Runco 3Dimension D-113d Specifications

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3Dimension™ Series
D-113d
Full-HD Private Cinema Projection System
D-113d
D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope™
RuncoCare™ Standard Two Year Limited
Warranty
Congratulations on your purchase of a Runco® product! With proper installation, setup and care, you should enjoy many years
of unparalleled video performance.
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This Limited Warranty is provided free of charge by Runco International, LLC (“Runco”) with the purchase of a covered Runco
product. This Limited Warranty is applicable to all Runco projectors, processors, LCD display and plasma display products,
with the exception of the following models: XP-103DHD, SC-1 and SC-1a1. This Limited Warranty applies to purchases of
covered Runco products occurring on or after June 1, 2011.
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RuncoCare™ Limited Warranty Coverage
Runco warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship during the warranty period provided below. If
a product proves to be defective in material or workmanship during the warranty period, Runco will repair the product, replace
the product with a substantially similar new or like-new product, or refund a prorated share of the purchase price (calculated
based on the remainder of the warranty period and the then-current, most-recent MSRP2 of a similar product), if repair or
replacement of the product is determined by Runco to not be feasible.
Length of RuncoCare™ Warranty Period
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Runco products are warranted for two (2) years from the date of shipment from Runco. Lamps are warranted six (6) months
from the date of shipment or 1000 hours of use, whichever comes first. A replacement lamp is warranted for the remaining
portion (if any) of the original warranty period or ninety (90) days from the date it was shipped to you, whichever is longer. All
other accessories, which include but are not limited to cables, remotes, carrying cases, lens cap and other peripherals sold
with the Runco product, are warranted for ninety (90) days from the date of shipment.
RuncoCare™ Eligibility
This Limited Warranty is valid only in the country where the Product was originally purchased and for the buyer who originally
purchased the covered product from the authorized Runco dealer or distributor. This warranty is not transferable; it is not valid
for any subsequent buyer (if any). You may be required to provide proof of purchase in order to receive warranty services.
1. Runco may update this list of products excluded from this warranty from time to time at Runco’s sole discretion, but updates will
not apply on a retroactive basis.
2. MSRP is defined as the most recent product price listed on Runco’s price list.
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RuncoCare™ Standard Claim Procedure
• In the event of a product defect, please follow the claim procedure provided below:
A. Register your product if you have not yet done so. Visit http://www.runco.com/support/product-registration/ to
register the product.
B. Contact your original authorized dealer or distributor who sold the product.
C. The dealer/distributor will contact Runco Technical Support via email at support@runco.com or via phone at 1-80023-RUNCO (1-800-237-8626).
• The dealer/distributor will provide to Runco proof of purchase, serial number, product model number, description of the
problem and any troubleshooting steps already attempted.
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• Runco’s technical support staff will attempt to assist the dealer/distributor in troubleshooting any technical issues that might
be causing the product to malfunction. If Runco is unable to resolve the problem through troubleshooting, a Return Material
Authorization (RMA) number will be issued for the exchange of the defective product if it is determined that the claim is
covered by the warranty. Once an RMA has been created, RMA status is available at serviceorders@runco.com.
• If an RMA is issued, the dealer or customer will need to return the defective product to the Runco repair depot location
specified by the Runco technical support representative. The dealer or customer will need to properly package the defective
product in a suitable shipping container consisting of the product only, and not include any accessories (e.g., cables,
remotes, carrying cases, lens, lens cap and other peripherals). Boxes may be purchased from a Runco technical support
representative.
• The dealer or customer is responsible for paying freight charges and insurance to ship the defective product to the Runco
repair depot location. If there are any shipping damages, the dealer or customer will need to address and resolve any
shipping damage claims directly with the shipping company.
• Runco will not accept a returned product unless an RMA has been issued by Runco.
• For in-warranty repairs, Runco will pay freight charges to return the repaired/replacement product to the dealer/distributor
from the Runco repair depot. For select countries or geographies Runco will ship via an economy express service. Return
delivery time and availability may vary based on origin and destination, and Runco is unable to deliver to PO Box and FPO
Box addresses.
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• Note: in the 48 contiguous United States, other options for on-site service or advance exchange for the product may apply,
if you purchased the Runco PremierCare™ Service Plan.
What to Include with Your Return
1. Return only the defective product with the lamp (if applicable).
2. Runco will not be responsible for returning or replacing any accessories (e.g., cables, remotes, carrying cases, lens, lens
cap and other peripherals sold with the Runco product) that are returned with the defective product.
3. Repaired or replacement products will be shipped with a lamp (if applicable) but without any accessories.
RuncoCare™ Warranty Exclusions
This Limited Warranty does not include and is limited by the following:
1. Products not purchased from an authorized Runco dealer
2. Rental costs incurred by the customer in the event of product defect or failure
3. Any product with a defaced, modified, or removed serial number
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4. Damage, deterioration, or malfunction resulting from:
A. Accident, abuse, misuse, neglect, improper ventilation, fire, water, disaster, lightning, or other acts of nature, smoke
exposure (cigarette or otherwise), unauthorized product modification (including use of an unauthorized mount), or
failure to follow instructions supplied with the product
B. Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by Runco
C. Any damage to the product due to shipment
D. Removal or installation of the product
E. Causes external to the product, such as electric power fluctuations or failure
F. Use of supplies or parts (including lamps) that are not purchased from Runco or do not meet Runco’s specifications
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G. Normal wear and tear
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H. Expected lamp degradation and normal decrease in lamp output over a period of time or as the lamp is consumed
I.
Customer caused defects, including but not limited to, scratched/defaced/altered plastics
J.
Failure to follow maintenance procedures as outlined in the product’s user guide where a schedule is specified for
regular cleaning of the product
K. Opening the product and/or tampering with internal circuitry
L. Products lost, stolen or discarded
M. Any damage or dissatisfaction associated with latent images, “burnin,” or any other damage determined by Runco to
be the result of customer use patterns
N. Any other cause, which does not relate to a product defect in material or workmanship
5. Removal, installation, and set-up service charges are excluded from the warranty.
6. Black uniformity issues or other LCD issues associated with usage outside the Runco recommended guidelines and
specifications for the product.
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7. Bright or dark sub pixels that are characteristic of LCD technology and considered by Runco to be acceptable and within
Runco’s manufacturing specifications.
Specifically, it is not uncommon for one or more sub pixels to become bright or dark during or after the manufacturing
process. A bright sub pixel is one that remains in the on position, and a dark sub pixel is one that appears black or off. The
sub pixels are usually hard to see and will not detract from the display quality or usability at normal viewing distance. The
following are Runco’s criteria for identifying bright or dark sub pixels that would be considered unacceptable: a) the
number of bright or dark sub pixels; b) the location of the bright or dark sub pixels; c) the color of the bright sub pixels; and
d) the Runco model size. If sub pixels have been identified as unacceptable by Runco the LCD will be deemed faulty and
will be replaced if reported within the warranty period.
Other Terms and Conditions
1. If the defective product is not properly packaged and is damaged in transit during its return to Runco, you may be invoiced
for either the repair costs, if repairable, or the MSRP of a replacement product and shipping costs incurred by Runco.
2. The repaired or replaced product will assume the remainder of your original product’s warranty term or 90 days from the
date the repaired or replaced product is shipped, whichever is longer.
3. If a replacement product is sent, the replacement becomes the property of the customer and the defective product
becomes the property of Runco.
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RuncoCare™ Extended Service Options
Runco offers extended and expanded service plans. For information on additional product protection, please ask your
authorized Runco dealer, email serviceorders@runco.com or call (toll free) (800) 23RUNCO (800-237-8626).
Exclusion of Implied Warranties
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RUNCO PROVIDES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT THOSE EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THIS
DOCUMENT. RUNCO EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NONINFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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Limitation of Liability; Exclusion of Damages
RUNCO’S MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY IS LIMITED TO THE COST OF REPAIR, REPLACEMENT OR REFUND OF THE
PRODUCT.
RUNCO WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGE TO OTHER PROPERTY OR FOR DAMAGES BASED UPON INCONVENIENCE,
LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT, LOSS OF TIME, LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, LOSS OF
GOODWILL, INTERFERENCE WITH BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS, OR OTHER COMMERCIAL OR FINANCIAL LOSS, EVEN IF
RUNCO IS AWARE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND EVEN IF A REMEDY HAS FAILED OF ITS ESSENTIAL
PURPOSE.
RUNCO WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, EXEMPLARY, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE OR
ANY OTHER TYPE OF DAMAGES, WHETHER THE CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, PRODUCT LIABILITY,
NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER LEGAL OR EQUITABLE THEORY.
RUNCO WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM AGAINST THE CUSTOMER BY ANY OTHER PARTY.
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Effect of Local Law
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights, which vary from locality to locality. Some
localities do not allow limitations on implied warranties and/or do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARKS:
© Copyright 2011 Runco International, LLC (“Runco”). This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright,
trademark and other intellectual property laws. All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by any
mechanical, electronic or other means, in any form, without prior written permission of Runco.
The trademarks reproduced in this Runco Owner’s Manual and used on the Runco Products are either owned by Runco or are
licensed by Runco. You may not reproduce or use the trademarks without the prior written consent of Runco.
Runco Products are manufactured under one or more of the following patents: US. Patent 6755540 and Other Patents
Pending.
This product contains intellectual property and technology licensed from Panavision.
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Important Safety Instructions
Thank you for your purchase of this quality Runco video product! For the best performance, please read this manual carefully
as it is your guide through the menus and operation.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
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CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
7. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
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9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is
provided for your safety. When the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for the replacement of
the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use the attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in
any way, such as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15. The +12V trigger only outputs 12Vdc signal for triggering. Do not connect to any other power input or output. This could
cause damage to this unit.
16. Keep the packing material in case the equipment should ever need to be shipped.
17. The lamp becomes extremely hot during operation. Allow the projector to cool down for approximately 45 minutes prior to
removing the lamp assembly for replacement.
18. Do not operate lamps beyond the rated lamp life. Excessive operation of lamps beyond rated life could cause them to
explode in rare occasions.
19. Never look directly into the lens when the lamp is on.
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IMPORTANT HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION FOR 3D VIEWING:
Please read and make sure you understand the following safety information before using the product for viewing 3D content.
Provide this information to the end users of this product and ensure that they understand it.
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It is widely recognized that stereographic display devices can cause discomfort, including, without
limitation, dizziness, nausea, headaches, eye fatigue and eye-strain, in some individuals. The 3D
effect and experience will vary by individual, depending on a variety of factors, including his or her
health and vision. Runco recommends that users take regular breaks when watching 3D video or
playing games using stereoscopic displays. Discontinue use if any discomfort occurs. Parents of
young children should ensure their children avoid extensive exposure to electronic stereographic
entertainment.
The quality and appropriateness of the 3D screen materials onto which the image is projected and
the quality of the 3D content being displayed both have a significant and noticeable impact on the
overall 3D experience. A properly-calibrated projection system, including glasses and an
optimized third-party screen, displaying high-quality 3D content is the best formula for immersive
and comfortable 3D experiences. Please refer to the remainder of this manual for proper projector
installation and usage instructions.
The glasses that accompany this product are not safe to use as sunglasses, protective eyewear or
any use outdoors or other than only in conjunction with the proper operation of the Runco product
with which they are sold. It is common to dim the lights in a theater. Using 3D glasses and the
immersive imagery of stereoscopic imagery can increase the risk of tripping or falling the dark.
Special care should be taken.
Do not tilt your head while using the 3D glasses.
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Compliance Information
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY:
Manufacturer’s Name: Runco International, LLC
Manufacturer’s Address: 1195 NW Compton Drive, Beaverton, OR 97006-1992
hereby declares that the Products’ Model Numbers:
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conform with the provisions of:
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D-113d and D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope
Council Directive 2004/108/EC on Electromagnetic Compatibility;
EN 55022 “Limits and methods of measurements of radio interference characteristics of information technology equipment”
1998;
EN 55024 “Limits and methods of measurements of immunity characteristics of information technology equipment” 1998;
Including:
• EN 61000-4-2 “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 2:
Electrostatic discharge immunity test”
• EN 61000-4-3 “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 3: Radiated,
Radio-Frequency, Electromagnetic Field Immunity Test”
• EN 61000-4-4 “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 4: Electrical
fast transient/burst immunity test”
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• EN 61000-4-5 "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 5: Surge
immunity test"
• EN 61000-4-6 "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 6: Conducted
disturbances induced by radio-frequency fields immunity test"
• EN 61000-4-8 "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 8: Conducted
disturbances induced by power frequency magnetic fields immunity test"
• EN 61000-4-11 "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 11: Voltage
dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests"
And:
• EN 61000-3-2 "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 3, Section 2: Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment
input current up to and including 16 A per phase)" 2000;
• EN 61000-3-3 "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 3, Section 3: Limitations of voltage changes, voltage
fluctuations and flicker in public low-voltage supply systems, for equipment with rated current up to and including 16 A
and not subject to conditional connection" 1995;
Council Directive 2006/95/EC and amended by M1 and C1 on Low Voltage Equipment Safety;
EN 60950 “Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business equipment”
The Technical Construction file required by this Directive is maintained at the corporate headquarters of Runco International,
LLC, located at 1195 NW Compton Drive, Beaverton, OR 97006-1992.
Date of Declaration: October 2011
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FCC PART 15:
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 in a residential
installation.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
INDUSTRY CANADA (ICES-003):
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
PRODUCT DISPOSAL:
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The Product contains small amounts of tin, lead and/or mercury. Disposal of these materials may be regulated due to
environmental considerations.
IMPORTANT RECYCLE INSTRUCTIONS
Lamp(s) inside this product contain mercury. This product may contain other electronic waste that can be
hazardous if not disposed of properly. Recycle or dispose in accordance with local, state, or federal Laws.
For more information, contact the Electronic Industries Alliance at WWW.EIAE.ORG.
For lamp specific disposal information check WWW.LAMPRECYCLE.ORG.
DISPOSAL OF OLD ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (Applicable throughout the European
Union and other European countries with separate collection programs)
This symbol found on your product or on its packaging, indicates that this product should not be treated as
household waste when you wish to dispose of it. Instead, it should be handed over to an applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health, which could
otherwise be caused by inappropriate disposal of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve
natural resources. This symbol is only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard this product, please
contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
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Table of Contents
RuncoCare™ Standard Two Year Limited Warranty ................................................... iii
Important Safety Instructions ....................................................................................... vii
Compliance Information ................................................................................................ ix
1. Introduction ...............................................................................................................1
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About This Manual .......................................................................................................1
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Target Audience .....................................................................................................1
If You Have Comments About This Manual... ..........................................................1
Textual and Graphic Conventions ...........................................................................1
Using This Manual ........................................................................................................2
Description, Features and Benefits ...............................................................................3
Key Features and Benefits ......................................................................................4
Parts List ................................................................................................................5
2. System Overview .......................................................................................................7
Projector ......................................................................................................................8
D-113d Input Panel ......................................................................................................9
Primary DHD Controller ..............................................................................................11
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Front Panel Layout................................................................................................11
Rear Panel Layout ................................................................................................13
Secondary DHD Controller .........................................................................................15
3Dimension Processor ...............................................................................................16
DHD Controller Remote Control Unit ..........................................................................18
3. Installation ...............................................................................................................21
Remote Control ..........................................................................................................21
Notes on Batteries ................................................................................................21
Notes on Remote Control Operation .....................................................................22
Quick Setup ...............................................................................................................22
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Installation Considerations ..........................................................................................23
Pre-Wiring for 3D: Run Dual HDMI Cables ............................................................23
Installation Type ....................................................................................................23
Ambient Light .......................................................................................................24
Throw Distance.....................................................................................................24
Vertical and Horizontal Position.............................................................................25
Vertical and Horizontal Lens Shift..........................................................................26
Audio/Video Synchronization Issues......................................................................27
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Ventilation .............................................................................................................28
Other Considerations ............................................................................................28
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Installing the Optional CineWide with AutoScope Lens Motors ...................................29
Assembling the Projection System .............................................................................30
Attaching the Spacer Legs to the Top Projection Unit ...........................................30
Attaching the Top and Bottom Projection Units to Each Other ..............................31
Mounting the D-113d .................................................................................................32
Adjusting the Feet .................................................................................................32
Installing the Primary Projection Lenses ......................................................................32
Mounting the DHD Controllers and 3Dimension Processor .........................................34
System Interconnections ............................................................................................35
Connecting the Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers to the Projector.............35
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Connecting the Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers to Each Other
and to the 3Dimension Processor .........................................................................37
Connecting an Audio Processor or Secondary Display Device
to the Primary DHD Controller (Optional) ...............................................................39
Additional Connections to the Primary DHD Controller (Optional) ..........................40
Connecting Source Components to the 3Dimension Processor ............................44
Connecting to AC Power ......................................................................................48
Power-Up Sequence and Optical Alignment Procedure ..............................................49
Turning on the Power ...........................................................................................51
Adjusting the Focus, Zoom and Position of the Primary Lenses ............................52
Adjusting the Picture Orientation ...........................................................................53
Adjusting the Image Geometry..............................................................................54
Installing and Adjusting the CineWide Anamorphic Lens .......................................56
Working With the Lamp ..............................................................................................60
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4. Operation .................................................................................................................61
Using the On-Screen Menus ......................................................................................61
Main Menu............................................................................................................64
Input Source .........................................................................................................64
Aspect Ratio .........................................................................................................64
Screen..................................................................................................................67
Picture ..................................................................................................................67
Input Position........................................................................................................71
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3D Processing ......................................................................................................74
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Sleep Timer ..........................................................................................................75
Information ...........................................................................................................76
Calibration ............................................................................................................77
Service .................................................................................................................86
5. Maintenance and Troubleshooting ........................................................................97
Lamp Replacement ....................................................................................................97
Troubleshooting Tips ..................................................................................................99
6. External Control ....................................................................................................103
Serial Communications .............................................................................................103
RS-232 Connection and Port Configuration ........................................................103
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Command Format ..............................................................................................103
Response Format ...............................................................................................104
Command and Response Examples ...................................................................105
Serial Command List...........................................................................................105
Using Discrete IR Codes ..........................................................................................118
IR Command Protocol ........................................................................................118
IR Command List................................................................................................120
Using HDMI CEC Messages .....................................................................................122
CEC Command List............................................................................................122
7. Specifications ........................................................................................................125
D-113d Projector Specifications ...............................................................................125
DHD Controller Specifications ..................................................................................127
3Dimension Processor Specifications .......................................................................128
D-113d Dimensions .................................................................................................129
D-113d Dimensions with CineWide with AutoScope Assembly .................................130
Supported Timings ...................................................................................................131
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List of Figures
2-1. D-113d Projection System Block Diagram....................................................................7
2-2. D-113d Top/Rear/Front View .......................................................................................8
2-3. D-113d Input Panel ......................................................................................................9
2-4. Primary DHD Controller Front Panel............................................................................11
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2-6. Secondary DHD Controller Front and Rear Panels......................................................15
2-7. 3Dimension Processor Front and Rear Panel..............................................................16
2-8. DHD Controller Remote Control .................................................................................18
3-1. Estimating Throw Distance .........................................................................................24
3-2. Projector Placement ...................................................................................................25
3-3. Vertical Lens Shift (EXAMPLE ONLY) ..........................................................................26
3-4. Horizontal Lens Shift (EXAMPLE ONLY)......................................................................26
3-5. Ventilation Requirements for Enclosure Mounting .......................................................28
3-6. Attaching the AutoScope Lens Motor to the Projection Unit .......................................29
3-7. Attaching the Spacer Legs to the Top Projection Unit.................................................30
3-8. Securing the Top and Bottom Projection Units to Each Other.....................................31
3-9. Attaching the Rack Mounting Hardware .....................................................................34
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3-10. RS-232 Connection from the Primary DHD Controller to the Projector......................35
3-11. Connecting the Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers to the Projector ................36
3-12. DHD Controller/3Dimension Processor Interconnection............................................37
3-13. Audio Processor Connection to Primary DHD Controller...........................................39
3-14. RS-232 Control System Connection to Primary DHD Controller ...............................40
3-15. Connecting 12-volt Trigger Outputs..........................................................................41
3-16. External IR Receiver Connection...............................................................................42
3-17. Ethernet Network Connection to Primary DHD Controller .........................................43
3-18. HDMI Source Connections .......................................................................................44
3-19. Component Video Source Connections....................................................................45
3-20. RGBHV Source Connections....................................................................................46
3-21. SCART RGBS Source Connections..........................................................................47
3-22. Composite Video Source Connections .....................................................................48
3-23. Keystone and Pincushion Distortion .........................................................................54
3-24. Image Alignment Controls ........................................................................................55
3-25. Anamorphic Lens Mounting Assembly - Exploded View ...........................................56
3-26. Attaching the Anamorphic Lens to the Lens Ring .....................................................57
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List of Figures
4-1. D-113d OSD Menu Structure .....................................................................................62
4-2. Typical PLUGE Pattern for Adjusting Brightness .........................................................68
4-3. Typical Gray Bar Pattern for Adjusting Contrast ..........................................................69
4-4. Typical Color Bar Pattern for Adjusting Color Saturation and Tint................................69
4-5. Typical Test Pattern for Adjusting Sharpness..............................................................71
4-6. Overscan Modes ........................................................................................................72
4-7. CIE 1931 Chromaticity Diagram .................................................................................78
5-1. Opening the Lamp Door .............................................................................................97
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6-1. RC5 Message Format ..............................................................................................119
7-1. D-113d Dimensions..................................................................................................129
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7-2. D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope Dimensions........................................................130
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Introduction
1. Introduction
This Owner’s Manual describes how to install, set up and operate the Runco D-113d
Projection System.
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About This Manual
Throughout this manual, the Runco D-113d Projection System is referred to as the
“D-113d.”
Target Audience
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Runco has prepared this manual to help custom audio/video installers and end users get
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Runco has made every effort to ensure that this manual is accurate as of the date it was
printed. However, because of ongoing product improvements and customer feedback, it
may require updating from time to time. You can always find the latest version of this and
other Runco product manuals on-line, at www.Runco.com.
Runco welcomes your comments about this manual. Send them to support@Runco.com.
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Text Conventions: The following conventions are used in this manual, in order to clarify
the information and instructions provided:
Textual and Graphic
Conventions
• Remote and built-in keypad button identifiers are set in upper-case bold type; for
example, “Press EXIT to return to the previous menu.”
• Computer input (commands you type) and output (responses that appear on-screen) is
shown in monospace (fixed-width) type; for example: “To change the aspect ratio to
Letterbox, type LETTERBOX <Enter>.”
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• All keys with functional names are initial-capped, set in bold type and enclosed in angle
brackets. These keys are the following: <Enter>, <Spacebar>, <Control>, <Esc>
and <Tab>.
• <Enter> indicates that you may press either the RETURN or ENTER key on your
keyboard if it has both keys.
In addition to these conventions, underlining, boldface and/or italics are occasionally used
to highlight important information, as in this example:
A carriage return must be used after each command or string.
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Graphic Conventions: These symbols appear in numerous places throughout the
manual, to emphasize points that you must keep in mind to avoid problems with your
equipment or injury:
Note
NOTES emphasize text with unusual importance or special
significance. They also provide supplemental information.
Caution
CAUTIONS alert users that a given action or omitted action can
degrade performance or cause a malfunction.
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WARNINGS appear when a given action or omitted action can result
in damage to the equipment, or possible non-fatal injury to the user.
DANGER!
DANGER appears when a given action can cause severe injury or
death.
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Introduction
Offering the best and brightest in high-end luxury projection, the 3Dimension™ D-113d
expands Runco’s line of custom-built personal cinema projectors. The D-113d pairs
Runco’s unique, award-winning Constant Stereoscopic Video™ (CSV) approach with the
optical filters and glasses of the Panavision 3D System® – which has been developed for
premiere commercial cinemas. The result is the brightest CSV projection in the world, and
an exceptional 3D, as well as 2D, experience for private theaters.
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The Runco D-113d offers exceptional product performance with a state-of-the-art
product that enables an extraordinary cinematic experience because the product and
room are custom built with the finest components to exactly match owners’
specifications. The D-113d employs a highly-efficient illumination system consisting of four
HPM lamps, which offer brightness and redundancy. Combined with the unique and
flexible engine design, the D-113d provides better, richer color performance for pristine
color accuracy. These benefits combine into a brilliant image that provides a spectacular
color gamut and contrast, as well as unmatched color brightness, even on the largest
screen sizes.
Selecting from multiple lens options that allow the flexibility for seamless integration into
the most sophisticated personal cinemas, each D-113d projector is custom built to suit
the exact requirements specified for every client. The D-113d features 1080p HD native
resolution 3-chip system for the finest projection image and 16:9 native aspect ratio to
match all digital programming including seamlessly switching aspect ratios for both 2D
and 3D content for all media, including broadcast, film, sports and gaming.
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For unparalleled reproduction of Hollywood’s 2.35:1 CinemaScope standard, the D-113d
is available with Runco’s legendary CineWide™ with AutoScope™ technology. With
Runco CineWide, the projection system is able to use the full pixel array, thereby
producing a 2.35:1 image with enhanced resolution and increased brightness. No
resolution or image area is lost to those black bars that contain no picture information.
CineWide with AutoScope provides a motorized, remote-controlled anamorphic lens
mechanism.
CineWide requires the use of a 2.35:1 (or similar aspect ratio),
“superwide” format screen.
