LG | LP-XG12 | LG LP-XG12 Owner’s Manual

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carefully
before
operating
your set.
Retain it for future reference.
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quote this information
require
service.
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:
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LGCDPROJET
LP-XG12
OWNER'S MANUAL
LCD
LCD
PROJECTOR
PROJECTOR
1
1
Safety
Instructions
Names of
CONTENTS
2
3
Installation and Connection
11
15
the
Operating
Turning
on
Using
Projector
the
source
operating
unit, please read
manual carefully.
the
this
21
22
23
24
25
27
28
29
Selecting
30
mouse
time
31
Using
Resize function
32
Using
Blank function
33
display
35
Horizontal / Vertical function
37
Adjusting
screen
Adjusting
Video
Adjusting
Audio
Using Tracking
Selecting
7
17
20
Selecting language
Using Flip
6
16
26
mode
Still function
Checking lamp
Before
Projector
checking
Selecting
5
7
Connecting to a Desktop PC
Connecting to a Notebook PC
Connecting to a Macintosh Desktop PC
Connecting to a Macintosh PowerBook
Connecting to a Video Source
Connecting to a DVD
Connecting to a D-TV Settop Box
Function
4
3
parts
PC
Supported
39
40
function
41
size
43
screen
Monitor
input signal
Display
44
Maintenance
45
Specifications
46
2
Safety
Always keep
projector.
Safety
the
Instructions
safety
instructions to
Instructions have two kinds of information, and each
WARNING
NOTES
The
prevent any potential accident
meanings
of
The violation of this instruction may
The violation of this instruction may
symbols
in the manual and the unit
Take
care
of
Take
care
of electric shock that may
After
reading
danger
that may
this manual,
meaning
keep
happen
it in the
under
happen
place
cause
are as
specific
under
that the
or
danger by
of it is
light injuries
right
use
of the
below.
as
serious
cause
safe and
injuries
or
and
damage
even
of the
death.
projector.
below.
condition.
specific
user
condition.
always
can
contact
easily.
WARNING
Disassembling or remodeling must not be
performed by anyone except the service
personnel. Contact your dealer or cus-
tomer service center for any kind of check-
ing, adjusting
and
This may
shock.
fire
cause
repair.
or
Don't insert or drop any metal or flammable
into the projector through the exhaust
.
This may
3
cause
fire
or
the
a
a
flowerpot,
a
vessel with
cup,
cos-
liquids
on
projector.
This may cause fire
or electric shock.
electric
thing
vent
Don't put a vase,
metics, drugs, or
electric shock.
Don't place
sunlight or
the
near
some
heater.
This may
cause
fire
under a direct
hot things like a
projector
or
electric shock.
INTRODUC N
WARNING
Never open any cover except for the lens
and dust cover. There is high voltage
danger inside the projector.
cover
Use the proper batteries for remote control
and take care of children not to eat them.
Removed batteries must be taken away so
that children cannot contact them.
This may cause fire
electric shock.
Use
with
air spray or soft cloth that is wet
neutral detergent and water for
removing dust or stains on the projection
lens.
an
a
Don't stare the lens directly when the prois being operated. Radiation of
strong beam may hurt eyes.
jector
or
Don't put the projector in damp place like a
bathroom or a place exposed to rain and
wind or near water.
This may cause fire, electric shock, mechanical
trouble or deformation.
the operation of the projector when it
makes smoke or strange smell. In this
case, turn the power switch off and unplug
immediately and call the service center.
Stop
Excessive
fire
Don't look at laser beam
cause
eye
or
operation
without
checking
may
cause
electric shock.
directly
as
it may
damage.
4
Safety
Instructions
NOTES
No contact while
lamp
lamp
working,
or
after the
right
is off since the exhaust port and the
lid generate heat.
Don't block the exhaust vent with
like a tablecloth.
It makes internal
es
danger
things
Don't
use
the
projector
It may fall down
Be
or
be
sure
temperature increase and
caus-
of cords may
electric shock.
Damage
cause
plug
upset.
to turn the power switch off and
the power when moving the projector. And check if other external connecting
cables are removed.
fire
It may
the unstable
unplug
of fire.
Never touch the power
on
place.
with wet hand.
electric shock.
or
cause
Don't use chemical detergents like alcohol,
benzene, or thinners for cleaning plastic
parts like the casing of the projector.
Particularly, never use chemical
like the polisher for car or
industrial use, an abrasive,
detergents
a wax, benzene, alcohol,
thinners, a mosquitocide,
an anticorrosive,
a lubricant, or a
Don't
things
place
like
a
the power cord
heater.
It may make covering
or electric shock.
5
near
the hot
washing
cleaner.
Hold the
plug tightly
when
unplugging.
If you hold the cord when unplugging the internal
line of the cord may be cut. This may cause heat,
parts melted and
cause
fire
ing
and fire.
INTRODUC N
NOTES
Don't touch the lens of the
damage of it.
projector.
It may
Don't touch the projector with the tools like
knife or a hammer those can damage the
external shape of the projector.
cause
a
When you clean dust inside the projector,
contact your dealer or customer service
center first and then clean it.
Don't use the projector in the place that
people may tread on its cord to prevent
damage of the power cord or the plug.
If you don't clean dust inside the
for a long time, it may
cause fire, mechanical trouble.
project
Use the indicated type of power source on
the projector. If you are not sure of the type
of power available, consult your dealer or
customer service center.
Don't place the projector and the remote
control on any heat-producing equipment
or in a heated place such as a car.
