Sony BRAVIA VPL-HW10, VPLHW10 - BRAVIA - SXRD Projector User manual

Sony BRAVIA VPL-HW10, VPLHW10 - BRAVIA - SXRD Projector User manual
3-876-649-15 (1)
Video Projector
Operating Instructions
VPL-HW10
© 2008 Sony Corporation
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus
to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not
open the cabinet. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel only.
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE
EARTHED.
This symbol is intended to
alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to
alert the user to the presence
of important operating and
maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the
appliance.
For customers in the USA
If you have any questions about this product,
you may call:
Sony Customer Information Service Center
1-800-222-7669 or http://www.sony.com/
The number below is for FCC related
matters only.
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Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: SONY
Model No.: VPL-HW10
Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc.
Address: 16530 Via Esprillo, San Diego, CA
92127 U.S.A.
Telephone Number: 858-942-2230
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in
a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to operate
this equipment.
All interface cables used to connect
peripherals must be shielded in order to
comply with the limits for a digital device
pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC
Rules.
Disposal of Used Lamp
This projector’s lamp contains mercury and
should be disposed of properly. Consult your
local authorities regarding safe disposal.
The material contained in this lamp are
similar to those of a fluorescent lamp, so you
should dispose of it in the same way.
Trademark Information
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing
LLC.
“Blu-ray Disc” is a trademark.
For customers in the United States
Lamp in this product contains mercury.
Disposal of these materials may be regulated
due to environmental considerations. For
disposal or recycling information, please
contact your local authorities or the
Electronic Industries Alliance
(www.eiae.org).
For customers in Europe
The manufacturer of this product is Sony
Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku
Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan. The Authorized
Representative for EMC and product safety
is Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger
Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany. For
any service or guarantee matters please refer
to the addresses given in separate service or
guarantee documents.
For kundene i Norge
Dette utstyret kan kobles til et ITstrømfordelingssystem.
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For customers in Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
For customers in Europe
Disposal of waste
batteries (applicable
in the European
Union and other
European countries
with separate
collection systems)
This symbol on the battery or on the
packaging indicates that the battery provided
with this product shall not be treated as
household waste.
By ensuring these batteries are disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potentially
negative consequences for the environment
and human health which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of
the battery. The recycling of the materials
will help to conserve natural resources.
In case of products that for safety,
performance or data integrity reasons
require a permanent connection with an
incorporated battery, this battery should be
replaced by qualified service staff only.
To ensure that the battery will be treated
properly, hand over the product at end-oflife to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment.
For all other batteries, please view the
section on how to remove the battery from
the product safely. Hand the battery over to
the applicable collection point for the
recycling of waste batteries.
For more detailed information about
recycling of this product or battery, please
contact your local Civic Office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
The socket-outlet should be installed near
the equipment and be easily accessible.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS
REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT
TYPE.
DISPOSED OF USED BATTERIES
ACCORDING TO THE LOCAL RULES.
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Disposal of Old Electrical &
Electronic Equipment (Applicable
in the European Union and other
European countries with separate
collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its
packaging indicates that this product
shall not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. By ensuring this product is
disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this
product. The recycling of materials will
help to conserve natural resources. For
more detailed information about
recycling of this product, please contact
your local Civic Office, your household
waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
For customers in Taiwan only
Table of Contents
Precautions .........................................7
Location of Controls
Front/Right Side .................................8
Rear/Bottom .......................................9
Remote Control ................................10
Connections and
Preparations
Unpacking ........................................11
Step 1: Installing the Projector .........12
Before Setting Up the
Projector .....................................12
Positioning the Projector and a
screen ..........................................14
Step 2: Connecting the Projector .....18
Projecting
Projecting the Picture on the
Screen .............................................. 28
Turning Off the Power ............... 29
Selecting the Wide Screen Mode .... 30
Selecting the Picture Viewing
Mode ............................................... 32
Adjusting the Picture Quality .......... 33
Adjusting the Picture Using Real
Color Processing .............................. 34
Using Other Functions ..................... 36
Using the Menus
Operation through the Menus .......... 37
Picture Menu ................................... 41
Connecting to a VCR .................18
Connecting to a Computer ..........21
Step 3: Adjusting the Picture
Position .............................................22
Advanced Picture Menu .................. 44
Step 4: Selecting the Menu
Language ..........................................26
Installation Menu ............................. 50
Screen Menu .................................... 45
Setup Menu ...................................... 47
Function Menu ................................. 49
Information Menu ............................ 52
About the Preset Memory No. ... 53
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Others
About the Control for HDMI ........... 54
About the x.v.Color ......................... 54
Troubleshooting ............................... 55
Warning Indicators ..................... 57
Message Lists ............................. 58
Replacing the Lamp and the Air Filter
and Cleaning the Ventilation Holes
(intake) ............................................. 59
Cleaning the Air Filter ..................... 62
Fitting the Lens Cap ......................... 62
Cleaning and the Screen of the
Projector ........................................... 63
Specifications ................................... 64
Preset Signals ............................. 66
Input Signals and Adjustable/
Setting Items ............................... 69
Ceiling Installation ........................... 71
Index ............................................... 75
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Precautions
On safety
• Check that the operating voltage of your
unit is identical with the voltage of your
local power supply.
• Should any liquid or solid object fall into
the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it
checked by qualified personnel before
operating it further.
• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is
not to be used for several days.
• To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the
plug. Never pull the cord itself.
• The wall outlet should be near the unit and
easily accessible.
• The unit is not disconnected to the AC
power source (mains) as long as it is
connected to the wall outlet, even if the
unit itself has been turned off.
• Do not look into the lens while the lamp is
on.
• Do not place your hand or objects near the
ventilation holes. The air coming out is
hot.
On preventing internal heat buildup
After you turn off the power with the I/1
(ON/STANDBY) switch, do not disconnect
the unit from the wall outlet while the
cooling fan is still running.
Caution
The projector is equipped with ventilation
holes (intake) and ventilation holes
(exhaust). Do not block or place anything
near these holes, or internal heat build-up
may occur, causing picture degradation or
damage to the projector.
On repacking
Save the original shipping carton and
packing material; they will come in handy if
you ever have to ship your unit. For
maximum protection, repack your unit as it
was originally packed at the factory.
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Location of Controls
Front/Right Side
You can use the buttons on the control panel with the same names as those on the remote
control to operate the projector.
Control panel
Lens shift dials (1 page 23)
M/m/</, (arrow)/
(enter) button (1 page 37)
MENU button (1 page 37)
LAMP/COVER
indicator
(1 page 57) ON/STANDBY
indicator
(1 page 22)
INPUT button (1 page 28)
?/1 (ON/STANDBY) switch (1 page 23)
Note
Ventilation
While the ON/STANDBY indicator
holes (exhaust) lights in orange, the power saving
(1 page 13)
mode is on. (1 page 47)
Remote control detector (1 page 22)
Zoom lever (1 page 25)
Focus ring (1 page 25)
Ventilation holes (exhaust) (1 page 13)
- AC IN socket
HDMI 1 connector (1 page 19)
HDMI 2 connector (1 page 19)
INPUT A connector (1 page 21)
S VIDEO INPUT connector (mini DIN 4-pin)/VIDEO INPUT
connector (phono type) (1 page 20)
Y PB/CB PR/CR connector
(phono type) (1 page 18)
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REMOTE connector
Connects to a computer,
etc. for remote control
Location of Controls
Rear/Bottom
Ventilation holes (intake)
(1 page 13)
Ventilation holes (intake)
(1 page 13)
Ventilation holes (intake)
(1 page 13)
Ventilation holes (intake)
(1 page 13)
Lamp cover (1 page 60)
Adjusters (1 page 25)
Filter holder (1 page 61)
Ventilation holes (intake)
(1 page 13)
Projector suspension
support attaching hole
(1 page 71)
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Remote Control
Infrared transmitter
LIGHT button
Illuminates the buttons on
the remote control.
INPUT button
(1 page 28)
FREEZE button
(1 page 36)
?/1 (On/standby)
switch (1 page 23)
PIC MUTING button
(1 page 36)
APA (Auto Pixel
Alignment) button
(1 page 36)
RESET button
(1 page 37)
M/m/</, (arrow)/
(enter) buttons
(1 page 37)
MENU button
(1 page 37)
WIDE MODE button
(1 page 30)
RCP (Real Color
Processing) button
(1 page 34)
ADJ PIC (Adjust Picture)
button (1 page 33)
PICTURE MODE buttons
(1 page 32)
CONTRAST +/– button
(1 page 42)
BRIGHT +/– button
(1 page 42)
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Connections and Preparations
Unpacking
Check the carton to make sure it contains the following items:
• Remote control (1) and
Size AA (R6) batteries (2)
• AC power cord (1)
• Lens cap (1)
When you have purchased the projector,
the lens cap is put onto the lens.
Remove this lens cap when you use the
projector.
• Operating Instructions (this manual)
Inserting the batteries into the remote control
Push and slide to open.
Insert the batteries E side first as shown in the illustration.
Inserting them forcibly or with the polarities reversed may
cause a short circuit and may generate heat.
Caution about handling the remote control
• Handle the remote control with care. Do not drop or step on it, or spill liquid of any kind
onto it.
• Do not place the remote in a location near a heat source, a place subject to direct
sunlight, or a damp room.
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Connections and Preparations
This section describes how to install the projector and screen, how to connect the
equipment from which you want to project the picture, etc.
Step 1: Installing the Projector
The projector displays pictures output from
a VCR or other device.
The lens shift allows you to have broader
options for placing the projector and
viewing pictures easily.
Installing the projector in such a location
may cause a malfunction of the unit due to
moisture condensation or rise in
temperature.
Near a heat or smoke sensor
Before Setting Up the
Projector
Unsuitable installation
Do not place the projector in the following
situations, which may cause malfunction
or damage to the projector.
Malfunction of the sensor may occur.
Poorly ventilated location
Very dusty and extremely smoky
locations
Leave space of more than 30 cm (11 7/8 inches)
around the unit.
Install in a location away from walls
Hot and humid
To maintain the performance and
reliability of the projector, allow at
least 30 cm (11 7/8 inches) between
the projector and walls.
30 cm
(11 7/8 inches)
30 cm
30 cm
(11 7/8 inches)
(11 7/8 inches)
Locations subject to direct cool or
warm air from an air-conditioner
30 cm
(11 7/8 inches)
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Improper use
Do not do any of the following while using
the projector.
Ventilation holes
(intake)
Ventilation holes
(exhaust)
15° or more
Avoid using the projector tilted at an angle
of more than 15 degrees.
Do not install the projector anywhere other
than on a level surface or on the ceiling.
Installing the projector in such a location
may result in uneven color uniformity or
reduce the reliability of the effects of the
lamp.
When installing the unit at altitudes
Tip
For details on the location of the ventilation
holes (intake or exhaust), see “Location of
Controls” (1 page 8).
Tilting front/rear and left/right
When using the projector at an altitude of
1,500 m or higher, set “Cooling Setting” in the
Setup
menu to “High” (1 page 47).
