Ricoh PJ WX4141 Operating instructions

Ricoh PJ WX4141 Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
Preparations for Using the Projector
Projecting an Image
Useful Functions
Changing the Projector Settings
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Appendix
For safe and correct use, be sure to read the Safety Information in
"Read This First" before using the machine.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction......................................................................................................................................................... 4
Copyrights to Images..................................................................................................................................... 4
Important......................................................................................................................................................... 4
Notes to Users Viewing 3D Images..............................................................................................................4
Manuals Provided with the Projector................................................................................................................ 6
Manuals for the Projector.............................................................................................................................. 6
How to Read This Manual................................................................................................................................. 7
Symbols...........................................................................................................................................................7
Notes............................................................................................................................................................... 7
Model-Specific Information............................................................................................................................... 8
1. Preparations for Using the Projector
Precautions for Using the Projector....................................................................................................................9
Main Functions................................................................................................................................................. 11
Checking the Accessories................................................................................................................................12
Projector Parts and Their Functions................................................................................................................. 13
Control Panel (Top View)............................................................................................................................ 13
Front and Left-Side View............................................................................................................................. 14
Rear and Right-Side View........................................................................................................................... 15
Bottom View................................................................................................................................................. 16
Remote Control Parts and Their Functions...................................................................................................... 17
How to Use the Remote Control......................................................................................................................19
Effective Range of the Remote Control.......................................................................................................19
Loading Batteries into the Remote Control.................................................................................................20
Operating Multiple Projectors with the Remote Control........................................................................... 21
Positioning the Projector...................................................................................................................................23
Projection Mode.......................................................................................................................................... 23
Relationship Between the Projection Distance and the Screen Size........................................................ 24
Connecting Equipment to the Projector.......................................................................................................... 25
Connecting a Computer.............................................................................................................................. 25
Connecting AV Equipment.......................................................................................................................... 26
Connecting an External Speaker................................................................................................................27
2. Projecting an Image
Basic Operations for Using the Projector....................................................................................................... 29
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Turning On the Projector............................................................................................................................. 29
Projecting an Image.....................................................................................................................................30
Turning Off the Projector............................................................................................................................. 32
Adjusting the Projected Image........................................................................................................................ 33
Adjusting the Angle of the Projection......................................................................................................... 33
Adjusting the Focus...................................................................................................................................... 33
Adjusting for Keystone Distortion................................................................................................................34
Reducing the Size of the Projected Image................................................................................................. 35
Operations while Projecting Images...............................................................................................................37
Adjusting the Volume of the Speaker......................................................................................................... 37
Switching the Sound Quality.......................................................................................................................37
Enlarging the Image.................................................................................................................................... 38
Temporarily Blanking the Image and Muting the Audio.......................................................................... 39
Freezing the Image...................................................................................................................................... 39
Switching the Lamp Mode.......................................................................................................................... 39
Using the Presentation Timer....................................................................................................................... 40
3. Useful Functions
Projecting an Image at a Specified Time........................................................................................................41
Specifying the Sound Quality......................................................................................................................... 43
Setting the Sound Quality for Giving a Presentation................................................................................ 43
Setting the Sound Quality for Playing Music............................................................................................. 43
4. Changing the Projector Settings
Viewing the Menu Screen............................................................................................................................... 45
Changing the Settings...................................................................................................................................... 47
Restoring All the Settings to Their Defaults..................................................................................................... 49
Image Adjustment Menu..................................................................................................................................50
Display/Sound Settings Menu........................................................................................................................54
Energy Saving Settings Menu......................................................................................................................... 57
Default Settings 1 Menu.................................................................................................................................. 59
Default Settings 2 Menu.................................................................................................................................. 60
Display Status................................................................................................................................................... 63
5. Troubleshooting
Indicator Display List........................................................................................................................................ 65
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Common Problems........................................................................................................................................... 68
Accessing the Online Knowledge Base..................................................................................................... 71
6. Maintenance
Operating Precautions.....................................................................................................................................73
Cleaning the Projector..................................................................................................................................... 75
Cleaning the Air Filter.................................................................................................................................. 75
Cleaning the Projection Window................................................................................................................76
Cleaning the Projector................................................................................................................................. 77
Replacing the Lamp..........................................................................................................................................78
Consumables.................................................................................................................................................... 82
7. Appendix
Specifications for the Projector........................................................................................................................83
List of Compatible Signals............................................................................................................................... 85
Video Input................................................................................................................................................... 85
Y/Pb/Pr Input.............................................................................................................................................. 85
Computer Input............................................................................................................................................ 86
HDMI Input...................................................................................................................................................87
3D Format.....................................................................................................................................................88
Specifications for Ports.....................................................................................................................................90
Computer In Port.......................................................................................................................................... 90
Control Port...................................................................................................................................................91
Information........................................................................................................................................................93
Where to Inquire..........................................................................................................................................93
Trademarks....................................................................................................................................................... 94
INDEX............................................................................................................................................................. 95
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Introduction
Copyrights to Images
When projecting images using the projector, be careful not to infringe the copyright of protected
materials.
The following are examples that may infringe the copyright of protected materials.
• Broadcasting images or movies for commercial purposes
• Modifying images or movies using functions such as freeze, magnify, or zoom to broadcast images
for commercial purposes or public viewing
• Varying the aspect ratio of images or movies using a function that changes the screen size to
broadcast images for commercial purposes or public viewing
Important
In no event will the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages
as a result of handling or operating the machine.
The manufacturer shall not be responsible for any damage or expense that might result from the use of
parts other than genuine parts from the manufacturer with your office products.
Notes to Users Viewing 3D Images
Pay attention to the following points when viewing images using 3D glasses with the projector:
• You need 3D glasses to view 3D images. The projector uses DLP Link technology to synchronize
with 3D glasses. You need to use the optional 3D glasses that support DLP Link (PJ 3D Glasses
Type 2).
• How 3D images are viewed may vary according to the individual.
• Do not use 3D glasses for viewing any material other than 3D images.
• Before viewing 3D images, make sure to read the manuals provided with your 3D glasses and 3D
compatible content.
• Avoid viewing 3D images for a long period of time. Take a break of 15 minutes or longer after
every hour of viewing.
• If you feel sick while viewing 3D images, stop viewing them. If you continue to feel sick, consult a
doctor.
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• When viewing 3D images in a room where an LED lighting system or fluorescent lights are used,
you may feel that the light in the room flickers. If this is the case, dim the lights until you do not
notice any flickers, or turn off the lights.
• If you or any member of your family has a history of light-sensitive seizures, consult a doctor before
viewing 3D images.
• To view 3D images, sit in front of the screen so that your eyes are parallel and level with the screen.
• Viewing 3D images from a place that is too close to the screen may result in eye strain. The
distance between the screen and you should be at least three times the height of the screen.
• Adult supervision is required for children using 3D glasses.
• Viewing 3D images is not recommended for children under 6 years old. It may negatively affect
development of their vision. Consult a doctor before using 3D glasses.
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Manuals Provided with the Projector
Manuals for the Projector
Read this manual carefully before you use the projector.
Refer to the manuals that are relevant to what you want to do with the projector.
• The manuals are provided in various formats.
• Adobe® Acrobat® Reader®/Adobe Reader must be installed in order to view the manuals as PDF
files.
Read This First
Provides information about safe usage of the projector.
To avoid injury and prevent damage to the projector, be sure to read the section of this manual
entitled Safety Information.
Ultra Short Throw Projector Setting Guide
Provides basic information about how to install the projector.
Start Guide
Provides basic information about how to install the projector and how to project images. The
contents of this manual are a summary of Operating Instructions.
Operating Instructions
Provides information about how to install the projector, how to project images using the projector,
and how to configure the projector. It also provides information about troubleshooting and
maintenance.
• The CD-ROM includes only the English manual. For other languages, download the latest version
from the website.
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How to Read This Manual
Symbols
This manual uses the following symbols:
Indicates points to pay attention to when using the projector.
Indicates supplementary explanations of the projector’s functions, and instructions on resolving user
errors.
[]
Indicates the names of buttons on the control panel and remote control. It also indicates items displayed
on the menu screens.
(mainly Europe and Asia)
(mainly North America)
Differences in the functions of Region A and Region B models are indicated by two symbols. Read the
information indicated by the symbol that corresponds to the region of the model you are using. For
details about which symbol corresponds to the model you are using, see page 8 "Model-Specific
Information".
Notes
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice.
Two kinds of size notation are employed in this manual.
Some illustrations in this manual might be slightly different from the machine.
Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Depending on which country you are in, certain units may be optional. For details, please contact your
local dealer.
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Model-Specific Information
This section explains how you can identify the region your projector belongs to.
There is a label on the rear of the projector, located in the position shown below. The label contains
details that identify the region your projector belongs to. Read the label.
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The following information is region-specific. Read the information under the symbol that corresponds to
the region of your projector.
(mainly Europe and Asia)
If the label contains the following, your projector is a region A model:
• CODE XXXX -27
(mainly North America)
If the label contains the following, your projector is a region B model:
• CODE XXXX -17
• Dimensions in this manual are given in two units of measure: metric and inch. If your projector is a
Region A model, refer to the metric units. If your projector is a Region B model, refer to the inch
units.
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1. Preparations for Using the Projector
This chapter explains the names and functions of the different parts of the projector and remote control,
and how to use them. It also explains how to position the projector and how to connect it to other
equipment.
Precautions for Using the Projector
• Do not use any power sources other than those that match the specifications shown in this
manual. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• The supplied power cord is for use with this machine only. Do not use it with other appliances.
Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
• It is dangerous to handle the power cord plug with wet hands. Doing so could result in electric
shock.
• Do not look into the projection window or vent when the machine is on. The bright light may
damage your eyes. Be especially careful in an environment with children.
• Do not place low heat resistant material near the exhaust vents. Hot air may come from the
exhaust vents, resulting in damage to the machine or an accident.
• Do not place the power cord and connection cable in a way that might cause someone to trip
and fall. The machine might fall over and cause an injury.
• Push the power plug all the way into the power outlet. Do not use a power outlet with a loose
connection. Doing so may result in heat buildup. Plug the power cord in the correct direction
into the base. If they are not plugged in correctly, it could result in smoke, fire, or electric shock.
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• When disconnecting the power cord from the wall outlet, always pull the plug, not the cord.
Pulling the cord can damage the power cord. Use of damaged power cords could result in fire
or electric shock.
• Do not block the projection light when it is on. If you do so, the part that is blocking the
projection light may get quite hot and deform, deteriorate or cause a burn or fire. The reflected
light may make the projection window hot and cause a machine failure. To temporarily
suspend projection, select the AV mute function. To suspend longer, turn off the machine.
• Do not increase the volume unless you are listening while increasing the volume. Also, lower
the volume before turning off the power, because a loud sound may be emitted when the
power is turned on and cause hearing damage.
• Power Source
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(mainly Europe and Asia)
220–240 V, 1.7 A or more, 50/60Hz
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(mainly North America)
120 V, 3.7 A or more, 60Hz
Please be sure to connect the power cord to a power source as above.
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Main Functions
Main Functions
The projector features the following functions that you can use.
