Epson PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e User`s guide

PowerLite® Pro Cinema
LS9600e/LS10000 User's Guide
Contents
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e/LS10000 User's Guide .......................................................................... 9
Introduction to Your Projector .................................................................................................................
Projector Features..............................................................................................................................
Product Box Contents....................................................................................................................
Additional Components ................................................................................................................
Optional Equipment and Replacement Parts.................................................................................
Warranty and Registration Information ..........................................................................................
Notations Used in the Documentation ................................................................................................
Where to Go for Additional Information ..............................................................................................
Projector Part Locations .....................................................................................................................
Projector Parts - Front/Top ............................................................................................................
Projector Parts - Rear ....................................................................................................................
Projector Parts - Interface Ports ....................................................................................................
Projector Parts - Base....................................................................................................................
Projector Parts - Control Panel and Projector Lights .....................................................................
Projector Parts - Remote Control...................................................................................................
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Setting Up the Projector ...........................................................................................................................
Projector Placement...........................................................................................................................
Projector Setup and Installation Options .......................................................................................
Projection Distance........................................................................................................................
Removing and Attaching the Cable Cover..........................................................................................
Projector Connections........................................................................................................................
Connecting to Video Sources ........................................................................................................
Connecting to an HDMI Video Source ......................................................................................
Attaching and Removing the HDMI Cable Clip..........................................................................
Connecting to an MHL-Compatible Device ...............................................................................
Connecting to a Component Video Source ...............................................................................
Connecting to a Composite Video Source ................................................................................
Connecting to Computer Sources..................................................................................................
Connecting to a Computer for VGA Video.................................................................................
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Connecting to a Computer for HDMI Video ...............................................................................
Connecting to External Speakers ..................................................................................................
Connecting to a Trigger Out Port ...................................................................................................
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control ..........................................................................................
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Using the Projector on a Network ............................................................................................................
Wired Network Monitoring and Control...............................................................................................
Connecting to a Wired Network .....................................................................................................
Selecting Wired Network Settings .................................................................................................
Restricted IP Addresses ...........................................................................................................
Setting Up Projector Network E-Mail Alerts ........................................................................................
Network Projector E-mail Alert Messages .....................................................................................
Setting Up Network Monitoring ..........................................................................................................
Controlling a Networked Projector Using a Web Browser ..................................................................
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Using Basic Projector Features ...............................................................................................................
Turning On the Projector ....................................................................................................................
Turning Off the Projector ....................................................................................................................
Viewing 3D Images ............................................................................................................................
Pairing the 3D Glasses with the Projector......................................................................................
Charging the 3D Glasses...............................................................................................................
3D Viewing Range.........................................................................................................................
Selecting the Language for the Projector Menus................................................................................
Adjusting the Image Height ................................................................................................................
Adjusting the Image Position Using Lens Shift ..............................................................................
Image Shape......................................................................................................................................
Adjusting Keystone with the Control Panel ....................................................................................
Resizing the Image with the Zoom Feature ........................................................................................
Focusing the Image with the Lens Button...........................................................................................
Adjusting the Color Convergence (Panel Alignment) .........................................................................
Remote Control Operation .................................................................................................................
Selecting an Image Source ................................................................................................................
Projection Modes ...............................................................................................................................
Changing the Projection Mode Using the Menus...........................................................................
Image Aspect Ratio ............................................................................................................................
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Changing the Image Aspect Ratio .................................................................................................
Available Image Aspect Ratios ......................................................................................................
Color Mode.........................................................................................................................................
Changing the Color Mode..............................................................................................................
Available Color Modes...................................................................................................................
Adjusting the Lens Iris ...................................................................................................................
Changing the Super-resolution Setting ..............................................................................................
Changing the Super-resolution/4K Enhancement Setting ..................................................................
Using Picture in Picture ......................................................................................................................
Available Picture in Picture Options...............................................................................................
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Adjusting Projector Features ...................................................................................................................
Shutting Off the Picture Temporarily ..................................................................................................
Locking the Projector's Buttons ..........................................................................................................
Unlocking the Projector's Buttons ..................................................................................................
Saving Settings to Memory and Using Saved Settings ......................................................................
Saving the Lens Position and Using Saved Lens Positions................................................................
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Using WirelessHD .....................................................................................................................................
WirelessHD Transmission Range ......................................................................................................
WirelessHD Remote Control Operation..............................................................................................
Connecting the WirelessHD Transmitter ............................................................................................
Viewing WirelessHD Content .............................................................................................................
Switching WirelessHD Sources..........................................................................................................
Using the WirelessHD Picture in Picture Feature ...............................................................................
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Adjusting the Menu Settings .................................................................................................................... 95
Using the Projector's Menus............................................................................................................... 95
Image Quality Settings - Image Menu ................................................................................................ 97
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu.................................................................................................. 100
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu...................................................................................... 105
Projector Memory Options - Memory Menu...................................................................................... 112
Projector Information Display - Info Menu ........................................................................................ 113
Projector Reset Options - Reset Menu ............................................................................................. 114
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Maintaining and Transporting the Projector .........................................................................................
Projector Maintenance .....................................................................................................................
Cleaning the Lens........................................................................................................................
Cleaning the 3D Glasses .............................................................................................................
Cleaning the Projector Case........................................................................................................
Air Filter and Vent Maintenance ..................................................................................................
Cleaning the Air Filter..............................................................................................................
Replacing the Air Filter............................................................................................................
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries .....................................................................................
Transporting the Projector................................................................................................................
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Solving Problems .................................................................................................................................... 128
Projection Problem Tips ................................................................................................................... 128
Projector Light Status ....................................................................................................................... 128
Solving Image Problems .................................................................................................................. 132
Solutions When No Image Appears............................................................................................. 132
Solutions When "No Signal" Message Appears........................................................................... 133
Displaying From a PC Laptop ................................................................................................. 133
Displaying From a Mac Laptop ............................................................................................... 134
Solutions When "Not Supported" Message Appears ................................................................... 134
Solutions When Only a Partial Image Appears ............................................................................ 134
Solutions When the Image is Not Rectangular ............................................................................ 135
Solutions When the Image Contains Noise or Static ................................................................... 135
Solutions When the Image is Fuzzy or Blurry .............................................................................. 136
Solutions When the Image Brightness or Colors are Incorrect .................................................... 136
Solutions to Panel Alignment Problems....................................................................................... 137
Solutions When a 3D Image Does Not Display Correctly ............................................................ 137
Solutions When a WirelessHD Source Does Not Display Correctly............................................. 138
Solving Projector or Remote Control Operation Problems ............................................................... 139
Solutions to Projector Power or Shut-Off Problems ..................................................................... 139
Solutions to Problems with the Remote Control........................................................................... 139
Solving Network Problems ............................................................................................................... 140
Solutions When Network Alert E-Mails are Not Received............................................................ 140
Solutions When You Cannot Access the Projector Through the Web ......................................... 141
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Where to Get Help............................................................................................................................ 141
Technical Specifications ........................................................................................................................
General Projector Specifications ......................................................................................................
Projector Light Source Specifications...............................................................................................
Remote Control Specifications .........................................................................................................
Projector Dimension Specifications..................................................................................................
Projector Electrical Specifications ....................................................................................................
Projector Environmental Specifications............................................................................................
Projector Safety and Approvals Specifications.................................................................................
Supported Video Display Formats....................................................................................................
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Notices .....................................................................................................................................................
Recycling..........................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information ............................................................................................................
Laser Safety Information ..................................................................................................................
Laser Optical Path .......................................................................................................................
Important Safety Instructions............................................................................................................
Restriction of Use ........................................................................................................................
FCC Compliance Statement.............................................................................................................
Wireless Telegraphy Act Regulations..........................................................................................
Trademarks ......................................................................................................................................
Open Source Software License........................................................................................................
Copyright Notice...............................................................................................................................
A Note Concerning Responsible Use of Copyrighted Materials...................................................
Copyright Attribution ....................................................................................................................
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PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e/LS10000 User's Guide
Welcome to the PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e/LS10000 User's Guide.