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Description, Features
and Benefits
Introduction
Key Features and Benefits ➤
The D-113d Projection System offers these key features and benefits:
• A first-of-its-kind, no-compromise 3D projection solution
• DLP system using three, high-performance Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) chips
• Runco’s proprietary Constant Stereoscopic Video™ (CSV™) architecture is an
incomparable approach to 3D visualization, paired with the spectral filtration technology
of the Panavision® 3D System
• Runco’s 3Dimension Series pair with passive glasses, with a design unique to Runco
formulated for precise stereo separation
• Stellar performance in both 2D and 3D modes, with native 1080p DLP 16x9
performance
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• Incredibly efficient illumination system, the biggest Runco solution to accommodate
screens up to 420 inches
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• Cinema-quality color: with the most accurate and exceptionally broad color gamuts
• Multiple lens options including compatibility with Runco’s award-winning CineWide™
with AutoScope®
• Ships with Runco’s DHD controller featuring ViVix™ video processing for exceptional
scaling, analog to digital signal conversion, and control via IR or RS-232
• New industrial design with Runco ColourPalette™ custom options
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• Bundled with two years of Runco PremierCare™ service program
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Your D-113d is shipped with the following items. If any items are missing or damaged,
please contact your Runco dealer or Runco Customer Service at (800) 23RUNCO.
• D-113d Projection System:
• Projection Units (2)
• Two (2), DHD Controller units (Primary and Secondary)
• 3Dimension Processor
• Remote Control Unit and two (2), AAA-size batteries
• AC power cords for projector (with ferrite sleeve, rated at 15 amps) (2)
• AC Power Cords for DHD Controller units and 3Dimension Processor (3)
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• Cables and Adapters for Connecting the DHD Controllers to Each Other and to the
3Dimension Processor:
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• HDMI-to-HDMI Cable, 1.6 feet (0.5 meters) (2)
• BNC-to-BNC Cable, 11.8 inches (0.3 meters) (10)
• RCA-to-RCA Cable, 11.8 inches (0.3 meters) (2)
• RS-232 Cable (Null-modem), DB-9 female to DB-9 female, 11.8 inches (0.3 meters)
• RJ-11 Telephone Cable, 50 feet (15.24 meters) (2)
• Serial Port Adapter, RJ-11 Female to DB-9 Male (2)
• Panavision™ 3D Glasses (6 pairs)
• HDMI-to-HDMI Cables (2), sold separately (refer to Optional Accessories, below)
• Rack-mount hardware for the DHD Controllers and 3Dimension Processor
• Spacer Legs (4)
• 5.0-mm Hex wrench (for attaching the Spacer Legs to the top and bottom projection
units)
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• Runco D-113d Quick Setup Guide
Optional Accessories:
• CineWide™ with AutoScope™ system (secondary anamorphic lens and motorized
mount)
• Additional 3D glasses
• HDMI-to-HDMI Cable, length specified at time of order:
• 16.4 feet (5.0 meters) (part number 903-1010-00)
• 24.6 feet (7.5 meters) (part number 903-1011-00)
• 32.8 feet (10.0 meters) (part number 903-1012-00)
• 49.2 feet (15.0 meters) (part number 903-1013-00)
• 65.6 feet (20.0 meters) (part number 903-1014-00)
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2. System Overview
The D-113d Projection System consists of the following components:
• The projector, consisting of two discrete optical engines stacked one on top of the
other to provide either two-dimensional (2D) or three-dimensional (3D) content.
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• A Primary DHD Controller unit that provides a video signal and on-screen display (OSD)
menu to the “left eye” optical engine of the projector. In addition, the Primary DHD
Controller controls all of the other system components (projector, Secondary DHD
Controller and 3Dimension Processor), in response to user input via its infrared (IR)
remote control unit or front-panel keypad, an external control system or HDMI
Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) messages.
• A Secondary DHD Controller unit that provides a video signal and OSD menu to the
right optical engine of the projector.
• The 3Dimension Processor, which accepts video signals from multiple analog and
digital sources, multiplexes them and distributes them to the Primary and Secondary
DHD Controllers.
Figure 2-1 shows how these components connect to and interact with each other. The
following sections describe each one in detail.
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2.1
Projector
The standard D-113d projector, shown in Figure 2-2, consists of two discrete optical
engines stacked one on top of the other to provide either three-dimensional (3D) or
two-dimensional (2D) content.
For 3D content, each engine produces images for one eye. Two dichroic comb filters –
installed between the lamp and the lens in each engine – parse the visible light spectrum
into 10 narrow, non-overlapping bands. Five of these are directed to the left eye and five
are directed to the right eye. The projector superimposes the output from one engine onto
that from the other engine to produce an extremely bright and focused image.
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The left-eye and right-eye images are reflected by the screen back toward the viewing
area and kept isolated by a second set of filters built into the 3D glasses worn by the
viewer. (Each eye sees only those wavelengths sent to it.)
The “left-eye” (top) optical engine receives an HDMI video signal from the Primary DHD
Controller. The “right-eye” (bottom) optical engine receives an HDMI video signal from the
Secondary DHD Controller.
Figure 2-2 shows the key D-113d components.
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1. RIGHT (INTAKE) SIDE PANEL
The right side panel is perforated to allow cool air to enter the projector.
2. LEFT (EXHAUST) SIDE PANEL
The left side panel is perforated to allow warm air to exit the projector. Removing this
panel provides access to the lamps.
3. INPUT PANEL COVER
Removing this panel provides access to the projector input panel. For more
information, refer to D-113d Input Panel on page 9.
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4. REAR EXHAUST VENT
Warm air exits the projector through this vent. Ensure that it is not obstructed in any
way.
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Located on the underside of the projector are four adjustable feet. Raise or lower
these feet when positioning the projector to ensure it is level on all sides so the
displayed image will appear rectangular without any keystone.
Figure 2-3 shows the D-113d rear input panel. The top and bottom input panels are
labeled “Primary” and “Secondary” respectively, but are otherwise identical.
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1. GPIO
Not used.
2. RS232 IN
Connect the RS-232 output from the DHD Controller here, using the provided
RJ11-to-DB9 adapter and communication cable.
3. PWR LED
Lights green to indicate that power is applied and the HDMI input module is initialized.
During normal operation, always on.
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4. 1 - HDMI Input
HDCP-compliant digital video input. Connect the HDMI output from the DHD
Controller to this input (see Figure 2-5).
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Lights green to indicate that a valid digital signal from the DHD Controller is present.
6. 2 - HDMI Input
Not used.
7. 2 LED
Not used; always off.
8. MAIN POWER SWITCH
Disconnects or applies power to the D-113d.
9. POWER INPUT (100 to 240 VAC)
Connect the projector to power here.
Use ONLY the AC power cord shipped with the D-113d for
this purpose (the one with the ferrite sleeve). Doing
otherwise creates a fire hazard risk.
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Primary DHD
Controller
The Primary DHD Controller provides a video signal and OSD menu to the left-eye optical
engine of the projector. It controls the other D-113d system components in response to
user input via the following interfaces:
• Front-panel keypad
• IR remote control unit
• HDMI CEC messages
• RS-232 serial commands
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the paragraphs that follow describe them.
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1. RUNCO ICON
Lights blue to indicate that the controller is on or powering up.
2. IR SENSOR
Receives IR commands from the remote control.
3. VACUUM FLUORESCENT DISPLAY
Can be used instead of the On-Screen Display (OSD). Displays currently-selected
menu or – if no menu is selected – the connected display device model, current
source, input resolution and aspect ratio.
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4. ON/STANDBY BUTTON
Press once to toggle from standby mode to on mode. Press it again to return to
standby mode. For a discrete on or off command, you can use the direct access
buttons on the remote control.
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5. LEFT BUTTON
Used to direct-select inputs or move the menu cursor left in the OSD. When no menu
is present on-screen, the LEFT button toggles through the different sources, in this
order:
HDMI 4 - HDMI 3 - HDMI 2 - HDMI 1 - SCART - HD 2 - HD 1 - Component Composite 3 - Composite 2 - Composite 1
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Use to direct-select aspect ratios or move the menu cursor down in the OSD. When
no menu is present on-screen, this button toggles through aspect ratios in the
following order:
16:9 - 4:3 - Letterbox - VirtualWide - Cinema - Virtual Cinema - Native
7. RIGHT BUTTON
Used to direct-select inputs or move the menu cursor right in the OSD. When no
menus are present on-screen, the RIGHT button toggles through the different
sources, in this order:
Composite 1 - Composite 2 - Composite 3 - Component - HD 1 - HD 2 - SCART HDMI 1 - HDMI 2 - HDMI 3 - HDMI 4
8. MENU BUTTON
Press the MENU button to bring up the main menu, or to exit the current menu and
return to the previous one.
9. UP BUTTON
Use to direct-select aspect ratios or move the menu cursor up in the OSD. When no
menus are present on-screen, the UP button toggles through aspect ratios in the
following order:
Native - Virtual Cinema - Cinema - VirtualWide - Letterbox - 4:3 - 16:9
10. ENTER BUTTON
When an item is highlighted on the OSD, the ENTER button selects the item.
11. STANDBY LED
Lights amber when the DHD Controller is in standby mode; otherwise it is off.
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Figure 2-5 shows the rear connector panel on the Primary DHD Controller.
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Do not connect any video source directly to this box.
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1. MAIN POWER SWITCH
Disconnects or applies power to the DHD Controller.
2. TRIGGERS
Connection for up to three (3), 12-volt trigger-controlled devices such as retractable
screens or screen masks. Output current is limited to 250 milliamperes (mA).
3. USB
A standard, USB Series “B” connection to a personal computer, for performing
software upgrades and other service procedures.
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4. RS-232 (To Accessory Box)
A male, 9-pin D-sub connector for interfacing with the Secondary DHD Controller.
(Use a “null-modem” serial cable for this connection.)
5. Display Control
Connect this to the RS-232 input on the left-eye (top) optical engine on the D-113d
projector.
6. IR
Wired input from a Niles- or Xantech-compatible, infrared (IR) repeater system. It is a
3.5-mm, mini phono jack, wired as follows:
Ring = No connection
Tip = IR Input
Sleeve = Ground
7. POWER INPUT (100 to 240 VAC)
Connect the DHD Controller to power here.
8. HD2 Input (5 x Analog BNCs)
Connect the HD 2 input to the Left Analog output on the 3Dimension Processor.
The HD 1 input is not used with the D-113d. Connect your Component/RGBHV
sources to the 3Dimension Processor.
9. Video 1 Input (RCA)
Connect the Video 1 input to the Left Composite video output on the 3Dimension
Processor.
The Video 2 and Video 3 inputs are not used with the D-113d. Connect your
Composite video sources to the 3Dimension Processor.
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10. HDMI 1 Input (Digital)
Connect the HDMI 1 input to the Left HDMI output on the 3Dimension Processor.
The HDMI 2, HDMI 3 and HDMI 4 inputs are not used with the D-113d.
Connect your HDMI sources to the 3Dimension Processor.
11. Ethernet
A female RJ-45 connector for wired network communications.
12. HDMI Out (Audio Only)
Connect this output to an audio control system to pass through HDMI audio.
The DHD Controller does not transmit HDMI CEC control
messages from the “HDMI Audio Out” connector.
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Connect this to the HDMI input on the “left eye” (top) optical engine on the D-113d
projector.
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A female, 9-pin D-sub connector for interfacing with a PC or automation/control
system.
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Secondary DHD
Controller
The Secondary DHD Controller provides a video signal and OSD menu to the right-eye
optical engine of the projector.
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1. RUNCO ICON
Lights blue to indicate that the controller is on or powering up.
2. MAIN POWER SWITCH
Disconnects or applies power to the DHD Controller.
3. USB
A standard, USB Series “B” connection to a personal computer, for performing
software upgrades and other service procedures.
4. RS-232 (To Accessory Box)
A male, 9-pin D-sub connector for interfacing with the Primary DHD Controller. (Use a
“null-modem” serial cable for this connection.)
5. Display Control
Connect this to the RS-232 input on the “right eye” (bottom) optical engine on the
D-113d projector.
6. POWER INPUT (100 to 240 VAC)
Connect the DHD Controller to power here.
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7. HD2 Input (5 x Analog BNCs)
Connect the HD 2 input to the Right Analog output on the 3Dimension Processor.
The HD 1 input is not used with the D-113d. Connect your Component/RGBHV
sources to the 3Dimension Processor.
8. Video 1 Input
Connect the Video 1 input to the Right Composite video output on the 3Dimension
Processor.
The Video 2 and Video 3 inputs are not used with the D-113d. Connect your
Composite video sources to the 3Dimension Processor.
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9. HDMI 1 (Digital)
Connect the HDMI 1 input to the Right HDMI output on the 3Dimension Processor.
The HDMI 2, HDMI 3 and HDMI 4 inputs are not used with the D-113d.
Connect your HDMI sources to the 3Dimension Processor.
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Connect this to the HDMI input on the “right eye” (bottom) optical engine on the
D-113d projector.
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3Dimension Processor
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1. RUNCO ICON
Lights blue to indicate that the 3Dimension Processor is on or powering up.
2. MAIN POWER SWITCH
Disconnects or applies power to the 3Dimension Processor.
3. POWER INPUT (100 to 240 VAC)
Connect the 3Dimension Processor to power here.
4. HDMI 1 / HDMI 2 / HDMI 3 / HDMI 4 In (Digital)
HDCP-compliant digital video inputs for connecting an HDMI or DVI source.
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5. Component / SCART In (3 x RCA connectors)
SD/HD input for connecting SDTV, EDTV or HDTV component video sources. Also
provides RGB input for SCART RGBS sources.
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6. Video 1 / Video 2 / Video 3 In
Standard, composite video inputs for connecting a VCR, camcorder or other
composite video source. The Video 1 input also provides composite sync input for
SCART RGBS sources.
7. LEFT / RIGHT Analog Out (5 x BNCs)
Two outputs (five BNCs per output) that connect to the HD2 input on the Primary and
Secondary DHD Controllers.
8. LEFT / RIGHT Composite Video Out (RCA connector)
Two standard, composite video outputs that connect to the Composite 1 video input
on the Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers.
9. LEFT / RIGHT HDMI Out
Two HDCP-compliant digital video outputs that connect to the HDMI 1 input on the
Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers. The Left HDMI output also provides a CEC
channel for control messages.
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10. HD1 / HD2 In (5 x Analog BNCs)
Two inputs (five BNCs per input) for connecting standard-definition (SD = 480i/576i),
enhanced-definition (ED = 480p/576p) or high-definition (HD = 720p/1080i/1080p)
component video sources, or RGBHV sources such as personal computers.
11. USB
A standard, USB Series “B” connection to a personal computer, for performing
software upgrades and other service procedures.
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2.6
DHD Controller
Remote Control Unit
Figure 2-8 shows the D-113d remote control, and the paragraphs that follow describe its
functionality.
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1. IR OUTPUT INDICATOR
Lights when a button is pressed to indicate that an IR signal is being transmitted.
2. LIGHT
Press to illuminate the buttons.
3. ON / OFF
Press to turn the DHD Controller and projector on or off.
4. ENTER
Press to select a highlighted menu item or confirm a changed setting.
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5. Cursor Buttons ( , , , )
Use these buttons to select items or settings, adjust settings or switch display
patterns.
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When no menu is present on-screen, the UP and DOWN buttons toggle through the
available aspect ratios, in this order:
UP Button = Native - Virtual Cinema - Cinema - VirtualWide - Letterbox - 4:3 - 16:9
DOWN Button = 16:9 - 4:3 - Letterbox - VirtualWide - Cinema - Virtual Cinema Native
For more information about aspect ratios, refer to Table 4-1.
Likewise, the LEFT and RIGHT buttons toggle through the different source inputs, in
this order:
LEFT Button = HDMI 4 - HDMI 3 - HDMI 2 - HDMI 1 - SCART - HD 2 - HD 1 Component - Composite 3 - Composite 2 - Composite 1
RIGHT Button = Composite 1 - Composite 2 - Composite 3 - Component - HD 1 HD 2 - SCART - HDMI 1 - HDMI 2 - HDMI 3 - HDMI 4
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6. EXIT
Press this button to exit the current menu and return to the previous one.
7. MENU
Press this button to show or hide the OSD controls.
8. Memory Preset Buttons:
ISF NIGHT
Press to recall settings for the current input from the “ISF Night” memory preset.
ISF DAY
Press to recall settings for the current input from the “ISF Day” memory preset.
CUST 1
Press to recall settings for the current input from the “Custom 1” memory preset.
CUST 2
Press to recall settings for the current input from the “Custom 2” memory preset.
9. VID 1 (1) / VID 2 (2) / VID 3 (3)
Press to select a composite video input as the source or to enter the numeric
character “1,” “2” or “3.”
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10. HD 1 (4) / HD 2 (5)
Press to select a HD (RGBHV or YPbPr component) input or to enter the numeric
character “4” or “5.”
11. COMP (Component) (6)
Press to select the Component video input as the source or to enter the numeric
character “6.”
12. HDMI 1 (7) / HDMI 2 (8) / HDMI 3 / HDMI 4 (0)
Press to select an HDMI input as the source or to enter the numeric character “7,” “8”
or “0.”
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13. SCART (9)
Press to select the SCART video input as the source or to enter the numeric character
“9.”
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Use these buttons to select an aspect ratio directly, as follows:
NATIVE
Displays the source signal in its native resolution, centered in the display area.
16:9
For viewing 16:9 DVDs or HDTV programs in their native aspect ratio.
4:3
Scales the input signal to fit 4:3 display mode in the center of the screen.
LETBOX (Letterbox)
For viewing non-anamorphic (“full-screen”) DVDs on a 16:9 screen.
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V-WIDE (VirtualWide)
Enlarges a 4:3 image horizontally in a non-linear fashion to fit 16:9 full screen display.
CINEMA
For viewing 2.35:1 source material.
V-CINE
Selects the Virtual Cinema aspect ratio, used for viewing 16:9 source material on a
2.35:1 screen.
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3. Installation
Installation must be performed by a qualified custom video
installation specialist. Due to the weight, size and complexity of the
D-113d Projection System, two persons are recommended for
some of the procedures described here.
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Note
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To install batteries in the remote control:
1. Press down the tab on the cover and
pull the cover in the direction of the
arrow.
3.1
Remote Control
2. Insert the included batteries. Ensure
that the polarities correctly match the
and
markings inside the battery
compartment.
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3. Insert the lower tab of the cover into
the opening, and press down the cover
until it clicks in place.
• Make sure that the battery polarities are correct when installing the batteries.
• Do not mix an old battery with a new one or different types of batteries.
• If you will not use the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid
damage from battery leakage.
• Do not expose batteries to excessive heat such as from sunshine, fire or the like.
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Notes on Batteries
Installation
Notes on Remote Control ➤
Operation
• Make sure that there is nothing obstructing the infrared beam between the remote
control and the IR receiver on the DHD Controller.
• If the effective range of the remote control decreases, or it stops working, replace the
batteries with new ones.
• The remote control may fail to operate if the infrared remote sensor is exposed to bright
sunlight or fluorescent lighting.
• Ambient conditions may possibly impede the operation of the remote control. If this
happens, point the remote control at the DHD Controller, and repeat the operation.
3.2
Quick Setup
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Table 3-1. Installation Overview
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Table 3-1 gives a quick overview of the D-113d installation process. The sections
following this one provide detailed instructions.
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Step
Procedure
For Details, Refer
to page...
1
Choose a location for the projector
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2
Install CineWide with AutoScope lens motor on top projection unit
(optional)
29, 41
3
Install CineWide with AutoScope lens motor on bottom projection
unit (optional)
4
Attach spacer legs to bottom of top projection unit
30
5
Attach top projection unit to bottom projection unit
31
6
Place the projector in the installation location
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7
Install primary projection lenses
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8
Mount the Primary DHD Controller, Secondary DHD Controller
and 3Dimension Processor
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9
Connect the Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers to the
projector
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10
Connect the 3Dimension Processor to the Primary and
Secondary DHD Controllers
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39
11
Connect other external equipment to Primary DHD Controller
(optional):
• Audio processor or secondary display device
• Control system interface (RS-232)
• 12-volt trigger-activated equipment (retractable screens or
screen masking)
• External IR repeater
• Network hub, router or gateway (Ethernet)
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Connect signal sources to the 3Dimension Processor
44
13
Connect system components to AC power
48
14
Apply power to the projector
48, 49
15
Adjust primary lens: projected image size (zoom), position (shift)
and focus; copy and paste settings as needed
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Table 3-1. Installation Overview (continued)
For rear-screen installations, select the proper picture orientation
53
17
Use Image Alignment controls to fine-tune image geometry
54
18
Install CineWide anamorphic lens (optional)
56
19
Adjust CineWide anamorphic lens: position, pitch (angle),
geometry and focus
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64 through 84
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DHD Controller input calibration: adjust the following for each
DHD Controller input and display mode (resolution/frame
rate); save settings when finished:
• Aspect ratio
• Color level
• Brightness
• Tint
• Contrast
• Input position
• Color temperature and white balance
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Proper installation of your projector will ensure the quality of your display. Whether you are
installing a projector temporarily or permanently, you should take the following into
account to ensure your projector performs optimally.
It is a common practice in custom audio/video installations to conceal cables by running
them through walls.
3.3
Installation
Considerations
Pre-Wiring for 3D: Run
Dual HDMI Cables
If you plan to do this with your D-113d installation, you will need to run four cables from
the projector to the other projection system components: two (2) HDMI cables and two (2)
serial control cables (typically Category 5 or 4-wire telephone cable).
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Choose the installation type — front- or rear-screen — that best suits your needs. Table
3-2 compares these installation methods.
Table 3-2. Projector Installation Options
Advantages
Considerations
Front Screen, Floor Mount Installation
• Easy to set up
• Can be moved or changed quickly
• Easy to access
• Shares floor space with audience
Rear Screen, Floor Mount Installation
• Projector is completely hidden
• Projector is easily accessed
• Usually good ambient light rejection
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• Installation cost is usually higher
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Installation Type
Installation
Ambient Light ➤
In general, minimize or eliminate light sources directed at the screen. Contrast ratio in your
images will be noticeably reduced if light directly strikes the screen, such as when a shaft
of light from a window or floodlight falls on the image. Images may then appear washed
out and less vibrant.
Throw Distance ➤
Throw distance is the distance measured from the front of the projector to the screen.
This is an important calculation in any projector installation as it determines whether or not
you have enough room to install your projector with a desired screen size and if your
image will be the right size for your screen.
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You can quickly estimate the throw distance by taking the width of the screen and
multiplying it by the lens throw ratio; see Figure 3-1. The result of this calculation tells you
roughly how far back the projector should be positioned from the screen in order to
project a focused image large enough to fill the screen.
Estimating Throw Distance
Throw Distance (TD) =
Screen Width (w) x Lens Throw Ratio
Scr
een
wid
th (
w)
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TD
Figure 3-1. Estimating Throw Distance
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Table 3-3 lists the available D-113d lens options and their throw ratios.
Table 3-3. D-113d Lens Options and Throw Ratios (Note)
Throw Range in
Throw Range in
Throw Ratio
inches,
with
inches, with
Throw Ratio
with Primary
120x67.5-inch
(1.78:1)
158.6x67.5-inch
Lens Option with Primary
Lens and
Screen
(2.35:1) Screen
Lens Only
Anamorphic
Lens
Minimum Maximum
Minimum Maximum
For rear-screen installations only. Contact
Runco Technical Support
for more information.
Athena Uno cannot be used with an
anamorphic lens.
0.70 (Fixed)
Athena Dos
1.46 - 1.85
175.20
Athena Tres
1.94 - 2.59
232.80
310.80
1.68 - 1.94
266.50
307.74
Athena
Cuatro
2.72 - 4.16
326.40
499.20
2.04 - 3.12
323.61
494.93
Athena
Cinco
4.37 - 6.93
524.40
831.60
3.28 - 5.20
520.31
824.88
Athena Dos cannot be used with an
anamorphic lens.
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Athena Uno
Note: Due to normal manufacturing variances, throw distance can vary by up to +/- 5 percent from
these specifications.
Proper placement of the projector relative to the screen will yield a rectangular,
perfectly-centered image that completely fills the screen.
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Ideally, the projector should be positioned perpendicular to the screen and in such a way
that the lens center is aligned with the bottom edge of the screen area, and centered
horizontally. See Figure 3-2.
Height
Screen
Lens Center
Lens Center
x
Projection Distance
Floor
Figure 3-2. Projector Placement
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Vertical and Horizontal
Position
Installation
Vertical and Horizontal ➤
Lens Shift
You can use the lens shift controls to center the image on the screen. Lens shift is
generally expressed as a percentage of the screen height or width, as shown in Figure 3-3
and Figure 3-4.
100% Height
Lens Shift
(1.0 x H)
50% Height
Lens Shift
(0.5 x H)
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0%
Screen Center
Note: This is a general example of lens shift. Lenses vary in their shift capabilities. No particular
lens or projector is used in this example.
Figure 3-3. Vertical Lens Shift (EXAMPLE ONLY)
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100% Width Lens Shift
(1.0 x W)
50% Width Lens Shift
(0.5 x W)
Screen Center
0%
Screen Width (W)
Note: This is a general example of lens shift. Lenses vary in their shift capabilities. No particular
lens or projector is used in this example.
Figure 3-4. Horizontal Lens Shift (EXAMPLE ONLY)
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Table 3-4 lists the lens shift limits for each available D-113d lens, as percentages and
absolute measurements with a 120 x 67.5 inch (1.78:1) screen.
Table 3-4. Vertical and Horizontal Lens Shift Limits
Lens Option
Athena Dos
Athena Tres
Athena Cuatro
Athena Cinco
Athena Uno
Lens Shift Limits, as Percentages of Screen Height or Width (Note)
17%
60%
Down
17%
60%
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Vertical
(Note 2)
Horizontal
Left
6%
25%
Right
6%
25%
Lens Shift Limits in Inches, with a 120-by-67.5 inch (1.78:1) Screen
Vertical
Horizontal
Up
11.48
40.50
Down
11.48
40.50
Left
7.20
30.00
Right
7.20
30.00
Note: Vertical shift limits are percentages of the screen height. Horizontal shift limits are
percentages of the screen width.
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Due to its extraordinarily high level of video processing performance, the DHD Controller
may distribute video signals with a perceptible level of audio latency. In order to easily
solve this issue, Runco recommends using the DHD Controller with a high-quality audio
receiver that has the ability to effectively synchronize audio and video signals.