Failing to set this mode when using the
projector at high altitudes could have adverse
effects, such as reducing the reliability of
certain components.
15° or more
15° or more
15° or more
15° or more
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Connections and Preparations
Blocking the ventilation holes (intake
or exhaust)
Positioning the Projector and a screen
The installation distance between the projector and a screen varies depending on the size
of the screen or whether or not you use the lens shift features.
1
Determine the installation position of the projector and screen.
You can obtain a good quality picture if you position the projector so that the center
of the lens is within the area indicated in gray in the illustration.
Use the values L, x and y in the table on page 15 or 16 as a guide.
Screen
*
**
* Installation position not using lens shift (x = 0, y = 0)
** Example of installation position using lens shift (x, y)
L: Distance between the screen and the front end of the projector’s lens.
x: Horizontal distance between the center of the screen and the center of the
projector’s lens.
y: Vertical distance between the center of the screen and the center of the projector’s
lens.
For installation of the projector on a ceiling, see “Ceiling Installation.” (1 page 71)
For details on the lens shift feature, see “Step 3: Adjusting the Picture Position.”
(1 page 22)
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When using the 16:9 aspect ratio screen size
Screen Size
SS (inches)
40
60
80
100
120
150
200
250
300
1016
1524
2032
2540
3048
3810
5080
6350
7620
1201
1825
2448
3072
3695
4631
6189
7748
9307
(71 7/8)
2782
(96 1/2)
3723
(121)
maximum
(47 3/8)
1840
L
x
(72 1/2)
0
(145 1/2) (182 3/8) (243 3/4) (305 1/8) (366 1/2)
5605
7017
9371
11724
14077
4664
(109 5/8) (146 5/8) (183 5/8) (220 3/4) (276 3/8)
0
0
0
0
0
(369)
0
(461 5/8) (554 1/4)
0
0
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
324
486
648
809
971
1214
1619
2024
2428
(12 7/8)
(19 1/4)
(25 5/8)
(31 7/8)
(38 1/4)
(47 7/8)
(63 3/4)
(79 3/4)
(95 5/8)
44
(1 3/4)
66
(2 5/8)
89
(3 5/8)
111
(4 3/8)
133
(5 1/4)
166
(6 5/8)
221
(8 3/4)
277
(11)
332
(13 1/8)
259
(10 1/4)
389
(15 3/8)
518
(20 1/2)
648
(25 5/8)
777
(30 5/8)
971
(38 1/4)
1295
(51)
1619
(63 3/4)
1943
(76 1/2)
89
(3 5/8)
133
(5 1/4)
177
(7)
221
(8 3/4)
266
(10 1/2)
332
(13 1/8)
443
(17 1/2)
553
(21 7/8)
664
(26 1/4)
194
(7 3/4)
291
(11 1/2)
389
(15 3/8)
486
(19 1/4)
583
(23)
728
(28 3/4)
971
(38 1/4)
1214
(47 7/8)
1457
(57 3/8)
x
133
(5 1/4)
199
(7 7/8)
266
(10 1/2)
332
(13 1/8)
398
(15 3/4)
498
(19 5/8)
664
(26 1/4)
830
(32 3/4)
996
(39 1/4)
y
130
(5 1/8)
194
(7 3/4)
259
(10 1/4)
324
(12 7/8)
389
(15 3/8)
486
(19 1/4)
648
(25 5/8)
809
(31 7/8)
971
(38 1/4)
x
177
266
(10 1/2)
354
(21)
664
(26 1/4)
886
(14)
443
(17 1/2)
531
(7)
(35)
1107
(43 5/8)
1328
(52 3/8)
65
(2 5/8)
97
(3 7/8)
130
(5 1/8)
162
(6 1/2)
194
(7 3/4)
243
(9 5/8)
324
(12 7/8)
405
(16)
486
(19 1/4)
221
(8 3/4)
332
(13 1/8)
443
(17 1/2)
553
(21 7/8)
664
(26 1/4)
830
(32 3/4)
1107
(43 5/8)
1384
(54 1/2)
1660
(65 3/8)
y
x
y
x
y
y
x
y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
Unit: mm (inches)
To calculate the installation positions
L (minimum) = 31.1781 (1 7/32) × SS – 46.1543 (1 13/16)
L (maximum) = 47.0644 (1 27/32) × SS – 42.3308 (1 21/32)
y = –1.463 × x (mm or inch) + 8.0942 (5/16) × SS
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Connections and Preparations
(mm)
minimum
When using the 4:3 aspect ratio screen size
Screen Size
SS (inches)
40
60
80
100
120
150
200
250
(mm)
1016
1524
2032
2540
3048
3810
5080
6350
7620
minimum
1480
2243
3006
3770
4533
5677
7585
9493
11401
(58 3/8)
(88 3/8)
2262
(89 1/8)
3414
4566
5718
6870
8598
(134 1/2) (179 7/8) (225 1/8) (270 1/2) (338 5/8)
L
maximum
x
y
x
y
x
y
14357
17237
(565 1/4) (678 5/8)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
396
(15 5/8)
594
(23 1/2)
81
792
(31 1/4)
991
(39 1/8)
1189
(46 7/8)
1981
108
(4 3/8)
163
(6 1/2)
1486
(58 5/8)
203
54
(2 1/4)
634
135
(5 3/8)
792
(25)
(31 1/4)
951
(37 1/2)
217
(8 5/8)
271
(10 3/4)
325
(12 7/8)
475
(18 3/4)
594
(23 1/2)
713
(28 1/8)
325
(12 7/8)
406
(9 5/8)
(16)
488
(19 1/4)
158
238
317
396
475
(6 1/4)
(9 3/8)
(12 1/2)
(15 5/8)
(18 3/4)
217
(8 5/8)
325
(12 7/8)
119
433
(17 1/8)
542
(21 3/8)
650
(25 5/8)
158
(6 1/4)
198
(7 7/8)
677
238
(9 3/8)
317
(12 1/2)
108
(4 3/8)
163
(6 1/2)
x
(452)
(0)
x
y
11478
0
238
(9 3/8)
x
(118 3/8) (148 1/2) (178 1/2) (223 5/8) (298 5/8) (373 3/4) (448 7/8)
(0)
y
y
300
79
(3 1/8)
(3 1/4)
475
(18 3/4)
163
(6 1/2)
357
(14 1/8)
244
(4 3/4)
406
(78)
2477
2972
(97 5/8) (117 1/8)
271
(10 3/4)
339
(13 3/8)
1585
(62 1/2)
1981
(78)
2377
(93 5/8)
542
(21 3/8)
677
(26 3/4)
813
(32 1/8)
1189
(46 7/8)
1486
(58 5/8)
1783
(70 1/4)
813
(32 1/8)
1016
1219
(40)
(48)
792
991
1189
(31 1/4)
(39 1/8)
(46 7/8)
1084
(42 3/4)
1355
(53 3/8)
1626
(64 1/8)
396
(15 5/8)
495
(19 1/2)
594
(23 1/2)
1355
(53 3/8)
1693
(66 3/4)
2032
(40)
(8)
1189
(46 7/8)
406
(16)
892
(35 1/8)
610
(24 1/8)
594
(23 1/2)
813
(32 1/8)
297
(11 3/4)
1016
406
(16)
271
(10 3/4)
(16)
542
(21 3/8)
(26 3/4)
813
(32 1/8)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(80)
Unit: mm (inches)
To calculate the installation positions
L (minimum) = 38.1569 (1 1/2) × SS – 46.1543 (1 13/16)
L (maximum) = 57.5992 (2 9/32) × SS – 42.3308 (1 21/32)
y = –1.463 × x (mm or inch) + 9.9060 (3/8) × SS
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2
Position the projector so that the lens is parallel to the screen.
Top view
Screen
Project an image on the screen and adjust the picture so that it fits the
screen. (1 page 22)
To project an image, connect video equipment to the projector. (1 page 18)
Note
When using a screen with an uneven surface, stripes pattern may rarely appear on the screen
depending on the distance between the screen and the projector or the zooming magnifications. This
is not a malfunction of the projector.
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Connections and Preparations
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Step 2: Connecting the Projector
When making connections, be sure to do the following:
• Turn off all equipment before making any connections.
• Use the proper cables for each connection.
• Insert the cable plugs properly; poor connection at the plugs may cause a malfunction or
poor picture quality. When pulling out a cable, be sure to pull it out from the plug, not
the cable itself.
• Refer to the operating instructions of the connected equipment.
Connecting to a VCR
To connect to a DVD player/recorder or Blu-ray Disc player/recorder
equipped with component video connectors
Speakers
AV amplifier
Right side of the projector
DVD player/recorder,
Blu-ray Disc player/recorder,
etc., with component video
connectors
Component video cable (not supplied)
: Video signal flow
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To connect to a DVD player/recorder or Blu-ray Disc player/
recorder equipped with HDMI output
Right side of the projector
AV amplifier
Speakers
DVD player/recorder or Bluray Disc player/recorder,
etc., with the HDMI output
to HDMI output
HDMI cable (not supplied)
: Video signal flow
When using an optional HDMI cable, be sure to use
a cable that has acquired the HDMI logo.
Notes
• When connecting equipment to the HDMI input of the projector, be sure to use
equipment that have acquired the HDMI logo.
• When connecting an HDMI cable to the projector, make sure the V mark on the upper
part of the HDMI input of the projector and the v mark on the connector of the cable is
set at the same position.
• If the picture from equipment connected to the projector with an HDMI cable is not
clear, check the settings of the connected equipment.
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Control for HDMI is an HDMI standard mutual control function which uses the HDMI CEC
(Consumer Electronics Control) specification.
This projector supports DeepColor, x.v.Color, LipSync and computer input signal of HDMI
standards. It also supports HDCP.
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Connections and Preparations
You can enjoy better picture quality by connecting a DVD player/recorder or Blu-ray Disc
player/recorder equipped with HDMI output to the HDMI input of the projector.
Moreover, if you have a Control for HDMI compatible equipment, you can operate the
projector synchronizing with the Control for HDMI compatible equipment. For details,
see the Function
menu (1 page 49) and “About the Control for HDMI” (1 page 54).
To connect to a VCR equipped with the S video connector or
video connector
You can connect a DVD player/recorder, hard disk video recorder, VCR or laser disk
player, which is not equipped with component video connectors.
Right side of the projector
Speakers
AV amplifier
Video equipment
to S video or
video output
S video or video cable (not supplied)
: Video signal flow
Tip
If you do not know to which connector you should connect the cable, S VIDEO INPUT (S video
input connector) or VIDEO INPUT (video input connector), connect it to S VIDEO to enjoy better
picture quality.
If the equipment to be connected has no S video connector, connect the cable to the video output.
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Connecting to a Computer
Right side of the projector
Connections and Preparations
Computer
to monitor output
HD-Dsub15 pin cable (not supplied) or HDMI cable (not supplied)
: Video signal flow
When using an optional HDMI cable, be sure to use
a cable that has acquired the HDMI logo.