Don't use the projector when the power
cord or the plug is damaged or the connecting part of wall socket is loose.
projector
It may
cause
electric shock
or
fire.
Be
sure
absent.
to
unplug when you don't use
a long period or you
for
the
are
Accumulated dust may cause, fire electric shock
from deterioration, or
electric
leakage.
6
Names of parts
Main
Body
Rear remote
control sensor
Control
Speaker
Speaker Lamp
panel
indicator
Front remote
control sensor
Handle
Foot
Foot
adjuster
lever
Foot
Rear
Zoom
Connecting
Connecting
Computer
Focus
ring
ring
Lens
cover
Part
Computer
out
Computer Out
2
Computer 1
Computer 2
Computer 1(DTV INPUT)
Computer
Computer
Audio 1
Mouse 2
DTV INPUT
VIDEO
Computer
AUDIO
R Audio
Mouse 1
1
L/Mono
Computer
Audio 2
Audio 2
Mouse 1
Computer
Audio 1
Video
DVD
IN
(480i)
R Audio
PrPbY
L
R
Audio/Video
Kensington Security
System Connector
(Refer to page 12)
7
Mouse 2
Audio
L/Mono
Video
DVD IN
(480i) (Audio,Video)
S-Video
S-Video
K
AC
INTRODUC N
Control
Control Panel
POWER Button
POWER
VOL
VOL
Δ,ΕButton
Selects items in the
VOLUME Button
menus.
MENU Button
Selects
or
closes
MENU
ENTER
menus.
Adjusts
volume level and func-
tions of
menu
items.
ENTER Button
Checks
present mode and
selects sub items in the
menus.
SOURCE BLANK
SOURCE Button
PC1, PC2,
AV, DVD.
BLANK Button
Switches to
8
Names of
parts
Remote Control
Control
POWER
POWER Button
SOURCE
MENU
MENU Button
SOURCE Button
L MOUSE Button
R
MOUSE MOUSE
(Zoom-out Button)
L
R
MOUSE Button
(Zoom-in Button)
POINTER Button
MOUSE DRAG Button
LASER Button
LASER
MOUSE
DRAG
ENTER Button
ENTER
BLANK
STILL
RESIZE
MUTE
STILL Button
BLANK Button
RESIZE Button
MUTE Button
VOL
VOLUME Button
VOL
AUTO TRACKING
ZOOM
ZOOM Button
AUTO TRACKING Button
Inserting
1
9
the batteries
Slide the battery cover
in the direction of the
arrow
to remove.
2
Insert the batteries with
correct
polarity.
3
Replace
the
battery
compartment
the
arrow
cover
direction.
to
INTRODUC N
Functions
on
on
the
the Remote Control
Control
Button
Function
POWER Button
Selects ON/OFF of power.
SOURCE Button
Switches to PC1, PC2, AV, DVD.
MENU Button
L MOUSE Button
(Zoom-out Button)
R MOUSE Button
(Zoom-in Button)
POINTER Button
Displays
*
*
*
or
hides the
Corresponds
menu.
to the Left
Downsizes the
-
screen on
Corresponds to the Right
Enlarges the screen size
-
*
*
*
*
Click of PC Mouse.
the zoom function.
Click of PC Mouse.
on zoom function.
After selecting menus, controls selecting and adjusting
functions with the direction of up, down, left, right.
Moves the screen with the direction of up, down, left, right
on zoom function.
Moves and releases the selected icon on PC screen.
icon in PC mode.
MOUSE DRAG Button
Uses to select and
ENTER Button
Checks the present mode and selects sub items in the
ZOOM Button
Refer to page 36.
RESIZE Button
Refer to page 32.
drag
an
menus.
AUTO TRACKING Button Refer to page 41~42.
BLANK Button
Refer to page 33~34.
STILL Button
Refer to page 28.
MUTE Button
Cuts off audio.
VOLUME Button
Adjusts
LASER Button
Makes
(Don't
volume level.
bright red laser point on the screen for attention.
look at laser beam directly as it causes eye damage.)
a
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Installation and Connection
Accessories
POWER
SOURCE
MENU
MOUSE MOUSE
L
R
MOUSE
LASER
DRAG
ENTER
BLANK
STILL
RESIZE
MUTE
VOL
AUTOTRACKING
VOL
1.5V
ZOOM
1.5V
Remote Control
Batteries 2
Audio/Video Cable
Power Cord
(size AA)
ON
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Audio Cable
Computer
Mouse
Cable
MAC
Connecting
Cables
PS/2 Mouse Cable
(IBM
Optional
PC
or
MAC Serial Mouse Cable
Compatible)
Extras
*
Contact your dealer for
*
When
*
Contact your
buying these items.
ceiling installer, use only the ceiling
dealer for replacing a new lamp.
applying
a
installer for LCD
projector.
Ceiling
S-Video Cable
Portable
Screen for
11
Desktop Adaptor
projecting
Lamp
Bag
installer for LCD
projector
Using
Security System
System
Using Kensington Security
The
projector has Kensington Security System
Security system cable as below.
For the detailed installation and
Connector
on
the back
panel.
Connect the
CINSTAL O D ONETI
Kensington
Kensington Security System, refer to the user's guide
attached to the Kensington Security System set.
And for further information, contact http://www.kensington.com, the internet homepage of the
Kensington company that deals with expensive electronic equipments such as notebook PCs or LCD
projectors.
Kensington Security System
is
use
an
of the
optional
item.
DTV
DVD
CrCbY
K
AC
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Installation and Connection
Status
Projector Status
*
Lamp Indicator, operation
projector.