Most mainstream audio receiver/switchers have the ability to synchronize the audio and
video to the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) prescribed tolerances.
According to the ATSC, the sound program should never lead the video program by more
than 15 milliseconds, and should never lag behind the video program by more than 45
milliseconds.
In addition, many video displays and A/V receivers introduce additional latency that needs
to be compensated for during the installation.
Table 3-5 shows the amount of possible audio latency given different signal input timings.
Table 3-5. Possible Audio Latency for Various Input Timings
Input Timing
Possible Audio Latency (milliseconds)
480i
133
480p
83
576i
160
576p
100
720p/50
100
720p/60
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Audio/Video
Synchronization Issues
Installation
Table 3-5. Possible Audio Latency for Various Input Timings (continued)
Possible Audio Latency (milliseconds)
1080i/25
160
1080i/30
133
1080p/24
125
1080p/50
80
1080p/60
67
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If you are mounting the D-113d in an enclosure, leave at least 10 inches (250 mm) of
space on the left and right sides between it and surrounding objects, as shown in Figure
3-5. This allows heat to disperse, maintaining the proper operating temperature.
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Ventilation ➤
Input Timing
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Other Considerations ➤
Other considerations and tips that can help improve your installation:
• Keep the ambient temperature constant and below 35°C (95°F). Keep the projector
away from heating and/or air conditioning vents. Changes in temperature may cause
drifts in the projector circuitry, which may affect performance.
• Keep the projector away from devices that radiate electromagnetic energy such as
motors and transformers. Common sources of these include slide projectors,
speakers, power amplifiers and elevators.
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Note
Your D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope may have shipped with the
AutoScope lens motors pre-installed. If so — or if you are installing
a standard D-113d (without an anamorphic lens) — skip this step
and proceed with Assembling the Projection System (page 30).
If you are installing a D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope, proceed as follows to install the
lens mount/motor assemblies on the top and bottom projection units.
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1. Do not install the CineWide lens yet, only the AutoScope lens
motor. You will install the CineWide lens after you install the
projector and adjust the primary lens.
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2. Some components shipped with your projector may differ slightly
from what is shown in these instructions.
1. Carefully unpack the top and bottom projection units.
2. Place the top projection unit (the one with the cosmetic caps on the top) upside down
on a smooth, flat surface covered with a blanket or other soft material.
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3. Line up the eight mounting holes on the lens motor housing with those on the bottom
of the top projection unit. Secure the motor to it with the eight screws provided for this
purpose. See Figure 3-6.
Figure 3-6. Attaching the AutoScope Lens Motor to the Projection Unit
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3.4
Installing the Optional
CineWide with
AutoScope Lens
Motors
Installation
Caution
DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN THE SCREWS.
4. Place the bottom projection unit (the one with pockets and tapped holes in place of
the cosmetic caps on the top) upside down on a smooth, flat surface covered with a
blanket or other soft material. Loosen and remove the two front feet on the projection
unit.
5. Repeat Step 3 for the bottom projection unit.
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The top and bottom projection units must be secured to each other using the four (4),
supplied spacer legs and associated hardware.
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3.5
Assembling the
Projection System
Using a hex wrench and eight (8) of the supplied, M6 x 16mm socket-head cap screws,
attach the spacer legs to the top projection unit as shown in Figure 3-7.
1
Screw, M6 x 16mm
Socket-Head Cap
(8x)
2
Spacer Leg (4x)
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Attaching the Spacer Legs ➤
to the Top Projection Unit
Figure 3-7. Attaching the Spacer Legs to the Top Projection Unit
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1. With the help of an assistant, carefully lift the top projection unit and place it right
side up on a flat surface.
2. Repeat Step 1 for the bottom projection unit.
3. Carefully lift the top projection unit and place it on top of the bottom projection unit.
Ensure that the bottom of each spacer leg mates with the pocket at each corner on
the top of the bottom projection unit.
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4. Using a hex wrench and eight (8) of the supplied, M6 x 16mm socket-head cap
screws, secure the spacer legs to the bottom projection unit as shown in Figure 3-8.
Figure 3-8. Securing the Top and Bottom Projection Units to Each Other
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Attaching the Top and
Bottom Projection Units
to Each Other
Installation
3.6
Mounting the D-113d
Place the D-113d on a strong supporting structure or cart. Carts can be useful when
moving a projector during a presentation or from site to site. If possible, lock the wheels
when it’s in position to prevent it from being moved during a presentation.
Take special care if using a mobile cart; avoid sudden stops, force and uneven surfaces
that may cause the top-heavy cart to lurch and overturn. Make sure your mounting
structure is reasonably level, then adjust one or more projector feet as necessary to
fine-tune.
Adjusting the Feet ➤
3.7
Installing the Primary
Projection Lenses
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Do not attempt to invert, tilt or ceiling-mount the D-113d.
The projector must be mounted horizontally and cannot be
turned upside down.
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WARNING
For installations on a floor or suitable supporting structure, the projector should rest firmly
on its feet. To adjust the height and level of the projector, extend or retract the feet by
rotating them.
The projection lenses are shipped separately from the projector. Proceed as follows to
install the primary projection lenses:
1. Remove the decorative front jewelry around the lens cavity.
2. Remove the lens plug from the lens opening in the projector.
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WARNING
Never operate this projector without a lens. The lens seals the
projector, preventing contaminants from entering the interior of the
projector.
3. Remove the rear cap from the lens. (Keep the front lens cap on the projection lens to
protect it from damage during the installation process.)
4. Rotate the lens clamp to the OPEN position.
CLAMP OPEN
CLAMP CLOSED
SECURITY
SCREW
SECURITY
SCREW
MOUNTS
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5. Remove and retain the two security screws from the
lens mount.
Security
Screws
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6. Align the lens interface plate with the lens mount. Align the lens electrical connector
with the mating connector on the lens mount. Fully insert the assembly straight into
the lens mount opening without turning. Press using your hand.
When installing the lens, ensure that it is not inserted at an angle, as
this can cause damage.
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7. While holding the lens flat against the lens mount, rotate the lens clamp clockwise to
lock the lens assembly in place.
8. Re-attach the lens mount security screws that you removed in Step 5.
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9. Remove the front lens cap.
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3.8
Mounting the DHD
Controllers and
3Dimension Processor
The DHD Controller units and 3Dimension Processor can be placed on any flat, stable
surface such as a shelf or table, or they can be rack-mounted using the supplied
mounting hardware. Place these components in a location that provides easy access to
the power connectors.
Primary DHD Controller
3Dimension Processor
Secondary DHD Controller
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The DHD Controller units and 3Dimension Processor
each require 2U (3.5 inches) or more of vertical rack
space (at least 10.5 inches total). To minimize cable
clutter, Runco recommends that you install the
3Dimension Processor between the Primary and
Secondary DHD Controllers in the rack.
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To mount the DHD Controllers and 3Dimension Processor in a standard, 19-inch
equipment rack, install the mounting ears on either side of the chassis using the supplied
screws; see Figure 3-9. Then, secure the mounting ears to the rack.
Figure 3-9. Attaching the Rack Mounting Hardware
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Proceed as follows to connect the D-113d system components to each other and to AC
power.
When connecting your equipment:
3.9
System
Interconnections
• Turn off all equipment before making any connections.
• Use the correct signal cables for each source.
• For best performance and to minimize cable clutter, use high-quality cables that are
only as long as necessary to connect two devices. (Don’t use a 20-foot cable when a
6-foot cable will suffice.)
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• Ensure that the cables are securely connected. Tighten the thumbscrews on
connectors that have them.
Digital Video Connection: Connect the HDMI Out (To Display) connector on the
Primary DHD Controller to the HDMI input on the “left eye” (top) optical engine on the
D-113d projector. Similarly connect the HDMI Out (To Display) connector on the
Secondary DHD Controller to the HDMI input on the “right eye” (bottom) optical engine on
the D-113d projector.
RS-232 Connection: Connect the Display Control output from the Primary DHD
Controller to the RS-232 input on the “left eye” (top) optical engine on the D-113d
projector.
Similarly connect the Display Control output from the Secondary DHD Controller to the
RS-232 input on the “right eye” (bottom) optical engine on the D-113d projector.
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Use the provided modular telephone cables with RJ11 plugs at both ends for the RS-232
connections. These cables have color-coded labels at each end to facilitate these
connections. On the D-113d end, use the provided RJ11-to-DB9 adapters. These
adapters are wired as shown in Figure 3-10.
RCV DATA
4
To/From
DHD
Controller
3
2
XMT DATA
3
To/From Projector
2
1, 6
SIG GND
5
1, 4, 6,
7, 8, 9
NO CONNECTION
RS232 IN
PWR
6-position
RJ11 Male
DB9 Male
6
1
1
6
Figure 3-10. RS-232 Connection from the Primary DHD Controller to the
Projector
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1
Connecting the Primary
and Secondary DHD
Controllers to the
Projector
Installation
Figure 3-11 shows how to connect the Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers to the
projector.
Primary DHD Controller
PRIMARY
TRIGGERS
Do not connect any video source directly to this box.
1
USB
2
Display Control
RS-232
IR
3
H
FT
G
HDMI Out
To Display
HDMI 3
HDMI 1
Video
RS232
DHD4
Y
G
Pb
B
Pr
R
H
V
A
B
C
D
E
Pb
Pr
Video 3
PC / Control
Out
o Only
Ethernet
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Primary
Ethernet
GPIO
Reset
RS232 IN
Wired Keypad
PRIMARY
1
2
2 - IN
1 - OUT
Slot 4
1 - IN
Slot 2
PRIMARY
PWR
SECONDARY
GPIO
Reset
RS232 IN
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Ethernet
Wired Keypad
SECONDARY
1
2
2 - IN
1 - OUT
SECONDARY
Slot 4
1 - IN
Slot 2
SECONDARY
PWR
Secondary
DHD Controller
TRIGGERS
Do not connect video sources or control systems to this box.
1
Pr
R
RS-232
Display Control
IR
2
H
FT
G
Video 1
Video 2
Pr
Video 3
HDMI 1
HDMI 3
HDMI Out
To Display
2
HD2
DHD4
Secondary
Y
G
Pb
B
Pr
R
H
V
A
B
C
D
E
Pb
Figure 3-11. Connecting the Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers to the
Projector
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Figure 3-12 shows the connections between the 3Dimension Processor and Primary and
Secondary DHD Controllers.
Primary DHD Controller
TRIGGERS
Do not connect any video source directly to this box.
1
USB
2
Display Control
RS-232
IR
3
H
FT
G
HDMI Out
To Display
HDMI 3
HDMI 1
Video
RS232
HD2
V
A
B
C
D
E
Pr
Video 3
Ethernet
PC / Control
HDMI Out
Audio Only
V-Sync
V-Sync
3Dimension
Processor
H-Sync
Green
Blue
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Blue
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H
H-Sync
Pr
R
Green
Primary
Pb
B
Red
DHD4
Y
G
USB
IR
INPUTS
A
HDMI 3
Y
C
D
E
F
G
Y
G
Component/SCART
HDMI 1
B
Video 1
Video 2
Pb
B
Pr
R
H
V
INPUTS
HD1
HD2
Video 3
Y
G
Red
D
E
F
Pr
R
H
V
G
V-Sync
Green
Blue
Green
PR
Secondary
DHD Controller
C
Pb
B
V-Sync
B
H-Sync
A
Red
HDMI 4
Processor
H-Sync
HDMI 2
Pr
Blue
3Dimension
Pb
TRIGGERS
Do not connect video sources or control systems to this box.
1
Pr
R
RS-232
Display Control
IR
R
2
H
FT
G
Video 1
Video 2
Pr
Video 3
HDMI 1
HDMI 3
HDMI Out
To Display
RS232
HD2
DHD4
Secondary
Y
G
Pb
B
Pr
R
H
V
A
B
C
D
E
Pb
Figure 3-12. DHD Controller/3Dimension Processor Interconnection
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RS-232
Connecting the Primary
and Secondary DHD
Controllers to Each Other
and to the 3Dimension
Processor
Installation
To make these connections easier, the rear-panel connectors on the 3Dimension
Processor and DHD Controllers are identified and color-coded as follows:
Identifier
Color/Function
Green - Analog (HD) video from 3Dimension Processor to Primary
DHD Controller
A, B, C, D, E
Red - Analog (HD) video from 3Dimension Processor to
Secondary DHD Controller
F
Green - Analog (SD) video from 3Dimension Processor to Primary
DHD Controller
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Red - Analog (SD) video from 3Dimension Processor to
Secondary DHD Controller
G
Green - Digital (HDMI) video and CEC messages from
3Dimension Processor to Primary DHD Controller
Red - Digital (HDMI) video from 3Dimension Processor to
Secondary DHD Controller
H
Yellow - RS-232 serial communication between Primary and
Secondary DHD Controllers
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Digital Video Connection (G): Connect the HDMI 1 input on the Primary DHD Controller
to the Left HDMI output on the 3Dimension Processor. Similarly connect the HDMI 1 input
on the Secondary DHD Controller to the Right HDMI output on the 3Dimension
Processor.
Analog (HD) Video Connection (A through E): Connect the HD 2 input on the Primary
DHD Controller to the Left HD video output on the 3Dimension Processor. Similarly
connect the HD 2 input on the Secondary DHD Controller to the Right HD video output on
the 3Dimension Processor.
Analog (SD) Video Connection (F): Connect the Composite 1 input on the Primary
DHD Controller to the Left Composite video output on the 3Dimension Processor.
Similarly connect the Composite 1 input on the Secondary DHD Controller to the Right
Composite video output on the 3Dimension Processor.
RS-232 Connection (H): Connect the RS-232 (To Accessory Box) connectors on the
Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers to each other, using the provided “null-modem”
(cross-over) cable.
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The DHD Controller provides a second HDMI output (labeled HDMI Out (Audio Only)) for
connection to an audio receiver/switching system or secondary display device for
monitoring purposes. See Figure 3-13.
The DHD Controller does not transmit HDMI CEC control
messages from the “HDMI Audio Out” connector.
Note
TRIGGERS
2
USB
Display Control
RS-232
IR
3
Y
1
To Accessory Box
Component / SCART
Y
Video 1
Video 2
Pb
Pr
Video 3
HDMI 1
HDMI 3
HDMI 2
HDMI 4
HDMI Out
To Display
HDMI Out
Audio Only
Ethernet
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D2
2
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Secondary Display
Audio Processor/
Switcher
or
Figure 3-13. Audio Processor Connection to Primary DHD Controller
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Connecting an Audio
Processor or Secondary
Display Device to the
Primary DHD Controller
(Optional)
Installation
Additional Connections to ➤
the Primary DHD
Controller (Optional)
The DHD Controller provides the following interfaces to external equipment that allow it to
control or be controlled by that equipment:
• An RS-232 interface to a PC or control/automation system;
• Three (3), 12-volt trigger outputs;
• An infrared (IR) repeater input;
• An Ethernet network interface for firmware updates and maintenance notifications.
The following sections describe how to make these interface connections.
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RS-232 Controller Connection: Use a straight-through, 9-pin RS-232 cable to connect
a PC or control/automation system (if present) to the RS-232 port on the DHD Controller;
see Figure 3-14.
Display Control
RS-232
IR
To Accessory Box
HDMI Out
To Display
HDMI 3
RS-232
PR
HDMI 4
Ethernet
PC / Control
HDMI Out
Audio Only
5
4
9
3
8
1
2
7
6
2 Receive Data
3 Transmit Data
5 Ground
to Automation/
Control System
or PC
(none of the other pins are used)
Figure 3-14. RS-232 Control System Connection to Primary DHD Controller
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Connecting 12-volt Trigger Outputs to External Equipment: If you are installing a
D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope, connect the AutoScope lens motor on the top
(left-eye) optical engine to a 12-volt trigger output on the Primary DHD Controller; see
Figure 3-15. Connect the the AutoScope lens motor on the bottom (right-eye) optical
engine to a 12-volt trigger output on the Secondary DHD Controller.
Similarly connect other 12-volt trigger-activated equipment (such as retractable screens or
screen masks) to the other trigger outputs.
Power
Switch
AC Input
3.5-mm
mini plug
Retractable Screen or other
12-volt trigger-activated
device
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AutoScope Lens Motor
TRIGGERS
Sleeve = Ground
1
2
USB
RS-
3
Tip = +12V
Component / SCART
Y
Video 1
Video 2
Pb
Pr
Video 3
To Acces
HDMI 1
HDMI 3
HDMI 2
HDMI 4
PR
HD1
HD2
Figure 3-15. Connecting 12-volt Trigger Outputs
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3
6
9
NATIVE
LET
BOX
V-CINE
SCART
4:3
CINEM
A
0
8
HDMI
2
HDMI
4
16 : 9
7
HDMI
1
HDMI
3
V-WIDE
MENU
CUST
2
VID
3
COMP
CUST
1
2
5
HD
2
4
RATIO
ISF
DAY
VID
2
1
ISF
NT
EXIT
VID
1
HD
1
EN T ER
LIGHT
OFF
I
N
P
U
T
ON
RATIO
I
N
P
U
T
Connecting an External IR Receiver to the DHD Controller: If infrared signals from
the remote control cannot reach the DHD Controller due to excessive distance or
obstructions such as walls or cabinet doors, you can connect an external IR receiver to
extend the range of the remote control. See Figure 3-16.
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IR Repeater
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Remote Control
IR Sensor
(3.5-mm, mini
phono plug)
Display Control
IR
HDMI Out
To Display
3
PR
4
Ethernet
HDMI Out
Audio Only
PC / Control
Figure 3-16. External IR Receiver Connection
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Ethernet Network Connection: Use a standard, Category 5 network cable with an
RJ-45 plug to connect a network hub, router or gateway to the Ethernet port on the
Primary DHD Controller; see Figure 3-17.
Display Control
RS-232
IR
To Accessory Box
HDMI Out
To Display
Ethernet
HDMI Out
Audio Only
to Ethernet
Hub, Router
or Gateway
1
8
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HDMI 4
Y
HDMI 3
1 Transmit Data +
2 Transmit Data 3 Receive Data +
6 Receive Data -
PR
Figure 3-17. Ethernet Network Connection to Primary DHD Controller
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Connecting Source ➤
Components to the
3Dimension Processor
Connect your video sources to the 3Dimension Processor as shown and described in the
sections that follow.
HDMI Source Connections: See Figure 3-18.
Use the HDMI inputs whenever possible. This ensures the highest
video quality because the signal is carried in the digital domain
throughout the entire signal path, from source component output
into the projector.
Tip
You can also connect computers with DVI output to these inputs.
Refer to Supported Timings on page 131 for a list of compatible
input signals.
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INPUTS
A
B
C
A
B
C
Component/SCART
PR
sion
HDMI 1
HDMI 3
HDMI 2
HDMI 4
Y
Video 1
Video 2
Pb
Pr
Video 3
HDMI
AV OUT
HDMI
AV OUT
HDMI
AV OUT
HDMI
AV OUT
HDMI sources (BD, DVD, DTV Set-Top Box etc.)
Figure 3-18. HDMI Source Connections
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Component Video Source Connections: Connect your component video sources to
the HD1, HD2 and/or Component/SCART inputs as shown in Figure 3-19.
IR
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Y
G
Component/SCART
Y
Video 1
Pb
B
Pr
R
H
V
Video 2
IN
HD1
Pb
Pr
Video 3
Y
G
A
B
C
D
E
F
Pb
B
Pr
R
H
V
G
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RCA-to-BNC
adapter
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
DTV-Set-Top Box
(DTV-STB)
BD/DVD
Figure 3-19. Component Video Source Connections
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RGBHV Source Connections: Connect personal computers and/or other RGB sources
to the HD1 and/or HD2 inputs as shown in Figure 3-20.
USB
IR
D
E
F
G
Y
G
Pb
B
Pr
R
H
V
INP
HD1
HD2
Y
G
Pb
B
Pr
R
H
V
Red
Blue
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G
V-Sync
F
H-Sync
E
Green
D
RGB Camcorder
Computer
PR
or
Figure 3-20. RGBHV Source Connections
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SCART RGBS Source Connections: Connect the green, blue and red outputs from
your SCART source to the Component/SCART input on the 3Dimension Processor.
Connect the sync output from your SCART source to the Video 1 input on the
3Dimension Processor. See Figure 3-21.
INPUTS
Component/SCART
3Dimension
HDMI 1
HDMI 3
HDMI 2
H
Y
Video 1
Video 2
Pb
Pr
Video 3
I4
VCR
SCART-to-RGBS
adapter
Sync
Red
Blue
Green
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Processor
Green
DVD/DTV STB
Blue
Red
Sync
Gaming Console
PR
Figure 3-21. SCART RGBS Source Connections
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Composite Source Connections: See Figure 3-22.
INPUTS
A
Component/SCART
3Dimension
HDMI 1
HDMI 3
HDMI 2
H
Y
Video 1
Video 2
Pb
Pr
Video 3
I4
A
Composite
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Composite
Composite
Y
Processor
Composite
Camcorder
Composite
Composite
Gaming Console
Figure 3-22. Composite Video Source Connections
Projector: The projector ships with two (2), AC power cords: one for the DHD Controller
and one for the projector. They are not interchangeable. The projector power cord is
rated at 15 amps and has a ferrite sleeve, to reduce radio frequency interference (RFI)
emissions to a level that conforms to FCC regulations:
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Connecting to AC Power ➤
AC power cord
To power outlet
Ferrite sleeve
To Projector AC IN
Plug the female end of the projector power cord into the AC receptacle on the rear of the
projector (AC 100V ~ 240V). Then, connect the other end to your AC power source.
WARNING
Use ONLY the AC power cord with the ferrite sleeve to
connect the projector to AC power. Doing otherwise
creates a fire hazard risk.
Similarly connect the Primary and Secondary DHD Controller units and the 3Dimension
Processor to nearby AC outlets.
AutoScope Lens Motor: With AutoScope-equipped projectors, an additional power
cord is provided for the lens motor. Plug the female end of the AC power cord into the AC
input on the rear of the lens motor assembly. Connect the other end to your AC power
source.
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At this point you are ready to perform the initial power-up sequence and optical alignment
procedure, which is summarized in Table 3-6 and described in detail in the sections that
follow.
This procedure assumes the following:
3.10
Power-Up Sequence
and Optical Alignment
Procedure
• You are installing a projector equipped with anamorphic lenses. (If not, you can skip
those tasks relating to the anamorphic lenses.)
Y
• You have already completed the physical installation of the projector, DHD Controllers
and 3Dimension Processor as described in the previous sections. If you have not, do
so now.
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Table 3-6. D-113d Optical Alignment Procedure (with Anamorphic Lenses)
START
DHD
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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DHD
1. Leave system off for now.
2. Connect an active 1080p source to the
HDMI 1 connector.
Turn on system and select the HDMI 1
input.
Select Aspect Ratio and set it to 16:9.
To clear any previously-set “warp” (image
alignment) values, select Service ->
System Reset and choose Yes to reset the
system to the factory default state.
Select Calibration -> Adjustment Mode
and set it to Primary.
Select Service -> Display Device ->
Configure -> Lens.
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1. Mount the projector (refer to
Mounting the D-113d on page 32).
2. Mount the DHD Controllers and
3Dimension Processor (refer to
Mounting the DHD Controllers
and 3Dimension Processor on
page 34).
3. Connect system components to each
other and to external equipment (refer
to System Interconnections on
page 35).
Projector (Align Primary/Left Image
with Screen)
1. Cover the bottom projector lens.
2. Adjust Focus using the focus test
pattern.
3. Adjust Zoom and Position using the
outer edge of your image as a guide.
Make sure your source is using the
entire 1080p frame. A 100% white
image would be best for this step.
You may need to readjust Focus after
this step.
4. Remove the cover from the bottom
projector lens and place it on the top
projector lens.
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Note: You must enter a passcode to
access the Calibration or Service menu.
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Table 3-6. D-113d Optical Alignment Procedure (with Anamorphic Lenses) (continued)
DHD
1.
DHD
1.
2.
Projector
No adjustment needed.
For a rear-projection installation, select
Service -> Display Device ->
Configure -> Installation ->
Picture Orientation and set it as needed.
Select Calibration -> Image Alignment
-> Corner Alignment, check the Primary
Test Pattern and Secondary Test
Pattern boxes and adjust corners.
Select Calibration -> Image Alignment
-> Midpoint Alignment, check the
Primary Test Pattern and Secondary
Test Pattern boxes and adjust midpoints.
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3.
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2.
Select Calibration -> Adjustment Mode
and set it to Secondary.
Select Service -> Display Device ->
Configure -> Lens.
Projector (Align Secondary/Right
Image with Screen)
1. Adjust Focus using the focus test
pattern.
2. Adjust Zoom and Position using the
outer edge of your image as a guide.
Make sure your source is using the
entire 1080p frame. A 100% white
image would be best for this step.
You may need to readjust Focus after
this step.
3. Remove the cover from the top
projector lens.
DHD
1. Select Calibration -> Adjustment Mode
and set it to Both.
2. Assign 12-volt trigger outputs to Cinema
and Virtual Cinema aspect ratios; refer to
Configure Lens Motor Trigger
(CineWide with AutoScope) on page 58.
3. Select Aspect Ratio and set it to Cinema.
On a D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope,
this should position the anamorphic lens
transport in front of the primary lenses.
4. Select Service -> Test Video and choose
Primary Alignment.
Projector
1. Install anamorphic lenses.
2. Align the primary (left-eye) image with
the screen by adjusting the Left (top)
anamorphic lens to produce the least
amount of distortion.
DHD
1. Select Service -> Test Video and choose
Secondary Alignment.
Projector
1. Align the secondary (right-eye) image
to the screen by adjusting the Right
(bottom) anamorphic lens to produce
the least amount of distortion.