Tip
When connecting an HD-Dsub15 pin cable, set “Input-A Signal Sel.” in the Setup
menu to
“Auto” or “Computer.” If the input signal does not appear properly, set it to “Computer.” (1
pages 48, 58)
Notes
• When connecting an HDMI cable, make sure the V mark on the upper part of the HDMI
input of the projector and the v mark on the connector of the cable is set at the same
position.
• If you set your computer, such as a notebook type, to output the signal to both
computer’s display and this equipment, the picture of the equipment may not appear
properly. Set your computer to output the signal to only the external monitor.
For details, refer to the computer’s operating instructions supplied with your computer.
For settings of the computer, consult with the manufacturer of the computer.
• If the picture from equipment connected to the projector with an HDMI cable is not
clear, check the settings of the connected equipment.
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Step 3: Adjusting the Picture Position
Project an image on the screen and then adjust the picture position.
1
ON/STANDBY indicator
4 INPUT button
5 Lens shift dials
Remote control
detector
2
6, 7
Zoom lever,
Focus ring
?/1 (On/
standby)
switch
Tip
(joystick) buttons on the side
The ?/1 (ON/STANDBY), INPUT, MENU, and M/m/</,/
panel of the projector function the same as those on the remote control.
Note
Depending on the installation location of the projector, you may not control it with the remote
control. In this case, point the remote control to the screen instead of the projector.
1
Lights in red.
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After connecting the AC cord to
the projector plug the AC cord
into a wall outlet.
The ON/STANDBY indicator lights
in red and the projector goes into
standby mode.
Press the ?/1 (ON/STANDBY)
switch to turn on the projector.
The ON/STANDBY indicator flashes
in green, and then lights in green.
When the ON/STANDBY indicator
flashes, “Starting...” appears on the
screen.
3
Turn on the equipment
connected to the projector.
Refer to the operating instructions of
the connected equipment.
4
Press INPUT to project the
picture on the screen.
Each time you press the button, the
input indication and equipment to be
projected change. (1 page 28)
Flashes in green for
a while (tens of
seconds) and then
lights in green.
Tips
• You can select the desired language for the menu screen. For details, refer to “Step 4: Selecting
the Menu Language”. (1 page 26)
• When “Auto Input Search” is set to “On” in the Function
menu, the input terminal with
effective signals is automatically displayed by pressing INPUT. (1 page 49)
5
Move both lens shift dials to
adjust the picture position.
To adjust the vertical
position
To adjust the horizontal position
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Connections and Preparations
2
To adjust the horizontal position
Turn the lens shift dial right or left.
The picture projected on the screen moves right or left by a maximum of 25% of the screen
width from the center of the lens.
25%
1 screen width
25%
Top view
: Picture position when moving the picture to the left
at maximum
: Picture position when moving the picture to the
right at maximum
To adjust the vertical position
Turn the lens shift dial up or down.
The picture projected on the screen moves up or down by a maximum of 65% of the screen
height from the center of the lens.
Side view
65%
1
screen
height
65%
: Picture position when moving the picture upward at
maximum
: Picture position when moving the picture downward at
maximum
Note
When you use both the horizontal and vertical lens shift features at the same time, the distance the
picture projected on the screen moves differ depending on how much the lens shift is adjusted. For
details, see the table on page 15 or 16.
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Adjust the picture size using the
zoom lever.
7
Adjust the focus using the focus
ring.
Zoom lever
Focus ring
To adjust the tilt of the installation surface
If the projector is installed on an uneven surface, use the adjusters to keep the projector
level.
Turn to adjust.
Adjusters
Note
Be careful not to catch your finger when turning the adjusters.
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Connections and Preparations
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Step 4: Selecting the Menu Language
You can select one of 16 languages for displaying the menu and other on-screen displays.
The factory default setting is English. To change the current menu language, set the
desired language with the menu screen.
2,3,4
M/m/</,
(arrow)/
(enter)
buttons
1
MENU button
1
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Press MENU.
The menu appears.
Press M/m to select the Setup
menu, and press , or
.
The setting items of the selected menu
appears.
3
Press M/m to select “Language,”
and press , or
.
4
Press M/m/</, to select a
language, and press
.
The menu changes to the selected
language.
Connections and Preparations
2
To clear the menu
Press MENU.
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Projecting
This section describes how to operate the projector to view the picture from the equipment
connected to the projector. It also describes how to adjust the quality of the picture to suit
your taste.
Projecting the Picture on the Screen
1
Power on both the equipment
and the device connected to the
equipment.
2
Press INPUT repeatedly to
select the input you want to
project on the screen.
Display the indication of the input you
want.
Example: To view the picture
from the video
equipment connected
to the VIDEO INPUT
connector.
To view the picture from
Press INPUT to display
Video equipment connected to the VIDEO INPUT connector
Video
Video equipment connected to the S VIDEO INPUT connector
S-Video
Component equipment connected to the Y PB/CB PR/CR connector
Component
RGB/component equipment connected to the INPUT A connector
Input-A*
Equipment connected to the HDMI 1 connector
HDMI 1
Equipment connected to the HDMI 2 connector
HDMI 2
* Set the “Input-A Signal Sel.” setting in the Setup
menu according to the signal input. When
you set it to “Auto,” and cannot display the picture properly, select an appropriate signal
according to the input signal. (1 pages 48, 53)
Tips
• When “Auto Input Search” is set to “On” in the Function
menu, the input terminal with
effective signals is automatically displayed by pressing INPUT.
• When the “Control for HDMI” is set to “On” in the Function
menu, the input terminal with
effective signals is automatically displayed, synchronizing with the operation of the equipment
connected to HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 input of the projector. (Only when the connected equipment
supports Control for HDMI compatible.)
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Notes on input of HDMI signal
The projector adjusts the RGB dynamic range of the equipment connected with HDMI
cable to the following to suit the HDMI standard and display in best picture quality.
When video signal is input: Limited (16-235)
When computer signal is input: Full (0-255)
Turning Off the Power
1
Press the ?/1 (ON/STANDBY) switch.
A message “POWER OFF?” appears on the screen.
2
Press the ?/1 (ON/STANDBY) switch again before the message
disappears.
The ON/STANDBY indicator flashes in green and the fan continues to run to reduce the
internal heat. First, the ON/STANDBY indicator flashes quickly, during which you will
not be able to light up the ON/STANDBY indicator with the ?/1 (ON/STANDBY) switch.
3
Confirm that the fan stops running and the ON/STANDBY indicator lights
in red.
You can turn off the projector by holding the ?/1 (ON/STANDBY) switch for about 1
second, instead of performing the above steps.
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Projecting
When a signal other than those of HDMI standard is input, the following symptoms may
occur.
• When a video signal is input, the color gradation of the dark area or bright area may
become unclear, or texts may become faded. In this case, switch the RGB dynamic range
of the connected equipment to Limited (16-235). If this adjustment is unavailable, adjust
“Brightness”, “Contrast”, or “Sharpness” in the Picture
menu of the projector. (1
page 42)
• When a computer signal is input, the texts may become faded. In this case, adjust the
“Sharpness” in the Picture
menu. (1 page 42)
Selecting the Wide Screen Mode
You can enjoy various wide screen modes according to the video signal received.
Press WIDE MODE.
Each time you press the button, you can
select the “Wide Mode” setting.
You can also select it using the menu.
(1 page 45)
WIDE MODE
button
Original
image
When the Wide
Mode is operated
Wide Zoom
A 4:3 aspect ratio picture is enlarged
naturally to fill the screen. The upper and
lower portions of the screen are slightly
cut off.
Normal
A 4:3 aspect ratio picture is displayed in
the center of the screen and enlarged to fill
the screen vertically.
Squeezed
Full
A picture squeezed to 4:3 aspect ratio is
displayed in its original aspect ratio.
When a 4:3 aspect ratio picture is
displayed, the picture is enlarged
horizontally to fill the 16:9 screen.
Tip
Squeezed: An original 16:9 aspect ratio picture
is recorded horizontally compressed to a 4:3
picture.
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Letterbox picture with side panels
Zoom
Letterbox picture
Full 1 (When a computer
signal is input)
Displays a picture on the whole of the
screen without changing the aspect ratio
of the original picture.
Full 2 (When a computer
signal is input)
Displays a picture on the whole of the
screen.
Note
You can adjust the vertical position of the picture with “V Center” and “Vertical Size” in the Screen
menu only when “Zoom” is selected. (1 page 46)
Notes on selecting the wide screen mode
The projector is featured with the WIDE MODE. When changing the settings of WIDE
MODE, use caution as described below.
• Select the wide screen mode taking into account that changing the aspect ratio of the
original picture will provide a different look from that of the original image.
• Note that if the projector is used for profit or for public viewing, modifying the original
picture by switching to the wide mode may constitute an infringement of the rights of
authors or producers, which are legally protected.
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Projecting
A 16:9 aspect ratio picture is enlarged
vertically and horizontally in the same
ratio to fill the screen. Use this mode to
view a letterbox picture or a letterbox
picture with side panels.
If the subtitle of a movie, etc. is hidden
and cannot be seen, adjust the screen with
“Vertical Size” and “V Center” to display
the subtitle. (1 page 46)
Selecting the Picture Viewing Mode
You can select the picture viewing mode that best suits the type of program or room
conditions.
Press one of the
PICTURE MODE buttons
(DYNAMIC, STANDARD,
CINEMA and USER 1, USER 2
and USER 3).
DYNAMIC
Vivid picture quality that enhances the
sharpness and contrast of the picture.
PICTURE MODE
buttons
DYNAMIC
STANDARD
CINEMA
USER 1,
USER 2
and USER 3
STANDARD
Standard picture quality that emphasizes
on naturalness.
CINEMA
Picture quality suited for watching
movies.
USER 1, USER 2 and USER 3
You can adjust the quality of the picture to
suit your taste and store the settings into
the selected memory of the projector.
Press one of the USER 1, USER 2 and
USER 3 buttons, then adjust the picture
by using the buttons on the remote control
or the menus (1 pages 33, 41). The
settings are stored, and you can view the
picture with the adjusted picture quality
by pressing the button.
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Adjusting the Picture Quality
You can adjust the picture quality that suits your taste by selecting the adjustment items
with the remote control. The adjusted data can be stored in each picture mode.
2
M/m/</,
(arrow)
button
1
ADJ PIC
button
Press ADJ PIC.
Each time you press the button, the
following adjustment windows are
displayed repeatedly in sequence.
“Advanced Iris”, “Lamp Control”,
“Contrast”, “Brightness”, “Color”,
“Hue”, “Color Temp.”, “Sharpness”,
“NR”, “MPEG NR”, “Film Mode”,
“Black Level Adj.”, “Gamma
Correction”, “x.v.Color”, “Color
Space”.
For details on each adjustment, see the
Picture
menu. (1 page 41)
Note
Some adjustment windows cannot be
displayed, depending on the type of input
signal. For details, see “Input Signals and
Adjustable/Setting Items” (1 page 69)
2
Make the setting or adjustment
on an item.
When changing the adjustment
level
To increase the value, press M/,.
To decrease the value, press m/<.
Example: To adjust the contrast
When changing the setting
Press M/m to change the setting.