Indicators
indicator and
temperature indicator
at the
top of the projector show the
user
the
of the
Lamp
Temperature indicator
Indicator
Operation
indicator
POWER
VOL
Orange
Operation
Indicator
Green
Standby.
On operation.
Off
Power off.
Red
VOL
Red(flashing)
Projection lamp is reaching the end of its life and needs
replaced with a new lamp.(over 1400 hours)
The projector has trouble in the lamp or around it.
Green(flashing)
The
to be
Lamp
Indicator
Contact the service center.
lamp cover is not closed.
projector is in high temperature. If you don't
turn off the projector, it'll be turned off automatically.
The projector is turned off as its high temperature.
Power is turned off as the trouble of internal cooling
This
Orange
Temperature
Indicator
Red
Red(flashing)
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fan. Contact your service center.
operating
status
Basic
Operation
Operation
of
of the
Projector
CINSTAL O D ONETI
1.
Place the
projector
on a
surface with the PC
22.
Place the
the
and the
the
projector
screen.
or
sturdy
AV
and horizontal
source.
in the correct distance from
The distance between the
screen
projector
determines the actual size of
image.
Screen size
Horizontal distance from
projector
610x460cm(300inch)
410x300cm(200inch)
200x150cm(100inch)
160x120cm(80inch)
120x90cm(60inch)
81x61cm(40inch)
61x46cm(30inch)
3.
3
Turn the
44.
Connect the cables of the
to
screen
11.94m~15.6m
7.94m~10.4m
3.94m~5.2m
3.14m~4.2m
2.33m~3.1m
1.53m~1.9m
1.6m(Tele)
projector so that the lens can be at a
right angle to the screen. If the projector is not
at a right angle, the screen image will be
crooked. At this time perform keystone function.
(Refer to page 35.)
projector
power socket and other connected
to
a
wall
sources.
14
Connecting
*
You
can
*
You
can use
*
connect the
Desktop PC
to a
projector to
a
computer of VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA output.
resize function for VGA, SVGA output.
Refer to page 44 for the projector supported monitor
Computer Out
Computer
Computer
2
Mou
DTV
VIDEO
AUDIO
1
ouse
IN
display.
1
Com
R
Audio
n
Computer
Audio 2
Com
uter
Au1
o
DVD
IN
(480i)
R Audio L
Pr
Pb
R Audio L/Mono
Vid
eo
AC
K
d
c
a
b
<
How to connect
>
a.
Connect either end of the computer cable to Computer 1 of the projector.
(The Computer 2 port is used for connecting a second computer.)
b.
Connect the monitor cable from the PC monitor to
projected image
c.
(The Computer
Out of the
projector
if you want to
see
the
Audio 2 is used for
Computer Audio 1 of the projector.
connecting a second computer.)
If the PC has two audio out ports of SPEAKER OUT and LINE OUT, connect the LINE OUT port to get
better sound quality.
Connect the PS/2
(The
15
Computer
PC monitor.
Connect either end of the audio cable to
*
d.
on
mouse(for IBM PC
connecting
Mouse 2 is used for
or
a
compatible) cable(6 pin)
computer.)
second
to the Mouse 1 of the
projector.
Connecting
to a Notebook PC
Computer
Out
Computer 2
Mo
DTV INPUT
VIDEO
Computer
AUDIO
R Audio
Computer
CINSTAL O D ONETI
1
Mouse 1
1
L/Mono
Computer
Computer
Audio 2
A1
eo
DVD
IN
(480i)
R Audio
L
PrP
R Audio
K
c
b
<
How to connect
b.
Connect either end of the audio cable to
Audio 2 is used for
Connect the PS/2
(The
deo
AC
>
Connect either end of the computer cable to Computer 1 of the projector.
(The Computer 2 port is used for connecting a second computer.)
c.
V
a
a.
(The Computer
L/Mono
Computer Audio 1 of the projector.
connecting a second computer.)
mouse(for IBM PC
connecting
Mouse 2 is used for
or
a
compatible) cable(6 pin)
computer.)
to the Mouse 1 of the
projector.
second
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Connecting
*
You must
the Macintosh
use
Desktop PC
to a Macintosh
desktop adaptor
to connect the
projector
to
Macintosh PC.
a
Computer
Out
Computer 2
1
Computer
Mo
DTV
VIDEO
AUDIO
Mouse 1
IN
Comp
er
RAuo
on
Computer
Audio 2
Computer
Au1
o
DVD
IN
(480i)
R Audio L
PrP
R Audio L/Mono
Vid
eo
ON
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AC
K
c
d
e
b
a
f
<
How to connect
a.
b.
Connect either end of the computer cable to Computer 1 of the projector.
(The Computer 2 port is used for connecting a second computer.)
Connect the monitor cable from the Macintosh monitor to
see
c.
>
the
Set the
projected image
adjusting
you want to
use
on
number and letter of the Macintosh
and connect the
adaptor
Connect the computer cable to the Macintosh
e.
Connect either end of the audio cable to
f.
Connect the
(The
17
mouse
2 is used for
projector
desktop adaptor in accordance
(Refer to page 18 19)
if you want to
with the resolution
~
desktop adaptor.
Computer Audio 1 of the projector.
connecting a second computer.)
cable from the Macintosh
Mouse 2 is used for
Out of the
to the Macintosh.
d.
(The Computer Audio
Computer
Macintosh monitor.
connecting
a
mouse
second
port
computer.)
to the Mouse 1 of the
projector.
