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Model VP-12S1 User Guide
DLPTM Projector
www.htrgroup.com
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
The lightning symbol in the triangle, is
intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation mark in the triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS ÉLECTRIQUES,
INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA
BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
JUSQU’AU FOND.
For the customers in the USA:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Keep an appropriate distance between the equipment and
the receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
NOTE:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
For the customers in Canada:
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the
Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment regulations.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT
This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict quality
and safety standards. There are, however, some installation and
operational precautions which you should be particularly aware of.
1.
Read these Instructions: All the safety and operating
instructions should be read before the appliance is operated.
2.
Keep these Instructions: The safety and operating instructions
should be kept for future reference.
3.
Heed all Warnings: All warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
4.
Follow all Instructions: All operating and use instructions should
be followed.
5.
Cleaning: Unplug this video product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning, and clean only with dry cloth.
6.
Attachments: Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
7.
Water and Moisture: Do not use this video product near water
such as, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like.
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Accessories: Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Ventilation: Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the video product
and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not
be blocked or covered. Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Do
not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat. This video product should not be placed in a
built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have
been adhered to.
Power Sources: This video product should be operated only
under the type of power source indicated on the marked label. If
you are not sure of the type of power supply for your home,
consult the appliance dealer or a local power company. For
video products intended to operate with battery power, or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
Grounding or Polarization: Do not defeat the safety purpose of
the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has
two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug
does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
AC POLARIZED PLUG
12.
Power-Cord Protection: Protect the power code from being
walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
13.
Protective Attachment Plug: The appliance is equipped with an
attachment plug having overload protection. This is a safety
feature. See Instruction Manual for replacement or resetting the
protective device. If the plug needs to be replaced, be sure that
the service technician has used a replacement plug specified by
the manufacturer that has the same overload protection as the
original plug.
14.
Lighting: Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
15.
Power Lines: An outside antenna system should not be located
in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or
power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or
circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme
care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or
circuits. Any contact with them might be fatal.
16.
Overloading: Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords
as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
17.
Object and Liquid Entry: Never push objects of any kind into this
video product through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the video product.
18.
Servicing: Do not attempt to service this video product yourself
as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to a qualified
service personnel.
19.
Damage Requiring Service: Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus has been exposed to rain
or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
20.
Replacement Parts: When replacement parts are required, be
sure that the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics
as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in
fire, electric shock or other hazards.
21.
Safety Check: Upon the completion of any service or repairs to
this video product, ask a service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the video product is in proper
operating condition.
22.
Carts and Stands: The appliance should be used only with a
cart or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer.
23.
An appliance and cart combination should be handled with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause
the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
24.
When the projector is mounted on the ceiling, the Ceiling Mount
Kit approved by MARANTZ must be used for installation.
25.
Do not look into the lens when the projector is turned on. It
could damage your eyesight.
26.
Unplug the projector from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for
a few days.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
SET UP PROCEDURES
OPERATIONS
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
FEATURES ................................................................................................................... 1
PROJECTOR LAYOUT AND FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW ........................................... 2
Front and Top .................................................................................................... 2
Right Side and Rear .......................................................................................... 3
Bottom ............................................................................................................... 5
Height Adjustment ............................................................................................. 5
Remote Controller .............................................................................................. 6
Preparing the Remote Controller ....................................................................... 7
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................ 8
Recommended Setting ...................................................................................... 8
Distance between the projector and the screen (throw distance) ...................... 9
Image Position Adjustment .............................................................................. 10
Advanced Setting ............................................................................................. 11
The Screen Image in a Wide screen (16:9) ..................................................... 12
The Screen Image in a 4:3 screen ................................................................... 13
CONNECTION ............................................................................................................. 14
Connections with Video equipment ................................................................. 14
Connection with a HD-Video or PC ................................................................. 14
Connection with a DV camcoder ..................................................................... 15
Advanced connection ...................................................................................... 15
INITIAL SET UP .......................................................................................................... 16
TO TURN OFF THE POWER ...................................................................................... 16
OPERATIONS ............................................................................................................. 17
Menu ................................................................................................................ 17
Picture Adjust ................................................................................................... 17
Setting .............................................................................................................. 17
Display ............................................................................................................. 18
Configuration ................................................................................................... 18
Trigger2 ........................................................................................................... 19
Memory ............................................................................................................ 19
Lamp Life and Replacement Lamp .................................................................. 20
MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................... 21
Replacing Lamp Unit ....................................................................................... 21
Cleaning the lens ............................................................................................. 21
Replacement parts ........................................................................................... 21
Optional accessories ....................................................................................... 21
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................ 22
ERROR MODE ............................................................................................................ 22
ON SCREEN MESSAGE ............................................................................................ 23
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................... 23
DIMENSIONS .............................................................................................................. 25
FEATURES
7 Optics
7 Electronics & Software
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Texas Instruments Digital Light Processing Technology
High Definition Panel (1280 x 720), DMDTM HD
16 : 9 Aspect Ratio
Newly developed custom optics by Minolta
1200 : 1 Contrast Ratio
700 ANSI Lumens Brightness
Brightness Uniformity : 90 %
No Halo Effect
Lens Up/Down Shift construction
Short Throw Distance: 80"-8.6ft (2.6m), 100"-10.9ft (3.3m)
Dust Free optics Sealing
No Light Leakage (Double Seals Cabinet Structure)
Extremely Quite (Noise Cancel Duct Construction, Ceiling
Color Wheel Motor)
• Long Life Lamp (Average 2000 Hours)
• Double Shrink Seal Lamp Structure minimizes Burst Ratio
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Full Digital device
3 Faroudja Chips Inside (Decoder, Doubler, and Enhancer)
3-2 pull down
10-Bit Digital Gamma Processing
Horizontal Keystone Correction
480p, 720p,1080i adapted
IEEE 1394 DV Format adapted for Digital Video Camera
Playback
PC Signal VGA to XGA
Three Picture Modes: Theater, Standard, Dynamic
Nine Picture memories
4 Aspect Modes
Three Color Temperatures
Black Level Selection
Control through RS232C
Two trigger for powered Screen Control
Ecology Lamp mode
– DLP, Digital Micromirror Device and DMD are trademarks
of Texas Instruments.
