LG | CF3DA | LG CF3DA Owner’s Manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
LCOS PROJECTOR
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
CF3DA
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LCOS PROJECTOR
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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.
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of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying
the appliance.
WARNING/CAUTION
- TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
On Disposal (Hg lamp)
- The fluorescent lamp used in this product contains a small amount of mercury.
- Do not dispose of this product with general household waste.
- Disposal of this product must be carried out in accordance to the regulations of your local authority.
This device meets the EMC requirements for home appliances (Class B)
and is intended for home usage. This device can be used in all regions.
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Contents
Contents
Safety Precautions........................................................ 4
Parts and Components
Main Unit....................................................................................7
Control Panel..............................................................................7
Back............................................................................................ 8
Name of remote control buttons.............................................9
How to insert a battery.............................................................9
Projector Status Indicators.....................................................10
Accessories................................................................................11
Optional Extras.........................................................................11
Installation and Configuration
Caution on Installation............................................................ 12
Projection Distance per Screen Size..................................... 13
Turning on the Projector......................................................... 14
Turning off the Projector........................................................ 14
Focus and Position of the Screen Image.............................. 15
Selecting Input Signal............................................................. 15
Connecting Device
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
to
to
to
to
a PC................................................................. 16
a Video Player................................................. 16
a DVD Player.................................................. 17
a DTV Set-Top Box........................................ 17
3D Function
Caution When Watching 3D Video........................................ 18
Requirements for Watching 3D Images............................... 18
Watching 3D Images............................................................... 19
Setting 3D Mode....................................................................20
Exiting 3D Mode.....................................................................20
Time Function
Using SLEEP Function........................................................... 27
Auto Off................................................................................... 27
Option Functions
Selecting a Language............................................................. 28
Using the Blank Image Function.......................................... 29
Selecting the Blank Image Color.......................................... 29
Camera Calibration................................................................. 29
To adjust the brightness of the screen,...............................30
High Altitude...........................................................................30
Network Settings....................................................................30
Setting SET ID........................................................................ 32
Setting the Name of a Connected Device........................... 32
Setting Power Sound.............................................................. 32
Information Function
Checking Projector Information............................................ 32
Serial Communication Function
Establishing Serial Communication...................................... 33
Communication Protocol....................................................... 33
Communication using Hyper Terminal................................. 39
Miscellaneous
Supported Monitor Display..................................................... 41
Maintenance............................................................................ 42
Do not turn off the projector . ............................................. 44
Troubleshooting....................................................................... 46
Product Specifications........................................................... 47
Open Source software Information......................................48
Function
Video Function
Picture Mode............................................................................ 21
Adjusting Color Temperature................................................. 21
Adjusting Picture Settings.................................................... 22
Advanced Options................................................................... 22
Picture Initialization Function............................................... 24
TruMotion Demo Function..................................................... 24
Screen Function
Using the Pause Function...................................................... 24
Using the Screen Size Function............................................ 25
Test Pattern Function............................................................. 25
Using Keystone....................................................................... 25
Changing Projection Mode.................................................... 25
Using the AUTO Function...................................................... 26
Adjusting PC Input................................................................. 26
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Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
Please take note of the safety instructions to prevent any potential accident or misuse of the projector.
ꔈ Safety Instructions are given in two forms, i.e. 'Warning' and 'Notes' as detailed below.
Warning: The violation of this instruction may cause serious injury and even death.
Note: The violation of this instruction may cause injury or damage to the projector.
ꔈ Read the owner's manual carefully and keep it at hand.
Indoor Installation
Do not place the projector in direct
sunlight or near heat sources such
as radiators, fires, stoves etc.
Warning
Do not place flammable materials
such as aerosols near the projector.
Do not allow children to hang from
or climb on the projector.
There is risk of fire.
This may cause the projector to fall,
causing injury or death.
There is risk of fire.
Do not install the product in a place with
no ventilation (e.g., on a bookshelf or in a
closet) or on a carpet or cushion.
Do not place the projector close to
sources of steam or oil such as a
humidifier or kitchen counter.
Do not place the projector
where it might be exposed to
dust.
Failure to do so may result in a fire due to
the increase in the internal temperature.
This may create a fire hazard or
cause electric shock.
There is risk of fire.
Do not use the projector in a damp
place such as a bathroom where it
is likely to get wet.
Make sure the air vent is not
blocked by a tablecloth or curtain.
Ensure good ventilation around the
projector. The distance between
the projector and the wall should
be more than 30 cm.
This may create a fire hazard or result in
electric shock.
Indoor Installation
Failure to do so may result in a fire due to
the increase in the internal temperature.
Caution
When placing the projector on a
table or shelf, be careful not to put
it near the edge.
Disconnect the projector from the
power supply and all connected apparatus before moving or cleaning.
Do not place the projector on an
unstable or vibrating surface such as
a wobbly shelf or a slope.
The projector could fall, causing injury,
and damage to the projector. Only use
a suitable stand.
The power cord may be damaged and
may create a fire hazard or result in electric shock.
It may fall and cause injury.
Power
The earth cable should be connected.
Ensure that you connect the earth
cable to prevent possible electric shock.
If it is not possible to ground the unit,
have a qualified electrician install a
separate circuit breaker.
Do not try to ground the projector by
connecting it to telephone wires, lightning rods or gas pipes.
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Failure to do so may result in a fire due
to the increase in the internal temperature.
Warning
The power plug should be inserted
fully into the power outlet.
Do not place heavy objects on
the power cord.
An unstable connection may cause a
fire.
This may create a fire hazard or
cause electric shock.
Safety Precautions
Power
Warning
Never touch the power plug with
wet hands.
Do not plug too many devices
into one multi-power outlet.
Prevent dust from collecting on the
power plug pins or outlet.
The fluid can cause blindness.
This may result in the power outlet
overheating and creating a fire hazard.
The fluid can cause blindness.
Power
Hold the plug firmly when
unplugging.
A damaged wire may create a fire
hazard.
Caution
Ensure the power cord and plug are
not damaged, modified, severely bent,
twisted, pulled, sandwiched or hot. Do
not use the product if the power outlet is loose.
Keep the power cord away
from heating devices.
The wire coating may melt, which
may cause a fire or result in electric
shock.
This may create a fire hazard or cause
electric shock.
Place the projector where people
will not trip over or tread on the
power cord to protect the power
cord and plug from any damage.
This may create a fire hazard or cause
electric shock.
When in Use
Do not place anything containing liquid on top of the projector such as a
flower vase, flower pot, cup, cosmetics, or medicine; or ornaments, candles, etc.
Do not turn the projector on/off by plugging in the power plug or
unplugging it from the power outlet. (Do not use the power plug as a
switch.)
This may create a fire hazard or result in electric shock.
Warning
In the event that there is a big
impact shock or the cabinet is
damaged, switch it off, unplug it
from the power outlet and contact
an authorized service center.
This may create a fire hazard, result in elec- This may create a fire hazard or cause
tric shock, or cause injury due to falling.
electric shock.
In the event that liquid or a foreign
object falls into the projector, please
switch it off and unplug it from the
power outlet and contact an LG
Electronics Service Center.
Do not insert pieces of metal such
as coins, hairpins or metal debris,
nor flammable materials such as
paper or matches into the projector.
This may create a fire hazard or cause
electric shock.
Make sure that a child does not swallow the batteries when you
replace the old remote control batteries with new ones. Keep batteries out of reach of children.
If a child swallows a battery, consult a doctor immediately.
This may create a fire hazard or cause
electric shock.
Do not remove any covers except
the lens or dust covers. There is a
high risk of electric shock.
Do not look directly into the lens
when the projector is in use. The
strong light may damage your eyes.
When the lamp is on or has just
been turned off, avoid touching the
air vent or lamp cover because they
will be very hot.
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Safety Precautions
When in Use
Warning
If there is a gas leak, do not touch the power outlet, and open the windows for ventilation.
Sparks may cause fire or burns.
When in Use
Do not place heavy objects on the
projector.
Always open the lens door and
remove the lens cap when the
projector lamp is on.
Caution
Be careful not to allow impact to
the lens during transport.
Do not touch the lens. The lens
may be damaged.
It may fall and cause injury.
Do not use any sharp tools on the
projector such as a knife or hammer, because this may damage the
casing.
In the event that no image appears
on the screen, please switch off the
projector, unplug it from the power
outlet and contact the LG
Electronics Service Center.