Image eco function
The projector switches the lamp power automatically by detecting the brightness of the image
signals. This function is useful for energy saving.
Start on input detection
The projector starts projection automatically if the image signals are input even while in standby.
Auto keystone function
The projector automatically adjusts the shape of the projected image according to the angle at
which the projector is positioned.
AV Mute/Freeze
Pressing the [AV Mute] button mutes the sound and blanks the screen. Pressing the [Freeze] button
freezes the image temporarily.
Magnify/Zoom
Pressing the [Magnify] button enlarges the projected image. Pressing the [Zoom] button reduces the
projected image.
Presentation timer function
Pressing the [Timer] button displays the countdown timer on the projection screen. You can check
the elapsed time on the projection screen.
Wall color mode
You can adjust the hue of the image in accordance with the color of the wall on which it is
projected.
Password setting/Key lock
You can specify a password for the projector to limit the people that can use it. The buttons on the
control panel can be disabled with the key lock setting to prevent misoperation.
User logo function
The projector can project a registered logo or image when there is no signal or when it is starting
up.
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Checking the Accessories
The projector is provided with the following accessories. Make sure that everything is included in the
package.
If anything is missing or damaged, contact your sales representative or service representative.
• Read This First
• Ultra Short Throw Projector Setting Guide
• Start Guide
• Remote control
• AAA battery LR03 × 2
• CD-ROM
• RGB cable
• Power cord
• Warranty card
• Carrying bag
• The bundled accessories may vary depending on the location that this projector was purchased.
• Use only the RGB cable and power cord provided with the projector.
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Projector Parts and Their Functions
Projector Parts and Their Functions
Control Panel (Top View)
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1. [Power] button
Turns the projector on and off. You can confirm the status of the projector with the indicator.
• On: Power is on.
• Off: Power is off.
• Flashing at long intervals: Standby.
• Flashing at short intervals: Starting up or cooling.
2. [Input] button
Switches the signal input. For details about how to switch the input signal, see page 30 "Projecting an
Image".
3. [AV Mute] button
Temporarily blanks the screen and mutes the audio
4. [Menu] button
Displays the menu screen. Press it again to close the menu screen.
5. [Enter] button
Enters the selected item or mode.
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6. Arrow buttons
The [ ] and [ ] buttons are used to adjust the keystone distortion. The [ ] and [ ] buttons are used to adjust
the volume. These buttons are also used to operate the menu screen and the value bar.
7. Projection window
Enlarges and projects the image.
• The top of the projector is covered with a protective film when it is shipped. Remove the film before
using the projector.
Front and Left-Side View
• Do not obstruct the machine's vents. Doing so risks fire caused by overheated internal
components.
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1. Speaker
Outputs the audio input from an external device.
2. Lamp indicator
Shows the status of the lamp. For details, see page 65 "Indicator Display List".
3. Temp indicator
Shows the status of the temperature inside the projector. For details, see page 65 "Indicator Display List".
4. Remote control receiver
Receives the signal from the remote control.
5. Adjustable feet
Adjusts the angle of the projection.
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Projector Parts and Their Functions
6. Focus lever
Adjusts the focus of the image.
7. Exhaust vents
Releases hot air from inside the projector.
Rear and Right-Side View
• Do not obstruct the machine's vents. Doing so risks fire caused by overheated internal
components.
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1. HDMI port
For inputting HDMI signals from a computer or video player.
2. Video In port
For inputting image signals from a video player.
3. Computer In port (Y/Pb/Pr)
For inputting RGB signals from a computer or component image signals (Y/Pb/Pr) from a video player.
4. Audio Out port
For outputting audio signals to an external speaker.
5. Audio In port
For inputting audio signals from a computer or video player.
6. Intake vents
For circulating air from the outside to cool the projector.
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7. AC In socket
For connecting the power cord set provided with the projector.
8. Security slot (Kensington slot)
For connecting an anti-theft cable.
Bottom View
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1. Lamp cover
Remove to replace the lamp.
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Remote Control Parts and Their Functions
Remote Control Parts and Their Functions
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1. [Menu] button
Displays the menu screen. Press it again to close the menu screen.
2. [Input] button
Switches the signal input. For details about how to switch the input signal, see page 30 "Projecting an
Image".
3. [AV Mute] button
Temporarily blanks the screen and mutes the audio. For details, see page 39 "Temporarily Blanking the
Image and Muting the Audio".
4. Arrow buttons
Used to operate the menu screen and the value bar.
5. Number buttons
Used to enter numbers.
6. [Power] button
Turns the projector on and off.
7. [Freeze] button
Temporarily freezes the image. For details, see page 39 "Freezing the Image".
8. [Magnify] button
Displays the magnification ratio bar. Press it, and then specify the magnification ratio using the [ ] and [ ]
buttons. For details, page 38 "Enlarging the Image".
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9. [Enter] button
Enters the selected item or mode.
10. [Zoom] button
Displays the digital zoom bar. Press it, and then adjust the size of the projected image using the [ ] and [ ]
buttons. For details, see page 35 "Reducing the Size of the Projected Image".
11. [Sound] button
Displays the sound quality selection screen. Press it, and then select the sound quality using the [ ] and [ ]
buttons. For details, see page 37 "Switching the Sound Quality".
12. [Keystone] button
Displays the keystone adjustment bar. Press it, and then adjust the keystone distortion using the [ ] and [ ]
buttons. For details, page 34 "Adjusting for Keystone Distortion".
13. [Volume] button
Displays the volume control bar. Press it, and then adjust the volume of the speaker using the [ ] and [ ]
buttons. For details, see page 37 "Adjusting the Volume of the Speaker".
14. [Timer] button
Displays the presentation timer. For details, see page 40 "Using the Presentation Timer".
15. [ID] button
Registers the remote control ID. For details, see page 21 "Operating Multiple Projectors with the Remote
Control".
16. [R-Click] button
This button is not used.
17. [Page] buttons
This button is not used.
18. [Eco] button
Switches the lamp power level. For details, see page 39 "Switching the Lamp Mode".
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How to Use the Remote Control
How to Use the Remote Control
You can use the remote control to turn the projector on and off, and to change the signal of the image
being input and projected. You can also enlarge or reduce the image and mute the audio.
• Note the following precautions when using the remote control:
• Do not drop or hit the remote control.
• Do not place the remote control in a place that is very hot or very humid.
• Do not get the remote control wet. Also, do not place it on anything that is wet.
Effective Range of the Remote Control
Point the remote control at the remote control receiver on the projector to use it.
The effective range of the remote control is about 4.5 meters (14.7 feet) from the receiver and at an
angle of about 15 degrees to the remote control receiver on the projector.
• The remote control may not be effective in some areas and in some conditions. If this happens,
point the remote control at the projector and try it again.
• The remote control may not work if the remote control receiver on the projector is exposed to
sunlight, fluorescent light, or strong light.
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Loading Batteries into the Remote Control
• For safe operation, follow the warnings below regarding the batteries. If you use the batteries
incorrectly, it may result in fire or injury due to batteries leaking or exploding.
• Do not use batteries other than the ones specified.
• Do not mix and use batteries that are different types or that are new and old.
• Correctly insert batteries according to the polarity ( / ).
• Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries.
• Do not heat or throw the batteries into fire or water.
• Do not connect the positive and negative terminals on a battery with a wire.
• Remove the batteries that are past their suggested use period or that are depleted.
• Remove the batteries when they will not be used for extended periods.
• Keep the batteries out of the reach of children. Children may swallow or choke on the
batteries. If this happens, contact a doctor immediately.
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1. Remove the battery cover from the remote control.
2. Insert the batteries.
Note the direction of the positive and negative terminals when inserting the batteries.
3. Close the battery cover.
• Replace the batteries if the remote control does not work or if the effective distance becomes too
narrow.
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How to Use the Remote Control
Operating Multiple Projectors with the Remote Control
You can operate multiple projectors with a single remote control. It is possible to operate a maximum of
four projectors. To operate the projector with the remote control, you must assign the same ID number to
the projector and remote control. Projectors that can be operated by the remote control supplied with
this projector are RICOH PJ WX4141/WX4141N/WX4141NI.
Use the following procedure to assign the same ID number to the projector and the remote control.
Assigning an ID number to the projector
To operate multiple projectors with a single remote control, assign a different ID number to each
projector. Use the buttons on the control panel to perform the following procedure.
1. Press the [Menu] button.
2. Select [Default Settings 2], and then press the [ ] button.
3. Select [Remote Control ID], and then press the [Enter] button.
4. Select the ID number to assign to the projector, and then press the [Enter] button.
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5. Select [OK] on the confirmation screen, and then press the [Enter] button.
6. Press the [Menu] button to close the menu screen.
Changing the remote control's ID number
You can switch the ID number of the remote control to match the ID number of a projector. You can
check the ID numbers of projectors in [Remote Control ID] in [Default Settings 2].
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1. Press and hold the [ID] button, and then press the number button that is the ID number of
the projector you want to operate for at least three seconds.
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After the ID number of the remote control is switched, you can operate the projector with the
remote control.
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Positioning the Projector
Positioning the Projector
When positioning the projector, place it so that the projector's rear side faces the screen. Make sure the
projector and the screen are parallel to each other.
Adjust the distance between the projector and the screen according to the size of the projected image.
For details, see page 24 "Relationship Between the Projection Distance and the Screen Size".
Projection Mode
• If a machine is incorrectly installed on a wall or ceiling, it may fall down and cause an injury.
Contact your sales or service representative if you want to install a machine on a wall or
ceiling.
You can position the projector in one of four ways.
Select the setting according to the position of the projector in [Projection Mode] under [Default Settings
2]. For details, see page 60 "Default Settings 2 Menu".
1. Standard
2. Rear
3. Ceiling
4. Rear Ceiling
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1. Standard
The projector is placed in front of a screen onto which the images are projected.
2. Rear
The projector is placed behind a screen onto which the images are projected.
3. Ceiling
The projector is mounted on the ceiling in front of a screen onto which the images are projected.
4. Rear Ceiling
The projector is mounted on the ceiling behind a screen onto which the images are projected.
Relationship Between the Projection Distance and the Screen Size
The size of the projected image varies according to the distance from the projector to the screen.
Refer to the following table to position the projector in a suitable position. The projection screen sizes
presented in the table are for a full size image without keystone adjustment.
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Projection screen size
Projection distance (a)
Projection height (b)
48 inches
12 cm (4.6 inches)
9 cm (3.6 inches)
60 inches
17 cm (6.5 inches)
12 cm (4.5 inches)
80 inches
25 cm (9.8 inches)
16 cm (6.1 inches)
Connecting Equipment to the Projector
Connecting Equipment to the Projector
• Do not place the power cord and connection cable in a way that might cause someone to trip
and fall. The machine might fall over and cause an injury.
Various equipments can be connected to the projector.
Turn off the power to any equipment before connecting it to the projector. Be sure to read the manual for
the applicable equipment before connecting it to the projector.
Connecting a Computer
• Some computers cannot be connected to the projector. Before connecting a computer to the
projector, check the output terminals and signal compatibility.
Connecting to the RGB out port
Connect an RGB cable to the Computer In port of the projector and to the RGB out port of a computer.