– “DCDi” is a trademark of Faroudja, a division of Sage Inc.
– “i.LINK” and the “i.LINK” Logo are trademarks.
– Even if no trademarks are indicated, they are greatly
valued.
Note: Pixel defects
DMDTM (Digital Micromirror DeviceTM) is one of the most
advanced technologies for consumer products. The
DMDTM made by high precision technology, however some
pixel defects may be found on the projected image. We
are trying our best to control the quality in order to reduce
the number of defective pixels. It is almost impossible to
have zero pixel defects, even using the most advanced
technology. This is not a problem only for Marantz, but all
DLPTM projector manufactures. Therefore we have to note
that the warranty does not cover the DMD TM for pixel
defects. We appreciate your understandings.
Note: Lamp
SHP lamp is one of the most advanced technologies for
consumer products. The lamp made by high precision
technology, however some lamps might be failing before it
reaches its life. And projector’s brightness is getting
darker along with accumulated lamp usage hours. We are
trying our best to control the quality in order to reduce
lamp failures. It is almost impossible to have zero failure,
even using the most advanced technology. This is not a
problem only for Marantz, but all projector manufactures.
Therefore we have to note that the warranty does not
cover the SHP lamp for lamp failures: explosion, and nonlighting except initial use. And also we have to note that
the warranty does not cover the SHP lamp for lamp
failures: flickering, and getting darker along with
accumulated lamp usage hours. We appreciate your
understandings.
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INTRODUCTION
Front and Top
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PROJECTOR LAYOUT AND FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW
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o POWER ON indicator
w Projection Lens
Lights up when the power is turned on. Flashes while the
projector goes into standby mode for about one minute.
e Ventilation holes
!0 STANDBY indicator
Notes:
• Do not place anything near the ventilation holes to avoid
overheat inside the unit.
• Do not place your hand or objects near the ventilation
holes; the air is coming out.
Lights up when the power is turned off.
r Adjustable feet
Control the MENU cursor.
Adjust the vertical angle of the projector.
!3 ENTER key
!1 MENU key
Display the on-screen menu.
!2 The 3 / 4 / 1 / 2 keys
Confirm "Reset All", "Reset Lamp Life", "New Lamp?".
t Focus ring
Adjust the picture focus.
!4 INPUT SELECT key
y Zoom ring
When the key is pressed, the unit toggles between
COMPONENT, S-VIDEO, VIDEO, and RGB inputs.
Adjust the size of the projected image.
!5 FOCUS key
u Lens Shift knob
Display a focus pattern.
Manually adjust the position of the image vertically.
!6 WARNING/LAMP indicator
i POWER key
Flashes or lights up when something is wrong with the lamp
cover, lamp, fan, or temperature inside the projector.
Press to turn the projector ON or STANDBY mode.
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Right Side and Rear
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m AUX AUDIO OUT (DIGITAL)
Y, PB/CB, PR/CR connectors.
Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO output from video
equipment or an A/V processor/receiver with a component
video output.
Connect the COAXIAL input from an audio equipment.
Audio out terminal of DV-IN signal.
, REMOTE CONTROL IN/OUT
b AUX DV IN
By connecting this projector to another Marantz audio
component using a supplied System Control cable, you can
remotely operate the components as a single system.
• When connecting to component with a remote sensor
(such as the SR-14,SR-18,SR-19), be sure to connect the
"REMOTE CONTROL IN" jack of this projector to the
"REMOTE CONTROL OUT" jack of the component with
the remote sensor.
• When connecting to component which is not equipped
with a remote sensor, be sure to connect the component
to the "REMOTE CONTROL OUT" jack of this projector.
Connect the i.LINK(DV-SD format) output from a video
equipment.
. REMOTE switch (EXTERNAL/INTERNAL)
x S-VIDEO IN
Connect the S-VIDEO output from a video equipment.
c VIDEO IN
Connect the composite video output from a video equipment.
v RGB IN
Connect the analog RGB output from a computer equipment.
When using this projector independently, set this switch to
"INTERNAL". When using this projector in a system with a
Marantz DVD player or AV Receiver equipped with a remote
sensor, set the switch to "EXTERNAL".
n AUX OPTICAL
Connect the optical input from an audio equipment.
Audio out terminal of DV-IN signal.