This may create a fire hazard or cause
electric shock.
Cleaning
Do not spray the projector with
water when cleaning. Make sure
water does not flow into the projector.
This may create a fire hazard or cause
electric shock.
If you do not clean the projector,
dust will accumulate inside and
may create a fire hazard or malfunction.
This may cause mechanical failure or
personal injury.
Warning
In the unlikely event of smoke or a
strange smell coming out from the
projector, switch it off, unplug it
from the power outlet and contact
the LG Electronics Service Center.
Use an air spray or soft cloth or
cotton swab moistened with a lens
cleaning chemical or alcohol to
remove dust or stains on the front
projection lens.
Otherwise, it may create a fire hazard or
result in electric shock.
Cleaning
You need to clean the projector periodically.
Do not drop anything onto the
projector or allow anything to
impact the projector.
Caution
When cleaning plastic parts such as the projector case, unplug the power
first and wipe with a soft cloth. Do not spray with water or wipe with a wet
cloth. Never use glass cleaner, automobile or industrial shiner, abrasives
or wax, benzene, alcohol etc., which can damage the projector.
This may create a fire hazard, result in electric shock or product damage (deformation, corrosion or breakage).
Miscellaneous
Warning
Only a qualified technician can disassemble or modify the projector. For diagnosis, adjustment, or repair, contact your seller or service center.
This may create a fire hazard or cause electric shock.
Miscellaneous
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Caution
Do not mix new batteries with
old ones.
Be sure to unplug if the projector is
not to be used for a long period.
Only use the specified type of
battery.
Burst or leaking batteries are a fire
hazard or may result in electric shock.
Accumulated dust is a fire hazard and may
result in electric shock due to overheating,
ignition, or poor insulation.
Burst or leaking batteries are a fire
hazard or may result in electric
shock.
Parts and Components
Parts and Components
Main Unit
Top Filter Cover
* Be careful not to block the filter cover while
the projector is in use.
Zoom ring
Focus ring
Air vents
* Do not close the air vents while the projector is
in use. The projector may be shut down.
A sensor receiving the remote control signal.
Camera Sensor
* This is used to operate the Camera Calibration
function.
Lens, Lens Cap
* Be sure to open the lens cap before using the projector.
* Do not touch the lens while the projector is in use.
Control Panel
AUTO button
Adjusts the picture position and minimizes image
shaking.
Slide Door
MENU Button
Selects or closes menus.
∧/∨/</> button
Adjusts functions of menus.
INPUT button
Selects the input mode.
◉ OK button
Checks present mode and
saves function changes.
LENS SHIFT dial
Move the screen image up or down.
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Parts and Components
Back
RS232C port
RGB port
USB (SVC ONLY) port
LAN port
HDMI IN 1,2 port
HDMI IN 1
HDMI IN 2
RGB IN
RS-232C
LAN
Y
USB(SVC ONLY)
PB
COMPONENT IN
AC IN port
PR
VIDEO
A sensor receiving the remote control signal.
* Be careful not to block the sensor receiving the remote control signal.
VIDEO IN port
COMPONENT IN port
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Parts and Components
Name of remote control buttons
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Turns the projector on or off.
INPUT
Changes the input source.
3D
Accesses the 3D mode.
L/R
Exchanges Left / Right picture in 3D mode.
PATTERN
Adjust screen pattern.
KEY.S
Adjusts Keystone.
BLANK
Turns the projector screen
LIGHTING
Illuminates the remote control buttons.
RATIO
Resizes an image.
SLEEP
Sets the length of time until the projector to turns off.
MENU
Accesses the menu.
AUTO
Automatically adjusts the input from a computer.
Q.MENU
Accesses the quick menu.
3D OPTION
Adjusts 3D option.
Navigation buttons(up/down/left/right)
Scrolls through menus or options.
OK
Selects menus or options and confirms your input.
PICTURE
Adjusts Keystone. Change the image mode.
STILL
Freeze the moving image.
(Functions as the STILL button in any mode other than DivX.)
BACK
Returns to the previous level.
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Control buttons
These access special functions in some menus.
How to insert a battery
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pen the lid at the back of the remote control and insert batteries as described
by the +- instructions.
ꔈ Use new batteries of the same kind (1.5V AAA).
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Parts and Components
Projector Status Indicators
* |Lamp indicator, operation indicator and temperature indicator at the top of the projector show the user the operating status of the
projector.
Operation indicator
Temperature indicator
Lamp indicator
Power Button
Turns the projector On/Off.
Top filter cover lock
Blue
Display
Temperature
Green (Blinking)
Green
The projector is in use.
Power off (It takes about 90 seconds for the lamp to switch off completely.).
Red (Blinking)
An error has occurred in the internal cooling fan.
Yellow
Magenta
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On
Cyan (Blinking)
Yellow (Blinking)
Lamp
Standby.
Magenta (Blinking)
High temperature warning.
The projector is automatically turned off due to excessive heat.
The lamp is reaching the end of its life and needs to be replaced with a new
lamp.
An error has occurred in the lamp.
Red
The lamp cover is open.
Air vent
Cyan
An error has occurred in the air vent.
Filter
Blue (Blinking)
The filter cover is open.
Parts and Components
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Battery (AAA) 2EA
User Guide
CD User Guide
Power Cord
Polishing Cloth
eZ-Net Manager CD
3D Glasses
Top Filter
Bottom Filter
Lens Cap
Optional Extras
To purchase optional accessories, visit an electronics store or online shopping site or contact the retail store where you purchased
the product.
Without prior notice, optional accessories are subject to change to improve the performance of the product, and new accessories
may be added.
Ceiling mount for projector
Projection Screen (3D)
Lamp
Computer Cable
Video Cable
Component
Cable
LAN cable
3D Glasses
RS-232C cable
HDMI Cable
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Installation and Configuration
Installation and Configuration
Caution on Installation
Place the projector in a well-ventilated environment.
ꔈꔈ T
o prevent internal heat build-up, install the projector in a
ꔈꔈ Do not place the projector on a carpet or rug. This may prewell-ventilated place. Do not place anything near the projecvent proper ventilation at the bottom of the projector. This
tor as this may block its air vents. If the air vents are
product should be mounted onto a flat surface or ceiling
blocked, the internal temperature will increase.
only.
ꔈꔈ B
e sure to prevent foreign objects such as paper debris from ꔈꔈ Leave an adequate distance (30 cm or more) around the
entering the projector.
projector.
Do not place the projector in a hot or humid environment.
ꔈꔈ Only install the projector in a place of moderate temperature and low humidity. (See page 47 regarding operating temperature
and humidity.)
Do not place the projector in a place where it will easily attract dust.
ꔈꔈ There is risk of fire.
Do not remove any covers except for the lens cap. There is a high risk of electric shock.
The projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see tiny black dots and/or bright colored dots (red, blue or green) that continuously appear on the projector screen. This is a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not indicate a malfunction.
The remote control may not work in an environment where a lamp equipped with electronic ballasts or a three-wavelength fluorescent lamp is installed.
Replace the lamp with an internationally standardized lamp for the remote control to work normally.
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Installation and Configuration
Projection Distance per Screen Size
▪▪ Place the projector on a sturdy, level surface, together with the PC or audio/video source.
1. The distance between the projector and the screen determines the actual size of the image.
2. Position the projector so that the lens is set at a right angle to the screen. If the projector is not set at a right
angle, the image on the screen will be crooked. If the screen image is crooked, use the Keystone function.
3. Connect the power cords of the projector and any connected devices to the power outlet.
Lens shift
Screen
X/2
0%
X/2
Screen Width (Y)
Screen Height (X)
Max.
Y/2
80.5 mm
Screen
Y/2
Max.
Projection distance (D)
Projection distance (D)
16:9 Aspect Ratio
Screen
Screen Size (mm)
Screen Width (Y)
(mm)
Projection Distance
Screen Height (X)
(mm)
Min. projection distance (D1) (m)
Max. projection distance (D2) (m)
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Installation and Configuration
Turning on the Projector
1. Connect the power cord correctly to turn the projector on.
2. Press the POWER button. The power indicator blinks green.
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ower on time is long due to the characteristics of the 3D projector.
P
Press the INPUT button to select an input signal.
There will be a brief sound when the projector is turned on.
Check if the lens cap is open before turning on the projector.
Turning off the Projector
1. Press the POWER button.
i
Power off?