To output audio from the speaker on the projector, connect an audio cable to the Audio In port of the
projector and to the audio out port of a computer.
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• Use the RGB cable provided with the projector.
Connecting to the HDMI port
Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI ports of the projector and the computer.
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Connecting to the DVI out port
To input a DVI signal to the projector, connect a DVI-to-HDMI cable to the HDMI port of the projector
and to the DVI out port of a computer. To output audio from the speaker on the projector, connect an
audio cable to the Audio In port of the projector and to the audio out port of a computer.
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• You can use a DVI-to-HDMI conversion adapter instead of a DVI-to-HDMI cable.
Connecting AV Equipment
Use a cable that supports the signal being input when connecting AV equipment.
Connecting to the HDMI port
Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI ports of the projector and the AV equipment.
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• Some devices may not operate properly when connected using HDMI.
• Use only an HDMI cable that has the HDMI logo. To input 1080p image signals, use a high-speed
HDMI cable. A conventional HDMI cable may not work properly.
Connecting to the video out port
Connect a video cable to the Video In port of the projector and to the video out port of AV equipment.
To output audio from the speaker on the projector, connect an audio cable to the Audio In port of the
projector and to the audio out port of AV equipment.
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Connecting Equipment to the Projector
Connecting to the Y/Pb/Pr out port
Connect a D-sub to component video cable to the Computer In port of the projector and to the Y/Pb/Pr
out port of the AV equipment. To output audio from the speaker on the projector, connect an audio
cable to the Audio In port of the projector and to the audio out port of AV equipment.
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Connecting an External Speaker
You can output the audio signal to an external speaker. To connect an external speaker, connect an
audio cable to the Audio Out port of the projector and the audio in port of an external speaker.
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• There is no sound output from the projector's speaker when an external speaker is connected.
• You can adjust the sound output from the external speaker by using the [Volume] button.
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2. Projecting an Image
This chapter explains the procedure for projecting an image.
Basic Operations for Using the Projector
• If [Key Lock] in [Default Settings 2] is specified as [On], you cannot operate the projector from its
control panel. Use the remote control.
• If you press a button that is disabled, the projector beeps and the "Invalid operation." or "This
function cannot be used on this product." message appears on the screen.
• If [Beep] in [Default Settings 1] is specified as [Off], the projector does not beep.
Turning On the Projector
1. Insert the connector of the power cord set into the AC In socket on the projector.
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2. Insert the power plug into a power outlet.
When [Power On Method] in [Default Settings 2] is specified as [Auto.], the projector turns on in
this step.
3. Press the [Power] button.
The projector beeps and the indicator flashes blue.
The start-up screen is displayed.
To project an image from the connected equipment, see page 30 "Projecting an Image".
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When the projector is turned on for the first time after it is purchased, the start menu appears.
Specify the display language and lamp power level. For details, see page 30 "When the start
menu is displayed".
• The password input screen is displayed if a password for the projector is specified in [Startup
Password] under [Default Settings 2]. Enter a password.
• The start-up screen closes shortly after appearing. You can specify that the start-up screen not
appear in [Start-up Screen] under [Default Settings 1].
When the start menu is displayed
When the projector is turned on for the first time after it is purchased, select the display language and
lamp power level.
1. Select the display language, and then press the [Enter] button.
2. Select the lamp power level, and then press the [Enter] button.
• The display language can also be changed in the menu screen. For details, see page 60 "Default
Settings 2 Menu".
• The lamp power level can also be changed using the remote control. For details, see page 39
"Switching the Lamp Mode".
• The start menu is only displayed the first time the projector is used. However, the start menu is
displayed after [Reset All] in [Default Settings 2] is executed.
Projecting an Image
1. Turn on the equipment that is connected to the projector.
To project the image of an AV equipment, press the play button on the AV equipment.
To project a laptop computer's screen, switch the computer's image output. For details, see
page 31 "When projecting the screen of a laptop computer".
The input signal is detected automatically and the image is projected.
2. If an image is not projected automatically, press the [Input] button.
3. Select an input signal, and then press the [Enter] button.
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• If [Auto Input Search] in [Default Settings 1] is specified as [On], pressing the [Input] button
changes the input to one that is different from the image signal being input.
• The image specified in [Background on No Signal] under [Default Settings 1] is displayed if the
signal is lost or there is no signal being input from the connected equipment. Check that the
equipment is turned on and that it is properly connected to the projector.
• If the projector does not support the input signal, a "Unsupported signal" message is displayed.
• The brightness of the image may vary temporarily because the lamp may automatically adjust to
maintain its condition.
When projecting the screen of a laptop computer
When connecting a laptop computer to the projector, switch the computer's image output.
In Windows operating systems, the image output can be switched with a function key. While pressing
and holding the [Fn] key, press the
key, the
key, or the LCD/VGA function key.
Examples of various computers
Computer brand
Key combination
MSI
[Fn] + [F2]
Everex, MITSUBISHI, NEC, Panasonic, SOTEC
[Fn] + [F3]
Gateway, HP
[Fn] + [F4]
acer, SHARP, SOTEC, TOSHIBA
[Fn] + [F5]
HITACHI, IBM, lenovo, SONY
[Fn] + [F7]
ASUS, DELL, EPSON, HITACHI
[Fn] + [F8]
FUJITSU
[Fn] + [F10]
• Depending on the computer, the image may not be projected properly if it is displayed on the
computer's LCD display while being projected onto the screen by the projector. If this happens, turn
off the computer's LCD display. For details about switching the display, see the manual provided
with the computer.
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2. Projecting an Image
Turning Off the Projector
• Unplug the power cord if the projector will not be used for an extended period of time.
• After disconnecting the power cord, wait at least 1 second before connecting the power cord
again. Not doing so may result in a malfunction.
1. Press the [Power] button.
The confirm screen appears.
2. Press the [Power] button.
The projector beeps and enters the standby mode.
3. Disconnect the power cord.
• After turning the lamp off, wait about five minutes for the lamp to cool before turning the lamp on
again. The lamp may not light if it is very hot.
• The projector turns off as soon as the power cord is disconnected (direct power off).
• You can specify the settings for saving energy in standby mode in [Energy Saving Settings]. For
details, see page 57 "Energy Saving Settings Menu".
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Adjusting the Projected Image
Adjusting the Projected Image
Adjusting the Angle of the Projection
If the height of the projected image does not fit the screen, you can adjust the angle of the projection
using the adjustable feet.
1. Lift the projector.
2. Adjust the length of the adjustable feet.
Adjust the height of the right and left adjustable feet so the projector is level. If the projector is
inclined too much, an error occurs and operation cannot be performed.
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• You do not need to adjust the angle of projection using the adjustable feet if the projector is
installed on a wall or ceiling.
• The projector automatically adjusts the projected image for keystone distortion according to the
projection angle. If [Auto Keystone] in [Display/Sound Settings] is specified as [Off], manually
adjust for keystone distortion. For details, see page 34 "Adjusting for Keystone Distortion".
Adjusting the Focus
Adjust the focus of the projected image.
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1. Move the focus lever to adjust the focus.
The shape of the projected image changes slightly when the focus ring is turned.
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Adjusting for Keystone Distortion
If the projector is placed at an angle, the projected image will be distorted. This is called keystone
distortion.
If [Auto Keystone] in [Display/Sound Settings] is specified as [On], the projector automatically adjusts
the projected image for keystone distortion according to the projection angle. If this setting is specified
as [Off], adjust for keystone distortion using the following procedure.
1. Press the [Keystone] button.
The value bar appears at the bottom of the screen.
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2. Adjust the keystone distortion using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
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Press the [ ] button to decrease the width of the bottom of the projected image. Press the [ ] button
to decrease the width of the top of the projected image.
• Some data may be lost or the image quality may be degraded depending on the degree of the
keystone adjustment and the type of the image.
• You can manually adjust for keystone distortion even if [Auto Keystone] is specified as [On].
However, if you change the angle of the projector, it is automatically adjusted again.
• The keystone adjustment level stays registered even if the projector is turned off. We recommend
that you specify [Auto Keystone] to [Off] if the projector and screen are permanently installed.
• You can also adjust the keystone distortion using the [ ] and [ ] buttons on the control panel.
Reducing the Size of the Projected Image
If the projected image is larger than the screen, reduce the size of the image using the [Zoom] button.
The image can be reduced by 80 to 100% using the digital zoom function.
1. Press the [Zoom] button.
The value bar appears at the bottom of the screen.
2. Adjust the size of the projected image using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
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Press the [ ] button to reduce the size of the projected image. Press the [ ] button to enlarge the
size of the projected image. The image is enlarged until it reaches the original size.
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• The image may sometimes be disrupted while it is reduced.
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Operations while Projecting Images
Operations while Projecting Images
Adjusting the Volume of the Speaker
1. Press the [Volume] button.
The value bar appears at the bottom of the screen.
2. Adjust the volume using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
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Press the [ ] button to decrease the volume. Press the [ ] button to increase the volume.
• You can also adjust the volume of the speaker using the [ ] and [ ] buttons on the control panel.
Switching the Sound Quality
You can select the sound quality of the audio that is playing.
1. Press the [Sound] button.
The sound quality selection screen appears at the bottom of the screen.
2. Select the sound quality using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
• Standard (
): Dialog and music are carefully balanced
• Narration (
): This mode is suitable for listening to dialog
• Music ( ): This mode is suitable for listening to music
• This function applies to the built-in speaker on the projector only. If you use an external speaker,
you cannot change the sound quality with this function.
• The sound quality selection screen also appears when you press the [ ] or [ ] buttons on the
control panel or [Volume] button on the remote control.
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Enlarging the Image
Enlarges and displays a part of the image. The image can be enlarged in a range of 100 to 200%.
The enlarged image becomes grainy due to the digital processing.
1. Press the [Magnify] button.
The value bar appears at the bottom of the screen.
2. Adjust the magnification ratio using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
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MNOPQRSTUV
WXYZabcdefghijk
lmnopqrstuvwxyz
123456789
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Press the [ ] button to decrease the magnification ratio. Press the [ ] button to increase the
magnification ratio.
3. Press the [Enter] button.
4. Move the display position using the [ ], [ ], [ ], and [ ] buttons.
ABCDEFGHIJKL
MNOPQRSTUV
WXYZabcdefghijk
YZabcdefg
lmnopqrstuvwxyz
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123456789
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To change the magnification ratio, press the [Enter] button, and then repeat Step 2.
5. To cancel this function, press the [Magnify] button again.
• The Magnify function is canceled automatically if any operation is performed.
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Operations while Projecting Images
Temporarily Blanking the Image and Muting the Audio
Temporarily blanks the screen and mutes the audio.
This is useful when projecting images from another projector or an OHP.
1. Press the [AV Mute] button.
The image blanks and the audio mutes.
2. To cancel this function, press the [AV Mute] button again.
• An icon (
) appears on the screen when AV mute is used.
• The AV mute function is canceled automatically if any button on the control panel is pressed.
• You can also use the [AV Mute] button on the projector's control panel.
Freezing the Image
Freezes the video or moving image that is being projected.
1. Press the [Freeze] button.
The image freezes.
2. To unfreeze the image, press the [Freeze] button again.
• An icon (
) appears on the screen when freeze is used.