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Note: The default warp is 46 pixels on
the left and right sides (x) and 26 pixels at
the top and bottom (y). If more is
needed, use the “Image Alignment”
controls to increase it.
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Table 3-6. D-113d Optical Alignment Procedure (with Anamorphic Lenses) (continued)
Projector
Notes:
1. The Primary lens image is usually left
un-warped. This provides the best
image quality and will be un-scaled
for 1080p sources. You can adjust
the Primary image if needed,
however, by setting the
Adjustment Mode to Primary,
checking the Primary Test Pattern
and Secondary Test Pattern
boxes and adjusting the corners
and/or midpoints prior to this step.
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No adjustment needed.
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DHD (Align Secondary Image with Primary
Image)
1. Select Calibration -> Adjustment Mode
and set it to Secondary.
2. Select Calibration -> Image Alignment
-> Corner Alignment, check the Primary
Test Pattern and Secondary Test
Pattern boxes and adjust corners.
3. Select Calibration -> Image Alignment
-> Midpoint Alignment, check the
Primary Test Pattern and Secondary
Test Pattern boxes and adjust midpoints.
2.
The DHD Controller saves the
Image Alignment (warp) settings for
each aspect ratio. To program
additional aspect ratios, select each
one and use the controls in the
Corner Alignment and Midpoint
Alignment menus. Or, select
Calibration -> Copy/Paste ->
Aspect Ratio -> Copy Settings,
select a different aspect ratio and
choose Paste Settings.
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END
1. Power up your source components.
Turning on the Power
2. Connect an active, 1080p source to the HDMI 1 input on the 3Dimension Processor
if you have not already done so.
Note
The HDMI 1 input must be connected to an active 1080p source
for the optical alignment procedure that you will perform later.
3. Turn on the main power switch at the rear of each DHD Controller and the
3Dimension Processor.
Note
Leave the AC power switch on the anamorphic lens transport in the
“off” position for now.
4. Press the ON button on the remote control (or the ON/STANDBY ( ) button on the
Primary DHD Controller front panel) to turn on the system. The vacuum fluorescent
display on the Primary DHD Controller front panel briefly displays “Initializing System,”
followed by “Starting D-113d.”
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5. When the display is ready for use, the fluorescent display indicates the active source,
input resolution/frame rate and aspect ratio/screen; for example:
Current
Source
16:9/1
1080p/60
1080i/60
Aspect Ratio/Screen
Input Resolution/Frame Rate
Y
HDMI 1
Lens zoom, focus and position are motorized adjustments that are adjustable using the
remote control (Figure 2-8). This allows you to adjust the focus and image size while at the
screen for more accurate results.
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Adjusting the Focus, ➤
Zoom and Position of the
Primary Lenses
D-113d
Proceed as follows to adjust the left (top) and right (bottom) primary lenses for optimum
image quality.
Left (Top) Primary Lens Adjustment:
1. On the DHD Controller remote control or front panel, press MENU.
2. Select Calibration from the Main Menu and enter the Calibration Menu passcode.
You must enter a passcode to access the Calibration menu.
Note
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3. Select Adjustment Mode from the Calibration Menu and set it to Primary.
4. Press EXIT (or MENU) repeatedly to return to the Main Menu.
5. Select Service from the Main Menu.
6. Select Display Device from the Service Menu.
7. Select Configure from the Display Device menu, then select Lens.
Note
Lens controls are not available when the Adjustment Mode is set to
Both (refer to Adjustment Mode on page 85).
8. Cover the Right (Bottom) primary lens.
9. Focus Left (Top) Primary Lens: To focus the projected image, use the cursor
buttons to highlight “In” or “Out.” Then, press and hold the ENTER button.
10. Adjust Zoom on Left (Top) Primary Lens: To make the picture smaller (zoom out),
use the cursor buttons to highlight the minus sign (-). Then, press and hold the
ENTER button. To enlarge the picture (zoom in), use the cursor buttons to highlight
the plus sign (+). Then, press and hold the ENTER button.
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11. Adjust Position of Left (Top) Primary Lens: To change the lens position, use the
cursor buttons to highlight “Left,” “Right,” “Up” or “Down” in the Lens menu. Then,
press and hold the ENTER button to shift the lens in that direction.
To return the lens to its home position (no horizontal or vertical shift), use the cursor
buttons to highlight “Home” in the Lens menu. Then, press the ENTER button.
12. Remove the cover from the Right (bottom) primary lens and place it on the Left (top)
projector lens.
Right (Bottom) Primary Lens Adjustment:
1. On the DHD Controller remote control or front panel, press MENU.
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2. Select Calibration from the Main Menu.
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3. Select Adjustment Mode from the Calibration Menu and set it to Secondary.
4. Press EXIT (or MENU) repeatedly to return to the Main Menu.
5. Select Service from the Main Menu.
6. Perform Steps 6 through 11 above with the right (bottom) primary lens.
When you have completed the primary lens adjustments (D-113d/CineWide with
AutoScope only): Set the lens transport motor power switch to the “on” position.
By default, the D-113d is configured for a “floor/front” installation, in which the projector is
installed upright and in front of the screen. If it is installed behind the screen, you must
change the picture orientation. To do this:
1. On the DHD Controller remote control or front panel, press MENU.
2. Select Service from the Main Menu and enter the Service Menu passcode.
You must enter a passcode to access the Service menu.
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Note
3. Select Display Device from the Service Menu.
4. Select Configure from the Display Device menu, then select Installation.
5. Select Orientation, then choose Floor/Rear.
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Adjusting the Picture
Orientation
Installation
Adjusting the Image ➤
Geometry
Projector and/or screen placement — among other things — can cause geometric
distortion in the projected image.
To correct this, the DHD Controller provides precise, nine-point control over the projected
image geometry. Use these controls as (and only if) needed to re-position the image
corners, mid-points and center to eliminate “keystoning” (mis-aligned corners) or
“pincushion” distortion (mid-points not aligned with corners). See Figure 3-23.
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Horizontal Keystoning
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Vertical Keystoning
Pincushion Distortion
Figure 3-23. Keystone and Pincushion Distortion
“Keystoning” usually occurs when the projector is tilted relative to the screen. “Pincushion”
distortion can sometimes occur if the throw distance is very short and/or the projector is
equipped with an anamorphic lens.
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To correct keystoning or pincushion distortion:
1. On the DHD Controller remote control or front panel, press MENU.
2. Select Calibration from the Main Menu and enter the Calibration Menu passcode.
You must enter a passcode to access the Calibration menu.
Note
3. Select Image Alignment from the Calibration Menu.
Y
4. Select Corner Alignment to correct a “keystoned” image by adjusting the image
corner positions. Select Midpoint Alignment to correct pincushion distortion by
adjusting the image edge mid-points. See Figure 3-24.
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Use the built-in test pattern when adjusting the image corners or
midpoints. To access it, check the Test Pattern box in the Corner
Alignment or Midpoint Alignment menu.
Tip
Top/Bottom Middle (x)
Top Middle (y)
Top Left (x, y)
Left
Middle (x)
Top Right (x, y)
Center
(x, y)
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Left/Right
Middle (y)
Bottom Left (x, y)
Bottom Middle (y)
Bottom Right (x, y)
Notes:
1. Smaller “x” values move a point to the left; larger values move it to the right.
2. Smaller “y” values move a point up; larger values move it down.
Figure 3-24. Image Alignment Controls
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Right
Middle
(x)
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Installing and Adjusting ➤
the CineWide Anamorphic
Lens
If you are installing a D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope, proceed as follows to install and
adjust the secondary anamorphic lens.
Note
It is extremely important that the primary lens is properly
adjusted before you install the anamorphic lens. Ensure that
the image from the primary lens is perfectly centered on the
screen.
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The D-113d Anamorphic lens mount kit consists of everything shown in Figure 3-25.
Some components shipped with your projector may differ slightly from what is shown in
these instructions. If any items are missing or damaged, please contact your Runco dealer
or Runco Customer Service at (800) 23-RUNCO.
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1
Pitch Adjustment
T-Nut (2x)
2
Pitch Adjustment Yoke
for Lens
3
Anamorphic Lens
Set Screw
4
Height/Y-Adjustment
T-Screw and Washer
(2x)
5
Pitch Adjustment
T-Screw and Washer
(2x)
6
Anamorphic Lens
Holder
7
AutoScope
Carriage Plate
8
Yaw/X Adjustment
Lever and
Washer(2x)
1/4-20
Hex Bolt (2x)
and Washer
(2x)
Figure 3-25. Anamorphic Lens Mounting Assembly - Exploded View
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Attach Lens Mounting Assembly to Lens Motor Carriage Plate:
1. Remove the two Yaw/X Adjustment Levers and Washers (item #8) from the bottom of
the Anamorphic Lens Holder (item #6).
2. Place the Anamorphic Lens Holder on top of the AutoScope Carriage Plate (item #7).
Position the bracket so that the long slot at the bottom of the lens holder is
perpendicular to the corresponding slots on the plate.
3. Secure the Anamorphic Lens Holder to the plate using the Hex Bolts/Washers
(item #9) and Yaw/X Adjustment Levers that you removed in Step 1.
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4. Use the Height/Y Adjustment T-Screws/Washers (item #4), Pitch Adjustment
T-Screws/Washers (item #5) and T-Nuts (item #1) to attach the Pitch Adjustment
Yoke and Lens Adapter Ring to the Anamorphic Lens Holder. The Yoke should be
as close to the primary lens as possible.
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Figure 3-26. Attaching the Anamorphic Lens to the Lens Ring
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Configure Lens Motor Trigger (CineWide with AutoScope):
CineWide with AutoScope maintains constant image height independent of the aspect
ratio, while using the full display resolution of the projector. It accomplishes this by moving
the anamorphic lens in front of the primary lens when widescreen material is being viewed.
When the viewer transitions back to 16:9 or 4:3 source material, the anamorphic lens
moves out of the light path.
To configure the lens motor trigger on the DHD Controller for proper AutoScope
operation:
1. Project a 2.35:1 aspect ratio test pattern or other image on the screen.
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2. On the DHD Controller remote control or front panel, press MENU.
3. Select Calibration from the Main Menu and enter the Calibration Menu passcode.
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4. Select Adjustment Mode from the Calibration Menu and set it to Both (if it isn’t
already). Then, press EXIT twice to return to the Main Menu.
5. Select Service from the Main Menu and enter the Service Menu passcode.
Note
You must enter a passcode to access the Service menu for the first
time after turning on the system.
6. Select Triggers from the Service menu.
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7. Assign the trigger outputs to which the lens motors are connected to the Cinema
and Virtual Cinema aspect ratios. This enables the lens motors to move the
anamorphic lenses into position (in front of the primary lenses) when either aspect
ratio is selected.
8. Select the Cinema or Virtual Cinema aspect ratio to move the anamorphic lenses into
position, if they aren’t already. To do this, press CINEMA or V-CINE on the DHD
Controller remote control (Figure 2-8), or press
or
repeatedly with no menus
visible on-screen.
9. Proceed as described in the following sections to adjust the top and bottom
anamorphic lenses.
Horizontal Position (X) Adjustment:
1. Select Service -> Test Video and choose Primary Alignment (if adjusting the top
anamorphic lens) or Secondary Alignment (if adjusting the bottom anamorphic
lens).
2. Loosen the Yaw/X-Adjustment Levers underneath the lens.
3. Slowly move the anamorphic lens into place (from right to left or vice versa) so that
there are no shadows on either side of the screen.
4. When the horizontal position is properly set, tighten the Yaw/X-Adjustment Levers to
secure the lens in place.
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Adjusting the Height (Y): With the alignment pattern still on-screen, loosen the
Height/Y Adjustment T-Screws on either side of the lens. Then, slowly move the
anamorphic lens into place so that there are no shadows on the top or bottom of the
screen.
When the height is properly set, tighten the Height Adjustment T-Screws to secure the
lens in place.
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Adjusting the Pitch (Angle): Next, angle the lens to even out any top-to-bottom
pincushion distortion. To do this, loosen the Pitch Adjustment T-Screws (directly below
the Height/Y Adjustment T-Screws) on either side of the lens to allow it to pivot freely.
Then, adjust the anamorphic lens angle so that the projected image is rectangular:
Correct Lens Angle
Incorrect Lens Angle
The anamorphic lens will almost always be angled with respect to the projector; this is
normal.
Note
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Once the proper lens angle has been set, firmly tighten the Pitch Adjustment T-Screws to
secure the lens in place.
There may be some pincushion distortion even after the lens is
properly adjusted, especially at shorter throw distances. If this is the
case, Runco recommends that you slightly over-scan the image
into the screen frame area to mask the distortion.
Yaw Adjust: Loosen the Yaw/X-Adjustment Levers to allow the lens to pivot freely from
side to side. Then, angle the lens to even out any left-to-right pincushion distortion:
Anamorphic Lens (Top View)
Once the proper lens angle has been set, firmly tighten the Yaw/X-Adjustment Levers to
secure the lens in place.
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Geometry:
1. Unscrew the Anamorphic Lens just enough to allow it to rotate freely.
2. Grasp the lens by the center ring and rotate the lens until the image is properly
anamorphic:
Correct Position
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Wrong Position
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Focus: Finally, rotate the Focus Ring on the anamorphic
lens to fine-tune the optical focus.
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3. When the image geometry appears correct, tighten the
Anamorphic Lens Set Screw (item #3) to secure the lens in place.
(When viewed from the front, the rear opening on the anamorphic
lens should appear as a tall, narrow oval.)
Verify Proper Image Alignment with Anamorphic Lenses:
After you have installed the anamorphic lenses, ensure that the 2.35:1 image corners and
edges are aligned with the screen with no geometric distortion:
1. Select Adjustment Mode from the Calibration Menu and set it to Secondary.
2. Use the Image Alignment controls to make any necessary adjustments (refer to
Adjusting the Image Geometry on page 54).
3.11
Working With the
Lamp
At this point you may want to check and adjust the following settings to optimize lamp
performance:
• Adjust the lamp intensity level to maintain uniform, constant brightness over time as the
lamps age.
• Change the optical aperture size.
To access them, choose Calibration from the Main Menu and enter the Calibration menu
passcode. Then, choose Display Color - Projector Settings -> Lamp (refer to Lamp on
page 81) or Display Color - Projector Settings -> RVR (refer to RVR on page 82).
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4. Operation
To display the Main Menu, press the MENU button on the remote control or Primary DHD
Controller front panel (Figure 2-4).
To select a menu item, use the
and
buttons on the remote control or Primary DHD
Controller front panel to highlight it. Then, to confirm your selection, press ENTER on the
remote control or DHD Controller front panel.
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The D-113d OSD menus are arranged hierarchically, as shown in Figure 4-1. Some menu
options apply only to certain input signal types. For example, Phase and Tracking can only
be adjusted for RGB, Component video or SCART signals.
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4.1
Using the On-Screen
Menus
Operation
Screen
Picture
Input Position
Memory
Presets
3D
Processing
Sleep Timer
Information
Screen 1 / Screen 2
Gamma
Color Temp
Color Gamut
Lamp
Display Color Projector Settings
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Aspect Ratio
-100, -99... 0 ... 99, 100 (Red, Green, Blue)
Display Color Common Settings
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Noise Filter
Left/Right
Up/Down
Width
Height
Overscan
Overscan Mode
(Zoom/Crop)
Phase
(RGB/Component/SCART signals
only)
Tracking
(RGB/Component/SCART signals
only)
Recall ISF Night or ISF Day
Recall/Save Custom 1 or Custom 2
Reset Custom 1 and Custom 2 to
Factory Default
3D Mode
(Auto, Off, Side-by-Side,
Top-and-Bottom or Frame Packing)
Reverse Eyes
(On/Off)
Off, 30 Minutes, 60 Minutes, 90
Minutes, 2 Hours or 4 Hours
Signal
System
Network
Field Service
Manufacturing
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Input Source
Gain
Offset
Composite 1
Composite 2
Composite 3
Component
HD 1
HD 2
SCART
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
16:9
4:3
Letterbox
VirtualWide
Cinema
Virtual Cinema
Native
Input Image
Calibration
Input Color
ConstantContrast
RVR
Engine Configuration
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Gain
Offset
Chroma Delay
Noise Filter
Save ISF Night
Save ISF Day
Memory Preset
Aspect Ratio
Left/Right
Up/Down
Width
Height
Screen Masking
Corner Alignment
Image Alignment
Midpoint Alignment
Adjustment Mode
Splash Configure
OSD Position
-50, -49 ... 0 ... 49, 50
-32, -31... 0 ... 31, 32
(HD 1, HD 2 and Component inputs only)
0, 1, 2 ... 7
(Composite inputs only)
0, 1, 2 ... 63
Back / Confirm
Copy/Paste
Output Shift
Mode
(Simple / Advanced)
Simple
(1.00, 1.01, 1.02 ... 2.20 ... 3.38, 3.39, 3.40)
Advanced
(0 (2.2 gamma curve),
1, 2, 3 ... 20 (custom gamma tables))
Simple (3200K, 5500K, 6500K, 7500K or 9300K)
Auto, REC709, SMPTE-C, EBU or PCE
Red x, y
Green x, y
Blue x, y
White x, y
Mode
(Power / Intensity)
Power
(300, 301, 302 ... 350W ... 370)
Intensity
(0%, 1%, 2% ... 100%)
Off, Low or High
0, 1, 2 ... 9
Dual / Single
Both, Primary or Secondary
Owner Name
ISF Calibrated
ISF Other
Splash Timer
Splash Enable
Hor. / Ver.
Copy Settings
Paste Settings
Copy Settings
Paste Settings
-50, -49 ... 0 ... 49, 50
-50, -49, 48 ... 0
0, 1, 2 ... 100
(Top / Bottom / Left / Right / Test Pattern Enable)
Top Left / Top Right / Bottom Left / Bottom Right /
Test Pattern Enable
Center / Top Middle / Left Middle / Right Middle /
Bottom Middle / Test Pattern Enable
5, 6, 7 ... 15 ... 59, 60
On/Off
0, 1, 2 ... 100
Note: Default settings appear in bold type.
Figure 4-1. D-113d OSD Menu Structure
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Test Video
Input Names
Lens
Display Device - Configure
Display Info.
(read-only)
Lamp Hours Reset
Lamp Calibration
IP Configuration
Auto Firmware Upgrade
Network
E-Mail Notification
Service
Color Space
Triggers
Remote Network Control
Auto, REC601, REC709,
RGB-PC or RGB-Video
1/2/3
Language
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Miscellaneous
Sync Threshold
HDMI
Front Panel Brightness
Auto Power Off
Standby Mode
System Reset
Focus
Zoom
Shift (Up / Down, Left / Right, Home)
Projector Serial Number
Lamp 1 Hours / Lamp 2 Hours
Lamp 1 Hours Reset
Lamp 2 Hours Reset
Yes (confirm) / No
White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan,
Magenta
DHCP (On / Off), IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Default Gateway, Communication
Test
Auto Check for New Firmware, Auto
Perform Upgrade, Check for New
Firmware
E-Mail Address, Error Notification, Error
Notification to Runco, Periodic Service
Notification, Lamp Life Notification,
Customer Information, E-Mail Calibration
Data
On / Off
(Not available on Composite 1,
Composite 2 or Composite 3 inputs)
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Auto, Floor Front, or Floor Rear
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Color Bars 1
Color Bars 2
Focus
Grey Bars
Primary / Secondary / Dual
Alignment
3D
Rename/Restore
Installation Picture Orientation
OSD Timer
OSD Messages
Blank Screen Color
Sidebar Color
Film Mode
(SD sources only)
CUE
(Chroma Upsampling Error)
Remote Code
0, 1, 2 ... 15
HDMI EDID Extension
Audio Format
CEC
HPD Toggle Rejection
Logo LED
Standby LED
LCD
Enable
Hours
Low Power / Fast Startup
English, Français, Deutsch, Italiano,
Español, Svenska,
(Simplified
Chinese),
(Traditional Chinese),
Português,
(Russian),
(Japanese) or
(Korean)
0 (no timeout) or 5, 6, 7 ... 30 ... 60 sec.
On / Off
Red/Green/Blue = 0, 1, 2, 3 ... 255
On / Off
On / Off
00, 01, 02 ... 17 ... 31
(HD 1, HD 2 and Component inputs only)
On / Off (per HDMI input)
Combined / HDMI Out (To Display) / HDMI
Out (Audio Only)
On / Off
Auto / On / Off
0 (off), 1, 2 ... 31
On / Off
0 (off), 1, 2, 3 or 4
On / Off
1, 2, 3, 4, ... 8 ... 23, 24
Figure 4-1. D-113d OSD Menu Structure (continued)
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Main Menu ➤
The Main Menu is the starting point for accessing all DHD Controller functions.
(You must enter a passcode to access the Calibration and Service menus.)
Runco Video
Input Source
Aspect Ratio
Note
Screen
Picture
Input Position
You must perform and save all image adjustments on both the
Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers. The Adjustment Mode
setting allows you to do this. For more information, refer to
Adjustment Mode on page 85.
When you set the Adjustment Mode to Primary or Secondary, the
Main Menu title becomes “Runco Video (Pri.)” or “Runco Video
(Sec.)” respectively.
Memory Presets
3D Processing
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Sleep Timer
Information
Service
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Input Source ➤
Input Source
Î
Composite 1
Composite 2
Composite 3
Component
HD 1
HD 2
SCART
HDMI 1
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
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HDMI 2
Aspect Ratio ➤
Aspect Ratio
7
…
…
…
…
…
…
16:9
4:3
Letterbox
VirtualWide
Cinema
Virtual Cinema
Native
From the Main Menu, select Input Source to choose a video signal source.
The active source is indicated by an arrow (Î) to its left; in this example, Composite is the
active source.
To change the aspect ratio (size and shape) of the projected image, select Aspect Ratio
from the Main Menu and press ENTER. Select the appropriate aspect ratio for your
screen size and the type of program material being viewed; refer to Table 4-1.
The currently-selected aspect ratio is indicated by a “7” to its left; in this example, 16:9 is
selected.
Note that some aspect ratios are unavailable and/or not useful with certain types of
source material. The optimal setting depends on a number of factors, such as:
• The aspect ratio of the source material, as broadcast or encoded on the playback
medium.
• The “display type” (16:9 or 4:3) and output resolution settings at the source
component. Most modern DVD/BD players and set-top boxes have such controls.
• Viewer preference (original aspect ratio with “black bars,” or a full-screen presentation
with some distortion or cropping).
Note
The aspect ratio selection is automatically saved for each input and
resolution.
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Table 4-1. Aspect Ratio Settings
Aspect Ratio
Remote
Control
Key
16:9
16:9
Description
Select 16:9 to view 16:9 DVDs
and HDTV programs in their
native aspect ratio.
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16:9 Image on
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4:3 images are stretched
horizontally to fit a 16:9 screen.
4:3 Image, stretched to fill
16:9 Screen (Display)
4:3
4:3
4:3 Image on
16:9 Screen (Display)
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Letterbox
4:3 Image on
16:9 Display
(Letterbox aspect ratio)
VirtualWide
V-WIDE
4:3 Image on
16:9 Screen (Display)
Standard 4:3 scales the input
signal to fit in the center of the
16:9 screen. 4:3 is the aspect
ratio used by computer
monitors, standard television
programming and most VHS
video cassettes.
Letterbox mode scales (zooms
in on) a 4:3 image linearly (by the
same amount on all sides) to fill
a 16:9 display.
Letterbox is best suited for
viewing LaserDisc movies or
non-anamorphic DVDs on a
16:9 screen.
VirtualWide scales a 4:3 image
NON-linearly (more on the sides
than in the center) to fit a 16:9
screen.
4:3 Image on
16:9 Screen
with VirtualWide
4:3 Image on
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Table 4-1. Aspect Ratio Settings (continued)
Aspect Ratio
Remote
Control
Key
Cinema
CINEMA
Description
Select Cinema to view 2.35
source material in its native
aspect ratio.
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(Cinema aspect ratio / no CineWide)
2.35:1 Image on
2.35:1 Screen
(Cinema aspect ratio / CineWide)
Virtual Cinema
V-CINE
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16:9
16:9 Image
Image on
on
2.35:1
2.35:1 Screen
Screen
With a 16:9 screen and a
standard D-113d (without an
anamorphic lens), the upper and
lower portions of the screen are
masked, but the geometry of the
active image area is unchanged.
With a 2.35:1 screen and an
anamorphic lens, the DHD
Controller scales the 2.35:1
image so that the active image
area fills the 16:9 chip surface,
eliminating the black bars. The
secondary, anamorphic lens
then restores the proper
geometry to the 2.35:1 image.
A 16:9 image is scaled
NON-linearly (more on the sides
than in the center) to fit a 2.35:1
screen.
16:9 Image on
2.35:1 Screen with
Virtual Cinema
Native
NATIVE
1080i HDTV Image
Select Native to display the
source signal in its native
resolution, centered in the
display area with no re-sizing or
overscan.
This means, for example, that
720p HDTV programs will
display with unused pixels on all
sides: 320 on the left and right
sides and 180 above and below.
720p HDTV Image
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With SDTV and EDTV sources,
the DHD Controller scales the
image horizontally to achieve a
16:9 aspect ratio.
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The Screen Menu allows you to recall multiple sets of stored values for certain controls
(Output Shift and Image Alignment) that are saved for each aspect ratio. Such settings are
also saved “per screen.” To recall the Output Shift and Image Alignment settings
associated with “Screen 1” or “Screen 2,” make that selection here.
Screen
Screen
Screen 1
Screen 2
Use the controls in the Picture Menu to calibrate each DHD Controller input to achieve
optimum picture quality.
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The DHD Controller has been designed to incorporate setup and calibration standards
established by the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF). The ISF has developed carefully
crafted, industry-recognized standards for optimal video performance and has
implemented a training program for technicians and installers to use these standards to
obtain optimal picture quality from Runco video display devices. Accordingly, Runco
recommends that setup and calibration be performed by an ISF certified installation
technician.