Please press Power key again.
2. The unit will turn off when you press the POWER button a second time. Do not disconnect the power cord if the
operation indicator is cyan, This indicates the fan is still running (90 seconds). Disconnect the power cord when
the operation indicator becomes blue.
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Installation and Configuration
Focus and Position of the Screen Image
When an image appears on the screen, check if it is in focus and fits the screen properly.
Zoom ring
Focus ring
ꔈꔈ To adjust the focus of the image, rotate the focus ring.
ꔈꔈ To adjust the size of the image, rotate the zoom ring.
If you need to move the screen image up or down, use the lens shift dial at the top of the projector to adjust the height as shown below.
Lens shift dial
ꔈꔈ Turn the LENS SHIFT dial left or right to adjust the projected image position up or down.
ꔈꔈ Turning the LENS SHIFT dial with excessive force may cause damage to the projector.
Selecting Input Signal
1. Press the INPUT button.
2. Select an input signal using the remote control's INPUT button to connect the projector to the desired
input. You can toggle between inputs using the <, > buttons.
Input List
Video
Component
RGB
HDMI1
HDMI2
ꔈꔈ Y
ou can also select an input signal directly using the VIDEO, COMPONENT, RGB, HDMI1 and HDMI2 buttons of
the remote control.
ꔈꔈ The connected input is displayed first.
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Connecting Device
Connecting Device
Connecting to a PC
* You can connect the projector to a computer with an VGA, SVGA, XGA or SXGA output.
* See page 41 for a list of supported monitors.
<How to Connect>
onnect the projector's RGB IN port to the computer's
C
RGB output port using a computer cable.
*F
or IBM PC/AT-compatible laptops, video can be displayed on
both the laptop monitor and the external one. If the video is
displayed on both, the image quality on the external monitor
may not be satisfactory. In this case, configure the laptop's
video output to the external monitor only. (For more detailed
information, refer to your laptop's user manual.)
Connecting to a Video Player
Computer Cable
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Computer Cable
<How to Connect>
onnect the projector's VIDEO port to the audio/video
C
device's output jack using a video cable.
<Video Player>
Video Cable
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Connecting Device
Connecting to a DVD Player
* The output jack Y, PB or PR of the DVD player may be marked as Y, Pb, Pr/Y, B-Y, R-Y/Y, Cb, or Cr depending on the model.
<Connecting to the HDMI Port>
HDMI Cable
1. C
onnect the projector's HDMI IN 1 (or HDMI IN 2) port
to the DVD player's HDMI port using an HDMI cable.
2. Set the DVD player's resolution to one of the following:
480p (576p), 720p, 1080i, or 1080p.
<DVD Player>
<Connecting to the HDMI Port>
Turn on the projector, then turn on the HDMI device.
<Connecting to the COMPONENT Port>
onnect the projector's COMPONENT IN port to the
C
DVD player's output port using a component cable.
Component Cable
*M
atch the jack colors to the component cable when connecting. (Y=Green, PB=Blue, PR =Red)
<DVD Player>
Connecting to a DTV Set-Top Box
*P
lease refer to the user manual of the DTV set-top box to connect to the projector, as well as for instructions on how to use the
DTV set-top box.
<Connecting to the HDMI Port>
1. C
onnect the projector's HDMI IN 1 (or HDMI IN 2)
port to the DTV set-top box's HDMI port using an
HDMI cable.
2. Set the DTV's resolution to one of the following:
480p (576p), 720p, 1080i, or 1080p.
<DTV Set-Top Box>
HDMI Cable
<Connecting to the HDMI Port>
Turn on the projector, then turn on the HDMI device.
<Connecting to the COMPONENT Port>
<DTV Set-Top Box>
onnect the projector's COMPONENT IN port to the DTV
C
set-top box's output port using a component cable.
*M
atch the jack colors to the component cable when connecting. (Y=Green, PB=Blue, PR =Red)
Component Cable
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3D Function
3D Function
*3
D technology uses different video frames for each eye to add depth to the video.
* 3D images can be viewed only on a silver screen.
Caution When Watching 3D Video
►► Watch 3D images within the optimum viewing angle and distance.
- If you are outside the optimum viewing angle or distance, you may not be able to watch 3D images.
►► If you view 3D images too closely for a long period of time, this may cause blurred vision.
►► If you view 3D images wearing 3D glasses for a long period of time, this may cause drowsiness or eye strain.
- You should stop watching if you experience a headache, fatigue or dizziness.
►► If you are pregnant, a senior, have heart problems or easily feel motion sickness, we recommend you do not view 3D
images.
- Because 3D images can cause disorientation and confusion, some viewers may get surprised or overexcited.
►► Do not watch 3D images near fragile objects or any objects that can be knocked over easily.
- If you are startled or misconstrue the 3D images as real, you may knock over a nearby object or injure yourself trying to
move your body.
►► Do not use 3D glasses as ordinary glasses, sunglasses or protective goggles. If you do so, this may cause injury.
►► Do not store 3D glasses in very hot or very cold conditions. If you do so, this may cause them to become deformed.
►► The lenses of 3D glasses (polarizing film) are easily scratched. Use a soft clean cloth when cleaning them.
- Be careful because any foreign particles on the cloth may result in scratches.
►► Do not scratch the surface of 3D glasses' lenses (polarized film) with sharp objects or wipe them with chemicals.
- If the polarized film gets scratched, images may not look normal when viewing 3D.
►► The lenses of 3D glasses are different from those of ordinary glasses and very thin. Therefore, handle the glasses with
care as the lenses can be popped out easily.
►► Photosensitivity seizure warning – Some users may experience a seizure or other abnormal symptoms when they are
exposed to a flashing light or particular pattern from a video game or movie. If anyone in your family has a history of epilepsy or has ever experienced any kind of seizure, please consult your doctor before viewing 3D images. You may exhibit any of
the symptoms listed below even if you do not have previous medical problems of this nature.
- Dizziness, fatigue, twitching of the eye or face muscles, involuntary movements, cramp, loss of consciousness, confusion,
loss of sense of direction, or nausea
If you exhibit any of these symptoms when viewing 3D images, please stop viewing immediately and consult your doctor.
Extra special care is required for children watching 3D video. You can reduce the risk of photosensitive seizures with the following preventive measures.
- Do not watch 3D video when very sleepy, tired or sick, and avoid watching 3D video for a long period of time.
Requirements for Watching 3D Images
*O
ptimum viewing angle: Top/Bottom 10°
Optimum viewing distance: 5 m - 10 m
10
5 m - 10 m
10
▪▪ Some menus may not work while playing 3D video.
▪▪ You can watch 3D video properly only when the 3D video format option has been selected on the projector.
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3D Function
Watching 3D Images
1. You can play supported 3D video titles. Please refer to the table below for supported 3D video formats.
Signal
Resolution
720P
Horizontal Frequency
(kHz)
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
45.00
60
37.50
50
90.00
60
75.00
50
1280 x 720
1080i
HDMI
1920 x 1080
1080p
RGB
1080p
1920 x 1080
Supported 3D Formats
Top & Bottom, Side by Side
HDMI 3D Top & Bottom
HDMI 3D Frame Packing
33.75
60
28.125
50
27.00
24
Top & Bottom, Side by Side,
Checker Board, Frame Sequential
HDMI 3D Top & Bottom
54.00
24
HDMI 3D Frame Packing
33.75
30
67.50
60
56.25
50
66.587
59.934
Top & Bottom, Side by Side
HDMI 3D Side by Side (Half)
Top & Bottom, Side by Side,
Checker Board, Frame Sequential
Top & Bottom, Side by Side
ꔈꔈ T
o play videos and media in HDMI 3D Frame Packing, HDMI 3D Side by Side or HDMI 3D Top & Bottom, the player need to
support these formats.
ꔈꔈ HDMI 3D Frame Packing, HDMI 3D Side by Side or HDMI 3D Top & Bottom formatted video is converted into stereoscopic format automatically.
2. Press the 3D button and select OK.
3D Mode
Put on 3D glasses.
Stop watching moving images, and take a rest, if you
have any symptoms of headache, dizziness, or any uncomfortable feelings.
OK
Cancel

3. Press the < or > button to select the picture display format to be shown on the screen, then put on your 3D glasses.

To turn on 3D Mode, select this icon.