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Introduction to Your Projector
Refer to these sections to learn more about your projector and this manual.
Projector Features
Notations Used in the Documentation
Where to Go for Additional Information
Projector Part Locations
Projector Features
The PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e and LS10000 projectors include these special features:
Bright, high-resolution projection system
• PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e: Up to 1300 lumens of color brightness (color light output) and 1300
lumens of white brightness (white light output)
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000: Up to 1500 lumens of color brightness (color light output) and 1500
lumens of white brightness (white light output)
Note: Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending
on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output
measured in accordance with ISO 21118.
• 1080p native resolution
• Images up to 300 inches (7.62 m) for projection on any wall or screen
• Laser light source provides Absolute black level and precision detail
• Super-resolution enhances low resolution images to 1920 × 1080 and sharpens blurred images
• 4K Enhancement projects 4K images using "4K Enhancement Technology", creating ultra-high
definition images (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000)
Full 3D projection
• Active 3D projection with RF active shutter glasses
• Supports side-by-side, top-and-bottom, and frame packing 3D formats
Flexible connectivity
• Two HDMI ports for video device or computer connections
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• Watch both HDMI sources simultaneously with Picture-In-Picture mode
• One MHL (Mobile High-definition Link)-compatible HDMI port on the WirelessHD Transmitter for highquality audio and video from tablets and smartphones (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e)
Easy-to-use setup and operation features
• Laser light source provides up to 30,000 hours of operation
• Powered lens memory function for maintaining constant height for up to five different aspect ratios
• Vertical and horizontal lens shift, and vertical keystone correction buttons for flexible projector
placement
• 2.1× optical zoom ratio for improved zooming capability
Product Box Contents
Additional Components
Optional Equipment and Replacement Parts
Warranty and Registration Information
Parent topic: Introduction to Your Projector
Product Box Contents
Save all the packaging in case you need to ship the projector. Always use the original packaging (or
equivalent) when shipping.
Make sure your projector box included all of these parts:
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Projector
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Remote control
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Remote control batteries (two AA alkaline)
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Power cord
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Projector documentation CD
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3D glasses (2 pairs)
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WirelessHD Transmitter (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e)
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WirelessHD Transmitter AC adapter (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e)
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HDMI cable clamps (2)
Parent topic: Projector Features
Additional Components
Depending on how you plan to use the projector, you may need to obtain the following additional
components:
• To receive a component video signal, you need a compatible component cable. You can purchase
one from Epson or an authorized Epson reseller.
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• To receive an HDMI signal, you need a compatible HDMI cable. You can purchase one from Epson or
an authorized Epson reseller.
Note: To connect a Mac that includes only a Mini DisplayPort, Thunderbolt port, or Mini-DVI port for
video output, you need to obtain an adapter that allows you to connect to the projector's HDMI port.
Contact Apple for compatible adapter options.
• To receive an HDMI signal via MHL, you need an MHL-compatible device, an MHL cable, or an HDMI
cable and an MHL adapter compatible with your device. Devices with an integrated MHL connector
may not require a cable (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e).
• To receive and view a 3D signal, you need a compatible HDMI cable. You can purchase one from
Epson or an authorized Epson reseller. If your video source is a 3D Blu-ray disc, you also need a Bluray player that supports 3D playback. See your local computer or electronics dealer for purchase
information.
Parent topic: Projector Features
Optional Equipment and Replacement Parts
You can purchase screens, other optional accessories, and replacement parts from an Epson authorized
reseller. To find the nearest reseller, call 800-GO-EPSON (800-463-7766). Or you can purchase online
at epsonstore.com (U.S. sales) or epson.ca (Canadian sales).
Epson offers the following optional accessories and replacement parts for your projector:
Option or part
Part number
Replacement air filter
V13H134A39
RF 3D glasses (ELPGS03)
V12H548006
Projector ceiling mount
CHF2500
Belkin PureAV HDMI audio video cable, 6 ft
AV22300-06
Belkin PureAV HDMI audio video cable, 3 ft
AV22300-03
Belkin Pro Series VGA/SVGA cable, 10 ft
F3H982-10
Kensington security lock
ELPSL01
In addition to the accessories listed above, 1-year and 2-year extended service plans are available.
Parent topic: Projector Features
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Related tasks
Replacing the Air Filter
Warranty and Registration Information
Your projector comes with a basic warranty that lets you project with confidence. For details, see the
warranty brochure that came with your projector.
In addition, Epson offers free Extra Care Home Service. In the unlikely event of an equipment failure,
you won’t have to wait for your unit to be repaired. Instead, Epson will ship you a replacement unit
anywhere in the United States, Canada, or Puerto Rico. See the Extra Care Home Service brochure for
details.
Register your product online using the projector CD or at this site: epson.com/webreg
Registering also lets you receive special updates on new accessories, products, and services.
Parent topic: Projector Features
Notations Used in the Documentation
Follow the guidelines in these notations as you read your documentation:
• Warnings must be followed carefully to avoid bodily injury.
• Cautions must be observed to avoid damage to your equipment.
• Notes contain important information about your projector.
• Tips contain additional projection information.
Parent topic: Introduction to Your Projector
Where to Go for Additional Information
Need quick help on using your projector? Here's where to look for help:
• epson.com/support (U.S) or epson.ca/support (Canada)
View FAQs (frequently asked questions) and e-mail your questions to Epson technical support 24
hours a day.
• If you still need help after checking this manual and the sources listed above, you can use the Epson
PrivateLine Support service to get help fast. For details, see "Where to Get Help".
Parent topic: Introduction to Your Projector
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Projector Part Locations
Check the projector part illustrations to learn about the parts on your projector.
Projector Parts - Front/Top
Projector Parts - Rear
Projector Parts - Interface Ports
Projector Parts - Base
Projector Parts - Control Panel and Projector Lights
Projector Parts - Remote Control
Parent topic: Introduction to Your Projector
Projector Parts - Front/Top
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Projector status lights
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Control panel
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Front adjustable foot
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WirelessHD receiver (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e)
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Lens
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Lens shutter
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Air exhaust vents
Parent topic: Projector Part Locations
Projector Parts - Rear
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Remote receiver
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Projector ports
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Cable clamp
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Cable cover screw holes
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Air intake/Air filter cover
Parent topic: Projector Part Locations
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Projector Parts - Interface Ports
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HDMI1 / HDMI2 ports
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HDMI cable clamp slots (2)
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LAN port
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Service port
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RS-232C port
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PC port (VGA)
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Component ports
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Trigger out 1 and Trigger out 2 ports
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Video port
Parent topic: Projector Part Locations
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Projector Parts - Base
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Air intake vent
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Screw holes for anamorphic lens
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Adjustable front feet
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Mounting bracket holes
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Power inlet
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Projector Parts - Control Panel and Projector Lights
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Temp light
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Laser light
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Status light
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Power light
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Power button
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Source button (cycles through the list of sources)
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Lens button (cycles through the lens adjustment options)
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Menu button (accesses configuration menus)
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Directional thumbstick (push in for OK button; controls menu selection and keystone adjustment)
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Esc button
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Parent topic: Projector Part Locations
Related references
Projector Light Status
Projector Parts - Remote Control
Top buttons
Left: PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000
Right: PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e
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On button (turns on projector)
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Standby button
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Illumination button (lights the remote control)
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Blank button (turns off video projection)
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P-in-P button (controls the Picture-in-Picture mode for HDMI inputs)
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Source buttons (select specific video input sources)
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HDMI Link control buttons (control playback and other features of connected devices that support
the HDMI CEC standard)
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HDMI Link button (displays the settings menu for HDMI Link)
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Volume up/down buttons (adjust volume for devices connected via HDMI Link)
Center buttons
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Lens button (cycles through the lens adjustment options)
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Color Mode button (selects display modes)
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2D/3D button (cycles between 2D and 3D modes)
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Arrow buttons (move though on-screen options)
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Enter button (selects options)
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Default button (returns selected setting to default value)
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Menu button (accesses projector menu system)
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Esc button (cancels/exits functions)
Bottom buttons
Left: PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000
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Right: PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e
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Memory button (accesses the Memory menu)
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Lens 1 / Lens 2 buttons (loads a saved lens position)
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3D Format button (changes the 3D format)
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Frame Int button (adjusts the Frame Interpolation setting)
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SupRes/4K button (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000; reduces blurring around the edges of
images when viewing 3D content, or adjusts the 4K Enhancement setting for ultra-high-definition
images)
Super Res button (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e; reduces blurring around the edges of
images)
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Dyn Cr button (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000; sets Dynamic Contrast)
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Aspect button (selects the image aspect ratio)
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Pattern button (displays a test pattern)
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Lens Iris button (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000; adjusts the contrast of the image by restricting
the amount of light entering the lens)
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RGBCMY button (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000; adjusts hue, saturation, and brightness for
each RGBCMY color)
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User button (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000; customizable for different functions)
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WirelessHD transmitter control buttons (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e; controls WirelessHD
Transmitter functions)
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Parent topic: Projector Part Locations
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Setting Up the Projector
Follow the instructions in these sections to set up your projector for use.