• The Freeze function is canceled automatically if any operation is performed.
• The Freeze function is for freezing the image projected on the screen. To pause the video of the
connected equipment, use the pause function of the connected equipment.
Switching the Lamp Mode
You can switch the lamp mode. To save energy, select the eco mode. To make images brighter, select
the standard mode.
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1. Press the [Eco] button.
The mode changes each time the button is pressed.
• You can also change the lamp settings with [Energy Saving Settings]. For details, see page 57
"Energy Saving Settings Menu".
• The image may flicker, depending on the characteristics of the lamp, when you select the eco
mode. If this happens, select the standard mode.
Using the Presentation Timer
Displays the timer on the projection screen. This function is useful for time management when you are
giving a presentation.
1. Press the [Timer] button.
2. Specify the time period from 1 to 99 minutes using the number buttons.
You can also use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to specify the time period.
3. Select [Start (Small Size)] or [Start (Large Size)], and then press the [Enter] button.
You can use two types of timer.
• Small size: A small timer is displayed in the lower right corner of the projection screen.
• Large size: A large timer is displayed in the center of the projection screen.
To stop the countdown, press the [Timer] button, and then select [OK] on the confirmation screen.
After the time countdown is finished, a message appears and the projector beeps.
• The projector does not beep if [Beep] in [Default Settings 1] is specified as [Off].
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3. Useful Functions
This chapter describes the useful functions of the projector.
Projecting an Image at a Specified Time
Using the power timer function, you can set the projector to project images at a specified time.
This section explains how to set the projector to project images automatically from 9:00 to 18:00 every
Sunday as an example.
1. Press the [Menu] button.
2. Select [Default Settings 2], and then press the [ ] button.
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3. Select [Power Timer], and then press the [Enter] button.
4. If [Current Time] is not specified, specify the current time and day of the week.
5. Select [Power Timer], and then press the [Enter] button.
6. Select [On], and then press the [Enter] button.
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7. Select [Projection Day], and then press the [Enter] button.
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8. Select a day to project images (Sunday in this example), and then press the [Enter]
button.
9. Select [OK], and then press the [Enter] button.
10. Select [Projection Time], and then press the [Enter] button.
11. Specify the start time (for example: 9:00) using the number buttons.
You can also use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to specify the start time.
12. Specify the end time (for example: 18:00) using the number buttons.
You can also use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to specify the end time.
13. Press the [Enter] button.
14. Press the [Menu] button twice to close the menu screen.
15. Press the [Power] button.
The confirm screen appears.
16. Press the [Power] button.
The projector beeps and enters the standby mode.
• Do not disconnect the power cord when using the power timer function. The projector cannot start if
the power cord is disconnected.
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Specifying the Sound Quality
Specifying the Sound Quality
You can select a sound quality setting for the built-in speaker that is applicable for the type of audio that
you are playing. This makes it easier to hear the audio that is playing.
Setting the Sound Quality for Giving a Presentation
If [Narration] is specified for the sound quality, the projector plays dialog clearly. This mode is useful
when you give a presentation using the microphone connected to the projector, for example.
1. Press the [Sound] button.
The sound quality selection screen appears at the bottom of the screen.
2. Select [Narration] (
) using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
Setting the Sound Quality for Playing Music
If [Music] is specified for the sound quality, the projector plays music dynamically. This mode is useful for
music videos, for example. This mode is also useful if you want to decorate a shop window with video
and music.
1. Press the [Sound] button.
The sound quality selection screen appears at the bottom of the screen.
2. Select [Music] (
) using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
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4. Changing the Projector Settings
This chapter explains the settings on the menu screen and how to change the settings.
Viewing the Menu Screen
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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1. Image Adjustment menu tab
Adjusts the settings for the projected image, such as contrast and brightness.
For the Image Adjustment menu settings, see page 50 "Image Adjustment Menu".
2. Display/Sound Settings menu tab
Specifies the settings for image display and sound, such as auto keystone correction and sound quality.
For the Display/Sound Settings menu settings, see page 54 "Display/Sound Settings Menu".
3. Energy Saving Settings menu tab
Specifies the settings for energy saving.
For the Energy Saving Settings menu settings, see page 57 "Energy Saving Settings Menu".
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4. Default Settings 1 menu tab
Specifies the settings for the beep sound, user logo, etc.
For the Default Settings 1 menu settings, see page 59 "Default Settings 1 Menu".
5. Default Settings 2 menu tab
Specifies the settings for the display language, startup password, etc.
For the Default Settings 2 menu settings, see page 60 "Default Settings 2 Menu".
6. Display Status tab
Enables information such as input signals and lamp usage time, etc., to be displayed.
For item that can be displayed, see page 63 "Display Status".
7. Settings
The settings and information for each menu can be displayed.
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Changing the Settings
Changing the Settings
1. Press the [Menu] button.
2. Select the menu tab using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
If you select the Display Status tab, you can confirm the information in this step.
3. Press the [ ] button.
4. Select the item to be changed using the [ ] and [ ] buttons.
5. Press the [Enter] button.
If [To settings] is displayed on the right, the item has a submenu. Select an item on the submenu,
and then press the [Enter] button.
If [Execute] is displayed to the right of the item you select, the function is executed in this step.
6. Change the settings.
• Adjusting values using the values bar
Change the value using the [ ] and [ ] buttons, and then press the [Enter] button.
• Selecting the value from a list
Change the value using the [ ], [ ], [ ], and [ ] buttons, and then press the [Enter] button.
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• Inputting numbers
Use the number buttons on the remote control to input numbers.
7. If a confirmation screen appears, select [OK], and then press the [Enter] button.
8. Press the [Menu] button.
• The menu screen closes automatically thirty seconds after the last operation. Changes to the settings
are automatically applied when you close the menu screen. You do not need to press the [Enter]
button.
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Restoring All the Settings to Their Defaults
Restoring All the Settings to Their Defaults
1. Press the [Menu] button.
2. Select [Default Settings 2], and then press the [ ] button.
3. Select [Reset All], and then press the [Enter] button.
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4. Select [OK] in the confirm screen, and then press the [Enter] button.
• The start menu is displayed after [Reset All] is executed. For details about the start menu, see
page 30 "When the start menu is displayed".
• The following settings cannot be reset with this function:
• [User Logo] in [Default Settings 1]
To reset the registered user logo, select [Reset Logo] in [Default Settings 1].
• [Current Time] and [Startup Password] in [Default Settings 2]
To reset the registered passwords, contact your service representative.
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Image Adjustment Menu
Item
Picture Mode
Default
Standard
Select the picture mode.
This function is not available when you select [On] in [3D Projection]
under [Display/Sound Settings].
• Bright
This image mode makes it easier to see the projection in bright
locations.
• Standard
This is the standard image mode.
• Photo
Photos appear more natural in this mode.
• Video
Video is smoother in this mode.
• DICOM Sim. Mode
In this image mode, the images are adjusted to simulate the DICOM
format. DICOM is a global standard for storing and transmitting
medical images. DICOM is used for computer tomography (CT),
magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and endoscope images.
However, this mode only simulates these formats, so the image may
be projected differently from the original DICOM format. Use this
mode only for education. It should not be used for actual diagnoses.
Contrast
0
Adjust the image contrast. The greater the value, the stronger the image
contrast.
Brightness
0
Adjust the image brightness. The greater the value, the brighter the image.
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the image. The greater the value, the sharper the
image.
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Image Adjustment Menu
Item
R-level
Default
0
Adjust the level of red in the image. The greater the value, the stronger the
color red is in the image.
G-level
0
Adjust the level of green in the image. The greater the value, the stronger
the color green is in the image.
B-level
0
Adjust the level of blue in the image. The greater the value, the stronger
the color blue is in the image.
Color Saturation
0
Adjust the color saturation of the image. The greater the value, the richer
the image.
This function is available when you select [Y/Pb/Pr] or [Video] as an
input signal.
Tint
0
Adjust the tint of the image.
This function is available when you select [Y/Pb/Pr], [HDMI] (Y/Pb/Pr
signals), or [Video] as an input signal.
Noise Reduction
Off
Specify whether or not to use the function to reduce the Y/Pb/Pr (480i/
576i) or video signal noise.
This function is available when you select [Y/Pb/Pr] (480i/576i) or
[Video] as an input signal.
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Item
RGB Input Range
Default
Auto
Select the RGB input range.
This function is available when you select [HDMI] (RGB signals) as an
input signal.
• Auto
The projector switches RGB input range according to the settings of
the connected equipment.
• Standard
Select this mode when the color black in the image is light.
• Full
Select this mode when dark parts in the image are too dark.
Auto Set Signals
-
Automatically adjust the items in [Detailed Signal Settings].
This function is available when you select [Computer] as an input signal.
Detailed Signal Settings > Phase
0 to 31*1
Adjust to eliminate image flicker.
This function is available when you select [Computer] as an input signal.
Detailed Signal Settings > Frequency
0
Adjust to eliminate moiré patterns and flicker when you project images
with thin vertical-stripes.
This function is available when you select [Computer] as an input signal.
Detailed Signal Settings > H-position
0
Adjust the horizontal position of the image.
This function is available when you select [Computer] as an input signal.
Detailed Signal Settings > V-position
0
Adjust the vertical position of the image.
This function is available when you select [Computer] as an input signal.
Detailed Signal Settings > Clamp Pulse 1
Adjust the clamp pulse position.
This function is available when you select [Computer] as an input signal.
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0 to 255*1
Image Adjustment Menu
Item
Detailed Signal Settings > Clamp Pulse 2
Default
0 to 255*1
Adjust the clamp pulse width.
This function is available when you select [Computer] as an input signal.
*1 The default of [Phase], [Clamp Pulse 1], and [Clamp Pulse 2] is variable because the projector automatically
adjusts these settings according to the input signal.
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Display/Sound Settings Menu
Item
Auto Keystone
Default
On
Specify whether or not to implement keystone correction automatically
depending on the angle of the projector's position.
Keystone
0
Adjust for keystone distortion.
To decrease the width of the bottom of the projected image, decrease the
value. To decrease the width of the top of the projected image, increase
the value.
Zoom
100%
Reduce the size of the image if the projected image is larger than the
screen. The image can be reduced in a range of 80 to 100% using the
digital zoom function.
Aspect
Normal
Select the aspect ratio of the image.
• Normal
Display in full screen without changing the input signal aspect ratio.
• 16:9
Display using 16:9 aspect ratio (1280 × 720 resolution).
• Full
Display using 1280 × 800 resolution.
• Native
Display the image without changing the resolution of the input
signal.
This setting is available when you select [Computer] or [HDMI]
(RGB signals) as an input signal.
• Zoom
Display the image width as the projection screen width while
maintaining the input signal aspect ratio.
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Display/Sound Settings Menu
Item
Display Position
Default
-
Move the image if the projected image is smaller or larger than the
projection screen size. You can move the image using the [ ], [ ], [ ],
and [ ] buttons.
Wall Color Mode
Off
Select the image hue according to the projection surface when the image
is being projected on something other than a screen.
• Off
• Whiteboard
• Beige
• Gray
• Blackboard (Green)
3D Projection > 3D Projection
Off
Specify whether or not to use 3D projection.