2D → 3D
ꔁ Move ꔉ OK ꕉ Exit
2D b 3D
Side by Side
Top & Bottom
Checker Board
Frame Sequential
ꔈꔈ When you select 2D b 3D, you can watch 2D video as 3D video.
ꔈꔈ The image quality of 2D b 3D video may be not as good as that of a video title originally made in 3D.
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3D Function
4. Press the 3D button during viewing to exit 3D mode and watch 2D video.
3D Mode
3D Mode
Watch the original image.
2D → 3D
2D Off
Watch the original image.
3D → 2D
Cancel
Option
3D Off
Cancel
Description
3D → 2D
Watch 3D image in 2D mode.
3D Off
Watch the original image.
2D → 3D
Show 3D effects.
Cancel
Watch the original image.
Setting 3D Mode
Option
3D Mode
Setting
Description
3D Picture
Correction
Switches left/right videos. Select a 3D video of better picture quality.
3D Depth
Adjusts the stereoscopic effect of the 3D image converted from a 2D image.
3D Viewpoint
Moves the 3D image forwards and backwards to adjust the 3D perspective view.
Set Video
See the Video Function - Screen Function sections.
Exiting 3D Mode
<3D Mode>
<3D to 2D Mode>
3D → 2D
3D Mode
Watch the original image.
Watch the original image.
3D → 2D
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3D Off
Cancel
2D → 3D
2D Off
Cancel
Function
Function
* The On-Screen Display (OSD) in this manual is an example to help you understand how to operate the product, and may be slightly
different to your projector.
* This manual mostly describes the operation of RGB (PC) mode.
Video Function
Picture Mode
* The best picture quality is maintained according to the selected picture option.
Picture Mode
1. Press the PICTURE button on the remote control.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select a picture option.
Vivid
Standard
Expert 2
Expert 1
Vivid
(User))
Natural
Cinema
Game
Sport
ꔈꔈ You can also use the MENU or Q.MENU button.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
Adjusting Color Temperature
1. Press the Q.MENU button on the remote control.
Color Temperature
2. Press the <, > buttons to go to COLOR TEMP.
3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select a picture option.
Medium
Cool
Warm
Natural
Cool
ꔈꔈ This function is available only for Vivid/Standard/Natural/Cinema/Sport/Game.
ꔈꔈ You can select this function through the MENU button.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
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Function
Adjusting Picture Settings
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to Picture with the ∧, ∨, <, >
buttons and press OK ◉.
PICTURE
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to a desired picture option and press
OK ◉.
3. Press the <, > buttons to adjust the picture settings and press OK ◉.
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
3D Mode
Picture Mode : Vivid
• Contrast 100
• Brightness 50
• Sharpness 80
• Color
60
• Tint 0
• Advanced Control
ꔍ
R
G
For each option and Picture Mode, you can set different picture preference values.
If you save your settings after configuration, (User) is displayed in the picture. (excluding Expert 1/2)
If you want to reset to factory defaults after picture configuration, initialize each Picture Mode.
Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
Advanced Options
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to Picture with the ∧, ∨, <, >
buttons and press OK ◉.
<Picture Mode is in Vivid/Standard/Natural/Cinema/
Sport/Game mode>
PICTURE
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Advanced Control and press OK ◉.
3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to a desired item.
4. Press the <, > buttons to adjust the picture settings and press
OK ◉.
ꔈꔈ F
or each option and Picture Mode, you can set different picture preference values.
ꔈꔈ If you want to reset to factory defaults after picture configuration, initialize each Picture Mode.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
ꔗ
Color Temperature
3D Mode
Noise Reduction
Picture Mode
: Vivid
Gamma
• Contrast 100
Black Level 50
• Brightness
• Sharpness
Real Cinema 80
• Color
60
TruMotion
R
• Tint
0
• Advanced Control
Close
ꔍ
Normal
High
Off
Low
G
<Picture Mode is in Expert1/2 mode>
PICTURE Noise Reduction
ꔉ OK ꔃ
ꔗꔂ
Move
High
Gamma
High
3D Mode
Picture ModeBlack Level: Vivid
• Contrast 100
Real Cinema
• Brightness 50
•TruMotion
Sharpness 80
•White
ColorBalance60
• Tint 0
ꔈMethod
• Advanced Control
ꔍ
ꔈPattern
ꔈ Red Contrast
High
On
Low
R
Warm
G
2 Points
Outer
ꔍ
Close
22
Normal
Normal
0
ꔃ
Function
* Configurable options may differ depending on input signal or video settings, etc.
Color Temperature
Noise Reduction
Gamma
Black Level
- This function is available only for Vivid/Standard/Natural/Cinema/Sport/Game.
ꔈYou can select the screen color.
ꔈReduces image noise.
ꔈSets a gradation curve between video input and output signal.
You can select Medium/High/Low.
ꔈCompensates the brightness and contrast of a screen to balance with the black level of the
video input. You can select Low/High.
ꔈIf the black of a screen is saturated or hazy, you can adjust it with High or Low.
ꔈThis is not available for RGB input.
Real Cinema
ꔈProvides optimal picture quality for watching a cinema. You can select On or Off.
ꔈIf the component input is 480i signal, pictures may not be smooth depending on the output
format of the DVD title. In this case, set Real Cinema to On.
TruMotion
ꔈDisplays smooth video by correcting the picture.
You can select Off/Low/High.
ꔈIf you feel the video is not smooth with the High option, you can select Low or Off.
ꔈIf the picture is set to Game, the option is switched to Off.
ꔈThis is not available for PC mode.
ꔈWhen you configure the Keystone function, it is set to Off. To enable TruMotion, initialize the
Keystone.
White Balance
- This function is available only for Expert 1/2.
ꔈYou can select the screen color.
a. Method: 2 Points
- Pattern: Inner, Outer
- Red/Green/Blue Contrast, Red/Green/Blue Brightness: Adjustable range -50 to +50.
b. Method: 20 Points IRE
- Pattern: Inner, Outer
- IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers) is the unit indicating the size of a video signal in 5, 10,
15 to 95, 100.
- Red/Green/Blue: Adjustable range -50 to +50 for each IRE configuration.
Color Management
System
- This function is available only for Expert 1/2.
ꔈProfessionals use this for test pattern-based adjustment. 6 colors (Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/
Magenta/Yellow) can be adjusted without affecting other colors. No significant color change is
detected for a normal video.
You can adjust Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/Magenta colors.
- Chroma Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan, Magenta: Adjustable range -30 to +30 for each.
- Hue Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan, Magenta: Adjustable range -30 to +30 for each.
- This is not available for RGB input.
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Function
Picture Initialization Function
* The settings for each input and Picture Mode are reset to the factory defaults.
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to Picture with the ∧, ∨, <, >
buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Picture Reset and press OK ◉.
3. Press the <, > buttons to select Yes and press OK ◉.
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
PICTURE
Picture Mode
: Vivid
• Contrast 100
• Brightness 50
• Sharpness 80
• Color
60
• Tint
0
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
ꔍ
R
G
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
TruMotion Demo Function
* You can preview the live scan function.
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to Picture with the ∧, ∨, <, >
buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to TruMotion Demo and press
OK ◉.
ꔈꔈ This is not available for RGB input.
ꔈꔈ Press any button to exit TruMotion Demo.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
Screen Function
Using the Pause Function
1. Press the PAUSE button on the remote control.
* You can temporarily stop a video being played.
<Playback Screen>
<Pause Screen>
2. To clear the pause function, press the PAUSE button once again.
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* The pause function is automatically cleared after 10 minutes.
PICTURE
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
▲
• Contrast 100
• Brightness 50
• Sharpness 80
• Color
60
• Tint
0
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
TruMotion Demo
R
G
Function
Using the Screen Size Function
Press the SCREEN SIZE button on the remote control.
16:9
Just Scan
Original
Cinema Zoom1
Zoom
4:3
Aspect Ratio
16:9
ꔈꔈ Settings may vary depending on the input signal.
ꔈꔈ You can also use the MENU or Q.MENU button.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
Test Pattern Function
* You can adjust screen size and focus while installing the projector.
Press the TEST PATTERN button on the remote control.
ꔈꔈ You can select this function through the MENU button.
Using Keystone
* To prevent the screen image from becoming trapezoidal, Keystone adjusts the top and bottom width of the image if the projector is not set at a right angle to the screen.
* Because the Keystone function may cause inferior screen image quality, use this function only when it is not possible to set up
the projector at an optimal angle.
1. Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select a desired option and press the > button.
3. Press the ∧, ∨, <, > buttons to adjust the screen and press OK ◉.
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
The Keystone is adjusted -100 to 0 or 0 to 100 depending on position.
To reset to the factory defaults, perform Picture Reset.
You can select this function through the MENU button.
Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
Keystone
Top left
ꔂ Move ꕉ Prev.
ꔃ
Top right
Bottom left
Bottom right
Picture Reset
H 0
V 0
Test Pattern
Changing Projection Mode
* You can flip the video up/down or left/right.
1. Press the MENU button, then go to Screen with the ∧, ∨, <, > buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Projection Mode and press OK ◉.
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
ꔈꔈ
Select Rear to project an image onto the back of a transparent screen purchased separately.
Select Ceiling if you installed the projector on a ceiling.
You can select this function through the MENU button.
Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
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Function
Using the AUTO Function
*A
UTO provides optimized picture quality by automatically calibrating the mismatch of horizontal width and picture shake
caused by clashes between the internal settings of the projector and various PC graphic signals in RGB mode.
* The AUTO function is available only for RGB input.
Press the AUTO button on the remote control.
ꔈ If you use AUTO for video signal from a PC, you may not be able to get
optimized picture quality. Therefore, use the AUTO function for still images.
ꔈYou can select this function through the MENU button.
Auto Config.
Adjusting PC Input
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to Screen with the ∧, ∨, <, > buttons
and press OK ◉.
Screen
Resolution
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to RGB Config. and press OK ◉.
3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select a desired option and press the > button.
4. Press the ∧, ∨, <, > buttons to adjust the screen and press OK ◉.
ꔈA
vailable resolutions are 768 resolution
(1024x768/1280x768/1360x768, 60Hz) and 1050 resolution
(1400x1050/1680x1050, 60Hz).
ꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
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ꔂ Move ꕉ Prev.
ꔃ
ꔐ1024 x 768
1280 x 768
Auto Config.
Position
Size
Phase
Reset
1360 x 768
Function
Time Function
Using SLEEP Function
Sleep Timer
* The projector can be turned off at a preset time.
1. Press the SLEEP button on the remote control.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select a desired preset time.
Off
10 min.
20 min.
Off
30 min.
60 min.
240 min.
180 min.
120 min.
90 min.
ꔈꔈ You can also use the MENU or Q.MENU button.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
Auto Off
* If there is no signal, the projector automatically turns off after the preset time has elapsed.
1. Press the MENU button, then go to Time with the ∧, ∨, <, > buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the <, > buttons to go to Auto Off.
3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select a desired preset time.
60 min.
Off
30 min.
10 min.
20 min.
ꔈꔈ You can select this function through the MENU button.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
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Function
Option Functions
Selecting a Language
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to Options with the ∧, ∨, <, >
buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Menu Language and press the OK ◉ button.
3. Press ∧, ∨, <, > buttons to go to a desired item and press OK ◉.
ꔈFrom now on, OSD is displayed in the selected language.
ꔈPress the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
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OPTION
Menu Language
Blank Image
Camera Calibration
Lamp Mode
High Altitude
Network Setting
Set ID
Input Label
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
: ENGLISH
: Black
: Normal
: Off
:1
ꔉ
Function
Using the Blank Image Function
* To attract attention during a meeting or training, use the Blank Image function.
1. Press the BLANK button on the remote control.
ꔈThe screen is covered by a background color.
ꔈFor more information about selecting background color, see the Selecting the Blank Image Color section below.
2. Press any button to clear the Blank Image function.
ꔈTo cover the screen temporarily, press the BLANK button on the remote control. Do not block the lamp
with any object while the projector is running. The object may be become misshapen and blocking the
lamp is a fire risk.
Selecting the Blank Image Color
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to OPTION with the ∧, ∨,
<, > buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Blank Image and press OK ◉.
3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to a desired item and press OK ◉.
ꔈThe selected background color will be displayed when
the Blank Image function is activated.
ꔈPress the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
OPTION
Menu Language
Blank Image
Camera Calibration
Lamp Mode
High Altitude
Network Setting
Set ID
Input Label
Power Sound
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
: ENGLISH
: Black
ꔉ
: Normal
: Off
:1
: Off
Camera Calibration
*T
his function automatically adjusts the brightness of the left and right engines of the 3D video projector, to provide a
comfortable 3D video watching environment by reducing eye strain when viewing.
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to OPTION with the ∧, ∨, <, >
buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Camera Calibration and press OK ◉.
3. Press the <, > buttons to select On.
4. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Start Calibration and press OK ◉.
OPTION
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
Menu Language
: ENGLISH
Blank Image
Camera
calibration is needed
Camera Calibration
to set the
best 3D picture quality.
Lamp Mode
: Normal
Start Camera Calibration?
High Altitude
(This may take about 20 seconds.)
Network Setting
Set ID
ꔗ
ꔃ
Camera
On
Input Label
: On
Calibration
Start
Power Sound
: Off
Close
ꔈꔈ T
he value input on Camera Calibration applies only to 3D video. It does not apply to 2D video.
ꔈꔈ When the surrounding lighting is too bright or the TV screen size is less than 40 inches, the camera calibration may
not work properly. In this case, refer to the warning message displayed on the screen.
ꔈꔈ It operates 5 minutes after the power is turned on.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
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Function
To adjust the brightness of the screen,
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to OPTION with the ∧, ∨, <, > buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the <, > buttons to go to Lamp Mode.
3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select an option.
OPTION
Menu Language
Blank Image
Camera Calibration
Lamp Mode
High Altitude
Network Setting
Set ID
Input Label
Power Sound
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
: ENGLISH
: Black
ꔉ
: Normal
: Off
:1
: Off
ꔈꔈ If room temperature is over 35°C or the 3D video is working, this is not
available.
ꔈꔈ You can select this function through the MENU button.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
High Altitude
* High Altitude is used at environments higher than 4,000 feet.
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to OPTION with the ∧, ∨, <,
> buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to High Altitude and press OK ◉.
3. Press the <, > buttons to select On and press OK ◉.
ꔈPress the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
OPTION
Menu Language
Blank Image
Camera Calibration
Lamp Mode
High Altitude
Network Setting
Set ID
Input Label
Power Sound
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
: ENGLISH
: Black
: Normal
: Off
ꔉ
:1
: Off
Network Settings
< Notes >
▪▪ Use a standard LAN cable with this projector. (Cat5, Cat5E, or Cat6 with an RJ45 connector)
▪▪ Modem reconfiguration may cause network connection problems. In this case, turn off the modem and disconnect it
from the projector; then turn on the modem again.
▪▪ To connect to a wireless router, a router that supports wireless connection is necessary; the wireless connection function of the corresponding router must also be activated.
▪▪ To connect to a wireless router, verify the SSID and security settings of the wireless router. Please refer to the user
guide of the corresponding router regarding SSID and security settings of the wireless router.
▪▪ The projector may not work properly if network devices (wire/wireless router or hub, etc.) are incorrectly set up. Be
sure to install the devices correctly by referring to their user guides before configuring network settings.
▪▪ The Ad-hoc connection method will not work properly with every computer. We recommend you use standard networking by connect devices to a router.
▪▪ The connection method may vary according to the manufacturer of the wireless router.
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Function
<PC>
<How to Connect>
onnect the LAN port of the projector to the LAN
C
port of the PC or router using a LAN cable (Cross
cable).
LAN cable
<Router>
Connecting to a PC
<How to Use>
OPTION
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to OPTION with the ∧, ∨,
<, > buttons and press OK ◉.
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
Menu Language Network
: Korean
does not exist.
Blank Image
Do you: Blue
want to reset?
Camera Calibration
Off
LAN
Lamp Mode
: Normal ꔗ
High Altitude
IP Auto Setting
Network Setting
IP Manual Setting
Set ID
Input Label
Close
Power Sound
: Off
: On
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Network Setting and press
OK ◉.
3. Press the <, > buttons to select On for LAN option.
4. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to IP Auto Setting or IP Manual Setting and
press OK ◉.
ꔈꔈ S
elect IP Auto Setting for a server PC.
ꔈꔈ Select IP Manual Setting for an ordinary PC.
- PC Setup: Set the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) of the PC at your own discretion.
Projector Setup:Set the IP Address as the same IP Address format of the PC, and
select Close after entering the same gateway as the PC. Please
refer to the eZ-Net Manager Guide for details of network settings.