⁄0 TRIG.1(TRIGGER 1)
When the unit is turned on, 12V is output. When the unit is
turned off, no voltage is output. This allows such as a powered
up/down screen,whenever the projector is turned on or off.
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⁄1 TRIG.2(TRIGGER 2)
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Select ON or OFF at each aspect mode, such as Full,
Normal, Zoom, and Through to control screen aspect ratio
with powered up/down dual aspect ratio screen.
Note:
Do not use TRIG.1 and TRIG.2, as the power source.
⁄2 LIGHT ON/OFF
Select ON : The connector panel lights up.
⁄3 RS232C
Connect the RS232C of equipment for external control.
⁄4 AC IN
Connect the supplied AC power code.
⁄5 Lamp cover
⁄6 Lamp cover securing screw
⁄7 Ventilation holes
Notes:
• Do not place anything near the ventilation holes to avoid
overheat inside the unit.
• Do not place your hand or objects near the ventilation
holes; the air is coming out.
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Bottom
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q Adjustment lever
w Ventilation holes
Notes:
• Do not place anything near the ventilation holes to avoid
overheat inside the unit.
• Do not place your hand or objects near the ventilation
holes; the air is coming out.
Lift the projector and turn the adjustment lever right or left.
The adjustable feet will extend from the projector. Then,
release the lever, the adjustable feet is locked.
Height Adjustment
How to use adjustable feet and adjustment lever.
(1) Release the adjustable feet.
(2) Detail adjustment
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DOWN
Note : Lift the unit up carefully.
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l RGB key
Remote Controller
Select the RGB IN signal.
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¡0 THEATER key
Select the Theater picture mode.
When the key is pressed, the mode toggles Theater1,
Theater2, Theater3 and Theater Default.
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¡1 STANDARD key
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Select the STANDARD picture mode.
When the key is pressed, the mode toggles Standard1,
Standard 2, Standard 3, and Standard Default.
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¡2 DYNAMIC key
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Select the Dynamic picture mode.
When the key is pressed, the mode toggles Dynamic1,
Dynamic2, Dynamic3 and Dynamic Default.
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Note :
If you need discrete command for above picture modes, you
can down load from "www.marantz.com".
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¡3 INFO key
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¡4 CINEMA key
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Press to turn the CINEMA mode – auto 3-2 pull down mode
– on or off.
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¡5 NORMAL key
Turn the information menu on or off.
Select NORMAL mode from four aspect ratio modes.
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¡6 FULL key
Select FULL mode from four aspect ratio modes.
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¡7 ZOOM key
Select ZOOM mode from four aspect ratio modes.
¡8 THROUGH key
Select THROUGH mode from four aspect ratio modes.
¡9 AUX key
a POWER ON key
Select the AUX IN (DV IN) signal.
Turn the projector on.
™0 FOCUS key
s STANDBY key
Display a focus pattern.
Turn the projector off.
™1 V-MUTE key
d 3 / 4 / 1 / 2 keys
Cuts off the picture.
Control the MENU cursor.
f ENTER key
Confirm "Reset All", "Reset Lamp Life", "New Lamp?".
g MENU key
Display the on-screen menu.
h COMPONENT key
Select the COMPONENT VIDEO IN signal.
j S-VIDEO key
Select the S-VIDEO IN signal.
k VIDEO key
Select the VIDEO IN signal.
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1. Open the cover.
CAUTION
– The available battery types are limited: manganese dry
cell and alkaline dry cell.
– Do not mix different battery types.
– Do not mix old and new batteries.
– Only batteries of the same type are to be used.
– Remove exhausted batteries from the Remote
Controller.
– Do not attempt to recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
– Do not use rechargeable batteries.
– Batteries are to be inserted with the correct polarity.
– The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.
– Never throw batteries in a fire or attempt to open up its
outer casing.
– If the user does not intend to use the Remote Controller
for a long time, remove the batteries.
– Keep away from heat.
– The effect range of the Remote Controller is approximately
6m.
– Do not be subjected to strong shock.
– Do not be subjected to moisture.
If the unit gets moistured, wipe it off immediately.
– The Remote Controller operation may not function if the
projector’s IR sensors are exposed to direct sun light or
strong artificial light, or if there is an obstacle between
the IR sensors and the Remote Controller.
2. Insert batteries (AA).
Make sure to match the + and – marks on the batteries
with inside the battery compartment.
3. Close the cover.
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Preparing the Remote Controller
Recommended Setting
7 Table Top
Side view
Adjust the vertical and
horizontal positions of the
projector.
Horizontal center of the screen
Flat view
7 Ceiling Installation
Ceiling
VP-12S1
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INSTALLATION
Throw distance
Note : Lens shift position is at Full up.
CAUTION
– For ceiling installation, consult with Marantz authorized dealer.
– Do not look into the lens when the projector is turned on.
It could damage your eyesight.