The image will be slightly darker if this is set to [On].
3D Projection > L/R Reverse
Normal
Specify whether or not to reverse left and right in a 3D image.
• Normal
• Reverse
3D Projection > 3D Format
Auto
Select a 3D format.
Select [Auto] when the 3D signals are input through HDMI. If the image
does not project in 3D even if [Auto] is selected, change the setting to
match the 3D format of the signal being input.
• Auto
• Frame Sequential
• Side by Side
• Top and Bottom
• Frame Packing
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Item
Closed Caption
Default
Off
The projector supports closed captioning, which allows subtitles to be
displayed at the bottom of the picture. This is pursuant to the regulations
set forth by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Select [CC-1] to [CC-4] to display the dialogue and narration of TV
programs and videos that are closed captioned.
This function is available when you select [Video] as an input signal.
• Off
• CC-1
• CC-2
• CC-3
• CC-4
Sound Quality
Select the sound quality of the audio that is playing. This function applies
to the built-in speaker on the projector only. If you use an external
speaker, you cannot change the sound quality with this function.
• Standard
Dialog and music are carefully balanced.
• Narration
This mode is suitable for listening to dialog.
• Music
This mode is suitable for listening to music.
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Standard
Energy Saving Settings Menu
Energy Saving Settings Menu
Item
Lamp Power
Default
Stnd.
Select the lamp power level.
To save energy, select the eco mode. To make images brighter, select
the standard mode.
The lamp power is switched to the standard mode regardless of this
setting when [DICOM Sim. Mode] or [3D Projection] is enabled.
• Eco
• Stnd.
Lamp Pwr on No Signal
Eco
Specify whether or not to lower the lamp power when there is no input
signal. If you select [Eco], the projector lowers the lamp power thirty
seconds after the input signal disappears.
• Eco
• Stnd.
Image Eco
On
Specify whether or not to switch the lamp power automatically
depending on the brightness of the image.
This function does not work when [DICOM Sim. Mode] or [3D
Projection] is enabled.
Power Off on No Signal
20 min.
Select the amount of time from the last input signal or operation until the
projector enters standby mode.
• Off
• 5 min.
• 10 min.
• 20 min.
• 30 min.
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Item
Power on Standby
Default
Eco
Specify whether or not to save energy while in standby.
• Eco
You can save energy while in standby, but start-up time is slower.
• Q'ck On
You can turn on the projector quickly, but the standby energy level
is higher.
• The image may flicker, depending on the characteristics of the lamp, when the lamp power is cut
by the lamp settings. If this happens, specify the lamp settings as follows:
• Lamp Power: Stnd.
• Lamp Pwr on No Signal: Stnd.
• Image Eco: Off
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Default Settings 1 Menu
Default Settings 1 Menu
Item
Auto Input Search
Default
On
Specify whether or not to switch to another input signal that the projector
detects when you press the [Input] button.
Beep
On
Specify whether or not to beep during use.
Background on No Signal
Logo
Select the image display when there is no input signal.
• Logo
• Blue
• None
Display Guidance
On
Specify whether or not to display the guidance for operating the
projector.
Start-up Screen
On
Specify whether or not to display the start-up screen when the projector is
turned on.
User Logo > Register Logo
-
Register a user logo. Project the image to be registered as a user logo,
and then execute this function. User logos can be displayed in the start-up
screen or as the background when there are no input signals.
You can register an image with a resolution of up to 1280 × 800 pixels.
This function is available when you select [Computer] or [HDMI] (RGB
signals) as an input signal.
User Logo > Confirm Logo
-
Display the registered user logo.
User Logo > Reset Logo
-
Delete the registered user logo.
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Default Settings 2 Menu
Item
Language
Default
English
Select the display language.
Available languages are as follows:
English, Japanese, Spanish, Russian, French, Portuguese, German,
Italian, Dutch, Polish, Czech, Swedish, Finnish, Hungarian, Norwegian,
Danish, Romanian, Greek, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Indonesian, Simplified
Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean.
Power Timer > Current Time
Sun. 0:00
Specify the current time and day of the week.
Power Timer > Power Timer
Off
Specify whether or not to enable the power timer function.
When you enable this function, the projector automatically starts
projection and turns off at the specified time. If you select [On], specify
[Projection Day] and [Projection Time] to enable this function.
Power Timer > Projection Day
(Not programmed)
Select a day of the week to start projecting using the power time function.
Power Timer > Projection Time
Specify the time to start and end projecting using the power timer
function. An interval of at least ten minutes is required between the startup
time and the end time.
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(Not programmed)
Default Settings 2 Menu
Item
Projection Mode
Default
Standard
Select the projection method according to how the projector is
positioned.
• Standard
Select this mode when the projector is placed in front of a screen.
• Rear
Select this mode when the projector is placed behind a screen.
• Ceiling
Select this mode when the projector is mounted on the ceiling in front
of a screen.
• Rear Ceiling
Select this mode when the projector is mounted on the ceiling behind
a screen.
Remote Control ID
1
Select the projector remote control ID. Specify the ID for each projector
when operating multiple projectors using one remote control.
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Power On Method
Manual
Select the power on method of the projector.
• Manual
Turn the projector on when the [Power] button is pressed.
• Auto.
Automatically turn on the projector when the power cord is
connected.
Start on Input Detection
On
Specify whether or not to start projecting automatically if the image
signals are input while in standby.
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Item
High Altitude Mode
Default
Off
The number of fan rotations is high when set to [On]. The air is thin at high
elevations, so the cooling efficiency of the projector is reduced. Select
[On] when using the projector at an altitude of more than 1,500 meters
(4,921 feet). Do not select [On] when the altitude is less than 1,500
meters (4,921 feet).
Key Lock
Off
Specify whether or not to lock the buttons on the control panel. You can
change this setting to [Off] by pressing the [AV Mute] button on the
projector's control panel for 10 seconds.
Reset All
-
Reset all menus to their defaults.
This function cannot restore the default settings of [User Logo] in [Default
Settings 1], [Current Time] and [Startup Password] in [Default Settings 2].
Startup Password > Register Password
000000
Enter a 6-digit password. The current password is required to change the
password.
Startup Password > Password Protect
Specify whether or not to enter a password when the projector is turned
on. If this is selected, a password must be entered when the projector is
turned on after the power cord has been unplugged. However, a
password is not required when turning the projector on from the standby
mode.
A password is required to change this setting.
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Off
Display Status
Display Status
Item
Input
Displays the selected input signals.
Resolution
Displays the resolution.
This item appears when you select [Computer] or [HDMI] as an input signal.
Frequency
Displays the synchronous frequency.
This item appears when you select [Computer] or [HDMI] as an input signal.
Sync
Displays the synchronous signal polarity.
This item appears when you select [Computer] as an input signal.
Signal Format
Displays the Y/Pb/Pr signal format.
This item appears when you select [Y/Pb/Pr] or [HDMI] (Y/Pb/Pr signals) as an input signal.
Video Mode
Displays the video signal color format.
This item appears when you select [Video] as an input signal.
Lamp Time
Displays the lamp usage time.
Lamp Reset Count
Displays the number of lamp replacements.
Total Time
Displays the projector usage time.
Total CO2 Reduction
Displays the total reduction in CO2 caused by setting the lamp to the eco mode.
Eco Time Ratio
Displays the ratio of the time eco mode was used to the total use time.
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Item
Current Time
Displays the current time if you specify [Current Time] in [Default Settings 2].
Main FW Version
Displays the version of the firmware on the main board.
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5. Troubleshooting
This chapter explains the basic problems and troubleshooting methods when an indicator light is lit.
Indicator Display List
The projector uses the [Power] button, indicators, and beeps to notify you if a malfunction occurs. Check
the indicator's status, and implement the following measures. " " in the table means the indicator is
flashing.
Indicator location
1
2
3
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1. [Power] button
2. Lamp indicator
3. Temp indicator
Status
Causes
Solutions
The projector does not turn
on.
The projector has malfunctioned.
Disconnect the power cord, and
contact your service
representative.
"Hardware Error" was
displayed, and the projector
turned off during operation.
The projector has malfunctioned.
Disconnect the power cord, wait a
while, and then turn on the
projector again.
If the problem cannot be resolved,
contact your service
representative.
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Status
Causes
Solutions
The lamp turned off during
operation, or it does not turn
on
• The lamp has overheated
and cannot turn on.
• Disconnect the power cord,
wait a while, and then turn
on the projector again.
• The lamp's service life has
expired.
• The projector has
malfunctioned.
The lamp does not turn off.
The projector has malfunctioned.
Disconnect the power cord, wait a
while, and then turn on the
projector again.
If the problem cannot be resolved,
contact your service
representative.
Flashing interval: 2 seconds
The projector turned off
during operation, or it does
not turn on.
• If the lamp burns out, replace
it with a new lamp. For
details of how to replace the
lamp, see page 78
"Replacing the Lamp".
The lamp cover is not installed
correctly.
Disconnect the power cord, and
reinstall the lamp cover correctly.
For details of how to install the
lamp cover, see page 78
"Replacing the Lamp".
Flashing interval: 1 second
"Temperature Error" was
displayed, and the projector
turned off during operation.
"Fan Error" was displayed,
and the projector turned off
during operation.
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• The interior has overheated.
• The projector is being used
in a high-temperature
environment.
The cooling fan in the projector
has malfunctioned.
Place the projector so that the
intake and exhaust vents are not
blocked.
Disconnect the power cord, wait a
while, and then turn on the
projector again.
Disconnect the power cord, and
contact your service
representative.
Indicator Display List
Status
Causes
Solutions
"Installation Error" was
displayed, and the projector
turned off during operation,
or it does not turn on.
The projector's angle is too great.
Place the projector at a proper
angle, and then turn it on again.
For details about how to install the
projector, see page 23
"Positioning the Projector".
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Common Problems
If you think a malfunction has occurred, check the following before contacting your service
representative.
Problem
Power does not turn on.
Solutions
• Make sure the power plug or connector is connected
correctly.
• Make sure the lamp cover is mounted correctly. For
details, see page 78 "Replacing the Lamp".
Power turns off during use.
• Make sure the environment in which the projector is
being used is within the acceptable temperature range.
• Make sure the vents are not blocked.
No image.
• Make sure the input signal is switched correctly if [Auto
Input Search] in [Default Settings 1] is set to [Off]. For
details about how to switch the input signal, see page 30
"Projecting an Image".
• Make sure the AV mute function is not turned on. For
details, see page 39 "Temporarily Blanking the Image
and Muting the Audio".
• Check the settings of [Brightness] in [Image Adjustment].
For details, see page 50 "Image Adjustment Menu".
• Make sure the computer or AV equipment is connected
to the projector correctly. For details, see page 25
"Connecting Equipment to the Projector".
• Make sure the computer's image output is switched
correctly. For details, see page 31 "When projecting the
screen of a laptop computer".
• Make sure the computer or AV equipment is working
properly.
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Common Problems
Problem
No sound.
Solutions
• Make sure the input signal is switched correctly if [Auto
Input Search] in [Default Settings 1] is set to [Off]. For
details about how to switch the input signal, see page 30
"Projecting an Image".