Projector Placement
Removing and Attaching the Cable Cover
Projector Connections
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
Projector Placement
You can place the projector on almost any flat surface to project an image.
You can also install the projector in a ceiling mount if you want to use it in a fixed location.
Keep these considerations in mind as you select a projector location:
• Place the projector on a sturdy, level surface or install it using a compatible mount.
• Leave plenty of space around and under the projector for ventilation, and do not place it on top of or
next to anything that could block the vents.
• Position the projector within reach of a grounded electrical outlet or extension cord.
Projector Setup and Installation Options
Projection Distance
Parent topic: Setting Up the Projector
Projector Setup and Installation Options
You can set up or install your projector in the following ways:
Front
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Rear
Front Ceiling
Rear Ceiling
Wherever you set up the projector, make sure to position it squarely in front of the center of the screen,
not at an angle, if possible. If the projector cannot be centered in front of the screen, use lens shift to
reposition the image instead of using keystone correction for better image quality.
If you project from the ceiling or from the rear, be sure to select the correct Projection option in the
projector's menu system.
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Parent topic: Projector Placement
Projection Distance
The distance at which you place the projector from the screen determines the approximate size of the
image. The image size increases the farther the projector is from the screen, but can vary depending on
the zoom factor, aspect ratio, and other settings.
Use the tables here to determine approximately how far to place the projector from the screen based on
the size of the projected image. (Conversion figures may have been rounded up or down.)
4:3 Aspect Ratio Image or Screen
Screen or image size
Projection distance (1) Offset from lens center Offset from lens center
(2)
(3)
Wide to Tele
40 inches (101.6 cm)
53.9 to 115.7 inches
9.4 inches (24 cm)
33.5 inches (85 cm)
14.6 inches (37 cm)
50.4 inches (128 cm)
19.3 inches (49 cm)
67.3 inches (171 cm)
24 inches (61 cm)
83.9 inches (213 cm)
(137 to 294 cm)
60 inches (152.4 cm)
81.5 to 174.8 inches
(207 to 443 cm)
80 inches (203.2 cm)
109 to 232.7 inches
(277 to 591 cm)
100 inches (254 cm)
137 to 291.3 inches
(348 to 740 cm)
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Screen or image size
Projection distance (1) Offset from lens center Offset from lens center
(2)
(3)
Wide to Tele
120 inches (304.8 cm)
164.6 to 350 inches
28.7 inches (73 cm)
100.8 inches (256 cm)
35.8 inches (91 cm)
126 inches (320 cm)
48 inches (122 cm)
168.1 inches (427 cm)
(418 to 889 cm)
150 inches (381 cm)
205.9 to 437.8 inches
(523 to 1112 cm)
200 inches (508 cm)
275.2 to 583.9 inches
(699 to 1483 cm)
16:9 Aspect Ratio Image or Screen
Screen or image size
Projection distance (1) Offset from lens center Offset from lens center
(2)
(3)
Wide to Tele
40 inches (101.6 cm)
43.7 to 94.5 inches
7.9 inches (20 cm)
27.6 inches (70 cm)
11.8 inches (30 cm)
41.3 inches (105 cm)
15.7 inches (40 cm)
54.7 inches (139 cm)
19.7 inches (50 cm)
68.5 inches (174 cm)
23.6 inches (60 cm)
82.3 inches (209 cm)
29.5 inches (75 cm)
103.2 inches (262 cm)
35.4 inches (90 cm)
123.6 inches (314 cm)
(111 to 240 cm)
60 inches (152.4 cm)
66.5 to 142.1 inches
(169 to 361 cm)
80 inches (203.2 cm)
89 to 189.8 inches
(226 to 482 cm)
100 inches (254 cm)
111.4 to 237.8 inches
(283 to 604 cm)
120 inches (304.8 cm)
134.3 to 285.4 inches
(341 to 725 cm)
150 inches (381 cm)
168.1 to 357.5 inches
(427 to 908 cm)
180 inches (457.2 cm)
202 to 429.1 inches
(513 to 1090 cm)
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Removing and Attaching the Cable Cover
Before you can connect equipment to your projector, you need to remove the cable cover.
1. Remove both of the cable cover screws (screwdriver not included).
2. Lift off the cable cover.
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To attach the cable cover, slide it into position and tighten the screws.
Parent topic: Setting Up the Projector
Projector Connections
You can connect the projector to a variety of computer, video, and audio sources to display
presentations, movies, or other images, with or without sound.
• For video projection, connect devices such as DVD players, gaming consoles, streaming devices,
digital cameras, smartphones, and tablets with compatible video output ports.
Note: To connect a smartphone or tablet, you may need to obtain an adapter that allows you to
connect to the projector. This allows you to mirror your smartphone or tablet screens, watch movies,
and more. Contact your device manufacturer for compatible adapter options.
• Connect any Windows or Mac computer that has a standard video output (15-pin VGA monitor) port,
or HDMI port.
Caution: If you will use the projector at altitudes above 4921 feet (1500 m), turn on High Altitude Mode
to ensure the projector's internal temperature is regulated properly.
Connecting to Video Sources
Connecting to Computer Sources
Connecting to External Speakers
Connecting to a Trigger Out Port
Parent topic: Setting Up the Projector
Connecting to Video Sources
Follow the instructions in these sections to connect video devices to the projector.
Connecting to an HDMI Video Source
Attaching and Removing the HDMI Cable Clip
Connecting to an MHL-Compatible Device
Connecting to a Component Video Source
Connecting to a Composite Video Source
Parent topic: Projector Connections
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Connecting to an HDMI Video Source
If your video source has an HDMI port, you can connect it to the projector using an optional HDMI cable.
The HDMI connection provides the best image quality.
1. Connect the HDMI cable to your video source's HDMI output port.
2. Connect the other end to one of the projector's HDMI ports.
Note: If you connected a game console, it may take a few seconds for your image to appear when you
switch to the game console's input source. To reduce the potential lag in response time to game
commands, set your game console's output format to a progressive signal of 480p, 720p, or higher. See
your game console documentation for instructions.
You can also select the Fast Image Processing setting to reduce lag time.
Note: When an audio/video source that meets the HDMI CEC standard is connected to the projector's
HDMI port, you can use the projector's remote control to control certain features of the linked device by
pressing the HDMI Link button on the remote control and setting HDMI Link to On.
Parent topic: Connecting to Video Sources
Related tasks
Attaching and Removing the HDMI Cable Clip
Attaching and Removing the HDMI Cable Clip
You can install the HDMI cable clip that came with your projector to provide additional support to the
HDMI cable.
1. Plug in the HDMI cable.
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2. Insert the end of the cable clip anchor into the cable clip slot near the HDMI port.
3. Place the open cable clip around the HDMI cable, but don't lock it into place.
4. Slide the cable clip onto the anchor and lock the clip onto the HDMI connector.
To remove the cable clip, open the clip and disconnect the HDMI cable. Then pinch the sides of the
cable clip anchor and carefully pull it out of the cable clip slot.
