4-732-479-11 (1)
Video Projector
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual, supplied Quick Reference Manual
and Safety Regulations thoroughly, and retain them for future reference.
VPL-VW760ES
VPL-VW885ES
© 2017 Sony Corporation
Table of Contents
Location of Controls
Error Handling
Front/Right Side .......................................................... 3
Rear/Left Side/Bottom ................................................ 4
Remote Control ........................................................... 5
Troubleshooting ........................................................ 34
About Indicators ........................................................ 36
Message Lists ............................................................ 37
Connections and Preparations
Others
Installing the Unit ....................................................... 6
Adjusting the Picture Position .................................... 6
Connecting to Video Equipment or a Computer ....... 10
Updating the Software .............................................. 38
About HDR (high dynamic range) ............................ 38
About the Simulated 3D Feature ............................... 38
NOTICES AND LICENSES FOR SOFTWARE USED
IN THIS PRODUCT .............................................. 38
Specifications ............................................................ 39
Preset Signals ....................................................... 40
Input Signals and Adjustment/Setting Items ....... 41
Compatible 3D Signals ........................................ 42
3D Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items ............ 42
Aspect Mode ........................................................ 43
Motionflow .......................................................... 44
Storage Conditions of Adjustment/Setting
Items ................................................................. 45
Projection Distance and Lens Shift Range ................ 47
Dimensions ............................................................... 51
Projecting
Projecting the Picture ................................................ 11
Turning Off the Power ......................................... 11
Watching 3D Video Images ...................................... 11
Using the 3D Glasses ........................................... 12
Using the Picture Position ......................................... 12
Selecting the Aspect Ratio According to the Video
Signal ..................................................................... 13
Selecting the Picture Viewing Mode ......................... 15
Using the Menus
Operation through the Menus ................................... 16
Picture Menu ............................................................. 18
Advanced Picture Menu ............................................ 22
Screen Menu ............................................................. 23
Setup Menu ............................................................... 25
Function Menu .......................................................... 26
Items Locked by Settings Lock ........................... 28
Installation Menu ...................................................... 29
Information Menu ..................................................... 31
About the Preset Memory .................................... 31
Using Network Features
Displaying the Control Window of the Unit with a
Web Browser .......................................................... 32
Operating the Control Window ................................. 33
Switching the Page ............................................... 33
Setting the Access Limitation .............................. 33
Confirming the Information Regarding the
Unit ................................................................... 33
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Location of Controls
Front/Right Side
Connectors
Indicators
Others
a ON/STANDBY indicator (page 36)
i Ventilation holes (intake)
b WARNING indicator (page 36)
j Remote control detector (page 6)
Connectors
c LAN connector (page 32)
d HDMI 1/HDMI 2 connector (page 10)
e TRIGGER 1/TRIGGER 2 connector (page 29)
f IR IN connector
Inputs the signals to control the projector.
g REMOTE connector
Connects to a computer, etc. for remote control.
h USB connector (page 38)
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Rear/Left Side/Bottom
The buttons on the control panel function the same as those on the remote control.
Control panel
Control panel
Others
a [/1 (On/Standby) button (page 7)
f Remote control detector (page 6)
b INPUT button (page 11)
g Ventilation holes (exhaust)
c MENU button (page 16)
h AC IN socket (page 7)
d M/m/</, (arrow)/ENTER button (page 16)
i Projector suspension support attaching hole
(page 52)
e LENS button (page 6)
j Front feet (adjustable) (page 8)
k Ventilation holes (intake)
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a LIGHT button
Illuminates the buttons on the remote control.
Remote Control
b Infrared transmitter
c ?/1 (On/Standby) button (page 7)
d INPUT button (page 11)
e CALIBRATED PRESET buttons (page 15)
f LENS ADJUSTMENT buttons (page 7)
g POSITION button (page 12)
h RESET button (page 17)
i M/m/</, (arrow)/
(page 16)
(enter) button
j MENU button (page 16)
k MOTIONFLOW button (page 19)
l ASPECT button (page 13)
m COLOR SPACE button (page 21)
n COLOR TEMP button (page 19)
o GAMMA CORRECTION button (page 20)
p 3D button (page 11)
q REALITY CREATION button (page 18)
r ADVANCED IRIS button
This function is not provided in this projector.
s CONTRAST ENHANCER button (page 19)
t SHARPNESS +/– button (page 20)
u CONTRAST +/– button (page 19)
v BRIGHTNESS +/– button (page 19)
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Connections and Preparations
Installing the Unit
Adjusting the Picture
Position
The installation distance between the unit and a screen
varies depending on the size of the screen or whether or not
you use the lens shift features. Install this unit so that it fits
the size of your screen. For details on the distance between
the unit and the screen (the projection distance) and the
size of projected video, see “Projection Distance and Lens
Shift Range” (page 47).
1
Project an image on the screen and then adjust the picture
position.
Position the unit so that the lens is parallel to the
screen.
Top view
Screen
Remote control detector
2
Tips
• The ?/1 (On/Standby), INPUT, and MENU buttons on the side
panel of the unit have the same functions as those on the remote
control. The M/m/</, (arrow)/ENTER button of the unit has
the same function as the M/m/</, (arrow)/
(enter) button
on the remote control. The LENS button functions the same way
as the LENS ADJUSTMENT (FOCUS, ZOOM, SHIFT) buttons
on the remote control.
• When adjusting the lens, each time you press the LENS button on
the unit, the lens adjustment function switches between “Lens
Focus,” “Lens Zoom” and “Lens Shift.”
Project an image on the screen and adjust the picture
so that it fits the screen (page 6).
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 unit or the zooming magnifications. This is not a
malfunction of the unit.
Note
Depending on the installation location of the unit, you may not be
able to control it with the remote control. In this case, point the
remote control at the remote control detector of the unit or the screen.
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1
4
After connecting the AC power cord to the unit, plug
the AC power cord into a wall outlet.
The ON/STANDBY indicator lights in red and the
unit goes into standby mode.
Adjust the picture size.
Press the LENS ADJUSTMENT (ZOOM) button to
display the Lens Zoom adjustment window (test
pattern). Then adjust the size of the picture by
pressing the M/m/</, button.
Lights in red.
2
Press the ?/1 (On/Standby) button to turn on the unit.
The ON/STANDBY indicator flashes in green, and
then lights in green.
Flashes in green for
tens of seconds and
then lights in green.
3
To make the picture larger, press M/,.
To make the picture smaller, press m/<.
Adjust the focus.
Press the LENS ADJUSTMENT (FOCUS) button to
display the Lens Focus adjustment window (test
pattern). Then adjust the focus of the picture by
pressing the M/m/</, button.
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Tips
• When “Lens Control” is set to “Off” on the Installation
menu,
you cannot adjust the focus, the picture size or the proper position
by pressing the FOCUS, ZOOM or SHIFT button (page 29).
• When “Test Pattern” is set to “Off” on the Function
menu, the
test pattern is not displayed (page 27).
Adjust the picture position.
Press the LENS ADJUSTMENT (SHIFT) button to
display the Lens Shift adjustment window (test
pattern). Then adjust to the proper position of the
picture by pressing the M/m/</, button.
Tip
Whenever you press the
button, the test pattern disappears.
Note
When adjusting the picture position, do not touch the lens unit,
otherwise your fingers may be pinched by the moving parts.
Note
Adjust the lens by using buttons on the remote control or the control
panel of the unit. Never make adjustments by directly turning the
lens with your hands, which may cause damage or malfunction to the
unit.
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To adjust the horizontal position
Note
The range to move the picture projected on the screen can be
adjusted only within the octagon area illustrated below. For details,
see “Projection Distance and Lens Shift Range” (page 47).
Press </,.
The picture projected on the screen moves right or left by
a maximum of 31% of the screen width from the center of
the lens.
Range of movement of the projected picture
0.85V
Top view
31% 1 screen width 31%
0.31H
0.31H
Projected Picture
0.8V
H: Width of the projected picture
V: Height of the projected picture
: Picture position when moving the
picture to the left at maximum
: Picture position when moving the
picture to the right at maximum
Press the RESET button on the remote control while the Lens Shift
adjustment window is displayed, the horizontal position returns to
the center of the lens (factory default position). The zoom and focus
are not changed.
To adjust the tilt of the installation surface
If the unit is installed on an uneven surface, use the front
feet (adjustable) to keep the unit level.
To adjust the vertical position
Press M/m.
The picture projected on the screen moves up by a
maximum of 85% or moves down by a maximum of 80%
of the screen height from the center of the lens.
Turn to adjust.
Front feet (adjustable)
Side view
Notes
• If the unit is tilted up or down, the projected image may be
trapezoidal.
• Be careful not to catch your finger when turning the front feet
(adjustable).
85%
1 screen
height
80%
: Picture position when moving the
picture upward at maximum
: Picture position when moving the
picture downward at maximum
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Lens adjustment window (test pattern)
1.78:1 (16:9)
1.33:1 (4:3)
2.35:1
1.85:1
The dashed lines show the screen sizes of each
aspect ratio.
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Connecting to Video Equipment or a Computer
You can enjoy high picture quality by connecting a DVD player/recorder, Blu-ray Disc player/recorder, or PlayStation®
equipped with HDMI output to the HDMI input of the unit.
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.
Computer
Right side of the unit
Equipment with HDMI output connectors
to HDMI input
AV amplifier
Speakers
to HDMI output
HDMI cable (not supplied)
: Video signal flow
Use a High Speed or Premium High Speed HDMI
cable on which the cable type logo is specified.