• Make sure the AV mute function is not turned on. For
details, see page 39 "Temporarily Blanking the Image
and Muting the Audio".
• Check the speaker's volume adjustment. For details, see
page 37 "Adjusting the Volume of the Speaker".
• Make sure the computer or AV equipment is connected
to the projector correctly. For details, see page 25
"Connecting Equipment to the Projector".
• Make sure the computer or AV equipment is working
properly.
Image is not projected normally.
• Make sure the input signal is compatible with the
projector. For details, see page 85 "List of Compatible
Signals".
• Check the status of the video tape or other video source.
• Execute [Auto Set Signals] in [Image Adjustment]. For
details, see page 50 "Image Adjustment Menu".
• Check the settings of the computer's graphics driver. For
details, see the manual provided with the computer.
Image is blurred.
Image is partially out of focus.
• Make sure the projection window is clean. For details,
see page 76 "Cleaning the Projection Window".
• Check the focus adjustment. For details, see page 33
"Adjusting the Focus".
• Make sure the projection distance is within the projector's
range. For details, see page 24 "Relationship Between
the Projection Distance and the Screen Size".
• Check the installation angles of the projector and screen.
For details, see page 33 "Adjusting the Angle of the
Projection".
• Check the settings of [Sharpness] and [Phase] in [Image
Adjustment]. For details, see page 50 "Image Adjustment
Menu".
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Problem
Image is dark.
Solutions
• Check the settings of [Brightness] and [Contrast] in
[Image Adjustment]. For details, see page 50 "Image
Adjustment Menu".
• Make sure the lamp is not near the end of its service life.
For details, see page 63 "Display Status".
• Check the settings of [RGB Input Range] in [Image
Adjustment]. For details, see page 50 "Image Adjustment
Menu".
• Make sure [3D Projection] in [Display/Sound Settings] is
set to [Off]. For details, see page 54 "Display/Sound
Settings Menu".
Color is faded.
Tint is poor.
• Check the settings of [Color Saturation], [R-level], [Glevel], and [B-level] in [Image Adjustment]. For details,
see page 50 "Image Adjustment Menu".
• Make sure the screen is clean.
• Check the settings of [Wall Color Mode] in [Display/
Sound Settings]. For details, see page 54 "Display/
Sound Settings Menu".
• Make sure the lamp is not near the end of its service life.
For details, see page 63 "Display Status".
The projector's operation keys do
not respond.
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• Make sure [Key Lock] in [Default Settings 2] is not set to
[On]. For details, see page 60 "Default Settings 2
Menu".
Common Problems
Problem
The remote control does not
respond.
Solutions
• Make sure the ID assigned to the remote control and in
the settings of [Remote Control ID] in [Default Settings 2]
are the same. For details, see page 21 "Operating
Multiple Projectors with the Remote Control".
• Make sure the batteries in the remote control are not
dead.
• Make sure the batteries are correctly loaded into the
remote control. For details, see page 20 "Loading
Batteries into the Remote Control".
• Make sure the remote control is inside its effective range.
For details, see page 19 "Effective Range of the Remote
Control".
• Make sure there is nothing placed between the remote
control and the projector.
• Make sure the remote control receiver is not exposed to
strong light.
Display language is unknown.
• Press the [Menu] button, and then select the display
language in [Language / XXX] (XXX indicates the current
display language) on the [ ] tab. For details, see
page 60 "Default Settings 2 Menu".
Accessing the Online Knowledge Base
If you have any questions about the projector, refer to the knowledge base. Visit our global website
listed below, and then access a knowledge base page in your language.
http://www.ricoh.com/support/
You can search the knowledge base by product name or keyword.
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6. Maintenance
This chapter explains the operating precautions and maintenance for the projector.
Operating Precautions
• The machine's light uses a mercury vapor lamp that becomes high pressure when it is turned on.
The lamp has the following characteristics, so be sure to handle it with care after understanding
the contents. If the lamp explodes and either you are injured from broken pieces of glass, think
you have gotten glass particles or mercury vapour in your eyes, or have inhaled glass particles
or mercury vapour, contact a doctor immediately.
• Deterioration or shock can cause the lamp's life span to end or the lamp to explode. If the
lamp explodes, it may make a big noise.
• The time that it takes for the lamp to reach its life span or explode depends on each
individual lamp and its operating conditions. It is possible that it might explode the first
time it is used.
• If you use the lamp past its replacement period, the possibility of explosion increases.
• If the lamp explodes, broken glass pieces may be scattered around the inside of the
machine and ejected from the vent or other opening.
• If the lamp explodes, a very small amount of mercury vapor in the lamp tube and broken
glass pieces may be ejected from the vents or other opening.
Pay attention to the following points when using the projector:
• What to do if a lamp has exploded
• If the lamp explodes, remove the power cord from the projector, leave the room while making
sure it is thoroughly ventilated.
• If the lamp explodes and you think that you have gotten glass particles or mercury vapor in
your eyes or have inhaled either, contact a doctor immediately.
• Clean up the area around the projector completely while being careful not to get injured from
any broken glass pieces.
• Throw away any food that was near the projector.
• Ask your service representative to replace the lamp and inspect the projector.
• What to do if a battery has leaked
• If leakage from a battery adheres to your skin, rinse it with water immediately, and then
contact a doctor.
• Wipe off the leakage with tissue paper while being careful not to touch it.
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• Soak the tissue paper that you used in water, and then throw it away as burnable trash.
• When you carry the projector by hand, hold it with both hands and keep it in a horizontal position.
If you hold the projector with one hand, its covers may come off or you may drop it.
• If moving the projector under conditions including vibration and shock, use both the packing case
and included carrying bag. Transporting the projector using the carrying bag only may damage it
due to shock or vibration. Further, transporting the projector in a damaged packing case may
damage the projector, so use a packing case that is strong enough to protect the projector from
shock or vibration.
• Do not apply volatile substances such as insecticide to the projector. Also, do not bring the
projector into long-term contact with rubber or vinyl products. Doing so may cause discoloration or
the paint to peel.
• The projector is not intended for long-term continuous operation. Further, do not use the projector
before removing it completely from the packing case. If a malfunction occurs when using the
projector under these conditions, a fee is charged for repair even if the warranty is still in effect.
• Do not use locations that may be hot, such as near a heater. Doing so may cause the projector to
malfunction or reduce the service life.
• Avoid locations that may become smoky. Particulates may adhere to the optical parts, reducing the
service life and causing the image to darken.
• Using the projector close to a television or radio may adversely affect the images and sound.
• Do not expose the projector to salt air or corrosive gas. Also, do not place the projector in a
laboratory or other location where a chemical reaction might occur. Doing so may cause the
projector to malfunction.
• Moving the projector from a low-temperature location to a high-temperature location may cause
water droplets to form on the projector lens and parts due to condensation. Continued use under
such conditions may cause malfunction, so do not use the projector until the water droplets have
evaporated.
• The air is thin at high elevations, so the cooling efficiency of the projector is reduced. Select [On] in
[High Altitude Mode] before using.
• Do not use the projector in an extremely inclined position (±20° or greater). Doing so may cause
malfunction or reduce the service life.
• Clean the air filter regularly. If the filter becomes clogged, it may cause the inside of the projector
to overheat and reduce the service life of the optical parts.
• If the air filter is damaged, replace it with a new one. Using a damaged air filter may allow dust or
dirt to get inside the projector and cause the projector to stop working or malfunction.
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Cleaning the Projector
Cleaning the Projector
• Do not remove any covers or screws that are not mentioned in this manual. There are high
voltage components inside the machine that may cause electric shock. Contact your service
representative if any of the machine's internal components require maintenance, adjustment, or
repair.
• Do not disassemble or modify the machine. Doing so may cause injury or malfunction.
• Do not attempt to clean or replace parts for a machine that is installed in a high location on a
wall or ceiling. Doing so may cause it to fall down, resulting in an injury.
• Do not open the lamp cover of a machine that is installed on a wall or ceiling. Doing so may
cause the lamp cover to fall down. If the lamp is broken, pieces of glass may fall and cause an
injury.
• Contact your sales or service representative to clean or replace parts for a machine that is
installed on a wall or ceiling.
• When performing maintenance on the machine, always disconnect the power cord from the
wall outlet.
Cleaning the Air Filter
• If an air filter is damaged, replace it with a new one. Using a damaged air filter may cause the
projector to stop operating or malfunction. For details, contact your sales representative or service
representative.
The air filter prevents dust and dirt from entering the interior of the projector. If you will use the projector
in a dusty location, install the air filter.
A buildup of dust on the air filter may cause poor ventilation, causing the interior of the projector
overheat and operations to stop or malfunction. Clean the air filter regularly.
If the message "Check the air filter for dirt." is displayed, check the air filter for dirt or dust, and use the
following procedure to clean off any dirt or dust.
1. Disconnect the power plug.
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2. While pressing the lever on the right side of the air filter, pull the filter open.
CZE033
3. Remove the air filter.
4. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean any dirt or dust from the filter.
5. Install the air filter in the projector.
CZE034
Insert the left side of the air filter in first, and then press the lever while pushing in the right side of the
filter.
Make sure that the air filter is installed correctly. Otherwise, dirt and dust may enter the projector
through any gaps and cause it to stop or malfunction.
• The message is displayed for approximately 30 seconds every 500 hours after the projector is first
turned on. The display closes when operation starts.
• If vacuuming the air filter does not remove the dust and dirt, wash it with water.
• If you wash the air filter with water, make sure it is completely dry before installing it.
Cleaning the Projection Window
When cleaning the projection window, make sure to do the following:
• Use a commercially available blower or cloth for cleaning glass, cleaning paper, lens cleaner, etc.
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Cleaning the Projector
• The projection window surface scratches easily, so do not rub or tap it with a hard object.
Cleaning the Projector
When cleaning the projector, make sure to do the following:
• Gently wipe any dirt from the projector using a soft cloth. Using a damp cloth may cause water to
seep inside the projector and cause electric shock or malfunction.
• Do not use benzene or paint thinners. Doing so may cause the projector to warp, discolor, or the
paint to peel. Further, do not use cleaning cloths that contain chemicals.
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Replacing the Lamp
• Before replacing the lamp, turn off the power and wait at least one hour to allow the machine
to cool completely. If it is not completely cool, you may burn or injure yourself due to the inside
of the machine and lamp unit being hot. If you replace the lamp without unplugging the power
cord from the power outlet, electric shock or explosion may occur.
• Be careful when handling the used lamp so that it does not break. If it breaks, it may cause
injury.
• Do not attempt to clean or replace parts for a machine that is installed in a high location on a
wall or ceiling. Doing so may cause it to fall down, resulting in an injury.
• Do not open the lamp cover of a machine that is installed on a wall or ceiling. Doing so may
cause the lamp cover to fall down. If the lamp is broken, pieces of glass may fall and cause an
injury.
• Contact your sales or service representative to clean or replace parts for a machine that is
installed on a wall or ceiling.
• Be sure to always use a dedicated replacement lamp that is new when replacing the lamp. If
you use a lamp that is not dedicated, it may result in an explosion and injury.
