Dukane 9100HC Projector User Manual

D-ILA Multimedia Projector
Model 9100HC
User's Manual
Audio Visual Products
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
NOTICE (For USA)
Language for Manuals of Products using HID Lamps
(that contains mercury)
This product has a High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamp that
contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains lead in
some components.
Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or
recycling information please contact your local authorities,
or the Electronics Industries Alliance: http://www.eiae.org.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
This projector is equipped with a 3-blade grounding type
plug to satisfy FCC rule. If you are unable to insert the plug
into the outlet, contact your electrician.
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A. only)
CAUTION:
Changes or modification not approved by Dukane could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. 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 encourage to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• 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.
About burning-in of the D-ILA device
Do not allow the same still picture to be projected for a long
time or an abnormally bright video picture to be projected.
Do not project video images with high-intensity or high contrast
on a screen. The video image could be burnt into the D-ILA
device.
Use special care when projecting video games or computer program images. There is no problem with ordinary video-cassette
playback images.
About the installation place
Do not install the projector in a place that cannot support its
weight securely.
If the installation place is not sturdy enough, the projector could
fall or overturn, possibly causing personal injury.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit
has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD. In order not
to defeat the safeguards incorporated into this product, observe
the following basic rules for its installation, use and service.
Please read these Important Safeguards carefully before use.
– All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.
– The safety and operating instructions should be retained for
future reference.
– All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
– All operating instructions should be followed.
– Place the projector near a wall outlet where the plug can be
easily unplugged.
– Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do
not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth
for cleaning.
– Do not use attachments not recommended by the product
manufacturer as they may be hazardous.
– Do not use this product near water. Do not use immediately
after moving from a low temperature to high temperature, as
this causes condensation, which may result in fire, electric
shock, or other hazards.
– Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table.
The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult,
and serious damage to the product. The product should be
mounted according to the manufacturer’s instructions, and
should use a mount recommended by the manufacturer.
– When the product is used on a cart, care should be taken
to avoid quick stops, excessive force, and PORTABLE CART WARNING
(symbol provided by RETAC)
uneven surfaces which may cause the product and cart to overturn, damaging equipment or causing possible injury to the operator.
S3126A
MACHINE NOISE INFORMATION (Germany only)
Changes Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3.
GSGV, January 18, 1991: The sound pressure level at the
operator position is equal or less than 70 dB (A) according
to ISO 7779.
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Safety Precaution
– Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation.
These ensure reliable operation of the product and protect it
from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or
covered. (The openings should never be blocked by placing
the product on bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface. It should not
be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack
unless proper ventilation is provided and the manufacturer’s
instructions have been adhered to.)
For proper ventilation, separate the product from other equipment, which may prevent ventilation and keep a distance of
more than 11-7/8" (30 cm).
– This product should be operated only with the type of power
source indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or
local power company.
– This product is equipped with a three-wire plug. This plug will
fit only into a grounded power outlet. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to install
the proper outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
grounded plug.
– Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not
likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or
against them. Pay particular attention to cords at doors, plugs,
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.
– For added protection of this product during a lightning storm,
or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of
time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable
system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power line surges.
– Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or convenience
receptacles on other equipment as this can result in a risk of
fire or electric shock.
– Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out
parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
– Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages and
other hazards. Refer all service to qualified service personnel.
– Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer service to
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a) When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen on the
product.
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the Operation Manual, as an improper adjustment of controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the product to normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance
- this indicates a need for service.
– When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or with same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or
other hazards.
– Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask
the service technician to perform safety checks to determine
that the product is in proper operating condition.
– The product should be placed more than one foot away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, and
other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
– When connecting other products such as VCR’s, and personal computers, you should turn off the power of this product for protection against electric shock.
– Do not place combustibles behind the cooling fan. For example, cloth, paper, matches, aerosol cans or gas lighters
that present special hazards when over heated.
– Do not look into the projection lens while the illumination lamp
is turned on. Exposure of your eyes to the strong light can
result in impaired eyesight.
– Do not look into the inside of this unit through vents (ventilation holes), etc. Do not look at the illumination lamp directly
by opening the cabinet while the illumination lamp is turned
on. The illumination lamp also contains ultraviolet rays and
the light is so powerful that your eyesight can be impaired.
– Do not drop, hit, or damage the light-source lamp (lamp unit)
in any way. It may cause the light-source lamp to break and
lead to injuries. Do not use a damaged light source lamp. If
the light-source lamp is broken, ask your dealer to repair it.
Fragments from a broken light-source lamp may cause injuries.
– The light-source lamp used in this projector is a high pressure mercury lamp. Be careful when disposing of the lightsource lamp. If anything is unclear, please consult your dealer.
– Do not ceiling-mount the projector to a place which tends to
vibrate; otherwise, the attaching fixture of the projector could
be broken by the vibration, possibly causing it to fall or overturn, which could lead to personal injury.
– Use only the accessory cord designed for this product to prevent shock.
The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC 120 V,
AC 100 V– AC 240 V, the power cord attached conforms to
the following power supply voltage. Use only the power cord
designated by our dealer to ensure Safety and EMC.
When it is used by other power supply voltage, power cable
must be changed.
Ensure that the power cable used for the projector is the correct type for the AC outlet in your country.
Consult your product dealer.
Power cord
For United
Kingdom
For European
continent countries
Power cord
Power supply voltage: AC 120 V
*DO NOT allow any unqualified person to install the unit.
Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit (e.g. attaching it
to the ceiling) since special technical knowledge and skills
are required for installation.
If installation is performed by an unqualified person, it may
cause personal injury or electrical shock.
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Safety Precaution
POWER CONNECTION
WARNING:
Do not cut off the main plug from this equipment.
If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your
home or the cable is too short to reach a power point, then
obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or
adapter or consult your dealer.
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off, remove the fuse
and dispose of the plug immediately, to avoid a possible
shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the main supply.
If a new main plug has to be fitted, then follow the instruction given below:
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED. IMPORTANT:
The wires in the mains lead on this product are colored in
accordance with the following cord:
Green-and-yellow : Earth
Blue
: Neutral
Brown
: Live
As these colors may not correspond with the colored making identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is colored green-and-yellow must be connected
to the terminal which is marked with the letter E or the safety
earth or colored green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is colored blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or colored black.
The wire which is colored brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or colored red.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use only a correctly rated
approved type, re-fit the fuse cover.
IF IN DOUBT —— CONSULT A COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN.
How To Replace The Fuse
Open the fuse compartment with the blade screwdriver, and
replace the fuse.
(* An example is shown in the illustration below.)
POWER CONNECTION
(United Kingdom only)
WARNING:
Do not cut off the main plug from this equipment.
If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your
home or the cable is too short to reach a power point, then
obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or
adapter or consult your dealer.
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off, remove the fuse
and dispose of the plug immediately, to avoid a possible
shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the main supply.
If a new main plug has to be fitted, then follow the instruction given below:
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
IMPORTANT:
The wires in the mains lead on this product are coloured in
accordance with the following cord:
Green-and-yellow : Earth
Blue
: Neutral
Brown
: Live
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured making identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to the terminal which is marked
with the letter E
or the safety earth or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use only a correctly
rated approved type, re-fit the fuse cover.
IF IN DOUBT —— CONSULT A COMPETENT
ELECTRICIAN.
How To Replace The Fuse
Open the fuse compartment with the blade screwdriver, and
replace the fuse.
(* An example is shown in the illustration below.)
Fuse
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Caution
About burning-in of the D-ILA device
How to use the [SCREEN TRIGGER] terminal cable
● Do not allow the same still picture to be projected for a
long time or an abnormally bright video image to be projected.
Do not project video images with high-intensity or high contrast on a screen. The video image could be burnt into the
D-ILA device.
Use special care when projecting video games or computer
program images.
There is no problem with ordinary video cassette playback
images.
● It may cause short circuit if the supplied [SCREEN TRIGGER] terminal cable is used directly. When using the cable, connect it to the screen before connecting to this
unit.
The [SCREEN TRIGGER] terminal of this unit outputs a DC
+12 V / max. 100 mA signal. Short circuit will result in damage, fire or electrical shock.
● Leave the connection of the screen to the installation
contractor.
It will result in damage, fire or electrical shock.
Viewing conditions
Care
● Brightness of the room
Please avoid having sunshine or light shine directly onto the
screen. Images can only be well projected if the room is
dark.
● Do not view the screen continually for a long time
Looking at the screen continually for a long time will cause
your eyes to be tired. Please rest your eyes sometimes.
● Image flicker due to installation condition or the environment
Please do not view flickering images for too long as this
causes poor eyesight.
● Dirt in the cabinet
Please wipe the cabinet clean with a soft cloth. In case of
heavy soiling, please wipe it with a damp cloth soaked with
a neutral detergent.
● Since the cabinet may in time, get damaged or deteriorate in condition, (e.g. peeling paint):
• Do not wipe with a stiff cloth.
• Do not wipe with force.
• Do not wipe with thinner or benzene.
• Do not spray chemicals like insecticide.
• Do not allow it to come into contact with rubber or vinyl
materials for an extended period of time.
● Cleaning the lens
• Please use lens-cleaning paper (of the kind for cleaning
spectacles, cameras etc) sold in the market for cleaning.
• Please do not use liquid-type cleansers as it may cause
the coating mask on the surface to peel off.
• Please do not knock the surface of the lens as it damages
easily.
Using the projector
● Remove the Lens Cap when using the projector
Please use the projector after removing the lens cap.
The cap may become deformed and this unit may break
down due to heat.
Using the screen mode switch function
• This projector is equipped with a screen mode switch function that sets the screen size (aspect ratio and resize). If the set
screen aspect ratio and size differs from that of the inputted images (e.g. images from TV programs), the projected image
screen will differ from the original. Please bear this in mind when you choose the screen mode.
• Please keep in mind that making use of the screen mode switch function to alter screen images (aspect ratio and resize) in
restaurants/ hotels etc, for public viewing, in the pursuit of profit may constitute an infringement of the Copyright Act.
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Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................ 2
Caution ........................................................................ 5
Accessories ................................................................ 6
Controls and Features ............................................... 7
Front Side/ Top Surface/ Left Side ......................................... 7
Rear Side/ Right Side/ Bottom Surface .................................. 8
Connector Panel .................................................................... 9
Control Panel on the Projector ............................................. 10
Indicator Display on the Control Panel ................................ 10
Remote Control Unit ............................................................. 12
Loading Batteries into the Remote Control .......................... 14
Installing the Projector ............................................ 15
Precautions for Installation ................................................... 15
Installing the Projector against the Screen .......................... 16
Mounting the Projector ......................................................... 16
Projection Distance and Screen Size ................................... 17
Effective Range and Distance of the
Remote Control Unit ............................................................. 18
Connecting to Various Devices ............................... 19
Signals that can be input into the Projector ......................... 19
Connecting to Devices ......................................................... 21
Connecting the Power Cord (supplied) ............................... 24
Adjustments and Settings Using Menus ............... 32
The Menu Structure .............................................................. 32
The Menu Operation Buttons ............................................... 35
The Procedure for Menu Operation ..................................... 36
The Menu Configuration ....................................................... 37
1 “Image adj.” menu ...................................................... 37
2 “Color temp.” menu .................................................... 37
3 “Set up” menu ............................................................ 37
4 “Position” menu .......................................................... 38
5 “Aspect ratio” menu ................................................... 38
6 “Decoder” menu ......................................................... 38
7 “Resize” menu ............................................................ 38
8 “Logo” menu ............................................................... 38
9 “Capture menu” .......................................................... 38
p “Capture start” ............................................................ 39
q “Options” menu (“Page 1”) ......................................... 39
w “Color profile” menu ................................................... 39
e “Options” menu (“Page 2”) ......................................... 39
r “Language” menu ...................................................... 39
t “Information” menu ..................................................... 40
Setting “Aspect ratio” and “Resize” ....................... 41
Setting the “Aspect ratio” ..................................................... 41
Setting the “Resize” ............................................................. 43
Editing and Projecting Logo ................................... 45
Basic Operations ...................................................... 25
Basic Operation Procedures ................................................ 25
1. Power On .................................................................... 25
2. Selecting the image to be projected .......................... 25
3. Adjusting the Zoom Ring (the screen size) ................ 26
4. Adjusting the Focus Ring(Focus) ............................... 26
5. Adjusting the Sound Volume ....................................... 27
6. Power Off .................................................................... 27
Frequently used Convenient Functions ............................... 28
Enlarging the Image ....................................................... 28
Turning Off Image and Sound ......................................... 29
Displaying a Still Picture ................................................. 29
Removing the Trapezoidal Distortion of the Image ......... 30
Using the Quick Alignment function ............................... 31
Replacing the Lamp ................................................. 47
The light source lamp and its lamp time .............................. 47
The procedure for lamp replacement .................................. 47
Resetting the lamp time ....................................................... 49
Cleaning and Replacing the Filter .......................... 50
Troubleshooting ....................................................... 51
What to do when these messages are displayed .... 53
Warning Indication ................................................... 55
Specifications ........................................................... 56
Accessories
The following accessories are packed together with this projector.
Please confirm all items. If any item is missing, please contact your dealer.
Instructions ......................................................................................................................................... x 1
Guarantee ........................................................................................................................................... x 1
Power Cord ......................................................................................................................................... x 1
Remote Control (RM-MSX21) ............................................................................................................. x 1
[AA/R6]-size Battery (for operation confirmation) ............................................................................... x 2
AV connection cable (approximately 2 m: RCA Pin Plug) ................................................................... x 1
[SCREEN TRIGGER] terminal cable* ................................................................................................. x 1
* Cable for controlling roll-up screen that supports [SCREEN TRIGGER]. Connect the connector of the cable to the [SCREEN
TRIGGER] terminal of this unit. Consult the installation contractor for connection to the screen.
In addition, read ‘How to use the [SCREEN TRIGGER] terminal cable’ on page 5 when using the cable.
䡵 Optional Accessories
❈ Please ask your authorized dealer for the details.
• Replacement lamp (lamp unit) 456-9100HC
• Replacement filter
Inner filter
: LC32058-002A
Lower filter
: LC32087-002A
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Controls and Features
Front Side/ Top Surface/ Left Side
p Zoom Ring
9 Focus Ring
1 Control Panel
8 Remote Sensor (Front)
2 AC Power Input
7 Air Inlet
4 Foot Lever
Terminal
3 Carrying Handle
(for front adjustable foot)
6 Lens Cap
5 Lens
4 Foot Lever
(for front adjustable foot)
Using the Carrying Handle
7 Air Inlets (on the front, right, and bottom side of
1 Control Panel
For details, See ‘Control Panel on the Projector’.
(☞ page 10, 11)
2 AC Power Input Terminal
This is where the supplied power cord is connected to.
(☞ page 24)
3 Carrying Handle
Use this handle when carrying the projector.
4 Foot Lever (for front adjustable foot)
Use when extending and retracting the front foot.
(☞ page 15)
projector)
The air inlets absorb air to cool the internal components of
the projector. Do not block or allow warm air to blow into
them as it may cause damage.
• The air inlet filter on the right side cannot be removed.
Please clean the filter regularly with, for example, a
vacuum cleaner.
8 Remote Sensor (Front)
When operating with the remote control, aim it towards this
sensor. (☞ page 18)
• A remote sensor is also provided at the rear of the projector.
9 Focus Ring
5 Lens
The lens is a 1.3 x (zoom ratio) manual zoom lens.
Before projection, remove the lens cap. (☞ page 17, 24)
Used to manually focus the projected image on the screen.
(☞ page 26)
p Zoom Ring
6 Lens Cap
It is recommended that the cap be fitted on the lens to prevent it from becoming dirty when the projector is not in use.
(☞ page 24)
Used to manually zoom the projected image on the screen.
(☞ page 26)
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Controls and Features
Rear Side/ Right Side/ Bottom Surface
t Remote Sensor (Rear)
q Connector Panel
r Exhaust Vent
Bottom Surface
w Speaker
y Front Adjustable
Foot
7 Air Inlet
e Lamp Cover
7 Air Inlet
u Filter
i Rear Fixed
Foot
Blocked as it is not in use.
Opening it forcibly will cause
damage to the machine.
q Connector Panel
t Remote Sensor (Rear)
For details, refer to ‘Connector Panel’. (☞ page 9)
w Speaker
Built-in speaker located here.