All signal types require separate processing. Therefore, you need to calibrate each DHD
Controller input separately.
1. When you change a picture quality setting, save the change to a
preset afterwards. Otherwise, the change will be lost when a
different input is selected. (Picture quality settings are saved for
each input and display mode separately.) For information about
saving settings, refer to Memory Presets on page 73.
2. For best results, Runco recommends that you set
ConstantContrast to Off before adjusting Brightness, Contrast
and other image quality settings in this menu (refer to
ConstantContrast on page 82). After you have completed the
initial calibration, set ConstantContrast to On if desired.
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Note
Although it may be possible to obtain satisfactory picture quality using the naked eye and
regular program material, Runco recommends using an external test pattern source
(Ovation Multimedia, Digital Video Essentials or AVIA test DVD or equivalent) for best
results.
Connect your test pattern source to the input that you are calibrating and proceed as
follows. Perform the adjustments in the order listed here.
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Picture
Picture
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Noise Filter
Operation
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Brightness: On your external test pattern source, select a PLUGE pattern. (PLUGE is an
acronym for “Picture Line-Up Generation Equipment.”) Figure 4-2 shows a typical PLUGE
pattern.
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Above Black
Figure 4-2. Typical PLUGE Pattern for Adjusting Brightness
PLUGE patterns vary but generally consist of some combination of black, white and gray
areas against a black background. The example above includes two vertical bars and four
shaded boxes.
Select Brightness from the Picture menu and press ENTER. Adjust the brightness so that:
• The darkest black bars disappear into the background.
• The dark gray areas are barely visible.
• The lighter gray areas are clearly visible.
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• The white areas are a comfortable level of true white.
• The image contains only black, gray and white (no color).
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Contrast: On your external test pattern source, select a stepped, gray-bar pattern like the
one shown in Figure 4-3.
Figure 4-3. Typical Gray Bar Pattern for Adjusting Contrast
Select Contrast and press ENTER. Adjust the contrast to a point just below which the
white rectangle starts to increase in size.
Brightness and contrast controls are interactive. A change to one
may require a subtle change to the other in order to achieve the
optimum setting.
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blue
red
magenta
green
cyan
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yellow
gray
Color Saturation: On your external test pattern source, select a color bar pattern like the
one shown in Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-4. Typical Color Bar Pattern for Adjusting Color Saturation and Tint
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control or DHD Controller front panel.
2. Select Service from the Main Menu and press ENTER.
3. Enter the Service menu passcode.
4. Select Display Device from the Service menu and press ENTER.
5. Press ENTER again to select Configure.
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6. Select Diagnostics and press ENTER.
7. Select Blue from the Diagnostics menu, then press ENTER to display only the blue
color channel.
8. Press EXIT (or MENU) repeatedly to return to the Main Menu.
9. Select Picture from the Main Menu and press ENTER.
10.Select Color from the Picture menu and press ENTER.
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magenta
green
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11.Adjust the color saturation level until the outermost (gray and blue) color bars appear to
be a single shade of blue:
Tint: Tint or “hue” is essentially the ratio of red to green in the color portion of the image.
When tint is decreased, the image appears redder; when it is increased the image
appears greener.
To adjust the tint, enable “blue only” display mode in the Diagnostics menu, as you would
for adjusting color saturation (refer to the previous section, Color Saturation).
Select Tint from the Picture menu and press ENTER. Adjust the tint level until the cyan
and magenta color bars (on either side of the green bar) appear to be a single shade of
blue.
Note
Like the brightness and contrast controls, the color and tint controls
are interactive. A change to one may require a subtle change to the
other in order to achieve the optimum setting.
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Sharpness: “Sharpness” is the amount of high-frequency detail in the image. To adjust
sharpness, select Sharpness from the Picture menu and press ENTER. On your external
test pattern source, select a pattern like the one shown in Figure 4-5. Adjust as needed,
looking for white edges around the transitions from black to gray and differently-sized lines
in the “sweep” patterns at the top and bottom. Lower the sharpness setting to eliminate
them.
Figure 4-5. Typical Test Pattern for Adjusting Sharpness
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Noise Filter: To apply noise filtering to the input signal, select Noise Filter from the Picture
menu. The Noise Filter is useful for clearing up noisy images from 480i video sources.
Use the left- or right-arrow buttons to select the desired amount of noise reduction,
keeping in mind that higher settings (which reduce high frequencies) may also “soften” the
image.
Use the controls in the Input Position Menu to fine-tune the aspect ratio and image
position for the current source.
Input Position
Input Position
Note
The input position settings are automatically saved for each input
and resolution.
Left/Right
Up/Down
Width
Height
Left/Right: Select Left/Right from the Input Position menu to shift the projected image
horizontally. Press
to shift the image to the right; press
to shift it to the left.
Overscan
Up/Down: Select Up/Down from the Input Position menu to shift the projected image
vertically. Press
to shift the image upward; press
to shift it downward.
Phase
Width: Select Width from the Input Position menu to change the projected image width.
Press
to increase the width; press
to decrease it.
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Overscan Mode
Tracking
Operation
Height: Select Height from the Input Position menu to change the projected image
height. Press
to increase the height; press
to decrease it.
Overscan/Overscan Mode: Overscan pushes the outside edge of the active picture
area of the video signal out beyond the edge of the display area.
Some television programs are produced based on the assumption that older television
sets may not display the outer edges of the broadcast picture area. Overscan effectively
trims away these inactive, outer edges and enlarges the remaining portion of the image to
fill the display area.
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For HDTV, DVDs and other video sources, Overscan is generally not necessary or
desirable.
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This control defines the amount of overscan applied to the image. The range is from
0 to 20. There are two overscan modes:
• In Crop mode, each increment adds a mask at the top, bottom, left and right edges of
the source image equal to 0.5% of the displayed horizontal resolution (1% total). A
setting of 10, for example, crops the image 5% on all sides or 10% total.
• In Zoom mode, each increment adds a factor to the scaling of the source image so
that the vertical and horizontal resolutions are 100% plus 1% increments of the size
determined by the aspect ratio function. A setting of 10, for example, zooms in on the
image 5% on all sides or 10% total.
Figure 4-6 illustrates the effect of each overscan mode setting.
Off
Crop
Zoom
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4:3
16:9
= Source Image Area
= Edge Noise
= Screen (16:9)
Figure 4-6. Overscan Modes
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Phase (RGB, Component or SCART sources): This control adjusts the phase of the
pixel sampling clock relative to the incoming signal. Adjust the phase when an RGB,
Component or SCART image still shows shimmer or “noise” after Tracking has been
optimized.
Adjust the Phase after adjusting Tracking (see below).
Tip
Y
For best results, use a good test pattern such as a smooth gray consisting of a clear
pattern of black and white pixels, or a similar “half on, half off” graphic image. Adjust the
slidebar until the image stabilizes and each pixel is clearly defined. You may notice that
you can stabilize the image at more than one point. Use either setting in such cases.
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Tracking (RGB, Component or SCART sources): Tracking determines the frequency
of the pixel sampling clock, indicated by the number of incoming pixels per line, so that all
pixels generated by a particular source are sampled.
Steady flickering or several soft vertical stripes or bands across the entire image indicates
poor pixel tracking. Proper pixel tracking helps ensure that the image quality is consistent
across the screen, that aspect ratio is maintained and that pixel phase (see above) can be
optimized.
For each input, the DHD Controller lets you save image quality settings as presets that you
can recall at a later time. You can create up to four presets per input and display mode
(resolution and frame rate).
The DHD Controller stores the following display modes in each memory preset:
• 480i
• 576i
• 576p
• 720p/24 Hz
• 720p/25 Hz
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• 480p
• 720p/30 Hz
• 720p/50 Hz
• 720p/60 Hz
• 1080i/50 Hz
• 1080i/50 Hz (Australia)
• 1080i/60 Hz
• 1080p/24 Hz
• 1080p/25 Hz
• 1080p/30 Hz
• 1080p/50 Hz
• 1080p/60 Hz
Use the Memory Presets menu to recall saved image presets, or to save image settings in
the “Custom 1” or “Custom 2” memory location. The currently-selected preset is indicated
by a “Δ to its left; in the example shown here, ISF Night is selected.
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Memory Presets
Memory Presets
Î ISF Night
ISF Day
Custom 1
Save
Reset
Custom 2
Save
Reset
Operation
You should save changes to any of the following settings to a preset; otherwise they will
be lost when a new input source or resolution is selected:
• Brightness
• Contrast
• Color saturation
• Tint
• Sharpness
• Gamma
• Color temperature and white balance
or
to highlight it and press ENTER.
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To select a memory preset, press
Y
• Lamp Settings
To save the settings for the current input and display mode to the Custom 1 or Custom 2
memory preset, select it, press
or
to highlight Save and press ENTER.
Note
To save the settings for the current input and display mode to the
ISF Night or ISF Day memory preset, select Save ISF Night or Save
ISF Day from the Calibration menu (refer to Save ISF Night/Save
ISF Day on page 83).
To reset the Custom 1 or Custom 2 memory preset to its factory-default state, select it,
press
or
to highlight Reset and press ENTER.
3D Processing ➤
Reverse Eyes
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3D Processing
3D Mode
Select 3D Processing from the Main Menu to set the following options related to
formatting and delivery of HDMI 3D content.
3D Mode: Select 3D Mode from the 3D Processing menu to specify how the Primary and
Secondary DHD Controllers process the “left eye” and “right eye” image components
respectively.
• Choose Auto to have the DHD Controller determine the appropriate 3D mode based
on the HDMI vendor-specific InfoFrame data. This is the default setting.
• Choose Off for 2D content.
• Choose Side-by-Side to have the Primary
and Secondary DHD Controllers scale the
left and right image halves respectively to fill
the screen.
Side-by-Side multiplexing is used with 1080i
source material.
• Choose Top-and-Bottom to have the
Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers
scale the top and bottom image halves
respectively to fill the screen.
Top-and-Bottom multiplexing is used with
720p or 1080p source material.
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• Choose Frame Packing to have the 3Dimension Processor decode frame packed
data into left and right eye data. In this mode, the DHD Controllers do not perform any
3D processing.
Reverse Eyes: By default, the Primary and Secondary DHD Controllers are dedicated to
“left eye” and “right eye” image processing respectively. To reverse this relationship,
choose Reverse Eyes from the 3D Processing menu and set it to On.
Select Sleep Timer from the Main Menu to turn off the D-113d after a specified interval.
Press
or
to select Off, 30 Minutes, 60 Minutes, 90 Minutes, 2 Hours or 4 Hours.
Then, press ENTER.
Sleep Timer
Sleep Timer
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60 Minutes
90 Minutes
2 Hours
4 Hours
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Information ➤
Information
Signal
System
Signal / System: Select Information from the Main Menu, then choose either Signal or
System to display information about the current input signal (resolution, frequency, type et
cetera) and installed firmware versions, as well as other information that uniquely identifies
your DHD Controller and display device.
Should you ever need to contact Runco Technical Support, this information will help them
answer your questions or resolve product performance issues.
Network
Field Service
Manufacturing
MAC Address
1A:2B:3C:4D:5E:6F
IP Address
192.168.0.150
Subnet Mask
255.255.0.0
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
Enabled
Model
DHD4
1080p/60
Display Name
D-113d
Input Resolution
1920x1080
Output Resolution
1920x1080
Vertical Freq
59.94 Hz
Horizontal Freq
67.500 kHz
Pixel Clock
148.500 MHz
Color Space
REC709
Sync Type
Separate
Memory Preset
ISF Night
Y
HDMI 1
Signal Format
Serial Number
00000000
Boot Version
4.0
Firmware Version
4.0
Micro Version
4.0
Network: Select Information from the Main Menu, then choose Network to display
information about the Ethernet network connection.
To enable network communication via Ethernet, refer to IP Configuration on page 89.
Field Service / Manufacturing: The Field Service and Manufacturing menus are
password-protected and intended for use only by Runco service personnel and factory
technicians.
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Network Status Connected
Input Source
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DHCP
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Signal
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Use the Calibration menu to perform advanced picture quality adjustments. This menu
should be used by ISF-certified technicians only.
Calibration
Calibration
Note
You must enter a passcode to access the Calibration menu.
ISF Settings
Display Color
Input Image
To recall the ISF Night or ISF Day settings, select “ISF Night” or “ISF Day” from the
Memory Presets menu (see page 73) or use the corresponding remote control buttons.
Input Color
Save ISF Night
Save ISF Day
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Display Color - Common Settings: Use the Display Color - Common Settings menu to
adjust the color balance at the DHD Controller output. These settings are saved
independently for each input and display mode.
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• Gain: Use the Gain controls to correct color imbalances in the bright areas of the
image. A good way to do this is to use a test pattern consisting mostly of solid white
areas, such as an 80 IRE “window” pattern. If the white areas contain traces of red (Pr),
green (Y) or blue (Pr), decrease the Gain for that color.
• Offset: Use the Offset controls to correct color imbalances in the dark areas of the
image. A good way to do this is to use a test pattern consisting mostly of dark gray
areas, such as a 30 IRE “window” pattern. If the gray areas contain traces of red (Pr),
green (Y) or blue (Pr), decrease the Offset for that color.
• Gamma: Select Gamma from the Display Color - Common Settings menu to choose a
de-gamma curve. Used correctly, the Gamma control can improve contrast while
maintaining good details for blacks and whites. If excess ambient light washes out the
image and it becomes difficult or impossible to see details in dark areas, lower the
gamma setting to compensate. This improves contrast while maintaining good details
for blacks. Conversely, if the image is washed out and unnatural, with excessive detail
in black areas, increase the setting.
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• Mode: With the D-113d, two Gamma adjustment modes are available: Simple or
Advanced. The two modes are mutually exclusive; when you select the Simple
mode, the Advanced selection in the Gamma menu is grayed out. Likewise, when
you select Advanced, the Simple selection is grayed out.
• Simple: Use the Simple Gamma control to perform gamma correction at the display
according to a simple power law gamma function. The value chosen here
corresponds to the power variable in this equation:
Output = InputPower
The DHD Controller applies this gamma curve to all three primary color channels
(red, green and blue).
• Advanced: To select a custom gamma curve, select Mode from the Gamma menu
and set it to Advanced. Then, select Advanced from the Gamma menu to select one
of up to 20 pre-programmed gamma tables. Custom gamma tables provide the
ability to perform complex, non-linear gamma correction on each primary color
channel independently of the others.
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Copy/Paste
Output Shift
Image Alignment
Adjustment Mode
Splash Configure
OSD Position
Operation
• Color Temp: Select Color Temp from the Display Color - Common Settings menu to
adjust the color temperature. Color temperature establishes the “color of gray” by
adjusting the 75% white point to various color points.
What are “color points?” A “color point” is an x/y coordinate pair that defines a
color’s location on the standard CIE chromaticity graph, shown in Figure 4-7. (CIE
stands for “Commission Internationale de l’Éclairage” (International Commission on
Illumination), the organization responsible for color measurement and management
standards.)
1.0
Y
y
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0.8
0.7
Green
0.6
10000
8000
6667
5714
5000
Red
2222
2500
D93
0.3
0.2
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4000
D50
D65
3333
Cyan
0.4
2000
Yellow
0.5
Magenta
0.1
Blue
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9 x 1.0
Figure 4-7. CIE 1931 Chromaticity Diagram
• Simple: Select Simple mode from the Color Temp menu (with the D-113d, this is
the only choice) to choose one of five color temperature presets: 3200K, 5500K,
6500K, 7500K and 9300K. The default setting, 6500K, is appropriate for most
situations. Higher settings produce a “bluer” picture; lower ones impart a reddish
hue to the image.
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Table 4-2 lists the x- and y-coordinates for each color temperature preset in “Simple”
mode.
Table 4-2. Color Temperature Presets and Associated Color Points
Associated x/y Values
Color Temperature Preset
y
3200K
0.423
0.404
5500K
0.332
0.348
6500K
0.313
0.329
7500K
0.299
0.315
9300K
0.284
0.298
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• Color Gamut: Select Color Gamut from the Display Color - Common Settings menu to
select a color gamut (range) that may be different from the default color gamut.
Each setting defines the precise hue of each primary (red, green and blue) and
secondary (yellow, cyan and magenta) color component used to generate the millions
of colors produced in displays. Changing this setting relocates the “triangle” for
possible colors (see Figure 4-7). For example, changing the x/y coordinates for red
moves the color closer to either orange or violet, which in turn affects all displayed
colors having a red component.
Note
The DHD Controller uses the Color Gamut settings for all display
modes on a given input.
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• The default setting, Auto, automatically chooses the appropriate color gamut:
• SMPTE C for NTSC, 480i and 480p sources.
• EBU for PAL, SECAM, 576i and 576p sources.
• REC709 for all other sources.
• Select REC709 to use the color gamut defined in ITU-R BT.709-5.
• Select SMPTE-C to use the color gamut defined in SMPTE 170M-1999.
• Select EBU to use the color gamut defined in EBU Tech. 3213-E.
• Select PCE to use the Personal Color Equalizer feature of the D-113d. PCE lets you
define a custom color gamut. Refer to the next section, PCE, for instructions on how to
do this.
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Table 4-3 lists the Color Gamut settings and associated x- and y-coordinates for each
primary and secondary color component.
Table 4-3. x/y Color Gamut Values
Color Gamut Settings and Associated x/y Values
Primary
Color
REC709
SMPTE “C”
EBU
y
x
y
x
y
Red
0.640
0.330
0.635
0.340
0.640
0.330
Yellow
0.419
0.505
0.421
0.506
0.418
0.502
Green
0.300
0.600
0.305
0.595
0.290
0.600
Cyan
0.225
0.329
0.228
0.326
0.220
0.329
Blue
0.150
0.060
0.155
0.070
0.150
0.060
Magenta
0.321
0.154
0.318
0.162
0.328
0.158
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• PCE: To use the Personal Color Equalizer to define a custom color gamut, choose the
“PCE” Color Gamut setting (refer to Color Gamut on page 79). Then, choose PCE
from the Display Color - Common Settings menu and press ENTER.
Note
The DHD Controller uses the PCE settings for all display modes on
a given input.
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PCE provides the ability to define a custom color gamut in terms of a “white point” and
primary (red, green, blue) color points; see Figure 4-7.
Display Color
RGBW
Red x
Red y
0.640
• RGBW (Red, Green, Blue, White): To precisely adjust the primary color points and
white point associated with the custom color gamut, choose RGBW from the PCE
sub-menu. Each control operates only on the color specified. Surrounding colors are
linearly interpolated based on their distance from each of these colors.
0.330
Green x
0.300
Green y
0.600
Blue x
0.150
Blue y
0.060
White x
0.313
White y
0.329
7 Auto Color Enable
7 Test Pattern Enable
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The Auto Color Enable and Test Pattern Enable checkboxes let you choose what to
display on-screen while making these adjustments. These controls work together as
follows:
Auto Color Enable
Setting
Test Pattern Enable
Setting
Off
Off
When both boxes are unchecked, the input
signal (normal picture) appears on the
display.
Off
On
When only the Test Pattern Enable box is
checked, a white “curtain” test pattern
appears instead of the input signal.
On
Off
When only the Auto Color Enable box is
checked, the input signal appears on the
display.
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Description
When you select a red, green or blue color
point to adjust, the DHD Controller displays
only that color channel. When you select a
white point x- or y-value, all colors are
visible (normal picture).
On
On
When both boxes are checked, the DHD
Controller automatically displays a red,
green, blue or white “curtain” test pattern
when you select an x- or y-value for that
color point to adjust.
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Display Color - Projector Settings: These settings are also saved independently for
each input and display mode.
• Lamp: Select Lamp from the Display Color - Projector Settings menu to adjust the
projector lamp brightness.
Note
The Lamp settings affect all lamps.
• Mode: With the D-113d, two lamp adjustment modes are available: Power or
Intensity (default). The two modes are mutually exclusive; when you select the Power
mode, the Intensity selection in the Lamp menu is grayed out. Likewise, when you
select Intensity, the Power selection is grayed out.
Tip
For 3D applications, “Intensity” is the preferred Lamp Mode as it
maintains constant brightness balance throughout the life of the
lamps. This eliminates the need to adjust the projector brightness
to compensate for lamp aging.
• Power: To supply a constant wattage to the lamp, select Mode from the Lamp
menu and set it to Power. Then, select Power from the Lamp menu to set the lamp
power level. You can choose to run the lamp as bright as possible (this is the default
setting) or you can choose a lower setting. Generally, lower lamp output prolongs
the life of the lamp, but decreases brightness.
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• Intensity: To maintain a constant brightness level, select Mode from the Lamp
menu and set it to Intensity. Then, select Intensity from the Lamp menu to specify
the desired brightness level. The projector automatically adjusts the amount of
power applied to the lamp as needed to maintain the desired brightness level. The
default Intensity setting, 0%, holds brightness equivalent to 300W constantly.
• ConstantContrast: Select ConstantContrast from the Display Color - Projector
Settings menu to enable (On) or disable (Off) ConstantContrast in the optical engine.
ConstantContrast uses a dynamic iris that modulates light to the DMD based on the
actual content of the video material. Runco recommends that you disable
ConstantContrast before adjusting Brightness, Contrast or other image settings, or if
you change the RVR setting (see below) to something other than the default value.
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• RVR: Use the RVR control to increase or decrease the Reflectance Volume Regulation
setting. RVR lets you adjust the aperture or iris size (the physical opening through the
lens; similar to an “f-stop” on a camera). Doing so allows you to optimize brightness
and contrast according to the amount of ambient light in the viewing area.
Use a lower setting (larger aperture = higher brightness) for rooms with a lot of ambient
light. Use a higher setting (smaller aperture = higher contrast) for more “theater-like”
viewing conditions (little or no ambient light).
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Note
You cannot use ConstantContrast and RVR at the same time (both
controls affect the aperture size, in different ways). Generally, using
RVR to set the total image brightness produces more satisfying
results than using ConstantContrast.
• Engine Configuration: By default (and by design), the D-113d produces 2D images
that are almost twice as bright as 3D images. If this is not desirable, choose Engine
Configuration from the Display Color - Projector Settings menu and set it to Single.
With this setting, the difference in brightness between 2D and 3D modes is much less
noticeable.
Input Image: The Input Image controls are functionally similar to those in the Picture
menu (refer to page 67), but are accessible only by entering the Calibration menu
passcode.
Note
The Input Image settings establish the “zero point” for the Picture
menu settings, whose values represent offsets from the Input
Image settings. For example, if you set Brightness to 10 in this
menu, setting Brightness to 10 in the Picture menu results in an
actual setting value of 20 (10+10).
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Input Color: The Input Color controls are similar to those in the Display Color menu (see
above), but adjust the color balance of the incoming signal. These settings are also saved
independently for each input and display mode.
• Gain/Offset (HD1, HD2 and Component/SCART inputs only): These controls
operate similarly to those in the Display Color - Common Settings menu (described
on page 77), but affect the Y, Pb and Pr signal components rather than the red, green
and blue channels.
• Chroma Delay: use the Chroma Delay control to correct a mis-aligned image from a
composite video source. Chroma delay in an image causes color shifts to occur to the
left of the vertical edge transitions, producing artificial shadows or a “halo” effect. If
necessary, adjust this setting to eliminate them.
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• Noise Filter: To apply noise filtering to the input signal, select Noise Filter from the
Input Color menu. The Noise Filter is useful for clearing up noisy images from 480i
video sources.
Use the left- or right-arrow buttons to select the desired amount of noise reduction,
keeping in mind that higher settings (which reduce high frequencies) may also “soften”
the image.
Save ISF Night/Save ISF Day: Whenever you make a change to the ISF settings, you
should always save it. Select Save ISF Night or Save ISF Day from the Calibration menu to
do this.
Copy/Paste - Memory Preset: You can copy and paste settings from one memory
preset to another. This gives you a convenient starting point for creating a new preset
based on an existing one, to make the calibration process less time-consuming.
Memory Preset
For example, you can use the Copy/Paste Memory Preset feature to:
Aspect Ratio
Copy/Paste
• Apply settings from HDMI 1 to HDMI 2, or from HD1 to HD2.
• Calibrate an input for 720p source signals, then use those settings for 1080i sources.
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• Duplicate ISF Night settings for a given source and signal format and save them in the
Custom 1 memory preset.
To use this feature, select Copy/Paste from the Calibration menu, then select Memory
Preset.
• Memory Preset - Copy Settings: Select Copy Settings from the Copy/Paste
Memory Preset menu to place the settings for the current input source, signal format
(resolution and frame rate) and memory preset onto a “clipboard,” which is a temporary
memory location. When you do, the message “Settings Copied” briefly appears
on-screen. The Copy/Paste menu then re-appears, indicating the source of the copied
settings.
Note
Copied settings are not retained after a power cycle.
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Memory Preset
Copy Settings
Paste Settings
Copied From:
Input Source
HDMI 1
Signal Format
1080p/60
Memory Preset
ISF Night
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• Memory Preset - Paste Settings: To apply the settings on the clipboard to a
different input source, signal format and/or memory preset, do any or all of the
following:
• Switch to another input (for example, from HD1 to HD2).
• Change the output signal format at the source (for example, from 720p/60 to
1080i/60).
• Switch to another Memory Preset (for example, from ISF Night to Custom 1).
Then, select Paste Settings from the Copy/Paste Memory Preset menu. If you want
to keep these new settings, you must save them! (Refer to Save ISF Night/Save
ISF Day on page 83 or Memory Presets on page 73.)
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Copy/Paste - Aspect Ratio: You can also copy and paste certain settings, such as
those for Output Shift and Image Alignment (see below) from one aspect ratio or “screen”
(refer to Screen on page 67) to another.
Memory Preset
Aspect Ratio
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To do this, select Copy/Paste from the Calibration menu, then select Aspect Ratio.