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Distance between the projector and the screen (throw distance)
Screen
Screen size
(Diagonal)
VP-12S1
Throw distance
Screen Size
(Diagonal)
16:9 screen
4:3 screen
Throw distance
Throw distance
Minimum
40 inch
60 inch
80 inch
50
7/16
120 inch
150 inch
200 inch
250 inch
58
11/16
inch
Minimum
46
1/4
Maximum
inch
53 3/4 inch
1,281 mm
1,491 mm
1,172 mm
1,365 mm
76 9/16 inch
89 inch
70 1/8 inch
81 9/16 inch
1,945 mm
2,260 mm
1,782 mm
2,071 mm
102 3/4 inch
119 1/4 inch
94 3/16 inch
109 5/16 inch
2,609 mm
3,029 mm
2,392 mm
2,777 mm
7/8
9/16
3/16
137 1/8 inch
128
100 inch
inch
Maximum
inch
149
inch
118
inch
3,273 mm
3,798 mm
3,001 mm
3,483 mm
155 inch
13/16
3/16
164 15/16 inch
179
inch
142
inch
3,938 mm
4,568 mm
3,611 mm
4,190 mm
194 1/4 inch
225 1/4 inch
178 3/16 inch
206 5/8 inch
4,934 mm
5,721 mm
4,526 mm
5,249 mm
259 5/8 inch
300 15/16 inch
238 3/16 inch
276 3/16 inch
6,594 mm
7,644 mm
6,050 mm
7,014 mm
325 inch
11/16
1/4
345 11/16 inch
8,255 mm
15/16
376
inch
9,567 mm
17/8
298
inch
7,575 mm
13/16
8,780 mm
17/8
Minimum =
x Screen size –
Maximum = 11/2 x Screen size – 17/8
Unit : inch
Minimum =
x Screen size –
Maximum = 13/8 x Screen size – 17/8
Unit : inch
Minimum = 33.21 x Screen size – 47.6
Maximum = 38.46 x Screen size – 47.6
Unit : mm
Minimum = 30.49 x Screen size – 47.6
Maximum = 35.31 x Screen size – 47.6
Unit : mm
Note : Tolerance ±5 %
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Image Position Adjustment
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You can adjust the image position with the Lens Shift knob.
7 Turn the Lens Shift knob to clockwise :
The image goes up.
• Maximum range to throw up :
Bottom of the image correspond to the center of the
Projection Lens.
Clockwise
Up
7 Turn the Lens Shift knob to counterclockwise :
The image goes down.
• Maximum range to throw down :
Top of the image correspond to the center of the
Projection Lens.
Counterclockwise
Down
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Advanced Setting
When the projecting image is a trapezoid, correct it in
Keystone-V and/or Keystone-H in the Display Menu.
Picture Adjust
Keystone V
50
Setting
Keystone H
50
Display
Auto Adjust
Config
Picture Shift V
50
Trigger 2
Size V
50
Memory
Picture Shift H
50
Size H
50
Phase
50
7 Keystone-V(Electronic vertical keystone correction)
7 Keystone-H(Electronic horizontal keystone correction)
Note : Electronic horizontal keystone correction works
properly when the lens shift position is at Full Up.
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The Screen Images in a Wide screen (16:9)
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• Press the ZOOM key, the NORMAL key or the FULL key on the remote controller for the 4:3 aspect ratio video source.
• Press the FULL key on the remote controller for 16:9 aspect ratio video source, such as 1080i, 1035i, and 720p video systems.
• Press the FULL key on the remote controller for the squeezed video source.
7 Original Source Image
4 : 3 video source
16 : 9 video source
7 Full mode
The 16:9 squeezed image is displayed with the correct
aspect.
The 4:3 image is enlarged horizontally.
7 Normal mode
The picture with normal ratio 4:3 is displayed.
7 Zoom mode
The picture with normal ratio 4:3 is enlarged vertically
and horizontally (with same ratio) to the screen size
7 Through mode
Displays the image with the same resolution as the input video source except 1035i, 1080i, and XGA.
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• Press the ZOOM key, the NORMAL key or the FULL key on the remote controller for the 4:3 aspect ratio video source.
• Press the FULL key on the remote controller for 16:9 aspect ratio video source, such as 1080i, 1035i, and 720p video systems.
• Press the FULL key on the remote controller for the squeezed video source.
7 Original Source Image
4 : 3 video source
16 : 9 video source
7 Full mode
The 16:9 squeezed image is displayed with the correct
aspect.
The 4:3 image is enlarged horizontally.
7 Normal mode
The picture with normal ratio 4:3 is displayed.
7 Zoom mode
The picture with normal ratio 4:3 is enlarged vertically
and horizontally (with same ratio) to the screen size
7 Through mode
Displays the image with the same resolution as the input video source except 1035i, 1080i, and XGA.
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The Screen Images in a 4:3 screen
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CONNECTION
When making connections be sure to:
• Turn off all equipment before making any connections.
• Use the proper cables for each connection.
• Insert the plug properly. Any plugs that are not fully inserted often generate a noise.
When pulling out a cable:
• Be sure to grab the plug, not the cable itself.
Connections with Video equipments
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
DVD
S-VIDEO OUT
VIDEO OUT
VCR
Connection with a HD-Video or PC
RGB OUT
HD Set Top Box
/ BS Tuner
RGB OUT
Computer
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Connection with a DV camcoder
DV-SD OUT
DV camcoder
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
Receiver equipment with
a Dolby Digital decoder
Note: DV IN connector is available for DV-SD format of i.LINK(IEEE1394).