When operating with the remote control, aim it towards this
sensor. (☞ page 18)
• A remote sensor is also provided at the front of the projector.
y Front Adjustable Foot (for adjusting the height and
e Lamp Cover
Remove this cover when replacing the lamp. (☞ page 47)
r Exhaust Vent
Warm air is expelled through these vents to keep the system cool. Please do not block the exhaust vents.
angle)
It is set at the lowest position when shipped from the factory. The foot can be adjusted to a maximum angle of +6°
and a maximum length of 31 mm. (☞ page 15)
u Filter
Cleans air drawn in from the air inlet. Please clean the filter
regularly with e.g., a vacuum cleaner. (☞ page 50)
i Rear Fixed Foot
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Controls and Features
Connector Panel
1 [PC2] Input Terminal
R PR/CR
GY
3 [PC3] Input Terminal
2 [PC1] Input Terminal
B PB/CB
H/CS
V
DVI
PC3
PC1
PC2
SCREEN
TRIGGER AUDIO IN
REMOTE
4 [SCREEN
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C IN
CONTROL
8 [Y/C] Input
6 [REMOTE]
TRIGGER]
Terminal
Terminal
Terminal
5 [AUDIO IN]
7 [CONTROL RS232C 9 [VIDEO] Input
IN/OUT] Terminal
Terminal
1 [PC2] Input terminal (BNC x 5)
This is an input terminal for component signals (Y, CB, CR)
or DTV-format (Y, PB, PR) signals. Devices which have component signal output terminals can be connected. This terminal can also be used as multipurpose video input terminals that allow input of the following signals: analog RGB
signals, vertical sync (V) signals, and horizontal sync (H)
signals/ composite signals (Cs). Devices which have analog RGB signals output terminals can be connected.
(☞ page 21, 22)
To use this terminal, the “PC2(BNC)” item in the “Options”
menu must be set correctly according to the input signals.
(☞ page 39)
• Input of external sync signals is automatically detected.
Detection of H/V signals or Cs signals causes automatic
switching to external sync. The priority order is H/V>Cs.
• When computer signals are input, the uppermost edge
of the image may appear to bow if the sync signal input is
a composite sync (Cs) or G on sync signal. In this case,
please use separate sync signals for vertical sync (V)
and horizontal sync (H).
2 [PC1] Input terminal (D-sub 3 rows 15 pin)
This is an input terminal dedicated to computer signals (RGB
Video signals and sync signals).
Connect the display output terminal of the computer to this
terminal. When a Macintosh computer is to be connected,
please use the conversion adapter (sold separately) for Mac.
(☞ page 22)
• When computer signals are input, the uppermost edge
of the image may appear to bow if the sync signal input is
a composite sync (Cs) or G on sync signal. In this case,
please use separate sync signals for vertical sync(V) and
horizontal sync(H).
3 [PC3] Input terminal (DVI-D 24 Pin Dual/ Single)
HDCP compatible video signals (480p, 720p 60/59 Hz, 1080i
60/59 Hz) and input terminal for personal computer (PC)
signal. Connect the display output terminal of the computer
to this terminal. (☞ page 22)
• The menu screen for HDCP compatible signal input is
the same as when PC input is selected.
Y/C
VIDEO
VIDEO IN
Terminal
4 [SCREEN TRIGGER] Terminal
The signal output for controlling roll-up screen that supports [SCREEN TRIGGER]. Outputs DC 12 V / max. 100 mA
when power is on.
(Tip = DC +12 V, Sleeve = Gnd)
Before using the supplied cable, read ‘How to use the
[SCREEN TRIGGER] terminal cable’ on page 5.
5 [AUDIO IN] (audio) Terminal (mini jack)
This is the audio input terminal for devices connected to
[PC1], [PC2], [PC3], [VIDEO] or [Y/C]. Connect the audio
output terminal of the device to this terminal.
(☞ page 21, 22)
• When [PC1], [PC2], [PC3], [VIDEO] or [Y/C] input is being selected, the inputted audio signals will be reproduced
by the projector speaker.
(Audio output for this projector is monaural.)
6 [REMOTE] Terminal (stereo mini jack)
When the remote control is unable to work due to rear projection etc., the [REMOTE] terminal can be used to connect
an external sensor to the projector. The external sensor is
not generally sold. Please check with your authorized dealer.
7 [CONTROL
RS232C IN/OUT] Terminal (D-sub 9
Pin)
This is the RS-232C interface-specific terminal. The projector can be controlled by a computer connected externally. More than one projector can be controlled using both
the [RS-232C IN] and [RS-232C OUT] terminals.
(☞ page 23)
• For details, please check with your dealer.
8 [Y/C] Input Terminal (Mini DIN 4 Pin)
This is the input terminal for Y/C (S-Video) signals. Connect this terminal to the S-video output terminal of a video
deck, etc. (☞ page 21)
9 [VIDEO] Input Terminal (RCA pin jack)
This is an input terminal for composite video signals. Connect this terminal to the composite video output terminal of
a VCR, etc. (☞ page 21)
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Controls and Features
Control Panel on the Projector
1 [STAND BY] indicator
8 [TEMP] indicator
9 [LAMP] indicator
p [VIDEO] button
q [PC] button
w [H-KEYSTONE] button
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
PC
VIDEO
OPERATE
2 [OPERATE] indicator
3 [OPERATE] button
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
e [V-KEYSTONE] button
4 [VOL.] (volume) button
VOL.
EXIT
MENU
r [MENU] button
5 [EXIT] button
t Cursor button
ENTER
6 [ENTER] button
(䊱 / 䊲 / 䊴 / 䊳)
PRESET
y [PRESET] button
7 [HIDE] button
HIDE
Indicator Display on the Control Panel
Stand-by, operate and cool down modes, together with other operational activities are indicated by differing combinations of Indicators appearing on the Control Panel.
• Please refer to Page 47 for explanations on warning indication for *1, and Page 55 for *2.
[STAND BY] light on
[OPERATE] light on
[STAND BY] blinking
Projector is in stand by mode
Projector is in operate mode
(In operation/ during projection)
Projector is in cool down mode
(when cooling lamp)
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
OPERATE
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
[LAMP] blinking*1
[LAMP] light on*1
Lamp life has expired
(Lamp time over 2000 hours)
The time to replace the lamp is near
(Lamp usage time over 1900 hours)
TEMP
OPERATE
[LAMP] and [OPERATE] blinking
simultaneously*1, *2
Lamp has turned off during projection
Time to replace the lamp (when lamp usage
time has reached 2010 hours)
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
LAMP
LAMP
TEMP
TEMP
Lamp does not light up and projector is unable
to project
STAND BY
OPERATE
LAMP
[LAMP] and [TEMP] blinking*2
TEMP
Lamp has been removed
STAND BY
STAND BY
TEMP
OPERATE
[LAMP] and [OPERATE] blinking
alternately*2
Circuits are not functioning properly
(Abnormal circuit functioning)
LAMP
OPERATE
[LAMP] and [STAND BY] blinking*2
STAND BY
STAND BY
LAMP
STAND BY
OPERATE
LAMP
OPERATE
TEMP
OPERATE
OPERATE
[TEMP] blinking*2
[TEMP] and [STAND BY] blinking*2
All blinking*2
Internal temperature is abnormally high
(Abnormal internal temperature)
Temperature at exhaust vents is high
(Abnormal external temperature)
When inner fan has stopped (fan lock)
STAND BY
STAND BY
STAND BY
LAMP
LAMP
TEMP
OPERATE
LAMP
TEMP
OPERATE
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TEMP
OPERATE
Controls and Features
Control Panel on the Projector
1 [STAND BY] Indicator
Light on : In stand by mode.
Blinking : In cool down mode.
2 [OPERATE] Indicator
Light on : During projection.
3 [OPERATE] button
When this projector is in standby mode, pressing this button for more than 1 second will turn the projector on and
cause the [OPERATE] indicator to light up. Press it one second or more again, and the projector goes into the cool
down mode and finally into stand by mode. (☞ page 25)
• The [OPERATE] button will not work within approximately
1 minute of the light-source lamp being turned on. Hence
wait about 1 minute before pressing.
4 [VOL.] ª / · buttons
Use these buttons to adjust the sound volume.
(☞ page 27)
5 [EXIT] button
Press this button to display the previous menu (For example, from sub menu to main menu). Pressing this button
when the main menu is displayed will erase the menu.
(☞ page 35)
6 [ENTER] button
Press this button to show the next menu (For example, from
main menu to sub-menu). It is also used when [ENTER] is
displayed against an item on the menu screen, or to choose
the “Reset” option etc. (☞ page 35)
7 [HIDE] button
9 [LAMP] Indicator
Light on : Indicates the lamp has been used for more than
1900 hours.
Blinking : Indicates the lamp has been used for more than
2000 hours.
Please change the lamp. (☞ page 10, 47, 55)
p [VIDEO] button
Use this button to select a device such as a video connected to the [VIDEO IN] terminal ([VIDEO] or [Y/C] Input
terminal) of the projector. (☞ page 25)
q [PC] button
Use this button to select a device connected to the [PC1],
[PC2] or [PC3] terminals. (☞ page 26)
w [H-KEYSTONE] button
Use this button to remove the horizontal trapezoidal distortion of the image projected on the screen. (☞ page 30)
e [V-KEYSTONE] button
Use this button to remove the vertical trapezoidal distortion
of the image projected on the screen. (☞ page 30)
r [MENU] button
Use this button to enter or exit the menu mode. When the
main menu is displayed, pressing this button will cause the
menu to disappear. (☞ page 35)
t Cursor ( 䊱 / 䊲 / 䊴
/ 䊳 ) buttons
These buttons are used in the menu mode to select an
item, adjust the value etc. (☞ page 35)
y [PRESET] button
Use this button to temporarily halt the audio and video output. Press again to resume. (☞ page 29)
8 [TEMP] Indicator
Blinking : Indicates the temperature inside the projector is
abnormally high.
This [PRESET] button only works as a reset button for the
[VOL.], [V-KEYSTONE] and [H-KEYSTONE] adjustments
done on the control panel and the [VOLUME], [V-KEYSTONE], [H-KEYSTONE] and [DIGITAL ZOOM] adjustments done on the remote control. (☞ page 28, 30)
When adjusting the volume, keystone or digital zoom (when
the setting is displayed on the screen) the adjusted value is
reset to that which was set when the projector was shipped
from the factory. This button does not work for the menu
(submenu) items.
About Cool Down mode
Note
After projection, the heated lamp will go through a 90 seconds cool-down period known as the cool down mode. This
function is to prevent heat from the heated lamp causing
damage and deformation to the internal components of the
projector. It also prevents lamp breakage and shortened lamp
life.
The Cool down mode is indicated by the blinking [STAND
BY] indicator. During the cool down mode, pressing the
[OPERATE] button will not turn on the projector.
After the cool down process is completed, the projector will
automatically change to stand by mode.
Please do not pull out the plug from the power outlet during
cool down mode. Please also do not block the exhaust vent
by standing the projector on its end or laying it on its side.
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Controls and Features
Remote Control Unit
q [VIDEO] button
1 Remote Control’s signal transmitter
w [PC] button
2 [OPERATE] button
PC
OPERATE
VIDEO
e [H-KEYSTONE] button
3 [SCREEN] button
(Not functional on this unit.)
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
r [V-KEYSTONE] button
DIGITAL
ZOOM
4 [DIGITAL ZOOM] button
S
FREEZE
t [VOLUME] button
5 [FREEZE] button
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
6 [QUICK ALIGN.] (quick alignment)
button
y [FOCUS] button
(Not functional on this unit.)
MENU
EXIT
7 [EXIT] button
u [MENU] button
8 [ENTER] button
ENTER
i [PRESET] button
9 [HIDE] button
PRESET
HIDE
p Cursor (䊱 / 䊲 / 䊴 / 䊳) button
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Controls and Features
1 Remote Control’s signal transmitter
(☞ page 18)
2 [OPERATE] button
When the projector is in standby mode, pressing this button for one second or more will turn on the projector and
light up the [OPERATE] indicator. Press it one second or
more again and the projector will turn off, cool down and
finally enter the standby mode. (☞ page 25)
• The [OPERATE] button will not work for approximately 1
minute from when the light-source lamp is turned on. Wait
approximately 1 minute before pressing.
3 [SCREEN] „ / Í button
Not functional on this unit.
4 [DIGITAL ZOOM] ª / · buttons
This digital zoom function can magnify the image by up to
four times on the screen. (☞ page 28)
• There will however be some inevitable loss of image quality when images are enlarged.
5 [FREEZE] button
9 [HIDE] button
Use this button to temporarily halt the audio and visual output. Press again to resume.
(☞ page 29)
p Cursor (䊱 / 䊲 / 䊴 / 䊳) button
These buttons are used in the menu mode to select an
item, adjust the value etc. (☞ page 35)
q [VIDEO] button
Use this button to select a device such as a video connected to the [VIDEO IN] terminal ([VIDEO] or [Y/C] Input
terminal) of the projector. (☞ page 25)
w [PC] button
Use this button to select a device connected to the [PC1],
[PC2] or [PC3] terminal of the projector. (☞ page 26)
e [H-KEYSTONE] button
Use this button to remove the horizontal trapezoidal distortion of the image projected on the screen. (☞ page 30)
r [V-KEYSTONE] button
This button allows the image to be retained in the projector
memory and stills the picture on the screen. Press the button once to freeze the picture and again to de-freeze.
(☞ page 29)
6 [QUICK ALIGN.] (quick alignment) button
Use this button to automatically adjust the projected image’s (i)horizontal and vertical position, (ii) Width and display area, etc. During alignment, the message “QUICK
ALIGN...” appears on the screen and disappears when alignment is complete. (☞ page 31)
• The Quick Alignment function only works when the signal is input from either the [PC1] or [PC2] terminal. It does
not work when the signal is input from the [VIDEO] input
terminal or the [Y/C] input terminal.
• When input signal from [PC3] input terminal is received,
“QUICK ALIGN...” is displayed but it is not functional.
7 [EXIT] button
Press this button to display the previous hierarchical menu
(For example, from sub-menu to main menu). When the
main menu is displayed, pressing this button will cause the
menu to disappear. (☞ page 35)
8 [ENTER] button
Press this button to show the next hierarchical menu (For
example, from main menu to sub menu). It is also used
when [ENTER] is displayed against the item on the menu
screen or to select the “Reset” menu. (☞ page 35)
Use this button to remove the vertical trapezoidal distortion
of the image projected on the screen. (☞ page 30)
t [VOLUME] ª / · button
Use these buttons to adjust the sound volume.
(☞ page 27)
y [FOCUS] ª / · button
Not functional on this unit.
u [MENU] button
Use this button to enter or exit the menu mode. When the
main menu is displayed, press this button and it will disappear. (☞ page 35)
i [PRESET] button
This [PRESET] button only works as a reset button for the
[VOL.], [V-KEYSTONE] and [H-KEYSTONE] adjustments
done on the control panel and the [VOLUME], [V-KEYSTONE], [H-KEYSTONE] and [DIGITAL ZOOM] adjustments done on the remote control. (☞ page 28, 30)
When adjusting the volume, keystone or digital zoom (when
the setting is displayed on the screen) the adjusted value is
reset to that which was set when the projector was shipped
from the factory. This button does not work for the menu
(submenu) items.
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Controls and Features
Loading Batteries into the Remote Control
Please load batteries into the remote control. If the remote control starts to work erratically, replace the batteries.
1. Open the back cover
• Push the hook on the back cover lightly in the direction of the arrow and lift it up.
Precautions for using batteries
If batteries are used incorrectly, they may crack or leak. This
could cause fire, burn, malfunction, staining or damaging of
the surroundings.
Beware of the following:
• Do not mix new and old batteries.
• Do not mix different types of batteries as they are different in characteristics.
• Place batteries so they match the polarities indicated on
the cartridge.
• Be sure to insert the minus · end in first to avoid shortcircuiting.
• Do not put batteries into a fire or try to recharge them.
• Use only designated batteries.
• Remove the batteries if the remote control is not to be
used for a prolonged period.
2. Load the batteries
• Place the two supplied batteries (AA/R6-size) into
the remote control as illustrated below. To prevent
short circuit, be sure to insert the minus · end of
the battery first.
Battery Life
Batteries run for six months to one year in normal use. However, the batteries supplied are for confirming operation and
may not run that long. When the remote control starts failing
to work properly, replace the batteries with new ones.
