epson emp-54, emp-74

epson emp-54, emp-74
74/54 Quick Reference Guide English-01-04
Useful Functions
Colour mode The following six preset types of colour mode can be selected by
selection
pressing [Color Mode] on the remote control.
• Dynamic
• Living Room
• Presentation
• sRGB
• Theatre
• Blackboard
Quick Reference Guide
User's Guide
"Selecting the Projection
Quality (Colour Mode
Selection)"
Be sure to read the accompanying User's Guide
before using the projector.
A/V Mute
Playback of images and sound can be momentarily paused and then
resumed each time [A/V Mute] on the remote control is pressed.
User's Guide
"A/V Mute"
Automatic
Setup
Identifies signals from a connected computer or RGB video source,
and automatically adjusts these signals so that the optimum
images can be obtained.
User's Guide
"Adjusting Computer
Images and RGB
Video Images"
The size of the projected image is basically determined by the distance from the lens to the screen.
The actual values will vary depending on projection conditions and the zoom setting.
The values should be used as a guide for setting up the projector.
Distance to screen
("W" (wide) to "T" (tele))
Using the help function
Press
2
Select the item to view.
Press [
] (or the [ ] and [ ] on the remote control).
3
Accept the selection.
Press [Enter] on the control panel or on the remote control.
on the projector's control panel.
304 – 349 (10.0–11.4)
243 – 278 (8.0–9.1)
181– 208 (5.9–6.8)
20 cm
(7.9 in.)*
(Warning) indicator
Red
Orange
Green
Green
Flashing
Problem and remedy
Standby condition
The power cable should only be
disconnected in this condition.
Projection starts when you press
.
Cool-down in progress
The projector changes to
standby (indicator lights orange)
after about 20 seconds.
Projection in progress
Warm-up in progress
After warm-up finishes,
projection starts when an image
signal is input.
Printed in Japan
03.08-6.85A(C05)
404654400E
Red
(0.5-second
intervals)
Red
(1-second
intervals)
Orange
Lit
Flashing
Problem and remedy
High temperature inside projector (overheating)
The lamp will turn off automatically and projection will
stop. Wait for about 5 minutes, unplug the power
cable and then plug it back in again. Then press
to turn the projector back on.
30
(81 61)
Centre of
lens
(61 46)
7
(2.7)
8
(3.3)
11
(4.4)
14
(5.5)
28
(10.9)
42 cm
(16.4 in.)
* When installing against a wall, leave about 20 cm (7.9 in.) between the projector and the wall.
Connecting to a Computer
User's Guide
"Connecting to a Computer"
Turn off the power for both the projector and the computer before connecting them.
Lamp problem
Remove the lamp and check if it is broken. If the lamp
is not broken, reinsert it. If the lamp is broken replace
it with a new lamp, or contact your local dealer for
further advice. *1
To [Computer1/Component Video1]
or [Computer2/Component Video2] port (blue)
Internal problem
Stop using the projector and have it serviced it for
service. *2
To computer
monitor port
High-speed cooling in progress. If the temperature
rises too high again, projection will stop automatically.
Check that the air filter and air exhaust vent are clear,
and that the internal room temperature is not too high.
*1 Contact your dealer for a spare lamp.
*2 For repairs, contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the
"International Warranty Conditions" section in the Safety
Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms booklet.
(120 90)
50
(100 76)
4
6
(2.2)
Distance from centre (1.6)
of lens to bottom edge of screen
Refer to "Problems Solving" in the User's Guide for further details.
Orange
80 (200 150)
60 (160 120)
89 – 103 (2.9–3.4)
These indicators alert you to problems with projector operation. The following tables show what the
indicators mean and how to remedy problems that they indicate.
Lit
200
100 (410 300)
120 – 138 (3.9–4.5)
Checking the indicators
Status
300"
(610 460 cm)
40
Status
Screen size
151– 173 (4.9–5.7)
The help contents will then be displayed.
To clear the display, press
on the control panel.
Power indicator
916 – 1050 cm (30.1–34.4 ft.)