Parent topic: Connecting to Video Sources
Connecting to an MHL-Compatible Device
If you have an MHL-compatible smartphone or tablet, you can connect it to the WirelessHD transmitter
using either an MHL cable or an HDMI cable with a device-compatible MHL adapter (PowerLite Pro
Cinema LS9600e). If you have a device with a built-in MHL connector, plug it directly into the HDMI 5 /
MHL (IN) port.
Note: Some connected devices may not charge when using an MHL adapter.
1. Connect the MHL cable or adapter to your device's Micro-USB port.
2. If you are using an MHL adapter, connect it to an MHL-compatible HDMI cable.
3. Connect the other end of the cable to the WirelessHD transmitter's HDMI 5 / MHL (IN) port.
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Parent topic: Connecting to Video Sources
Related topics
Using WirelessHD
Connecting to a Component Video Source
If your video source has component video ports, you can connect it to the projector using an optional
component video cable. Depending on your component ports, you may need to use an adapter cable
along with a component video cable.
1. Connect the component connectors to your video source's color-coded component video output
ports, usually labeled Y, Pb, Pr or Y, Cb, Cr. If you are using an adapter, connect these connectors
to your component video cable.
2. Connect the other end to the projector's color-coded Component video input ports.
Note: If you connected a game console, it may take a few seconds for your image to appear when you
switch to the game console's input source. To reduce the potential lag in response time to game
commands, set your game console's output format to a progressive signal of 480p, 720p, or higher. See
your game console documentation for instructions.
You can also select the Fast Image Processing setting to reduce lag time.
Parent topic: Connecting to Video Sources
Connecting to a Composite Video Source
If your video source has a composite video port, you can connect it to the projector using an optional
RCA-style video or A/V cable.
1. Connect the cable with the yellow connector to your video source's yellow video output port.
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2. Connect the other end to the projector's Video port.
Parent topic: Connecting to Video Sources
Connecting to Computer Sources
Follow the instructions in these sections to connect a computer to the projector.
Connecting to a Computer for VGA Video
Connecting to a Computer for HDMI Video
Parent topic: Projector Connections
Connecting to a Computer for VGA Video
You can connect the projector to your computer using a VGA computer cable.
Note: To connect a Mac that includes only a Mini DisplayPort, Thunderbolt port, or Mini-DVI port for
video output, you need to obtain an adapter that allows you to connect to the projector's VGA video port.
Contact Apple for compatible adapter options.
1. If necessary, disconnect your computer's monitor cable.
2. Connect the VGA computer cable to your computer's monitor port.
3. Connect the other end to a PC port on the projector.
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4. Tighten the screws on the VGA connector.
Parent topic: Connecting to Computer Sources
Connecting to a Computer for HDMI Video
If your computer has an HDMI port, you can connect it to the projector using an optional HDMI cable.
Note: To connect a Mac that includes only a Mini DisplayPort, Thunderbolt port, or Mini-DVI port for
video output, you need to obtain an adapter that allows you to connect to the projector's HDMI port.
1. Connect the HDMI cable to your computer's HDMI output port.
2. Connect the other end to one of the projector's HDMI ports.
Parent topic: Connecting to Computer Sources
Related tasks
Attaching and Removing the HDMI Cable Clip
Connecting to External Speakers
To add sound, you can connect your video source and speakers to an audio video receiver, then
connect the receiver to the projector using one of the receiver's compatible video outputs (an HDMI
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connection provides the best image quality, if available). You can also connect speakers to any video
source that has its own speaker connections.
1
Video source
2
Surround sound speakers
3
Receiver
4
Video cable
Parent topic: Projector Connections
Connecting to a Trigger Out Port
You can connect your projector to external devices such as motorized screens that support a trigger
signal. When active, a 12V signal is sent to the connected device while the projector is powered on.
1. Connect a 3.5 mm stereo mini-jack cable to the external device's trigger port. See your device's
documentation for details.
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2. Connect the other end to one of the projector's Trigger Out ports.
3. Activate the trigger port in the projector's Settings menu.
Parent topic: Projector Connections
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
The remote control uses the two AA batteries that came with the projector.
Caution: Use only the type of batteries specified in this manual. Do not install batteries of different types,
or mix new and old batteries.
1. Remove the battery cover.
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2. Insert the batteries with the + and – ends facing as shown.
3. Replace the battery cover and press it down until it clicks into place.
Warning: Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations. Do not expose batteries to heat
or flame. Keep batteries out of the reach of children; they are choking hazards and are very
dangerous if swallowed.
Parent topic: Setting Up the Projector
Related tasks
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries
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Using the Projector on a Network
Follow the instructions in these sections to set up your projector for use on a network.
Wired Network Monitoring and Control
Setting Up Projector Network E-Mail Alerts
Setting Up Network Monitoring
Controlling a Networked Projector Using a Web Browser
Wired Network Monitoring and Control
You can monitor, configure, and control your projector through a wired network. You can also send email
alerts from the projector when a problem occurs. To do this, you connect the projector to your network,
and then set up your projector and computer for network monitoring.
Connecting to a Wired Network
Selecting Wired Network Settings
Parent topic: Using the Projector on a Network
Connecting to a Wired Network
To connect the projector to a wired local area network (LAN), use a 100Base-TX or 10Base-T network
cable. To ensure proper data transmission, use a Category 5 shielded cable or better.
1. Connect one end of the network cable to your network hub, switch, or router.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the projector's LAN port.
Parent topic: Wired Network Monitoring and Control
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Selecting Wired Network Settings
Before you can project from computers on your network, you must select the network settings for the
projector using its menu system.
Note: Make sure you already connected the projector to your wired network using the LAN port.
1. Turn on the projector.
2. Press the Menu button.
3. Select the Network menu and press Enter.
4. Select Network Configuration and press Enter.
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5. Select the Basic menu and press Enter.
6. Select the following basic options as necessary:
• Projector Name lets you enter a name up to 16 alphanumeric characters long to identify the
projector over the network.
• PJLink Password lets you enter a password up to 32 alphanumeric characters long for using the
PJLink protocol for projector control.
• Web Control Password lets you enter a password up to 8 alphanumeric characters long for
accessing the projector over the web. (Default user name is EPSONWEB; default password is
admin.)
Note: Use the displayed keyboard to enter the name, passwords and keyword. Press the arrow
buttons on the remote control to highlight characters and press Enter to select them.
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7. Select the Wired LAN menu and press Enter.
8. Select IP Settings and press Enter.
9. Select your IP Settings as necessary:
• If your network assigns addresses automatically, turn on the DHCP setting.
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• If you must set addresses manually, turn off DHCP and enter the projector's IP Address, Subnet
Mask, and Gateway Address as needed. When manually entering IP Settings, you cannot use
restricted IP addresses.
Note: To highlight the numbers you want from the displayed keyboard, press the arrow buttons on
the remote control. To select a highlighted number, press Enter.
10. To prevent display of the IP address on the standby screen, turn off IP Address Display.
11. When you finish selecting settings, select Complete and follow the on-screen instructions to save
your settings and exit the menus.
Restricted IP Addresses
Parent topic: Wired Network Monitoring and Control
Restricted IP Addresses
When manually entering IP Settings, you cannot use these ranges of IP addresses:
Setting
Restricted IP addresses
IP Address
0.0.0.0
127.x.x.x
192.0.2.x
224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
Subnet Mask
0.0.0.0
255.255.255.255
Gateway Address
0.0.0.0
197.x.x.x
224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
Parent topic: Selecting Wired Network Settings
Setting Up Projector Network E-Mail Alerts
You can set up the projector to send you an e-mail alert over the network if there is a problem with the
projector.
1. Press the Menu button.
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2. Select the Network menu and press Enter.
3. Select Network Configuration and press Enter.
4. Select the Mail menu and press Enter.
5. Turn on Mail Notification.
6. Enter the IP address for the SMTP Server option.
Note: Do not use these addresses: 127.x.x.x or 224.0.0.0 through 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255).
7. Select a number for the SMTP server Port Number, from 1 to 65535 (default is 25).
8. Choose an Address field, enter the e-mail address, and select the alerts you want to receive there.
Repeat for up to three addresses.