Notes
• Use a High Speed or Premium High Speed HDMI cable. With a standard HDMI cable, images of 1080p, DeepColor, 3D video and 4K video
may not be displayed properly.
• When connecting an HDMI cable to the unit, make sure the V mark on the upper part of the HDMI input of the unit and the v mark on the
connector of the cable are faced at each other.
• If the picture from equipment connected to the unit with an HDMI cable is not correct, check the settings of the connected equipment.
• 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.
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Projecting
Projecting the Picture
1
Watching 3D Video
Images
Turn on both the unit and the equipment connected to
the unit.
2
Press INPUT to display the input palette on the
screen.
3
Select the equipment from which you want to display
images.
Press INPUT repeatedly or press M/m/ (enter) to
select the equipment from which to project.
You can enjoy powerful 3D video images, such as from 3D
games and 3D Blu-ray Discs, using the optional Active 3D
Glasses (TDG-BT500A).
Tips
• When “Status” is set to “Off” on the Setup
menu, the input
palette does not appear. Press the INPUT button to switch between
input terminals sequentially.
• You can change the language for the menu and on-screen displays
in “Language” on the Setup
menu (page 25).
Turning Off the Power
1
Press the ?/1 (On/Standby) button.
The message “POWER OFF?” appears.
2
Press the ?/1 (On/Standby) button again before the
message disappears.
The ON/STANDBY indicator flashes in green and the
fan continues to run to reduce the internal heat.
1
Turn on the HDMI equipment for 3D compatibility
connected to the unit, then play the 3D content.
For details on how to play 3D content, refer to the
operating instructions for the connected equipment.
2
Turn on the unit and project the 3D video image.
For details on how to project the image, see
“Projecting the Picture” (page 11).
3
Turn on the 3D glasses, and then put them on so that
they fit comfortably.
For details on how to use the 3D glasses, see “Using
the 3D Glasses” (page 12).
Tip
The factory default setting for “2D-3D Display Sel.” is “Auto” to
allow projecting 3D video images automatically when the unit
detects 3D signals.
Notes
• It may not be possible to display 3D video image, depending on
the type of signal. Set the “2D-3D Display Sel.” to “3D,” and “3D
Format” to “Side-by-Side” or “Over-Under” to suit the format of
the 3D content you want to watch (page 26).
• Use the 3D glasses within the communication range (page 12).
• There are differences in perception of 3D video images among
individuals.
• When the temperature of the usage environment is low, the 3D
effect may be diminished.
The fan stops and the ON/STANDBY indicator
changes from flashing green to remaining red.
The power is turned off completely, and you can
disconnect the AC power cord.
Adjusting/Setting the 3D functions
Note
Never disconnect the AC power cord while the indicator is flashing.
You can adjust/set the 3D functions by pressing the 3D
button on the remote control or with the “3D Settings” of
the Function
menu. For details, see “3D Settings”
(page 26).
Tip
You can turn off the unit by holding the ?/1 (On/Standby) button for
about 1 second, instead of performing the above steps.
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Using the 3D Glasses
1
2
3
Using the Picture
Position
Turn on the 3D glasses, and register them on the unit.
For details on how to register the 3D glasses, refer to
the operating instructions supplied with the 3D
glasses.
You can store up to five combinations of lens settings
(focus, picture size, picture position), aspect ratio, and
blanking. These settings can be recalled.
In the factory preset setting, the Picture Position is not
stored.
Put on the 3D glasses.
Turn toward the screen.
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Precautions for use
Misoperation may occur if:
• The viewing position is too far from the projector
• There are other communication devices, such as a
wireless LAN (IEEE802.11 b/g/n) or a microwave with
a bandwidth of 2.4 GHz, near the unit
3D glasses communication range
The Picture Position selecting palette is displayed.
The following figure indicates the communication range of
the 3D glasses. If you try to watch 3D video images from
a distance greater than the communication range or install
the unit outside the communication range, the 3D glasses
may not be able to display the images properly. Also, the
distance varies depending on the environment of the room
and installation environment of the unit.
2
Top or side view
Projector
10 m
10 m
Press POSITION.
10 m
10 m
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Press POSITION repeatedly, or press M/m/ to
select the position.
The settings of the position selected is recalled.
Store or delete lens settings, aspect ratio, and blanking
in the “Picture Position” of the Screen
menu
(page 23).
The position where the lens settings, aspect ratio, and
blanking are not stored is displayed as “---.”
Image of the lens moving
In the example below, the images with aspect ratio of
1.78:1 (16:9) and 2.35:1 are projected on a 2.35:1 screen.
Selecting the Aspect
Ratio According to the
Video Signal
You can select an aspect ratio best suited for the video
signal received.
When a 1.78:1 (16:9) image is input
Press ASPECT.
Each time you press the button, you can select the “Aspect”
setting.You can also select it using the menu (page 23).
When a 2.35:1 image is input
Press the POSITION button.
ASPECT
button
The 2.35:1 image expands to fill the screen.
Notes
Original image
• After you have selected and confirmed the lens position, the lens
starts to move. Do not touch, or place anything near, the lens,
otherwise it may cause injury or a malfunction.
• If you press any button on the remote control or the unit while the
lens is moving, the lens stops. In this case, select the lens position
again or adjust the lens manually.
• The Picture Position function is not guaranteed to reproduce the
lens settings precisely.
• When you use the subtended screen angle of two or more aspects
using lens zoom, install the unit within the specified parameters
referring to “Projection distance” (page 48). With some setting
positions, the range of lens shift may be restricted, even though the
unit is installed within the specified parameters.
Recommended setting and
resultant images
1.85:1 Zoom
1.85:1
Squeezed 1.85:1
2.35:1 Zoom
2.35:1
Squeezed 2.35:1
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Original image
Notes on switching the “Aspect” setting
• Select the aspect 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 unit is used for profit or for public
viewing, modifying the original picture by switching the
aspect may constitute an infringement of the rights of
authors or producers, which are legally protected.
Recommended setting and
resultant images
Normal
1.78:1 (16:9)
1.33:1 (4:3)
1.33:1 (4:3) with side panels
V Stretch
2.35:1
When using an anamorphic lens
Squeeze
16:9
When using an anamorphic lens
Stretch
Squeezed
Note
Selectable aspect modes vary depending on the input signal
(page 43).
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Selecting the Picture
Viewing Mode
You can select the picture viewing mode that best suits the
type of video source or room conditions.
You can save and use different preset modes for 2D/3D
respectively.
Press one of the CALIBRATED PRESET buttons.
CALIBRATED PRESET buttons
Setting items
Description
CINEMA FILM 1 Picture quality suited to reproducing the
highly dynamic and clear images typical of
master positive film.
CINEMA FILM 2 Picture quality suited to reproducing the rich
tone and color typical of a movie theater,
based on the “CINEMA FILM 1.”
REF
A picture quality setup suitable for when you
want to reproduce faithfully the original
image quality, or for enjoying image quality,
without any adjustment.
TV
Picture quality suited for watching TV
programs, sports, concerts, and other video
images.
PHOTO
Ideal for projecting still images taken with a
digital camera.
GAME
Picture quality suited to gaming, with wellmodulated colors and fast response.
Picture quality suited for watching movies in
a bright environment, such as a living room.
Picture quality suited for watching TV
programs, sports, concerts, and other video
images in a bright environment, such as a
living room.
BRT CINE
BRT TV
USER
Adjusts the picture quality to suit your taste
then saves the setting. The factory default
setting is the same as “REF.”
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Using the Menus
Note
The menu displays used for the explanation may be different from the actual menu display.
Pop-up menu
Operation through the
Menus
Setting items
The unit is equipped with an on-screen menu for making
various adjustments and settings. If you select an item
name followed by an arrow (B), the next menu window
with setting items appears.
1
Press MENU.
The menu window appears.
Setting menu
2
Adjustment menu
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
white.
Next menu window
Setting items
3
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.
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4
Make the setting or adjustment of an item.
When changing the adjustment level
Press M/, to increase the value, and press m/< to
decrease the value.
Press
to store the setting and restore the original
menu 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.
To clear the menu
Press MENU.
To reset the picture that has been adjusted
Select “Reset” from the Picture
menu.
When the screen display appears, select “Yes” using <
and press .
All of the following settings are reset to its factory preset
value:
“Reality Creation,” “Cinema Black Pro,” “Motionflow,”
“Contrast,” “Brightness,” “Color,” “Hue,” “Color Temp.,”
“Sharpness,” and “Expert Setting” on the Picture
menu
To reset the items that have been adjusted
Select an item in the menu screen, and display the pop-up
menu, the setting menu, or the adjustment menu.
Press RESET on the remote control to reset only the
selected settings to its factory preset value.
Note
The RESET button on the remote control is available only when the
adjustment menu or the setting menu is selected.
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Picture Menu
The Picture menu is used for adjusting the picture.
Note
These items may not be adjustable or configurable, depending on the type of input signal. For details, see “Input Signals
and Adjustment/Setting Items” (page 41).
Item names in brackets represent those printed on the remote control.
Setting items
Description
Calib. Preset [CALIBRATED
PRESET]
You can select the picture viewing mode that best suits the type of video source or the environment.
You can save and use different preset modes for 2D/3D respectively.
Cinema Film 1: Picture quality suited to reproducing the highly dynamic and clear images typical of
master positive film.
Cinema Film 2: Picture quality suited to reproducing the rich tone and color typical of a movie theater,
based on the Cinema Film 1.
Reference: A picture quality setup suitable for when you want to reproduce faithfully the original image
quality, or for enjoying image quality, without any adjustment.