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Projecting
1
Adjusting the Picture Using Real Color
Processing
The Real Color Processing (RCP) feature allows you to adjust the color and hue of each
target of the projected picture you specify independently. You can thus obtain a picture
more suitable to your taste.
Tip
Freeze the scene of the video source when you are adjusting the picture using Real Color Processing.
2, 3, 4, 5
M/m/</,
(arrow) /
(enter) buttons
1
Press RCP on the remote
control.
2
Press M/m to select “User 1,”
“User 2” or “User 3,” then press
,.
The RCP (Real Color Processing)
window appears.
3
Select the target color you want
to adjust.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 described
below to specify the target color.
1
RCP (Real
Color
Processing)
button
1 Press M/m to select
“Color Select,” then press </,
to select the color you want to
adjust among “Red,” “Yellow,”
“Green,” “Cyan,” “Blue” and
“Magenta.”
Reference palette
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Only the portions that correspond
to the specified color will be
colored and the other portions will
be displayed in black and white.
The reference palette in the RCP
window also shows the adjustable
colors. Select the desired setting to
adjust the color on the projected
image using the reference palette
as a guide.
2 Press M/m to select “Position” or
“Range,” and specify it more
delicate color position and color
range you want to adjust using
</,.
Adjust the color of the specified
portions.
Press M/m to select “RCP Color” or
“RCP Hue,” then adjust the color or
hue of the portions selected in step 3 to
suit your taste using </, while
watching the projected picture. The
picture is returned to normal color
during adjustment.
5
After the adjustment is
complete, press
.
The RCP window disappears and the
picture of step 2 is appeared. Then
after a few seconds, normal picture is
restored.
Tip
There are some limitations on selection of
position and range.
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Projecting
4
Using Other Functions
PIC MUTING
button
APA button
FREEZE button
Press PIC MUTING.
Press to temporarily turn off a projected
picture. To return to the previous screen,
press PIC MUTING again.
Press APA.
Press to automatically adjust a picture
from a computer to a position where it
looks clear.
Press FREEZE.
Press to pause and display a projected
picture. To return to the previous screen,
press FREEZE again.
Note
APA and FREEZE are available only for
computer signal.
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Using the Menus
This section describes how to make various adjustments and settings using the menus.
Operation through the Menus
RESET button
2, 3, 4
M/m/</, (arrow) /
(enter) buttons
1
MENU button
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Using the Menus
The projector is equipped with an on-screen menu for making various adjustments and
settings. Some of the adjustable/setting items are displayed in a pop-up menu, in a setting
menu or adjustment menu with no main menu, or in the next menu window. If you select
an item name followed by an arrow (B), the next menu window with setting items appears.
To change the on-screen menu language, see “Step 4: Selecting the Menu Language.”
(1 page 26)
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1
Press MENU.
The menu window appears.
2
Press M/m to select a menu item,
and press , or
.
The items that can be set or adjusted
with the selected menu appear. The
item presently selected is shown in
yellow.
3
Pop-up menu
Press M/m to select an item you
want to set or adjust and press
, or
.
The setting items are displayed in a
pop-up menu, in a setting menu, in an
adjustment menu or in the next menu
window.
Setting items
Using the Menus
Setting menu
Adjustment menu
Next menu window
Setting items
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4
Make the setting or adjustment
of an item.
To reset the items that have
been adjusted
When changing the adjustment
level
Select an item in the Menu screen, and
display the pop-up menu, the setting
menu, and the adjustment menu.
Press the RESET on the remote control to
reset only the selected settings to its
factory preset value.
To increase the value, press M/,.
To decrease the value, press m/<.
Press
to restore the original screen.
When changing the setting
Press M/m to change the setting.
Press
to restore the original screen.
You can restore the original screen
using < depending on the selected
item.
Items that cannot be adjusted
Adjustable items differ depending on the
input signal. The items that cannot be
adjusted or set do not appear in the menu.
(1 page 69)
To clear the menu
Press MENU.
To reset the picture that has
been adjusted
Select “Reset” from Picture
menu.
When the screen display appears, select
“Yes” using < and press
.
All of the following settings are reset to its
factory preset value.
The settings of “Cinema Black Pro”,
“Contrast”, “Brightness”, “Color”,
“Hue”, “Color Temp”, “Sharpness” and
menu
“Expert Setting” on the Picture
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Note
RESET button on the remote control is
available only when the adjustment menu
or the setting menu is selected.
Picture Menu
The Picture menu is used for adjusting the picture.
Using the Menus
Note
These items may not be available, depending on the type of input signal. For details, see
“Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items” (1 page 69).
Picture Mode
You can select the picture viewing mode that best suits the type of
picture or the environment.
Dynamic: Vivid picture quality that enhances sharpness and contrast of
the picture.
Standard: Standard picture quality that emphasizes on naturalness.
Cinema: Picture quality suited for watching movies.
User 1, User 2, User 3: You can adjust the quality of the picture to suit
your taste and then store the settings. Once the settings are stored, you
can view the picture with the adjusted picture quality by pressing the
PICTURE MODE button on the remote control.
To store the settings
1 Select User 1, User 2, or User 3.
2 Adjust the items you want in the menus.
Tip
You can also store the settings if the picture quality is adjusted in
“Dynamic”, “Standard” or “Cinema”. To reset everything to the factory
settings, select “Reset” from the menu.
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Cinema Black Pro
Advanced Iris
Switches the iris function during projection.
Auto 1: Automatically switches to an optimum iris according to a
projected scene. The contrast of the scene is emphasized most.
Auto 2: An optimum iris becomes smaller than when set to “Auto 1”.
The contrast of the scene becomes reduced.
Sensitivity: If “Auto 1” or “Auto 2” is selected, either “Recommend”,
“Fast”, or “Slow” can be selected according to the desired response
speed with Sensitivity Mode.
Manual: Manually adjusts the Iris.
Off: Normal contrast.
Lamp Control
Switches the lamp wattage during projection.
High: Normal wattage.
Low: Enhances the black by reducing the lamp wattage.
Tip
When you switch from “Low” to “High”, the number of turns of the fan
increases, and the fan noise becomes slightly louder.
Contrast
Adjusts the white area of pictures (white level).
The higher the setting, the greater the contrast. The lower the setting, the
lower the contrast.
You can make adjustments by pressing the CONTRAST+/– on the
remote control.
Brightness
Adjusts the brightness of the picture.
The higher the setting, the brighter the picture. The lower the setting, the
darker the picture.
You can make adjustments by pressing the BRIGHT+/– on the remote
control.
Color
Adjusts the intensity of the color density.
The higher the setting, the greater the intensity. The lower the setting, the
lower the intensity.
Hue
Adjusts the color tone.
The higher the setting, the more greenish the picture becomes. The lower
the setting, the more reddish the picture becomes.
Color Temp.
Adjusts the color temperature.
High: Gives white colors a blue tint.
Middle: Gives a neutral tint between “High” and “Low”.
Low: Gives white colors a red tint.
Custom 1, Custom 2, Custom 3, Custom 4: Enables you to adjust, set,
and store your favorite color temperature.
Sharpness
Sharpens the outline of the picture, or reduces the noise.
The higher the setting, the sharper the picture. The lower the setting, the
softer the picture, thus reducing the noise.
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Expert Setting
NR (Noise Reduction)
Reduces the roughness or noise of the picture.
Usually, select “Off”.
If the picture is rough or noisy, select a setting from among “Low”,
“Middle” or “High” according to the input signal source.
Film Mode
According to the film source you have selected, make a setting for
playback.
Auto: Reproduces a 2-3 or 2-2 Pull-Down format video signal, such as
film sources, in a smooth picture movement. When a video signal
other than 2-3 or 2-2 Pull-Down format is input, the picture is played
back in progressive format.
Off: Plays back the picture in progressive format without detecting
video signals automatically.
Black Level Adj. (Adjust)
Produces a bolder, dynamic picture.
Set according to the input signal source.
High: Gives higher emphasis to the black color.
Low: Gives lower emphasis to the black color.
Off: Cancels this feature.
Gamma Correction
Adjusts the response characteristics of the tone of the picture.
Select a favorite tone from 3 options.
Gamma 1: Makes the scene a little brighter overall.
Gamma 2: Makes the scene brighter overall.
Gamma 3: Makes the scene darker overall.
Off: Gamma Correction is “Off”
x.v.Color
Set this item when playing back an x.v.Color video signal.
Set this item to “On” when connecting the projector with equipment that
supports x.v.Color and playing back an x.v.Color video signal.
For details on x.v.Color, see “About the x.v.Color” (1 page 54).
Color Space
You can convert the range of color reproduction.
Normal: Converts the color to Hi-Vision color.
Wide: Reproduces more natural color tones in a wider range of color
reproduction, compared to “Normal”.
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Using the Menus
MPEG NR (MPEG Noise Reduction)
Reduces block noise and mosquito noise, in particular in digital
signals.
Block NR: Reduces digital noise that appears in mosaic-like pattern.
Mosquito NR: Reduces digital noise that appears near the outline of the
picture.
Advanced Picture Menu
The Advanced Picture is used for adjusting the picture more.
RCP (Real Color
Processing)
You can adjust the color and hue of each selected portion of the
picture independently.
User 1, User 2, User 3: You can adjust the picture using Real Color
Processing and store the settings. Once the settings are stored, you can
view the picture with the adjusted picture quality.
Off: Cancels this feature.
For details, see “Adjusting the Picture Using Real Color Processing”.
(1 page 34)
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Screen Menu
The Screen menu is used to adjust the input signal. You can adjust the size of the picture,
and select wide screen mode, etc.
.
Using the Menus
Note
These items may not be available, depending on the type of input signal. For details, see
“Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items” (1 page 69).
Wide Mode
(Video signal)
You can set the aspect ratio of the picture to be displayed for the
current input signal. (1 page 30) This item is enabled only when a
video signal (preset memory numbers 1 to 14) (1 page 66) is input.
Wide Zoom: A 4:3 aspect ratio picture is enlarged naturally to fill the
screen. The upper and lower portions of the screen are slightly cut off.
Normal: A 4:3 aspect ratio picture is displayed in the center of the
screen and enlarged to fill the screen vertically.
Full: A picture squeezed to 4:3 aspect ratio is displayed in its original
aspect ratio. When a 4:3 aspect ratio picture is displayed, the picture is
enlarged horizontally to fill the 16:9 screen.
Zoom: A 16:9 aspect ratio picture is enlarged vertically and horizontally
in the same ratio to fill the screen.
You can switch settings by pressing WIDE MODE on the remote
control.
Wide Mode
(Computer signal)
You can set the aspect ratio of the picture to be displayed for the
current input signal. (1 page 31) This item is enabled only when a
computer signal is input.
Full 1: Displays a picture on the whole of the screen without changing
the aspect ratio of the original picture.
Full 2: Displays a picture on the whole of the screen.
Zoom: A 16:9 aspect ratio picture is enlarged vertically and horizontally
in the same ratio to fill the screen.
You can switch settings by pressing WIDE MODE on the remote
control.
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Over Scan
Hides the outline of the picture.
On: Hides the outline of the input picture. Select this setting when noise
appears along the edge of the picture.