How to
use
use
the
the Macintosh
Adjusting
desktop
desktop adaptor
CINSTAL O D ONETI
letter
ON
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Adjusting
a.
How to
use
Usually set 1
the adjusting
b.
number
Notes for
~
6 to OFF status and 7
~
9 to ON status of the
adjusting numbers. And select
(Refer to page 19.)
letter which is correct to the Macintosh and the monitor.
Connecting
to the Macintosh PowerBook
If you get problems when connecting it to the
status and restart the Macintosh PowerBook.
projector,
set the
adjusting
number 9 to OFF
18
Connecting
to a Macintosh
Desktop PC
of MAC desktop adaptor in accordance
accordance with
with kinds of
of MAC and
and output
Adjusting letters of
output spec.
spec.
output
resolution
12¥RGB
13¥x14¥RGB
15¥Portrait
VGA
SVGA
SVGA
16¥Color
19¥Color
19¥Color
2Page Mono
21¥Color
NTSC
PAL
512x384
640x480
640x870
640x480
800x600
800x600
832x624
1024x768
1024x768
1150x870
1152x870
NTSC
PAL
frequency(KHz)
frequency(Hz)
24.5
35
68.8
31
35
50
60
68.7
68.7
15.7
16
60
66
75
60
56
56or72
75
75
60or70
75
75
60
50
letter
N
J
O
G
G
G
F
D
G
M
P
L
H
llci, llsi
N
J
O
llvi, llvx
N
J
G
LC
N
J
M
LCII
N
J
G
LCIII
N
J
O
G
LC 475, LC 550
N
J
O
G
G
F
LC 575
N
J
O
G
G
F
M
P
L
H
400,405,410,430,600,600CD
N
J
450
N
J
O
G
700,900
N
J
O
G
G
F
M
P
L
H
605,610,650,800,950
N
J
O
G
G
F
D
M
P
L
H
840AV
N
J
O
G
G
F
D
M
P
L
H
610,650
N
J
O
G
G
F
D
M
P
L
H
660AV
N
J
O
G
G
F
D
M
P
L
H
N
J
O
G
G
F
N
J
O
G
G
F
N
J
O
M
P
L
H
output spec
horizontal
vertical
MACS
adjusting
MAC
MAC
F
D
Performa
G
F
Quadra
G
G
Centris
G
G
PowerBook
160,165C,180,180C
DUO
DOC, MINI DOC
8 24 BOARD
19
F
Connecting
to a Macintosh PowerBook
Computer Out
Computer
Computer
2
Mou
DTV
VIDEO
AUDIO
1
ouse
INPUT
CINSTAL O D ONETI
1
Computer 1
R Audio L/Mono
Computer
Audio 2
Com uter
Au1
o
DVD
IN
(480i)
R Audio L
Pr
Pb
R Audio L/Mono
Vid
eo
ON
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K
a
c
e
d
<
a.
b.
How to connect
>
Connect either end of the computer cable to Computer 1 of the projector.
(The Computer 2 port is used for connecting a second computer.)
Set the
adjusting
you want to
use
number and letter of the Macintosh
and connect the
adaptor
desktop adaptor in accordance with
PowerBook.(Refer to page 18
to the Macintosh
c.
Connect the other end of the computer cable to the Macintosh
d.
Connect either end of the audio cable to
(The Computer Audio
e.
AC
b
Connect the
(The
mouse
2 is used for
19)
desktop adaptor.
Computer Audio 1of the projector.
connecting a second computer.)
cable from the Macintosh
Mouse 2 is used for
the resolution
~
connecting
a
mouse
second
port
to the Mouse 1 of the
projector.
computer.)
20
to a Video Source
Connecting
*
*
In AV input mode, if the auto video
AUTO TRACKING button on the
You
can
connect
a
VTR,
a
DTV
VIDEO
remocon.
camcorder,
Computer Out
AUDIO
system recognition fails
Computer 2
Computer
Mouse 2
INPUT
LDP
a
to detect a correct video system type, please press the
projector executes the fine auto video system recognition.
other compatible video image source to the projector.
Then the
or
any
1
Mouse 1
Computer 1
R Audio L/Mono
Computer
Audio 2
Computer
Audio 1
Video
DVD
IN
(480i)
R Audio L
PrPbY
R Audio L/Mono
Video
S-Video
S VIDEO
(R) AUDIO (L)
VIDEO
OUT
IN
AC
K
a
b
<Howtoconnect1>
a.
When
connecting
the
put ports of the A/V
is white and
right
projector
source
to an A/V source, connect the A/V
with A/V cables of the
same
input ports
of the
color. The video cable is
projector to the outyellow and the left audio
audio is red.
<Howtoconnect2>
b.
Connect S-Video
*
You
can
input port of the projector to S-Video output port of A/V source with S-Video cable.
get better picture quality when connecting S-Video source to the projector.
*
If the Audio output of other external equipments is mono, do connect Audio cable
port(Audio L) of the projector.
to the white
*
21
If you connect S-Video cable and Video cable
playing image of S- Video source.
simultaneously,
you will get
only
the
to a DVD
Connecting
*
*
The
output ports (Y, Pb, Pr) of the DVD might be inscribed
Receiving
DVD
is
signal
Computer
Out
Computer 2
Computer
Y, Cb, Cr
or
<DVD
Mouse 1
INPUT
Computer 1
R Audio L/Mono
Computer
Audio 2
Y, B-Y, R-Y according
to the
equipments.