Battery Leakage
When the batteries are totally exhausted and can no longer
be used, replace them immediately.
Leaving the batteries in the battery compartment causes
battery leakage which in turn causes malfunction.
Further, in cases where the leakage comes to contact with
the skin, wipe it away with a cloth, otherwise skin problems
may occur.
3. Close the back cover
• Close the back cover by inserting the end first and
pressing down until a click is heard.
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Installing the Projector
Precautions for Installation
Please read the following properly when installing the projector.
Installation Environment
Precaution for Usage
Please do not install or use this projector in the following places. The projector is a precision device and doing so could cause a fire or malfunction.
• Where there is water, humidity or dust
• Where the projector may be subjected to oil, smoke or
cigarette smoke
• On a soft surface such as a carpet or cushion
• Where the projector may be subjected to direct sunlight
• Where temperature is high or low
Allowable operation temperature range : +5 °C to +35 °C
Allowable relative humidity range
: 20 % to 80 %
(no condensation)
Allowable storage temperature range : –10 °C to +60 °C
• Any room in which there is smoke and grease
Even where smoke and grease levels are minimal, prolonged exposure will affect the projector. The projector
emits heat and optical components are cooled down by
taking in large amount of air. The optical path being soiled
by grease/dirt can cause images to become dark and the
color projection to deteriorate. After soiling, removing
grease/dirt totally from the optical parts is not possible.
This projector uses a light-source lamp which reaches
high temperatures when projecting.
Please DO NOT use it in the following ways as doing so
may result in fire or malfunction.
• Projecting images while the projector is on its side.
• Projecting images outside the specified angle.
Do not use the projector while it is set more than ±5°
horizontally (left/right), or more than ±25° vertically (up/
down). This could cause color variation or shorten the
lamp life.
• Use while blocking the exhaust vents.
Minimum Space Required
150 mm
300 mm
300 mm
Do not use a cover which may enclose the projector
air-tight or block the exhaust vents. Allow sufficient
space around the projector. When the projector is enclosed in a space of the following dimensions, use an
air conditioner so that internal and external temperatures are the same.
150 mm
500 mm
Adjusting the Inclination of the Projector
The vertical angle and leveling of the projector can be adjusted with the adjustable feet at the bottom of the projector.
䡵 Vertical angle adjustment range
+6˚
Front Adjustable Foot
Adjusting the vertical angle of the projector
• While pushing the lever upward, raise the projector. The maximum extension is approximately
31 mm. To retract the foot, push the lever and
lower the projector slowly; the projector is fixed
at the position where you release the lever.
Foot
Lever
Adjusting the level of the projector minutely
• Lift the projector, rotate the front adjustable foot,
and adjust the horizontal angle until the projector is level.
Extend
Shorten
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Installing the Projector
Installing the Projector against the Screen
The picture quality may deteriorate when performing KEYSTONE compensation. It is recommended to place the projector perpendicularly to the screen.
䡵 Side View
䡵 Top View
• Trapezoidal-distortion can be corrected using the [KEYSTONE]*
buttons on the projector. (☞ page 30)
Up to approximately 10° upward and
downward from the vertical line.
Up to approximately 30° upward
and downward from the horizontal
line.
* If the KEYSTONE compensation is used simultaneously for upper/lower/left/right directions, the compensating range will
decrease.
Mounting the Projector
When mounting of the projector is required, do it using the embedded three screw holes (M6 nuts) at the bottom of the projector.
Precaution for ceiling-mount
• To ceiling-mount and adjust the projector, special expertise and techniques are necessary. Be sure to ask your
dealer or specialist to perform the work.
• Do not mount on places that will be subjected to knocks
and vibrations.
• As the depth of the screw holes is 10 mm, use screws
shorter than 10 mm but longer than 6 mm. Otherwise, the
screws will damage the internal parts of the projector causing malfunction.
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Installing the Projector
Projection Distance and Screen Size
• This projector uses 1.3x manual zoom lens for projection.
• Although the focusable projection distance is about 1.6 m ~ 12 m, the projection distance recommendable for performance is
about 2 m ~ 8 m. Install the projector within this range and adjust the screen size when the aspect ratio of the screen is 16:9.
• If the KEYSTONE is adjusted, the screen becomes smaller. (☞ page 30)
䡵 Screen installation
16:9 and 4:3 Screen
A 4:3 aspect-ratio picture is projected based
on the width of the range in which a 16:9
aspect-ratio picture is projected. The diagonal
length of a 4:3 aspect-ratio screen is about
81.7 % that of a 16:9 aspect-ratio screen.
Screen
A
B
90˚
90˚
A:B = 30:1
䡵 Relationship between projection distance and projection screen size
Projection screen size of 16:9 aspect Ratio
(Diagonal length)
Approximate projecting distance
W (Wide)
~
T (Tele-)
Type 36.7
(approx. 93.2 cm)
(approx. 1.56 m)
~
(approx. 2.05 m)
Type 40
(approx. 101.6 cm)
(approx. 1.71 m)
~
(approx. 2.24 m)
Type 60
(approx. 152.4 cm)
(approx. 2.59 m)
~
(approx. 3.38 m)
Type 80
(approx. 203.2 cm)
(approx. 3.47 m)
~
(approx. 4.53 m)
Type 100
(approx. 254.0 cm)
(approx. 4.35 m)
~
(approx. 5.67 m)
Type 120
(approx. 304.8 cm)
(approx. 5.23 m)
~
(approx. 6.82 m)
Type 140
(approx. 355.6 cm)
(approx. 6.11 m)
~
(approx. 7.96 m)
Type 160
(approx. 406.4 cm)
(approx. 6.99 m)
~
(approx. 9.11 m)
Type 180
(approx. 457.2 cm)
(approx. 7.87 m)
~
(approx. 10.25 m)
Type 200
(approx. 508.0 cm)
(approx. 8.75 m)
~
(approx. 11.40 m)
Type 220
(approx. 558.8 cm)
(approx. 9.64 m)
~
—
Type 240
(approx. 609.6 cm)
(approx. 10.52 m)
~
—
Type 260
(approx. 660.4 cm)
(approx. 11.40 m)
~
—
Type 275
(approx. 698.5 cm)
(approx. 12.06 m)
~
—
• The projection screen sizes and projecting distances in the table above are provided only as a guide (reference). Please use
them during installation. The projected image size may vary depending on the manufacturing tolerance of the projection lens.
Please use the ‘Wide side’ for sizes bigger than Type 200.
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Installing the Projector
Effective Range and Distance of the Remote Control Unit
䡵 Using as a wireless remote control unit
The operable distance of the remote control unit is about 7 m for direct reception. The remote control unit can be used by having
the transmission signal reflected off a screen. In this case, please set the total distance A + B where A is the distance from
projector to screen and B is the distance from screen to remote control, within 7 m. The operable angles of the remote
control unit are 30˚ right and left, and 20˚ up and down.
• As the effect of signals reflected from the remote control
unit differ with the type of screen used, effective range
and distance may decrease.
• Aim the remote control unit towards the remote
sensor on the front or rear of the projector. The
operable distance of the remote control unit is
about 7 m for direct reception. If the remote
control fails to work properly, move closer to
the projector.
Screen
30˚
30˚
20˚
Remote Control Sensor
(rear)
Projector
Projector
A
20˚
30˚
B
30˚
20˚
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Remote Control Unit
䡵 Using as a wired Remote Control
By connecting a separately sold wired remote control via remote cable to the [REMOTE] terminal, the remote control can be
used as a wired control unit.
• When connected to the remote cable, the supplied remote control’s transmitter and the projector’s sensor do not function.
• Please keep within the range of the remote cable length. Warranty is not extended to the case where an extension cord is
used.
RS-232C OUT
CONTROL
REMOTE
QUICK
ALIGN.
OPERATE
PC
VIDEO
DIGITAL
ZOOM
VOLUME
HIDE
FREEZE
PRESET
MENU
ESCAPE
ENTER
Wired remote
control
(sold separately)
Remote Cable (sold separately)
RM-M3010
QAM0081-001 (approx. 3 m)
QAM0247-001 (approx. 15 m)
Projector
❈ The [ESCAPE] button on the separately sold remote control (RM-M3010) is equivalent
to the [EXIT] button on the supplied remote control unit. There is no equivalent to the [HKEYSTONE], [V-KEYSTONE] and [FOCUS] buttons found on the supplied remote control.
When the remote control unit fails to work properly
•
•
•
When the batteries in the remote control unit are exhausted, improper functioning will occur. Please replace with new
batteries.
When either the remote control unit or projector alone is connected to the remote cable, the item connected will not be
able to work. Please check the cable connection.
When a remote cable is connected to the projector, the supplied remote control becomes inoperable.
When operating via the supplied remote control, confirm that the cable is not connected to the projector.
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Connecting to Various Devices
Signals that can be input into the projector
The following signals can be input to the projector.
䡵 Video signals
(1) Response to Decoder
Decoder
Input terminal
NTSC
O
O
O*2
O*2
[VIDEO]
[Y/C]
[Y], [PB/CB], [PR/CR]*3
[G], [B], [R], [H/Cs], [V]*4
NTSC4.43
O
O*1
O*2
O*2
PAL
O
O
O*2
O*2
SECAM
O
–––––
O*2
O*2
*1: Responds if Y/C output is available.
*2: Signifies that component signals (Y, PB, PR/Y, B-Y, R-Y/G, B, R, H/Cs, V) conform to the signal timing (synchronization and
video period) of each decoder. The decoders are used for convenience.
*3: To use these signals, it is required to set the “PC2(BNC)” item in the “Options” menu to “YPBPR”. (☞ page 39)
*4: To use these signals, it is required to set the “PC2(BNC)” item in the “Options” menu to “RGB”. (☞ page 39)
(2) Responds to double density*5, high-vision signals.
Decoder
Input terminal
NTSC*6
O
O
[Y], [PB/CB], [PR/CR]*8
[G], [B], [R], [H/Cs], [V]*9
PAL*7
O
O
High-vision signal
O
O
*5: Signals of which density of scanning lines per field is twice as high.
*6: Responds to signals of which the horizontal scanning frequency is 31.47 kHz. NTSC can be made twice as dense by a line
doubler (separately available: recommended article). It can also respond to fully-specified, decoded wide-clear-vision signals and decoded 525p progressive signals.
*7: Responds to signals of which the horizontal scanning frequency is 31.25 kHz. PAL can be made twice as dense by a line
doubler (separately available: recommended article).
*8: To use these signals, it is required to set the “PC2(BNC)” item in the “Options” menu to “YPBPR”. (☞ page 39)
*9: To use these signals, it is required to set the “PC2(BNC)” item in the “Options” menu to “RGB”. (☞ page 39)
(3) Response to DTV-format signals
DTV-format signals (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) can be input to the [Y], [PB/CB], [PR/CR]*10 input terminals.
*10: To use these signals, it is required to set the “PC2(BNC)” item in the “Options” menu to “YPBPR”. (☞ page 39)
䡵 Computer signals
Computer signals can be input to the [PC1], [PC2] ([G], [B], [R], [H/Cs], [V])*11 or [PC3] (DVI-D) terminals.
*11: It is required to set the “PC2(BNC)” item in the “Options” menu to “RGB”. (☞ page 39)
Scanning frequencies in the following ranges can be inputted.
Horizontal scanning frequency
Vertical scanning frequency
: 15 kHz ~ 120 kHz
: 24 Hz, 25 Hz, 30 Hz, 50 Hz ~ 120 Hz
Be sure that the computer used meets the following conditions.
• The computer has a video signal output port.
Confirm if the computer has a video signal output port by consulting the computer’s manual.
The video signal output port is generally called RGB port, monitor port, or video port.
In the case where the computer comes with a built-in monitor, e.g.; a notebook, an external output port may need to be
purchased. Also, note that an external output port cannot be installed in some computers.
• The resolution and the scanning frequencies are within the range specified in the table on page 20.
Be sure that the resolution and the scanning frequencies of the video signal are within this range.
Video signals out of this range should not be used.
(Out of range signals can be projected but the image may not turn out sharp. Signals within the range may occasionally
require adjustment, depending on the video board used). When signals other than those listed in the table on page 20 are
input, the image could be partially erased or unwanted folds-over the image could appear.
Some signals within the frequency range may not be displayed normally depending on the type of the signal.
Composite sync (Cs) and G on Sync signals cannot be handled depending on the devices connected.
䡵 HDCP compatible signal
[PC3 DVI] input terminal can accept HDCP compatible video signals (480p, 720p 60/59 Hz, 1080i 60/59 Hz). The menu is
same as when PC input is selected.
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Connecting to Various Devices
䡵 Allowable input signals
Signal
PC system
PC98
PC/AT
DOS/V
DVI*
Mac
VIDEO system
Video
DVI*
(HDCP)
VESA350
PC98
VGA 60 Hz*
VGA 72 Hz
VGA 75 Hz
VGA 85 Hz
SVGA 56 Hz
SVGA 60 Hz*
SVGA 72 Hz
SVGA 75 Hz
SVGA 85 Hz
XGA 43 Hz
XGA 60 Hz*
XGA 70 Hz
XGA 75 Hz
XGA 85 Hz
SXGA 43 Hz
SXGA 60 Hz*
SXGA 75 Hz
SXGA 85 Hz
SXGA+60 Hz*
MAC13
MAC16
MAC19
MAC21
HDTV (1035i) 60 Hz
HDTV (1035i) 59 Hz
480p*
720p 60 Hz*
720p 59 Hz*
1080i 60 Hz*
1080i 59 Hz*
1080i 50 Hz
1080 30SF/30P
1080 25SF/25P
1080 24SF/24P
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
Horizontal resolution
Hor (Pixels)
Vertical resolution Horizontal frequency Vertical frequency
Ver (Lines)
H (kHz)
V (Hz)
640
640
640
640
640
640
800
800
800
800
800
1024
1024
1024
1024
1024
1280
1280
1280
1280
1400
640
832
1024
1152
350
400
480
480
480
480
600
600
600
600
600
768/2
768
768
768
768
1024/2
1024
1024
1024
1050
480
624
768
870
720
1280
1280
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
483
720
720
1080/2
1080/2
1080/2
1080
1080
1080
37.86
24.83
31.47
37.86
37.50
43.27
35.16
37.88
48.08
46.88
53.67
35.52
48.36
56.48
60.02
68.68
46.43
63.98
79.98
91.15
64.02
35.00
49.73
60.24
68.68
33.75
33.72
31.47
45.00
44.96
33.75
33.72
28.25
33.750
28.125
27.000
15.734
15.625
15.625
84.13
56.42
59.94
72.81
75.00
85.01
56.25
60.32
72.19
75.00
85.06
43.48
60.00
70.07
75.03
85.00
43.44
60.02
75.03
85.02
60.00
66.67
74.55
74.93
75.06
60.00
59.94
59.94
60.00
59.94
60.00
59.94
50
60/30
50/25
48/24
60
50
50
• The resolutions for the input signals are listed in the table above.
• Certain types of signals in the frequency range may not be displayed normally.
• When a signal other than those listed above is input, the image could be partially erased or unwanted folds-over the image may
appear.
• Some signals other than those listed above can be displayed. However, they may require adjustment.
• Some of the signals listed above may require adjustment depending on the video board used.
• Composite sync (Cs) and G on Sync signals cannot sometimes be handled depending on the devices connected.
• VGA signals from the PC could at times be displayed in the video 480p mode.
(In this case, the projector enters the video menu when the [MENU] button is pressed.)
• The motion picture may be distorted when projecting motion picture from computer.
• The image of [DVI-D] input terminal might not be displayed due to HDCP specification change.
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Connecting to Various Devices
Connecting to Devices
Before connection, be sure to turn off both the projector and the device.
䡵 Connecting to Video Devices
• Thoroughly read the manual that comes with each video device.
• Use the supplied AV connection cable. S-video (Y/C) cable, BNC cable and PC Audio cables are not supplied.
Right side of projector
BNC Cable (sold separately)
R PR/CR
GY
B PB/CB
H/CS
V
DVI
PC3
PC1
PC2
SCREEN
TRIGGER
REMOTE
AUDIO IN
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C IN
CONTROL
PC Audio cable
(sold separately)
Y/C
VIDEO
VIDEO IN
S-video cable
(sold separately)
AV connection cable
(supplied)
Video Device 1
VCR (Video cassette recorder)
Video Device 2
DVD player
D-VHS or DVD player etc.