Aspect Ratio
Copy Settings
Paste Settings
Copied From:
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Screen
Screen 1
• Aspect Ratio - Copy Settings: Select Copy Settings from the Copy/Paste Aspect
Ratio menu to place the Output Shift and Image Alignment settings for the current
aspect ratio onto a “clipboard,” which is a temporary memory location. When you do,
the message “Settings Copied” briefly appears on-screen. The Copy/Paste menu then
re-appears, indicating the source of the copied settings.
Note
Copied settings are not retained after a power cycle.
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• Aspect Ratio - Paste Settings: To apply the Output Shift and Image Alignment
settings on the clipboard to a different aspect ratio and/or screen, do either of the
following:
• Switch to another aspect ratio (for example, from 16:9 to Cinema).
• Switch from Screen 1 to Screen 2 or vice versa.
Then, select Paste Settings from the Copy/Paste Aspect Ratio menu. The new settings
are saved automatically.
Output Shift: The Left/Right, Up/Down, Width and Height controls in the Output Shift
menu are similar to those in the Input Position menu, except that they change the
characteristics of the output signal. These settings are saved independently for each
aspect ratio and screen selection (refer to Screen on page 67).
• Screen Masking: .This control adjusts the amount of cropping on each edge of the
output image. This differs from the regular Overscan control in two ways:
• It allows separate adjustments on each edge; and
• It is saved per aspect ratio, per screen (as opposed to per connector, per mode).
This is useful for installations where the aspect ratio of the screen doesn’t exactly match
the aspect ratio of the display.
Image Alignment: Use the controls in the Image Alignment menu to ensure proper image
geometry; that is, a perfectly rectangular projected image with no keystoning or pincushion.
For detailed instructions, refer to Adjusting the Image Geometry on page 54.
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Adjustment Mode: By default, any command or control message you send using the
remote control, front-panel keypad or RS-232 interface is acted upon by both the Primary
and Secondary DHD Controllers. In some cases — for example, when using the lens
controls or aligning the “left eye” or “right eye” output images — you may need to address
a command to only the Primary or Secondary DHD Controller. To do this, select
Adjustment Mode from the Calibration menu and set it to Primary or Secondary. The
Main Menu title changes to “Runco Video (Pri.)” or “Runco Video (Sec.)” when you do this.
Lens controls are not available when the Adjustment Mode is set to
Both.
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Splash Configure: Use the Splash Configure menu to control the appearance and
behavior of the “splash” screen that appears on the display upon power-up.
• Owner Name/ISF Calibrated/ISF Other: You can have the D-113d display the
owner’s name, your name, the phrase “ISF Calibrated” and/or any other string, up to
30 characters in length.
Use the up or down cursor button to select a character. Use the right and left cursor
buttons to change the cursor position. Press MENU when you have finished entering
text.
• Splash Timer: When you turn on the D-113d, it projects a welcome screen with the
Runco and ISF logos, along with the personalized information you enter as described
above. Select Splash Timer from the Splash Configure menu to set the amount of time
for which this screen appears. The range is from 5 to 60 seconds, in one-second
increments. Press
or
to set the timer, then press MENU.
• Splash Enable: When you have finished customizing the splash screen, select Splash
Enable from the Splash Configure menu. Then, select On and press ENTER.
Press
or
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Calibration menu and press ENTER.
to select “Hor.” or “Ver.” Then, press
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Service ➤
Use the Service menu to access advanced projector configuration settings. This menu
should be used by ISF-certified technicians only.
Service
Test Video
Note
Input Names
You must enter a passcode to access the Service menu.
Display Device
Network
Test Video: Select Test Video from the Service Menu to access the internal test patterns
on the DHD Controller. Table 4-4 lists the available test patterns and describes their
suggested usage.
Color Space
Triggers
Miscellaneous
HDMI
Standby Mode
System Reset
Suggested Usage
Use this pattern when making
color saturation and tint
adjustments.
Color Bars 1
Use this pattern when making
color saturation and tint
adjustments.
Color Bars 2
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Pattern
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Table 4-4. Test Patterns and Their Suggested Usage
Sync Threshold
Use this pattern when adjusting
the focus.
Focus
Use this pattern when making
brightness, contrast or white
balance (gain/offset) adjustments.
Grey Bars
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Table 4-4. Test Patterns and Their Suggested Usage (continued)
Pattern
Suggested Usage
Use this pattern when aligning the
output from the projector’s
primary or secondary optical
engines (refer to Power-Up
Sequence and Optical
Alignment Procedure on
page 49). Select Dual Alignment
to have both optical engines
output this pattern.
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Primary Alignment
Secondary
Alignment
Dual Alignment
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Use these patterns to confirm that
the left-eye and right eye images
are being processed correctly. To
do this, close your right eye while
viewing this test pattern through
the 3D glasses. If you see only the
left-eye portion, then the system is
correctly configured for 3D.
Normally, the Primary DHD
Controller processes the left-eye
image; the Secondary, the
right-eye image. To change this,
use the Reverse Eyes control in
the 3D Processing menu (refer to
Reverse Eyes on page 75).
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Press MENU to exit test pattern mode.
Input Names: You can give each input a descriptive name. For example, you may want
to change the default input name to the type of source component connected to it:
“VCR,” “DVD,” “Laptop” et cetera. Input names can be up to 12 characters long.
Input Names
Restore
To edit an input name, select Input Names from the Service menu. Press or to select
an input and press ENTER. Use the
or
buttons to change a character; press
or
to select a character to change. When you have finished editing the input name,
press ENTER or MENU.
C o mp o s i t e
1
Composite 1
C o mp o s i t e
2
Composite 2
C o mp o s i t e
3
Composite 3
C o mp o n e n t
Component
To restore the default input name, press
“Restore” column. Then, press ENTER.
HD
1
HD 1
HD
2
HD 2
repeatedly to highlight that input name in the
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HDM I
1
HDMI 1
HDM I
2
HDMI 2
HDM I
3
HDMI 3
HDM I
4
HDMI 4
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Display Device - Configure: The options in the Display Device - Configure menu allow
you to change the picture orientation, perform lens adjustments or access other,
display-device specific functions.
• Installation – Orientation: Select Installation from the Display Device - Configure
menu, then select Orientation to change the picture orientation to suit the method of
installation (Floor Front or Floor Rear). Or, for front-projection installations, use the Auto
setting to have the projector automatically determine the orientation using an internal
sensor.
Lens controls are not available when the Adjustment Mode is set to
Both (refer to Adjustment Mode on page 85).
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• Lens: Select Lens from the Display Device - Configure menu to access the motorized
lens controls. Refer to Adjusting the Focus, Zoom and Position of the Primary
Lenses on page 52.
• Display Info.: Select Display Info. from the Display Device - Configure menu to see the
projector serial number and lamp usage information (number of hours in service).
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• Lamp Hours Reset: When you replace a projector lamp (refer to Lamp
Replacement on page 97), you should also reset its lamp hour counter to zero so that
the lamp usage information in the Display Info. window is accurate. To do this, select
Lamp Hours Reset from the Display Device - Configure menu. Then, select Lamp 1
Hours Reset or Lamp 2 Hours Reset. A confirmation dialog box appears. Select “Yes”
to continue with the reset or “No” to cancel the operation.
• Lamp Calibration: When you replace a projector lamp (refer to Lamp Replacement
on page 97), you must calibrate the system to ensure that the Intensity setting works
correctly (refer to Lamp on page 81). To do this, select Lamp Calibration from the
Display Device - Configure menu. A confirmation dialog box appears. Select “Yes” to
continue with the calibration or “No” to cancel the operation. During calibration, which
takes about 90 seconds, the shutter is closed and no image is seen.
Caution
After replacing a lamp, you must allow the projector to run for at
least five (5) minutes before performing a lamp calibration.
• Diagnostics: Select Diagnostics from the Display Device - Configure menu, then
select Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan or Magenta to display only that color channel
(simulating a filter of that color). This can be useful for calibration or measurement
purposes.
To restore the normal picture (all colors), select White.
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Network: The options in the Network menu allow you to configure the network
communication features.
• IP Configuration: Select IP Configuration from the Network menu to either set the IP
address, subnet mask and default gateway of the DHD Controller manually or obtain
these settings automatically, from a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
server. (Most broadband routers and gateways support DHCP.) You can also test the
network connection from this menu.
• DHCP: To enable the DHCP client in the DHD Controller, select DHCP from the IP
Configuration menu and set it to On. With this setting, the DHD Controller’s IP
address, subnet mask and default gateway are assigned by the local DHCP server.
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Configuration menu are disabled (grayed out) when DHCP is
enabled.
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• IP Address: Select IP Address from the IP Configuration menu to manually
configure the IP Address of the DHD Controller, as follows:
1. Press
or
to select the first, second, third or fourth byte of the address.
2. Press
or
to set the value of that byte. The range is from 0 to 255 inclusive.
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all four bytes of the address.
4. Press MENU when you have finished setting the address.
• Subnet Mask: Select Subnet Mask from the IP Configuration menu to manually
configure the IP subnet mask. The procedure is similar to that for setting the IP
address.
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• Default Gateway: Select Default Gateway from the IP Configuration menu to
manually configure the default IP gateway. The procedure is similar to that for setting
the IP address.
• Communication Test: Select Communication Test from the IP Configuration menu
to verify proper operation of the network communication link.
To start the test, select Start Test from the Communication Test menu. The DHD
Controller displays the message “Performing Communication Test.” When the test
completes, the DHD Controller displays either “Failed” (along with the error that
occurred) or “Succeeded.”
• Auto Firmware Upgrade: Select Auto Firmware Upgrade from the Network menu to
enable automatic detection of a newer version of the DHD Controller firmware. If one is
found, you can configure the DHD Controller to install it automatically. These features
make it easier to keep your DHD Controller firmware up-to-date.
• Auto Check For New Firmware: To have the DHD Controller automatically check
for firmware updates at periodic intervals, select Auto Check for New Firmware from
the Auto Firmware Upgrade menu and set it to On. If you prefer to do this manually,
set it to Off and use the Check For New Firmware sub-menu (described below).
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• Auto Perform Upgrade: If the “Auto Check For New Firmware” process
determines that a newer firmware version than the one currently installed is available,
you can have the DHD Controller automatically download and install it. To do this,
select Auto Perform Upgrade from the Auto Firmware Upgrade menu and set it to
On. The upgrade will occur the next time the DHD Controller is “power-cycled”
(powered off, then on again). If you prefer to do this manually, set it to Off. The DHD
Controller will ask if you want to perform the upgrade the next time it is
power-cycled.
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• Check For New Firmware: To have the DHD Controller check for new firmware on
demand (and perform an upgrade if it finds a new version), select Check For New
Firmware from the Auto Firmware Upgrade menu. If the DHD Controller finds a new
firmware version, select Yes to perform the upgrade or No to return to the previous
menu.
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• E-Mail Notification: Select E-Mail Notification from the Network menu to specify
when and to whom the DHD Controller sends error and service notification messages
via e-mail.
The notification messages are in the following format:
To: [E-Mail Address; see below]
From: do-not-reply@runco.com
Subject: [Type of notification] from Runco DHD4
Body:
This is an automated message sent from the Runco DHD4:
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Notification:
[One of the following:
“DHD Error” / “Display Error”
“Periodic Service Notification”
“Lamp Life Notification” / “Calibration Data”]
Detailed Description: [ If a DHD Error, one of the following:
“Fan Failure 1” / “Fan Failure 2”
“Overtemp 1” / “Overtemp 2”
“Initialization Failure”
If a Display Error, a device-specific
error message such as “Lamp Door Open”
If a Periodic Service Notification, the elapsed
time since the last notification
If a Lamp Life Notification, the number of hours
the lamp has been in service
If a Calibration Data message,
“See Attached File” ]
Serial Number:
[DHD Controller serial number]
Customer Information: [From “Customer Information“ sub-menu;
see below]
Best Regards,
Runco International, LLC
1195 NW Compton Drive
Beaverton, OR 97006
1-800-237-8262
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• E-Mail Address: To specify the destination e-mail address for error and service
notifications, select E-Mail Address from the E-Mail Notification menu. The
procedure is similar to that for setting the IP address (refer to IP Configuration on
page 89). Enter up to 45 alphanumeric characters.
• Error Notification: To have the DHD Controller send a message to the destination
e-mail address when a “DHD Error” or “Display Error” occurs, select Error
Notification from the E-Mail Notification menu and set it to On.
• Error Notification to Runco: To have the DHD Controller send an e-mail message
to Runco Customer Support when a “DHD Error” or “Display Error” occurs, select
Error Notification to Runco from the E-Mail Notification menu and set it to On.
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• Periodic Service Notification: You can have the DHD Controller send periodic
reminders via e-mail to perform regular maintenance tasks. To do this:
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1. Select Periodic Service Notification from the E-Mail Notification menu.
2. Highlight Enable and press ENTER.
3. Highlight On and press ENTER.
4. Press MENU.
5. Highlight Timer and press ENTER.
6. Press
or
to set the notification interval in months. The range is from 1 to
255 inclusive; the default is 12 months.
7. Press MENU.
• Lamp Life Notification: To have the DHD Controller send a message to the
destination e-mail address when the lamp hour counter reaches a certain threshold,
select Lamp Life Notification from the E-Mail Notification menu. Then:
1. Highlight Enable and press ENTER.
2. Highlight On and press ENTER.
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3. Press MENU.
4. Highlight Lamp Hours and press ENTER.
5. Press or to set the notification threshold in hours. The range is from 100 to
10,000 hours; the default is 1,000 hours.
6. Press MENU.
• Customer Information: Select Customer Information from the E-Mail Notification
menu to supply this information to the DHD Controller, which includes it in all e-mail
notification messages. Six lines (up to 30 characters per line) of text are provided;
use them however you wish.
1. Press
or
repeatedly to select a line of text to edit.
2. Press ENTER.
3. Press
or
repeatedly to set the highlighted character.
4. Press
(or ) to select the next (or previous) character. Use the
buttons to change it.
5. Press ENTER when you have finished editing that line of text.
6. Repeat Steps 1 through 5 for each line of text you want to edit.
7. Press MENU when you have finished entering customer information.
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• E-Mail Calibration Data: To have the DHD Controller collect all calibration data,
attach it to a message and send it to the destination e-mail address, select E-Mail
Calibration Data from the E-Mail Notification menu. To confirm this action, select Yes
and press ENTER.
To cancel and return to the previous menu, select No.
This setting has no effect on the E-Mail Notification or Auto
Firmware Upgrade functions.
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• Remote Network Control: Select Remote Network Control from the Network menu
to enable or disable control of the DHD Controller via an IP connection (typically using a
web browser). Set it to On to allow all incoming remote network connectivity. Set it to
Off to disable any incoming network communication that was not initiated by the DHD
Controller.
Color Space: Select Color Space from the Service menu to choose the color space of
the source signal for HDMI, RGB, and component connections.
• The default setting, Auto, functions as follows:
• HDMI: If the Auxiliary Video Information (AVI) infoframe contains color space and/or
range data, the DHD Controller uses that information. Otherwise, for RGB sources,
the DHD Controller uses the RGB-Video color space. For component SDTV and
EDTV resolutions, REC601 is used. For other component video resolutions,
REC709 is used.
• RGB: If Hsync or Vsync signals are present, the DHD Controller uses the RGB-PC
color space. Otherwise, REC601 is used for SDTV and EDTV sources, and REC709
for all other sources.
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• Component: For SDTV and EDTV resolutions, the DHD Controller uses the
REC601 color space. For all other resolutions, REC709 is used.
In most cases, the Auto setting determines the correct color space to use. If it does not,
you can force the DHD Controller to use a specific color space. Choose one of the
following:
• REC709 sets the color space matrix to that defined in ITU-R BT.709.
• REC601 sets the color space matrix to that defined in ITU-R BT.601.
• RGB-PC uses RGB color space and sets black at 0,0,0 RGB and white at
255,255,255 RGB, assuming an 8-bit image.
• RGB-Video uses RGB color space and sets black at 16,16,16 RGB and white at
235,235,235, assuming an 8-bit image, to correspond to the luminance values defined
in digital component standards.
Triggers: Select Triggers from the Service menu to configure the 12-volt trigger outputs.
You can assign one or more trigger outputs to each aspect ratio. Those triggers are then
activated by selecting that aspect ratio.
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Miscellaneous: Select Miscellaneous from the Service menu to set the following options:
• Language: Select Language from the Miscellaneous menu and press the up- or
down-arrows to select the OSD Language (English, Français, Deutsch, Italiano,
Español, Svenska,
(Simplified Chinese),
(Traditional Chinese),
Português,
(Russian),
(Japanese) or
(Korean)).
• OSD Timer: Select OSD Timer from the Miscellaneous menu to set the OSD Timer,
which controls how long the menus remain on-screen after selecting them. Select from
5 to 60 seconds, in one-second increments. Or, set the timer to 0 (disabled) if you want
the menus to remain on-screen indefinitely.
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• OSD Messages: When you select a new aspect ratio, input source or memory preset,
the DHD Controller briefly displays an on-screen message confirming your new
selection. To prevent the display of these messages, select OSD Messages from the
Miscellaneous menu to and set it to Off.
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• Blank Screen Color: Select Blank Screen Color from the Miscellaneous menu to
select the color that appears when no incoming signal is present. The range is from 0
to 255 inclusive for each color component (red, green and blue).
• Sidebar Color: Select Sidebar Color from the Miscellaneous menu to change the
color of the inactive image area. The range is from 0 to 255 inclusive for each color
component (red, green and blue). The inactive image area is on either side of the active
image area when using the 4:3 aspect ratio.
• Film Mode: Use Film Mode to smooth out moving images from interlaced,
standard-definition (SD) sources. In most cases, the DHD Controller detects the proper
“pull-down” rate and vertical frequency. However, if your source is jittery and/or tearing
you may want to enable Film Mode to ensure stable processing for that source.
• CUE (Chroma Upsampling Error) Correction: Some DVD players use MPEG
decoders that do not correctly “upsample” the 4:2:0 format chroma information on the
DVD to the 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 format required by the video encoder of the display device.
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This so-called “chroma bug” sometimes causes streaky or spiky horizontal lines
running through the chroma channel. It is most noticeable in static, interlaced scenes
and on diagonal edges (especially red ones). Set CUE to On to correct this issue.
• Remote Code: Select Remote Code from the Miscellaneous menu to set the infrared
(IR) code set to which the DHD Controller will respond. By default, it is set to 17. You
can change this setting if either:
• Another device in the theater (a DVD player, for example) is responding to
commands from the DHD Controller remote control (Figure 2-8) in ways that are
unpredictable or undesirable.
• You have multiple DHD Controllers and want to control them independently, as
opposed to broadcasting commands from a single remote to all of them. In this
scenario, you can use multiple remotes programmed to use different IR codes. Or,
you can use a single remote and change the IR code as needed to address a
specific DHD Controller.
Tip
Use the DHD Controller front-panel keypad to change the IR code to
which the controller will respond. Then, change the code sent by the
remote to match as described below.
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Operation
When you change a remote code on the DHD Controller, you must re-program the
DHD Controller remote control to send that same code. To do this:
1. Press and hold the LIGHT button on the
remote control for approximately three
seconds, or until the LED on the remote lights
solid red.
2. Enter a new two-digit code between 00 and 31
inclusive. Include a leading zero for single-digit
codes; for example, enter 9 as “09.”
LIGHT
ON
OFF
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3. The LED turns off to confirm the code change. If you enter an invalid code, the LED
flashes for three or four seconds. Try again, entering a valid code.
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Sync Threshold: Select Sync Threshold to adjust the threshold at which negative pulses
on the component video green/luma channel are interpreted to be sync pulses.
Sync Threshold adjustment is occasionally necessary when a DVD player or HDTV source
signal drops “below black” (for example, during scenes with explosions or when subtitles
are present) and causes the projector to temporarily lose sync. If the sync level from the
source is persistently too low, the display device won’t sync with the source at all.
The range is from 0 (approximately 60 millivolts (mV)) to 15 (approximately 300 mV).
HDMI: Select HDMI from the Service menu to set the following options affecting
communication between HDMI sources, the DHD Controller and the D-113d.
• HDMI EDID Extension: Extended display identification data (EDID) is a data structure
provided by a display device to describe its capabilities to a graphics card. It is what
enables a modern personal computer to know what kind of monitor is connected.
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Some modern display devices provide more information via EDID than others, in the
form of “extensions.” Some computer graphics cards do recognize or properly interpret
this extended EDID information.
Select HDMI EDID Extension from the HDMI menu to specify whether or not the EDID
extensions from the display device are passed through to the sources connected to the
HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3 or HDMI 4 inputs. By default, the extensions are on. Change
these settings only if HDMI EDID incompatibility issues arise.
• Audio Format: Select Audio Format from the HDMI menu to choose an option for
routing the audio signal from an HDMI source. With the D-113d, the recommended
setting is HDMI Out (Audio Only). (This is also the default setting.)
• CEC: This control chooses whether or not the DHD Controller responds to HDMI CEC
control messages from a disc player, set-top box or other HDMI source.
The default setting is On. For more information about CEC, refer to Using HDMI CEC
Messages on page 122.
Note
The DHD Controller does not transmit HDMI CEC control
messages from the “HDMI Audio Out” connector, regardless of the
CEC setting.
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• HPD Toggle Rejection: Select HPD Toggle Rejection from the HDMI menu to specify
whether or not the DHD Controller ignores extraneous Hot Plug Detect (HPD) signal
state changes from a downstream HDMI device (third-party display or audio/video
receiver).
The default setting, Auto, enables HPD toggle rejection on the D-113d. Use the other
settings to troubleshoot compatibility issues or reduce the amount of time needed to
lock to an incoming signal.
Front Panel Brightness: Select Front Panel Brightness from the Service menu to adjust
the brightness of the front-panel LED and LCD status indicators.
LCD
Standby LED
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Logo LED
• Logo LED: Select Logo LED from the Front Panel Brightness menu to adjust the
brightness of the large, illuminated logo on the left side of the display. The range is from
0 (off) to 31.
Note
During a firmware upgrade, this LED lights at full brightness
regardless of the Logo LED setting.
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• Standby LED: Select Standby LED from the Front Panel Brightness menu to change
the behavior of the front-panel STANDBY indicator LED. When set to ON, the LED
lights amber when the system is in standby mode; otherwise, it is off. When set to OFF,
the LED is always off.
During a firmware upgrade, this LED lights at full brightness
regardless of the Standby LED setting.
• LCD: Select LCD from the Front Panel Brightness menu to adjust the brightness of the
front-panel LCD. The range is from 0 (off) to 4.
Auto Power Off: Select Auto Power Off from the Service menu to have the D-113d turn
itself off after a period of inactivity (no source signal present).
• Enable: By default, Auto Power Off is disabled. To enable it, select Enable from the
Auto Power Off sub-menu and set it to On.
• Hours: The default time-out period is eight (8) hours; the range is from 1 to 24 hours.
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Standby Mode: Select Standby Mode from the Service menu to control the DHD
Controller’s power management feature.
• Choose Low Power (the default setting) to have the DHD Controller shut down
completely when it is turned off. This conserves power but increases the amount of
time required by the DHD Controller to start up when it is turned on.
• Fast Startup is a “quick-start” mode that keeps the DHD Controller running when it is
turned off, even though it appears to be in standby mode. This results in much quicker
startup times but consumes more power.
System Reset: To reset ALL controller settings (including image settings) back to their
factory defaults, choose System Reset from the Service menu.
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A confirmation message appears. Select Yes to continue with the reset or select No to
cancel.
This action is not undoable. Proceed with caution! Before you
perform a System Reset, save your “Custom” Memory Presets
(page 73) and ISF Day/Night Memory Presets (page 83).
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5. Maintenance and Troubleshooting
The lamp should be replaced when it reaches the end of its life (typically 1,300 hours), or
sooner if a noticeable degradation in brightness occurs.
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Keep track of the number of hours the lamp has been in use and be aware of any changes
to brightness. These indicators will help you effectively maintain operation of the projector.
To find out how long the currently-installed lamp has been in service, select Display Info.
from the Display Device - Configure menu (available by selecting Service -> Display
Device -> Configure -> Display Info., in sequence).
For lamp replacement, please contact your nearest Runco authorized service
center or Runco dealer. Do not attempt to replace the lamp yourself!
1. Remove the two screws securing the Left (Exhaust) Side Panel (see Figure 2-2) to the
projector. Then, remove the panel.
2. To open the lamp compartment cover: Using a Phillips screwdriver, turn the
captive screw on the lamp compartment cover counter-clockwise to access the lamp
compartment (see Figure 5-1). When the door is open, the lamp automatically turns
off.
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Lamp Compartment Cover
Retaining Screws
Lamp 1
Lamp 2
Figure 5-1. Opening the Lamp Door
3. Wait at least 10 minutes to allow the lamp to cool before handling it!
4. Remove the old lamp.
a Unscrew the three (3) captive screws securing the lamp using a #1 Phillips
screwdriver.
b Carefully remove the lamp from the projector. Place the old lamp in a location where
it cannot fall or be bumped.
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5.1
Lamp Replacement
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Handle lamps with extreme caution. Dispose of lamps according to
WARNING safety regulations for your area. Discard the lamp using safe
disposal/recycling practices or contact your Runco dealer for a
possible re-lamping program.
5. Install the new lamp:
a Take care to align the new lamp properly in the correct orientation inside the lamp
compartment.
b Press firmly on the lamp to properly seat it.
c Secure the lamp by tightening the three (3) captive screws.
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6. Close the lamp compartment cover and tighten the captive screw.
The lamp will automatically turn on again when the cover is closed.
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7. Re-attach the Left (Exhaust) Side Panel to the projector.
8. Reset the Lamp Hour Counter: Perform the steps listed in Lamp Hours Reset on
page 88.
9. Allow the projector to run for at least five (5) minutes with the new lamp installed.
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10. Select Lamp Calibration from the Service -> Display Device - Configure menu. A
confirmation dialog box appears. Select “Yes” to continue with the calibration or “No”
to cancel the operation.