CINSTAL O D ONETI
1
Mouse 2
DTV
VIDEO
AUDIO
as
in 480i mode.
possible only
rear>
Computer
Audio 1
Video
DVD
IN
(480i)
Audio
R
L/M
Vid
S-Video
(R) AUDIO (L)
K
Y
Pb
Pr
AC
ab
<
How to connect
>
a.
Connect the DVD IN Video ports
DVD.
(Y, Pb, Pr)
b.
Connect the DVD IN Audio ports
(R, L)
of the
of the
projector
projector
to the Video
to the Audio
output ports (Y, Pb, Pr) of the
output ports (R, L) of the DVD.
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to a D-TV
Connecting
*
*
Settop
Box
To receive the DTV program, it is necessary to purchase DTV receiver (Set-top Box) and
connect it to the projector.
Please refer to the owner's manual of the DTV Settop Box for the connection between LCD
projector and DTV Settop Box.
Computer
DTV
VIDEO
AUDIO
Out
Computer 2
Computer
Mo
INPUT
1
<D-TV
Mouse 1
Computer 1
R Audio L/Mono
Computer
Audio 2
Computer
R Audio L
PrP
R Audio L/Mono
K
Box
rear>
Video
DVD
IN
(480i)
Settop
Audio 1
Y
Video
S-Video
AC
)
AUDIO (
DTV OUT
b
a
<
How to connect
>
Computer 1 of the projector to DTV OUT of the D-TV Settop Box.
input ports (R, L/Mono) of the projector to the Audio output ports (R, L)
a.
Connect the
b.
Connect the Audio
Settop
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Box.
of the D-TV
the
Operating
Focusing
When
an
and
Projector
Positioning
image appears
the Screen
Screen
Image
the screen, check if it is in proper focus and fits well to the
on
screen.
BASIC
Zoom
To
To
adjust the
adjust the
3.
4.
ring
image, rotate the focus ring which is the outer ring on the lens.
image, rotate the zoom ring which is the inner ring on the lens.
Stand behind the
image
on
the screen, extend
or
retract two feet at the bottom of the
projector
adjuster levers while you support the front of the projector.
freely. Take care not to drop the projector.
While lifting the foot adjuster levers, raise or lower the projector until the screen image is positioned properly.
Release the lever to lock the feet in their new position.
To fine-tune the height of the projector, rotate the front feet to raise or lower it.
After raising the front feet, don't give impact on the upper side of the projector or press down strongly.
projector
This unlocks the feet and
2.
Focus
focus of the
size of the
To raise or lower the
as below.
1.
ring
and lift the foot
can
make them
move
24
FUNCTIOS
Turning
1
2
Remove the lens
the
on
cover
of the
Press the POWER button
up of the
during warming
on
Projector
projector.
the remote control
or
top cover.(Green operation indicator flashes
lamp.)
It will take about 1 minute to
display
the
picture
after power
on
because the
lamp
of the
projector
needs
An
preheating.
image appears
Select the
3
Adjust
source
after the green operation indicator is flashed for
mode with the SOURCE button.
some
time.
volume level.
If you press VOLUME Γ button, sound and volume level number
If you press VOLUME Φ button, sound and volume level number
are
are
increased.
decreased.
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*
25
Don't
unplug
the power cord while the ventilation
pan(inlet/outlet)
is
working.
Function
1
2
*
Without PC
*
This manual
checking
Video signal the OSD doesn't appear.
mainly explains menus in PC mode.
or
Press the MENU button.
Move the POINTER button up or down to select
press the button you can see menus as below.
u
exit
move
exit
u
enter
move
and press the ENTER button. Each time you
adjust
VIDEO
Ε
Γ VIDEO
a menu
Γ POSITION
u
Horizontal
Vertical
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Color R
Color G
Color B
Reset
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
u
exit
move
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
Γ AUDIO
adjust
u
exit
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Ε
Ε
Treble
Bass
Balance
move
enter
exit
move
select
Γ POSITION
Ε
TRACKING
Press Enter to Start
Clock
0
u
Γ VIDEO
Auto Tracking
AUDIO
BASIC
0
Zoom
Γ SPECIAL
Γ POSITION
adjust
Keystone
Γ POSITION
Γ VIDEO
move
ΕPOSITION
Brightness
Γ SPECIAL
exit
Γ VIDEO
80
Contrast
Phase
VGA Text
SPECIAL
Language
Resize
Mouse
Blank Image
Lamp Time
English
Γ
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
Γ AUDIO
*
*
3
In AV and DVD mode, [Horizontal] / [Vertical] item in POSITION menu and TRACKING menu are not displayed.
menus of VIDEO menu in AV and DVD mode are different from those in the PC mode. (Refer to page 39).
The sub
Move the POINTER button up
To finish the
menu
display,
or
down to select
press the MENU button
a
function that you want to
use or
adjust.
repeatedly.
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FUNCTIOS
1
Press the SOURCE button
2
Each press of the SOURCE button
PC1
27
PC2
changes
the
AV
display
as
below.
DVD
Using Still
1
function
Press the STILL button.
*
You
can
still the
input image.
BASIC
<Still
<Moving Image>
2
To finish this function, press the STILL button
Image>
again.
28
FUNCTIOS
Selecting language
1
Press the MENU button and
below.
move
the POINTER button up
or
down to select the SPECIAL
or
down to select
menu
as
u
exit
move
enter
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
3
Press the ENTER button and
move
Move the POINTER button left
or
the POINTER button up
right
to select the
you want to
On-Screen-Display(OSD) is marked in the selected language from
menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
To finish
u
exit
move
select
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Ε
SPECIAL
Language
Resize
Mouse
Blank Image
Lamp Time
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
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language
English
Γ
this
point.