Camcorder
Image input
• Connect a composite image signal output
device or Y/C (S-video) image output device.
Sound input
• Connect to [AUDIO IN] terminal.
Image input
• Connect to component signal output
device, DTV format signal output device,
etc.
• When the [PC2] input terminal is used, the
“PC2(BNC)” item in “Options” menu must
be correctly set. (☞ page 39)
Sound input
• Connect to [AUDIO IN] terminal.
Connection
•
•
•
When connecting a video device, please use a TBC along with it, or use one with a built-in TBC.
Use of an extension cable to connect a video device and the projector could cause image deterioration or projection
failure.
When a signal with much jitter is reproduced on a VCR, or special-effect playbacks are performed, the upper part of the
image or the screen may be interrupted, erased or distorted.
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Connecting to Various Devices
䡵 Connecting to Computers
• Thoroughly read the manuals that come with the computer used.
• Prepare cables for connecting the devices.
Desktop type (DOS/V, etc.)
• When the [PC2] input terminal is used, “PC2(BNC)” must be selected from the
“Options” menu. (☞ page 39)
• When connecting an audio output terminal such as a computer sound source to
the projector, connect to the [AUDIO IN] terminal using the separately available
audio cable.
• When connecting to PC-9800 Series computers, a separately available conversion adapter is necessary. Please confirm the monitor connector type before use.
Personal Computer connector cable (sold separately)
To monitor
connector
Separated cable (sold separately)
To [PC2]
Desktop type (DOS/V, PC-9800 etc.)
To [DVI]
To [PC1]
R PR/CR
GY
B PB/CB
H/CS
V
DVI
PC3
PC1
PC2
Desktop type
(Macintosh)
SCREEN
TRIGGER
Conversion
adapter for MAC
(sold separately)
REMOTE
AUDIO IN
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C IN
CONTROL
Right side of projector
To monitor
connector
Notebook Type
To monitor
connector
❈ There are some notebook type computers that do not
allow the computer’ s LCD to work if an external
display device is connected. With such computers, the
LCD display and external display output need to be
switched.
Desktop type
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Y/C
VIDEO
VIDEO IN
Connecting to Various Devices
䡵 Control from external device
It is possible to control the projector with a computer by connecting the computer to the [CONTROL RS232C IN] terminal of the
projector.
• Please request a connection cable from us if needed.
• For more information, please contact your authorized dealer.
R PR/CR
GY
B PB/CB
H/CS
V
PC1
PC2
SCREEN
TRIGGER
Notebook type
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C IN
CONTROL
REMOTE
AUDIO IN
RS-232C connection cable
(sold separately)
(Cross cable)
Connection for controlling more than one projector
By using the [CONTROL] terminal, more than one projector can be controlled simultaneously by one computer.
Connect these projectors in series by connecting the [OUT] terminal of the first projector to the [IN] terminal of the second
projector, then the [OUT] terminal of the second projector to the [IN] terminal of the third projector, etc.
Projector
Second projector
RS-232C connection cable (sold separately)
(Cross cable)
B PB/CB
H/CS
V
PC1
PC2
REMOTE
N
B PB/CB
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C IN
CONTROL
H/CS
V
PC1
PC2
REMOTE
IN
RS-232C OUT
RS-232C IN
CONTROL
Connect to Computer
Connect to the [IN]
terminal of third projector
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Connecting to Various Devices
Connecting the Power Cord (supplied)
After all devices have been connected, connect the supplied power cord.
1. Connect the supplied power cord to the power input terminal of the projector
1
2. Insert the main plug of the supplied power cord into
the wall outlet
2
Power cord (supplied)
(e.g.)
Cautions Against Fire and Electric Shock
● Since the power requirement of the projector is high, please insert the power plug directly into a wall outlet.
● When not using devices, remove the power plug from the wall outlets.
● Do not use power cords other than those supplied.
● Do not use a power voltage different from that which is indicated.
● Do not cut, tear or modify the power cords. Also, do not put a heavy object on, heat, or stretch the power cords, otherwise they
may be damaged.
● Do not insert or pull out the plugs with a wet hand.
䡵 When using the projector, remove the Lens Cap
• Be sure to fit the lens cap on when the projector is not in use
to keep out dirt.
• Do not project with the lens cap attached. The lens cap may
be deformed by heat or this may cause malfunction.
Lens Cap
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Basic Operations
If projector set up is not yet complete, please read ‘Adjustments and Settings Using Menus’ on page 32 and perform the necessary
settings.
Basic Operation Procedures
Once the basic settings are done, follow the procedures below:
1. Power On
1 Insert the power cord into the wall outlet
• The [STAND BY] indicator lights up when the main power is
inputted.
Light on
STAND BY
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
PC
VIDEO
LAMP
TEMP
OPERATE
OPERATE
1-2
2
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
VOL.
EXIT
MENU
Projector: Indicator
2 Press the [OPERATE] button on the projector (or the [OPERATE] button on the remote control unit) for one second
or more
• The [OPERATE] indicator lights up and the projected image
slowly appears.
Light on
ENTER
OPERATE
OPERATE
STAND BY
LAMP
PC
OPERATE
VIDEO
1-2
2
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
DIGITAL
ZOOM
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
Projector:
Control panel
Remote
control unit
TEMP
OPERATE
Projector: Indicator
Notes
• Upon projection, the image may flicker for a few seconds, but
this is not a malfunction.
• When the lamp is turned on, it will slowly become brighter. It
will take more than a minute for the brightness to stabilize.
QUICK ALIGN.
MENU
EXIT
2. Selecting the image to be projected
䡵 Press [VIDEO] to select which of the image devices of those
connected to the [VIDEO IN] ([VIDEO] or [Y/C]) terminals is
output
ENTER
PRESET
VIDEO
HIDE
VIDEO
Projector:
Control panel
Remote
control unit
• Each time you press either button, the selected input changes
as follows.
Note
• Messages are displayed in the language set
by the user in the “Language” menu. The preset language upon purchase is “English”. The
user can choose from 8 national languages.
(☞ page 39)
However, the input mode ([PC1], [PC2],
[PC3], [Y/C], [VIDEO]) and button indications
([FREEZE], [D.ZOOM], [EXIT]) are only displayed in English irrespective of the display
language setting.
[VIDEO]
[Y/C]
[VIDEO] : Image from the input [VIDEO]
terminal on the right hand side
of projector will be projected.
[Y/C]
: Image from the input [Y/C] terminal on the right hand side of
the projector will be projected.
Notes
• Sound is formed from sound signals connected to the [AUDIO IN] terminal.
• When no image is input to the selected input terminal, the
message “No Input” is displayed on the screen. (☞ page 53)
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Basic Operations
䡵 Display using the direct buttons
VIDEO
The direct buttons enable direct switching and operation without having to go through the menu.
Input mode can be selected
by pressing the [PC] button or
the [VIDEO] button.
When “Line display” (☞ page 39) is set
to “5sec” : After changing an input , the
new selection will appear on the screen
for about 5 seconds.
PC 1
PC 2
Screen display
PC 3
Y/C
VIDEO
䡵 To select a computer or other devices connected to [PC1],
[PC2] or [PC3]: Press [PC]
PC
PC
Projector:
Control panel
Remote
control unit
• Upon pressing the button, the input mode changes as follows.
Audio-Vol
12
Digital zoom x1.2
PC1
Vert.keystone
0
PC2
[PC1]: Projects image from [PC1] input terminal on
the right hand side of the projector.
[PC2]:
Projects
image from [PC2] input terminal on
PC3
the right hand side of the projector
[PC3]: Projects image from [PC3] input terminal on
the right hand side of the projector.
Horiz.Keystone
PC1
0
When the [DIGITAL ZOOM], [VOLUME], [V-KEYSTONE] or [H-KEYSTONE] buttons are pressed,
the level bar of the function is displayed.
‘Tele side’
3.
‘Wide side’
‘Near side’
4.
‘Far side’
When “Line display” (☞ page 39) is set
to “5sec”: After changing an input, the
new selection will appear on the screen
for about 5 seconds.
Screen display
Notes
• Sound is formed from sound signals connected to the [AUDIO IN]
terminal.
• When no image is input to the selected input terminal, the message “No Input” is displayed on the screen. (☞ page 53)
• When the [PC2] input terminal is used, “PC2(BNC)” must be selected from the “Options” item in the main menu. (☞ page 39)
3. Adjusting the Zoom Ring (the screen size)
䡵 To enlarge the screen size: Turn the zoom ring towards the
‘Wide side’
䡵 To reduce the screen size: Turn the zoom ring towards ‘Tele
side’
4. Adjusting the Focus Ring (Focus)
䡵 To focus on nearer points: Turn the focus ring towards the
‘Near side’
䡵 To focus on farther points: Turn the focus ring towards the
‘Far side’
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Basic Operations
5. Adjusting the Sound Volume
䡵 To increase the volume : press [VOLUME] ª (0 ➞ 50)
䡵 To lower the volume
: press [VOLUME] · (50 ➞ 0)
VOLUME
VOL.
LAMP
PC
TEMP
Remote
control unit
Projector:
Control panel
STAND BY
OPERATE
When “Menu display” (☞ page 39)
is set to “15sec”, after pressing the
[VOLUME] button, the sound volume display will appear on the
screen for about 15 seconds.
(Press [EXIT] button to immediately remove the “Audio-Vol” display.)
6-1
VIDEO
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
VOL.
5
EXIT
MENU
Audio-Vol
12
ENTER
Audio-Vol
12
Screen display
Note
• When the sound volume is displayed on the screen, pressing
the [PRESET] button will reset the set value to “0”.
PC
OPERATE
VIDEO
6-1
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
DIGITAL
ZOOM
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
5
MENU
EXIT
6. Power Off
1 Press the [OPERATE] button on the projector (or the [OPERATE] button on the remote control unit ) for 1 second or
more
• The [OPERATE] indicator will disappear, the [STAND BY] indicator starts to blink, and the projector goes into the cooldown mode. The [STAND BY] indicator will continue blinking
for approximately 90 seconds as the temperature of the light
source lamp cools (Cool Down Mode).
ENTER
Turn off
PRESET
HIDE
OPERATE
Blink
OPERATE
STAND BY
LAMP
Projector:
Control panel
Remote
control unit
TEMP
OPERATE
Projector: Indicator
Note
• The [OPERATE] button will not work for approximately 1 minute
from when the light-source lamp is turned on. Wait approximately 1 minute before pressing.
2 Plug out the power cord from wall outlet
Caution
• Please do not pull out the plug from the power source when
the [STAND BY] indicator is blinking. It will shorten the life of
the lamp and cause a malfunction.
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Basic Operations
Frequently used Convenient Functions
PC
When an image is projected onto the screen, the following operations
can be performed directly without going through the menu operation.
(☞ page 27 for VOLUME operation.)
OPERATE
VIDEO
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
DIGITAL
ZOOM
DIGITAL ZOOM
HIDE
FREEZE
KEYSTONE
QUICK ALIGN. (quick alignment)
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
MENU
QUICK ALIGN.
EXIT
Enlarging the Image
ENTER
PRESET
We can zoom in while not changing the size of the projected image. After
zooming, the position of the image displayed can be moved.
• This cannot be done using the projector buttons. Please use the remote control unit.
HIDE
1. Press [DIGITAL ZOOM] ª
• The “Digital zoom” display appears on the screen and the projector changes to the Digital Zoom Mode.
• The image on the screen can be enlarged in 8 stages by pressing
this button (including the standard size).
䡵 “Digital zoom” Display
DIGITAL
ZOOM
Direction buttons available
“x2.0”
Direction buttons available
Digital zoom X1.2
Direction buttons available
Digital zoom X1.2
X2.0
Remote
control unit
1 Magnifying power display
“x1.0”: 1 time (standard)
“x1.2”: 1.2 times
“x1.4”: 1.4 times
“x1.6”: 1.6 times
Digital zoom
“x2.0”: 2 times
“x2.5”: 2.5 times
“x3.2”: 3.2 times
“x4.0”: 4 times
2. While “Digital zoom” display appears on the screen, you
can move the zoomed image with the cursor buttons on
the remote control
2 Level Display
ENTER
Level shown is based on selected magnification.
Note
• The quality of the zoomed image is reduced
in comparison with the original.
Remote control unit
䡵 To see the upper part of zoomed image:
Press 䊱
䡵 To see the lower part of zoomed image:
Press 䊲
䡵 To see the right part of zoomed image:
Press 䊳
䡵 To see the left part of zoomed image:
Press 䊴
Direction buttons available
Direction buttons available
Digital zoom X2.0
Digital zoom X2.0
To reduce the size of the image
DIGITAL
ZOOM
When the [DIGITAL ZOOM] · button is pressed, the previously enlarged image will be reduced progressively until
it returns to the original size.
To reduce the image to the original size
PRESET
When the [PRESET] button is pressed, the image will return to its original size and position.
(Please operate while “Digital zoom” is displayed.)
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Basic Operations
Turning Off Image and Sound
Video images and audio output can be turned off temporarily.
Press the [HIDE] button once
• Images and audio output turned off.
HIDE
HIDE
EXIT
MENU
Projector:
Control panel
Remote
control unit
ENTER
Press the [HIDE] button again.
Images and audio output turn on again
PRESET
HIDE
Note
• When the projected image input is changed, the HIDE function is
cancelled and image and sound return.
PC
OPERATE
VIDEO
Displaying a Still Picture
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
DIGITAL
ZOOM
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
The projected image can be paused temporarily.
• This operation cannot be operated by the projector buttons. Please
use the remote control unit.
QUICK ALIGN.
Press the [FREEZE] button
MENU
EXIT
ENTER
PRESET
• The image pauses after the [FREEZE] button is pressed for a few seconds and a message “Frozen” is shown in the center of the screen. An
icon indicating [FREEZE] mode will be displayed on the top right corner of the screen.
HIDE
FREEZE
Frozen
Digital zoom available
Remote control unit
FREEZE
[FREEZE] icon
To de-freeze the image
When you press the [FREEZE] button again, the image de-freezes and
resumes.
Notes
• After de-freezing a still image, note that the projector will not play
the image that comes immediately after. (Should you want to play
the image that comes immediately after that at which the [FREEZE]
button was pressed, please pause the image using the controls at
the input device.)
• [MENU], [QUICK ALIGN.], [H-KEYSTONE] and [V-KEYSTONE]
buttons do not function when the image is still.
• The “Frozen” message will disappear after 5 seconds. To forcibly
clear “Frozen”, please press the [EXIT] button.
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Basic Operations
Removing the Trapezoidal Distortion of the Image
Depending on the angle of projection onto the screen, the image may get
distorted in a trapezoid form sometimes.
When installing the projector or screen for the first time, or when reinstalling in other rooms, etc., Keystone adjustments need to be made to remove trapezoid distortions.
1. Press [V-KEYSTONE]
/
to adjust the trapezoid form in
the vertical direction
• A “Vert.keystone” display appears on the screen, and the projector goes into the KEYSTONE MODE.
Press button ( / ) in the direction that corrects the trapezoid
form.
VIDEO
PC
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
VOL.
V-KEYSTONE
Projector:
Control panel
PC
V-KEYSTONE
V-KEYSTONE
V-KEYSTONE
EXIT
MENU
Remote
control unit
Projector:
Control panel
Remote
control unit
OPERATE
VIDEO
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
DIGITAL
ZOOM
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
MENU
/
the horizontal direction
to adjust the trapezoid form in
• A “Horiz.Keystone” display appears on the screen, and the projector goes into the KEYSTONE MODE.
Press button ( / ) in the direction that corrects the trapezoid
form.
EXIT
ENTER
PRESET
2. Press [H-KEYSTONE]
HIDE
H-KEYSTONE
䡵 “Vert.keystone” Display
Projector:
Control panel
H-KEYSTONE
Remote
control unit
H-KEYSTONE
Projector:
Control panel
H-KEYSTONE
Remote
control unit
1
Vert.keystone
–12
2
1 Adjusted value
range: -100 ~ 0 ~ 100
2 Level displayed
level displayed is based on the adjustment value.
䡵 “Horiz.Keystone” Display
1
Horiz.Keystone
2
12
1 Adjusted value
range: -40 ~ 0 ~ 40
2 Level displayed
level displayed is based on the adjustment value.