:: Example::
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
PC
192.168.0.10
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
Projector
192.168.0.254
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
ꔃ
<IP Manual Setting>
ꔁ Move ꔉ OK
IP Address
ꔌ
1 9 2 1 6 8
ꔍ
Subnet Mask
0 0 0
2 5 4
2 5 5
2 5 5
2 5 5
0 0 0
1 6 8
0 0 0
0 0 1
Gateway
1 9 2
Close
ꔈꔈ If Network Setting is not working, check your network status and the LAN cable connection.
ꔈꔈ If Network Setting is not completed, network functions may not work properly.
ꔈꔈ IP Auto Setting: Select this if there is a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server on the local area network
(LAN) via a wired connection; the projector will automatically be allocated an IP address. It may not be
possible to connect to DHCP if a firewall is installed or depending on the model of the computer.
IP Manual Setting: Select IP Manual Setting if there is no DHCP server on the network and you want to set the IP address
manually.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
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Function
Setting SET ID
* Set ID is 1 - 99.
* Only the saved Set ID is effective.
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to OPTION with the ∧, ∨, <, >
buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to SET ID and press OK ◉.
OPTION
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
Menu Language
Blank Image
Camera Calibration
Lamp Mode
High Altitude
Network Setting
Set ID
Input Label
Power Sound
: Korean
: Blue
: Normal
:1
: On
Setting the Name of a Connected Device
* You can set the name of an external device.
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to Options with the ∧, ∨, <, >
buttons and press OK ◉.
2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to go to Input Label and press OK ◉.
3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select an input.
4. Press the <, > buttons to select a device.
OPTION
Menu Language
Blank Image
Camera Calibration
Lamp Mode
High Altitude
Network Setting
Set ID
Input Label
Power Sound
ꔂ Move ꔉ OK
: Korean
Video
: Blue
Component
: Normal
RGB
ꔗ
HDMI1
HDMI2
Close
: On
5. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select Close and press OK ◉.
ꔈPress the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
Setting Power Sound
*Y
ou can turn the opening sound on or off.
Power Sound
1. Press the Q.MENU button on the remote control.
2. Press the <, > buttons to go to Power Sound.
On
3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to select an option.
ꔈꔈ You can select this function through the MENU button.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
Information Function
Checking Projector Information
1. P
ress the MENU button, then go to INFORMATION with the ∧,
∨, <, > buttons and press OK ◉.
2. You can check the current information of the projector.
ꔈꔈ Press the BACK button to exit the menu screen.
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INFORMATION
Lamp Time (L)
Lamp Time (R) Input
Resolution
Fh/Fv
IP Address
:
:
:
:
:
:
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HDMI1
1080p
67 Khz/60 Hz
223.212.145.0
ꔃ
Function
Serial Communication Function
* If the projector is connected to a PC through an RS-232C cable, you can use a PC to control functions of the projector
such as power On/Off or input selection, etc.
* You cannot use RJ45 simultaneously. For serial communication, use LAN Off in the Network Settings.
Establishing Serial Communication
* Connect the RS-232C (serial connector) of the PC to the RS-232C connector on the back of the projector.
* You need to purchase a null modem cable to connect the RS-232C connectors as it is not provided as an accessory.
• A RS-232C null modem cable is necessary for the remote control of the projector.<See Figure 1.>.
<Figure 1, RS-232 connection diagram>
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RXD
TXD
DTR
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PC
Projector
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
9
5
6
1
* There is no connection to Pin 1 and Pin 9.
Communication Parameter Setup
•
•
•
•
•
•
Baud Rate: 9600 bps(UART)
Data Length: 8 bit
Parity: none
Stop bit: 1 bit
Flow Control: none
Communication code: ASCII code
Communication Protocol
1. Transmission
[Command1] [Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
* [Command1]: The first command to control the projector (k. j, x, ASCII code, 1 Character)
* [Command2]: The second command to control the projector (ASCII code, 1 Character)
* [Set ID]: An ID used to select a set to control; the ID is allocated to each set in the Special Menu in the range of ‘1~99’.
If Set ID is set to ‘0’, you can control all the sets.
* [Data]: Used to send data necessary to the commands mentioned above. If it is in ASCII code, 2 characters are sent.
* If the data is ‘FF’, it means data read mode.
* [Cr]: Carriage Return
It means ASCII code ‘0x0D’.
* [ ]: ASCII code character corresponding to “Space Bar” separating command, Set ID, and data.
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Function
2. OK Acknowledgement
[Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
* If a set receives the data successfully, it returns ACK in the above format. Here, the data will be the information from the projector indicating the
current status of the projector if it is in data read mode. The projector itself will return the data from the PC if it is in data write mode.
3. Error Acknowledgement
[Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [NG] [Data] [x]
* If a set receives an abnormal piece of data such as a non-supported function or there is a communication error, it returns ACK in
the above format.
Data: [01]: illegal code (This command is not supported.),
[02]: non-supported function (This function is not working.)
[03]: wait and retry (Try later.)
Command Reference List
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Command1
Command 2
Data
01. Power
k
a
0~1
02. Aspect Ratio
k
c
*
03. Screen Mute
k
d
0~1
04. Contrast
k
g
0 ~ 64
05. Brightness
k
h
0 ~ 64
06. Color
k
i
0 ~ 64
07. Tint
k
j
0 ~ 64
08. Sharpness
k
k
0 ~ 64
09. OSD Select
k
l
0~1
10. Remote Control Lock / Key Lock
k
m
0~1
11. Color Temperature
k
u
0 ~ 4 (Except. 3)
12. Black Level
n
m
0~1
13. Lamp Mode
n
p
0~1
1
14. Auto configuration
j
u
15. Input Select
x
b
*
16. Key
m
c
*
17. Picture Mode
n
S
18. 3D
x
t
19. 3D Option Control
x
v
0~7
Data1 :0 ~ 3
Data2 : 0 ~ 3
Data3 : 0 ~ 1
Data4 : 0 ~ 14
Data1 : 0 ~ 2
Data2 :
- Data1=0 : 0~1
- Data1=1 : 0~14
- Data1=2 : 0~14
Function
01.Power (Command:ka)
⇒ Controls power On/Off of a set.
Transmission
[k] [a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data 0 : Power Off
1: Power On
04. Contrast (Command : kg)
⇒ Adjusts screen brightness.
Transmission
[k] [g] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data Min : 0 - Max : 64
Ack
Ack
[a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data 0 : Power Off
1: Power On
[g] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data Min : 0 - Max : 64
⇒ Gives information about power On/Off.
* Refer to the actual data structure 1.
Transmission
[k] [a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [FF] [Cr]
Ack
[a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data 0 : Power Off
1: Power On
* As with other functions, if data is transmitted as ‘0xFF‘ in the above format,
the current status of each function is returned as a feedback
in Ack data.
05.Brightness(Command:kh)
⇒ Adjusts screen brightness.
Transmission
[k] [h] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data
Min : 0H - Max : 64H
Ack
02. Aspect Ratio(Command:kc)
⇒ Adjusts screen size.
[h] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
Min : 0H - Max : 64H
Transmission
[k] [c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
* Refer to the actual data structure 1.
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
Data 1 : Normal Screen (4:3) 2 : Wide Screen (16:9)
4: Zoom 6: Set By Program 9 : Just Scan
10-1f : Cinema Zoom 1-16
06.Color (Command : ki)
Ack
⇒ Adjusts screen color. (Video / S-Video / Component)
[c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data 1 : Normal Screen (4:3) 2 : Wide Screen (16:9)
4: Zoom 6: Set By Program 9 : Just Scan
10-1f : Cinema Zoom 1-16
Transmission
[k] [i] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data Min : 0 - Max : 64
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
Ack
03. Screen Mute (Command:kd)
⇒ Controls screen Mute On/Off.
Transmission
[k] [d] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data 0: Screen Mute Off (video On)
1: Screen Mute On (video Off)
[i] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data Min : 0 - Max : 64
* Refer to the actual data structure 1.
Ack
[d] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data 0: Screen Mute Off (video On)
1: Screen Mute On (video Off)
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Function
07.Tint (Command : kj)
10.Remote Control Lock/Key Lock
(Command: km)
⇒ Adjusts screen color. (Video / S-Video / Component)
Transmission
[k] [j] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data
Red : 0H - Green : 64H
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
Ack
[ j ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
Red : 0H - Green : 64H
* Refer to the actual data structure 2.