[Language]
use.
item.
Selecting
*
*
1
Mouse is
mouse
automatically selected
in accordance with
source
mode. But if you want to select
a
different
mouse
from the selected one, select it as below.
When using the mouse in Window 95 platform, restart the PC.
Press the MENU button and
below.
move
the POINTER button up
or
down to select the SPECIAL
or
down to select
menu
as
u
exit
move
enter
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
3
Press the ENTER button and
move
Move the POINTER button left
To finish
menu
display,
or
the POINTER button up
right
item.
SPECIAL FUNCTIOS
to select the mouse you want to use.
press the MENU button
u
[Mouse]
exit
move
repeatedly.
select
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Ε
SPECIAL
Language
Resize
Mouse
Mouse1
Γ
Blank
Image
Lamp Time
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
30
Checking lamp
1
Press the MENU button and
below.
time
the POINTER button up
move
or
down to select the SPECIAL
menu
as
u
exit
enter
move
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button and
item.
move
u
the POINTER button up
exit
or
down to select the
move
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Ε
SPECIAL
Language
Resize
Mouse
Blank Image
Lamp Time
0Hr
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
You
can see
When the
31
the used
lamp
time is
lamp time.
reaching 1400 hours,
the
lamp
indicator is turned to red color.
[Lamp Time]
Resize function
Using
*
1
You
can use
this function
only
under PC resolution SVGA
(800x600)
mode.
Press the RESIZE button.
Each press of the button
changes
the
display
as
<PCmode>
below.
<
AV, DVD, DTV mode
>
4:3
Scaled
SPECIAL FUNCTIOS
16:9
Original
*
You
can
also
use
this function
by using
the MENU button.
32
Using
*
1
2
This function may be effective if you need to
get attention of the attendants in meetings
Press the BLANK button.
*
The
*
You
screen
can
turns to be covered with
choose the
background
background
color and sound becomes off.
color. Refer to page 34.
To exit the blank status, press the BLANK button
*
33
Blank function
If
exiting
the blank status sound also becomes
on.
again.
or
briefings.
Selecting
Selecting
1
Blank
color
color
Image
Press the MENU button and
move
the POINTER button up
exit
u
move
or
down to select the SPECIAL
menu.
enter
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button and
item.
3
Move the POINTER button left
Background
To exit
menu
color will be
display,
move
or
changed
the POINTER button up
or
[Blank Image]
to select the color you want to use.
right
to the selected color from this
press the MENU button
u
down to select the
exit
move
point.
repeatedly.
select
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Ε
SPECIAL
Language
Resize
Mouse
Blank Image
Lamp
Blue
Γ
Time
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
34
SPECIAL FUNCTIOS
Adjusting
display
screen
Positioning
*
*
If the image size does not fit the screen in accordance with the input source, set the position of the
image by selecting Horizontal / Vertical position.
Keystone function adjusts the upper and lower width of the projected image to prevent the image
shape from being a trapezoid shape. Use this function when the screen or the projector is slanted
and cannot make rectangular projection angle.
1
Press the MENU button and
move
u
the POINTER button up
exit
or
down to select the POSITION
menu.
enter
move
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button and
or [Keystone] item.
move
the POINTER button up
or
down to select
[Horizontal],
[Vertical]
u
exit
move
adjust
Γ VIDEO
ΕPOSITION
Horizontal
Vertical
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
0
Keystone
Zoom
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
3
Press the POINTER button and move the button left
adjust the screen condition as you want.
[Horizontal], [Vertical] [Keystone]
,
To exit the
35
or
right
or
press the VOLUME
to
menu
display,
are
adjusted
press the MENU button
from -50 to +50.
repeatedly.
(Φ,Γ)
button
Zoom Function
1
2
3
Press the ZOOM button.
Move the POINTER button to
to zoom the
target
move
the
rectangular zooming
area
and press the ENTER button
area.
Press the L MOUSE
R MOUSE button to
or
*
L MOUSE button makes the
*
R MOUSE button makes the
image
image
adjust
the
zoom
level.
look smaller.
look
larger.
POSITON4
Move to the
position
left,right,up,
or
5
Press the ZOOM button
you want to
see
the
down.
*
*
You
again
can use
In the
zoom
enlarged display by moving
the POINTER button
to finish the zoom function.
this function
mode, you
by using
adjust
can
the MENU button.
horizontal / vertical
position
with the POINTER
button.
36
ING
Horizontal / Vertical function
Using Flip
Flip
*
Horizontal Function
This function
onto
1
a
reverses
transparent
the left and the
screen
being
right side
of the
viewed from the
Press the MENU button and
move
projected image.
opposite side.
the POINTER button up
exit
u
move
Use this function when
projecting from
or
down to select the POSITION
or
down to select
behind
menu.
enter
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button and
move
the POINTER button up
u
exit
move
enter
Γ VIDEO
ΕPOSITION
Horizontal
Vertical
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Press Enter to
Flip
Keystone
Zoom
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
3
Press the ENTER button to
reversed
image.
Each time you press the button, the image will be reversed.
menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
To finish
37
see
[Flip Horizontal]
item.
Vertical
Flip Vertical
*
*
Function
This function reverses the upper and the lower side of the projected image.
When you hang the projector upside down from the ceiling for using, you need to
lower) of the image.