Notes
• The range where the trapezoidal distortion can be rectified is 30˚
vertically and 10˚ horizontally with respect to the projector screen.
However, when both are rendered together, the range of effective
rectification will be narrower.
• The picture quality may deteriorate when performing KEYSTONE
compensation. It is recommended to place the projector perpendicularly to the screen.
• Depending on the signal inputted, the keystone adjustment range
may narrow or parts of the image may disappear. This is not a
malfunction.
• Interference patterns may appear on the screen when adjusting
the keystone. This is not a malfunction.
• To restore the original set value, press the [PRESET] button when
adjusting the [V-KEYSTONE] and [H-KEYSTONE]. (Adjusted value:
0)
• During startup of projector, the KEYSTONE adjustment is not reflected in the D-ILA logo, user-set logo (when user-set logo is selected) display and the no signal blue back display.
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Basic Operations
Using the Quick Alignment function
PC
OPERATE
VIDEO
The Quick Alignment function automatically adjusts (sets) the screen settings of the image input from the [PC1] or [PC2] input terminal.
• This can only be performed with the remote control.
W
DIGITAL
ZOOM
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
MENU
EXIT
ENTER
PRESET
HIDE
Press the [QUICK ALIGN.] (Quick Alignment) button.
• During automatic alignment, “QUICK ALIGN...” appears on the screen,
and disappears after alignment is complete.
Notes
• The Quick Alignment function only works when computer signals are input into either the [PC1] or [PC2] input terminal.
· It does not work when signals are input via a [VIDEO IN] terminal
(The [VIDEO] or [Y/C] input terminal).
· When input signal from [PC3] input terminal is received, “QUICK
ALIGN...” is displayed but it is not functional.
• The Quick Alignment function.
· This automatically adjusts “Horiz. disp. pos.”, “Vert. disp. pos.”,
“Phase”, “Tracking”, etc.
• Using the Quick Alignment function for automatic adjustments.
· Please use with bright still-pictures. This function may not work
correctly on a dark picture or a motion-video.
If adjustment with the Quick Alignment function is not satisfactory, adjust “Horiz. disp. pos.” and “Vert. disp. pos.”, “Phase” and
“Tracking” individually.
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Adjustments and Settings Using Menus
The menus displayed on the screen are used to setup the projector and perform adjustments.
The Menu Structure
The menus of the projector have the following structure.
When video input is selected
Submenu
Main menu
Image adj.
Set up
Logo
Options
A
Language
Information
12
12
12
12
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color temp.
Reset
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
1
Set up
Logo
Options
A
Language
User
A Language
ENTER
Information
2 “Color temp.” menu
ENTER
Position
Auto
Deinterlace
1080i
HDTV
R
GB
HIGH
Options
ENTER
1 Main: “Image adj.” menu
Image adj.
Logo
6500
Color temp.
RED
GREEN
BLUE
Aspect ratio
Image adj.
OFF
1035i
Set up
sF
R
GB
ENTER
ENTER
Decoder
Phase
A
12
Position
Menu pos.
Logo
Horiz.disp.pos.
12
Options
Vert.disp.pos.
12
Language
Horiz.DIST pos.
1
Information
Information
3 Main: “Set up” menu
4 “Position” menu
Image adj.
Aspect ratio
Set up
Image adj.
Decoder
R
GB
Set up
R
GB
AUTO
NTSC
Logo
A
NTSC4.43
Options
Logo
4:3
16:9
Zoom
Options
(NTSC)
Language
Information
PAL
A
Language
SECAM
5 “Aspect ratio” menu
Information
6 “Decoder” menu
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
Logo disp.
Logo pos.
Back color
Logo delete
Capture menu
OFF
ON
Blue
Image adj.
Set up
Black
R
GB
ENTER
ENTER
8 Main: “Logo” menu
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A Language
Options
Horiz.size
(-)
12
(+)
Vert.size
(-)
12
(+)
Image adj.
15sec
ON
5sec
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ENTER
R
GB
Logo
Options
Language
R
GB
Logo
Options
Image adj.
English
A
Language
Deutsch
Language
Information
HDTV
MacRGB
PAL
EXIT
w “Color profile” menu
Set up
A
Color profile
NTSC
A
Image adj.
Options
p “Capture start”
Information
q Main: “Options” menu (“Page 1”)
Logo
Reduce capt.size
ENTER
Capture start
Set up
Information
Set up
Signal can not be captured
9 “Capture menu”
ENTER
Color profile
Menu display
Line display
Flip H
Flip V
Page 2
Capt.in prog.(approx. 2min)
Horiz.move
Vert.move
Information
Information
Menu pos.
Logo
A Language
Language
Capture menu
Español
Information
15
30
Sleep time[min]
OFF
Menu color
RGB
PC2(BNC)
DIST
OFF
SCART
OFF
RS-232C[bps]
9600
SXGA
1280
PC3
PC
60
OFF
ON
YPbPr
ON
ON
19200
1400
HDCP
Italiano
Français
e Main: “Options” menu (“Page 2”)
Português
r Main: “Language” menu
Notes
Image adj.
Set up
Input
Switcher
Source
VIDEO
CH.0
NTSC
Logo
Options
A Language
Information
Lamp time
1234 h
• The display language of the menus is set to “English” when
the projector is bought. The display language can be selected from among 8 languages. (☞ page 39)
However, certain phrases and nouns, etc., are displayed
only in English.
• The menu screen for HDCP compatible signal input is
the same as when PC input is selected.
t Main: “Information” menu
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When PC input is selected
Main menu
Image adj.
Set up
Logo
Options
A
Language
Information
Submenu
12
12
12
12
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color temp.
Reset
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
1
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
Language
User
A Language
ENTER
Information
2 “Color temp.” menu
ENTER
Position
Tracking
Phase
Resize
Clamp
Sync level
HIGH
Options
ENTER
1 Main: “Image adj.” menu
Image adj.
Logo
6500
Color temp.
RED
GREEN
BLUE
Image adj.
123
Set up
12
R
GB
ENTER
ST
Low
BP
Std
High
A
Position
Menu pos.
Logo
Horiz.disp.pos.
12
Options
Vert.disp.pos.
12
Language
Horiz.DIST pos.
1
Information
Information
4 “Position” menu
3 Main: “Set up” menu
Image adj.
Resize
Set up
R
GB
Logo
1:1
Panel
Aspect
Zoom
Options
A
Language
Information
7 “Resize” menu
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
Logo disp.
Logo pos.
Back color
Logo delete
Capture menu
OFF
ON
Blue
Image adj.
Set up
Black
R
GB
ENTER
ENTER
8 Main: “Logo” menu
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A Language
Options
Horiz.size
(-)
12
(+)
Vert.size
(-)
12
(+)
Image adj.
15sec
ON
5sec
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ENTER
p “Capture start”
Color profile
R
GB
Logo
Options
HDTV
MacRGB
NTSC
A
Language
PAL
EXIT
Information
q Main: “Options” menu (“Page 1”)
w “Color profile” menu
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Image adj.
Logo
Options
English
Deutsch
Logo
Español
Options
A
Reduce capt.size
ENTER
Capture start
Set up
Information
Set up
Signal can not be captured
9 “Capture menu”
ENTER
Color profile
Menu display
Line display
Flip H
Flip V
Page 2
Capt.in prog.(approx. 2min)
Horiz.move
Vert.move
Information
Information
Menu pos.
Logo
A Language
Language
Capture menu
A
Language
Information
15
30
Sleep time[min]
OFF
Menu color
RGB
PC2(BNC)
DIST
OFF
SCART
OFF
RS-232C[bps]
9600
SXGA
1280
PC3
PC
60
OFF
ON
YPbPr
ON
ON
19200
1400
HDCP
Italiano
Français
Language
Português
Information
e Main: “Options” menu (“Page 2”)
r Main: “Language” menu
Notes
Image adj.
Input
Switcher
Set up
R
GB
A
Resolution
PC1
CH.0
1280 X 1024
Logo
Frequency H
63.98kHz
Options
Frequency V
60.02 Hz
Language
Information
Lamp time
1234 h
• The display language of the menus is set to “English” when
the projector is bought. The display language can be selected from among 8 languages. (☞ page 39)
However, certain phrases and nouns, etc., are displayed
only in English.
• The menu screen for HDCP compatible signal input is
the same as when PC input is selected.
t Main: “Information” menu
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Adjustments and Settings Using Menus
When no image signal is inputted
Main menu
Image adj.
Set up
ENTER
Position
Auto
Deinterlace
1080i
HDTV
R
GB
A
Logo
Submenu
Aspect ratio
Options
Decoder
Language
Phase
OFF
1035i
sF
ENTER
ENTER
12
Image adj.
Information
Set up
3 Main: “Set up” menu
(When video input is selected)
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
Language
R
GB
A
Menu pos.
Logo
Horiz.disp.pos.
12
Options
Vert.disp.pos.
12
Language
Horiz.DIST pos.
1
Information
ENTER
Position
Tracking
Phase
Resize
Clamp
Sync level
Position
123
4 “Position” menu
12
ENTER
ST
Low
BP
Std
High
Information
3 Main: “Set up” menu
(When PC input is selected)
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A Language
ENTER
Color profile
Menu display
Line display
Flip H
Flip V
Page 2
Image adj.
15sec
ON
5sec
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ENTER
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
Language
Information
Information
q Main: “Options” menu (“Page 1”)
15
30
Sleep time[min]
OFF
Menu color
RGB
PC2(BNC)
DIST
OFF
SCART
OFF
RS-232C[bps]
9600
SXGA
1280
PC
PC3
60
OFF
ON
YPbPr
ON
ON
19200
1400
HDCP
e Main: “Options” menu (“Page 2”)
Image adj.
English
Set up
Deutsch
R
GB
Logo
Español
Options
A
Italiano
Français
Language
Português
Information
r Main: “Language” menu
Image adj.
Input
PC1
Switcher
CH.0
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
Language
Information
Lamp time
1234 h
t Main: “Information” menu
Notes
• The display language of the menus is set to “English” when
the projector is bought. The display language can be selected from among 8 languages. (☞ page 39)
However, certain phrases and nouns, etc., are displayed
only in English.
• The menu screen for HDCP compatible signal input is
the same as when PC input is selected.
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Adjustments and Settings Using Menus
The Menu Operation Buttons
The menus are accessed and operated using the following buttons on
the projector/remote control:
Button
Function
Main unit Remote control unit
MENU
MENU
Displays the main menu on the
screen.
• When the main menu is displayed,
press to exit the menu mode.
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
PC
VIDEO
OPERATE
ENTER
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
Confirm the selected item on main
menu.
Press to shift to the “Set up” screen
of the selected item against which
[ENTER] is displayed.
ENTER
VOL.
EXIT
MENU
Menu
operation
button
ENTER
EXIT
Press to return to the previous menu.
• While the main menu is displayed,
press to exit the menu mode.
EXIT
PRESET
HIDE
ENTER
PC
/
/
OPERATE
VIDEO
Main unit
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
: Select menu items and adjustment items.
: Perform setting of the selected adjustment item.
(Some items are not possible for setting)
The adjusted value will be
reflected to the image immediately.
DIGITAL
ZOOM
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
ENTER
MENU
EXIT
Menu operation
button
ENTER
PRESET
Remote control unit
HIDE
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Adjustments and Settings Using Menus
The Procedure for Menu Operation
1. Press the [MENU] button
The main menu is displayed on the screen.
Image adj.
Set up
Logo
Options
Language
A
Information
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color temp.
Reset
The icon of the selected menu
item will be highlighted.
12
12
12
12
1
The menu item currently
selected is displayed.
ENTER
ENTER
E.g. Main menu when video input
is selected: “Image adj.”
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
PC
VIDEO
OPERATE
MENU
1
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
VOL.
EXIT
MENU
ENTER
6
3, 5
5
2, 4
2. Press the cursor buttons (
3. Press [ENTER] or cursor (
)
to confirm the menu item
• The menu indicated differs according to whether Video input or
PC input is selected, or when there is no image signal inputted.
For details, please see ‘The Menu Configuration’ on the next page.
Set up
R
GB
OPERATE
A
Logo
ENTER
Position
Deinterlace
HDTV
VIDEO
to select a main menu
• The content of the selected item is displayed on the right side of
the screen.
• When “Information” is chosen, the image input or PC input information (whichever is currently selected) is displayed on the right
of the menu.
• When “Language” is selected, you can set the language. ➔ Proceed to Procedure 6.
Image adj.
PC
/ )
item
Aspect ratio
Options
Decoder
Language
Phase
Auto
1080i
Image adj.
OFF
1035i
Set up
sF
R
GB
ENTER
Logo
Options
ENTER
12
Language
A
Information
Position
Tracking
Phase
Resize
Clamp
Sync level
ENTER
123
12
ENTER
ST
Low
BP
Std
High
Information
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
DIGITAL
ZOOM
E.g. “Set up” menu when video
input is selected
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
MENU
EXIT
ENTER
PRESET
HIDE
1
6
3, 5
5
2, 4
4. Press the cursor buttons (
E.g. “Set up” menu when PC
input is selected
/ ) to select an adjustment
item
• Adjustment item names displayed in pale cannot be selected.
5. Press the cursor buttons (
/
)
to change the setting
value
Alternatively, press [ENTER].
• When the item in the image adjustment menu against which
[ENTER] is indicated is selected, either it will shift to the set
up screen or the item command will be executed.
6. To exit after the adjustment, press the [EXIT] button
• Each time you press the button, the menu returns to the previous
one.
7. Repeat procedures 2 to 6 to set other items
After all adjustments are done,
Press the [MENU] button.
The menu will disappear from the screen.
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Adjustment and Setting Using Menus
3 “Set up” menu
The Menu Configuration
Item values shown in { } are initial values set at manufacture.
• Press [ENTER], [EXIT] or the right cursor button () to operate a menu while it is displayed.
• The menu items corresponding to an item currently selected
is displayed on the right-hand side of the main menu.
• Menu items shown differ according to whether Video input or
PC input is selected or when there is no image signal inputted.
• When “Information” is selected, information relating to the
present selected image input appears on the right side of the
menu.
There is no submenu for this “Information” menu. (For details,
please see ‘The Menu Structure’ on page 32.)
Use this menu to set the basic Tracking and Positioning settings of a
picture image. Items that can be adjusted via the “Set up” menu are
shown below.
• Displaying items differ depending on whether Video input or PC input
is selected.
When Video input is selected
Adjustment item (press / )
“Position”
Adjusts the position of the image and
menu display.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Position” menu 4.
“Deinterlace”
This is set when viewing movies.
Set value
: “Auto”, “OFF” {“Auto”}
“Auto”
: Normally, the projector
is set to “Auto”.
“OFF”
: This is set when not
viewing movies.
“HDTV”
In order to display “HDTV” signals in the
exact aspect ratio of 16:9, the correct numerical value has to be set.
Set value
: “1080i”, “1035i”, “sF”
{1080i}
“1080i”
: Normally, set to “1080i”.
“1035i”
: Set when high vision
signals are used.
“sF”
: Used for segment
frame signals.
“Aspect ratio”
Select the vertical-to-horizontal ratio of
the image projected.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Aspect ratio” menu 5.
“Decoder”
Sets the “Decoder”.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Decoder” menu 6.
“Phase”
Adjusts flickering or dim images.
(setting is normally not required.)
Range of values:
0 ~ 31
{Varies with signals}
1 “Image adj.” menu
Image adjustment.
You can adjust the following items on the “Image adj.” menu.
• There is no display when no image signal is inputted.
When Video input is selected When PC input is selected
Adjustment item (press / )
Adjustment content (press / )
“Contrast”
Adjusts the contrast of the picture image.
Range of values: -30 ~ 30
{0}
“Brightness”
Adjusts the brightness of the picture image. Range of values: -30 ~ 30
{0}
“Color”
Adjusts the color density of the picture
image. Range of values: -30 ~ 30
{0}
“Tint”
Adjusts the tint of the picture image.
Range of values: -30 ~ 30
{0}
“Sharpness”*
Adjusts the outline of the picture image.
Range of values: -3 ~ 3
{0}
“Color temp.”
Adjust the Color temperature of the
screen.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
Color temperature setting menu 2.
“Reset”
Resets all items in the “Image adj.”
submenu to the pre-set values (i.e. values set upon purchase).
[ Press the [ENTER] button to reset.
