inside of the
projector can become very hot.
● Do not drop the lamp module or touch the glass bulb ! The glass can shatter and cause injury.
Follow these steps to replace the lamp assembly.
1. Turn off the projector and allow the projector to cool thoroughly.
2. Disconnect the AC cord from the projector.
3. Remove screw with a screwdriver and remove the lamp cover.
4. Remove 2 screws with a screwdriver and pull out the lamp assembly by
grasping the handle.
5. Replace the lamp assembly.
6. Tighten 3 screws to secure the lamp cover and the lamp assembly.
7. Connect the detachable AC cord to the projector.
8. Reset the lamp replacement monitor timer.
(See "LAMP AGE" section on page 48.)
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LAMP
REPLACEMENT
INDICATOR
NOTE: Do not reset the LAMP REPLACEMENT MONITOR TIMER, except
after the lamp is replaced.
LAMP
ASSEMBLY
LAMP
COVER
HANDLE
ORDER REPLACEMENT LAMP
Replacement Lamp can be ordered through your dealer. When ordering the Lamp, give the following information to the
dealer.
● Model No. of your projector
● Replacement Lamp Type No.
: Desktop Projector 9260/9240
: POA-LMP24 (Proxima Lamp No.: LAMP-016)
(Service Parts No. 610 282 2755)
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APPENDIX
CLEANING THE LENS
Follow these steps to clean the projection lens:
1. Apply a non-abrasive camera lens cleaner to a soft, dry cleaning cloth.
Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner.
Abrasive cleaners, solvents or other harsh chemicals might scratch the lens.
2. Lightly wipe the cleaning cloth over the lens.
3. When you are not using the projector, replace the lens cover.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Before calling your dealer or service station for assistance, check the items below once again.
1. Make sure you have connected the projector to your equipment as described in section "CONNECTING THE
PROJECTOR" on pages 11 ~ 18.
2. Check cable connections. Verify that all computer, video and power cords are properly connected.
3. Verify that power is switched on.
4. If the projector still does not display an image, re-start the computer.
5. If the image still does not display, unplug the projector from the computer and check the computer monitor's display.
The problem may be with your graphics controller rather than with the projector. (When you reconnect the projector,
remember to turn the computer and monitor off before you power up the projector. Power the equipment back up in
order of: Projector and computer)
6. If the problem still exists, check the following chart.
Problem:
No power.
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Try these Solutions:
●
●
●
●
●
Plug the projector into an AC outlet.
Turn the MAIN ON/OFF switch to ON.
Press the POWER ON/OFF switch to ON.
Be sure the READY INDICATOR light is ON.
Wait approximate 2 minutes after the projector is turned OFF before turning the
projector back on.
NOTE: After pressing the POWER ON/OFF button to OFF. The projector functions
as indicated.
1. The LAMP POWER indicator will light and the READY indicator will turn off.
2. After approximate 2 minutes, the READY indicator will light green again and the
projector may be turned on by pressing the POWER ON/OFF button.
● Check temperature warning indicator. If the indicator flashes red, the projector
cannot be turned on.
(See "BASIC OPERATION" section on page 27).
● Check the projection lamp.
● Replace the lamp cover. (Check the interlock switch inside of the lamp cover.)
Image is out of focus.
● Adjust the focus.
● Make sure the projection screen is at least 4.6' (1.4 m) from the projector.
● Check the projection lens to see if it needs cleaning.
NOTE: Moving the projector from a cool temperature location to a warm
temperature location may result in moisture condensation on the lens. In
such an event, leave the projector OFF and wait until condensation
disappears.
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Problem:
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Try these Solutions:
Picture is L/R Reversed.
Check Ceiling/Rear feature.
(See "OTHER FUNCTION SETTING" section on pages 46 ~ 47).
Picture is T/B inverted.
Check Ceiling feature.
(See "OTHER FUNCTION SETTING" section on pages 46 ~ 47).
Some displays are not seen
during the operation.
Check Display feature.
(See "OTHER FUNCTION SETTING" section on pages 46 ~ 47).
●
●
●
●
No sound.
Check audio cable connection from audio input source.
Adjust audio source.
Press the VOLUME (+) button.
Press the MUTE button.
Remote control unit does not
work.
● Check the batteries.
● Make sure nothing is blocking between the remote control sensor and
remote control unit.
● Make sure you are not too far from the projector when using the remote
control unit. Maximum operate range 16.4 ' (5 m).
● Check the ALL-OFF switch on the Remote Control Unit is set to "ON".
● Check the transmitted signal mode from the remote control unit.
(See "OTHER FUNCTION SETTING" section on pages 46 ~ 47).
Wireless mouse function
does not work.
● Check the cable connection between the projector and the computer.
● Check the mouse setting on your computer.
● Turn on the projector before you turn on the computer.
Where to Get Help :
If you still need help after checking the table above, you
should call your dealer's technical support line and
explain your problem.