610– 699 (20.0–22.9)
1
4
Do not look into the lens while
the projector's power is turned on.
User's Guide
"Screen Size and Projection Distance"
Adjusting the Image Size
User's Guide
"Troubleshooting"
Troubleshooting
WARNING
Tip
Computer cable
(accessory)
The computer cable supplied with the projector may not match the monitor port on some
computers. In such cases, you will need to purchase a separate adapter.
74/54 Quick Reference Guide English-02-03
User's Guide
"Connecting to a Video Source"
Connecting to a Video Source
Turn off the power for both the projector and the video source before connecting them.
[S-Video] port
[Video] port (yellow)
When connecting to a video
source with an S-Video
output port
User's Guide
"Adjusting the Screen Image"
Adjustments
Adjusting the image angle
While pressing the foot adjust buttons on either side, lift up the
front of the projector.
When the desired angle is obtained, release the foot adjust
buttons.
To S-Video
output port
S-Video cable (commercially-available)
Adjusting the image
size and focus
Fine adjustments to
image size
Turn the zoom ring to adjust the
image size.
Turn to the "W" side to increase
the image size, and turn to the "T"
side to reduce the image size.
[Audio2] port
To video
output port
yellow
yellow
white
Front adjustable feet
To audio
output port
red
A/V cable
(accessory)
When connecting to a video
source with a video output port
* To output sound from the video equipment through the projector's built-in speaker, connect the video
equipment and the projector with the accessory A/V cable.
Tip
If connecting a component video source (such as a DVD player), you can use the optional
component video cable to connect the source to the Computer/Component Video port at the
rear of the projector.
Preparation before Projecting
1
Remove the lens cover.
2
Insert the projector's power cable into
the projector.
3
Insert the power cable into an earthed
electrical outlet.
The Power indicator will light orange.
Turn on the power for the signal input
source.
For video equipment, press [Play] to start
playback.
4
5
Press
to turn on the projector's
power.
A beep will sound to indicate that the
projector is starting up.
The Power indicator will flash green, and
projection will then start (warm-up in
progress).
The Password Protect setting may cause
the password entry screen to be displayed
each time the power is turned on.
If this happens, enter the password.
User's Guide "Preventing theft
(Password Protect)"
1
Foot adjust button
When the projector is tilted, it will cause keystone distortion to
appear in the image, but this distortion can be corrected using the
automatic keystone correction function as long as the vertical
angle of tilt is within a range of approximately 15˚. If you would like
to make further minor adjustments to the effects of automatic
keystone correction, use [keystone] on the projector's control
panel.
Adjusting the focus
Turn the focus ring to adjust the
focus.
User's Guide
"Turning On the Projector"
Power indicator
3
The following adjustments can also be made.
Automatic setup (only when computer or RGB video signals are being projected).
Tip
so that the optimum images are projected. If the results of automatic adjustment are not
satisfactory, individual settings can also be adjusted manually using the menus.
Other adjustments
User's Guide "Using the Configuration Menu Functions"
Press [Menu] on the remote control to display the configuration menu. You can use the
configuration menu functions to adjust setting such as brightness, contrast and colour.
2
5
If no images are projected, change the
input signal.
Tip
User's Guide "Adjusting Computer Images and RGB Video Images"
When projecting computer images, the input signals are detected automatically and adjusted
Turning the Projector Off
Projector
Remote control
If connecting to a computer with a built-in
monitor, or to a laptop computer, you
may need to change the output
destination using the buttons or setting
menus on the computer or laptop
computer.
User's Guide "Turning On the Power and
Projecting Images"
1
Turn off the power for all sources connected to
the projector.
2
Press
twice to turn off the power.
The Power indicator will flash orange (cool-down in
progress/about 20 seconds).
If a message prompting you to clean or replace the
air filter appears, follow the instructions in the
message.
3
Check that the Power indicator lights orange,
and then disconnect the power cable from the
electrical outlet.
User's Guide
"Turning Off the Projector"
Power indicator
Operating problems
may occur if the power
cable is disconnected
while the Power
indicator is flashing
orange.