Off: Projects the whole of the input picture.
Tip
To display the displayable region within the four directions of the screen,
refer to “Blanking” on the Installation
menu (1 page 50).
Screen Area
Selects the size of the picture when a Hi-Vision picture is
overscanned.
Full: Expands the picture on the whole of the screen.
Through: Does not expands the picture on the whole of the screen.
V Center
Adjust the whole picture by moving up and down on the screen.
As the selected number increases, the screen moves up, and as the
selected number decreases, the screen moves down.
Vertical Size
Reduces or enlarges the picture vertically.
The screen is enlarged as the setting increases and reduced as the setting
decreases. If the subtitle of a movie, etc. cannot be seen, use this together
with “V Center”.
Adjust Signal
You can adjust the input signal.
APA: Adjusts “Phase”, “Pitch”, and “Shift” automatically to a position
that suits the image signal for pictures from a computer. You can make
adjustments by pressing APA on the remote control.
Phase: Adjusts the dot phase and the phase of computer signal of
pictures from a computer. Adjusts the picture to the point where it
looks clearest.
Pitch: Adjusts the horizontal size of the picture from a computer.
As the number increases, the picture becomes wider, and as the
number decreases, the picture becomes narrower. Adjust the setting to
match the number of dots of the input signal.
Shift: Adjusts the position of the picture.
H: As the setting for H (horizontal) increases, the picture moves
to the right, and as the setting decreases, the picture moves to
the left. Use < / , to adjust the horizontal position.
V: As the setting for V (vertical) increases, the picture moves up,
and as the setting decreases, the picture moves down. Use M /
m to adjust the vertical position.
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Setup Menu
The Setup menu is used to change the factory preset settings, etc.
Sets whether or not the on-screen display is displayed.
Set to “Off” to turn off the on-screen displays except for certain
menus, message when turning off the power, and warning messages.
Language
Selects the language used in the menu and on-screen displays.
Available languages are: English, Dutch, French, Italian, German,
Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Norwegian, Japanese,
Chinese (Simplified Chinese), Chinese (Traditional Chinese),
Korean, Thai and Arabic.
Cooling Setting
Use this item when using the projector at high altitudes.
High: Use this setting when using the projector at an altitude of
1,500 m or higher.
Standard: Use this setting when using the projector at normal
altitudes.
Note
When this item is set to “High”, the fan noise becomes slightly
louder since the number of fan rotation increases.
Standby Mode
Lowers the power consumption in standby.
When set to “Standard”, the power consumption in standby becomes
normal.
When set to “Low”, the power consumption in standby is lowered.
Note
When this item is set to “Low”, the Control for HDMI function will
not operate.
Power Saving
Sets the power saving mode.
When set to “On”, the projector goes into power saving mode if no
signal is input for 10 minutes. At that time, the ON/STANDBY
indicator lights in orange, then the screen becomes dark. In power
saving mode, the power saving mode is cancelled if a signal is input
or any button on the projector or the remote control is pressed. If you
do not want to set the projector to power saving mode, select “Off”.
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Using the Menus
Status
Input-A Signal Sel.
Selects the type of signal input from the equipment connected to
the INPUT A connector.
Selects the type of signal input from the equipment by selecting
“Input-A” with the INPUT button.
Auto: Selects the input signal type automatically.
Computer: Inputs the signal from a computer.
Video GBR: Inputs the signal from a TV game or HDTV broadcast.
Component: Inputs the component signal from a DVD player/
recorder, Blu-ray Disc player/recorder, digital tuner, etc.
Note
When the input signal is not displayed correctly with this item set to
“Auto,” select the item according to the input signal.
Color System
Selects the color system of the input signal.
Auto: Selects the color system of the input signal automatically
from among NTSC3.58, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, PAL-M,
PAL-N, or PAL60.
“NTSC3.58”–“PAL-N”: Allows you to set the color system to the
selected system manually.
Note
Normally, set this to “Auto.” If the picture is distorted or colorless,
select the color system appropriate for the input signal.
Lamp Setting
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When replacing the lamps, set the desired lamp setting.
(1 page 61)
Function Menu
The Function menu is used for changing the settings of the various functions of the
projector.
Using the Menus
Control for HDMI
Selects the function whether to turn the Control for HDMI
function effective, when the HDMI 1 INPUT and HDMI 2
INPUT connectors are connected to a Control for HDMI
compatible equipment.
Control for HDMI: When set to “On”, the Control for HDMI
function is turned effective and the following settings can be
assigned.
Device Auto Power Off: When set to on “On”, the projector is
powered off while the Control for HDMI compatible equipment
connected to the projector is also powered off at the same time.
PJ Auto Power On: When set to “On”, the Control for HDMI
compatible equipment connected to the projector is automatically
powered on or played back, etc., while the projector is also
powered on at the same time.
Device List: Lists all the Control for HDMI compatible equipment
connected to the HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 INPUT connectors of the
projector.
Notes
• When “Standby Mode” is set to “Low”, this item will not operate.
• To operate the connected equipment, be sure the equipment is
Control for HDMI compatible and assign the appropriate settings
to use the Control for HDMI function.
For details, see “About the Control for HDMI” (1 page 54).
Auto Input Search
Detects the input signal and displays the detected input signal
automatically when the INPUT button is pressed.
When set to “On”, the input terminal with effective signal is
automatically detected and pictures are displayed by pressing
INPUT. Input signals are detected in the sequence of Component,
HDMI 1, HDMI 2, Video, S-video and Input-A, and the input
terminal that follows the currently selected input terminal will be
detected. Set this to “Off” when you want to select an input selector
with no input signal, or you want to switch the setting manually.
Background
Selects the background color of the screen when no signal is
input.
You can select “Black” or “Blue”.
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Installation Menu
The Installation menu is used for changing the installation settings.
V Keystone
Corrects the vertical trapezoidal distortion of the picture.
When the bottom of the trapezoid is longer than the top (
Sets a lower value (– direction)
When the top of the trapezoid is longer than the bottom (
Sets a higher value (+ direction).
):
):
Note
Depending on the picture position adjusted with the lens shift
feature, the aspect ratio of the picture may change from the original
or picture distortion may occur with V Keystone adjustment.
Image Flip
Flips the picture on the screen horizontally and/or vertically.
Off: The picture does not flip.
HV: Flips the picture horizontally and vertically.
H: Flips the picture horizontally.
V: Flips the picture vertically.
Use this item for installation for the backside projection or ceiling
installation.
Blanking
This feature allows you to adjust the displayable region within
the four directions of the screen.
Select each screen edge “Left / Right / Top / Bottom” on the
Blanking adjustment screen with M / m buttons. Adjust the desired
Blanking value with < / , button.
Note
When both the “Blanking” and the “V Keystone” are adjusted at the
same time, the “Blanking” cannot be adjusted correctly. When using
the “Blanking”, make sure that you set the “V Keystone” to “0”.
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Panel Alignment
Reset: Returns to the factory settings.
Note
Depending on the adjustments made above, the number of display
pixel may decrease. Also, colors may become uneven or the
resolution may change.
Tip
If colors appear on the edge of the screen after making the
adjustments above, adjust the region of the picture to display with
“Blanking” in the Installation
menu. (1 page 50)
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Using the Menus
This feature allows you to adjust the gaps in the color of
characters or the picture.
When set to “On”, the “Adjust Color” and the “Pattern Color” can be
assigned and adjusted.
Adjust Color: Assigns the desired color to adjust the gaps in color.
Select “R” (Red) or “B” (Blue) to make adjustments based on “G”
(Green).
Pattern Color: Select “R/G” (Red and Green) or “R/G/B” (White,
all colors) when the “Adjust Color” is “R” (Red). Select “B/G”
(Blue and Green) or “R/G/B” (White, all colors) only when the
“Adjust Color” is “B” (Blue).
Adjust: Assign the settings of the horizontal direction (H) with
< / , buttons and the vertical direction (V) with M / m buttons
on the Shift Adjust screen. The colors selected in the “Adjust
Color” can be adjusted with the < / ,, M / m buttons in each
direction.
Information Menu
The Information menu displays the model name, serial number, the horizontal and vertical
frequencies of the input signal and the cumulated hours of usage of the lamp.
Model name: VPL-HW10
Serial No.
Memory No.
Signal type
Model name
Displays the model name (VPL-HW10).
Serial No.
Displays the serial number.
fH (horizontal frequency)
Displays the horizontal frequency of the input signal.
fV (vertical frequency)
Displays the vertical frequency of the input signal.
Memory No.
Displays the preset memory number of the input signal.
Signal type
Displays the type of the input signal.
Lamp Timer
Indicates how long the lamp has been turned on (total usage).
Notes
• fH (horizontal frequency) and fV(vertical frequency) may not be displayed depending
on the input signal used on the projector.
• You cannot change the displays listed above.
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About the Preset Memory No.
Note
When the aspect ratio of input signal does not match the screen size, a part of the screen is displayed in black.
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Using the Menus
This projector has 38 types of preset data for input signals (the preset memory). When the
preset signal is input, the projector automatically detects the signal type and recalls the
data for the signal from the preset memory to adjust it to an optimum picture. The memory
number and signal type of that signal are displayed in the Information
menu.
You can also adjust the preset data through the Screen
menu.
This projector also contains 20 different user memories beside the preset memories used
for inputting analog computer signals. You can save input signals that have not been preset
on these user memories.
When an unpreset signal is input for the first time, a memory number is displayed as 0.
When you adjust the data of the signal in the Screen
menu, it will be registered to the
projector. If more than 20 user memories are registered, the newest memory always
overwrites the oldest one.
See the chart on page 66 to find if the signal is registered to the preset memory.
Others
This section describes about the other functions, how to solve the problems, how to
replace the lamp and air filter, etc.
About the Control for
HDMI
What is the Control for HDMI?
Control for HDMI is an HDMI standard
mutual control function which uses the
HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics
Control) specification. By connecting a
variety of Control for HDMI compatible
equipment such as a DVD recorder, an AV
amplifier, etc., with an HDMI cable, you can
operate your equipment synchronizing with
the Control for HDMI compatible
equipment connected to the equipment.
When using the Control for HDMI function,
be sure to assign the appropriate connection
and settings.
Connecting a Control for HDMI
compatible equipment
Connect the projector with a Control for
HDMI compatible equipment using an
HDMI cable. Be sure to use a cable that has
acquired the HDMI logo for your
connection.
Note
The Control for HDMI function is available
only between Sony Control for HDMI
compatible equipment.
Setting the Control for HDMI
Be sure to assign the appropriate
connections for both the projector and the
Control for HDMI compatible equipment
connected to the projector. For settings of
the projector, see page 49. For settings of the
Control for HDMI compatible equipment
connected to the projector, refer to its
operational instructions.
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What you can do with the
Control for HDMI
• System Standby
You can power off the projector and the
Control for HDMI compatible equipment
connected to the projector at the same
time.
• One Touch Play
When the Control for HDMI compatible
equipment connected to the projector is
played back, the projector is also
automatically powered on, and its input
setting is synchronized at the same time.