TV: Picture quality suited for watching TV programs, sports, concerts, and other video images.
Photo: Ideal for projecting still images taken with a digital camera.
Game: Picture quality suited to gaming, with well-modulated colors and fast response.
Bright Cinema: Picture quality suited for watching movies in a bright environment, such as a living
room.
Bright TV: Picture quality suited for watching TV programs, sports, concerts, and other video images in
a bright environment, such as a living room.
User: You can adjust the picture quality to suit your taste, and save the setting. The factory default
setting is the same as “Reference.”
Tip
Any adjustments to picture quality settings are saved for each input.
Reset
Resets all currently selected Calib. Preset mode settings to their default values (page 17).
Tip
Reset does not affect settings saved for items of “Color Temp.”
Reality Creation [REALITY
CREATION]
Adjusts the detail and noise processing of images. (Super-resolution function)
On: Adjusts the settings of “Reality Creation.”
Database: Select “Normal” or “Mastered in 4K.”
“Mastered in 4K” provides image quality suitable for Blu-ray Disc™ “Mastered in 4K” releasing
from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Resolution: When you increase the setting value, the texture and detail of the picture become sharper.
Noise Filtering: When you increase the setting value, the noise (picture roughness) becomes less
prominent.
Test: On/Off: Changes “On” and “Off” at a certain frequency to check the effect of “Reality
Creation.”
Tip
The display position of status during the test works together with the “Menu Position” setting
(page 25).
Off: The “Reality Creation” function is not applied.
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Setting items
Description
Cinema Black Pro
Laser Light Setting
Dynamic Control: Adjusts the range of movement of the laser light control.
Full: Automatically optimizes the laser light control and signal processing according to the brightness
level of the input source. This results in a bright and high contrast image.
Limited: Suppresses the movement and brightness of the laser light control, making the picture
quality suitable for viewing in a dark room.
Off: The “Dynamic Control” function is not applied.
Output: The higher the setting, the brighter the picture. The lower the setting, the darker the picture.
Tip
Adjust “Output” according to the brightness of the picture.
Contrast Enhancer
Corrects the level of bright and dark parts automatically to optimize contrast according to a scene.
[CONTRAST ENHANCER] Increases image sharpness and makes image dynamic.
High/Middle/Low: You can adjust the contrast enhancer.
Off: The contrast enhancer function is not applied.
Motionflow [MOTIONFLOW]
Impulse: Reproduces original picture quality. Provides cinema-like picture, which may flicker.
Combination: Reduces motion blur while maintaining brightness for high-speed picture content.
Smooth High: Provides smoother picture movement; especially effective for film-based content.
Smooth Low: Provides smoother picture movement for standard use.
True Cinema: Images, such as a movie created in 24 frames per second, are reproduced at the original
framerate.
Off: The “Motionflow” function is not applied.
Tips
• Select “Off” if the selected “Smooth High,” “Smooth Low,” “Impulse,” “Combination,” or “True
Cinema” results in a distorted picture.
• Depending on the picture content, you may not see the effect visually even if you have changed the
settings.
• Only “Off” or “Impulse” is available when a signal with a resolution of 4096 × 2160 is input.
Contrast
[CONTRAST]
Adjusts the contrast.
Higher values increase the sharpness in images, while lower values decrease the sharpness.
You can make adjustments by pressing the CONTRAST +/- button on the remote control.
When the HDR signal is input with “HDR10,” “HDR Reference,” “HLG,” or “Auto” set for “HDR,”
“Contrast(HDR)” appears instead of “Contrast.”
Brightness
[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 BRIGHTNESS +/- button on the remote control.
Color
Adjusts 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.
[COLOR TEMP]
Adjusts the color temperature.
D93: Equivalent to 9,300 K color temperature normally used in TVs. Gives white colors a blue tint.
D75: Equivalent to 7,500 K color temperature used as an ancillary standard illuminant. Gives a neutral
tint between “D93” and “D65.”
D65: Equivalent to 6,500 K color temperature used as a standard illuminant. Gives white colors a red
tint.
D55: Equivalent to 5,500 K color temperature used as an ancillary standard illuminant. Gives white
colors an even redder tint.
Custom 1 to 5: Enables you to adjust, set, and store your favorite color temperature.
The factory default settings are as follows.
Custom 1: Same as the “D93” color temperature setting.
Custom 2: Same as the “D75” color temperature setting.
Custom 3: Same as the “D65” color temperature setting.
Custom 4: Same as the “D55” color temperature setting.
Custom 5: Setting that prioritizes brightness.
Tip
You can adjust each item to a color temperature according to your preference.
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Setting items
Description
Sharpness
[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.
You can make adjustments by pressing the SHARPNESS +/- button on the remote control.
Expert Setting
NR (Noise Reduction)
Reduces the roughness or noise of the picture.
Auto: Detects the noise level to reduce the roughness or noise of the picture automatically.
High/Middle/Low: Select a setting according to the roughness or noise of the input signal source.
Off: The NR (noise reduction) function is not applied.
Tip
The noise level may not be detected accurately with “Auto” depending on the input signal source. If the
picture is unacceptable with “Auto,” select a setting from among “High,” “Middle,” “Low” or “Off.”
MPEG NR (MPEG Noise
Reduction)
Reduces block noise and mosquito noise, particularly in digital signals.
Auto: Detects the noise level to reduce the block noise and mosquito noise of the picture automatically.
High/Middle/Low: Select a setting according to the block noise and mosquito noise of the input signal
source.
Off: The MPEG NR (MPEG noise reduction) function is not applied.
Tip
The noise level may not be detected accurately with “Auto” depending on the input signal source. If the
picture is unacceptable with “Auto,” select a setting from among “High,” “Middle,” “Low” or “Off.”
Smooth Gradation
Smooths the gradation of the flat parts of images.
High/Middle/Low: You can adjust the smooth gradation effect.
Off: The smooth gradation function is not applied.
Tip
This item is not available for 3D signals.
Film Mode
According to the film source you have selected, make a setting for playback.
Auto: Suitable for reproducing the original picture movement. Normally, set this to “Auto.”
Off: Plays back the picture in progressive format without detecting video signals automatically.
Tip
This item is compatible with a 1080i signal only.
Gamma Correction
[GAMMA CORRECTION]
Adjusts the response characteristics of the tone of the picture.
Select a favorite tone from 10 options.
1.8: Bright Produces a brighter picture overall.
2
2.1
2.2
2.4
2.6: Dark
Produces a darker picture overall.
Gamma 7: Simulates the gamma curve of film.
Gamma 8: Increases the sharpness in images. Select this when you watch in a bright environment, such
as a living room.
Gamma 9: Produces a brighter picture than Gamma 8.
Gamma 10: Increases the sharpness in images. Select this when you watch TV programs, etc., in a
bright environment, such as a living room.
Off: The “Gamma Correction” function is not applied.
Color Correction
On: Adjusts Hue, Saturation and Brightness of the selected colors.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 described below to specify the target color.
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.”
2 Press M/m to select “Hue,” “Saturation” or “Brightness,” then adjust them to suit your taste using </
, while watching the projected picture.
Off: The “Color Correction” effect is not applied.
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Setting items
Description
Clear White
Emphasizes vivid whites.
High/Low: You can adjust the “Clear White” effect.
Off: The “Clear White” effect is not applied.
x.v.Color
Set this item when connecting the unit with equipment that supports x.v.Color and playing back an
x.v.Color video signal.
On: You can play back an x.v.Color video signal.
Off: The “x.v.Color” function is not applied.
Tip
Setting x.v.Color to “On” disables gamma adjustment.
HDR
Sets how to play back HDR content.
Auto: Distinguishes HDR content automatically and applies the optimal picture quality.
When an input signal supports BT.2020, the “Color Space” is set to “BT.2020” automatically. When a
signal other than BT.2020 is input, the mode set in “Color Space” is applied. (“BT.2020” is not available
in this case.)
HDR10: Set when playing back HDR10-compatible content.
HDR Reference: This mode is suitable for playing back HDR10-compatible content with a maximum
brightness of 1,000 nit.
HLG: Set when playing back HLG-compatible content.
Off: Set when playing back content other than HDR content.
All of the modes of “Color Space” are selectable when “HDR10,” “HDR Reference,” “HLG,” or “Off” is
selected.
Notes
• If the setting is not correct for the input content, the bright and dark areas of the video may appear too
bright or too dark.
• When setting “HDR10” or “HDR Reference,” compare the picture quality in both modes, and select
the one that optimally displays the average brightness and tone of the bright parts.
Color Space
[COLOR SPACE]
Converts the color space.
BT.709: An ITU-R BT.709 color space, which is used for high-definition television broadcast or Blu-ray
Disc. The color space is equivalent to sRGB.
BT.2020: The color space is wider than BT.709. Use this setting when playing back HDR content.
Color Space 1: The color space suited for watching TV programs and video images, such as sports,
concerts, etc.
Color Space 2: The color space suited for watching TV programs, sports, concerts, and other video
images in a bright environment, such as a living room.
Color Space 3: The color space suited for watching movies in a bright environment, such as a living
room.
Custom: You can adjust the color space setting.
Note
When “HDR” is set to “Auto,” the selectable mode changes according to the signal type (page 21).
Input Lag Reduction
Reduces the delay of the display for a video.
On: Shortens the time to display the input video image; effective for increasing the performance of the
display reaction speed when using an external controller, etc.
Off: Turns the Input Lag Reduction function off.