74/54 Quick Reference Guide English-02-03
User's Guide
"Connecting to a Video Source"
Connecting to a Video Source
Turn off the power for both the projector and the video source before connecting them.
[S-Video] port
[Video] port (yellow)
When connecting to a video
source with an S-Video
output port
User's Guide
"Adjusting the Screen Image"
Adjustments
Adjusting the image angle
While pressing the foot adjust buttons on either side, lift up the
front of the projector.
When the desired angle is obtained, release the foot adjust
buttons.
To S-Video
output port
S-Video cable (commercially-available)
Adjusting the image
size and focus
Fine adjustments to
image size
Turn the zoom ring to adjust the
image size.
Turn to the "W" side to increase
the image size, and turn to the "T"
side to reduce the image size.
[Audio2] port
To video
output port
yellow
yellow
white
Front adjustable feet
To audio
output port
red
A/V cable
(accessory)
When connecting to a video
source with a video output port
* To output sound from the video equipment through the projector's built-in speaker, connect the video
equipment and the projector with the accessory A/V cable.
Tip
If connecting a component video source (such as a DVD player), you can use the optional
component video cable to connect the source to the Computer/Component Video port at the
rear of the projector.
Preparation before Projecting
1
Remove the lens cover.
2
Insert the projector's power cable into
the projector.
3
Insert the power cable into an earthed
electrical outlet.
The Power indicator will light orange.
Turn on the power for the signal input
source.
For video equipment, press [Play] to start
playback.
4
5
Press
to turn on the projector's
power.
A beep will sound to indicate that the
projector is starting up.
The Power indicator will flash green, and
projection will then start (warm-up in
progress).
The Password Protect setting may cause
the password entry screen to be displayed
each time the power is turned on.
If this happens, enter the password.
User's Guide "Preventing theft
(Password Protect)"
1
Foot adjust button
When the projector is tilted, it will cause keystone distortion to
appear in the image, but this distortion can be corrected using the
automatic keystone correction function as long as the vertical
angle of tilt is within a range of approximately 15˚. If you would like
to make further minor adjustments to the effects of automatic
keystone correction, use [keystone] on the projector's control
panel.
Adjusting the focus
Turn the focus ring to adjust the
focus.
User's Guide
"Turning On the Projector"
Power indicator
3
The following adjustments can also be made.
Automatic setup (only when computer or RGB video signals are being projected).
Tip
so that the optimum images are projected. If the results of automatic adjustment are not
satisfactory, individual settings can also be adjusted manually using the menus.
Other adjustments
User's Guide "Using the Configuration Menu Functions"
Press [Menu] on the remote control to display the configuration menu. You can use the
configuration menu functions to adjust setting such as brightness, contrast and colour.
2
5
If no images are projected, change the
input signal.
Tip
User's Guide "Adjusting Computer Images and RGB Video Images"
When projecting computer images, the input signals are detected automatically and adjusted
Turning the Projector Off
Projector
Remote control
If connecting to a computer with a built-in
monitor, or to a laptop computer, you
may need to change the output
destination using the buttons or setting
menus on the computer or laptop
computer.
User's Guide "Turning On the Power and
Projecting Images"
1
Turn off the power for all sources connected to
the projector.
2
Press
twice to turn off the power.
The Power indicator will flash orange (cool-down in
progress/about 20 seconds).
If a message prompting you to clean or replace the
air filter appears, follow the instructions in the
message.
3
Check that the Power indicator lights orange,
and then disconnect the power cable from the
electrical outlet.
User's Guide
"Turning Off the Projector"
Power indicator
Operating problems
may occur if the power
cable is disconnected
while the Power
indicator is flashing
orange.
74/54 Quick Reference Guide English-01-04
Useful Functions
Colour mode The following six preset types of colour mode can be selected by
selection
pressing [Color Mode] on the remote control.
• Dynamic
• Living Room
• Presentation
• sRGB
• Theatre
• Blackboard
Quick Reference Guide
User's Guide
"Selecting the Projection
Quality (Colour Mode
Selection)"
Be sure to read the accompanying User's Guide
before using the projector.