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Replacing the Lamp
• The machine's light uses a mercury vapor lamp that becomes high pressure when it is turned on.
The lamp has the following characteristics, so be sure to handle it with care after understanding
the contents. If the lamp explodes and you are either injured from broken pieces of glass, think
you have gotten glass particles or mercury vapour in your eyes, or have inhaled glass particles
or mercury vapour, contact a doctor immediately.
• Deterioration or shock can cause the lamp's life span to end or the lamp to explode. If the
lamp explodes, it may make a big noise.
• The time that it takes for the lamp to reach its life span or explode depends on each
individual lamp and its operating conditions. It is possible that it might explode the first
time it is used.
• If you use the lamp past its replacement period, the possibility of explosion increases.
• If the lamp explodes, broken glass pieces may be scattered around the inside of the
machine and ejected from the vent or other opening.
• If the lamp explodes, a very small amount of mercury vapor in the lamp tube and broken
glass pieces may be ejected from the vents or other opening.
• The lamp is a glass product. Do not touch the glass surface with bare hands, hit it forcefully, or
damage it. For details about what to do if a lamp has exploded, see page 73 "Operating
Precautions".
• This projector's lamp contains trace amounts of environmentally harmful inorganic mercury. Be
careful not to break used lamps, and dispose of them in accordance with local regulations or
contact your sales representative or service representative.
When the lamp is due for replacement, the message "The lamp is reaching the end of its life. Please
change it." is displayed. Change the lamp as instructed.
When [Lamp Power] in [Energy Saving Settings] is specified as [Stnd.], replace the lamp after
approximately 3,500 hours. When the setting is [Eco], replace it after approximately 5,000 hours.
However, depending on the characteristics of the lamp and how the lamp is used, the image may
become dim or the lamp may go out before the message is displayed. We recommend preparing a
spare lamp, just in case.
Do not repeatedly turn off the projector immediately after the lamp is lit, or turn on the projector
immediately after turning it off. Doing so may damage the lamp or shorten its life.
Furthermore, if the lamp is used for an extended period of time, the image may darken or the lamp may
burn out. If this happens, replace the lamp with a new one.
1. Turn over the projector and place it on a flat surface so that you can see the bottom of the
projector.
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2. Turn the knob counterclockwise, and then open the lamp cover.
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3. Raise the metal handle.
CZE151
4. Hold the handle, and then pull the lamp unit out of the projector.
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5. Insert a new lamp unit.
CZE153
Make sure that the small projections inside the projector are inserted into the holes of the lamp unit
properly.
6. Close the lamp cover.
Correctly install the outer lamp cover. Incorrect installation may prevent the lamp or projector from
turning on.
7. Reset the lamp time.
For the reset method, see the manual provided with the lamp.
• The lamp usage time can be verified using [Lamp Time] in [Display Status].
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Consumables
• Lamp unit
RICOH PJ Replacement Lamp Type11
• Air filter
RICOH PJ Replacement Air Filter Type4
• Contact your sales or service representative for information about consumables.
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7. Appendix
This chapter explains the projector's specifications and compatible signals. This chapter also explains
where to inquire about the projector and related services.
Specifications for the Projector
Component
Power consumption
Specifications
Standard mode: 312 W
Eco mode: 208 W
Power consumption (Standby mode)
0.23 W
Weight
Approx. 3.0 kg (6.7 lb.)
External dimensions (not including
protruding parts)
257 × 144 × 221 mm (10.1 × 5.7 × 8.7 inches)
Operating environment
Temperature: 5 to 35°C (73 to 95°F), Humidity: 30 to 70%
Power requirements
•
(mainly Europe and Asia)
220–240 V, 1.7 A, 50/60Hz
•
(mainly North America)
120 V, 3.7 A, 60Hz
Display element
• Display method
Single-chip DLP®
• Panel size
0.65 inches
• Pixels
1,024,000 pixels (1,280 H × 800 V)
Projection method
Ultra short-focus lens/mirror projection method
Lamp
High-pressure mercury lamp (Standard mode: 250 W, Eco
mode: 150 W)
Projection screen size
48 to 80 inches
Projection distance
12 to 25 cm (4.6 to 9.8 inches)
Speaker
2 W (Mono)
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Component
Connection ports
Specifications
• Computer In port
Mini D-SUB15 × 1
• HDMI port (HDCP compliant)*
HDMI × 1
• Video In port
RCA_1pin × 1
• Audio In port
Mini Jack × 1
• Audio Out port
Mini Jack × 1
• Control port
USB-TYPE-minB × 1
* HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is a copyright protection method to encrypt digital signals
across the DVI/HDMI interface and prevent unauthorized copying. The HDCP specification was developed
and is licensed by Digital Content Protection, LLC. The HDMI port on this projector is HDCP compliant and
can project digital video content protected by HDCP. Updates to the HDCP specification may void this
compliance and prevent access to protected data.
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List of Compatible Signals
List of Compatible Signals
Set the computer and AV equipment output signals so that they match the input signals compatible with
the projector.
If the image flickers, blurs, or is not displayed, check that the resolution and frequency of the input
signals is supported by the projector.
• Images with a resolution greater than 1280 × 800 are compressed when displayed, so some of
the information may be lost or the image may deteriorate.
Video Input
Compatible mode
NTSC, PAL, SECAM, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL60, NTSC4.43
Y/Pb/Pr Input
Compatible mode
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720/50p, 720/60p, 1080/50i, 1080/60i, 1080/50p, 1080/60p
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Computer Input
Mode
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Resolution
Horizontal (pixel)
Frequency
Vertical (pixel)
640 × 480
640
480
720 × 400
720
400
800 × 600
800
600
848 × 480
848
480
1024 × 768
1024
768
1152 × 864
1280 × 720
1152
1280
864
720
1280 × 768
1280
768
1280 × 800
1280
800
1280 × 960
1280
960
1280 × 1024
1280
1024
1360 × 768
1360
768
1366 × 768
1366
768
1400 × 1050
1400
1050
1440 × 900
1440
900
1600 × 900
1600 × 1200
1600
1600
900
1200
1680 × 1050
1680
1050
Vertical (Hz)
Horizontal (kHz)
Clock (MHz)
59.93
72.81
75.00
85.01
85.04
56.25
60.32
72.19
75.00
85.06
60.00
60.00
70.07
75.03
85.00
75.00
60.00
59.99
59.87
74.89
84.84
59.91
59.81
74.93
84.88
60.00
85.00
60.02
75.02
85.02
60.02
60.00
59.79
59.95
59.98
74.87
59.90
59.89
74.98
84.84
60.00
60.00
59.88
59.95
31.46
37.86
37.50
43.27
37.93
35.16
37.88
48.08
46.88
53.67
31.02
48.36
56.48
60.02
68.68
67.50
45.00
47.40
47.78
60.29
68.63
49.31
49.70
62.79
71.55
60.00
85.94
63.98
79.98
91.15
47.71
48.00
47.71
64.74
65.32
82.28
55.47
55.93
70.64
80.43
60.00
75.00
64.67
65.29
25.17
31.50
31.50
36.00
35.50
36.00
40.00
50.00
49.50
56.25
33.75
65.00
75.00
78.75
94.50
108.00
74.25
68.25
79.50
102.25
117.50
71.00
83.50
106.50
122.50
108.00
148.50
108.00
135.00
157.50
85.50
72.00
85.50
101.00
121.75
156.00
88.75
106.50
136.75
157.00
108.00
162.00
119.00
146.25
List of Compatible Signals
HDMI Input
Mode
Resolution
Frequency
Horizontal (pixel)
Vertical (pixel)
480i
576i
480p
576p
720 / 50p
720 / 60p
1080 / 50i
1080 / 60i
1080 / 24p
1080 / 30p
1080 / 50p
1080 / 60p
720
720
720
720
1280
1280
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
242.5
288
483
576
720
720
540
540
1080
1080
1080
1080
640 × 480
640
480
800 × 600
800
600
848 × 480
848
480
1024 × 768
1024
768
1152 × 864
1280 × 720
1152
1280
864
720
1280 × 768
1280
768
1280 × 800
1280
800
1280 × 960
1280
960
1280 × 1024
1280
1024
1360 × 768
1360
768
1366 × 768
1366
768
1400 × 1050
1400
1050
1440 × 900
1440
900
1600 × 900
1600
900
1680 × 1050
1680
1050
Vertical (Hz)
59.940
50.000
59.940
50.000
50.000
60.000
50.000
60.000
24.000
30.000
50.000
60.000
59.93
72.81
75.00
85.01
56.25
60.32
72.19
75.00
85.06
60.00
60.00
70.07
75.03
85.00
75.00
60.00
59.99
59.87
74.89
84.84
59.91
59.81
74.93
84.88
60.00
85.00
60.02
75.02
85.02
60.02
60.00
59.79
59.95
59.98
74.87
59.90
59.89
74.98
84.84
60.00
59.88
59.95
Horizontal (kHz)
15.734
15.625
31.469
31.250
37.500
45.000
28.125
33.750
27.000
33.750
56.250
67.500
31.46
37.86
37.50
43.27
35.16
37.88
48.08
46.88
53.67
31.02
48.36
56.48
60.02
68.68
67.50
45.00
47.40
47.78
60.29
68.63
49.31
49.70
62.79
71.55
60.00
85.94
63.98
79.98
91.15
47.71
48.00
47.71
64.74
65.32
82.28
55.47
55.93
70.64
80.43
60.00
64.67
65.29
Clock (MHz)
13.500
13.500
27.000
27.000
74.250
74.250
74.250
74.250
74.250
74.250
148.500
148.500
25.17
31.50
31.50
36.00
36.00
40.00
50.00
49.50
56.25
33.75
65.00
75.00
78.75
94.50
108.00
74.25
68.25
79.50
102.25
117.50
71.00
83.50
106.50
122.50
108.00
148.50
108.00
135.00
157.50
85.50
72.00
85.50
101.00
121.75
156.00
88.75
106.50
136.75
157.00
108.00
119.00
146.25
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3D Format
: Supported
: Not Supported
Computer input
Mode
Frequency
Vertical (Hz)
3D format
Clock (MHz)
Frame Sequential
Side by Side
Top and Bottom
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
640 × 480
59.93
25.17
800 × 600
60.32
40.00
1024 × 768
60.00
65.00
1280 × 960
60.00
108.00
1280 × 1024
60.02
108.00
1360 × 768
60.02
85.50
60.00
72.00
1366 × 768
1440 × 900
59.79
85.50
59.90
88.75
59.89
106.50
1600 × 900
60.00
108.00
1600 × 1200
60.00
162.00
1680 × 1050
59.88
119.00
59.95
146.25
Y/Pb/Pr input
Mode
480i
576i
480p
576p
720 / 60p
1080 / 60i
1080 / 60p
3D format
Frame Sequential
Side by Side
Top and Bottom
○
○
×
×
×
×
×
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Video input
Mode
NTSC
PAL
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3D format
Frame Sequential
Side by Side
Top and Bottom
○
○
×
×
×
×
List of Compatible Signals
HDMI input
Frequency
Mode
3D format
Vertical (Hz)
Clock (MHz)
640 × 480
59.93
25.17
800 × 600
60.32
40.00
1024 × 768
60.00
65.00
1280 × 960
60.00
108.00
1280 × 1024
60.02
108.00
1360 × 768
60.02
85.50
1366 × 768
60.00
72.00
59.79
85.50
59.90
88.75
59.89
106.50
1600 × 900
60.00
108.00
1600 × 1200
60.00
162.00
1440 × 900
1680 × 1050
59.88
119.00
59.95
146.25
480i
59.940
13.500
576i
50.000
13.500
480p
59.940
27.000
576p
50.000
27.000
720 / 60p
60.000
74.250
1080 / 60i
60.000
74.250
1080 / 60p
60.000
148.500
50.000
148.500
720 / 50p
(Frame Packing)
720 / 60p
(Frame Packing)
1080 / 24p
(Frame Packing)
1080 / 50i
(Side by Side)
1080 / 60i
(Side by Side)
720 / 50p
(Top and Bottom)
720 / 60p
(Top and Bottom)
1080 / 24p
(Top and Bottom)
59.940/60.000
148.350/148.500
23.976/24.000
148.350/148.500
50.000
59.940/60.000
50.000
74.250
74.176/74.250
74.250
59.940/60.000
74.176/74.250
23.976/24.000
74.176/74.250
Frame
Sequential
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Side by Side
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
×
×
×
○
○
×
×
×
Top and
Bottom
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
×
×
×
×
×
○
○
○
Frame
Packing
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
○
○
○
×
×
×
×
×
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7. Appendix
Specifications for Ports
Computer In Port
Pin assignment
11
6
15
10
1
5
Pin No.