Tip
When “Input Lag Reduction” is set to “On,” “Motionflow” (settings other than “Impulse”), “NR,” and
“MPEG NR” cannot be set.
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Advanced Picture Menu
You can adjust the gaps in color that have occurred after a long period of use.
Notes
• Auto Calibration results in relatively coarse calibration. The color settings are not guaranteed to be the same as the factory default values.
• The colors are projected automatically while performing “Pre Check” or “Adjust.” This is not a malfunction.
• Do not turn off the power or operate the remote control or control panel during “Pre Check” or “Adjust,” as the process may be canceled.
Tips
• dE is an indicator of changing color. The smaller the value of dE, the fewer the changes caused by the color.
• Perform the calibration after the power has been on for more than 30 minutes.
• It takes a few minutes for “Pre Check” or “Adjust” to complete.
• When “Pre Check” or “Adjust” starts, the screen position may shift as the lens returns to its factory default position. After completion, the
screen returns to its previous position automatically.
• If the environment, such as the brightness of the room, changes while performing “Pre Check” or “Adjust”, measurement may be affected.
• If the “Pre Check” or “Adjust” function fails, try it again.
Setting items
Description
Auto Calibration
Pre Check: Checks the color difference against the factory default settings, before calibration starts.
Adjust: Performs Auto Calibration.
Before/After: Toggles the factory default settings and the setting after the calibration at a certain
frequency. You can check the effect of the calibration by monitoring the actual image.
Reset: Resets the calibration results, and returns to the factory default settings.
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Screen Menu
You can set the picture size, aspect mode, etc.
Note
These items may not be available, depending on the type of input signal. For details, see “Input Signals and Adjustment/Setting Items”
(page 41).
Item names in brackets represent those printed on the remote control.
Setting items
Description
Picture Position
[POSITION]
You can store up to five combinations of lens settings, aspect ratio, and blanking.
After setting the lens (focus, picture size, picture position), select from “1.85:1,” “2.35:1,” “Custom 1,”
“Custom 2,” or “Custom 3” depending on the subtended screen angle, and after confirming, continue by
selecting “Save,” “Delete,” or “Select.”
Save: Stores the current lens settings (focus, picture size, picture position) in the selected position. If a
setting is already stored in that position, it is overwritten.
Delete: Deletes the stored setting. After the setting is deleted, “1.85:1,” “2.35:1,” “Custom 1,” “Custom
2,” or “Custom 3” in the display change to “---.”
Select: Recalls the settings of the selected position.
Tips
• The optimal aspect ratio is preset for each picture position. The aspect ratio can be changed and saved
for each picture position.
• When saving the Picture Position, temporarily move the picture from the saving point down 5 cm or
more. Move the picture up again and save. This improves the precision of the Picture Position when
calling it.
Notes
• After you have selected and confirmed the lens position, the lens starts to move. Do not touch the lens
and the area around the lens, otherwise it may cause injury or a malfunction.
• If you press any button on the remote control or the unit while the lens is moving, the lens stops. In
this case, select the lens position again or adjust the lens manually.
• When you use a 2.35:1 or a 16:9 subtended screen angle with the Picture Position function, make sure
that the installation position is suitable (page 12).
• The Picture Position function is not guaranteed to reproduce the lens settings precisely.
Aspect
[ASPECT]
You can set the aspect ratio of the picture to be displayed for the current input signal (page 13).
1.85:1 Zoom: A 1.85:1 aspect ratio picture is displayed in its original aspect ratio, enlarged so that black
bands do not appear at the top and bottom of the projection surface.
2.35:1 Zoom: A 2.35:1 aspect ratio picture is displayed in its original aspect ratio, enlarged so that black
bands at the top and bottom of the projection surface are as small as possible. When you select “2.35:1
Zoom” from “Trigger Select 1/2” on the Installation
menu, a 12 V signal is output from the
TRIGGER 1 or TRIGGER 2 connector (page 29).
Normal: Input video is displayed in its original aspect ratio, enlarged to fill the projection surface. This
mode is suitable for viewing 1.78:1 (16:9) and 1.33:1 (4:3) video.
V Stretch: This is the most suitable mode for using a 2.35:1 screen to view 2.35:1 video with a
commercially available anamorphic lens.
When you select “V Stretch” from “Trigger Select 1/2” on the Installation
menu, a 12 V signal is
output from the TRIGGER 1 or TRIGGER 2 connector (page 29).
Squeeze: With this setting, 1.78:1 (16:9) and 1.33:1 (4:3) video will be displayed in their correct aspect
ratios when you use a commercially available anamorphic lens.
Stretch: Displays video that has been squeezed to 1.33:1 (4:3) as 1.78:1 (16:9) aspect ratio.
Tips
• When you select “V Stretch” or “Squeeze,” select the anamorphic lens type from “Anamorphic Lens”
in the Installation
menu.
• Selectable aspect modes vary depending on the input signal (page 43).
• Aspect setting is stored for each of the five Picture Positions. Adjust the aspect after selecting the
Picture Position. Final adjusted values are stored automatically.
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Setting items
Description
Blanking
This feature allows you to adjust the displayable region within the four directions of the screen.
On: Select the edge to adjust by highlighting Left, Right, Top, or Bottom using the M/m button.
Adjust the amount of blanking using the </, button.
Off: Turns off the Blanking function.
Tips
• Depending on the aspect ratio setting, right/left blanking may not be available.
• Blanking setting is stored for each of the five Picture Positions. Adjust the blanking after selecting the
Picture Position. Final adjusted values are stored automatically.
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Setup Menu
The Setup menu is used to change the factory preset settings, etc.
Setting items
Description
Status
Sets whether or not the on-screen display is displayed.
On: Displays on-screen messages and menus.
Off: Turns off the on-screen displays, other than certain menus, a message when turning off the power,
and warning messages.
Language
Selects the language used in the menu and on-screen displays.
Menu Position
You can change the position to display the menu on the projection surface.
Bottom Left: Displays the menu on the bottom left area of the projection surface.
Center: Displays the menu on the center of the projection surface.
High Altitude Mode
Sets the unit to operate at the prevailing atmospheric pressure.
On: Use this setting when using the unit at an altitude of 1,500 m (approx. 4,900 ft) or higher.
Off: Use this setting when using the unit at normal altitudes.
Tip
When this item is set to “On,” the fan noise becomes slightly louder since the fan speed increases.
Remote Start
Sets the Remote Start settings.
On: You can turn on the power from a PC or a terminal which is connected to a network.
Off: Turns off the Remote Start function.
Tips
• To use the function, the unit should be connected to the network in advance (page 30).
• To turn on the power with the Remote Start function, a special command should be sent from a PC or
a terminal. For details, consult with qualified Sony personnel.
Note
When the Remote Start is set to “On,” the standby power requirement will increase. When Network
Management is set to “On,” Remote Start is automatically fixed at “Off” and is not displayed in the
menu.
Network Management
On: Set when connected to the network and continuously communicating with the projector control
equipment.
Off: Turns off the Network Management function.
Note
When Network Management is set to “On,” the network function is continuously enabled. Set Network
Management to “Off” for normal use. If you set to “On,” the power consumption increases.
Power Saving
Sets the Power Saving mode.
Standby: If no signal is input for 10 minutes, power is turned off automatically and the projector goes
into standby mode.
Off: Disables the Power Saving function.
All Reset
All settings are initialized to their factory preset values.
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Function Menu
The Function menu is used for changing the settings of the various functions of the unit.
Setting items
Description
3D Settings
You can change the settings of the 3D function.
2D-3D Display Sel.
For Switching the video images to “2D” or “3D.”
Auto: Displays 3D video images when HDMI signals with 3D information* are input. Displays 2D
video images when other signals are input.
3D: Displays 3D video images according to the 3D system selected in “3D Format.” However, when
HDMI signals with 3D information are input to the unit, displays 3D video images according to the 3D
system of those HDMI signals.
* The 3D information is additional information to discriminate 3D. Some HDMI signals have additional
information to discriminate 3D and some HDMI signals have none.
3D Format: Set the 3D system when the input HDMI signals do not include 3D information.
Simulated 3D: Converts 2D video images to 3D video images. The setting can be made only for input
the HD signals.
The simulated 3D feature may have limited effect, depending on the video source.
There are differences in perception of 3D video images among individuals.
Side-by-Side: Select this to display 3D images as two similar images, side-by-side.
Over-Under: Select this to display 3D images as two similar images, one above the other.
Tips
• “2D-3D Display Sel.” cannot be set to “3D” for some video sources. For available 3D signals, see
“Compatible 3D Signals” (page 42).
• The simulated 3D feature may have limited effect, depending on the screen size (100 to 120 inches
recommended) and the video source.
• The menu display has a ghost while a 3D video image is displayed and is best viewed with the 3D
glasses.
3D Depth Adjust
For adjusting the depth of the 3D video images on the projection surface. The setting can be made only
when a 3D Format other than “Simulated 3D” is selected.
Depth
Front
Normal
Depth
We recommend that “3D Depth Adjust” be set to “0.” The 3D video images may be difficult to perceive,
depending on the setting of “3D Depth Adjust.”
Simulated 3D Effect
For adjusting the 3D effect when 2D content is converted to 3D video images. You can select the effect
from among “High,” “Middle,” and “Low.”
Tip
There are differences in perception of 3D video images converted by the simulated 3D function among
individuals.
Dynamic Range
Sets the video input level for HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 connectors.
Auto: Sets the video input level automatically.
Limited: The video input level is set for signals that are equivalent to 16-235.
Full: The video input level is set for signals that are equivalent to 0-255.