Notes
• To operate the connected equipment, be
sure the equipment is Control for HDMI
compatible and assign the appropriate
settings to use the Control for HDMI
function.
• Depending on the connected equipment,
the Control for HDMI function may not
work appropriately. For the settings of the
connected equipment, refer to the
operating instructions of the equipment.
About the x.v.Color
• “x.v.Color” is a promotion name given to
the products that have the capability to
realize a wide color space based on the
xvYCC specifications and is a trademark
of Sony Corporation.
• xvYCC is an international standard of the
technical specifications of the extendedgamut color space for video signals. The
color gamut of xvYCC is wider than the
one of sRGB that is used with the current
television system.
Troubleshooting
If the projector appears to be operating erratically, try to diagnose and correct the problem
using the following instructions. If the problem persists, consult with qualified Sony
personnel.
Power
Symptom
The power is not turned on.
Cause and Remedy
Picture
Symptom
Cause and Remedy
No picture.
c Check that the proper connections have been made.
(1 page 18)
c Select the input source correctly using the INPUT button.
(1 page 28)
c Set the computer signal to output from an external monitor.
c Set the computer signal to output only to an external monitor.
c Select “Computer,” “Component” or “Video GBR” for “Input-A
Signal Sel.” on the Setup
menu according to the input
signal. (1 page 48)
The picture from the
INPUT A connector is
colored strange.
c Select “Computer,” “Component” or “Video GBR” for “Input-A
Signal Sel.” on the Setup
menu according to the input
signal. (1 page 48)
The picture from the
VIDEO INPUT or
S VIDEO INPUT
connector is colored
strange.
c Adjust the picture of the Picture
c Set “Color System” in the Setup
system being input. (1 page 48)
The bright area of the
picture may become
unclear or texts may
become faded. (When
HDMI video signal is
input)
c This symptom may occur when a signal other than those of
HDMI standard is input. (1 page 29) Switch the RGB dynamic
range of the connected equipment to Limited (16-235). If this
adjustment is unavailable, adjust “Brightness”, “Contrast”, or
“Sharpness” in the Picture
menu of the projector. (1 page
42)
The texts may become
faded when connected with
a computer. (When
computer signal is input)
c This symptom may occur when a signal other than those of
HDMI standard is input. (1 page 29) Adjust “Sharpness” in the
Picture
menu. (1 page 42)
menu. (1 page 41)
menu to match the color
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Others
c The power may not turn on if you turn the power off with I/1
(ON/STANDBY) switch and turn it on again in a short time.
After about 1 minute, turn the power on.
c Close the lamp cover securely, then tighten the screws securely.
(1 page 60)
c Close the filter holder securely. (1 page 61)
c Check warning indicators. (1 page 57)
Symptom
Cause and Remedy
The picture is too dark.
c Adjust the “Contrast” or “Brightness” of the Picture
properly. (1 page 42)
The picture is not clear.
c Adjust the focus. (1 page 25)
c Condensation has accumulated on the lens. Leave the projector
for about 2 hours with the power on.
The picture flickers.
c For pictures from a computer, activate “APA” and adjust the
current input signal.
c Adjust “Phase” for “Adjust Signal” in the Screen
menu
properly. (1 page 46)
The color of characters or
the picture is not
appropriate.
c Select the desired color registration in “Panel Alignment” of
Installation
menu (1 page 51).
menu
On-screen display
Symptom
Cause and Remedy
On-screen display does not
appear.
c Set “Status” in the Setup
menu to “On.” (1 page 47)
c Check if the ON/STANDBY indicator should light in green.
The model name does not
disappear from the screen.
c The display mode of the projector may be set at the time of
purchase. Consult with your local dealer or qualified Sony
personnel.
Remote control
Symptom
The remote control does
not work.
Cause and Remedy
c Batteries could be weak. Replace them with new batteries.
(1 page 11)
c Insert the batteries with the correct polarities. (1 page 11)
c If there is a fluorescent lamp near the remote control detector, the
projector may work improperly or inadvertently.
Others
Symptom
Cause and Remedy
The fan is noisy.
c Check the setting of “Cooling Setting” in the Setup
menu.
(1 page 47)
c Make sure that the room temperature is not too high.
c Check the installation conditions. (1 page 12)
The number of fan rotation increases to maintain the product
reliability of the projector’s components in a room, where the
temperature is higher than normal. The fan noise becomes
slightly louder. The approximate normal temperature is 25°C.
Image is left on the screen.
(image retention)
c When High contrast non-moving images are displayed for a
long period of time, there may be some image retention on the
screen. This is only a temporary condition. Turning off the
power for a while will eliminate the retained image.
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Warning Indicators
The ON/STANDBY or LAMP/COVER indicator lights up or flashes if there is any
trouble with your projector.
Others
LAMP/COVER indicator
ON/STANDBY indicator
Symptom
Cause and Remedy
LAMP/COVER flashes in
red. (A repetition rate of 2
flashes)
c Close the lamp cover securely, then tighten the screws securely.
(1 page 60)
c Close the filter holder securely. (1 page 61)
LAMP/COVER flashes in
red. (A repetition rate of 3
flashes)
c The lamp has reached the end of its useful lifespan. Replace the
lamp. (1 page 59)
c The lamp has reached a high temperature. Wait until the lamp
cools, and then turn on the power again.
ON/STANDBY flashes in
red. (A repetition rate of 4
flashes)
c The fan is broken. Consult with qualified Sony personnel.
ON/STANDBY flashes in
red. (A repetition rate of 2
flashes)
c The internal temperature is unusually high. Check to ensure that
if nothing is blocking the ventilation holes or whether or not the
projector is being used at high altitudes.
ON/STANDBY flashes in
red. (A repetition rate of 6
flashes)
c Press the I/1 (ON/STANDBY) switch to turn on the projector. If
the power is not turned on, disconnect the AC power cord, then
confirm the ON/STANDBY lamp is turned off. After about 10
seconds, reconnect the AC power cord and turn on the power
again. If the indicators still light up, the electrical system has a
problem. Consult with qualified Sony personnel.
Note
When a warning indicator other than the above starts flashing, and the symptom persists even after
carrying out the above methods, consult with qualified Sony personnel.
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Message Lists
Warning messages
Message
Cause and Remedy
High temp.! Lamp off in 1
min.
c Turn off the power.
c Check to ensure that nothing is blocking the ventilation holes.
(1 page 13)
Frequency is out of range!
c Frequency is out of range. Input a signal that is within the
acceptable frequency range of the projector. (1 page 66)
Please check Input-A
Signal Sel.
c Set “Input-A Signal Sel.” in the Setup
menu to
“Computer” when an RGB signal is input from a computer.
(1 page 48)
Please replace the Lamp/
Filter.
c It is time to replace the lamp. Replace the lamp. (1 page 59)
c Also, replace the air filter too. Restart cleaning the ventilation
holes (intake). (1 page 59)
If this message appears again after you replace the lamp and
filter, the lamp replacement process is not complete. Check the
lamp replacement process. (1 page 59)
Note
To clear this message, press any button either on the remote control
or the control panel of the projector once.
Please clean the filter.
c It is time to clean the air filter. Clean the air filter. (1 page 62)
Note
To clear this message, press any button either on the remote control
or the control panel of the projector once.
Please clean the filter. Have
you finished? Yes No
c It is time to clean the air filter. Clean the air filter. (1 page 62)
c If you cleaned the air filter, select “Yes.” If you did not clean the
air filter, select “No.”
Projector temperature is
high. Cooling Setting
should be “High” if
projector is being used at
high altitude.
c Check to ensure that the ventilation holes on the unit are not
covered. (1 page 13)
c When using the projector at high altitude, set the Cooling
Setting to “High”. (1 page 47)
Note
When temperature inside the projector remains high, the Cooling
Setting is switched to “High” in 1 minute, then the fan speed
increases.
Caution messages
Message
Cause and Remedy
x
c No signal is input in the selected input. Check connections.
(1 page 18)
Not applicable!
c Press the appropriate button.
c The operation to be activated by the button is currently
prohibited.
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Replacing the Lamp
and the Air Filter and
Cleaning the
Ventilation Holes
(intake)
1
Turn off the projector and unplug
the AC power cord.
2
When setting the projector on a
flat surface such as a desk etc.,
put a cloth to prevent the surface
from being scratched. Reverse
the projector as illustrated, then
place it on the cloth.
Others
Tools you need to get started:
• Projector Lamp LMP-H201 (optional)
• Standard Phillips screwdriver
• Cloth (for scratch protection)
The lamp used for the light source has a
certain lifespan. When the lamp dims, the
color balance of the picture becomes strange,
or “Please replace the Lamp/Filter.” appears
on the screen, the lamp may be exhausted.
Replace the lamp with a new one (not
supplied) without delay.
Use an LMP-H201 Projector Lamp as the
replacement lamp.
The air filter is supplied with the LMP-H201
Projector Lamp. When you replace the lamp,
it is also time to replace the air filter.
Whenever you replace the lamp, be sure to
replace the air filter with a new one. Also
clean the ventilation holes (intake).
message for replacing the air filter appears,
replace the air filter immediately.
Caution
• The lamp remains hot after the projector is
turned off with the ?/1 (ON/STANDBY)
switch. If you touch the lamp, you may burn
your fingers. When you replace the lamp,
wait for at least 1 hour for the lamp to cool.
• Do not touch the surface of the lens. If you
touch it, wipe off the fingerprints with a
soft cloth.
• Pay special attention to replacing the lamp
when the projector is installed on the ceiling.
• When removing the lamp unit, make sure it
remains horizontal, then pull straight up. Do
not tilt the lamp unit. If you pull out the lamp
unit while tilted and if the lamp breaks, the
pieces may scatter, causing injury.
• When you remove the air filter, be careful
not to let any dust fall into the projector.
• Replacing the air filter is crucial to maintain
the good performance of the projector or to
prevent malfunction to it. When a warning
Notes
• When the lamp is damaged the broken
pieces of the lamp may become
scattered, if you do not reverse the
projector. This may cause injury.
• Be sure that the projector is placed on a
stable surface.
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3
Loosen the screw on the lamp
cover with a Philips screwdriver,
and then open the lamp cover.
4
Loosen the 3 screws on the
lamp with the Phillips
screwdriver. Hold up the handle,
then pull the lamp straight out.
5
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Hold the handle of the new lamp
and push it in securely until it
reaches the end, and then
tighten the 3 screws.
Note
Be careful not to touch the optical block
inside the unit.
6
Close the lamp cover, then
tighten the screws.
7
Remove the filter holder.
8
Others
Ventilation holes (intake)
12 Place the project back on its
Remove the air filter.
original position.
13 Turn on the projector, then
select the desired setting item
on the Setup
menu. The
menu screen below will be
appeared.
Claws
9
Attach the new air filter so that it
fits into the each claws (10
positions) on the filter holder.
14 Select “Yes”.
Note
Attach the air filter aligning it with the
shape of the filter holder.
Also, do not touch the fan after removing
the air filter that is set deep inside the
projector.