When PC input is selected
Adjustment item (press / )
To adjust the “Color temp.” of the projected image, press the ( / )
cursor buttons and choose the setting. Next press the ( / ) cursor
buttons to set the “Color temp.”. If “6500” is set, the image will turn out
reddish.
Set value
“RED”
“GREEN”
“BLUE”
: “6500”, “HIGH”, “User”
: -255 ~ 0
: -255 ~ 0
: -255 ~ 0
Adjustment content (press / )
“Position”
Adjusts the position of the image and
menu display.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Position” menu 4.
“Tracking”
Adjusts lateral size and display area of
image. (Setting is normally not required.)
{Varies with signals}
“Phase”
Adjusts flickering or dim image.
(adjustment is normally not required.)
Range of values:
0 ~ 40
{Varies with signals}
“Resize”
To set the way to display in the panel input signals that have fewer pixels (lower
resolution) than D-ILA elements.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Resize” menu 7.
“Clamp”
This can be used if the screen of the PC/
workstation is unstable in that it dims and
brightens.
Set the position of the clamp pulse to
Back porch (“BP”) or Sync tip (“ST”).
Normally, “BP” is used.
Values
: “ST”, “BP”
{“BP”}
* In the “Set up” menu 3, if the “Resize” function in the PC submenu is
set to “1:1”, the image quality will not change even if the value is
changed. (No adjustment)
2 “Color temp.” menu
Adjustment content (press / )
{“6500”}
{0}
{0}
{0}
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8 “Logo” menu
When there is no image signal inputted
Adjustment item
(press / )
Adjustment content
Adjustment item (press / )
(press / )
Adjustment content (press / )
“Position”
Adjusts the position of the image and
menu display.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Position” menu 4.
“Logo disp.”
Sets whether to indicate the user set logo
(captured image: “Logo disp.”) when the
projector starts up.
{“ON”}
“Sync level”
(When PC input is
selected)
Although the inputted image signal is
adjusted so that synchronization occurs
automatically, this changes by changing
this setup.
Setting can be made by selecting “Low”
(weaker), “Std” (factory set) or “High”
(stronger).
Values : “Low”, “Std”, “High”
{“Std”}
“Logo pos.”
Sets the position of the user set logo (captured image: “Logo disp.”) when the projector starts-up. Re-setting can be performed only when the logo has been
eliminated.
4 “Position” menu
Set value
“Logo pos.”
¥
¥
¥
¥
¥
¥
¥
¥
¥
}
“Capture menu”
You can project a picture from the video
player or PC and capture it to use as your
logo.
The captured picture can be displayed as
a logo display when the projector starts
up.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Capture menu” 9.
Press the cursor ( / ) to set the aspect ratio of image.
(☞ page 41, 42)
9 “Capture menu”
Adjustment item (press / )
“Menu pos.”
6 “Decoder” menu
¥
Deletes the user set logo (captured
image: “Logo disp.”). Deletion takes a few
seconds.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to delete.
5 “Aspect ratio” menu
Setting value
: “4:3”, “16:9”, “Zoom” *
{varies with signals}
* When creating a 16:9 image with black bars above and below the
screen from the signal with original aspect ratio of 4:3, the image will
be enlarged to full screen on the panel if “Aspect ratio” is set to “Zoom”.
¥
“Logo delete”
}
{0}
¥
Selects the background color of the user
set picture (captured image: “Logo disp.”).
{“Black”}
Re- setting can be performed only when
the logo has been eliminated.
¥
{
“Horiz. disp. pos.” : Varies with signals.
“Vert. disp. pos.” : Varies with signals.
“Horiz. DIST pos.” : -8 ~ +7
¥
“Back color”
set the horizontal/vertical position of the menu display.
:
:
¥
{
You can adjust the menu display position. Press the ( / ) cursors to
Set Value
“Menu pos.”
¥
:
:
Adjustment content (press / )
Adjusts the display position of the capture menu.
Press the ( / ) cursor buttons to choose the “Decoder” of the image
signals. Normally, “AUTO” is selected. When “AUTO” does not function
or when there is error, select the appropriate color system according to
the software player.
Set value
“Menu pos.”
Values
“Horiz. move”
The position of the picture that you want
to capture can be moved left or right with
the cursor buttons ( / ).
“Vert. move”
The position of the picture that you want
to capture can be moved up or down with
the cursor buttons ( / ).
“Horiz. size”
The width of the picture that you want to
capture can be set by the cursor buttons
( / ).
“Vert. size”
The height of the picture that you want to
capture can be set by the cursor buttons
( / ).
“Capture start”
After setting all the items of the capture
menu, image capture starts.
❈ Note that images already inputted will
be deleted.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to start.
: “AUTO”, “NTSC”, “NTSC4.43”, “PAL”, “SECAM”
{“AUTO”}
7 “Resize” menu
Press the cursor ( / ) to resize.
(☞ page 43, 44)
Setting value
“1:1”
“Panel”
“Aspect”
“Zoom”
: “1:1”, “Panel”, “Aspect”, “Zoom”
{varies with signals}
: The image is displayed at the inputted resolution.
: The picture image projected is virtually enlarged
to the full screen size if the inputted resolution is
smaller than (1400 pixels x 788 pixels).
: While maintaining the original aspect ratio, the
video image projected is virtually enlarged until either the horizontal or vertical side reaches the full
size (1400 pixels x 788 pixels).
: The picture image projected is virtually enlarged
to the full screen size if the 16:9 image is created
with black bars above and below the screen from
the signal with original aspect ratio of 4:3.
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Adjustments and Settings Using Menus
p “Capture start”
e “Options” menu (“Page 2”)
The status of capture is displayed in bold.
Adjustment item (press / )
“Capt. in prog. (approx. 2min)” The image is being read into the projector. During this time interval, the projector will not respond to any command signal inputted by the user.
“Sleep time[min]”
Sets the length of sleep time which, when
lapsed, automatically puts the projector
into stand-by state if no signal is inputted.
Setting value: “15”, “30”, “60”, “OFF”
{“OFF”}
“Menu color”
When “ON”, menu becomes transparent
and the background can be seen through
it.
Setting value: “OFF”, “ON”
{“OFF”}
“PC2(BNC)”
Sets whether to use the BNC connector
on the back of the projector as an “RGB”
signal input terminal or as a “YPBPR”
(color-difference) signal input terminal.
Please reset it based on the connected
apparatus.
• The input will be “RGB” irrespective
of the PC signal setting.
Setting value: “RGB”, “YPbPr” {“YPbPr”}
“DIST”
Image of high resolution can be achieved.
Set as required.
This is turned “ON” when the [OPERATE]
button is pressed.
Setting value: “OFF”, “ON”
{“ON”}
“SCART”
Connects to a Europe-adapted SCART
plug and turns it “ON” during component
input.
Connect the Image Signal cable to the
[RGB] terminal of the [PC2] input terminal and the Sync Signal cable to the
[VIDEO IN] terminal.
Setting value: “OFF”, “ON”
{“OFF”}
“RS-232C [bps]”
Sets the communication speed (signal
transmission speed) when communicating with a computer by using the [RS232C] terminal. Please set the baud rate
for transmission.
Setting value: “9600”, “19200” {19200}
“SXGA”
Select “1400” to project SXGA+ signal.
Setting value: “1280”, “1400”
{1280}
“PC 3”
Set whether to use PC input or HDCP
compatible video signal when using [PC3]
terminal as input. Set according to the
connecting equipment.
Setting value : “PC”, “HDCP” {“HDCP”}
“Signal can not be captured” Clear the message with the [EXIT] button and input appropriate signals.
“Reduce capt. size”
Clear the message with the [EXIT] button and decrease the signal size.
• Depending on the image content,
there will be cases where certain signals cannot be captured while others
of the same size can be.
q “Options” menu (“Page 1”)
The items of the “Options” menu shown below can be adjusted.
• The “Options” menu consists of two pages (“Page 1” and “Page 2”).
“Page 1”
Adjustment item (press / )
Adjustment content (press / )
“Color profile”
Sets the color table.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Color profile” menu w.
“Menu display”
Sets whether the menu display automatically clears after 15 seconds.
Values : “15sec”, “ON”
{“15sec”}
“Line display”
Sets whether the line display is shown for
about 5 seconds.
Values : “5sec”, “OFF”
{“5sec”}
“Flip H”
Reverses image left to right.
Values : “ON”, “OFF”
{“OFF”}
“Flip V”
Inverses image upside down.
Values : “ON”, “OFF”
{“OFF”}
“Page 2”
Displays “Page 2” of the “Options” menu.
[ Press the [ENTER] button to enter the
“Options” menu (“Page 2”) e.
w “Color profile” menu
Adjustment content (press / )
To choose the color table of the image signals, press the ( / ) CURSOR buttons. When using “Color profile”, set the “Color temp.” to “6500”.
• No display in the absence of image signal input.
Values : “------”, “HDTV”, “MacRGB”, “NTSC”, “PAL”
{“------”}
r “Language” menu
Select the language in this language menu with the CURSOR buttons
( / ).
Setting value : [
] (Japanese), [English], [Deutsch] (German),
[Español] (Spanish), [Italiano] (Italian), [Français]
(French), [Português] (Portuguese) and [
]
(Korean).
{[English]}
• Some words in the menu and proper nouns such as “VIDEO”, “NTSC”,
“QUICK ALIGN...” are shown only in English.
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Adjustments and Settings Using Menus
t “Information” menu
Displays the information such as image input currently selected, other
information and lamp usage time.
When video input is selected
“Input”
Displays the image input [VIDEO], [Y/C],
[PC2]) when projecting.
“Switcher”
Displays the selected switcher matching
the specification of this projector.
“0”
: not being used.
“1-10” : switcher number.
For details, please check with your authorized dealer.
“Source”
Displays the type of video signal of the
image projected.
“Lamp time”
Displays the number of accumulated used
hours of the light-source lamp.
When PC input is selected
“Input”
Displays the computer input ([PC1],
[PC2], [PC3]) when projecting.
“Switcher”
Displays the selected switcher number
matching the specification of this projector.
“0”
: not being used.
“1-10” : switcher number.
For details, please check with your authorized dealer.
“Resolution”
Displays the resolution of the inputted signal. (Horizontal x vertical)
• Some inputted signals cannot be displayed correctly.
“Frequency H”
Displays the horizontal frequency of the
inputted signal.
“Frequency V”
Displays the vertical frequency of the inputted signal.
“Lamp time”
Displays the number of accumulated used
hours of the current light-source lamp.
When no image signal is inputted
“Input”
Displays the current selected image input ([VIDEO], [Y/C], [PC1], [PC2], [PC3])
when projecting.
“Switcher”
Displays the selected switcher number
matching the specification of this projector.
“0”
: not being used
“1-10” : switcher number.
For details, please check with your authorized dealer.
“Lamp time”
Displays the number of accumulated used
hours of the light-source lamp.
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Setting “Aspect ratio” and “Resize”
By setting the “Aspect ratio” and “Resize” of the projected input image, optimum image can be projected onto the screen.
Setting the “Aspect ratio”
Set the “Aspect ratio” when image is input from the [VIDEO], [Y/C] or
[PC2] terminals.
1. Project the image onto the screen
4:3 image recorded in letterbox
(black bars above and below the
screen) such as in DVD software.
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
PC
VIDEO
OPERATE
MENU
2
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
VOL.
2. Press the [MENU] button
• The main menu appears on the screen.
EXIT
MENU
3, 4
Image adj.
Set up
ENTER
Logo
Options
3, 4
A
Language
Information
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color temp.
Reset
12
12
12
12
1
ENTER
ENTER
3. Press the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲) to select “Set up” and
press [ENTER] or cursor ( 䊳 )
• The “Set up” menu appears on the right side of the screen.
Image adj.
PC
OPERATE
VIDEO
Set up
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
A
DIGITAL
ZOOM
Logo
Auto
Deinterlace
HDTV
R
GB
ENTER
Position
1080i
Aspect ratio
Options
Decoder
Language
Phase
OFF
1035i
sF
ENTER
ENTER
12
Information
S
FREEZE
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
MENU
2
4. Select “Aspect ratio” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲) and
press [ENTER]
• The “Aspect ratio” menu appears on the screen.
EXIT
3, 4
ENTER
Image adj.
Set up
Deinterlace
HDTV
R
GB
PRESET
HIDE
3, 4
A
Logo
ENTER
Position
Auto
1080i
Image adj.
OFF
1035i
Aspect ratio
ENTER
Options
Decoder
ENTER
Language
Phase
Aspect ratio
Set up
sF
R
GB
4:3
16:9
Zoom
Options
A
12
Logo
Language
Information
Information
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Setting “Aspect ratio” and “Resize”
5. Select “Zoom” with the cursor buttons (䊴 / 䊳)
• Set “Aspect ratio” to “Zoom” for optimum projected image.
Image adj.
Aspect ratio
Set up
R
GB
4:3
Logo
16:9
Zoom
Options
A
Language
Information
6. Press the [MENU] button to end when adjustment is com-
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
pleted
OPERATE
• The menu disappears from the screen.
MENU
PC
6
VIDEO
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
VOL.
EXIT
MENU
5
ENTER
MENU
EXIT
ENTER
PRESET
6
5
HIDE
䡵 The relation between the input image and the projected image according to the setting of “Aspect ratio”
menu
The setting of “Aspect ratio” menu when input terminal is
[VIDEO], [Y/C] or [PC2]
Input image
SDTV(4:3)
“4:3”
“16:9”
“Zoom”
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Landscape
Image is stretched
horizontally
Image loss : Yes
Aspect ratio : Same
Image is chopped off at
the upper and lower
portion
Optimum image
HDTV(16:9)
SDTV(4:3)
Images recorded in
letterbox (black bars
above and below the
screen) such as in DVD
software.
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Portrait
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Image is stretched
vertically
Optimum image
Image loss : No
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Landscape
Aspect ratio : Same
Image cannot be largely
Image is stretched
projected
horizontally
Image loss : Yes
Aspect ratio : Portrait
Image is stretched
vertically and chopped
off at the upper and
lower portion
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Optimum image
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Setting “Aspect ratio” and “Resize”
Setting the “Resize”
Set the “Resize” when HDCP image is input from [PC3] terminal.
1. Project the image onto the screen
4:3 image recorded in letterbox
(black bars above and below the
screen) such as in DVD software.
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
OPERATE
MENU
PC
2
VIDEO
2. Press the [MENU] button
• The main menu appears on the screen.
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
Image adj.
VOL.
Set up
Logo
EXIT
MENU
3, 4
Options
A
Information
ENTER
3, 4
Language
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color temp.
Reset
12
12
12
12
1
ENTER
ENTER
3. Press the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲) to select “Set up” and
press [ENTER] or cursor ( 䊳 )
• The “Set up” menu appears on the right side of the screen.
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
PC
Language
Position
Tracking
Phase
Resize
Clamp
Sync level
ENTER
123
12
ENTER
ST
Low
BP
Std
High
OPERATE
VIDEO
Information
4. Select “Resize” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲) and press
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
DIGITAL
ZOOM
S
[ENTER]
FREEZE
• The “Resize” menu appears on the screen.
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
2
Image adj.
Set up
MENU
EXIT
3, 4
ENTER
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
Language
Position
Tracking
Phase
Resize
Clamp
Sync level
ENTER
Image adj.
Set up
12
R
GB
ENTER
ST
Low
BP
Std
HIDE
Logo
1:1
Panel
Aspect
Zoom
Options
High
Information
PRESET
Resize
123
A
Language
Information
3, 4
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Setting “Aspect ratio” and “Resize”
5.
Select “Zoom” with the cursor buttons (䊴 / 䊳)
• Set “Resize” to “Zoom” for optimum projected image.
Image adj.
Resize
Set up
R
GB
Logo
1:1
Panel
Aspect
Zoom
Options
A
Language
Information
STAND BY
LAMP
TEMP
6. Press the [MENU] button to end when adjustment is com-
OPERATE
pleted
MENU
PC
6
VIDEO
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
• The menu disappears from the screen.
VOL.
EXIT
MENU
5
ENTER
MENU
EXIT
ENTER
PRESET
6
5
HIDE
䡵 The relation between the input image and the projected image according to the setting of “Resize” menu
The setting of “Resize” menu when input terminal is [PC3] and with HDCP signal input.