Advanced connection
RS-232C
External Controller
Screen
35mm Mini Plug (Mono)
Ferrite core
REMOTE CONTROL IN
REMOTE CONTROL OUT
Control Adapter cable
Receiver equipment with
a Dolby Digital decoder
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INITIAL SET UP
1. Connect the supplied AC power cord.
The STANDBY indicator lights up and the projector
goes into the standby mode.
2. Press the POWER ON key on the remote controller or
the POWER key on the projector.
The POWER indicator lights up.
3. Press the FOCUS key on the remote controller to
display the FOCUS pattern and turn the Focus ring to
make an adjustment. Adjust the focus for the sharpest
image possible to obtain, using focus pattern.
Press the FOCUS key again to clear off the pattern.
4. Turn the Zoom ring to adjust the size of the image.
5. Switch on the equipment connected to the projector.
Press the INPUT SELECT key on the projector or the
COMPONENT key, S-VIDEO key, VIDEO key, or RGB
key on the remote controller.
TO TURN OFF THE POWER
1. Press the STANDBY key on the remote controller or the
POWER key on the projector.
2. The fan continues to run for a while to reduce internal
heat. The POWER ON indicator flashes in blue and no
key will be active minute. After about one minute
cooling has been provided, the unit turned off and the
STANDBY indicator lights up.
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OPERATIONS
– Color Temp.
H: Make white more blue.
M: Make white less blue. This setting is approximately
6500 degrees in Kelvin.
L: Make white more reddish.
Menu
Refer to the on-screen menu for making various adjustments
and settings.
1. Press the MENU key.
C o l o r Te m p .
The MENU appears.
Picture Adjust
Contrast
50
Setting
Brightness
50
Display
Color
50
Config
sharpness
8
Trigger 2
Tint
0
Memory
Noise Reduction
8
Color Temp.
The following settings can be made:
Picture Adjust
Aspect
Full
Setting
High Bright
Off
Display
Cinema
Auto
Config
Black Setup
0 IRE
Trigger 2
Lamp Mode
High
Memory
Component
Auto
Video System
Auto
RGB System
Auto
Configuration, Trigger2, or Memory.
7 Aspect (Full, Normal, Zoom, Through)
7 High Bright (On, Off)
High Bright ON: Display brightest image.
7 Cinema (Auto, Off)
Cinema mode: The 3-2 pull down for NTSC and the 2-2
pull down for PAL
7 Black Setup (0IRE, 7.5IRE)
Black level adjustment, for adjusting black level by a
video source.
NOTE: Not able to adjust Black Setup in IEEE1394
signal: AUX in signal.
7 Lamp mode (High/Low)
7 Component(Auto, NTSC, PAL, 480p, 540p, 576p,
720p, 1035i, 1080i)
7 Video System(Auto, NTSC, PAL, SECAM)
7 RGB System(Auto, NTSC, PAL, 480p, 540p, 576p,
720p, 1035i, 1080i, VGA)
Picture Adjust
Adjust the picture to suit own preference by using the Picture
Adjust feature.
7 For a video signal input, the following adjustments
can be made:
ITEM
Adjustments
Color
Sharpness
Tint
Noise Reduction
0
99
Weak
Strong
0
99
Dark
Bright
0
99
Light
Deep
0
15
Soft
Sharp
R50
G50
Purple
Green
0
15
Weak
Color Temp. (Color Temperature)
L
Red
NTSC(NTSC-3.58)
: Conventional analog broadcasting used
mainly in USA, Canada, Taiwan, Korea, and
Japan.
PAL(PAL-4.43)
: Conventional analog broadcasting used
mainly in United Kingdom and Germany.
SECAM
: Conventional analog broadcasting used
mainly in France and Russia.
Strong
M
H
Blue
480p
540p
NOTE: The user cannot adjust Tint in Component signal
(YCBCR/YPBPR).
576p
720p, 1080i
1035i
– Contrast
Use 1 / 2 key to adjust.
Contrast
High
Middle
3. Make adjustments in Picture Adjust, Setting, Display,
Brightness
Middle
Setting
2. Use 3 / 4 / 1 / 2 keys to select a menu item.
Contrast
Low
50
Use 3 / 4 key to go back to the MENU.
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: Standard digital broadcasting
: Special digital broadcasting
(for example: RCA DTC100)
: Standard digital broadcasting
: High Definition digital broadcasting
: Japanese "Hi-Vision" broadcasting
ENGLISH
OPERATIONS
Display
Configuration
ENGLISH
7 The following adjustments can be made:
The following adjustments can be made:
7 OSD Position (16:9 / 4:3 / Through )
7 Language (English/ German/ French/ Spanish/
Portuguese/ Italian)
7 Ceiling (On/Off)
ON: The picture is reversed horizontally and vertically.
7 Rear (On/Off)
ON: The picture is reversed horizontally.
7 Reset Lamp Life (Yes/No)
7 Reset All (Yes/No)
ITEM
Keystone-V (Electronic vertical
keystone correction)
Keystone-H (Electronic horizontal
keystone correction)
Auto Adjust
Picture Shift V
Size V
Picture Shift H
Size H
Phase
Yes / No
Down
Small
Left
Small
Backward
Up
Large
Right
Large
Forward
Picture Adjust
OSD Position
4:3
Setting
Language
English
Display
Ceiling
Off
Config
Rear
Off
Picture Adjust
Keystone V
50
Trigger 2
Reset Lamp Life
Setting
Keystone H
50
Memory
Reset All
Display
Auto Adjust
Config
Picture Shift V
50
Trigger 2
Size V
50
Memory
Picture Shift H
50
Size H
50
Phase
50
– OSD Position (16:9 / 4:3 / Through)
Select OSD position from 16:9, 4:3, or Through.