10 Attach the filter holder.
Caution
Do not put your hands into the lamp
replacement slot, and do not allow any liquid
or other objects into the slot to avoid
electrical shock or fire.
Note
The projector will not turn on unless the
filter holder is securely closed.
11 Wipe dust off the ventilation
holes (intake) with a soft cloth.
Notes
• Be sure to use an LMP-H201 Projector Lamp
for replacement. If you use lamps other than
the LMP-H201, the projector may
malfunction.
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• Be sure to turn off the projector and unplug
the power cord before replacing the lamp,
then check the ON/STANDBY lamp has
already been turned off.
• The projector will not turn on unless the lamp
is securely installed in place.
• The projector will not turn on unless the lamp
cover are securely closed.
• To cancel a message displayed on the screen,
press either the button on the remote control
or the one on the control panel on the
projector.
Note
The lamp contains mercury. The disposal
rules for used fluorescent tubes depend on
where you live. Follow the waste disposal
policy in your area.
Cleaning the Air
Filter
When “Please clean the filter.” appears on
the screen, you should clean the air filter.
The air filter should be cleaned every 1,500
hours. This value varies depending on the
environment or how the projector is used.
1,500 hours are approximate.
After washing the air filter with a mild
detergent solution, dry it in a shaded place.
Notes
• When you clean the air filter, make sure you
do not damage it.
For details on how to attach and remove the
air filter, see “Replacing the Lamp and the
Air Filter and Cleaning the Ventilation Holes
(intake)” Steps 7 to 10. (1 page 61)
• When you remove the air filter, be careful
not to let any dust fall into the projector.
• Cleaning the air filter is crucial to maintain
the good performance of the projector or to
prevent malfunction to it. When a warning
message for cleaning the air filter appears,
clean the air filter immediately.
Fitting the Lens Cap
When fitting the lens cap onto the lens,
position the lens cap so that the concave on
the side of the lens cap will fit the zoom
lever, as shown in the illustration.
Lens cap
Zoom lever
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Cleaning and the
Screen of the
Projector
Others
Cleaning the lens
The lens surface is especially treated to
reduce reflection of light.
As incorrect maintenance may impair the
performance of the projector, take care with
respect to the following:
• Wipe the lens gently with a soft cloth such
as a cleaning cloth or glass cleaning cloth.
• Stubborn stains may be removed with a
soft cloth such as a cleaning cloth or glass
cleaning cloth lightly dampened with
water.
• Never use solvent such as alcohol,
benzene or thinner, or acid, alkaline or
abrasive detergent, or chemical cleaning
cloth, as they will damage the lens surface.
Cleaning the cabinet
• To remove dust from the cabinet, wipe
gently with a soft cloth. If dust is
persistent, wipe with a soft cloth slightly
moistened with a diluted mild detergent
solution.
• Never use any type of abrasive pad,
alkaline/acid cleaner, scouring powder, or
volatile solvent, such as alcohol, benzene,
thinner or insecticide.
• Using such materials or maintaining
prolonged contact with rubber or vinyl
materials may result in damage to the
screen surface and cabinet material.
Black points and bright points (red,
blue, or green) on the screen
The projector is manufactured using highprecision technology.
You may, however, see tiny black points
and/or bright points (red, blue, or green) that
continuously appear on the projector.
This is a normal result of the manufacturing
process and does not indicate a malfunction.
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Specifications
System
Projection system
SXRD panel, 1 lens, projection system
LCD panel
0.61-inch (15.4 mm)
SXRD panel 6,220,800 pixels
(2,073,600 pixels × 3)
Lens
1.6 times zoom lens (manual)
f=18.5 mm to 29.6 mm
F2.50 to F3.40
Lamp
200 W Ultra High Pressure Lamp
Projection picture size
40 inches to 300 inches (1,016 mm to
7,620 mm) (measured diagonally)
Color system
NTSC3.58/PAL/SECAM/
NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N/PAL60
system, switched automatically/
manually (PAL60 system not
switched manually)
Acceptable video signals
15 kHz RGB/component 50/60 Hz,
Progressive component 50/60 Hz,
480/60i, 576/50i, 480/60p, 576/50p,
720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i,
1080/24PsF (48i), 1080/60p (HDMI
input only), 1080/50p (HDMI input
only), 1080/24p (HDMI input only),
Composite video, Y/C video
Acceptable computer signals
fH: 19 kHz to 72 kHz
fV: 48 Hz to 92 Hz
Maximum resolution 1920 × 1080
(HDMI input only)
For details, see “Preset Signals”. (1
page 66)
Input
Video input
VIDEO: phono type
Composite video: 1 Vp-p±2 dB
sync negative (75 ohms
terminated)
S VIDEO: Y/C mini DIN 4-pin type
Y (luminance): 1 Vp-p±2 dB sync
negative (75 ohms terminated)
C (chrominance): burst 0.286 Vp-p ±2
dB (NTSC)
(75 ohms terminated), or
burst 0.3 Vp-p±2 dB (PAL)
(75 ohms terminated)
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Y PB/CB PR/CR
Component: phono type
Y with Sync: 1 Vp-p±2dB sync
negative (75 ohms terminated)
PB/CB: 0.7 Vp-p±2dB (75 ohms
terminated)
PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p±2 dB (75 ohms
terminated)
HDMI
Digital RGB/Y CB (PB) CR (PR)
INPUT A
HD D-sub 15-pins
Analog RGB/component:
R/CR (PR): 0.7 Vp-p±2 dB
(75 ohms terminated)
G: 0.7 Vp-p±2 dB
(75 ohms terminated)
G with sync/Y: 1 Vp-p±2 dB sync
negative (75 ohms terminated)
B/CB (PB): 0.7 Vp-p±2 dB
(75 ohms terminated)
SYNC/HD: Composite sync input:
TTL level, positive/ negative
Horizontal sync input: TTL level,
positive/negative
VD: Vertical sync input: TTL
level, positive/negative
REMOTE
RS-232C: D-sub 9-pins (female)
General
Dimensions
407.4 mm × 179.2 mm ×
463.9 mm (16 1/8 × 7 1/8 × 18 3/8
inches) (w/h/d)
Mass
Approx. 10 kg (22 lb 1 oz)
Power requirements
AC 100 V to 240 V, 3.0 A to 1.3 A,
50/60 Hz
Power consumption
Max. 300 W
Standby mode: 8 W
Standby mode (low): 0.5 W
Operating temperature
5°C to 35°C (41°F to 95°F)
Operating humidity
35% to 85% (no condensation)
Storage temperature
–20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F)
Storage humidity
10% to 90%
Supplied accessories
Remote control RM-PJAW15 (1)
Size AA (R6) batteries (2)
AC power cord (1)
Lens cap (1)
Operating Instructions (1)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Optional accessories
Projector Lamp LMP-H201 (for replacement)
Projector Suspension Support PSS-H10
Others
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Warning on power connection
Use a proper power cord for your local power supply.
The United States, Continental
Canada
Europe
UK, Ireland,
Australia,
New Zealand
Japan
China
Plug type
YP-3
YP-12A
*
YP-359
VM0722
Female end
YC-13
YC-13D
VM0303B
YC-13
VM0724
Cord type
SVT
H05VV-F
CEE (13)
53 rd (OC)
VCTF
227 IEC
53(RVV)
Rated Voltage
& Current
10A/125V
10A/250V
10A/250V
12A/125V 10A/250V
VDE
VDE
DENANHO CCC
Safety approval UL/CSA
* Use a rated plug that complies with the regulation of each country/region and the specifications.
Preset Signals
The following table shows the signals and video formats which you can project using this
unit.
When a signal other than the preset signal shown below is input, the picture may not be
displayed properly.
Memory
No.
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Preset signal
(resolution)
fH
(kHz)
fV
(Hz)
Sync
H Size
1
VIDEO/60
60 Hz
15.734
59.940
–
–
2
VIDEO/50
50 Hz
15.625
50.000
–
–
3
480/60i
480/60i
(720 × 480i)
15.734
59.940
SonG/Y or
composite sync
–
4
576/50i
576/50i
(720 × 576i)
15.625
50.000
SonG/Y or
composite sync
/composite video
–
5
480/60p
480/60p
(Progressive
NTSC)
(720 × 480p)
31.470
60.000
SonG/Y
–
6
576/50p
576/50p
(Progressive
PAL)
(720 × 576p)
31.250
50.000
SonG/Y
–
7
1080/60i
1035/60i
(1920 × 1035i)
1080/60i
(1920 × 1080i)
33.750
60.000
SonG/Y
–
8
1080/50i
1080/50i
(1920 × 1080i)
28.130
50.000
SonG/Y
–
Memory
No.
Preset signal
(resolution)
fH
(kHz)
fV
(Hz)
Sync
H Size
1080/24PsF (48i) 1080/24PsF (48i)
(1920 × 1080i)
27.000
48.000
SonG/Y
–
10
720/60p
720/60p
(1280 × 720p)
45.000
60.000
SonG/Y
–
11
720/50p
720/50p
(1280 × 720p)
37.500
50.000
SonG/Y
–
12
1080/60p
1080/60p
(1920 × 1080p)
67.500
60.000
–
–
13
1080/50p
1080/50p
(1920 × 1080p)
56.260
50.000
–
–
14
1080/24p
1080/24p
(1920 × 1080p)
26.973
23.976
–
–
21
640 × 350
VGA-1
(VGA350)
31.469
70.086
H-pos, V-neg
800
VESA 85
(VGA350)
37.861
85.080
H-pos, V-neg
832
NEC PC98
24.823
56.416
H-neg V-neg
848
24
VGA-2 (TEXT)
/VESA70
31.469
70.086
H-neg V-pos
800
25
VESA 85
(VGA400)
37.861
85.080
H-neg, V-pos
832
22
23
26
640 × 400
640 × 480
Others
9
VESA 60
31.469
59.940
H-neg, V-neg
800
27
Mac 13
35.000
66.667
H-neg, V-neg
864
28
VESA 72
37.861
72.809
H-neg, V-neg
832
29
VESA 75
(IBM M3)
37.500
75.000
H-neg, V-neg
840
30
VESA 85
(IBM M4)
43.269
85.008
H-neg, V-neg
832
VESA 56
35.156
56.250
H-pos, V-pos
1024
32
VESA 60
37.879
60.317
H-pos, V-pos
1056
33
VESA 72
48.077
72.188
H-pos, V-pos
1040
34
VESA 75
(IBM M5)
46.875
75.000
H-pos, V-pos
1056
35
VESA 85
53.674
85.061
H-pos, V-pos
1048
31
800 × 600
36
832 × 624
Mac 16
49.724
74.550
H-neg, V-neg
1152
37
1024 × 768
VESA 60
48.363
60.004
H-neg, V-neg
1344
VESA 70
56.476
70.069
H-neg, V-neg
1328
38
39
45
1280 × 960
VESA 75
60.023
75.029
H-pos, V-pos
1312
VESA 60
60.000
60.000
H-pos, V-pos
1800
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Memory
No.