Note: Your e-mail address can be up to 64 alphanumeric characters long. You can only enter 32
characters via the projector menu. To enter more than 32 characters, use the web configuration
page to enter the e-mail address.
9. When you finish selecting settings, select Complete and follow the on-screen instructions to save
your settings and exit the menus.
Note: If a critical problem causes a projector to shut down, you may not receive an e-mail alert.
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Network Projector E-mail Alert Messages
Parent topic: Using the Projector on a Network
Network Projector E-mail Alert Messages
When a problem occurs with a networked projector, and you selected to receive e-mail alerts, you
receive an e-mail containing the following information:
• Epson Projector on the subject line
• The name of the projector experiencing a problem
• The IP address of the affected projector
• Detailed information about the problem
Note: If a critical problem causes a projector to shut down, you may not receive an e-mail alert.
Parent topic: Setting Up Projector Network E-Mail Alerts
Setting Up Network Monitoring
Network administrators can install monitoring software on network computers so they can monitor
projectors. If your network uses this software, you can set up the projector for monitoring.
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Select the Network menu and press Enter.
3. Select Network Configuration and press Enter.
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4. Select the Others menu and press Enter.
5. If your network environment uses an AMX controller, turn on the AMX Device Discovery setting to
allow the projector to be detected.
6. If your network environment uses a Control4 or Control4 SDDP controller, turn on the Control4
SDDP setting to allow the projector to be detected (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000).
7. If you are connecting to a network using Bonjour, turn on the Bonjour setting.
8. When you finish selecting settings, select Complete and follow the on-screen instructions to save
your settings and exit the menus.
Parent topic: Using the Projector on a Network
Controlling a Networked Projector Using a Web Browser
Once you have connected your projector to your network, you can select projector settings and control
projection using a compatible web browser. This lets you access the projector remotely.
Note: The web setup and control features support Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, 9, or 10, and Safari on
networks that do not use a proxy server for connection. You cannot select all of the projector menu
settings or control all projector functions using a web browser.
Note: If you set Standby Mode to Communication On, you can use a web browser to select settings
and control projection even if the projector is in standby mode.
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1. Make sure the projector is turned on.
2. Start your web browser on a computer or device connected to the network.
3. Type the projector's IP address into the browser's address box and press the computer's Enter key.
Note: If you connect from a web browser on a smartphone or tablet, a screen with two options is
displayed. Select remote to display the Web Remote page, or select config to display the Web
Control page.
You see the Web Control screen.
Note: You may need to log in before you see the Web Control screen. If you see a log in window,
enter your user name and password. (The default user name is EPSONWEB and the default
password is admin.)
4. To select projector menu settings, select the name of the menu and follow the on-screen
instructions.
5. To control projection remotely, select the Web Remote option.
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You see a screen like this:
1
Turns the projector on
2
Turns the projector off
3
Selects HDMI1, HDMI2, WiHD (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e), 3RCA (component), Video,
and PC port sources
4
Blank button control
5
Switches between 2D and 3D projection
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Loads a saved lens position
6. Select the icon corresponding to the projector function you want to control.
Parent topic: Using the Projector on a Network
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Using Basic Projector Features
Follow the instructions in these sections to use your projector's basic features.
Turning On the Projector
Turning Off the Projector
Viewing 3D Images
Selecting the Language for the Projector Menus
Adjusting the Image Height
Image Shape
Resizing the Image with the Zoom Feature
Focusing the Image with the Lens Button
Adjusting the Color Convergence (Panel Alignment)
Remote Control Operation
Selecting an Image Source
Projection Modes
Image Aspect Ratio
Color Mode
Changing the Super-resolution Setting
Changing the Super-resolution/4K Enhancement Setting
Using Picture in Picture
Turning On the Projector
Turn on the computer or video equipment you want to use before you turn on the projector so it can
display the image source.
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1. Connect the power cord to the projector's power inlet.
2. Plug the power cord into an electrical outlet.
Note: With Direct Power On turned on, the projector turns on as soon as you plug it in.
3. Press the power button on the projector or the On button on the remote control to turn on the
projector.
The shutter opens and the Status light flashes blue as the projector warms up. Once the projector is
warmed up, the Status light stops flashing and turns blue.
Warning: Never look into the projector lens when the laser is on. This can damage your eyes and is
especially dangerous for children.
If you do not see a projected image right away, try the following:
• Turn on the connected computer or video device.
• Insert a DVD or other video media and press the play button, if necessary.
• Press the Source button on the projector to detect the video source, or press a source button on the
remote control.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
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Turning Off the Projector
Before turning off the projector, shut down any computer connected to it so you can see the computer
display during shutdown.
Note: Turn off this product when not in use to prolong the life of the projector. Laser life will vary
depending upon mode selected, environmental conditions, and usage. Brightness decreases over time.
Note: When using the Blank feature, the laser is still on. To turn off the laser, turn off the projector.
1. Press the power button on the projector or the Standby button on the remote control.
The projector displays a shutdown confirmation screen.
2. Press the power button on the projector or the Standby button on the remote control again. (To
leave it on, press any other button.)
The shutter closes, the laser turns off, and the Status light turns off.
Caution: Do not turn the projector on immediately after turning it off. Turning the projector on and off
frequently may shorten the life of the laser.
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3. To transport or store the projector, make sure the Status light is off, then unplug the power cord.
Caution: To avoid damaging the projector or laser, never unplug the power cord when the Status
light is on or flashing.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Viewing 3D Images
You can view 3D images using your projector. Viewing 3D images requires a 3D-compatible video
device and a pair of Epson RF 3D glasses. You can also convert 2D images to 3D using the 2D-to-3D
Conversion setting in your projector's Signal > 3D Setup menu.
You can purchase Epson RF 3D glasses from an Epson authorized reseller. To find the nearest reseller,
call 800-GO-EPSON (800-463-7766). Or you can purchase online at epsonstore.com (U.S. sales) or
epson.ca (Canadian sales).
1. Connect a 3D-compatible video device to the projector using a compatible HDMI cable.
Note: You can also connect a 3D HDMI source to the WirelessHD Transmitter (PowerLite Pro
Cinema LS9600e).
2. Turn on the video device, then turn on the projector.
3. Begin playback from the video device.
Note: Make sure you set the video device to play content in 3D mode.
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4. Press the 2D/3D button on the remote control to activate 3D mode, if necessary.
5. Slide the power switch on the 3D glasses to the On position.
6. Put on the 3D glasses. If you do not see a 3D image, pair the glasses with the projector.
Note: If you change the video source or you are not within range of your projector, the glasses enter
standby mode and the status light flashes green. Slide the power switch on the glasses to the Off
position and then back to the On position to resume 3D viewing.
Pairing the 3D Glasses with the Projector
Charging the 3D Glasses
3D Viewing Range
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Related references
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
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Pairing the 3D Glasses with the Projector
Pair the glasses with the projector to establish communication between them for 3D viewing.
1. Turn on the projector.
2. Set the image source to HDMI or WirelessHD (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e).
3. Project a 3D image.
4. Slide the power switch on the 3D glasses to the On position.
5. Move the glasses within 10 feet (3 m) of the projector, then hold down the Pairing button on the
glasses for at least three seconds.
The status light on the glasses flashes green and red. If pairing is successful, the light turns green
for 10 seconds and then turns off.
Parent topic: Viewing 3D Images
Related tasks
Selecting an Image Source
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Charging the 3D Glasses
Charge the glasses when the status light on the glasses flashes red to indicate a low battery.
1. Connect the smaller end of the charging cable to the port on the bridge of the glasses.
Note: Make sure you connect the cable in the correct orientation or you may damage the glasses or
cable.
2. Do one of the following:
• Plug the other end of the charging cable into a powered USB port on a computer or other device.
• Plug the other end of the charging cable into a USB-to-AC adapter with the following
specifications:
Input: 100-240V, ~0.15A, 50-60Hz
Output: 5V=1A
The glasses are fully charged when the status light on the glasses stays green.
Parent topic: Viewing 3D Images
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3D Viewing Range
When you view 3D images, make sure you are positioned within the viewing range shown here.