– Keystone H, V
Adjust the trapezoid image to a rectangle image.
Picture Adjust
Contrast
50
Setting
Brightness
50
Display
Color
50
Config
sharpness
8
Trigger 2
Tint
0
Memory
Noise Reduction 8
Color Temp.
Middle
– Auto Adjust
Yes : For RGB IN signal, Picture Shift V and H, Size V
and H, and Phase are adjusted automatically.
No : If something wrong with AUTO Adjust, select No,
and adjust Size V, Size H, Picture Shift H, Picture
Shift V, and/or Phase.
16 : 9 OSD position
– Picture Shift V, H
Adjust the position of the picture. H adjusts the horizontal
position of the picture. V adjusts the vertical position of the
picture.
Picture Adjust
Contrast
50
Setting
Brightness
50
Display
Color
50
Config
sharpness
8
Trigger 2
Tint
0
Memory
Noise Reduction 8
Color Temp.
Middle
– Size V, H
Adjust the vertical and horizontal size of the picture.
– Phase
Adjust the phase of the DMDTM dots and the computer signal
input from the RGB IN. Adjust the picture to where it looks
clearest.
4 : 3 OSD position
Picture Adjust
Contrast
50
Setting
Brightness
50
Display
Color
50
Config
sharpness
8
Trigger 2
Tint
0
Memory
Noise Reduction 8
Color Temp.
Middle
Through OSD position
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OPERATIONS
– Reset Lamp Life
When replace the lamp unit, before the Lamp Life becomes
"0" hours need to reset lamp life.
When the user selects “Yes”, the following message appears:
Recall the stored memory for preference. The unit has three
picture modes: THEATER, STANDARD, and DYNAMIC.
Each picture mode has three picture memories.
Reset Lamp Life ?
Picture Adjust
Yes
Setting
No
Mode
Standard
1
Display
Config
Trigger 2
Again, select “Yes”, and press the ENTER key. Then the
lamp life is initialized.
Memory
– Reset All
All settings goes to the factory default settings except the
lamp life.
When the user selects “Yes”, the following message appears:
– Store memory
Select Memory mode from THEATER, STANDARD, or
DYNAMIC using the Remote Controller or in the above menu.
Display Picture Adjust menu. Adjust any items, and these
figures are automatically stored.
Reset All ?
Yes
No
Again, select “Yes”, and press the ENTER key.
Trigger2
Select 12V DC or 0V from on and off at each aspect mode.
Full, Normal, Zoom, and Through.
On: Output DC 12V.
Off: No output.
Picture Adjust
Full
Off
Setting
Normal
Off
Display
Through
Off
Config
Zoom
Off
Trigger 2
Memory
This allows such as a powered dual aspect screen according
to the aspect mode.
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ENGLISH
Memory
3 When the lamp life has expired (Lamp Life 0 HOURS),
the unit will be immediately turned off, and the WARNING
indicator will light up in red.
Lamp Life and Replace Lamp
ENGLISH
Lamp Life
Display the remaining lamp life by pressing the INFO key on
the remote controller.
Video Input
COMPONENT
Memory
Standard 1
Cinema Mode
Auto
Noise Reduction
6
Aspect
Normal
Trigger
On
Lamp Life
1000 Hours
Total Hours
0 Hour
Warning
Lamp Life 0 Hours
Replacing the lamp unit with new one, then use the following
procedure to reset (initialize) the lamp life.
Refer to "Replacing Lamp Unit".
1. Unplug the power cord.
2. Wait about one minute and reconnect the power cord.
Notes:
• When the Lamp Life becomes less than 100 hours , it is
recommended to replace the lamp unit. A lamp may be
worn out when the Lamp Life becomes less than 100
hours .
• The projector is designed not to turn on after the lamp use
has exceeded 2000 hours. (Lamp Life 0 HOUR)
If the projector is in use, it will turn off.
3. Press the POWER key. The following message appears
for 120 seconds.
New Lamp ?
Yes
3 When the lamp life becomes less than 100 hours and the
unit is still on, the remaining lamp life is displayed on the
screen automatically.
No
4. Select “Yes”, using the 1 / 2 keys.
5. Press the ENTER key. The lamp life indicator is now
initialized.
Warning
Lamp Life 100 Hours
3 When the lamp life becomes less than 5 hours, the
remaining lamp life is displayed on the screen .
Warning
Lamp Life 5 Hours
To clear above, press the MENU key.
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MAINTENANCE
5. Loosen the lamp cover securing screw.
Replacing Lamp Unit
6. Remove the lamp cover.
CAUTION:
• Do not touch the lamp and the lamp unit immediately. It
will be extremely hot. Allow at least one hour for the lamp
to cool down before handling.
• Do not loosen any screws except for those mentioned
below.
• The lamp may break if handled improperly.
• Do not use other than a Marantz replacement lamp unit.
7. Loosen the two lamp housing screws.
(This projector has a safety switch.)