Input image
“1:1”
“Panel”
Image loss : No
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Aspect ratio : Landscape
Image cannot be largely
Image is stretched
projected
horizontally
SDTV(4:3)
Image loss : Yes
Aspect ratio : Same
There may be cases
where only the upper left
portion of the image is
projected
HDTV(16:9)
SDTV(4:3)
Images recorded in
letterbox (black bars
above and below the
screen) such as in DVD
software.
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Aspect ratio may
change
“Aspect”
“Zoom”
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Image is chopped off at
the upper and lower
portion
Optimum image
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Optimum image
Image loss : No
Image loss : No
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Aspect ratio : Landscape
Aspect ratio : Same
Image is stretched
Image cannot be largely
Image cannot be largely
projected
horizontally
projected
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Image loss : Yes
Aspect ratio : Portrait
Image is stretched
vertically and chopped
off at the upper and
lower portion
Image loss : No
Aspect ratio : Same
Optimum image
Editing and Projecting Logo
You can project your logo if you like when you start up the projector.
This may come in useful during presentations, etc.
1. Project the images to be included in your logo
MOTOR SHOW
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
2
Screen display
VOL.
2. Press the [MENU] button
EXIT
MENU
• The main menu appears on the screen.
3,5
ENTER
4
Image adj.
Set up
Logo
Options
A
Language
Information
PC
1
Logo disp.
Logo pos.
Back color
Logo delete
Capture menu
Image adj.
Set up
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
12
12
12
12
ENTER
ENTER
3. Select “Logo” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲)
OPERATE
VIDEO
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Color temp.
Reset
DIGITAL
ZOOM
R
GB
S
Logo
Options
OFF
ON
Blue
Black
ENTER
ENTER
FREEZE
A
VOLUME
2
4
FOCUS
MENU
Information
QUICK ALIGN.
4. Press the [ENTER] or the right cursor button ( 䊳)
EXIT
3,5
ENTER
Language
• The “Logo” menu appears on the screen.
Logo disp.
Logo pos.
Back color
Logo delete
Capture menu
Image adj.
Set up
PRESET
HIDE
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
OFF
ON
Blue
Black
ENTER
ENTER
Language
Information
Notes
• Setting the logo display item in the “Logo”
menu to “ON” and switching on the power displays the D-ILA logo and then the user-set
logo. (Factory setting is “ON”)
• When the D-ILA or user-set logo is displayed
after the projector is turned on, pressing the
[EXIT] button will delete the logo.
• During video signal input, pressing the [EXIT]
button on the remote control unit when the
menu is not displayed causes the logo to appear.
Press any other button to delete the logo from
the screen.
• The capture frame may disappear from the
screen when “Aspect ratio” is set to “Zoom”
during video signal input or when “Resize” is
set to “Zoom” during PC signal input. When
this happens, display the capture frame as
described below.
· Set setting to other than “Zoom”
· Move the frame upwards and downwards
· Change the vertical size of the frame
5. Select “Capture menu” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲)
and press [ENTER]
Logo disp.
Logo pos.
Back color
Logo delete
Capture menu
Image adj.
Set up
R
GB
Logo
Options
A
OFF
ON
Blue
Black
ENTER
ENTER
Language
Information
6. The captured picture appears on the screen
• The captured picture (i.e. your logo) with a frame appears on the
screen.
Screen display
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Editing and projecting logo
7. Set the menu position as required
• Select “Menu pos.” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲)
• Move the menu display position with the cursor buttons (䊴 /
while viewing the projected image.
Image adj.
Capture menu
Menu pos.
Set up
R
GB
䊳)
Horiz.move
Logo
Vert.move
Options
Horiz.size
(-)
Vert.size
(-)
A Language
Information
12
(+)
12
(+)
ENTER
Capture start
8. Select “Horiz. move” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲)
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE
VOL.
• Move the logo left or right with the cursor buttons (䊴 /
viewing it on the screen.
EXIT
MENU
7~12
12
ENTER
Image adj.
while
Capture menu
Menu pos.
Set up
R
GB
䊳)
Horiz.move
Logo
Vert.move
Options
Horiz.size
(-)
Vert.size
(-)
A Language
Information
12
(+)
12
(+)
ENTER
Capture start
9. Select “Vert. move” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲)
PC
• Move the logo up or down with the cursor buttons (䊴 /
viewing it on the screen.
OPERATE
VIDEO
Image adj.
W
DIGITAL
ZOOM
R
GB
S
Horiz.move
Vert.move
Options
Horiz.size
(-)
Vert.size
(-)
Information
VOLUME
FOCUS
Capture menu
Logo
A Language
FREEZE
while
Menu pos.
Set up
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
䊳)
12
(+)
12
(+)
ENTER
Capture start
QUICK ALIGN.
10. Select “Horiz. size” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲)
MENU
ENTER
PRESET
• Set the width with the cursor buttons (䊴 /
projected image.
EXIT
HIDE
7~12
12
Image adj.
while viewing the
Capture menu
Menu pos.
Set up
R
GB
䊳)
Horiz.move
Logo
Vert.move
Options
Horiz.size
(-)
Vert.size
(-)
A Language
Information
12
(+)
12
(+)
ENTER
Capture start
11. Select “Vert. size” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲)
• Set the height with the cursor buttons (䊴 /
projected image.
“Capt. in prog. (approx. 2min)”
The image is being read into the projector. During this time
interval, the projector will not respond to any command
signal inputted by the user.
Capt.in prog.(approx. 2min)
Image adj.
Horiz.move
Vert.move
Options
Horiz.size
(-)
Vert.size
(-)
A Language
Information
12
(+)
12
(+)
ENTER
Capture start
12. Select “Capture start” with the cursor buttons (䊱 / 䊲)
and press [ENTER]
• Begin to capture the framed image set in the procedures 8 to 11
from the projected image.
• The captured picture will be taken into memory as a logo in the
projector and will be shown during start-up.
Reduce capt.size
“Signal can not be captured”
Clear the message with the [EXIT] button and input appropriate signals.
Image adj.
Set up
•
Capture menu
Logo
Signal can not be captured
“Reduce capt. size”
Clear the message with the [EXIT] button and decrease
the signal size.
R
GB
Capture menu
Menu pos.
Horiz.move
Logo
Vert.move
Options
Horiz.size
(-)
Vert.size
(-)
A Language
Information
Capture start
12
(+)
12
(+)
ENTER
Depending on the image content, there will be cases
where certain signals cannot be captured while others
of the same size can be.
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Menu pos.
Set up
R
GB
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Replacing the Lamp
The light source lamp and its lamp time
The light-source lamp has a service life. The life of lamps currently used for this projector is about 2000 hours.
[Average lamp life: 2000 hours]
When the light-source lamp approaches the end of its service life, deterioration progresses rapidly. Please install a new lamp when
the accumulated lamp time exceeds 1900 hours or at least get a replacement lamp ready. Depending on the operating conditions,
the lamp may have to be changed earlier. If the image remains dark or the tone, unusual, even after adjustment, please replace the
lamp as soon as possible. You can check the accumulated used hours of the lamp via the “Lamp time” item in the “Information”
menu. (☞ page 40)
Please purchase the new lamp unit from the authorized dealer where you purchased the projector.
Exchange lamp Part No.: 456-9100HC
䡵 When lamp time exceeds 1000 hours:
When the accumulated lamp time reaches 1000, a message indicating “1000h” will appear on the projected screen.
• Press [EXIT] button to delete the message.
● When the lamp time exceeds 2000 hours:
The lamp indicator on the projector blinks.
“Warning” and “Lamp replacement” appear on the screen;
the word “Warning” blinks.
• To cancel the message, press the [EXIT] button.
However, the same message will appear again every one
hour.
❈ Once the lamp time exceeds 2000 hours, and the projector is either put into the standby state or turned off, projection will not be possible again until the lamp is replaced
and the lamp time is reset. (☞ page 49)
䡵 When lamp time exceeds 1900 hours:
● When the accumulated lamp time reaches 1900 hours:
The [LAMP] indicator on the projector lights up.
● When the accumulated lamp time exceeds 1900 hours:
“Lamp replacement” appears on the screen.
* Press [EXIT] button to delete the message.
● When the lamp time exceeds 2010 hours:
The projector quits and shuts down.
The [LAMP] and [OPERATE] indicators blink on the projector.
❈ The projector does not turn on unless the lamp (lamp unit)
is replaced and the lamp time is reset. (☞ page 49)
About lamp replacement
● If the projector is set in a constricted place, attempting to replace the lamp in that place could cause injury. Move the projector
to a place large enough to work in.
● To avoid malfunctions, be sure to use only genuine replacement parts. Also, never attempt to re-use an old lamp as this could
cause marked performance deterioration or lamp blow-out leading to projector malfunction. In the worse case, broken pieces
of glass from the lamp may cause injuries.
● Do not replace the lamp immediately after the projector has been used. The temperature of the lamp unit is still high and
could cause a burn. Allow a cooling period of one hour or more before replacement.
● Before starting to replace the lamp, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet while the [STAND BY] indicator is on.
Replacing a lamp while the power cord is connected to wall outlet could cause injury or electric shocks.
The procedure for lamp replacement
1. Loosen the screws and detach the light-source lamp cover
• Loosen the two screws with a ª screwdriver.
2. Loosen the screws and lift up the handle
Handle
• Loosen the two screws with a ª screwdriver.
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Replacing the Lamp
3. Remove the lamp unit.
Lamp unit
4. Insert the new lamp unit until it is fully in.
Caution
• Neither touches the glass surface of the lamp directly with your hand nor stains it. If you touch it with
a bare hand, oil or other substances on your hand
may adhere to the lamp, possibly preventing it from
performing as specified and therefore lead to a shortened lamp life, a darkened screen, etc.
5. Close the handle, and tighten the screw.
• Tighten the two screws with a ª screwdriver.
6.
Attach the light-source lamp cover and tighten
the screw.
• Tighten the two screws with a ª screwdriver.
Note
• When closing the lamp cover, please insert the left
side (with the two claws) in first and then ensure that
the protruding part found on the reverse side of the
cover fits snugly into the hole of the main unit. As
this protrusion acts as a switch, misfitting leads to
power not being able to flow in.
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Replacing the Lamp
Resetting the lamp time
After installing a new lamp, reset the lamp time counter inside the projector when this is done. A new count will start.
If the display of the accumulated lamp time has reached 2000 hours, the projector will not work (lamp does not light up) unless the
lamp time is reset.
1. Insert the power cord into the wall outlet
• The [STAND BY] indicator lights up when the main power is inputted.
2. Press the [EXIT], [HIDE], [PRESET] buttons on the remote
control sequentially, then press VOL ª for 2 seconds or
more
• The [STAND BY] and [OPERATE] indicators alternately blink about
every approx. 3 seconds. After blinking stops, lamp time resets
and the projector returns to the stand-by state ([STAND BY] indicator lights up).
PC
OPERATE
VIDEO
EXIT
W
V-KEYSTONE H-KEYSTONE SCREEN
DIGITAL
ZOOM
S
FREEZE
Press for
2 seconds
VOLUME
FOCUS
QUICK ALIGN.
HIDE
MENU
Press as per normal
EXIT
EXIT
ENTER
PRESET
PRESET
HIDE
PRESET
HIDE
Press for 2 seconds or more
VOL( )
To ensure the lamp time has been reset
The lamp time can be checked via the “Lamp time” item in the “Information” menu. (☞ page 32, 33, 34, 40)
Caution for reset work
Reset the lamp time only when you have replaced the lamp.
Never reset it while the lamp is still in use, otherwise the approximate
standard for gauging replacement time may be inaccurate, lamp performance may suffer and lamp blow-out may also occur.
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Cleaning and Replacing the Filter
Clean the filter regularly or it may not work satisfactorily, causing damage. If the filter is extremely dirty and cannot be cleaned, or
if it is damaged, replace the filter with a new one (Lower filter: LC32087-002A/ Inner filter: LC32058-002A). Otherwise, dirt may get
inside the unit and appear on the screen, preventing you from enjoying the video fully. If dirt has gotten in or if you need information
about the filter, please consult the authorized dealer where you purchased the projector.
❈ The air inlet filter on the right side cannot be removed. Please clean this filter regularly using, for example, a vacuum
cleaner.
1. Pull out the power cord from the wall outlet
lower filter
• After the projector goes into the stand-by state with the
[STAND BY] indicator on, pull out the power cord from
the wall outlet.
2. Remove the filter
• When removing the lower filter:
Withdraw the lower filter backwards along the rail in the
direction of the arrow.
• When removing the inner filter:
Push the claw at the base of the inner filter in the upward direction and draw the filter out.
inner filter
3. Clean the filter
• Clean the filter with water and dry it, avoiding direct sunlight. In extremely soiled cases, use of a neutral detergent is recommended.
claw
● Put on rubber gloves when using a neutral detergent.
● After you wash a filter in water, make sure that the filter is
completely dry before reinstalling, otherwise electric
shocks or malfunctions may occur.
● Do not clean removable filters with a vacuum cleaner.
Since these filters are soft, they can be sucked into the
vacuum cleaner or otherwise damaged.
lower filter
4. Reinstalling the filter
• When reinstalling the lower filter:
Reinstall the lower filter by inserting it into the projector.
• When reinstalling the inner filter:
Install the filter after engaging the two claws of the inner
filter to the projector.
inner filter
claw
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Troubleshooting
Before consulting your authorized dealer, please check the following points.
Symptom
Power is not supplied.
Light is not emitted,
or light is dim.
With power on, the
projector works but
stops abruptly in a
few minutes.
Video image does
not appear, or audio
sound does not occur.
Probable cause
Corrective action
Page
Is the power cord disconnected?
• Insert the power cord (plug) firmly.
24
Is the light-source lamp cover closed correctly?
• After the projector goes into the stand-by
state with the [STAND BY] indicator on, unplug from the main power outlet, close the
light- source lamp cover correctly and plug in
again.
25, 27, 48
Is the filter inserted correctly?
• After the projector goes into the stand-by
state with the [STAND BY] indicator on, unplug from the main power outlet, insert the
filter properly and plug in again.
25, 27, 50
Has the lamp life expired? (Has the lamp time
reached 2000 hours?)
• After the projector goes into the stand-by state
with the [STAND BY] indicator on, un-plug
from the main power outlet, replace lightsource lamp and plug in again.
Reset the lamp time after replacing the lamp.
25, 27, 47, 48, 49
Is the lens cap removed?
• Remove the lens cap.
Is the lamp near exhaustion?
• Check the “Lamp time” on the menu, and if
the lamp is near exhaustion, prepare a new
lamp and install as soon as possible.
47, 48, 49
Is the air inlet or exhaust vent area blocked?
• After the projector goes into the stand-by state
with the [STAND BY] indicator on, un-plug
from the main power outlet, remove any blocking object and plug in again.
7, 8, 15, 25, 27
Is the filter dirty?
• Clean filter.
Is the correct input terminal selected?
• Select the correct input with the [VIDEO] and
[PC] buttons.
25, 26
Are devices connected correctly?
• Connect devices correctly.
21, 22
Are signals being supplied from the connected
devices?
• Set connected devices correctly.
Are input signals (scanning frequency, etc.)
appropriate?
• Check if the signal is appropriate (scanning
frequency, etc.) and input the appropriate signal.
Is “Brightness” adjusted correctly?
• Adjust “Brightness” using the menu.
37
Is volume level set at minimum?
• Adjust volume with the [VOLUME] buttons.
27
Are video and audio temporarily turned off by
the [HIDE] button being pressed?
• Press the [HIDE] button to turn video and audio on.
29
24
50
—————
19, 20
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Probable cause
Corrective action
Page
• Adjust focus with the focus ring of the lens.
26
Is the projector placed too near or too far from
the screen?
• Set the projector at the correct distance.
17
Are “Tracking” and “Phase” adjusted correctly?
• Adjust “Tracking” and “Phase” using the menu.
37
Video image is ab- Is the “Brightness” adjusted correctly?
normally dark or
bright.
• Adjust “Brightness” using the menu.
37
Color is poor or un- Is the picture quality (color density, etc.) adstable.
justed correctly?
• Adjust picture quality using the menu.
37
Is the correct “Decoder” selected?
• Set the “Decoder” to “AUTO” or the correct
dedicated decoder.
• If the problem is not rectified after setting to
“AUTO”, set to forced dedicated mode.
38
Are signals (scanning frequency, etc.) from the
connected device appropriate?
• Check if the signal is appropriate (scanning
frequency, etc.), and input the appropriate signal.