1
32 ft (10 m)
Parent topic: Viewing 3D Images
Selecting the Language for the Projector Menus
If you want to view the projector's menus and messages in another language, you can change the
Language setting.
1. Turn on the projector.
2. Press the Menu button.
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3. Select the Settings menu and press Enter.
4. Select the Language setting and press Enter.
5. Select the language you want to use and press Enter.
6. Press Menu or Esc to exit the menus.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Adjusting the Image Height
If you are projecting from a table or other flat surface, and the image is too high or low, you can adjust
the image height using the projector's adjustable feet.
1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
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2. If the image is tilted, rotate the front feet to adjust their height.
3. Use the Lens button on the remote control to adjust the position of the projected image as
necessary.
If the projected image is unevenly rectangular, you need to adjust the image shape.
Adjusting the Image Position Using Lens Shift
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Adjusting the Image Position Using Lens Shift
If you cannot install the projector directly in front of the screen, you can adjust the position of the
projected image using the lens shift feature.
Note: Wait 30 minutes after turning on the projector before setting the focus, zoom, and lens shift for
maximum accuracy.
1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
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2. Press the Lens button on the control panel or remote control.
3. Press the Lens button repeatedly until Adjust Lens Shift is displayed on the screen.
4. Press the arrow buttons on the remote control or use the thumbstick on the control panel to adjust
the position of the projected image as necessary.
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1
Center of lens
2
Projected image when lens shift is set in the center
3
Maximum vertical range (V × 90%)
4
Maximum horizontal range (H × 40%)
Note: You cannot move the image to both the horizontal and vertical maximum values.
5. When you are finished, press the Esc button on the control panel or remote control.
Note: When adjusting the image height, position the image lower than where you want it to be and then
move it up. This will help prevent the image from moving down after adjustment.
Parent topic: Adjusting the Image Height
Image Shape
You can project an evenly rectangular image by placing the projector directly in front of the center of the
screen and keeping it level. If you place the projector at an angle to the screen, or tilted up or down, or off
to the side, you may need to correct the image shape for the best display quality.
Adjusting Keystone with the Control Panel
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Adjusting Keystone with the Control Panel
You can use the projector's thumbstick on the control panel to correct the shape of an image that is
unevenly rectangular on the sides.
Note: To provide the best possible image quality, adjust the projector's position to correct the image
shape. If this isn't possible, use keystone correction to correct the image shape.
Note: Keystone corrections are most effective within a projection angle of 30° from top to bottom.
1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
Note: You can display a pattern to aid in adjusting the projected image using the Settings menu.
Note: You can also display the pattern by pressing the Pattern button on the remote control.
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2. Move the thumbstick on the control panel up or down to display the keystone adjustment sliders,
then continue moving the thumbstick up or down to adjust the image shape.
3. Push in the thumbstick on the control panel to set the keystone value.
After correction, your image is slightly smaller.
Note: If the projector is installed out of reach, you can also correct the image shape with the remote
control using the Keystone settings in the projector menus.
Parent topic: Image Shape
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Resizing the Image with the Zoom Feature
You can adjust the size of the projected image using the zoom feature.
Note: Wait 30 minutes after turning on the projector before setting the focus, zoom, and lens shift for
maximum accuracy.
1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
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2. Press the Lens button on the projector's control panel or remote control.
3. Press the Lens button repeatedly until Adjust Zoom is displayed on the screen.
4. Press and hold the left or right arrow buttons on the projector's remote control or use the thumbstick
on the control panel to resize the image.
5. Press the Esc button on the projector's control panel or remote control when finished.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Focusing the Image with the Lens Button
You can adjust the sharpness of the projected image using the focus feature.
Note: Wait 30 minutes after turning on the projector before setting the focus, zoom, and lens shift for
maximum accuracy.
1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
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2. Press the Lens button on the projector's control panel or remote control.
3. Press the Lens button repeatedly until Adjust Focus is displayed on the screen.
4. Press and hold the left or right arrow buttons on the projector's remote control or use the thumbstick
on the control panel to focus the image.
5. Press the Esc button on the projector's control panel or remote control when finished.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Adjusting the Color Convergence (Panel Alignment)
You can use the Panel Alignment feature to manually adjust the color convergence (the alignment of the
red, green and blue colors) in the projected image.
Note: Allow your projector to warm up for at least 10 to 15 minutes and make sure the image is in focus
before you use the Panel Alignment feature. The projected image should be a minimum of 60 inches
(152 cm) diagonally and the projection surface should not be colored or textured, otherwise the
adjustment grids will be difficult to align.
1. Turn on the projector.
2. Press the Menu button.
3. Select the Extended menu and press Enter.
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4. Select the Panel Alignment setting and press Enter.
5. Select the Panel Alignment setting and press Enter.
6. Select On and press Enter.
7. Select the Select Color setting and choose one of the following:
• R to adjust the red color convergence.
• B to adjust the blue color convergence.
Note: You can only adjust the red or blue color convergence. Green is the standard color panel and
cannot be adjusted.
8. Select the Pattern Color setting and press Enter.
9. Select the pattern you want to use and press Enter.
10. Select Start Adjustments and press Enter.
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You see this screen:
11. Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to adjust the color alignment in the corner of the screen
highlighted by the orange box.
12. Press the Enter button to move to the next corner of the screen.
13. When you are finished adjusting each corner of the screen, press Enter.
You see this screen:
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14. Do one of the following:
• If your projector's panel alignment is now correct, select Exit and press Enter to return to the
Panel Alignment menu.
• If your projector needs additional panel alignment, select Select intersection and adjust and
press Enter. Use the arrow keys on the remote control to highlight the corner of any box on the
screen that is misaligned and press Enter to adjust the color convergence. Repeat this step as
necessary.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Remote Control Operation
The remote control lets you control the projector from almost anywhere in the room. You can point it at
the screen, or the front or back of the projector.
Make sure that you aim the remote control at the projector's receivers within the distance and angles
listed here.
Vertical
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1
32 feet (10 m)
2
± 30°
3
60°
Horizontal
1
32 feet (10 m)
2
± 30°
Note: Avoid using the remote control in conditions with bright fluorescent lights or in direct sunlight, or
the projector may not respond to commands. If you will not use the remote control for a long time,
remove the batteries.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
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Selecting an Image Source
If you connected multiple image sources to the projector, such as a computer and DVD player, you may
want to switch from one image source to the other.
1. Make sure the connected image source you want to use is turned on.
2. For video image sources, insert a DVD or other video media and press its play button, if necessary.
3. Do one of the following:
• Press the Source button on the projector until you see the image from the source you want.
• Press the button for the source you want on the remote control.
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PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e
1
HDMI port sources
2
WirelessHD source
3
PC port (VGA) source
4
Composite video source
5
Component video source
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000
1
HDMI port sources
2
PC port (VGA) source
3
Composite video source
4
Component video source
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Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Projection Modes
Depending on how you positioned the projector, you may need to change the projection mode so your
images project correctly.
• Front (default setting) lets you project from a table in front of the screen.
• Front/Ceiling flips the image over top-to-bottom to project upside-down from a ceiling or wall mount.
• Rear flips the image horizontally to project from behind a translucent screen.
• Rear/Ceiling flips the image over top-to-bottom and horizontally to project from the ceiling and behind
a translucent screen.
Changing the Projection Mode Using the Menus
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Changing the Projection Mode Using the Menus
You can change the projection mode to flip the image over top-to-bottom and/or left-to-right using the
projector menus.
1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
2. Press the Menu button.
3. Select the Settings menu and press Enter.
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4. Select the Projection setting and press Enter.
5. Select a projection mode and press Enter.
6. Press Menu or Esc to exit the menus.
Parent topic: Projection Modes
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Image Aspect Ratio
The projector can display images in different width-to-height ratios called aspect ratios. Normally the
input signal from your video source determines the image's aspect ratio. However, for certain images
you can change the aspect ratio to fit your screen by pressing a button on the remote control.
If you always want to use a particular aspect ratio for a certain video input source, you can select it using
the projector's menus.