A/V Mute
Playback of images and sound can be momentarily paused and then
resumed each time [A/V Mute] on the remote control is pressed.
User's Guide
"A/V Mute"
Automatic
Setup
Identifies signals from a connected computer or RGB video source,
and automatically adjusts these signals so that the optimum
images can be obtained.
User's Guide
"Adjusting Computer
Images and RGB
Video Images"
The size of the projected image is basically determined by the distance from the lens to the screen.
The actual values will vary depending on projection conditions and the zoom setting.
The values should be used as a guide for setting up the projector.
Distance to screen
("W" (wide) to "T" (tele))
Using the help function
Press
2
Select the item to view.
Press [
] (or the [ ] and [ ] on the remote control).
3
Accept the selection.
Press [Enter] on the control panel or on the remote control.
on the projector's control panel.
304 – 349 (10.0–11.4)
243 – 278 (8.0–9.1)
181– 208 (5.9–6.8)
20 cm
(7.9 in.)*
(Warning) indicator
Red
Orange
Green
Green
Flashing
Problem and remedy
Standby condition
The power cable should only be
disconnected in this condition.
Projection starts when you press
.
Cool-down in progress
The projector changes to
standby (indicator lights orange)
after about 20 seconds.
Projection in progress
Warm-up in progress
After warm-up finishes,
projection starts when an image
signal is input.
Printed in Japan
03.08-6.85A(C05)
404654400E
Red
(0.5-second
intervals)
Red
(1-second
intervals)
Orange
Lit
Flashing
Problem and remedy
High temperature inside projector (overheating)
The lamp will turn off automatically and projection will
stop. Wait for about 5 minutes, unplug the power
cable and then plug it back in again. Then press
to turn the projector back on.
30
(81 61)
Centre of
lens
(61 46)
7
(2.7)
8
(3.3)
11
(4.4)
14
(5.5)
28
(10.9)
42 cm
(16.4 in.)
* When installing against a wall, leave about 20 cm (7.9 in.) between the projector and the wall.
Connecting to a Computer
User's Guide
"Connecting to a Computer"
Turn off the power for both the projector and the computer before connecting them.
Lamp problem
Remove the lamp and check if it is broken. If the lamp
is not broken, reinsert it. If the lamp is broken replace
it with a new lamp, or contact your local dealer for
further advice. *1
To [Computer1/Component Video1]
or [Computer2/Component Video2] port (blue)
Internal problem
Stop using the projector and have it serviced it for
service. *2
To computer
monitor port
High-speed cooling in progress. If the temperature
rises too high again, projection will stop automatically.
Check that the air filter and air exhaust vent are clear,
and that the internal room temperature is not too high.
*1 Contact your dealer for a spare lamp.
*2 For repairs, contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the
"International Warranty Conditions" section in the Safety
Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms booklet.
(120 90)
50
(100 76)
4
6
(2.2)
Distance from centre (1.6)
of lens to bottom edge of screen
Refer to "Problems Solving" in the User's Guide for further details.
Orange
80 (200 150)
60 (160 120)
89 – 103 (2.9–3.4)
These indicators alert you to problems with projector operation. The following tables show what the
indicators mean and how to remedy problems that they indicate.
Lit
200
100 (410 300)
120 – 138 (3.9–4.5)
Checking the indicators
Status
300"
(610 460 cm)
40
Status
Screen size
151– 173 (4.9–5.7)
The help contents will then be displayed.
To clear the display, press
on the control panel.
Power indicator
916 – 1050 cm (30.1–34.4 ft.)
610– 699 (20.0–22.9)
1
4
Do not look into the lens while
the projector's power is turned on.
User's Guide
"Screen Size and Projection Distance"
Adjusting the Image Size
User's Guide
"Troubleshooting"
Troubleshooting
WARNING
Tip
Computer cable
(accessory)
The computer cable supplied with the projector may not match the monitor port on some
computers. In such cases, you will need to purchase a separate adapter.
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