8. Hold the handle then pull the lamp unit to remove.
9. Install the new lamp unit.
10. Secure the lamp unit with the two screws.
11. Close the lamp cover and secure it with a screw driver.
7 How to replace the Lamp Unit
WARNING:
• The lamp itself may get hot. Be careful when handling.
Cleaning the lens
1. Press the POWER key to turn the projector off.
If the lens becomes dirty or smudged, clean it with a soft dry
cloth. Use optical lens cleaners only which are approved for
eyeglasses or cameras. Do not use a dampen cloth, detergent
solution, or thinner. It may damage the lens and remain as
stains.
2. Unplug the AC power cord.
3. Wait at least one hour for the lamp and lamp unit to cool
down.
4. Read the caution and warning labels on the unit.
Replacement parts
Lamp cover
CAUTION : HIGH PRESSURE LAMP CAUTION HOT : UNPLUG
MAY EXPLODED IF IMPROPERLY HANDLED. THE POWER CORD AND WAIT
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE 60 MINUTES BEFORE CHARGING
PERSONNEL.
THE LAMP.
ATTENTION :
LA LAMPE SOUS
HAUTE PRESSION PEUT SI ELLE, N'EST
PAS MANIPULEE CORRECTEMENT,
CONFIER L'OPERATION A UN
PERSONNEL D'ENTRETIEN QUALIFIE.
ATTENTION CHAUD :
When replacement parts are required, be sure to inform a
Marantz authorized service center. Use only replacement
parts specified by Marantz. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
And, the warranty may not be guaranteed.
MODEL NO. VP-12S1 / U1S
AC 120V
60HZ
2.0A
SERIAL NO.
DEBRANCER LE CORD ON
D'ALOMENTION ET ATENDER
60 MINUTES AVANT DE
CHANGER LAMPE.
Optional accessories
CAUTION : HIGH PRESSURE LAMP
CAUTION HOT : UNPLUG
MAY EXPLODED IF IMPROPERLY HANDLED. THE POWER CORD AND WAIT
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE 60 MINUTES BEFORE CHARGING
PERSONNEL.
THE LAMP.
ATTENTION :
LA LAMPE SOUS
HAUTE PRESSION PEUT SI ELLE, N'EST
PAS MANIPULEE CORRECTEMENT,
CONFIER L'OPERATION A UN
PERSONNEL D'ENTRETIEN QUALIFIE.
ATTENTION CHAUD :
MODEL7NO.
VP-12S1
/ N1S : LU-12VPS1
Lamp
Unit
AC 120V
60HZ
2.0W
7 Ceiling Mount KIT
: RM-12VPS1
SERIAL NO.
DEBRANCER LE CORD ON
D'ALOMENTION ET ATENDER
60 MINUTES AVANT DE
CHANGER LAMPE.
7 Lens
: LN-12VPS1
MADE IN JAPAN
CAUTION:
FABRIQUE AU JAPON
• For ceiling installation, consult with the Marantz Authorized
dealer.
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ENGLISH
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ENGLISH
TROUBLESHOOTING
In case of troubles, check the following before calling for
service:
If the unit does not operate properly, check the items shown
in the following table.
If any trouble cannot be solved by the recommendation
below, malfunction of the internal circuitry is suspected;
immediately unplug the AC power cord and contact Marantz
dealer or service center.
1. Are the connections made properly ?
2. Are you operating the unit properly, following the
instructions ?
Symptom
Possible Cause
No power
Image is not displayed.
Poor color.
Picture is too dark.
Picture is not clear.
Picture rolls.
The Remote Controller
does not work.
Remedy
AC power cord is not connected correctly.
Connect the AC power cord properly.
Lamp cover is not closed correctly.
Close the cover properly.
A signal cable is not connected correctly.
Connect a signal cable properly.
Selected input is incorrect.
Select the correct input source .
The picture mute is active.
Press the MUTE key to release the mute.
Picture is not adjusted properly.
Adjust the picture in the MENU mode.
Lamp life is running short.
Replace the lamp.
Contrast or brightness is not adjusted properly.
Adjust contrast or brightness properly.
Picture is out of focus.
Adjust the focus.
Condensation occurs on the lens.
Run the projector for about two hours.
A signal cable is not properly connected.
Connect a signal cable properly.
Batteries are exhausted.
Replace batteries.
The distance to the unit is too far.
Reduce the distance between the unit and
the remote control.
IR sensor on unit is obstructed.
Remove any obstacles.
The “EXTERNAL” position on the connector
panel is selected.
Select the “INTERNAL” position.
Notes:
• If the lamp still does not function after the replacement and initialization of the lamp life, contact Marantz authorized dealer, or
service center.
ERROR MODE
WARNING/LAMP indicator, POWER ON indicator, and STANDBY indicator diagnose error mode of the projector as follows.
Indicators
Error mode
WARNING
/LAMP
POWER ON
STANDBY
Lamp cover
ON
OFF
Flashing
Lamp
ON
OFF
OFF
Lamp
temperature
Flashing
ON
Flashing
Power supply
Flashing
ON
OFF
Fan
Flashing
OFF
ON
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Possible Cause
Recommendation
The lamp cover is not
closed properly firmly
Close the cover correctly.
The lamp has failed, or Replace the lamp and
the lamp is completely
reset lamp life.
worn out.
Temperature around
the lamp unit becomes
unusually high.