Changing the Image Aspect Ratio
Available Image Aspect Ratios
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Changing the Image Aspect Ratio
You can change the aspect ratio of the displayed image to resize it.
Note: For HDMI sources, the input signal determines the image's aspect ratio.
1. Turn on the projector and switch to the image source you want to use.
2. Press the Aspect button on the remote control.
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PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000
A list of the available aspect ratios appears.
3. To cycle through the available aspect ratios for your input signal, press the up or down arrow button.
4. Press Enter to select the aspect ratio.
Parent topic: Image Aspect Ratio
Related references
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
Available Image Aspect Ratios
You can select the following image aspect ratios, depending on the input signal from your image source.
Note: When the projector is in 3D mode, the aspect ratio is automatically set to Normal.
Note: Black bands and cropped images may project in certain aspect ratios, depending on the aspect
ratio and resolution of your input signal.
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Aspect ratio setting
Description
Auto
Automatically sets the aspect ratio according to the input signal.
Normal
Displays images using the full projection area and maintains the
aspect ratio of the image.
Zoom
Displays images using the full width of the projection area and
maintains the aspect ratio of the image.
Full
Displays images using the full width of the projection area, but does
not maintain the aspect ratio.
You can also select two modes that can be used with a third-party anamorphic lens.
Aspect ratio setting
Description
Anamorphic Wide
Displays CinemaScope content using an anamorphic lens.
Horiz. Squeeze
Stretches the horizontal aspect of the input signal to project across
the entire screen using an anamorphic lens.
Note: The Auto aspect ratio setting is available only for HDMI image sources.
Parent topic: Image Aspect Ratio
Color Mode
The projector offers different Color Modes to provide optimum brightness, contrast, and color for a
variety of viewing environments and image types. You can select a mode designed to match your image
and environment, or experiment with the available modes.
If you always want to use a particular color mode for a certain video input source, you can select it using
the projector menus.
Changing the Color Mode
Available Color Modes
Adjusting the Lens Iris
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
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Changing the Color Mode
You can change the projector's Color Mode using the remote control to optimize the image for your
viewing environment.
1. Turn on the projector and switch to the image source you want to use.
2. If you are projecting from a DVD player or other video source, insert a disc or other video media and
press the play button, if necessary.
3. Press the Color Mode button on the remote control to change the Color Mode.
A list of available Color Modes appears.
4. To cycle through all the available Color Modes for your input signal, press the up or down arrow
button.
5. Press Enter to select a Color Mode.
Parent topic: Color Mode
Related references
Image Quality Settings - Image Menu
Available Color Modes
You can set the projector to use these Color Modes, depending on the input source you are using:
2D Images
Color Mode
Description
Dynamic
Best for projecting in a bright room
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Color Mode
Description
Living Room
Best for projecting in a room with closed curtains
Natural
Best for projecting in a dark room. Perform color adjustment in this
mode.
THX
Uses a color mode authorized by THX Ltd.
Cinema
Best for movies and concerts projected in a dark room
Digital Cinema
Uses the same color spectrum as digital cinema movie theaters
(PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000)
Adobe RGB
Best when projecting images using the Adobe RGB color space
(PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000)
3D Images
Color Mode
Description
3D Dynamic
Best for projecting in a bright room
3D Cinema
Best for movies projected in a dark room
3D THX
Color mode authorized by THX Ltd.
Parent topic: Color Mode
Adjusting the Lens Iris
In certain color modes, you can reduce the amount of light in the projection lens and adjust the
brightness of the content you project.
1. Turn on the projector and switch to the image source you want to use.
2. Press the Menu button.
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3. Select the Image menu and press Enter.
4. Select the Lens Iris setting and press and hold the left or right arrow buttons on the projector's
remote control to adjust the lens iris.
Note: Reducing the value increases the intensity of the colors in the image. The default values and
settings differ based on the Color Mode settings and the zoom lens position.
5. Press Menu or Esc to exit the menus.
Parent topic: Color Mode
Changing the Super-resolution Setting
You can sharpen blurred images and enhance the apparent detail of an image by increasing the
resolution of the image signal using the Super-resolution setting. (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e).
Note: You cannot use Super-resolution when converting 2D images to 3D images, or when a computer
image is displayed. When projecting 3D images, you can use this setting only with 1080p/24 Hz/frame
packing signals.
1. Turn on the projector and switch to the image source you want to use.
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2. Press the Super Res button on the remote control.
Note: You can also set the Super-resolution setting from the Signal menu.
A list of the setting values appears. Higher values increase the intensity of the effect.
3. Press the left or right arrow buttons on the projector's remote control to adjust the setting.
4. Press Menu or Esc to exit the menus.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Related references
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
Changing the Super-resolution/4K Enhancement Setting
You can set the strength of the Super-resolution/4K setting (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000).
If you select a Super-resolution value of 1 to 5, you can sharpen blurred images and enhance the
apparent detail of an image by increasing the resolution of the image signal.
If you select a 4K Enhancement value of 4K-1 to 4k-5, you can display 4K images (3840 × 2160) using
4K Enhancement Technology with super resolution processing and create ultra high-definition images.
Note: You cannot use Super-resolution when converting 2D images to 3D images, or when a computer
image is displayed. When projecting 3D images, you can use Super-resolution only with
1080p/24 Hz/frame packing signals. You cannot use 4K Enhancement when projecting 3D images.
1. Turn on the projector and switch to the image source you want to use.
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2. Press the Sup Res/4K button on the remote control.
Note: You can also select the Super-resolution/4K setting in the Signal menu.
A list of the available settings appears.
3. Press the up or down arrow buttons on the projector's remote control to select a setting.
4. Press the Sup Res/4K button on the remote control to exit the menu.
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Related references
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
Using Picture in Picture
You can use Picture in Picture mode to view two image sources simultaneously.
Note: You can only display HDMI or WirelessHD (PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e) video sources when
Picture in Picture mode is active.
Note: You cannot use Picture in Picture while projecting 3D or 4K images.
1. Turn on the projector and switch to the HDMI or WirelessHD image source you want to use.
2. Press the P-in-P button on the remote control.
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The second HDMI video source appears as a sub-screen in the corner of the image.
Note: While Picture in Picture mode is active, press the Menu button on the remote control to adjust
the size and position of the sub-screen.
3. To swap the main screen and sub-screen video sources, press and hold the P-in-P button for at
least three seconds.
4. Press the P-in-P button again to close the sub-screen and resume normal projection.
Available Picture in Picture Options
Parent topic: Using Basic Projector Features
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
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Available Picture in Picture Options
You can adjust the following options by pressing the Menu button on the remote control while Picture in
Picture mode is active:
Setting
Description
Subscreen Size
Adjusts the size of the sub-screen
Subscreen Position
Adjusts the location where the sub-screen is displayed
Subscreen Source
Selects which source appears in the sub-screen
(PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e)
Swap Main/Sub
Switches the video source displayed on the main screen with the
source displayed on the sub-screen
Exit Picture in Picture
Closes the sub-screen and resumes normal projection
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Adjusting Projector Features
Follow the instructions in these sections to use your projector's feature adjustments.
Shutting Off the Picture Temporarily
Locking the Projector's Buttons
Saving Settings to Memory and Using Saved Settings
Saving the Lens Position and Using Saved Lens Positions
Shutting Off the Picture Temporarily
You can temporarily turn off the projected picture if you want to redirect your audience's attention during
a presentation. Any video action continues to run, however, so you cannot resume projection at the point
that you stopped it.
1. Press the Blank button on the remote control to temporarily stop projection.
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2. To turn the picture back on, press the Blank button again.
Parent topic: Adjusting Projector Features
Locking the Projector's Buttons
You can lock the buttons on the projector's control panel to prevent anyone from using the projector.
Note: You can use the remote control to control the projector when the control panel buttons are locked.
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Select the Settings menu and press Enter.
3. Select the Lock Setting setting and press Enter.
4. Select one of these lock types and press Enter:
• To lock the projector's power button, select Child Lock. To turn the projector on, you must press
the power button for longer than three seconds.
Note: Child Lock does not prevent the projector from turning on when the power cord is
connected if the Direct Power On Setting is set to On.