If your dealer cannot solve your problem, please call
Proxima's customer service. The number is :
USA or Canada
Rest of Word
Phone (800) 447-7692
FAX (858) 457-9647
Phone (858) 457-5500
Europe
Support
Phone +31-43-358-5210
FAX +31-43-358-5202
www.proxima.com <http://www.proxima.com>
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In the event that your unit is determined to be defective,
you'll be issued a Return Authorization Number.
After you've received this number, send the unit, a copy
of your sales receipt, and a description of the problem,
freight prepaid, to Proxima. Clearly note the Return
Authorization Number on the outside of the shipping
box.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Projector Type
Proxima Desktop Projector 9260/9240
Dimensions (W x H x D)
10.7" (272 mm) x 6.1" (154 mm) x 16.2" (412.5 mm)
Net Weight
15.6 Ibs (7.1 kg)
LCD Panel System
1.3" TFT Active Matrix type x 3 panels
Number of Pixels
2,359,296 {786,432 (1,024 x 768) x 3}
Color System
6 color system (PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M and PAL-N)
Scanning Frequency
H-sync. 15 ~ 100 KHz, V-sync. 50 ~ 100 Hz
Projection Image Size (Diagonal)
Adjustable from 31" to 400"
Horizontal Resolution
800 TV lines
Projection Lens
F1.8 ~ 2.1 lens with f=48.4 mm ~ 62.8 mm Motor zoom and focus
Throw Distance
4.6' (1.4 m) ~ 47.3' (14.4 m)
Projection Lamp
200 watt type
AV Input Jacks
RCA Type 3 x 2 sets (Video, Audio R and L), (Y, Cb/Pb, Cr/Pr)
and DIN 4 pin (S-Video) x 1
Computer Input Jacks
(VGA) HDB 15 Terminal x 2, DIN 8 pin (Control port) x 2
Computer Output Jack
(VGA) HDB 15 Terminal
Computer Audio Input Jacks
Mini Stereo Type x 2
Other Jack
EXT. Speaker Jack (Stereo) x 1
Built-in Speaker
INT. SP. Stereo (R and L), 2 watt RMS (T.H.D.10%)
Image Elevation Adjustment
Up to 6 °
Voltage
100 ~ 120 V, 200 ~ 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
3.6/1.8 A (Max. Ampere)
Operating Temperature
41°F ~ 95°F ( 5°C ~ 35°C)
Storage Temperature
14°F ~ 140°F (-10°C ~ 60°C)
Remote Control Transmitters
Wireless Remote Control with Laser Beam (Class
Laser)
Max. Output 1mW/Wave Length 650 ± 20nm, batteries (2) AA, UM3 or R06 type.
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This symbol on the nameplate means the product is Listed by Underwriters
Laboratories Inc. It is designed and manufactured to meet rigid U.L. safety
standards against risk of fire, casualty and electrical hazards.
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Warranty
Proxima Corporation warrants that the Proxima® Desktop Projector Model 9260/9240 product
manufactured by Proxima is free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use during the
Warranty Period. The Warranty Period commences on the day of purchase by the end-user. The
Warranty Period is two years. The projector lamp is not covered by this Warranty.
Each Proxima product is manufactured from new parts, or new and some used parts. In some cases, the
product may have been delivered to another end-user and then returned. In all cases, the product has
undergone testing and quality inspection, and Proxima's full warranty terms apply.
The end-user's sales receipt or invoice showing the date of purchase of the product and the name of the
Reseller is proof of the date of purchase. The Warranty extends only to the original purchaser and is not
transferable.
During the Warranty Period, Proxima will, at no additional charge, repair or replace defective parts or at the
USA option of Proxima, replace the entire unit.
This Limited Warranty does not extend to any Proxima product that has been damaged or been rendered
defective (a) as a result of accident, misuse, or other abuse; (b) by the use of parts not manufactured or
sold by Proxima; or (c) by modification of the product; or (d) as a result servicing by non-authorized
personnel.
Limitation of Warranties
The foregoing warranty is expressly in lieu of any other express or implied warranties, including, without
limitation, warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. To the extent not prohibited by
law, all statutory warranties are hereby waived and excluded from this warranty. Proxima expressly
disclaims all warranties not stated in this Limited Warranty.
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For Americas:
Proxima Corporation
9440 Carroll Park Drive
San Diego, CA 92121
Ph:
(858) 457-5500
(800) 447-7692 (U. S. and Canada.)
Fax. (858) 457-9647
www.proxima.com <http://www.proxima.com>
Part No. 710-00843-1
1 /2000
610 282 2038 (1AA6P1P2055-- MF6F)
For Europe, Asia, Africa, Australasia:
ASK Proxima ASA
K. G. Meldahlsvei 9
Postboks 1403
N-1602 Fredrikstad
tel.
+47-69 34 01 55
fax.
+47-69 34 06 32
Technical Support & Service
Horsterweg 24
6191 RX Beek
The Netherlands
tel.
+31-43 358 5210
fax.
+31-43 358 5202
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