1
Press the MENU button and
move
the POINTER button up
exit
u
move
or
reverse
all the
sides(left, right,
down to select the POSITION
upper,
menu.
enter
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button and
move
u
the POINTER button up
exit
move
or
down to select
[Flip Vertical]
item.
enter
Γ VIDEO
ΕPOSITION
Horizontal
Vertical
Flip Horizontal
Flip Vertical
Press Enter to
Keystone
Flip
Zoom
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
3
Press the ENTER button to
see
reversed
POSITON-
image.
Each time you press the button, the image will be reversed.
menu display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
To finish
38
ING
Adjusting
1
Video
Press the MENU button and
move
the POINTER button up
<PC, DTV Mode>
exit
u
down to select each VIDEO
menu.
<AV, DVD Mode>
enter
move
or
u
exit
enter
move
Γ VIDEO
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button.
<AV, DVD Mode>
<PC, DTV Mode>
u
Ε
exit
move
adjust
u
VIDEO
Contrast
Ε
exit
move
Brightness
adjust
VIDEO
Contrast
80
80
Brightness
Color R
Color G
Color B
Reset
Color
Tint
Reset
Γ POSITION
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ SPECIAL
Γ AUDIO
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
3
Move the POINTER button up
or
down to select
4
Move the POINTER button left
video condition as you want.
or
right
To restore the
To finish
39
or
a
video item you want to
press the VOLUME
(Φ,Γ)
original image condition after changing it, press ENTER
display, press the MENU button repeatedly.
menu
adjust.
button to
button after
adjust the
selected
selecting (Reset)
item.
Adjusting
1
Audio
Press the MENU button and
exit
u
move
the POINTER button up
or
down to select each AUDIO
menu.
enter
move
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button.
u
exit
move
adjust
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Ε
AUDIO
Treble
Bass
Balance
3
0
Move the POINTER button up
or
down to select
an
audio item you want to
adjust.
VIDEO/AUI TRACKING
4
Move the POINTER button left
audio condition as you want.
To finish
menu
display,
or
right
or
press the VOLUME
press the MENU button
(Φ,Γ)
button to
adjust
the selected
repeatedly.
40
Using Tracking
Auto Tracking
Tracking
*
Auto
Tracking
This function
signals
Function
Function
assures
and tremor of the
ic
function
you of getting the best video quality by automatically adjusting the difference of horizontal width
This difference is caused by disaccord of the internal signal of the projector and diverse graph-
image.
of PC.
Press the AUTO TRACKING button.
1
Auto
<Before Auto
*
2
<Auto
Tracking>
Image positioning
and tremor
are
Tracking>
<After Auto
Tracking>
automatically performed.
Adjust [Clock] or [Phase] in TRACKING menu after operation of [Auto Tracking] if you want
get better picture quality in accordance with diverse PC input modes. (Refer to page 42.)
*
You
*
Perform this function while
can
video
41
adjusting
Tracking
also
quality
use
on a
by using the MENU button.(PC mode)
stopped image because you may not get
moving image of PC or DTV mode.
to
this function
on
the best
Clock
Clock / Phase Function
*
Clock Function
This function
*
adjusts
the horizontal width of the
projected image
to
get the image
to fit
on
the
screen
size.
Phase Function
This function is for the detailed
1
adjustment
Press the MENU button and
of the clock function.
move
the POINTER button up
or
down
to select the TRACKING
menu.
<PC Mode>
u
exit
enter
move
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button and
item.
move
the POINTER button up
or
down to select the
[Clock]
or
[Phase]
adjust
the
<PC Mode>
u
exit
move
adjust
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Ε
TRACKING
Auto Tracking
Clock
Phase
0
VGA Text
Γ AUDIO
3
Move the POINTER button left
condition.
To exit the
menu
display,
or
right
or
press the VOLUME
press the MENU button
(Φ,Γ)
button to
screen
repeatedly.
42
VIDEO/AUI TRACKING
Selecting
*
PC
size
screen
input signal
When PC
input mode, select the appropriate screen size in TRACKING menu as below before turning on
get the image size of PC on DOS mode to be fit on the projected screen.
In other screen size signals except 640X400 70Hz and 720X400 70Hz, the projected screen sizes are adjustthe PC to
*
ed
1
automatically.
Press the MENU button and
the POINTER button up
move
or
down
to select the TRACKING
menu.
u
exit
enter
move
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Γ TRACKING
Γ AUDIO
2
Press the ENTER button and
item.
3
Move the POINTER button left
move
or
the POINTER button up
or
down to select the
[VGA Text]
to select the screen size you want to use.
right
u
exit
move
select
Γ VIDEO
Γ POSITION
Γ SPECIAL
Ε
TRACKING
Auto Tracking
Clock
Phase
VGA Text
720X400
Γ
Γ AUDIO
a.
Selecting 720X400
: When input signals
are
720X400 70Hz
or
640X400 70Hz
,
the
projected
screen
size is
always adjusted
or
640X400 70Hz
,
the
projected
screen
size is
always adjusted
to the format of 720X400 70Hz.
b.
Selecting 640X400
: When input signals
are
720X400 70Hz
to the format of 640X400 70Hz.
To exit
43
menu
display,
press the MENU button
repeatedly.
*
The
projector displays images at a
images(1152x864mode, 1280x1024mode),
display formats supported by the projector.
Sources
VGAEGA
PC98 / VGA Text
VGA
SVGA
XGA
SXGA
UXGA
MAC 16¥
19¥
20¥
HD
*
If the
*
The
Format
resolution
the
of
projector
1024x768
pixels.