19, 20
Is the [PC2] input terminal being used?
• When the [PC2] input terminal is being used,
“PC2(BNC)” must be selected from the
“Options” menu. Set it correctly according to
the input signal.
39
The upper part of the If the input signal comes from a computer sysvideo image bows or tem, is this a sync signal of composite sync (Cs)
or G on sync type?
distorts.
• Input separate sync signals for vertical sync
(V) and horizontal sync (H) signals.
19, 20
Are signals with much jitter or skew distortion
being input from a video deck?
• Input signals with little jitter or skew distortion.
• Use a TBC or a device with a built-in TBC.
—————
• Match the polarities of batteries correctly, as
shown on the battery cartridge.
14
Are batteries exhausted?
• Replace with new batteries.
14
Is there an obstructive object between the remote control unit and the remote sensor?
• Remove any shielding objects.
18
Is the remote control held too far from the sensor?
• Use the remote control unit at a nearer point.
18
Video image is fuzzy. Is the focus adjusted correctly?
Remote control unit Are batteries installed correctly?
does not work.
• This projector uses a micro computer. External noise may cause it to malfunction. If this happens, unplug from the main power
outlet and then plug on again. (☞ page 25, 27)
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What to do when these messages are displayed
Message
Cause (Contents)
No device is connected to the input terminal.
The terminal is connected but no signal is output from the connected device.
• The selected input mode (input terminal) name is shown above the message.
[ Check the input image signal source.
PC 1
No Input
The frequency of the input video signal is out of range.
[ Please ensure the frequency level of the input video signals is within the
projector’s specifications.
PC 1
Frequency of input signal is out of range.
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What to do when these messages are displayed
Message
Cause (Contents)
When the “Lamp time” reaches 1000 hours
[ A message indicating “1000h” appears on the projected screen.
• Press [EXIT] button to delete the message.
1000h
EXIT
When the accumulated lamp time reaches between 1900 hours to 2000 hours,
“Lamp replacement” message appears on the screen each time the projector is turned on.
• Press [EXIT] button to delete the message.
[ Prepare a replacement lamp and install as quickly as possible.
Lamp replacement
EXIT
Lamp replacement
Warning
EXIT
The word “Warning” appears and blinks when the accumulated lamp time
reaches 2000 hours.
The message can be cleared by pressing the [EXIT] button. However, the
same message will re-appear every hour.
Once the projector is turned off, it cannot be turned on again if the accumulated lamp time has exceeded 2000 hours.
When the accumulated lamp time reaches 2010 hours, the projector shuts
down and cannot be turned on again.
[ Replace the light-source lamp and reset the lamp time.
(☞ page 47, 48, 49)
Note
• The message display language corresponds to the menu language
setting. This is set to [English] when the projector is bought. The display language can be selected from among 8 languages. (☞ page 39)
However, the input mode ([PC1], [PC2], [PC3], [Y/C], [VIDEO]) and
button indications ([FREEZE], [D.ZOOM], [EXIT]) are only displayed in
English irrespective of the display language setting.
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Warning Indication
䡵 About warning indicators
If something abnormal has occurred in the projector, the warning mode will be set in and the type of abnormality will be indicated
by a combination of indicators displayed on the control panel as shown in the following table.
The projector will then automatically stops projection and run the cooling fan for about 90 seconds.
Indicator
No.
Warning
[LAMP]
[TEMP]
[STAND BY]
1
Blink
Blink
2
Blink
Blink simultaneously
3
Blink
Blink
4
Blink
Blink alternately
Blink
6
Blink
Blink
Blink
Blink
Blink
The light-source lamp does not light up and projection cannot be done.
Blink
The light-source lamp suddenly goes off during projection.
Circuit operation is abnormal.
5
7
[OPERATE]
Blink
The light-source lamp is misfitted.
The internal temperature is abnormally high.
The temperature at the air inlets has risen abnormally high.
Blink
The cooling fan has stopped. (Fan locked)
• For details on individually blinking indicators, please see page 47.
䡵 Action to be taken upon warning indications
Please follow the procedures below.
For No.1-3
No.1 : Unplug from the main power outlet and restart according to the basic operation procedures.
No.2 : After checking if a shock (such as from knocking) has not occurred during operation, unplug from the main power outlet
and restart according to the basic operation procedures.
No.3 : Unplug from the main power outlet and restart according to the basic operation procedures.
For No.4-7
Pull out the power cord when [STAND BY] indicator lights up. After that, check No.4 ~ No.7.
No.4 : Ensure that the lamp is correctly set in place. Restart according to the basic operation procedures.
No.5 : Check that nothing is blocking the air inlets, and wait until the inside cools down. Restart according to the basic operation
procedures.
No.6 : Check the ambient temperature. If it is normal, leave the projector until it cools down. Restart according to the basic
operation procedures.
No.7 : Leave the projector until it cools down. Restart according to the basic operation procedures.
If the warning indication is observed again, wait for the cooling fan to stop. Plug out the power cord with [STAND BY] indicator lights
up and call your dealer for repair.
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Specifications
䡵 Model name/ Article name
9100HC projector
䡵 Emission method
D-ILA®*1 (Reflective Active Matrix Principle)
䡵 Display panel/ size
D-ILA*2 / 0.64 (1400 pixels x 788 pixels) x 3 (Total number of pixels: Approx. 3,309,600)
䡵 Projecting lens
x 1.3 zoom lens (2:1 ~ 2.6:1) (Manual zooming and focusing)
䡵 Light-source lamp
250 W Ultra High Pressure Mercury lamp
Rating: 250 W
䡵 Screen size
Approx. type 37 ~ type 275 (with aspect ratio: 16:9)
䡵 Projection distance
Approx. 1.6 m ~ 12 m
䡵 Color system
NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, SECAM (Automatic switching/manual switching)
䡵 Resolution
1400 dots x 788 dots (during RGB input)
1000 TV lines (Horizontal resolution, aspect ratio 4:3, during video input)
䡵 Scanning frequency
Horizontal frequency
: 15 kHz ~ 120 kHz
Vertical frequency
: 24 Hz, 25 Hz, 30 Hz, 50 Hz ~ 120 Hz
Please be sure to refer to the frequency correspondence table on page 20.
䡵 Audio
䡵 Input terminals
Power output
VIDEO IN
Y/C
: 1 W (monaural), 4 cm round type micro-speaker x 1
1-line, mini DIN 4 pin x 1
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohm C: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohm (NTSC), 0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohm (PAL)
VIDEO
1-line, RCA pin x 1
PC1
1-line, D-sub 3-rows 15 pin x 1
PC2
1-line, BNC x 5
1.0 V (p-p), 75 ohm, synchronised
Y, CB, CR
: Component (Y, B-Y, R-Y) signal (Color Difference signal)
Y, PB, PR
: DTV-format (Y, PB, PR) signal
R, G, B
: Analog RGB signal
H/Cs, V
: Horizontal (H) sync/ composite (Cs) sync, Vertical (V) sync signal
1-line, DVI-D (single-24pin) terminal, HDCP compatible*3
PC3
AUDIO
1-line, RCApin X 1 (Y/C, VIDEO, PC1, PC2, PC3) 0.5 V (rms), high impedance
CONTROL
RS-232C
: 2-lines, D-sub 9pin x1 (External controller)
REMOTE
: 1-line, stereo mini-jack x1 (remote control)
❈ (IN: 1 system OUT: 1 system)
䡵 Output terminals
SCREEN TRIGGER terminal : DC Power Jack (Tip = DC +12 V / max. 100 mA, Sleeve = Gnd)
䡵 Power requirements
AC 100 V ~ 240 V AC, 50 Hz/ 60 Hz
䡵 Power consumption
3.4 A (100 V AC) ~ 1.42 A (240 V AC)
䡵 Operation environment
Temperature
: 41 °F ~ 95 °F (+5 °C ~ +35 °C)
Humidity
: 20 % ~ 80 % (no condensation)
Preservation temperature 14 °F ~ 140 °F (–10 °C ~ +60 °C)
䡵 Dimensions (Width x Height x Length) Approx. 11 7/10" x approx. 5 3/10" x approx. 14 1/5" (Approx. 298 mm x 134 mm x 360 mm)
(Excluding handle, lens and protrusion portion)
䡵 Mass
Approx. 13.2 lbs (Approx. 6.0 Kg)
䡵 Accessories
(☞ page 6)
*1 D-ILA® is the abbreviation for Direct drive Image Light Amplifier.
*2 D-ILA® devices are manufactured using extremely high-precision technology. Pixel effectiveness is 99.99 %. Only 0.01 % or less
of the pixels would either not lit up or remain permanently lit up.
*3 The image of [DVI-D] input terminal might not be displayed due to HDCP specification change.
• Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice.
• Please note that some pictures and illustrations may have been be abridged, enlarged or contextualized in order to aid comprehension. Images may differ from the actual product.
• All brand names and products (IBM, Macintosh) herein are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
• This product conforms to the ‘Household electric appliances and general-purpose articles harmonics control measure guideline’.
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Specifications
Dimensions (unit: mm)
䡵 Bottom
181
20
298
8.2
38.2
360
300
䡵 Top
M6 (Depth 10 mm)
67.5
92.5
7
Center of lens
298
2
䡵 Front
Attachment screw should be more than 6 mm
but less than 10 mm in length.
䡵 Side
109
15
267
25 ~ 56
65.4
115.9
89
36.2
292
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Specifications
Pin arrangement
䡵 Y/C terminal
4
3
2
1
Pin number
Signal name
1
GND (Y)
2
GND (C)
3
Y
4
C
Pin number
Signal name
Pin number
Signal name
1
N/C
6
N/C
2
RD
7
N/C
3
TD
8
N/C
4
N/C
9
N/C
5
GND
Pin number
Signal name
Pin number
Signal name
1
Red
9
N/C
2
Green
10
GND (SYNC)
3
Blue
11
GND
4
N/C
12
N/C
5
N/C
13
H.SYNC
6
GND (Red)
14
V.SYNC
7
GND (Green)
15
N/C
8
GND (Blue)
䡵 RS-232C IN/OUT terminal
9876
54321
N/C
䡵 PC 1 terminal
11 12 13 14 15
6 7 1 2 8 3 4 5 9 10
䡵 PC 3 terminal
8
7
6 5
4
3
2
Pin number
Signal name
Pin number
Signal name
1
TMDS data 2 -
13
N/C
2
TMDS data 2 +
14
TMDS +5 V power supply
3
TMDS data 2/4 shield
15
Earth (+5 V)
4
N/C
16
Hot plug detection
5
N/C
17
TMDS data 0 -
6
DDC clock
18
TMDS data 0 +
7
DDC data
19
TMDS data 0/5 shield
8
N/C
20
N/C
9
TMDS data 1 -
21
N/C
10
TMDS data 1 +
22
TMDS clock shield
11
TMDS data 1/3 shield
23
TMDS clock +
12
N/C
24
TMDS clock -
1
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17
TMDS = Transition Minimized Differential Signaling
DDC = Display Data Channel
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Specifications
䡵 RS-232C external control
By connecting a computer to the projector with a RS-232C cross cable (D-sub 9 pins), you can control the projector with the
computer. The commands to control the projector and the response data format against the received commands are explained
here.
For details, please consult the authorized dealer where you purchased your projector.
1. Communication Specifications
The communication specifications are as follows.
Baud rate
9600 bps/19200 bps
Data length
8 bits
Parity
None
Stop bit
1 bit
Flow control
None
2. Command Format
2-1 Command data format
When sending a control command to the projector, use the following data format.
Header
ID
SP
Header
Command
[
SP
[
Parameter
CR
: Designates the head of data and the data type.
: ! (21h): Assigns command to the projector.
: ? (3Fh): Query to the projector. (Asking command)
: 1: The identification number of the projector. (Manufacturer set value 1)
: Designates the delimiter for ID, Command, and Parameter. (20h)
: Designates the terminal of the data. (0Dh)
ID
SP
CR
* [ ] is not necessary for Asking command.
2-2 Response data format
Upon executing a control command it has received, the projector sends back the following response data to the computer:
Header
ID
SP
Normal Termination Status
[
SP
Parameter
[
CR
Header
: Designates the head of data.
: @ (40h): Fetches data from the projector.
ID
: 1: The identification number of the projector. (Manufacturer set value 1)
SP
: Designates the delimiter for ID, Command, and Parameter. (20h)
Normal Termination Status : 0 (30h)
CR
: Designates the terminal of the data. (0Dh)
2-3 Parameters used for the data format
The following three kinds of parameters are used for control commands and response data.
1) Numeric value
2) ON/OFF
3) Special parameters
Each parameter is as follows:
1) Numeric value
A 2-byte hexadecimal value (sign included) is represented by a set of 4 digit (4 bytes) characters.
Designated range: 8000 to 7FFF.
2) ON/OFF
Shows the status (ON/OFF) of the projector, such as POWER and HIDE.
Character
Hex.
Meaning
0
30
OFF
1
31
ON
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Specifications
3) Special parameters
Input switching parameters
Character
Hex.
Meaning
0
30
Y/C
1
31
VIDEO
3
33
PC1
4
34
PC2
5
35
PC3
Operation mode parameters
Character
Hex.
Meaning
0000
30h 30h 30h 30h
Stand-by mode
0001
30h 30h 30h 31h
Power-on mode
0002
30h 30h 30h 32h
Cool-down mode
0004
30h 30h 30h 34h
Emergency mode
3. External control command table
Function
Command
Asking
Data type
Power on
ELSE
Numeric Value ON/OFF
OPERATE
U0F
X
X
X
嘷
X
HIDE
U00
嘷
X
X
嘷
X
Right Left reversal
U17
嘷
X
X
嘷
X
Top Bottom inversion
U18
嘷
X
X
嘷
X
Input switch
U1A
嘷
X
X
X
Y/C ...
Operation mode
Z03
嘷
嘷
X
X
Stand-by…
Operation mode: Only Asking command is possible.
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DUKANE CORPORATION
TWO-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
This Dukane projector is warranted to the original purchaser for a period of two (2) years from
the original purchase date – in normal operating conditions – against defects in material and
workmanship . DUKANE CORPORATION EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD, DUKANE CORPORATION’S LIABILITY FOR ANY
DEFECTIVE PRODUCT (except for the lamp, which is subject to whatever warranties the
manufacturer may provide) IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF
PRODUCT AT DUKANE CORPORATION’S OPTION. REPLACEMENT PRODUCTS MAY
BE NEW OR USED (used units will not exceed hours of defective unit). The following are not
covered by the limited warranty and Dukane Corporation shall not be liable for:
1. Any product which is not distributed in the U.S.A. or Canada by Dukane Corporation or an
authorized dealer.
2. Normal decrease in lamp light output over time.
3. Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from:
• Accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, improper ventilation, fire, dust, smoke, water, lighting
or other acts of nature, unauthorized product modification, or failure to follow
instructions supplied with the product (including proper maintenance of air filters).
• Repair or attempted repair by anyone other than a Dukane Corporation authorized service
center.
• Any shipment of product (claims must be presented to the carrier).
• Removal or installation of the product.
• Any other causes which do not relate to a product defect.
• Use of the product beyond normal operating conditions. Normal operating conditions are
defined as product use not in excess of 8 hours per day and 260 days per year.
4. Cartons, carry cases, shipping cases, batteries, or any accessories used in connection with the
product.
5. Service required as a result of third party components.
6. Product used as commercial rental units
Dukane corporation will pay labor and material expenses for covered items, but Dukane
Corporation will not pay for the following:
1. Removal or installation charges.
2. Cost of technical adjustment, set-up, maintenance, or adjustment of user controls.
3. Payment of shipping and related charges incurred in returning the product for warranty
repair.
Dukane Corporation disclaims all liability for incidental or consequential damage of any kind,
including all damages arising out of any interruptions in operation of the product and all damages
to software.
No person, firm, or representative is authorized to assume any obligation or to make any warranty
on behalf of the Dukane Corporation other than as stated above.
11595-B-04
Audio Visual Products
Audio Visual Products
2900 Dukane Drive
St. Charles, IL 60174-3395
E-mail: avsales@dukcorp.com
Phone: (630) 762-4040
Orders: (800) 676-2485
Information: (800) 676-2486
Fax: (630) 584-5156
Parts & Service: (800) 676-2487
Fax: (630) 584-0984
Part # 401-9100HC-00