Check to see that nothing
Temperature around
is blocking the ventilation
the power supply
holes, and leave off the
becomes unusually
unit for about an hour.
high.
The fan inside the
projector has stopped.
ON SCREEN MESSAGE
Use the list below to check the message displayed on the screen.
Message
Meaning
Remedy
NO SIGNAL
No input signal.
Properly connect the cables.
REPLACE LAMP!
The lamp has reached the end of its life.
Replace the lamp and reset lamp life.
Improper signal feed to the projector.
Adjust resolution, V(Hz) : refresh rate of the
equipment, referring to the Timing Chart.
OUT OF RANGE
SPECIFICATIONS
7 Optical characteristics
Panel
0.85inch 16:9
1,280 x 720 pixels
Digital Micromirror DeviceTM
Lamp
Super High Pressure 150W
Lens
f: 26.5 to 30.7 / F: 3.0
Projection size
40 to 250 inches
Light output
700 ANSI LUMEN typical
7 INPUT/OUTPUT
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
COMPONENT IN
RGB/HD IN
REMOTE
CONTROLLER IN
REMOTE
CONTROLLER OUT
AC IN
TRIG.1 OUT,
TRIG.2 OUT
RS232C
AUX. IN
COAXIAL Digital
AUDIO OUTPUT
OPTICAL Digital
AUDIO OUT
7 GENERAL
Power requirement
Power consumption
Standby consumption
Chassis isolation
Safety
RCA x 1
NTSC-3.58/PAL-4.43/SECAM
Composite video 1.0Vp-p/75 Ohm
S-Connector x 1
NTSC-3.58/PAL-4.43/SECAM
S-Video
RCA x 3
Y, CB/PB, CR/PR
D-sub M 15 pin x 1
Analog RGB
HD:1080i, 720p, 480p
EMC
Mini jack type x 1
Mini jack type x 1
3 Prong Grounding Type
Mini Jack x 2
Output: DC12V or 0V
RS232C receptacle plug x 1
IEEE1394 AV receptacle plug x 1
COAXIAL audio data output x 1
OPTICAL audio data output x 1
Specifications may be subjected to change without any prior notice.
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AC 100-120V / 220-240V, 50/60 Hz
<250 W
<3.3 W
Class-1
UL6500
CSA E60065
EN60950
J60065
IEC60950
FCC Part-15 Class-B
EN55022 Class-B
EN55024
EN61000-3-2,3
Dimensions
Net weight
Operating Temperature
Operating humidity
Storage Temperature
Storage humidity
235(W) x 322(D) x 96(H)mm
12 kg
5 to 35 °C
30 to 85%
–20 to 60 °C
30 to 85%
Accessories
• Lens cap x 1
• Remote controller x 1
• Batteries x 2
• AC power code (only for 125V) x 1
• User Guide x 1
• Control Adapter cable
(Mini jack to RCA) x 1
• Ferrite cores x 2
ENGLISH
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
7 Timing chart
ENGLISH
System
NTSC
PAL-B/G
SECAM
480/60p
576/50p
1035/60i
1080/60i
1080/50i
1080/48i
720/60p
720/50p
720/48p
540/60p
640x350#1
640x350#1
640x400#1
640x400#1
640x480
640x480#1
640x480#1
640x480#1
800x600
800x600
800x600#1
800x600#1
800x600#1
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768#1
1024x768#1
1024x768#1
Resolution
768x240
960x287.5
960x287.5
720x480
720x576
1920x518
1920x540
1920x540
1920x540
1280x720
1280x720
1280x720
1920x540
640x350
640x350
640x400
640x400
640x480
640x480
640x480
640x480
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
V (Hz)
59.94 / 60
50
50
59.94 / 60
50
59.94 / 60
59.94 / 60
50
48
59.94 / 60
50
48
59.94 / 60
70
85
70
85
60
72
75
85
56
60
72
75
85
43
60
70
75
85
Note: The systems marked #1 are not displayed properly.
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H (KHz)
15.73
15.63
15.63
31.5
31.3
33.8
33.8
28.1
27.0
45.0
37.5
36.0
33.8
31.5
37.9
31.5
53.7
31.5
37.9
37.5
43.3
35.2
37.9
48.1
46.9
53.7
35.5
48.4
56.5
60.0
68.7
Scan
I
I
I
P
P
I
I
I
I
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
I : Interlaced signal
P : Progressive signal
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ENGLISH
DIMENSIONS
18 9/16 inch
471 mm
7 TOP
8 3/4 inch
(222 mm)
7 3/16 inch
(182.5 mm)
15 15/16 inch
(404.5 mm)
5 3/16 inch
(132 mm)
7 FRONT
3 3/8 inch : Full up
(86 mm)
3 inch : Full down
(76 mm)
5/8 - 2 7/16 inch [Adjustable]
(15 - 61.8 mm)
3 11/16 inch
(93.5 mm)
4 5/16 inch
(110 mm)
13 3/8 inch
(344 mm)
13 5/8 inch
(346.5 mm)
16 9/16 inch
(421 mm)
5 inch
(127 mm)
4 7/8 inch
(124.5 mm)
7 BOTTOM
3/4 inch
(19.8 mm)
8 3/4 inch
(222 mm)
7 3/16 inch
(182.5 mm)
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