Note
If the video output setting of the connected HDMI device is not set correctly, light and dark parts of the
video may appear too light or too dark.
HDMI Signal Format
Switches the video signal formats for 4K.
Standard Format: Displays a picture in the standard HDMI format. Normally use this setting.
Enhanced Format: Displays a picture in a more detailed HDMI format. Use this setting only when the
corresponding devices are used.
Tips
• A picture or sound may not be output normally when “Enhanced Format” is selected. In this case, set
to “Standard Format.”
• Set “Enhanced Format” only when the corresponding devices are used.
• It may take time to display a picture after switching the video signal formats.
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Setting items
Description
Test Pattern
Displays a test pattern according to the setting.
On: A test pattern appears on the screen to be used when adjusting the lens with “Lens Focus,” “Lens Zoom,”
and “Lens Shift.”
Off: A test pattern does not appear.
Tip
While the test pattern is displayed, it is only displayed in green to allow you to adjust the focus easily.
Settings Lock
Locks menu item settings to prevent operational error (page 28).
Off: Cancels the Settings Lock.
Level A: Group 1 items (below) are not displayed on the menu, and are not available.
Level B: Group 1 and Group 2 items (below) are not displayed on the menus, and are not available.
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Items Locked by Settings Lock
Group 1
Group 2
Picture menu
Setup menu
Reset
Reality Creation
Laser Light Setting
Contrast Enhancer
Motionflow
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Hue
Color Temp.
Sharpness
NR
MPEG NR
Smooth Gradation
Film Mode
Gamma Correction
Color Correction
Clear White
x.v.Color
HDR
Color Space
Input Lag Reduction
Status
Language
Menu Position
High Altitude Mode
Remote Start
Network Management
Power Saving
Function menu
Dynamic Range
Test Pattern
Installation menu
Image Flip
Lens Control
Anamorphic Lens
Trigger Select
IR Receiver
Panel Alignment
Network Setting
Advanced Picture menu
Auto Calibration
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Installation Menu
The Installation menu is used for changing the installation settings.
Setting items
Description
Image Flip
Flips the picture on the screen horizontally and/or vertically.
HV: Flips the picture horizontally and vertically.
H: Flips the picture horizontally.
V: Flips the picture vertically.
Off: The picture does not flip.
Use this item for installation for the rear projection or ceiling installation.
Lens Control
Avoids any operation of the lens such as “Lens Focus,” “Lens Zoom,” and “Lens Shift,” by mistake.
On: Enables adjustment of the lens.
Off: Prevents any adjustment of the lens.
Anamorphic Lens
Select a setting to match the anamorphic lens conversion ratio.
1.24x: Select this when you use an anamorphic lens with a horizontal rate of 1.24×.
1.32x: Select this when you use an anamorphic lens with a horizontal rate of 1.32×.
Trigger Select
Switches the output function of the TRIGGER 1/TRIGGER 2 connector.
Off: Turns off the TRIGGER connector function.
Power: Outputs 12 V signals from the TRIGGER 1/TRIGGER 2 connectors when the unit is on. The
TRIGGER 1/TRIGGER 2 connectors do not output any signals when the unit is in standby.
V Stretch: Works with the “Aspect” setting’s “V Stretch” (page 23) and outputs a 12 V signal from the
TRIGGER 1 or TRIGGER 2 connector.
2.35:1 Zoom: Works with the “Aspect” setting’s “2.35:1 Zoom” (page 23) and outputs a 12 V signal
from the TRIGGER 1 or TRIGGER 2 connector.
IR Receiver
Selects the remote control detectors (IR Receiver) on the front and rear of the unit.
Front & Rear: Activates both the front and rear detectors.
Front: Activates the front detector only.
Rear: Activates the rear detector only.
Panel Alignment
This feature allows you to adjust the gaps in the color of characters or the picture on the screen.
Adjust: Adjusts the gaps in the colors selecting “Adjust Item” or “Adjust Color.”
Adjust Item: Selects how to make adjustments from below.
Shift: Shifts the whole picture and makes adjustments.
Zone: Selects the desired range and makes adjustments.
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 “Adjust Color” is
“R” (Red). Select “B/G” (Blue and Green) or “R/G/B” (White, all colors) when the “Adjust Color” is
“B” (Blue).
Adjust: The shift adjustment and zone adjustment of the color selected in “Adjust Color” can be made
with the </,/M/m button.
When “Shift” is selected: Assign the settings of the horizontal direction (H) with the </, button
and the vertical direction (V) with the M/m button on the shift adjustment screen.
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Setting items
Description
When “Zone” is selected: Select the position to adjust with the </, button for the horizontal
position (H Position) and the M/m button for the vertical position (V Position), then press
.
Set the amount to adjust with the </, button for the horizontal direction (H) and with the M/m
button for the vertical direction (V). You can select the position to adjust again by pressing
.
Reset: Returns to the factory settings.
Preset: The optimized data has been preset.
Note
Depending on the adjustments made above, colors may become uneven or the resolution may change.
Network Setting
IPv4 Setting
Perform internet protocol settings.
IP Address Setup: Selects the IP address setting method.
Auto(DHCP): The IP address is assigned automatically from the DHCP server such as a router.
Manual: Specifies the IP address manually.
When “Manual” is selected for “IP Address Setup,” input “IP Address,” “Subnet Mask,” and “Default
Gateway.” Select each item with the M/m button, then press
button. Select the frame to input with the
</, button and input the value with the M/m button. When all items are entered, select “Apply,” and then
press the
button. The entered settings will be registered.
IP Address: Sets the unit’s IP address.
Subnet Mask: Sets the unit’s subnet mask.
Default Gateway: Sets the unit’s default gateway.
MAC Address: Displays the unit’s MAC address. This cannot be changed.
Apply: Enables the IP address that is set manually.
IPv6 Information
Displays the IPv6 information.
When you set the IPv6 IP address, set it on a Web browser (page 32).
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Information Menu
The Information menu displays the model name, serial number, input signal type/format, software version and the
cumulated hours of usage of the light.
Items
Description
Model Name
Displays the model name
Serial No.
Displays the serial number.
Signal type
Displays the resolution of the input signal which you are selecting. When input signals with 3D
information are input, the type of input signals and the 3D format are displayed.
Color Format
Displays the color format of the input signal which you are selecting.
Color Space
Displays the color space of the input signal which you are selecting (“BT.601,” “BT.709,” or
“BT.2020”).
HDR Format
When the input signal is compatible with HDR, “HDR10” or “HLG” is displayed according to the input
signal.
Software Version
Displays the software version.
Light Timer
Displays how long the light has been turned on (total usage).
Note
You cannot adjust or change the displays listed above.
About the Preset Memory
This unit has default image data to adjust preset data for input signals appropriately according to the signals shown in
“Preset Signals” (page 40) (the preset memory). When the preset signal is input, the unit automatically detects the signal
type and recalls the data for the signal from the preset memory to adjust it to an optimum picture. The signal type is
displayed in the Information
menu.
Note
Depending on the computer input signal, parts of projection image may be hidden or displayed incorrectly.
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Using Network Features
3
Connection to the network allows you to operate the
following features:
• Checking the current status of the unit via a Web
browser.
• Making the network settings for the unit.
• Network monitoring and controlling with control
protocol (SDAP [Advertisement], SDCP [PJ Talk],
DDDP [AMX], Crestron RoomView, Control4).
When connecting by the IPv6 address
http://[xxxx:xxxx:- xxxx]
Notes
You can confirm the IP address of the unit under
“Network Setting” on the Installation menu.
• When connecting this projector with the network, consult with the
person who sets up the network. The network must be secured.
• When using this projector connected with the network, access the
Control window via a Web browser and change the access
limitation of the factory preset values (page 33). It is
recommended to change the password regularly.
• When the setting on the Web browser is completed, close the Web
browser to log out.
• The menu displays used for the explanation below may be
different depending on the model you are using.
• Supported Web browsers are Internet Explorer 8/9/10/11.
• The menu displays only English.
• If the browser of your computer is set to [Use a proxy server] when
you have access to the unit from your computer, click the check
mark to set accessing without using a proxy server.
• AMX DDDP is not compatible with IPv6.
• These network functions are available when the unit is turned on.
The following window appears in the Web browser:
Once you make the network settings, you can open the
Control window only by performing step 3 of this
procedure.
Displaying the Control
Window of the Unit with a
Web Browser
1
Connect the LAN cable.
LAN cable
(straight type)
(not supplied)
LAN
Connector
Hub, router, etc.
2
Start a Web browser on the computer, enter the
following in the address field, then press the Enter key
on your computer.
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
(xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: IP address for the unit)
Set the network settings for the unit using “Network
Setting” on the Installation menu (page 30).
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The default password “Projector” cannot be set as a new
password.
Operating the Control
Window
Note
If you forget your password, consult with qualified Sony personnel.
Switching the Page
Confirming the Information
Regarding the Unit
Click one of the Page Switching buttons to display the
desired setting page.
You can confirm the current settings for the unit on the
Information page.
Page Switching buttons
Setting the Access Limitation
You can limit a user for accessing any particular page.
Administrator: Allowed access to all pages
User: Allowed access to all pages except the Setup
page
When you access the Setup page for the first time, input
“root” as the user name and “Projector” as the password in
the authentication dialog.
When you log in for the first time, the window that prompts
you to change the password is displayed. Follow the
instructions on the screen to change the password.
The name of the administrator is preset to “root.”
Information area
Entry area for [Administrator]
Entry area for [User]
The password can be changed in the Password page in the
Setup page.