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Table 5-1 provides some general guidelines for troubleshooting problems you may
encounter with the D-113d. If the suggested solutions fail to resolve the problem or if you
encounter an issue not described here, please contact Runco Technical Support.
Table 5-1. Troubleshooting Chart
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
The system does not turn on.
• The D-113d is not plugged
in and switched on, or the
AC outlet is not active.
• Ensure that the D-113d is
plugged in and switched
on, and that the AC outlet
is active.
• Ensure that the DHD
Controller is plugged in
and switched on, and that
the AC outlet is active.
The projector and DHD
Controller are both on, but
there is no picture and
on-screen menus do not
appear.
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• The DHD Controller is not
plugged in and switched
on, or the AC outlet is not
active.
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Symptom
• The remote control
batteries have run out.
• Replace the batteries.
• Lens cover is on or shutter
is closed.
• Ensure that the lens cover
is off and the shutter is
open.
• Ensure that the lamp door
is closed. If it is and the
problem persists, replace
the lamp.
• Ensure that the HDMI
output from the DHD
Controller is properly
connected to the
Slot 2/HDMI 1 input on
the D-113d (see Figure
3-11).
• Lamp failed to ignite.
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• Faulty or incorrect video
connection between the
DHD Controller and the
D-113d.
The display is on and menus
appear, but there is no
picture.
• Incorrect source selection.
• Source component is not
turned on.
• Source component is
connected incorrectly or
not at all.
• Select the correct source.
• Turn on the source
component.
• Check connections from
source component to DHD
Controller.
A projected image from a
DVD is split or otherwise
scrambled.
• DVD player is connected
to the Component input
and set to progressive
scan mode.
• Turn off progressive scan
on the DVD player. Or,
connect the DVD player to
the HD1 or HD2 input.
Image geometry is incorrect.
• Incorrect aspect ratio
selection.
• Select a different aspect
ratio.
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Troubleshooting Tips
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Table 5-1. Troubleshooting Chart (continued)
Symptom
The display is jittery or
unstable.
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
• Poor-quality or improperly
connected source.
• Ensure that the source is
properly connected and of
adequate quality for
detection.
• Correct at the source.
• The horizontal or vertical
scan frequency of the
input signal may be out of
range for the projector.
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• Contrast is set too high.
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Image is too bright and/or
lacks definition in the bright
areas of the image.
• Lower the contrast setting.
Image appears “washed out”
and/or dark areas appear too
bright.
• Brightness is set too high.
• Lower the brightness
setting.
Colors in the image are
swapped; for example, reds
appear blue or vice versa.
• The Red/Pr, Green/Y or
Blue/Pb outputs from the
source are connected to
the wrong inputs on the
DHD Controller.
• Ensure that the source
outputs are connected to
the correct DHD Controller
input.
The display freezes suddenly.
• Excessive voltage noise on
the AC or ground input has
interrupted the projector’s
ability to lock on to a
signal.
• Power down the projector
and disconnect from AC.
Then, plug in again and
power up as usual.
The projector will not turn
back on after it was powered
down, or the image disappears during operation.
• The projector will not turn
on for two minutes after
power-down, to protect
the lamp.
• The lamp has failed.
• Wait until the
STANDBY LED at the front
of the DHD Controller
turns on (Figure 2-4).
• Replace the lamp.
AutoScope lens motor does
not work.
• The motor is not plugged
in or the AC outlet is not
active.
• The motor is not
connected to a trigger
output on the DHD
Controller.
• Incorrect trigger
assignment.
• Ensure that the motor is
plugged in and that the AC
outlet is active.
• Check the trigger
connection between the
lens motor and DHD
Controller (Figure 3-15).
• Correct the trigger
assignment (refer to
Installing and Adjusting
the CineWide
Anamorphic Lens on
page 56).
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Table 5-1. Troubleshooting Chart (continued)
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
The projector does not turn
on or respond to user commands. The vacuum fluorescent display on the Primary
DHD Controller front panel
displays the following message:
• The serial connection from
the Primary DHD
Controller to the display is
incorrect or the cable is
faulty.
• Ensure that the
Display Control (RS-232)
output from the Primary
DHD Controller is properly
connected to the display
(see Figure 3-11).
• The serial connection from
the Primary DHD
Controller to the
Secondary DHD Controller
is incorrect or the cable is
faulty.
• Ensure that the RS-232
(To Accessory Box)
connectors on the Primary
and Secondary DHD
Controllers are connected
to each other, using a
known-good,
“null-modem” (cross-over)
cable (see Figure 3-12).
• The HDMI CEC
connection from the
Primary DHD Controller to
the 3Dimension Processor
is incorrect or the cable is
faulty.
• Ensure that the HDMI 1
input on the Primary DHD
Controller is connected to
the Left HDMI output on
the 3Dimension
Processor, using a
known-good HDMI cable
(see Figure 3-12).
Secondary DHD Error
Communication Failure
The 3Dimension Processor
does not turn on or respond
to user commands. The vacuum fluorescent display on
the Primary DHD Controller
front panel displays the following message:
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BAE Error
Communication Failure
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The Secondary DHD Controller does not turn on or
respond to user commands.
The vacuum fluorescent display on the Primary DHD
Controller front panel displays the following message:
Y
Primary Display Error
Communication Failure
When displaying 3D content,
crosstalk or “ghosting” can be
seen — that is, the left eye is
perceiving some of what the
right eye should be seeing or
vice versa.
• Primary and Secondary
images are not properly
aligned.
With 3D glasses, image perspective is reversed — that is,
“left-eye“ frames appear in the
right lens and vice versa.
• Incorrect Reverse Eyes
setting.
• Rear-projection installation
uses second-surface
mirrors that are producing
faint, secondary
reflections.
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• Refer to Power-Up
Sequence and Optical
Alignment Procedure on
page 49.
• Always use first-surface
mirrors in your
rear-projection installation.
• Change the
Reverse Eyes setting
(refer to Reverse Eyes on
page 75).
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6. External Control
In addition to using the DHD Controller front-panel keypad or remote control unit, there
are three methods of controlling the D-113d and DHD Controller externally:
• Using a serial (RS-232) link to send ASCII commands and receive responses to those
commands.
• Using discrete infrared (IR) codes to program a third-party remote control unit.
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• Using an HDMI connection to send Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) commands
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The DHD Controller uses a simple text-based control protocol to take requests from
control devices and to provide responses to such devices. This section describes how to
send control messages over a serial link between the DHD Controller and an
automation/control system or a PC running terminal emulation software.
6.1
Serial Communications
The serial communication protocol described here replaces the
serial protocol used by legacy Runco products (manufactured prior
to September 2011) that include the DHD Controller.
Note
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Runco recommends using this new protocol, as it is more concise
and provides greater control than the old one. However, to maintain
backward compatibility with existing automation/control system
modules, the legacy Runco serial protocol is also supported.
Connect your control system or PC to the RS-232 input of the Primary DHD Controller as
shown in Figure 3-14.
RS-232 Connection and
Port Configuration
Configure the RS-232 controller or PC serial port as follows: no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop
bit and no flow control. Set the baud rate to 19200, to match that of the DHD Controller
RS-232 port.
Commands sent from an automation/control system or PC to the DHD Controller must
have the following format:
(www:xyz) [CR]
Where:
• ( and ) indicate the start and end of the command data. If these characters are
present, the DHD Controller assumes that valid command data is present in the
command string. Otherwise, the DHD Controller ignores the command.
• www indicates the command code. This field is case insensitive; for example, PWR, pwr
and PwR are all equivalent.
• :x is the destination parameter. This is an optional parameter that indicates which
memory the command is referencing. This parameter is reserved for future use.
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• y is the operand, which can have one of the following values:
? = “Get” operand
+ = “Increment” operand
= = “Set” operand
- = “Decrement” operand
• z is the value to set for this parameter. It can have one of two formats:
• Integer value: Any positive or negative number; for example, 100.
• String value: Any string surrounded by double quotes; for example, “This is a
string.”
• [CR] is the ASCII carriage return key (0x0D).
Responses sent from the follower to the initiator shall have the following format:
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Where:
• ( and ) indicate the start and end of the command data. If these characters are
present, the DHD Controller assumes that valid command data is present in the
command string. Otherwise, the DHD Controller ignores the command.
• “u;” indicates the response code. This is only used by followers responding to a valid
CLI command received. For any response code other than 0, the follower echoes back
the command received rather than filling in the fields listed below.
The response code can be one of the following:
• 0 = Command successfully processed
• 1 = Unknown command code
• 2 = Invalid operator
• 3 = Destination parameter not supported
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• 4 = Setting not available
• 5 = Setting value not available
• 6 = Setting value not supported
• 7 = String too long
• 8 = Command not supported in standby mode
• 9 = Invalid parameter
• 10 = Error processing command
• 11 = Password not entered
• www indicates the command code. This field is case insensitive; for example, PWR, pwr
and PwR are all equivalent.
• :x is the destination parameter. This is an optional parameter that indicates which
memory the command is referencing. This parameter is reserved for future use.
• z is the new value (for Set, Increment or Decrement commands) or the current value
(for Get commands) for this parameter. It can have one of two formats:
• Integer value: Any positive or negative number; for example, 100.
• String value: Any string surrounded by double quotes; for example, “This is a
string.”
• [CR] is the ASCII carriage return key (0x0D).
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Here are some examples of serial commands and their responses:
Command
Command and Response
Examples
Command Data
Response
(PWR?) [CR]
(0;PWR=1) [CR]
Set power to 0 (off)
(PWR=0) [CR]
(0;PWR=0) [CR]
Increment brightness from 24 to 25
(BRT+) [CR]
(0;BRT=25) [CR]
Invalid command
(ZZZ=0) [CR]
(1;ZZZ=0) [CR]
Invalid parameter
(received string,
expected integer)
(CON=”Some string”)
[CR]
(9;CON=”Some string”)
[CR]
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Table 6-1 lists all supported commands.
Serial Command List
Table 6-1. Serial Commands
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
Notes
AAC
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Advanced Color Temp Diagnostic
Color
AAD
R/W
No
0
6
No
0 = White
1 = Red
2 = Green
3 = Blue
4 = Yellow
5 = Cyan
6 = Magenta
ABX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
ABY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
ADJ
R/W
No
0
2
No
PCE Green x
AGX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
PCE Green y
AGY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Apply Image Alignment Values
AIA
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Advanced Color Temp Mode
Enable
AME
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Auto New Firmware Check
ANF
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Auto Power Off Enable
APE
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Auto Power Off Timer
APT
R/W
Yes
1
24
No
Auto Perform Upgrade
APU
R/W
No
0
1
No
PCE Blue x
PCE Blue y
Adjustment Mode
PR
Advanced Color Temp Auto Color
Enable
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0 = Both
1 = Left
2 = Right
0 = Off; 1 = On
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Command
Code
Setting
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
ARC
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Aspect Ratio Paste
ARP
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
PCE Red x
ARX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
PCE Red y
ARY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Aspect Ratio
ASP
R/W
No
0
6
No
Advanced Color Temp Test Pattern Enable
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0 = 4:3
1 = 16:9
2 = Letterbox
3 = VirtualWide
4 = Cinema
5 = Virtual Cinema
6 = Native
ATP
R/W
No
0
1
No
BLX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
BLY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Bottom Middle y
BMY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Brightness Offset
BRO
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Picture menu
BRT
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Calibration -> Input Image menu
AWX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
AWY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Bottom Left x
Image Alignment Bottom Left y
Brightness
PCE White x
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PCE White y
0 = Off; 1 = On
Image Alignment Bottom Right x
BRX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Bottom Right y
BRY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Blank Screen Blue
BSB
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Blank Screen Green
BSG
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Blank Screen Red
BSR
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
ConstantContrast
CCT
R/W
No
0
4
No
0 = Off
2 = Low
3 = Medium
4 = High
CEC Enable
CEC
R/w
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Chroma Delay
CHR
R/W
Yes
0
7
No
Color Gamut
CLG
R/W
Yes
0
6
No
0 = Auto
1 = REC709
2 = SMPTE C
3 = EBU
4 = Native
6 = PCE
Color Offset
CLO
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Picture menu
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
Notes
CLR
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Calibration -> Input Image menu
Color Space
CLS
R/W
No
0
4
No
0 = REC601
1 = REC709
2 = RGB
3 = RGB Video
4 = Auto
Image Alignment Center x
CNX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Center y
CNY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Contrast
CON
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Calibration -> Input Image menu
COO
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Picture menu
CTS
R/W
No
0
4
No
1 = 5500K
2 = 6500K
3 = 7500K
4 = 9300K
CUE
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
DBG
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
DBO
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
DE1
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
DE2
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
DE3
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Color Temp Simple
CUE
Display Blue Gain
Display Blue Offset
Default Gateway Byte 1
Default Gateway Byte 2
PR
Default Gateway Byte 3
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Default Gateway Byte 4
DE4
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Diagnostic Color
DGC
R/W
No
0
6
No
Display Green Gain
DGG
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Display Green Offset
DGO
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
DHCP
DHC
R/W
No
0
1
No
Display Red Gain
DRG
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Display Red Offset
DRO
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Detected 3D Mode
DTD
R/W
No
1
4
No
1 = Off (2D)
2 = Side-by-Side
3 = Top-and-Bottom
4 = Frame Packing
Engine Configuration
ENG
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Dual
1 = Single
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0 = White
1 = Red
2 = Green
3 = Blue
4 = Yellow
5 = Cyan
6 = Magenta
0 = Off; 1 = On
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
ERN
R/W
No
0
Error Code
ERR
R
No
0
1
String?
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No
0 = Off; 1 = On
No
0 = None
1 = Display Lamp Overtemp
2 = Primary Display Ballast Overtemp
3 = Primary Display Fan Init Failure
4 = Primary Display Fan 1 Failure
5 = Primary Display Fan 2 Failure
6 = Primary Display Fan 3 Failure
7 = Primary Display Fan 4 Failure
8 = Primary Display Fan 5 Failure
9 = Primary Display Fan 6 Failure
10 = Primary Display Fan 7 Failure
11 = Primary Display Fan 8 Failure
12 = Primary Display DMD Failure
13 = Primary Display Lamp Strike
Failure
14 = Primary Display Lamp Went
Out
15 = Primary Display Ballast UART
Failure
16 = Primary Display GPIO Failure
17 = Primary Display Lamp Door
Open
18 = Primary Display Processor
Failure
19 = Primary Display Hardware
I2C Failure
20 = Primary Display Software I2C
Failure
21 = Primary Display Lamp Error
22 = Primary Display Communication Error
23 = Secondary DHD Communication Error
24 = BAE Communication Error
25 = Primary DHD Fan 1 Failure
26 = Primary DHD Fan 2 Failure
27 = Primary DHD Overtemp 1
28 = Primary DHD Overtemp 2
29 = Secondary DHD Fan 1 Failure
30 = Secondary DHD Fan 2 Failure
31 = Secondary DHD Overtemp 1
32 = Secondary DHD Overtemp 2
33 = Secondary Display Lamp
Overtemp
34= Secondary Display Ballast
Overtemp
35 = Secondary Display Fan Init
Failure
36 = Secondary Display Fan 1 Failure
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
ERR
Read/
Write
R
Inc/
Dec
No
Min
Value
Max
Value
0
String?
No
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Command
Code
Notes
37 = Secondary Display Fan 2 Failure
38 = Secondary Display Fan 3 Failure
39 = Secondary Display Fan 4 Failure
40 = Secondary Display Fan 5 Failure
41 = Secondary Display Fan 6 Failure
42 = Secondary Display Fan 7 Failure
43 = Secondary Display Fan 8 Failure
44 = Secondary Display DMD Failure
45 = Secondary Display Lamp
Strike Failure
46 = Secondary Display Lamp
Went Out
47 = Secondary Display Ballast
UART Failure
48 = Secondary Display GPIO Failure
49 = Secondary Display Lamp
Door Open
50 = Secondary Display Processor
Failure
51 = Secondary Display Hardware
I2C Failure
52 = Secondary Display Software
I2C Failure
53 = Secondary Display Lamp
Error
54 = Secondary Display Communication Error
55 = BAE Fan Failure
Focus
FCS
W
Yes
0
0
No
(FCS+) or (FCS-) = Start;
(FCS=0) = Stop
Film Mode
FLM
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Fan 1 Speed
FN1
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Fan 2 Speed
FN2
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Firmware Upgrade
FWU
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Gamma Advanced
GMA
R/W
Yes
0
20
No
Gamma Mode
GMM
R/W
No
0
1
No
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Action will be performed on any
setting value
0 = Simple
1 = Advanced
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
Notes
GMS
R/W
No
0
6
No
0 = 2.0
1 = 1.8
2 = 2.2
3 = 2.35
4 = 2.5
HDMI Audio Format
HAF
R/W
No
0
2
No
0 = Combined
1 = HDMI Out 1
2 = HDMI Out 2
HDMI EDID Extension 1
HE1
R/W
No
0
1
HDMI EDID Extension 2
HE2
R/W
No
0
1
HE3
R/W
No
0
1
No
HE4
R/W
No
0
1
No
HPD
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
HSH
W
Yes
0
0
No
(HSH+) or (HSH-) = Start;
(HSH=0) = Stop
I01
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
I02
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
I03
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
I04
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
I05
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
I06
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
I07
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
I08
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Input Name 9
I09
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Input Name 10
I10
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Input Name 11
I11
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Input Blue Gain
IBG
R/W
Yes
-32
32
No
Input Blue Offset
IBO
R/W
Yes
-32
32
No
Information Boot Version
IBV
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Information Copied Aspect Ratio
ICA
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Information Current Color Space
ICC
R
No
0
3
Yes
Information Copied Input Source
ICI
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
HDMI EDID Extension 4
HPD Toggle Rejection
Horizontal Shift
Input Name 1
Input Name 2
Input Name 3
Input Name 4
Input Name 6
Input Name 7
Input Name 8
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No
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Gamma Simple
110
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
12 characters maximum
0 = REC601
1 = REC709
2 = RGB
3 = RGB Video
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Command
Code
Setting
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
ICM
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Information Copied Screen
ICR
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Information Copied Signal Format
ICS
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Information Display Name
IDN
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Information Firmware Version
IFV
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Input Green Gain
IGG
R/W
Yes
-32
32
Information Horizontal Frequency
Information Input Resolution
information Micro Version
No
IGO
R/W
Yes
-32
32
No
IHF
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
IIR
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
IMV
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
INS
R/W
No
0
10
No
PR
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Input Green Offset
Y
Information Copied Memory Preset
Information Output Resolution
IOR
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
IP Address Byte 1
IP1
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
IP2
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
IP Address Byte 3
IP3
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
IP Address Byte 4
IP4
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Information Pixel Clock
IPC
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Input Position Height
IPH
R/W
Yes
0
20
No
Input Position Left Right
IPL
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Input Position Up Down
IPU
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Input Position Width
IPW
R/W
Yes
0
50
No
Input Red Gain
IRG
R/W
Yes
-32
32
No
Input Red Offset
IRO
R/W
Yes
-32
32
No
Information Signal Format
ISF
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Information Serial Number
ISN
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
IP Address Byte 2
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Notes
0 = Composite 1
1 = Composite 2
2 = Composite 3
3 = Component
4 = HD 1
5 = HD 2
6 = SCART
7 = HDMI 1
8 = HDMI 2
9 = HDMI 3
10 = HDMI 4
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
IST
R
No
0
3
No
Information Vertical Frequency
IVF
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Remote Key
KEY
W
No
0
63
No
Remote Key Repeat
KRT
W
No
0
63
No
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0 = None
1 = Separate
2 = Composite
3 = Sync-on-green
1 = On
2 = Off
3 = Menu
4 = Enter
5 = Up
6 = Down
7 = Left
8 = Right
9 = 16:9
10 = 4:3
11 = Letterbox
12 = VirtualWide
13 = Video 1
14 = Component
17 = HD 1
18 = HD 2
19 = HDMI 1
20 = HDMI 2
21 = HDMI 3
22 = HDMI 4
23 = SCART
24 = Video 2
25 = Video 3
32 = Sleep Timer Off
33 = Sleep Timer 30 Mins
34 = Sleep Timer 60 Mins
35 = Sleep Timer 90 Mins
36 = Sleep Timer 2 Hours
37 = Sleep Timer 4 Hours
38 = Screen 1
39 = Screen 2
44 = Cinema
45 = Virtual Cinema
46 = Native
48 = ISF Night
49 = ISF Day
50 = Custom 1
51 = Custom 2
52 = Exit
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
LAN
Read/
Write
R/W
Inc/
Dec
No
Min
Value
0
Max
Value
9
String?
No
Lamp 2 Hours
Lens Home Position
Lamp Hours Reset
Lamp Hours
Image Alignment Left Middle x
Image Alignment Left Middle y
Lamp Life Notification Enable
Lamp Life Notification Hours
Notes
0 = English
1 = French
2 = German
3 = Italian
4 = Spanish
5 = Portuguese
6 = Simplified Chinese
7 = Traditional Chinese
8 = Swedish
9 = Russian
10 = Japanese
11 = Korean
LH2
R
No
0
(Note)
No
Max = 2,147,483,647
LHP
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Action will be performed on any
setting value
LHR
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Action will be performed on any
setting value
LHS
R
No
0
(Note)
No
Max = 2,147,483,647
LMX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
LMY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
LNE
R/W
No
0
1
No
LNH
R/W
Yes
100
10,000
No
LOG
R/W
Yes
0
31
No
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Logo LED Brightness
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Language
Command
Code
0 = Off; 1 = On
Display Serial Number
LSN
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Model Name
MDL
R
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
MMP
R/W
No
0
3
No
0 = ISF Night
1 = ISF Day
2 = Custom 1
3 = Custom 2
Memory Preset Copy
MPC
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Memory Preset Paste
MPP
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Action will be performed on any
setting value
Memory Preset Reset
MPR
W
No
0
3
No
Memory Preset Save
MPS
W
No
0
3
No
Noise Filter
NFL
R/W
Yes
0
10
No
Noise Filter Offset
NFO
R/W
Yes
0
10
No
Orientation
ORI
R/W
No
0
4
No
Memory Preset
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0 = ISF Night
1 = ISF Day
2 = Custom 1
3 = Custom 2
0 = Floor Front
2 = Floor Rear
4 = Auto
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
Notes
OSD
R/W
Yes
0
100
No
Output Shift Height
OSH
R/W
Yes
-50
0
No
Output Shift Left Right
OSL
R/W
Yes
-300
300
No
OSD Message Enable
OSM
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
OSD Timer
OST
R/W
Yes
0
60
No
Values from 1-4 are not allowed; if
increment or decrement is used,
these values will be skipped.
Output Shift Up Down
OSU
R/W
Yes
-200
200
No
OSV
R/W
Yes
0
100
No
OSW
R/W
Yes
-50
0
No
OVM
R/W
No
0
1
No
OVS
R/W
Yes
0
20
No
PHS
R/W
Yes
0
31
No
PNE
R/W
No
0
1
No
PNM
R/W
Yes
1
255
No
PWR
R/W
No
0
1
No
R01
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
R02
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 3 Restore
R03
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 4 Restore
R04
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 5 Restore
R05
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 6 Restore
R06
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 7 Restore
R07
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 8 Restore
R08
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 9 Restore
R09
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 10 Restore
R10
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Input Name 11 Restore
R11
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Remote Code
RMC
R/W
Yes
0
31
No
Image Alignment Right Middle x
RMX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Remote Network Control
RNC
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Standby LED Enable
SBL
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Output Shift Width
Overscan Mode
Overscan
Phase
Periodic Notification Enable
Periodic Notification Months
Power
Input Name 1 Restore
PR
Input Name 2 Restore
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0 = Zoom
1 = Crop
0 = Off; 1 = On
0 = Off; 1 = On
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
SC1
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Splash Configure String 2
SC2
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Splash Configure String 3
SC3
R/W
No
N/A
N/A
Yes
Sidebar Color Blue
SCB
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Sidebar Color Green
SCG
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Screen
SCN
R/W
No
0
1
No
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Sidebar Color Red
Y
Splash Configure String 1
Notes
30 characters max
0 = Screen 1
1 = Screen 2
SCR
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
SER
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
SHO
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Picture menu
SHP
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Calibration -> Input Image menu
SMB
R/W
Yes
0
200
No
SME
R/W
No
0
1
No
SML
R/W
Yes
0
200
No
SMM
R/W
No
0
1
No
SMR
R/W
Yes
0
200
No
SMT
R/W
Yes
0
200
No
SPE
R/W
No
0
1
No
SPT
R/W
Yes
5
60
No
STA
R
No
0
4
No
Sync Threshold
STH
R/W
Yes
0
15
No
Sleep Timer
STM
R/W
No
0
5
No
Subnet Mask Byte 1
SU1
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Subnet Mask Byte 2
SU2
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Subnet Mask Byte 3
SU3
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
Subnet Mask Byte 4
SU4
R/W
Yes
0
255
No
System Reset
SYS
W
No
N/A
N/A
No
Send Errors to Runco
Sharpness Offset
Sharpness
Screen Masking Bottom
Screen Masking Test Pattern
Enable
Screen Masking Left
Screen Masking Test Pattern
Mode Enable
Screen Masking Right
Splash Enable
Splash Timer
Status
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0 = Off; 1 = On
0 = Off; 1 = On
0 = Off; 1 = On
0 = Off
1 = 30 Minutes
2 = 60 Minutes
3 = 90 Minutes
4 = 2 Hours
5 = 4 Hours
Action will be performed on any
setting value
External Control
Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
T11
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 1 4:3
T12
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 1 Letterbox
T13
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 1 VirtualWide
T14
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 1 Cinema
T15
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 1 Virtual Cinema
T16
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 1 Native
T17
R/W
No
0
1
Trigger 2 4:3
Trigger 2 Letterbox
Trigger 2 VirtualWide
Trigger 2 Cinema
Trigger 2 Virtual Cinema
Trigger 2 Native
Trigger 3 16:9
Trigger 3 4:3
T21
R/W
No
0
1
No
T22
R/W
No
0
1
No
T23
R/W
No
0
1
No
T24
R/W
No
0
1
No
T25
R/W
No
0
1
No
T26
R/W
No
0
1
No
T27
R/W
No
0
1
No
T31
R/W
No
0
1
No
T32
R/W
No
0
1
No
T33
R/W
No
0
1
No
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Trigger 3 Letterbox
No
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Y
Trigger 1 16:9
Notes
0 = Off; 1 = On
Trigger 3 VirtualWide
T34
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 3 Cinema
T35
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 3 Virtual Cinema
T36
R/W
No
0
1
No
Trigger 3 Native
T37
R/W
No
0
1
No
3D Test Pattern Enable
TDE
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
3D Mode
TDM
R/W
No
0
4
No
0 = Auto
1 = Off
2 = Side-by-Side
3 = Top-and-Bottom
4 = Frame Packing
3D Reverse Eyes
TDR
R/w
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Image Alignment Top Left x
TLX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Top Left y
TLY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Top Middle x
TMX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Top Middle y
TMY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Tint Offset
TNO
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
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Table 6-1. Serial Commands (continued)
Setting
Command
Code
Read/
Write
Inc/
Dec
Min
Value
Max
Value
String?