08 .Sharpness (Command : kk)
⇒ Adjusts screen sharpness. (Video / S-Video / Component)
⇒ Sets the function of locking the remote control and local
keypad of the remote control.
Transmission
[k] [m] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data
0: Lock Off
1: Lock On
Ack
[m] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
0: Lock Off
1: Lock On
* This function is used when the remote control is not being
used. If remote control lock is On, none of the buttons of the
local keypad and remote control will work.
Transmission
[k] [k] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data
Min : 0H - Max : 64H
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
Ack
[k] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
Min : 0H - Max : 64H
* Refer to the actual data structure 1.
* This function is used when a remote control is not being used.
When the remote control lock is On, all the buttons on the control
panel and remote control
do not support the Set function.
09 .OSD Select (Command : kl)
⇒ Selects OSD On/Off.
Transmission
[k] [l] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data 0: OSD Select Mode Off
1: OSD Select Mode On
Ack
[l] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data 0: OSD Select Mode Off
1: OSD Select Mode On
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11.Color Temperature (ACC) (Command: ku)
⇒ Adjusts the value of color temperature.
Transmission
[k] [u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data 0: Medium 1: Cool 2: Warm 4.Natural
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
* 3 is not used.
Ack
[u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data 0: Medium 1: Cool 2: Warm 4: Natural
Function
15. Input Select (Command: xb)
12. Black Level (Command: nm)
⇒ Adjusts the value of Black Level
Transmission
[n] [m] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data 0: Low
1: High
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
Ack
[m] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
0: Low
1: High
⇒ Select the input signal of a set.
Transmission
[x] [b] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data 20: Video 40: Component 60: RGB
90: HDMI1 91: HDMI2
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
Ack
[b] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
Transmission
[n] [p] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data 0: Normal
1: Economic
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
40: Component
91: HDMI2
60: RGB
16. Key (Command: mc)
13.Lamp Mode (Command: np)
⇒ A function used to set Lamp Mode.
20: Video
90: HDMI1
⇒ Sends a key code of the IR remote control.
Transmission
[m] [c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data key code * Refer to page 44.
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
Ack
Ack
[p][ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
0: Normal
1: Economic
[c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
key code
17. Picture Mode (Command: ns)
14. Auto Configure (Command: ju)
⇒ A function used to set Picture Mode
⇒ Adjusts the video position by using RGB Mode and
minimizing image shake.
Transmission
[j] [u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data
1: To set
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
2: Natural
5: Game
Ack
Ack
[u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
Transmission
[n] [s] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
Data 0: Vivid
1: Standard
3: Cinema
4: Sport
6: Expert 1
7: Expert 2
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
1: To set
[s] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
Data
0: Vivid
1: Standard
3: Cinema
4: Sport
6: Expert 1
7: Expert 2
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
2: Natural
5: Game
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Function
<Key Code>
Key Name
Key Code
∧
0x40
∨
0x41
>
0x06
<
0x07
Power
0xAD
Input
0xEF
Menu
0x43
Back
0x28
OK
0x44
STILL
0xBC
RATIO
0x79
BLANK
0x84
PICTURE
0x4D
AUTO
0x92
Q.MENU
0x45
SLEEP
0x0E
3D
0xDC
PATTERN
0x6F
VIDEO
0x5A
COMP
0xBF
RGB
0xD5
HDMI 1
0xCE
HDMI 2
0xCC
19. 3D Option control (Command: xv)
18. 3D (Command: xt)
⇒ Controls 3D.
Transmission
[x][t][][Set ID][][Data1][][Data2][][Data3][][Data4][Cr]
Data 1 (3D Mode)
0: 3D Mode on 1: 3D Mode off
2: 3D to 2D 3: 2D to 3D
Data 2 (3D Format)
0: TOP and BOTTOM
1: Side by Side
2: Check Board 3: Frame Sequential
Data 3 (LR)
0: RL 1: LR
Data 4 (3D Depth)
0 - 14
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
*** Note ***
⇒ Depth is available in 2D to 3D mode.
Ack
[t][] [Set ID][][OK][Data1][Data2][Data3][Data4][x]
Data 1 (3D Mode)
0: 3D Mode on 1: 3D Mode off
2: 3D to 2D 3: 2D to 3D
Data 2 (3D Format)
0: TOP and BOTTOM
1: Side by Side
2: Check Board 3: Frame Sequential
Data 3 (LR)
0: RL 1: LR
Data 4 (3D Depth)
0 - 14
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
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⇒In 3D, it controls LR, Depth, and Viewpoint.
Transmission
[x][v][][Set ID][][Data1][][Data2][Cr]
Data 1
0: LR
1: Depth
2: Viewpoint
Data 2 :
i) Data1=0 (LR)
⇒ 0-1
ii) Data1=1 (Depth)
⇒ 0-14
III) Data1=2 (Viewpoint)
⇒ 0-14
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
*** Note ***
⇒ Depth is available in 2D to 3D mode.
Ack
[v][] [Set ID][][OK][Data1][Data2] [x]
Data 1
0: LR
1: Depth2: Viewpoint
Data 2 :
i) Data1=0 (LR) ii) Data1=1 (Depth)
III) Data1=2 (Viewpoint)
⇒ 0-1
⇒ 0-14
⇒ 0-14
(* Transmitted in hexadecimal code)
*** Note ***
⇒ Depth is available in 2D to 3D mode.
Function
Communication using Hyper Terminal
You can control multiple projectors from a single computer using the protocol.
1. Setting Hyper Terminal
1. Specifying communication port in User Configuration
3. Set to Test registration information
2. Set to 9600
4. Set to ASCII
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Function
2. Example of entering input switching command by using Hyper Terminal.
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Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Supported Monitor Display
* The following table lists the display formats supported by the projector.
Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
Horizontal Frequency
(kHz)
* If the projector does not support the input signal, the "Invalid Format" message appears on the screen.
* The projector supports the DDC1/2B type as a Plug & Play function. (Auto-recognition of PC monitors)
* PC synchronization signal types supported: Separate type synchronization.
* 1920x1080 is recommended for the best picture quality in PC mode.
* HDMI-PC signal does not support 1920x1080 resolution.
< DVD/DTV Input >
Signal
NTSC (60 Hz)
PAL (50 Hz)
24 / 30 Hz
Component-*1
HDMI-*2
480i
O
X
480p
O
O
720P
O
O
1080i
O
O
1080p
O
O
576i
O
X
576p
O
O
720P
O
O
1080i
O
O
1080p
O
O
1080p
O
O
* Cable Type
1- RGB to Component conversion
cable
2- HDMI cable
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Miscellaneous
Maintenance
*Clean the case, lens, suction ports and exhaust vents of the projector periodically.
If dust or stains accumulate on the projector, it may appear on the screen, or the screen may appear darker. Cleaning is therefore very important.
If replacement parts are required, contact your seller or an LG Electronics Service Center.
To clean the parts of a projector, turn off the projector and pull the plug from the power outlet.
Clean the projector more often if it is used for commercial purposes or it is used in a dusty environment.
Cleaning the projector lens
If there is any dust or staining on the lens surface, you must clean the lens.
Use an air spray or a cleaning cloth to clean the lens.
To remove dust or stains, use an air spray or apply a small amount of cleaning agent onto a swab or soft
cloth to clean the lens. Please be aware that liquid may flow into the lens if the product is sprayed directly
onto the lens.
Cleaning the projector case
To clean the projector case, first unplug the power cord.
Do not use alcohol, benzene, thinners or other chemicals which may damage the case.
Cleaning the air vents
Check the air vents for dust or contaminants often and remove them, as it is easy for them to accumulate. If
you continue to use the projector without removing these materials, the projector may not work properly due
to its internal components overheating.
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Miscellaneous
Cleaning the projector filter
It is recommended to clean the filter once a month to maintain the performance of the projector.
When prompted to clean the filter, take the following steps.
<Cleaning the Top Filter>
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord. Place the projector on a table or flat surface.
2. O
pen the filter cover by pushing the filter cover
lock in the direction of the arrow as shown in the
picture.
3. A
fter separating the filter cover, remove the
screw.

Filter cover
Screw
Filter
Top filter cover lock

3T
ake out the filter and dust off lightly. (If the filter is damaged, use a new filter which is supplied as an
accessory.)