When you change the password, input a new password
after deleting the password (*****) that was set.
The password of the administrator and user should be 8 to
16 characters that includes both alphabet and numeric
characters. Alphabet is case-sensitive.
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Error Handling
Troubleshooting
If the unit 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
Cause and Remedy
Page
The power is not turned on.
The power may not turn on if you turn the power off with ?/1 (On/Standby) button and turn
it on again in a short time. After about 1 minute, turn the power on.
Check the indicators.
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The power is suddenly turned off.
Check that “Power Saving” in the Setup
Set “Power Saving” to “Off.”
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menu is set to “Standby.”
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Picture
Symptom
No picture.
Cause and Remedy
Check that the connecting cable is connected to the external equipment properly.
Page
10
Select the input source correctly using the INPUT button.
Check that the computer signal is set for output to an external monitor.
If a notebook computer and the signal is output to its display and an external monitor, the
external monitor’s image may not be displayed correctly. Set your computer to output the
signal to only an external monitor.
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The picture has ghosts.
Video images are displayed in 3D. Watch the 3D video images using the 3D glasses, and
set “2D-3D Display Sel.” to “3D.”
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Bright or dark area of the video
appears too bright or too dark.
This symptom may occur when a signal level other than those of HDMI standard is input.
Switch the output level of the connected equipment, or switch the Dynamic Range on the
Function
menu of the unit.
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The picture is too dark.
The picture is not clear.
Adjust “Contrast” or “Brightness” on the Picture
Adjust the focus.
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menu properly.
If the lens is clouded with dew condensation, leave the unit for about 2 hours with the
power on.
The color of characters or the picture Select the desired color registration in “Panel Alignment” on the Installation
is not appropriate.
menu.
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Image is left on the projection image. When high contrast non-moving images are displayed for a long period of time, there may
(Image retention)
be some image retention on the projection image. This is only a temporary condition.
Turning off the power for a while will eliminate the retained image.
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Some color appears around the
picture.
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It may appear due to condensation.
Wait for about 5 minutes with the power on.
On-screen display
Symptom
Cause and Remedy
On-screen display does not appear.
Set “Status” on the Setup
menu to “On.”
Check if the ON/STANDBY indicator should light in green. When the ON/STANDBY
indicator blinks in green, the unit is starting up. Wait until it stops blinking and remains lit
in green.
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The model name does not disappear
from the screen.
The display mode of the unit may be set at the time of purchase. Consult with your local
dealer or qualified Sony personnel.
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Remote control
Symptom
The remote control does not work.
Cause and Remedy
Batteries could be weak. Replace them with new batteries.
Page
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Insert the batteries with the correct polarities.
If there is a fluorescent lamp near the remote control detector, the unit may work
improperly or inadvertently.
Confirm the position of the remote control detector on the unit.
Set “IR Receiver” to “Front & Rear” on the Installation
menu.
Make sure that the cable is not connected to the IR IN connector.
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–
3, 4
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3
3D video images
Symptom
The video image does not seem like
3D video images.
Cause and Remedy
Check if the 3D glasses are turned on.
Page
12
Make sure that the battery in the 3D glasses is sufficiently charged.
Set “2D-3D Display Sel.” to “Auto” or “3D.”
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26
Check if the input signals are compatible 3D signals.
The 3D signals may not be input depending on the specifications of the connected AV
selector/AV amplifier/external equipment. If the 3D signal is not input, confirm the
specifications and/or settings of the AV selector/AV amplifier/external equipment.
When the viewing position is too far from the unit, the 3D glasses may not be able to
display the images properly.
The screen size is not appropriate. Set the zooming magnification to low or watch the
image from farther away from the screen.
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–
For details, see “Precautions for use” of “Using the 3D Glasses.”
12
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12
Others
Symptom
Cause and Remedy
The fan is noisy.
Check the setting of “High Altitude Mode” on the Setup
Make sure that the room temperature is not too high.
The lens shift cannot be adjusted.
Page
menu.
Check the installation requirements of the unit.
Fan speed 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
in these rooms. The approximate normal temperature for the unit is 25°C (77°F).
The lens shift cannot be adjusted over the range of movement. Adjust the lens shift within
the range of movement.
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25
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–
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About Indicators
The ON/STANDBY or WARNING indicator lights up or flashes if there is any trouble with your projector.
ON/STANDBY
indicator
Flashing/Lighting indicators
WARNING
indicator
The number of
flashes
Cause and Remedy
Three times
The unit does not light properly due to an abnormality of the light source and light
source power. Turn off, then turn on the power after a while.
If the symptom persists, consult qualified Sony personnel.
Six times
The unit detects a drop impact.
If there is abnormality on the unit, consult with qualified Sony personnel.
If there are no abnormalities on the unit, disconnect the AC power cord and check
that the ON/STANDBY indicator turns off, then connect the AC power cord and
turn the unit on.
Twice
The internal temperature is unusually high. Check to ensure that nothing is blocking
the ventilation holes and the unit is not being used at high altitudes.
The fan is broken. Consult with qualified Sony personnel.
(Lights in red) (Flashes in red)
Three times
(Flashes in red) (Flashes in red)
Both indicators flash
Note
If the symptom persists even after carrying out the above methods, consult with qualified Sony personnel.
If the indicator starts flashing in a way of other than the above, turn off, and then turn on the power with the [/1 (On/Standby) button on the
remote control or control panel of the unit.
If the symptom is shown again, consult with qualified Sony personnel.
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Message Lists
Warning messages
Symptom
High temp.! Light off in 1 min.
Cause and Remedy
Turn off the power.
Frequency is out of range!
Check to ensure that nothing is blocking the ventilation holes.
Frequency is out of range. Input a signal that is within the acceptable frequency range of
the unit.
3, 4
40
Check to ensure that nothing is blocking the ventilation holes.
3, 4
When using the unit at high altitude, set “High Altitude Mode” to “On.”
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Projector temperature is high. High
Altitude Mode should be “On” if
Projector is being used at high
altitude.
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–
Note
When temperature inside the unit remains high, “High Altitude Mode” is switched to “On”
in 1 minute, then the fan speed increases.
Power Saving Mode is set. Projector
will automatically enter Standby
Mode in 1 minute.
“Power Saving” is set to “Standby.”
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Note
If no signal is input, the power turns off after 1 minute, and the projector goes into standby
mode.
Caution messages
Symptom
x
Not applicable!
Settings Lock enabled.
Cause and Remedy
No signal is input in the selected input. Check connections.
Press the appropriate button.
The operation to be activated by the button is currently prohibited.
“Settings Lock” is set to “Level A” or “Level B.”
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10
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27
Others
Updating the Software
You can download files to update the software of the unit.
Copy the downloaded files to your USB memory, insert the
USB memory to the USB terminal of the unit, then
perform the update.
To use the features updated, insert a USB memory device
into a PC connected to the internet.
Download the update files from the following Sony
website:
http://www.pro.sony.eu/
The website also explains how to install the update.
Note
Some USB memories may not be supported for use. For
details, refer to the website above.
About HDR (high dynamic
range)
HDR is a video expression which improves the ability to
express dark places and bright places compared to
previous video expressions.
About the Simulated 3D
Feature
• Use the simulated 3D function taking into account that
the picture will provide a different look from the original
images, because this function converts the video images.
• Note that if the unit is used for profit or for public
viewing, displaying 2D video images as 3D video
images by converting to the simulated 3D may constitute
an infringement of the rights of authors or producers,
which are legally protected.
Trademark Information
• “PlayStation” is a registered trademark of Sony
Computer Entertainment Inc.
• The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition
Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC in the United States and other
countries.
• “Blu-ray” and “Blu-ray Disc” are trademarks of
Blu-ray Disc Association.
• “x.v.Color (x.v.Colour)” and “x.v.Color
(x.v.Colour)” logo are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
.....................................................................................
This projector supports DeepColor, x.v.Color,
LipSync, computer input signal, 3D signal, 4K signal
of HDMI standards. It also supports HDCP.
NOTICES AND LICENSES
FOR SOFTWARE USED IN
THIS PRODUCT
Refer to “Software License Information” supplied
separately.
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Specifications
Item
Display System
Display device
Description
SXRD panel, projection system
Size of effective
display area
0.74-inch (18.8 mm) SXRD
Number of pixels
Light source
26,542,080 pixels (8,847,360 pixels × 3)
2.06 times zoom lens (motorized)
f = 21.7 mm to 44.7 mm
F3.0 to F4.0
Laser diode
Projection image size
Accepted digital signals
60-inch to 300-inch (1,524 mm to 7,620 mm) (measured diagonally)
See “Preset Signals” (page 40).
Inputs/Outputs
HDMI connectors
(HDCP 2.2)
×2
TRIGGER
connectors
× 2, mini jack, DC 12 V, Max. 100 mA
REMOTE connector
LAN connector
RS-232C: D-sub 9-pin (male)
RJ45, 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
IR IN connectors
USB connector
Minijack
Type A, DC 5 V, Max. 500 mA
Projection lens
Mass
560 mm × 223 mm × 496 mm (22 1/16 inches × 8 25/32 inches × 19 17/32 inches) (without
protrusions)
Approx. 20 kg (44 lb)
Power requirements
Power consumption
AC 100 V to 240 V, 4.3 A to 1.8 A, 50/60 Hz
430 W
Standby mode power Standby
consumption
Networked Standby
Operating temperature
0.4 W (when “Remote Start” is set to “Off”)
1.0 W (LAN) (when “Remote Start” is set to “On”)When a LAN terminal is not connected,
it becomes a low power consumption mode (0.5 W).