Notes
TNT
R/W
Yes
-50
50
No
Calibration -> Input Image menu
Test Pattern Enable
TPE
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Primary Test Pattern
TPP
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Secondary Test Pattern
TPS
R/W
No
0
1
No
0 = Off; 1 = On
Tracking
TRK
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Top Right x
TRX
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Image Alignment Top Right y
TRY
R/W
Yes
-100
100
No
Vertical Shift
Zoom
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VFD Brightness
TST
R/W
No
0
4
No
1 = Color Bars 1
11 = Color Bars 2
12 = Gray Bars
13 = Focus
14 = Off
15 = Off (Restore OSD)
16 = Primary Alignment
17 = Secondary Alignment
18 = Dual Alignment
19 = 3D
VFD
R/W
Yes
0
4
No
0 = 0%
1 = 25%
2 = 50%
3 = 75%
4 = 100%
VSH
W
Yes
0
0
No
(VSH+) or (VSH-) = Start;
(VSH=0) = Stop
W
Yes
0
0
No
(ZOM+) or (ZOM-) = Start;
(ZOM=0) = Stop
PR
Test Video
Y
Tint
ZOM
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6.2
Using Discrete IR
Codes
The DHD Controller accepts commands in the form of IR signals that conform to the
Phillips RC5 protocol. Each DHD Controller remote control button has an RC5 control
code associated with it.
You can use these codes to program a third-party, “universal” remote control unit to work
with the DHD Controller. These third-party products usually come with a computer
software application for this purpose. For more information, consult the documentation
provided with the remote control unit.
The IR control codes have the following characteristics:
• Each code consists of 14 bits:
• Two (2) start bits (always 1);
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• A toggle bit. This bit is inverted every time a key is released and pressed again. This
allows the DHD Controller to distinguish between a button that remains down and
one that is pressed repeatedly.
• Five (5) address bits. The default address is 17 (binary 10001). To change it, select
Remote Code from the Miscellaneous menu (in the Service menu) and follow the
steps given on page 93.
• Six (6) data bits.
• The carrier frequency is 36 kHz, with the modulated pulses having a 25% duty cycle.
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For example, here is the RC5 control code for the ON button on the DHD Controller
remote control unit (assuming the default address is used):
With Toggle Bit = 0
Hex
Binary
3
1
4
1
0
4
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
With Toggle Bit = 1
1
C
1
1
Start
Bits
Function
4
1
0
Toggle
Bit
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
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Binary
3
Address
Command
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Hex
Figure 6-1 shows the pulse train for this command (with the toggle bit set to zero).
Data
Word
S1
S2
TB
A4
Start Bits Toggle Bit
Encoded
Data
Word
1
1
0
1.78 ms
A2
A1
A0
C5
C4
Address Bits
0
0
0
C3
C2
C1
C0
0
1
Command Bits
1
0
0
0
0
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Modulated
Carrier
1
A3
Zoom In
of Carrier
27.8 µs
tp
3t p
First Packet
Repeated Packet
RC5 Packet
Transmission
14 cycles, 24.9 ms
64 cycles, 113.8 ms
Figure 6-1. RC5 Message Format
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IR Command List ➤
Table 6-2 lists the RC5 control codes for the DHD Controller.
Table 6-2. RC5 Control Codes for the DHD Controller
Function
RC5 Data
from
Remote
Control
(Note)
RC5 Data
with Toggle
Bit = 1
(Note)
0x3449
0x3C49
16:9 aspect ratio
3D AUTO
0x3475
0x3C75
3D Mode = Auto
3D OFF
0x3476
0x3C76
3D Mode = Off
3D SBS
0x3477
0x3C77
3D Mode = Side-by-Side
3D TAB
0x3478
0x3C78
3D Mode = Top-and-Bottom
3D FP
0x3479
0x3C79
3D Mode = Frame Packing
4:3
0x344A
0x3C4A
4:3 aspect ratio
CINEMA
0x346C
0x3C6C
Cinema aspect ratio
COMP
0x344E
0x3C4E
Component video input
CUST 1
0x3472
0x3C72
Custom 1 memory preset
CUST 2
0x3473
0x3C73
Custom 2 memory preset
DOWN
0x3446
0x3C46
Down-Arrow (
ENTER
0x3444
0x3C44
ENTER
EXIT
0x3474
0x3C74
EXIT
HD 1
0x3451
0x3C51
HD1 video input
HD 2
0x3452
0x3C52
HD2 video input
HDMI 1
0x3453
0x3C53
HDMI1 video input
HDMI 2
0x3454
0x3C54
HDMI2 video input
HDMI 3
0x3455
0x3C56
HDMI3 video input
HDMI 4
0x3456
0x3C56
HDMI4 video input
ISF DAY
0x3471
0x3C71
ISF Day memory preset
ISF NT
0x3470
0x3C70
ISF Night memory preset
LEFT
0x3447
0x3C47
Left-Arrow (
LET BOX
0x344B
0x3C4B
Letterbox aspect ratio
MENU
0x3443
0x3C43
MENU
NATIVE
0x346E
0x3C6E
Native aspect ratio
OFF
0x3442
0x3C42
Power off
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Note: These codes assume that the default address of 17 is used. If you change it to something
other than 17, you will need to modify these codes accordingly.
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Table 6-2. RC5 Control Codes for the DHD Controller (continued)
Function
RC5 Data
from
Remote
Control
(Note)
RC5 Data
with Toggle
Bit = 1
(Note)
Description
ON
0x3441
0x3C41
Power on
RIGHT
0x3448
0x3C48
Right-Arrow (
SCART
0x3457
0x3C57
SCART video input
SCREEN1
0x3466
0x3C66
Selects “Screen 1”
SCREEN2
0x3467
0x3C67
Selects “Screen 2”
STOFF
0x3460
0x3C60
Sets the sleep timer to Off
ST30MIN
0x3461
0x3C61
Sets the sleep timer to 30 minutes
ST60MIN
0x3462
0x3C62
Sets the sleep timer to 60 minutes
ST90MIN
0x3463
0x3C63
Sets the sleep timer to 90 minutes
ST2HRS
0x3464
0x3C64
Sets the sleep timer to 2 hours
ST4HRS
0x3465
0x3C65
Sets the sleep timer to 4 hours
UP
0x3445
0x3C45
Up-Arrow (
VID 1
0x344D
0x3C4D
Composite video input 1
VID 2
0x3458
0x3C58
Composite video input 2
VID 3
0x3459
0x3C59
Composite video input 3
0x346D
0x3C6D
Virtual Cinema aspect ratio
0x344C
0x3C4C
VirtualWide aspect ratio
V-WIDE
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Note: These codes assume that the default address of 17 is used. If you change it to something
other than 17, you will need to modify these codes accordingly.
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6.3
Using HDMI CEC
Messages
The DHD Controller accepts and can respond to CEC command messages from a disc
player, satellite receiver or DVR/set-top box via an HDMI connection. Using CEC, the DHD
Controller can perform the following actions:
• Turn itself and the display device on and select the correct input when the source
component initiates playback of a disc or recorded program.
• Turn the source component on when you switch to its corresponding input on the DHD
Controller.
• Turn the source component off when the DHD Controller is turned off (unless the
source component is in playback mode).
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To use CEC, connect your CEC-compatible sources to the HDMI inputs on the D-113d.
Set the CEC option to On (refer to CEC on page 94). Additional steps may be needed to
enable CEC at the source. Refer to the documentation for your source device for more
information.
CEC Command List ➤
Table 6-3 lists the CEC commands supported by the DHD Controller.
Table 6-3. CEC Commands Supported by the DHD Controller
PR
Opcode
Supported? (√ = Yes, – = No)
Value
Initiator
Follower
Feature Abort
0x00
√
√
Standby
0x36
√
√
Routing Change
0x80
√
√
Routing Information
0x81
√
√
Active Source
0x82
√
√
Request Active Source
0x85
√
√
Device Vendor ID
0x87
√
√
Give Device Vendor ID
0x8C
√
√
Vendor Command With ID
0xA0
√
√
Polling Message
N/A
√
√
Text View On
0x0D
√
–
Report Physical Address
0x84
√
–
Inactive Source
0x9D
√
–
CEC Version
0x9E
√
–
Set OSD Name
0x47
√
–
Menu Status
0x8E
√
–
Report Power Status
0x90
√
–
Set Menu Language
0x32
–
√
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Table 6-3. CEC Commands Supported by the DHD Controller (continued)
Supported? (√ = Yes, – = No)
Opcode
Value
Initiator
Follower
0x83
–
√
Set Stream Path
0x86
–
√
Get CEC Version
0x9F
–
√
Abort Message
0xFF
–
√
User Control Pressed
0x44
–
√
User Control Released
0x45
–
√
Give OSD Name
0x46
–
√
Menu Request
0x8D
–
√
Give Device Power Status
0x8F
–
√
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The DHD Controller does not transmit HDMI CEC control
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Note
Y
Give Physical Address
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7. Specifications
7.1
D-113d Projector
Specifications
Table 7-1 lists the D-113d projector specifications.
Table 7-1. D-113d Projector Specifications
Texas Instruments Digital Light Processing™ (DLP) dual
imaging system, SuperOnyx™ DMD™
Native Resolution:
Full HD 1920 x 1080 (1080p)
Illumination System:
Four (4), 350W HPM lamps; Individually swappable while
projector is in operation
1,300 hours typical
Glasses:
Ships with 6 pairs of PreciseColor by Panavision™ 3D System
passive glasses
Aspect Ratios:
Refer to Table 7-2
DTV Compatibility:
3D Support:
Recommended Width: 120 - 348 in.
Maximum Width: 480 in.
Recommended Width: 96 - 190 in.
Maximum Width: 254 in.
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Picture Size (16:9 Screen,
3D)
Control Options:
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i 50/60, 1080p 24/50/60
All HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D formats are supported with
included Runco 3Dimension Processing system
Picture Size (16:9 Screen,
2D)
Processing:
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Lamp Life:
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Projector Type:
Runco 3Dimension Processor with ViVix IV™ technology and
BRiC (Backup, Recovery and Clone) tool
• Serial commands via RS-232
• Discrete infrared (IR) remote
• Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) protocol support via
HDMI
• Ethernet
Inputs:
Refer to Table 7-2
Video Standards:
NTSC, PAL, SECAM, CEA-861D
Calibration:
ISF Certified Calibration Configuration
Throw Distance
(Factor x Screen Width):
Refer to Table 3-3
Horizontal & Vertical Offset:
Refer to Table 3-4
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Table 7-1. D-113d Projector Specifications (continued)
Light Output (2D):
CSMS Specifications* – Private Cinema Calibration:
11,750 ANSI Lumens; 420 Foot-Lamberts (fL)
Uncalibrated: 20,000 ANSI Lumens
*Measured on a 1.0 gain, 84" wide 16:9 screen
Light Output (3D):
CSMS Specifications* – Private Cinema Calibration:
1,175 ANSI Lumens; 128 Foot-Lamberts (fL)
Uncalibrated: 4,000 ANSI Lumens
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*Measured on a 3.0 gain, 84" wide 16:9 screen
Power Requirements:
Power Consumption:
CSMS* Contrast Ratio: >500:1 (ANSI);
10,000:1 full-on, full-off (dynamic)
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R
Contrast Ratio:
100 VAC to 240 VAC +/- 10% @ 50/60Hz
2,640W maximum; Current - 26.4A @100V
10°C to 40°C, up to 7,500’ altitude
10°C to 35°C, 7,500’ to 10,000’ altitude
Operating Humidity:
10 - 80% humidity (non-condensing)
IM
IN
Operating Temperature:
See Figure 7-1 and Figure 7-2
Weight (without lenses or
feet):
275 lbs. (124.74 kg)
Top and bottom projection units ship separately
PR
EL
Dimensions:
Regulatory Approvals:
FCC Part 15, Subpart B Class A, UL 60950, IEC60950, RoHS
Limited Warranty:
Two (2)-year PremierCare™ warranty; lamp warranty 1000
hours or (6) six months, whichever comes first (US and
Canada only)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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7.2
DHD Controller
Specifications
Table 7-2 lists the DHD Controller specifications.
Table 7-2. DHD Controller Specifications
Aspect Ratios:
4:3, Letterbox, 16:9, VirtualWide, Cinema, Virtual Cinema,
Native
Video Standards:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
EL
IM
IN
A
R
Y
HDMI and DVI with HDCP for digital video
Component and RGB HDTV (1080p, 1080i, 720p)
Component and RGB EDTV (576p, 480p)
Component and Composite SDTV (576i, 480i)
RGB SCART with adaptor
NTSC (M, 4.43)
PAL (B, G, H, I, N, M)
SECAM (M)
Inputs:
(4) HDMI with CEC and Deep Color
(1) Component/SCART (3 x RCA)
(2) Component/RGBHV (5 x BNC)
(3) Composite
Outputs:
(1) HDMI with Deep Color to projector
(1) HDMI with Deep Color to second display or audio
processor
•
•
•
•
•
•
Front panel vacuum fluorescent display and keypad
Discrete infrared (IR) remote
RS-232 (female DB9) for serial commands
USB (type B female) for firmware upgrade
RS-232 (male DB9) for accessories
3.5-mm wired IR input for Niles/Xantech-compatible IR
systems
• Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) protocol support via
HDMI
• Ethernet
PR
Control Options:
Ethernet Communication:
RJ45 (female) for web server, e-mail, auto firmware upgrade
and Telnet
RS-232 Communication
Parameters:
19200 bps, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no flow control
Trigger Outputs:
(3) +12 VDC, each rated at 250 mA and thermal
fuse-protected
Accessory Applications:
Runco Firmware Upgrader, Runco BRiC (backup, restore,
clone), CalMAN by SpectraCal for automatic calibration
Power Requirements:
100-240V~, 47-63Hz, 0.45 Amps
Operating Environment:
41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C), 0% to 90% humidity
(non-condensing); up to 10,000 feet (3,048 meters) altitude
Dimensions:
Width = 17.50 inches (444.5 mm)
Depth = 11.19 inches (284.1 mm)
Height = 3.75 inches (95.3 mm)
Weight:
15.4 lbs. (7.00 kg)
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Table 7-2. DHD Controller Specifications (continued)
Regulatory Approvals:
cTUVus, FCC class B, CE, RoHS, China RoHS, WEEE,
C-Tick, CCC, local conformances as required
Limited Warranty:
Two (2) years parts and labor from the date of shipment from
Runco.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Y
Table 7-3 lists the 3Dimension Processor specifications.
Table 7-3. 3Dimension Processor Specifications
Aspect Ratios:
3D:
Refer to Table 7-2
PR
EL
IM
Inputs:
Refer to Table 7-2
IN
Video Standards:
A
R
7.3
3Dimension Processor
Specifications
System includes demultiplexing algorithms for every required
HDMI 3D format, including frame-packed, maintaining optimal
synchronization and stereo separation
(4) HDMI with CEC and Deep Color
(1) Component/SCART (3 x RCA)
(2) Component/RGBHV (5 x BNC)
(3) Composite
Outputs:
(2) HDMI with Deep Color to Primary (“left eye“) and
Secondary (“right eye“) DHD Controllers
(2) Analog HD (5 x BNC) to Primary and Secondary DHD
Controllers
(2) Analog SD Composite (RCA) to Primary and Secondary
DHD Controllers
External Control:
Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) protocol support via
HDMI (pass-through)
Power Requirements:
100-240V~, 47-63Hz, 0.45A
Operating Environment:
41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C), 0% to 90% humidity
(non-condensing)
Dimensions:
Width = 17.50 inches (444.5 mm)
Depth = 11.19 inches (284.1 mm)
Height = 3.75 inches (95.3 mm)
Weight:
13.0 lbs. (5.90 kg)
Regulatory Approvals:
cTUVus, FCC class B, CE, RoHS, China RoHS, WEEE,
C-Tick, CCC, local conformances as required
Limited Warranty:
Two (2) years parts and labor from the date of shipment from
Runco.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Perf side panel
is removable
to access lamps
Feet are adjustable
from .78" to 2.25"
18.5in
470mm
Foot Locations
Figure 7-1. D-113d Dimensions
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Rear Vent
Rear Vent
26.2in
665.2mm
EL
IM
IN
A
R
24.3in
617.8mm
26.2in
665.2mm
19.9in
506.4mm
5.4in
137.6mm
0.0in
0mm
24.0in
610mm
Y
I/O Cover
I/O Cover
Front jewelry is
removable for lens
installation
Front jewelry is
removable for lens
installation
33.7in
856.6mm
2.4in
- Center of Lens
61.5mm
to Center of Projector
PR
Specifications
7.4
D-113d Dimensions
Figure 7-1 shows the D-113d dimensions.
Specifications
7.5
D-113d Dimensions
with CineWide with
AutoScope Assembly
Figure 7-2 shows the D-113d dimensions with the optional CineWide with AutoScope
assembly.
IN
6.8in
173.7mm
Lens angle, height, and
distance from projector is
adjustable for multiple lenses
PR
EL
Adjustable
IM
2.6in
67.2mm
Autoscope height
Autoscope OUT
A
R
Y
Adjustable
Autoscope IN
Foot height
Adjustable from
.78" to 2.25"
40.6in
1031.3mm
Figure 7-2. D-113d/CineWide with AutoScope Dimensions
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7.6
Supported Timings
Table 7-4 lists the signal types supported by each input on the DHD Controller.
Table 7-4. Supported Signal Timings by Input
SCART
Composite 1
Composite 2
Composite 3
28.125/31.250
74.250/72.000
–
√
–
–
–
59.94
33.716
74.175
–
√
–
–
–
60.00
33.750
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
50.00
37.500
75.250
–
√
–
–
–
59.94
44.715
74.406
–
√
–
–
–
60.00
45.000
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
50.00
37.500
75.250
–
√
–
–
–
59.94
44.715
74.406
–
√
–
–
–
60.00
45.000
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
50.00
37.500
75.250
–
√
–
–
–
59.94
44.715
74.406
–
√
–
–
–
60.00
45.000
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
23.98
26.978
74.175
–
√
–
–
–
24.00
27.000
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
29.97
33.716
74.175
–
√
–
–
–
30.00
33.750
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
50.00
56.250
148.500
–
√
–
–
–
59.94
67.433
148.350
–
√
–
–
–
60.00
67.500
148.500
–
√
–
–
–
Horizontal
Frequency
(kHz)
Pixel Frequency
(MHz)
720p SBS
(Side-bySide)
720p FP
(Frame
Packing)
1080p SBS
(Side-bySide)
1280x720
1280x720
1280x720
PR
720p TAB
(Top-andBottom)
1920x1080
EL
IM
IN
A
R
Supported 3D Modes
1080i SBS
(Side-bySide)
1920x1080
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HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
50.00
Refresh
Rate (Hz)
Y
Resolution
HD 1
HD 2
Format
Component
Supported? (√ = Yes, – = No)
Specifications
Table 7-4. Supported Signal Timings by Input (continued)
Component
SCART
Composite 1
Composite 2
Composite 3
Resolution
23.98
26.978
74.175
–
√
–
–
–
24.00
27.000
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
29.97
33.716
74.175
–
√
–
–
–
30.00
33.750
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
50.00
56.250
148.500
–
√
–
–
–
59.94
67.433
148.350
–
√
–
–
–
60.00
67.500
148.500
–
√
–
–
–
23.98
26.978
74.175
–
√
–
–
–
27.000
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
33.716
74.175
–
√
–
–
–
33.750
74.250
–
√
–
–
–
Refresh
Rate (Hz)
Horizontal
Frequency
(kHz)
Pixel Frequency
(MHz)
HD 1
HD 2
Format
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
Supported? (√ = Yes, – = No)
1080p FP
(Frame
Packing)
24.00
1920x1080
29.97
EL
30.00
800x600
√
√
√
–
–
66.59
35.892
29.862
√
√
√
–
–
72.00
37.861
31.500
√
√
√
–
–
75.00
37.500
31.500
√
√
√
–
–
85.00
43.269
36.000
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
37.879
40.000
√
√
√
–
–
72.00
48.077
50.000
√
√
√
–
–
75.00
46.875
49.500
√
√
√
–
–
85.00
53.674
56.250
√
√
√
–
–
74.54
52.849
60.036
√
√
√
–
–
47.95
25.270
27.089
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
31.020
33.750
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
48.363
65.000
√
√
√
–
–
70.00
56.476
75.000
√
√
√
–
–
75.00
60.023
78.750
√
√
√
–
–
85.00
68.677
94.500
√
√
√
–
–
800x600
832x624
832x624
848x480
848x480
1024x768
A
R
25.175
PR
640x480
Supported 2D Modes
31.469
60.00
640x480
IN
1920x1080
IM
1080p TAB
(Top-andBottom)
Y
Supported 3D Modes (continued)
1024x768
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Table 7-4. Supported Signal Timings by Input (continued)
Component
SCART
Composite 1
Composite 2
Composite 3
1152x864
1152x864
75.00
67.500
108.000
√
√
√
–
–
1280x720
1280x720
47.95
37.833
64.769
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
47.396
68.250
√
√
√
–
–
√
√
–
–
Format
Resolution
Refresh
Rate (Hz)
Horizontal
Frequency
(kHz)
Pixel Frequency
(MHz)
HD 1
HD 2
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
Supported? (√ = Yes, – = No)
1280x1024
1360x768
1400x1050
1280x960
1280x1024
1360x768
1400x1050
60.00
47.776
79.500
√
75.00
60.289
102.250
√
√
√
–
–
85.00
68.633
117.500
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
60.000
108.000
√
√
√
–
–
85.00
85.938
148.500
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
63.981
108.000
√
√
√
–
–
75.00
79.976
135.000
√
√
√
–
–
85.00
91.146
157.500
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
47.712
85.500
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
64.744
101.000
√
√
√
–
–
60.00
65.317
121.750
√
√
√
–
–
75.00
82.278
156.000
√
√
√
–
–
EL
IM
IN
A
R
1280x960
1280x768
PR
1280x768
Y
Supported 2D Modes (continued)
1600x1200
1600x1200
60.00
75.000
162.000
√
√
√
–
–
1680x1050
1680x1050
60.00
64.674
119.000
√
√
√
–
–
1920x1080
1920x1080
47.95
56.821
150.007
√
√
√
–
–
1920x1200
1920x1200
60.00
74.038
154.000
√
√
√
–
–
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Table 7-4. Supported Signal Timings by Input (continued)
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
Component
SCART
Composite 1
Composite 2
Composite 3
–
–
√
–
√
√
√
–
–
27.000
√
√
√
–
–
15.625
14.750
√
√
√
–
–
31.250
29.000
√
√
√
–
–
59.341/59.400
√
√
√
–
–
74.250
√
√
√
–
–
74.175/74.250
√
√
√
–
–
37.500
75.250
√
√
√
–
–
45.000
74.250
√
√
√
–
–
28.125/31.250
74.250/72.000
√
√
√
–
–
1080/60i
1920x1080 59.94/60.00 33.716/33.750
74.175/74.250
√
√
√
–
–
1080/24p
1920x1080 23.98/24.00 26.978/27.000
74.175/74.250
√
√
√
–
–
1080/50p
1920x1080
148.500
√
√
√
–
–
1080/60p
1920x1080 59.94/60.00 67.433/67.500 148.350/148.500
√
√
√
–
–
Format
Resolution
Refresh
Rate (Hz)
Horizontal
Frequency
(kHz)
Pixel Frequency
(MHz)
HD 1
HD 2
–
Y
Supported? (√ = Yes, – = No)
Supported 2D Modes (continued)
–
50.00
–
–
480/60i
720x487
59.94
15.734
13.500
480/60p
720x483
59.94
31.469
576/50i
720x576
50.00
576/50p
720x576
50.00
720/24p
1280x720
720/25p
1280x720
720/30p
1280x720
720/50p
1280x720
50.00
720/60p
1280x720
60.00
1080/50i
1920x1080
IN
A
R
SCART
RGBS
23.98/24.00 17.982/18.000
25.00
18.750
EL
IM
29.97/30.00 22.478/22.500
PR
50.00
50.00
56.250
–
59.94/60.00 15.734/15.750
3.580
–
–
–
–
√
NTSC 4.43
–
59.94/60.00 15.734/15.750
4.430
–
–
–
–
√
PAL-B/G/H/I
–
4.430
–
–
–
–
√
PAL-M
–
3.580
–
–
–
–
√
PAL-N
–
50.00
15.625
3.580
–
–
–
–
√
SECAM
–
50.00
15.625
13.500
–
–
–
√
√
NTSC 3.58
50.00
15.625
59.94/60.00 15.734/15.750
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