90
CLB064
Pin description
During RGB input
During Y/Pb/Pr input
1
Video signal (R)
Color difference signal (Pr)
2
Video signal (G)
Luminance signal (Y)
3
Video signal (B)
Color difference signal (Pb)
4
N.C
5
GND
6
GND (R)
GND (Pr)
7
GND (G)
GND (Y)
8
GND (B)
GND (Pb)
9
N.C
10
GND
11
N.C
12
I2C Data
13
Horizontal sync signal
14
Vertical sync signal
15
I2C CLOCK
Specifications for Ports
Input Signal
• RGB input
RGB signals: 0.7V (p-p), 75
Horizontal sync signal: TTL level (Pos/neg polarity)
Vertical sync signal: TTL level (Pos/neg polarity)
• Y/Pb/Pr input
Y signal: 1.0V (p-p), 75
Pb/Pr signals: 0.7V (p-p), 75
Control Port
Interface format
Communication method
RS-232C, 115,200bps, No Parity, Data Length: 8 bits; Stop Bit
Length: 1bit
Communication format
#(23h)’ + Command + CR (0Dh)
Only 1 command valid per communication.
For the available commands, see "Main commands".
Data format
For input commands, only ASCII-compliant all-uppercase
alphanumeric characters supported.
Replies
• Acknowledge (Aborted)
'=(3Dh)' + Command(3byte) + ':(3Ah)' + 'E(45h)' + 'R(52h)' +
'0(30h)' + CR(0Dh)
• No acknowledge
'=(3Dh)' + 'E(45h)' + 'R(52h)' + '0(30h)' + CR(0Dh)
For details of Acknowledge (Normally ended), see "Main
commands".
Main commands
Command
Acknowledge
(Normally ended) *
Power on
PON
=PON:SC0
Power off
POF
=POF:SC0
Item
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Command
Acknowledge
(Normally ended) *
Guidance display on
ICN:1
=ICN:1
Guidance display off
ICN:0
=ICN:0
PAT
=PAT:SC0
Status display on
DON
=DON:SC0
Status display off
DOF
=DOF:SC0
Computer input
INP:1
=INP:1
HDMI input
INP:5
=INP:5
Item
Auto setting (RGB input)
* CR is added to the end of "Acknowledge (Normally ended)".
• The control port is for service representatives or administrators of the projector.
• A USB driver must be installed to control the projector using the control port. For details, contact
your service representative.
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Information
Information
Where to Inquire
Contact your sales or service representative for further information about topics covered in this manual
or to inquire about topics not covered in this manual.
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7. Appendix
Trademarks
Adobe, Acrobat, and Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
DLP is a registered trademark of Texas Instruments. DLP Link is a trademark of Texas Instruments.
HDMI and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing, LLC.
Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
VGA is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other
countries, or both.
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and might be trademarks of their
respective companies. We disclaim any and all rights to those marks.
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INDEX
3D format............................................................... 88
3D Projection......................................................... 55
A
AC In socket........................................................... 16
Accessories............................................................ 12
Adjustable feet................................................ 14, 33
Adjusting for keystone distortion.......................... 34
Adjusting the focus................................................ 33
Adjusting the projected image............................. 33
Adjusting the projection angle............................. 33
Adjusting the volume............................................. 37
Air filter................................................................... 75
Angle of the projection......................................... 33
Arrow buttons.................................................. 14, 17
Aspect.....................................................................54
Audio In port.......................................................... 15
Audio Out port.......................................................15
Auto Input Search.................................................. 59
Auto Keystone........................................................54
Auto Set Signals.................................................... 52
AV Mute button.........................................13, 17, 39
B
B-level..................................................................... 51
Background on No Signal....................................59
Basic operations.................................................... 29
Beep....................................................................... 59
Blanking the image................................................ 39
Bottom view........................................................... 16
Brightness............................................................... 50
C
Changing the settings............................................ 47
Cleaning.................................................... 75, 76, 77
Closed Caption..................................................... 56
Color Saturation.................................................... 51
Common problems................................................ 68
Compatible signals................................................ 85
Compatible signals (Computer input).................. 86
Compatible signals (HDMI input)........................ 87
Compatible signals (Video input)......................... 85
Compatible signals (Y/Pb/Pr input).................... 85
Computer In port............................................. 15, 90
Connecting a computer.................................. 25, 26
Connecting an external speaker.......................... 27
Connecting AV equipment............................. 26, 27
Connecting equipment.......................................... 25
Consumables......................................................... 82
Contrast.................................................................. 50
Control panel......................................................... 13
Control port............................................................ 91
Copyrights to Images.............................................. 4
Current Time........................................................... 64
D
D-sub to component video cable......................... 27
Default Settings 1 menu........................................ 59
Default Settings 2 menu........................................ 60
Detailed Signal Settings................................. 52, 53
Digital zoom function............................................ 35
Display Guidance................................................. 59
Display Position..................................................... 55
Display Status........................................................ 63
Display/Sound Settings menu..............................54
DVI-to-HDMI cable............................................... 26
E
Eco button........................................................ 18, 39
Eco Mode.............................................................. 39
Eco Time Ratio....................................................... 63
Effective range....................................................... 19
Energy Saving Settings menu............................... 57
Enlarging the image.............................................. 38
Enter button......................................................13, 18
Error........................................................................ 65
Exhaust vents.......................................................... 15
External speaker.................................................... 27
F
Fan Error.................................................................65
Focus...................................................................... 33
Focus lever............................................................. 15
Freeze button...................................................17, 39
Freezing the image................................................ 39
Frequency.............................................................. 63
95
Front view............................................................... 14
M
G
Hardware Error..................................................... 65
HDMI cable.....................................................25, 26
HDMI port.............................................................. 15
High Altitude Mode...............................................62
How to read this manual......................................... 7
Magnify button................................................ 17, 38
Main functions....................................................... 11
Main FW Version.................................................. 64
Manuals................................................................... 6
Menu button.................................................... 13, 17
Menu screen............................................. 45, 47, 49
Model-specific information..................................... 8
Music...................................................................... 43
Muting the audio................................................... 39
I
N
ID button.......................................................... 18, 21
Image Adjustment menu........................................50
Image Eco.............................................................. 57
Important.................................................................. 4
Indicator display list.............................................. 65
Input........................................................................ 63
Input button...................................................... 13, 17
Inquiry.................................................................... 93
Installation Error.....................................................65
Intake vents............................................................ 15
Introduction.............................................................. 4
Narration............................................................... 43
Noise Reduction.................................................... 51
Notes........................................................................ 7
Number buttons..................................................... 17
G-level.................................................................... 51
H
K
Kensington slot....................................................... 16
Key Lock................................................................. 62
Keystone.................................................................54
Keystone button...............................................18, 34
Knowledge Base................................................... 71
L
Lamp....................................................................... 78
Lamp cover............................................................ 16
Lamp indicator....................................................... 14
Lamp Power........................................................... 57
Lamp Pwr on No Signal........................................ 57
Lamp Reset Count.................................................. 63
Lamp Time.............................................................. 63
Language............................................................... 60
Laptop computer....................................................31
Left-side view......................................................... 14
Loading batteries................................................... 20
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O
Operating Instructions............................................. 6
Operating precautions.......................................... 73
Operations while projecting images....................37
P
Page buttons.......................................................... 18
Picture Mode......................................................... 50
Positioning the projector....................................... 23
Power button...................................... 13, 17, 29, 32
Power Off on No Signal....................................... 57
Power On Method................................................ 61
Power on Standby................................................. 58
Power Timer..................................................... 41, 60
Precautions.........................................................9, 73
Presentation timer.................................................. 40
Projecting an image.............................................. 30
Projecting the computer's screen.......................... 31
Projection distance................................................ 24
Projection height.................................................... 24
Projection Mode............................................. 23, 61
Projection screen size............................................ 24
Projection window.......................................... 14, 76
Projector parts........................................................ 13
R
R-Click button.........................................................18
R-level..................................................................... 51
Read This First.......................................................... 6
Rear view............................................................... 15
Reducing the size of the projected image........... 35
Remote control.......................................... 17, 19, 20
Remote Control ID.......................................... 21, 61
Remote control receiver........................................ 14
Replacing the lamp............................................... 78
Reset All........................................................... 49, 62
Resolution............................................................... 63
Restoring the settings............................................. 49
RGB cable.............................................................. 25
RGB Input Range................................................... 52
Right-side view....................................................... 15
S
Security slot............................................................ 16
Sharpness............................................................... 50
Signal Format......................................................... 63
Sound button.............................................18, 37, 43
Sound Quality...........................................37, 43, 56
Speaker.................................................................. 14
Specifications for ports.......................................... 90
Specifications for the projector.............................83
Start Guide............................................................... 6
Start menu.............................................................. 30
Start on Input Detection.........................................61
Start-up Screen...................................................... 59
Startup Password................................................... 62
Symbols.................................................................... 7
Sync........................................................................ 63
U
Ultra Short Throw Projector Setting Guide............ 6
User Logo............................................................... 59
V
Video cable............................................................26
Video In port.......................................................... 15
Video Mode...........................................................63
Volume button................................................. 18, 37
W
Wall Color Mode.................................................. 55
Where to inquire................................................... 93
Z
Zoom...................................................................... 54
Zoom button.................................................... 18, 35
T
Temp indicator....................................................... 14
Temperature Error................................................. 65
Timer button..................................................... 18, 40
Tint.......................................................................... 51
Top view................................................................. 13
Total CO2 Reduction............................................ 63
Total Time............................................................... 63
Trademarks............................................................ 94
Troubleshooting.............................................. 65, 68
Turning off the projector........................................ 32
Turning on the projector........................................ 29
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