5°C to 35°C (41°F to 95°F)
Operating humidity
Storage temperature
20% to 80% (no condensation)
–10°C to +60°C (14°F to 140°F)
Storage humidity
Supplied accessories
20% to 80% (no condensation)
See “Checking the Supplied Accessories” on the Quick Reference Manual.
Optional accessories
Projector Suspension Support: PSS-H10
Active 3D Glasses: TDG-BT500A
Outside dimensions (w/h/d)
Notes
• The values for mass and dimensions are approximate.
• Not all optional accessories are available in all countries and area. Please check with your local Sony Authorized Dealer.
• Information on optional accessories in this manual is current as of November 2017.
Design and specifications of this unit and its optional accessories are subject to change without notice.
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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 signals shown below is input, the picture may not be displayed properly.
Preset
memory
no.
Preset signal (resolution)
fH (kHz)
fV (Hz)
Sync
5
480/60p
480/60p (Progressive NTSC) (720 × 480p)
31.470
60.000
–
6
576/50p
576/50p (Progressive PAL) (720 × 576p)
31.250
50.000
–
7
1080/60i
1080/60i (1920 × 1080i)
33.750
60.000
–
8
1080/50i
1080/50i (1920 × 1080i)
28.130
50.000
–
10
720/60p
720/60p (1280 × 720p)
45.000
60.000
–
11
720/50p
720/50p (1280 × 720p)
37.500
50.000
–
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
–
18
720/60p (Frame packing)
720/60p (1280 × 720p)
90.000
60.000
–
19
720/50p (Frame packing)
720/50p (1280 × 720p)
75.000
50.000
–
20
1080/24p (Frame packing)
1080/24p (1920 × 1080p)
53.946
23.976
–
26
640 × 480
VESA 60
31.469
59.940
H-Neg, V-Neg
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800 × 600
VESA 60
37.879
60.317
H-Pos, V-Pos
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1024 × 768
VESA 60
48.363
60.004
H-Neg, V-Neg
45
1280 × 960
VESA 60
60.000
60.000
H-Pos, V-Pos
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1280 × 1024
VESA 60
63.974
60.013
H-Pos, V-Pos
50
1400 × 1050
SXGA+
65.317
59.978
H-Neg, V-Pos
55
1280 × 768
1280 × 768/60
47.776
59.870
H-Neg, V-Pos
71
1920 × 1080/60i (Frame
packing)
1080/60i (1920 × 1080i)
67.500
60.000
–
72
1920 × 1080/50i (Frame
packing)
1080/50i (1920 × 1080i)
56.250
50.000
–
74
3840 × 2160/60p
3840 × 2160/60p (3840 × 2160)
135.000
60.000
–
75
3840 × 2160/50p
3840 × 2160/50p (3840 × 2160)
112.500
50.000
–
76
4096 × 2160/60p
4096 × 2160/60p (4096 × 2160)
135.000
60.000
–
77
4096 × 2160/50p
4096 × 2160/50p (4096 × 2160)
112.500
50.000
–
78
4096 × 2160/30p
4096 × 2160/30p (4096 × 2160)
67.500
30.000
–
79
4096 × 2160/25p
4096 × 2160/25p (4096 × 2160)
56.250
25.000
–
93
3840 × 2160/24p
3840 × 2160/24p (3840 × 2160)
53.946
23.976
–
94
3840 × 2160/25p
3840 × 2160/25p (3840 × 2160)
56.250
25.000
–
40
Preset
memory
no.
Preset signal (resolution)
fH (kHz)
fV (Hz)
Sync
95
3840 × 2160/30p
3840 × 2160/30p (3840 × 2160)
67.433
29.970
–
96
4096 × 2160/24p
4096 × 2160/24p (4096 × 2160)
54.000
24.000
–
Preset memory numbers for each input signal
Digital signal
Signal
Preset memory number
Component signal (HDMI 1, 2 connectors)
Video GBR signal (HDMI 1, 2 connectors)
5 to 8, 10 to 14, 18 to 20, 71, 72, 74 to 79, 93 to 96
5 to 8, 10 to 14, 18 to 20, 71, 72, 74 to 79, 93 to 96
Computer signal (HDMI 1, 2 connectors)
10*, 12*, 26, 32, 37, 45, 47, 50, 55
* Some digital signals input from computers may be displayed as preset memory number of Component or Video GBR signal.
Input Signals and Adjustment/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/set are not displayed in the menu.
Picture menu
Component signal
Input signal
Video GBR signal
Computer signal
Reality Creation
Laser Light Setting
z
z
–
z
z
z
Contrast Enhancer
Motionflow*1
z
z
z
z
–
–
Contrast
Brightness
z
z
z
z
z
z
Color
Hue
z
z
z
z
–
–
Color Temp.
Sharpness
z
z
z
Item
z
z
–
(excluding preset memory
numbers 18 to 20, 71, and 72)
z (excluding preset memory
numbers 18 to 20, 71, and 72)
(excluding preset memory
numbers 18 to 20, 71, and 72)
z (excluding preset memory
numbers 18 to 20, 71, and 72)
–
z (excluding preset memory
numbers 18 to 20, 71 and 72)
z (excluding preset memory
numbers 5, 6, 10 to 14, 18 to 20,
74 to 79, and 93 to 96)
z (excluding preset memory
numbers 18 to 20, 71 and 72)
z (excluding preset memory
numbers 5, 6, 10 to 14, 18 to 20,
74 to 79, and 93 to 96)
–
Gamma Correction
Color Correction
z
z
z
z
z
z
Clear White
x.v.Color
z
z
z
z
–
NR
MPEG NR
Smooth Gradation
Film Mode
HDR
Color Space
z
z (preset memory
numbers 74 to
79 and 93 to 96 only)
z
z
z
(preset memory numbers 74 to
79 and 93 to 96 only)
z
z: Adjustable/can be set
–: Not adjustable/cannot be set
*1: For further details, refer to the tables in “Motionflow” (page 44).
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–
–
–
–
z
Screen menu
Input signal
Item
Component signal
Video GBR signal
z
z
Aspect*1
Computer signal
–
z: Adjustable/can be set
–: Not adjustable/cannot be set
*1: For further details, refer to the tables in “Aspect Mode” (page 43).
Note
When connecting a cable such as an HDMI cable, etc., check the type of the signal in the Information
(page 41), and check items that are adjustable/can be set.
menu (page 31) and “Digital signal”
Compatible 3D Signals
This unit accepts the following types of 3D signals.
Resolution
3D signal format
720/60p, 720/50p
Side-by-Side format
Over-Under format*
Frame packing*
1080/60i, 1080/50i
Side-by-Side format*
Frame packing
1080/24P
Side-by-Side format
Over-Under format*
Frame packing*
1080/60p, 1080/50p
Side-by-Side format
Over-Under format
*: Mandatory 3D format of the HDMI standards.
3D Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items
Some items on the menus may not be available to adjust/set, depending on the 3D signals.
The items that cannot be adjusted are not displayed on the menu. The following tables indicate those items.
Item
720/60p, 720/50p
3D signals
1080/60i, 1080/50i
1080/24p
1080/60p, 1080/50p
Reality Creation
Laser Light Setting*1
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Motionflow
NR
z
z
z
z
–
–
–
–
MPEG NR
Smooth Gradation
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Film Mode
x.v.Color
–
z
–
–
z
z
z
z
HDR
Aspect*2
–
–
–
–
z
z
z
z
z: Adjustable/can be set
–: Not adjustable/cannot be set
*1: “Dynamic Control” cannot be selected.
*2: For further details, refer to the tables in “Aspect Mode” (page 43).
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When the unit is set to convert 2D video images to 3D video images, some items on the menus may be not available to
adjust/set, depending on the “3D Format” settings on the Function
menu. The items that cannot be adjusted are not
displayed on the menu. The following tables indicate these items.
3D signals
Item
Reality Creation
Laser Light
Motionflow
Setting*1
Over-Under
Side-by-Side
Simulated 3D
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
NR
–
–
z
MPEG NR
Smooth Gradation
–
–
–
–
z
Film Mode*
x.v.Color
2
HDR
Aspect*3
z
–
z
z
z
z
z
–
–
–
z
z
z
z: Adjustable/can be set
–: Not adjustable/cannot be set
*1: “Dynamic Control” cannot be selected.
*2: This item is available only when the 1080/60i or 1080/50i signal is input.
*3: For further details, refer to the tables in “Aspect Mode” (page 43).
Aspect Mode
Selectable items vary depending on the type of input signal or 3D format.
For details, see the tables below. Items that cannot be selected are not displayed in the menu.
2D
Acceptable signals
4096 × 2160
3840 × 2160
1920 × 1080
1280 × 720
720 × 480
720 × 576
Others
Preset memory number
(page 40)
76 to 79, 96
74, 75, 93 to 95
7, 8, 10 to 14
5, 6
26, 32, 37, 45, 47,
50,55
1.85:1 Zoom
–
z
z
z
–
2.35:1 Zoom
–
z
z
z
–
Normal
z
z
z
z
z*
V Stretch
z
z
z
z
–
Squeeze
z
z
z
z
–
Stretch
–
–
–
z
–
*1: Not displayed in the menu as fixed at Normal.
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1
3D
Acceptable signals
1920 × 1080, 1280 × 720
3D format
Side-by-Side
Over-Under
Frame packing
Simulated 3D
Preset memory number
(page 40)
7, 8, 10 to 14
10 to 14
18 to 20, 71, 72
7, 8, 10 to 14
1.85:1 Zoom
z
z
z
z
2.35:1 Zoom
z
z
z
z
Normal
z
z
z
z
V Stretch
z
z
z
z
Squeeze
z
z
z
z
Stretch
–
–
–
–
Motionflow
Selectable items vary depending on the type of input signal or 3D format.