To
display higher resolution
following table lists the
compresses it to 1024x768. The
Vertical Freq.(Hz)
Horizontal
Freq. (kHz)
640X350
70.090Hz
31.468kHz
640X350
85.080Hz
37.861kHz
640X400
85.080Hz
37.861kHz
720X400
70.082Hz
31.469kHz
720X400
85.039Hz
37.927kHz
640X480
59.940Hz
31.469kHz
640X480
66.667Hz
35.00kHz
640X480
72.800Hz
37.861kHz
640X480
75.00Hz
37.500kHz
640X480
85.008Hz
43.269kHz
640X480
100.040Hz
53.011kHz
640X480
120.00Hz
64.062kHz
800X600
56.250Hz
35.156kHz
800X600
60.317Hz
37.879kHz
800X600
72.188Hz
48.077kHz
800X600
75.00Hz
46.875kHz
800X600
85.061Hz
53.674kHz
800X600
90.00Hz
56.00kHz
800X600
100.00Hz
64.016kHz
1024X768
43.479Hz
35.522kHz
1024X768
60.004Hz
48.363kHz
1024X768
70.069Hz
56.476kHz
1024X768
75.029Hz
60.023kHz
1024X768
84.997Hz
68.677kHz
1152X864
60.053Hz
54.348kHz
1152X864
70.016Hz
63.995kHz
1152X864
75.00Hz
67.500kHz
1152X864
85.057Hz
77.487kHz
1280X960
60.00Hz
60.00kHz
1280X960
75.00Hz
75.00kHz
1280X960
85.002Hz
85.938kHz
1280X1024
60.020Hz
63.981kHz
1280X1024
75.025Hz
79.976kHz
1280X1024
85.024Hz
85.00kHz
1600X1200
60.00Hz
75.00kHz
832X624
74.550Hz
49.725kHz
1024X768
60.004Hz
48.363kHz
1024X768
75.029Hz
60.023kHz
1152X870
75.062Hz
68.681kHz
1920X1080i
60.00Hz
33.750kHz
1280X720p
60.00Hz
45.00kHz
INFORMATN
projector does not support the input signal, "Out of Range" message appears on the screen.
projector supports DDC1/2B type as Plug & Play function.(Auto recognition of PC monitor)
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Maintenance
*
The
projector do
the
on
need maintenance. You should keep the lens clean because any dirt or stains may appear
You will also need to clean the air filter attached at the bottom of the projector periodically
screen.
because
to cool the
from
a clogged air filter prevents proper ventilation that is necessary
overheating. If any parts need to be replaced, contact your dealer.
jector, always unplug the projector and turn the power off first.
When
projector and prevents it
cleaning any part of the pro-
the lens
Cleaning
Cleaning
Clean the lens whenever you notice dirt
or a soft, dry lint-free cloth.
dust
or
on
the surface of it.
Wipe
the lens surface
gently
with
an
air
spray
To
dirt
remove
surface
the
Cleaning
Cleaning
stains
Projector
To clean the
dry,
or
projector
lint-free cloth. To
and then
Do not
on
the lens, moisten
a
soft cloth with water and
a
neutral
detergent
and
wipe
the lens
gently.
wipe
use
the
Case
Case
case, first
remove
unplug
the power cable. To remove dirt or dust, wipe the casing with a soft,
or stains, moisten a soft cloth with water and a neutral detergent
stubborn dirt
casing.
alcohol, benzene, thinners
or
other chemical
detergents
as
these
can cause
the
casing
to be
warped.
Cleaning
Cleaning
the Air Filter
The air filter, which is located at the bottom of the projector, should be cleaned after every 100 hours'
If it is not cleaned periodically, it can become clogged with dust and prevent the projector from being
ventilated
properly.
This may
To clean the air filter
1. Switch the
2. Stand the
cause
overheating
and
damage
of the
use.
projector.
:
projector off and unplug the power cable from
side of the projector so that the handle can be
the wall socket.
at the
top, and you
can
easily
access
the air
filter.
3. Pull the
stopper A upward and pull the stopper B downward with your fingers.
AB
4. The air filter is attached to the inside of the
cleaner
designed
If it is difficult to
5. Close the filter
6.
Plug
computers
remove
cover
dirt
after
or
or
projector. To clean the filter, you'd better use a small vacuum
equipments. If not, you may use a dry, lint-free cloth.
torn, contact your dealer or the service center to replace it
other office
the filter is
.
cleaning.
the power cable back into the wall socket.
*
45
for
Contact your dealer to
install.
get
screwes
for the
ceiling
installer and the detailed
explanation
to
Specifications.
LP-XG12
33.1mm(1.3inches)
1024(Horizontal)
x
768(Vertical)pixel
0.76~7.6m(30~300inches)
1.6~15.6m(5.03~54.08pit)
12m
2W
+
2W,
stereo
4:3(horizontal:vertical)
panel
remote control distance
speaker system
horizontal / vertical ratio
Video
compatibility
-
240V~50/60Hz
front
feet)
Power
height
breadth
439mm(including lens)
length
8.7kg
weight
Condition
temperature
Projection Lamp
lamp
In operation : 32~104°F(0°C~40°C)
storage and transit : 14~140°F(-25°C~70°C)
humidity
85% relative
~
30
distance
projecting
NTSC/PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N
Operating
operation : 30
operation :
size
screen
ratio
312mm
Not in
size
zoom
152mm(including
In
LCD
resolution
1:1.346
AC 110
In
Model
humidity by dry hygrometer
humidity by dry hygrometer
model
AJ-LA10
power
consumption
150W
90% relative
~
46
P/NO
:
3828VA0212H
a
(373-026F)
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