4 After installing the filter and filter cover, push the filter cover lock in the reverse direction of the arrow
until it clicks.
<Cleaning the Bottom Filter>
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord. Place the projector on a table or flat surface.
2. T
ake out the filter by pulling the bottom filter in
the

3. d
irection of the arrow as in the picture. (If the filter is damaged, use a new filter which is supplied
as an accessory.)
4. Install the filter in the reverse order.
Filter
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Miscellaneous
Do not turn off the projector
Replacing the Lamp
The lifetime of the lamp depends on the environment in which the projector is used.
You can check how long the lamp has been used in the Lamp Time of the
INFORMATION menu.
You must replace the lamp when:
ꔈꔈ The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate in quality.
ꔈꔈ The lamp indicator is magenta.
ꔈꔈ The message “Replace the lamp” appears on the screen when turning the
projector on.
Lamp indicator
<Projector Top>
Be careful when replacing the lamp
ꔈꔈ Press the POWER button to turn off the power.
ꔈꔈ If the operation indicator LED is cyan and blinking, do not disconnect the mains supply until the operation indicator LED
has changed to blue as the fan is still running.
ꔈꔈ Allow the lamp to cool down for 1 hour before replacing it.
ꔈꔈ Replace only with the same type of lamp from an LG Electronics Service Center. Using another manufacturer's lamp may
damage the projector and lamp.
ꔈꔈ Only pull the lamp out when replacing it.
ꔈꔈ Keep the lamp unit out of reach of children. Keep the lamp away from heat sources such as radiators, stoves etc. There is a
risk of fire or burning.
ꔈꔈ Do not expose the lamp to liquids or foreign materials. The lamp may burst.
ꔈꔈ Do not insert any flammable or metal objects into the lamp socket after removing the lamp. This can result in electrical
shock or damage the product.
ꔈꔈ Fix the new lamp with screws securely. If it is not securely fixed, the projected image may become darker and there may be a fire risk.
ꔈꔈ Do not touch the front glass of the new lamp or the glass of the lamp container. Picture quality and lamp lifetime may suffer.
Purchasing a replacement lamp
Lamp model numbers are listed on page 47, "Product Specifications".
Check the lamp model and then purchase it from an LG Electronics Service Center.
(Using another manufacturer's lamp may damage the projector.)
Disposing of the lamp
Dispose of the used lamp by returning it to the LG Electronics Service Center.
Projector lamp control
Warning
ꔈꔈ within the first 5 minutes of turning it on.
- Frequent On/Off changes may reduce lamp performance.
ꔈꔈ Do not pull out the power cord while the projector or the cooling fan are running.
- It may reduce the lifetime of the lamp and/or cause it to burst.
ꔈꔈ The lifetime of the projector depends on environmental and handling conditions.
ꔈꔈ The projector uses a high pressure mercury lamp. Shock or abuse to the projector can cause the lamp to burst loudly.
ꔈꔈ Continued use of the projector when neglecting to replace the lamp may cause the lamp to burst loudly.
ꔈꔈ If the lamp bursts, do the following:
- Remove the power cord immediately.
- Allow fresh air in immediately (Ventilation).
- Go to a nearby service center to check projector condition and replace the lamp.
- Only an authorized service technician is allowed to disassemble the projector.
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Miscellaneous
Replacing the lamp
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord. Place the projector on a table or flat surface. (Allow the
lamp to cool down for 1 hour before removing the used lamp from the projector because it is very hot.)
2. U
nscrew the screws from the lamp cover using a screwdriver. After pulling out the screws, lift off the lamp
cover.
Lamp cover screw

3. After lifting the lamp cover off, remove the two retaining screws which hold the lamp.
Screw
Lamp bottom
Lamp cover

Screw
Lamp knob
4. Pull out the lamp knob from the hitch.
5. Hold the lamp knob and pull it out slowly to remove the lamp case. Insert the new lamp gently into the correct position. Push the lamp bottom to check if it is correctly installed.
6. Tighten the screws you removed in step 3. (Make sure they are fixed firmly.)
7. Close the lamp cover and install the screws from step 2 to install the cover. (If the power is switched on while
the lamp cover is open, the lamp warning indicator will be blink red and the projector will not be turned on.)
Make sure to use the same type of lamp for replacement.
If the lamp cover is not installed correctly, the projector will not be turned on. In this case, check if the lamp is installed correctly before contacting LG Electronics Service Center.
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Miscellaneous
Troubleshooting
Please check the following when there is a problem with the projector before contacting LG Electronics Service Center.
Symptom
Checkpoint and Solution
Q. I cannot see a video on the screen.
A. Check if the power light is turned on or the lens cap is closed.
In addition, check if the cables are connected correctly according to
the description in this manual.
A wrong input signal may have been selected. Select another input
signal by pressing the input selection button of the remote control or
control panel.
Q. " No signal" is displayed on the
screen.
A. A
video device which is not connected to the projector has been
selected, there is no signal from a computer or video device, or a connector has been incorrectly connected. Check the connection between
the projector and the video device and also check if the input signal
from the video device has been selected correctly.
Q. " This mode is not supported (or 'No A. The projector cannot interpret the computer signal.
supported mode')" is displayed.
Check supported monitor display format.
A. Adjust the focus and position of the video.
Q. P
art of the video or the entire video is A. Adjust video settings.
blurred or there is no focus.
A. T
here may be dust or stains on the lens. Clean the lens according to
the description in the Maintenance section.
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Q. Video colors are abnormal.
A. It is necessary to adjust color balance. Adjust Color in Video Setting.
Q. There is no screen output for HDMI
connection.
A. Check if the HDMI cable is a high-speed HDMI® cable.
If it is not a high-speed HDMI® cable, the screen may flicker or not
display anything.
Q. 3D video is displayed abnormally.
A. Select another 3D video.
A. Press the "3D OPTION" button on the remote control and go to the
3D Configuration menu. Select better 3D video when changing the
"3D Configuration".
A. Check if the screen is 3D-compatible.
Miscellaneous
Product Specifications
MODELS
CF3DA (CF3DA-JS)
Resolution
1920 (H) x 1080 (V) pixels
Aspect ratio
16:9 (H:V)
Panel size (mm)
15.4
Projection distance (Video
size)
Wide: 0.88 m - 9.08 m (76.2 cm - 762.0 cm)
Tele: 1.14 m - 11.8 m (76.2 cm - 762.0 cm)
Ratio of upward projection
100 %
Working range of the remote
12 m
control
Video input
NTSC/PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N/PAL-60
POWER
AC 110 V - 240 V - 50/60 Hz, 5.5 A
Height (mm)
190
Width (mm)
501
Length (mm)
560
Weight (kg)
21.1
Operation environment
Projector lamp
Temperature
Lamp model name
Operating temperature: 0°C to 35°C
Storage temperature: -20°C to 60°C
Humidity
Operating humidity: 0% to 80% Relative humidity
Storage humidity: 0% to 85% Relative humidity
AJ-LCF3
Power consumption of lamp
220 W (2EA)
Altitude
Operating altitude: 0 m ~ 2500 m
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Miscellaneous
Open Source software Information
The following GPL/LGPL/MPL execution files and libraries in this projector comply with the GPL 2.0/
LGPL 2.1/MPL 1.1 license agreement.
GPL execution files:
Linux kernel 2.6, busybox, lzo, u-boot
LGPL library:
uClibc
MPL library:
nanox
You can ask LG Electronics for the source codes at the e-mail address below. We will send you a
CD-ROM if you pay for expenses such as media cost or delivery, etc.: opensource@lge.com
This is effective for 3 years from the purchase date of the projector.
You can download the original copies of the GPL, LGPL, or MPL licenses at
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/ or http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/.
In addition, you can check the translations of the GPL and LGPL at
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0-translations.html,
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/lgpl-2.1-translations.html.
Some software in the projector complies with the following copyright.
► jpeg: Independent JPEG Group, copyright © 1991 – 1998, Thomas G. Lane.
► libpng: copyright © 2004 Glenn Randers-Pehrson
► tinyxml: copyright © 2000-2006 Lee Thomason
► zlib: copyright © 1995-2002 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler.
All rights reserved.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and
associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject
to the following conditions:
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS
OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR
IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
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The model and serial number of the
projector is located on the back or one side
of the projector. Record it below should you
ever need service.
MODEL
SERIAL
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