For details, see the tables below. Items that cannot be selected are not displayed in the menu.
2D
Acceptable signals
1920 × 1080
1280 × 720
720 × 480
720 × 576
3840 × 2160
4096 × 2160
Preset memory number (page 40)
5 to 8, 10 to 14
74, 75, 93 to 95
76 to 79, 96
Impulse
z
z
z
Combination
Smooth High
z
z
z
z
–
–
–
–
Smooth Low
True Cinema
z
z
z
z
–
–
–
–
Others
26, 32, 37, 45, 47, 50,
55
–
3D
Acceptable signals
3D format
Preset memory number
(page 40)
Impulse
Combination
Smooth High
Smooth Low
True Cinema
1920 × 1080, 1280 × 720
Over-Under
Frame packing
18
19
–
–
–
–
20, 71,
72
–
–
z
z
z
z
–
–
Side-by-Side
Simulated 3D
10,12
11,13
14
7, 8, 10 to 14
7, 8, 10 to 14
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
–
–
–
–
–
–
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Storage Conditions of Adjustment/Setting Items
Each adjustable/setting item is individually stored for each input connector. For further details, see the tables below.
Preset memory numbers for each input signal
Input
HDMI 1 (2D)
Preset memory numbers
5 to 8, 10 to 14, 26, 32, 37, 45, 47, 50, 55, 74 to 79, 93 to 96
HDMI 2 (2D)
HDMI 1 (3D)
7, 8, 10 to 14, 18 to 20, 71, 72
HDMI 2 (3D)
Picture menu
Item
Storage conditions
Calib. Preset
For each input connector
Reset
For each input connector and Calib. Preset
Reality Creation
Laser Light Setting
Contrast Enhancer
Motionflow
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Hue
Color Temp.
D93 - D55
Custom 1-5
Gain R
For each Color Temp., D93-D55 and Custom 1-5
Gain G
Gain B
Bias R
Bias G
Bias B
Sharpness
For each input connector and Calib. Preset
NR
MPEG NR
Smooth Gradation
Film Mode
Gamma Correction
Color Correction
Clear White
x.v.Color
HDR
Color Space
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Item
Red
Storage conditions
For each Color Space
Green
Blue
Cyan - Red
Magenta - Green
Input Lag Reduction
For each input connector and Calib. Preset
Screen menu
Item
Storage conditions
Aspect
For Picture Position 1.85:1, 2.35:1, or Custom 1-3
Blanking
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Projection Distance and
Lens Shift Range
The projection distance refers to the distance between the
front of the lens and the projected surface.
Projection distance L
Front of the lens
Projected image
The lens shift range represents the distance in percent (%)
by which the lens can be shifted from the center of the
projected image. The lens shift range is regarded as 0%
when the point A in the illustration (point where a line
drawn from the center of the lens and the projected image
cross at right angles) is aligned with the center of the
projected image and full width or full height of the
projected image is regarded as 100%.
Projected image
50%
Lens shift range
Center of the
projected image
Center of the lens
50%
A
Side of the unit
Projected image
50%
Lens shift range
Center of the
projected image
Center of the lens
50%
A
Top of the unit
VS +
HS –
Center of the lens
HS +
VS –
Projected image
Shaded region: Lens shift range
VS +:Vertical lens shift range (up) [%]
VS –:Vertical lens shift range (down) [%]
HS +:Horizontal lens shift range (right) [%]
HS –:Horizontal lens shift range (left) [%]
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When projecting in 1.90:1 (Native Full Display 17:9) format
1.90
1
Projection distance
Unit: m (inches)
Projection image size
Projection distance L
Diagonal
Width × Height
80" (2.03 m)
100" (2.54 m)
1.80 × 0.95 (71 × 37)
2.25 × 1.18 (88 × 47)
2.32 – 4.77 (91 – 187)
2.90 – 5.97 (115 – 235)
120" (3.05 m)
150" (3.81 m)
2.70 × 1.42 (106 × 56)
3.37 × 1.78 (133 × 70)
3.49 – 7.18 (138 – 282)
4.38 – 8.98 (173 – 353)
200" (5.08 m)
4.49 × 2.37 (177 × 93)
5.85 – 11.99 (231 – 472)
Projection distance formula
D: Projected image size (Diagonal)
Unit: m (inches)
Projection distance L
(minimal length)
L = 0.029432 × D – 0.0434
(L = 1.158727 × D – 1.7084)
Projection distance L
(maximal length)
L = 0.060197 × D – 0.0420
(L = 2.369978 × D – 1.6545)
Lens shift range
85%
31%
31%
VS + = 85 – 2.742 × (HS + or HS –) [%]
VS – = 80 – 2.742 × (HS + or HS –) [%]
HS + = HS – = 31 – 0.365 × (VS + or VS –) [%]
80%
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When projecting in 1.78:1 (16:9) format
1.78
Video display area
Projection area
1
Projection distance
Unit: m (inches)
Projection image size
Projection distance L
Diagonal
Width × Height
80" (2.03 m)
100" (2.54 m)
1.77 × 1.00 (70 × 39)
2.21 × 1.25 (87 × 49)
2.44 – 5.01 (96 – 197)
3.05 – 6.28 (121 – 247)
120" (3.05 m)
150" (3.81 m)
2.66 × 1.49 (105 × 59)
3.32 × 1.87 (131 × 74)
3.67 – 7.55 (145 – 297)
4.60 – 9.44 (181 – 371)
200" (5.08 m)
4.43 × 2.49 (174 × 98)
6.15 – 12.61 (242 – 496)
Projection distance formula
D: Projected image size (Diagonal)
Unit: m (inches)
Projection distance L
(minimal length)
L = 0.030934 × D – 0.0434
(L = 1.217856 × D – 1.7084)
Projection distance L
(maximal length)
L = 0.063269 × D – 0.0420
(L = 2.490916 × D – 1.6545)
Lens shift range
85%
33%
33%
VS + = 85 – 2.576 × (HS + or HS –) [%]
VS – = 80 – 2.576 × (HS + or HS –) [%]
HS + = HS – = 33 – 0.388 × (VS + or VS –) [%]
80%
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When projecting in 2.35:1 format
2.35
Video display area
Projection area
1
Projection distance
Unit: m (inches)
Projection image size
Projection distance L
Diagonal
80" (2.03 m)
Width × Height
1.87 × 0.80 (74 × 31)
2.41 – 4.96 (95 – 195)
100" (2.54 m)
120" (3.05 m)
2.34 × 0.99 (92 × 39)
2.80 × 1.19 (110 × 47)
3.02 – 6.22 (119 – 244)
3.64 – 7.47 (143 – 294)
150" (3.81 m)
200" (5.08 m)
3.51 × 1.49 (138 × 59)
4.67 × 1.99 (184 × 78)
4.55 – 9.35 (180 – 368)
6.08 – 12.48 (240 – 491)
Projection distance formula
D: Projected image size (Diagonal)
Unit: m (inches)
Projection distance L
(minimal length)
Projection distance L
(maximal length)
L = 0.030617 × D – 0.0434
(L = 1.205377 × D – 1.7084)
L = 0.062621 × D – 0.0420
(L = 2.465393 × D – 1.6545)
Lens shift range
105%
31%
31%
VS + = 105 – 3.387 × (HS + or HS –) [%]
VS – = 99 – 3.387 × (HS + or HS –) [%]
HS + = HS – = 31 – 0.295 × (VS + or VS –) [%]
99%
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Dimensions
Front
Unit: mm (inches)
560 (22 1/16)
280 (11 1/32)
280 (11 1/32)
128 (5 1/32)
223 (8 25/32)
230 (9 1/16)
Center of the lens
Bottom
Unit: mm (inches)
142
(5 19/32)
142
(5 19/32)
81.5
81.5
(3 7/32) (3 7/32)
326 (12 27/32)
Front of the cabinet
79.7
(3 1/8)
150.6
(5 15/16)
147.7
(5 13/16)
425.8 (16 3/4)
15.7 (5/8)
496 (19 17/32)
The distance between the front of the lens and the front of the cabinet
Unit: mm (inches)
41.9 (1 21/32)
Front of the lens
Front of the cabinet
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Attaching the PSS-H10 projector suspension support
Front view
Unit: mm (inches)
150 (5 29/32)
75
(2 15/16)
128 (5 1/32)
Ceiling
175 (6 7/8)
Center of the supporting pole
8
(5/16)
The bottom
surface of the
mount bracket
Center of the lens
Side view
Unit: mm (inches)
218.3 (8 19/32)
130 (5 1/8)
45 (1 25/32)
Front of the cabinet
263.3 (10 3/8)
496 (19 17/32)
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Top view
Unit: mm (inches)
215.4 (8 15/32)
130 (5 1/8)
Front of the cabinet
Upper ceiling mount bracket
260.4 (10 1/4)
Center of the supporting pole (The center of
the supporting pole is different from that of
the unit.)
Holes for the ceiling mount
Use the screws with a length of 5.3 mm (7/32 inches, minimum) to 7.0 mm (9/32 inches, maximum) for the ceiling mount.
Recommended tightening torque (tension when turning a screw towards the direction of rotation): 1.4 ± 0.2 N-m
The minimum
length of screw
Insert nut (M5)
The maximum
length of screw
Screw hole
Unit
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