Preset signal
(resolution)
47
1280 × 1024
VESA 60
fH
(kHz)
fV
(Hz)
63.974
60.013
Sync
H-pos, V-pos
H Size
1696
50
1400 × 1050
SXGA +
65.317
59.978
H-neg, V-pos
1864
55
1280 × 768
1280 × 768/60
47.776
59.870
H-neg, V-pos
1664
56
1280 × 720
1280 × 720/60
44.772
59.855
H-neg, V-pos
1664
Preset memory numbers for each input signal
Analog signal
Signal
Preset memory number
Video signal (VIDEO INPUT and
S VIDEO INPUT connectors)
1, 2
Component signal (INPUT A and Y PB/CB PR/
CR connectors)
3 to 11
Video GBR signal (INPUT A connector)
3 to 11
Computer signal (INPUT A connector)
21 to 39, 55 to 56
Digital signal
Signal
Preset memory number
Component signal (HDMI 1, 2 connectors)
3 to 8, 10 to 14
Video GBR signal (HDMI 1, 2 connectors)
3 to 8, 10 to 14
Computer signal (HDMI 1, 2 connectors)
10 to 13*, 26, 32, 36, 37, 45, 47,
50, 55
* Some digital signals input from computers may be displayed as preset memory number of
Component or Video GBR signal.
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Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items
The items in the menus available to adjust differ depending on the input signal. The
following tables indicate them.
The items that cannot be adjusted are not displayed in the menu.
Picture Menu
Item
Input signal
Component
signal
Video GBR signal
Computer
signal
Advanced Iris
z
z
z
z
Lamp Control
z
z
z
z
Contrast
z
z
z
z
Brightness
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
–
z
(NTSC3.58/
NTSC4.43 only,
except for B & W)
z
z
–
Color Temp.
z
z
z
z
Sharpness
z
z
NR
z
MPEG NR
z
Film Mode
z
Black Level Adj.*1
z
z
z
–
Gamma Correction *1
z
z
z
z
x.v.Color
z
z
–
–
Color Space
z
z
z
z
RCP
z
z
z
z
Color
Others
Video signal
(except for B & W)
Hue
z
(preset memory
numbers 3, 4, 7,
8, 9 only)
z
z
(preset memory
numbers 3, 4, 7,
8, 9 only)
z
z
(preset memory
numbers 3, 4, 7,
8, 9 only)
z
z
(preset memory
numbers 3, 4, 7,
8, 9 only)
–
–
z
–
z : Adjustable/can be set
– : Not adjustable/cannot be set
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Screen menu
Item
Input signal
Video signal
Component
signal
Video GBR signal
Wide Mode
z
z
z
Over Scan
–
z
Screen Area *2
–
V Center *4
z
z
z
z
Vertical Size *4
z
z
z
–
APA
–
–
–
z *5
Phase
–
–
–
z *5
Pitch
–
–
–
z *5
Shift
–
z *5
z *5
z
z
(preset memory
numbers 7, 8, 9,
12, 13, 14 only)
z
z
(preset memory
numbers 7, 8, 9,
12, 13, 14 only)
Computer
signal
z *3
–
–
z : Adjustable/can be set
– : Not adjustable/cannot be set
*1: The setting can be made only when “x.v.Color” is set to “Off”.
*2: The setting can be made only when “Over Scan” is set to “On” and “Wide Mode” is set to “Full”
in the Screen
menu.
*3: If the input signal is from a computer, the setting cannot be made when the aspect ratio is 16:9
or wider.
*4: The setting can be made only when “Zoom” is selected in “Wide Mode”.
*5: The setting can be made only for analog signal.
Note
When connecting a cable such as an HDMI cable, etc., check the type of the signal in the Information
menu (1 page 52) and Digital signal (1 page 68), and check items that are adjustable/can be
set.
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Ceiling Installation
Use the PSS-H10 Projector Suspension Support when you install the projector on a
ceiling. The projection distances for ceiling installation are shown below.
L’:Distance between the screen and the installation hole at the
ceiling side of the ceiling mount unit (front side)
y’: Distance between the ceiling and the center of the screen such
that the picture will not be truncated or blocked
Others
PSS-H10 Projector Suspension
Support (not supplied)
Ceiling
Center of the screen
Center of the lens
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When using the 16:9 aspect ratio screen size
Screen Size
SS (inches)
(mm)
(minimum)
L’
(maximum)
(minimum)
y’
(maximum)
40
60
80
100
120
150
200
250
300
1016
1524
2032
2540
3048
3810
5080
6350
7620
1385
2008
2632
3256
3879
4814
6373
7932
9491
(54 17/32)
(79 1/16)
(103 5/8)
(128 5/32)
(152 23/32)
(189 17/32)
(250 29/32)
(312 9/32)
(373 21/32)
2013
2955
3896
4837
5779
7190
9544
11897
14250
(79 9/32)
(116 5/16)
(190 7/16)
(227 1/2)
(283 3/32)
4)
(468 3/8)
(561 1/32)
(153 3/
8)
(375 3/
249
374
498
623
747
934
1245
1557
1868
(9 7/8)
(14 3/4)
(19 5/8)
(24 5/8)
(29 1/2)
(36 7/8)
(49 1/8)
(61 3/8)
(73 5/8)
592
754
916
1078
1240
1483
1887
2292
2697
(23 3/8)
(29 3/4)
(36 1/8)
(42 1/2)
(48 7/8)
(58 1/2)
(74 3/8)
(90 1/4)
(106 1/4)
Unit: mm (inches)
To calculate the installation positions
L’ (minimum) = 31.1781 (1 7/32) × SS + 137.7 (5 13/32)
L’ (maximum) = 47.0644 (1 27/32) × SS + 130.8 (5 5/32)
y’ (minimum) = 6.2263 (1/4) × SS
y’ (maximum) = 8.0942 (5/16) × SS + 268.5 (10 9/16)
When using the 4:3 aspect ratio screen size
Screen Size
SS (inches)
(mm)
(minimum)
L’
(maximum)
(minimum)
y’
(maximum)
40
60
80
100
120
150
200
250
1016
1524
2032
2540
3048
3810
5080
6350
7620
1664
2427
3190
3953
4717
5861
7769
9677
11585
(65 1/2)
(95 9/16)
(230 3/4)
(305 7/8)
8771
11651
(125 19/32) (155 21/32) (185 11/16)
2435
3587
4739
(95 27/32)
(141 7/32)
(186 9/16)
5891
7043
(231 29/32) (277 9/32)
(345 5/16) (458 11/16)
300
(380 31/32) (456 3/32)
14531
17411
(572 1/16) (685 15/32)
305
457
610
762
914
1143
1524
1905
2286
(12 1/8)
(18)
(24 1/8)
(30)
(36)
(45)
(60)
(75)
(90)
665
863
1061
1259
1457
1754
2250
2745
3240
(26 1/4)
(34)
(41 7/8)
(49 5/8)
(57 3/8)
(69 1/8)
(88 5/8)
(108 1/8)
(127 5/8)
Unit: mm (inches)
To calculate the installation positions
L’ (minimum) = 38.1569 (1 1/2) × SS + 137.7 (5 13/32)
L’ (maximum) = 57.5992 (2 9/32) × SS + 130.8 (5 5/32)
y’ (minimum) = 7.62 (5/16) × SS
y’ (maximum) = 9.906 (3/8) × SS + 268.5 (10 9/16)
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Attaching the PSS-H10 projector suspension support
For details on installation on a ceiling, refer to the Installation manual for Dealers of the
PSS-H10. Make sure to consult with a qualified Sony personnel for installation.
The installation measurements are shown below when installing the projector on a ceiling
using the PSS-H10.
Top view
Install the projector so that the center of the lens is parallel to the center of the screen.
182.8 (7 1/4)
130 (5 1/8)
Front of the cabinet
Others
Center of the lens
227.8 (9)
Distance between the screen
and the center of the lens
Upper ceiling
mount bracket
Center of the supporting pole
(The center of the supporting pole
is different from that of the unit.)
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Front view
150 (6)
75 (3)
Ceiling
175 (7)
Center of the
supporting pole
The bottom
surface of the
mount bracket
93.5 (3 3/4)
Center of the lens
203.7 (8 1/8)
203.7 (8 1/8)
407.4 (16 1/8)
Side view
182.8 (7 1/4)
130 (5 1/8)
Center of the lens
Front of the cabinet
227.8 (9)
236.1 (9 3/8)
463.9 (18 3/8)
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Index
A
HDMI ...................................................... 19
Hue .......................................................... 42
I
Image Flip ............................................... 50
Input-A Signal Sel. ................................. 48
L
Lamp Control .......................................... 42
Lamp Timer ............................................ 52
Language ................................................. 47
Location of Controls
Front/Right side .................................... 8
Rear/Bottom .......................................... 9
M
B
Background .............................................49
Black Level Adj. .....................................43
Blanking ..................................................50
Brightness ................................................42
C
Ceiling Installation ..................................71
Cinema Black Pro ....................................42
Color Space .............................................43
Color System ...........................................48
Color Temp. ............................................42
Connecting
Computer .............................................21
Video equipment .................................18
Contrast ...................................................42
Control for HDMI ...................................49
Cooling Setting ........................................47
E
Expert Setting ..........................................43
F
fH ..........................................................52
FREEZE ..................................................36
fV ..........................................................52
G
Gamma Correction ..................................43
Menu
Advanced Picture ................................ 44
Function .............................................. 49
Information ......................................... 52
Installation ........................................... 50
Picture ................................................. 41
Screen .................................................. 45
Setup ................................................... 47
Messages
Caution ................................................ 58
Warning ............................................... 58
MPEG NR ............................................... 43
N
NR .......................................................... 43
O
Over Scan ................................................ 46
P
Panel Alignment ..................................... 51
PIC MUTING ......................................... 36
Picture Mode
CINEMA ............................................. 32
Cinema ................................................ 41
DYNAMIC ......................................... 32
Dynamic .............................................. 41
STANDARD ....................................... 32
Standard .............................................. 41
USER .................................................. 32
User ..................................................... 41
Precautions ................................................ 7
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Others
Adjust Signal
APA .....................................................46
Phase ....................................................46
Pitch .....................................................46
Shift .....................................................46
Adjuster ...................................................25
Adjusting
picture position ....................................22
picture quality ......................................33
Advanced Iris ..........................................42
APA ...................................................36, 46
Auto Input Search ....................................49
H
Preset Memory ........................................ 53
Preset Signals .......................................... 66
R
RCP ......................................................... 44
Remote control
inserting the batteries .......................... 11
location of controls .............................. 10
Reset
resettable items .................................... 40
resetting the items ............................... 40
S
Screen Area ............................................. 46
Selecting the menu language .................. 26
Sharpness ................................................ 42
Specifications .......................................... 64
Standby Mode ......................................... 47
Status ....................................................... 47
Supplied accessories ............................... 11
T
Troubleshooting ...................................... 55
V
V Keystone .............................................. 50
W
WIDE MODE ......................................... 30
Wide Mode
Full ...................................................... 45
Full 1 ................................................... 45
Full 2 ................................................... 45
Normal ................................................. 45
Wide Zoom .......................................... 45
Zoom ................................................... 45
X
x.v.Color ........................................... 43, 54
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