• To lock all buttons except the power button, select Control Panel Lock. The lock icon is
displayed on the screen if any control panel buttons are pressed while this setting is enabled.
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You see a confirmation prompt.
5. Select Yes and press Enter.
6. Restart the projector for the lock settings to take effect.
Unlocking the Projector's Buttons
Parent topic: Adjusting Projector Features
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Unlocking the Projector's Buttons
If the projector's buttons have been locked, hold the Enter button on the projector's control panel for
seven seconds to unlock them.
Parent topic: Locking the Projector's Buttons
Saving Settings to Memory and Using Saved Settings
You can save customized settings for each of your video inputs and then select the saved settings
whenever you want to use them.
1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
2. Press the Menu button.
3. Select the Settings menu and press Enter.
4. Select the Memory menu and press Enter.
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You see this screen:
5. Select one of the following options:
• Load Memory: Overwrites your current settings with saved settings
• Save Memory: Saves your current settings to memory (10 memories with different names are
available)
Note: A memory name that has already been used is indicated by a green mark. Saving over a
previously saved memory overwrites the settings with your current settings.
• Erase Memory: Erases the selected memory settings
• Rename Memory: Renames a saved memory
6. Press Esc to exit.
Parent topic: Adjusting Projector Features
Related references
Projector Memory Options - Memory Menu
Saving the Lens Position and Using Saved Lens Positions
You can save the focus, zoom, and lens shift settings and then select the saved settings whenever you
want to use them.
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1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
2. Adjust the focus, zoom, and lens shift settings.
3. Press the Menu button.
Note: You can also press the Memory button on the remote control to access the Memory menu
directly.
4. Select the Memory menu and press Enter.
You see this screen:
5. Select one of the following options:
• Load Lens Position: Overwrites your current settings with saved settings
Note: You can load the saved settings from Memory1 or Memory2 by pressing the Lens1 or
Lens2 buttons on the remote control.
• Save Lens Position: Saves your current settings to memory (10 memories with different names
are available)
Note: A memory name that has already been used is indicated by a green mark. Saving over a
previously saved memory overwrites the settings with your current settings.
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• Erase Lens Position: Erases the selected memory settings
• Rename Lens Position: Renames a saved memory (12 characters maximum)
6. Press Esc to exit.
Parent topic: Adjusting Projector Features
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Using WirelessHD
You can use the included WirelessHD transmitter to wirelessly stream HD content from a video device to
the projector(PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e).
WirelessHD Transmission Range
WirelessHD Remote Control Operation
Connecting the WirelessHD Transmitter
Viewing WirelessHD Content
Switching WirelessHD Sources
Using the WirelessHD Picture in Picture Feature
WirelessHD Transmission Range
The WirelessHD Transmitter must be placed within the distance and angles shown here. Make sure the
front of the WirelessHD Transmitter faces the front of the projector.
Vertical (on surface)
1
16 feet (5 m)
2
32 feet (10 m)
3
35°
4
40°
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Vertical (inverted on ceiling)
1
16 feet (5 m)
2
32 feet (10 m)
3
45°
4
50°
Horizontal (when WiHD Mode is set to Full)
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1
16 feet (5 m)
2
32 feet (10 m)
3
70°
4
50°
Horizontal (when WiHD Mode is set to Dynamic)
1
16 feet (5 m)
2
32 feet (10 m)
3
85°
4
60°
When positioning the WirelessHD transmitter, note the following:
• The wireless transmission range varies depending on the placement and material of the furniture and
walls. The values provided here are for your reference only.
• The projector cannot communicate through walls.
• Place the WirelessHD transmitter on a wooden shelf or other location that does not block the signal.
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• The antennas are built into the front of the projector and the transmitter. Make sure the antennas face
each other when setting up the devices.
• When checking the signal, place the projector and WirelessHD Transmitter close to each other and
make sure there are no other projectors operating nearby.
• Depending on the signal strength, the image's color information may be automatically discarded to
avoid any interruptions and maintain a constant connection. To avoid any deterioration in image
quality, adjust the position of the transmitter so that the Reception setting is as strong as possible. If
no image is being input, the Reception setting displays 0%, even if the projector and transmitter are
connected.
Parent topic: Using WirelessHD
WirelessHD Remote Control Operation
The remote control lets you control the WirelessHD transmitter from almost anywhere in the room. You
must point the remote at the transmitter.
Make sure that you aim the remote control at the WirelessHD transmitter's remote receiver within the
distance and angles listed here.
Vertical
1
13 feet (4 m)
2
32 feet (10 m)
3
± 40°
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Horizontal
1
13 feet (4 m)
2
32 feet (10 m)
3
± 40°
Note: Avoid using the remote control in conditions with bright fluorescent lights or in direct sunlight, or
the projector may not respond to commands. If you will not use the remote control for a long time,
remove the batteries.
Parent topic: Using WirelessHD
Connecting the WirelessHD Transmitter
You can connect up to five HDMI input sources and one HDMI output source to your WirelessHD
transmitter.
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1. Plug the AC adapter into the AC input port on the WirelessHD transmitter and into an electrical
outlet.
2. Connect HDMI cables to your video devices and to the HDMI input ports on the side and back of the
WirelessHD transmitter.
Note: You can connect an MHL-compatible smartphone or tablet to the HDMI 5 / MHL (IN) port on
the WirelessHD Transmitter.
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3. To use the WirelessHD transmitter as a pass-through device to a television or other display, connect
an HDMI cable to the display device and to the HDMI (OUT) port on the back of the transmitter.
Parent topic: Using WirelessHD
Viewing WirelessHD Content
You can project content wirelessly from any device connected to the WirelessHD transmitter.
1. Turn on the video equipment or computer you connected to the transmitter and want to project from.
2. Press the power switch on the side of the transmitter to turn on the transmitter.
3. Turn on the projector.
4. Press the WirelessHD button on the remote control.
The WiHD light on the transmitter lights up and your projector displays content wirelessly.
Note: If the WirelessHD connection fails, press the Setup button on the bottom of the WirelessHD
transmitter and try again.
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Switching WirelessHD Sources
If you have connected multiple HDMI input sources to your WirelessHD transmitter, you can use the
projector remote control to switch between sources.
1. Aim the remote control at the WirelessHD transmitter.
2. Press the Input button on the remote control or the WirelessHD transmitter.
You see this screen:
3. Press the Input button repeatedly to highlight different input sources.
4. When you have highlighted the source you want to switch to, release the Input button.
After a few seconds, the display switches to the highlighted source.
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Using the WirelessHD Picture in Picture Feature
If you have connected multiple video sources to the WirelessHD transmitter, you can use the
transmitter's Picture in Picture (P-in-P) feature to wirelessly project images from two separate sources at
the same time. This feature is independent of any Picture-in-Picture capabilities of your projector.
1. Make sure that the WirelessHD source is selected.
2. Point the remote at the WirelessHD transmitter and press the P-in-P button in the WiHD Transmitter
section of the remote control.
3. Do the following to control the P-in-P display:
• Press the Input button on the remote control or the WirelessHD transmitter to change the video
source displayed in the sub-screen. Keep pressing the button to cycle through the connected
video devices.
• Press the Output button on the remote control or the WirelessHD transmitter to change the
position of the sub-screen. The screen moves counterclockwise from corner to corner each time
you press the Output button.
• Press and hold the P-in-P button on the remote control to switch the sources shown in the main
display and the sub-screen.
4. When you are finished using Picture in Picture, press the WirelessHD P-in-P button on the remote
control to resume normal projection.
Parent topic: Using WirelessHD
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Adjusting the Menu Settings
Follow the instructions in these sections to access the projector menu system and change projector
settings.
Using the Projector's Menus
Image Quality Settings - Image Menu
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Projector Memory Options - Memory Menu
Projector Information Display - Info Menu
Projector Reset Options - Reset Menu
Using the Projector's Menus
You can use the projector's menus to adjust the settings that control how your projector works. The
projector displays the menus on the screen.
1. Press the Menu button on the control panel or remote control.
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You see the menu screen displaying the Image menu settings.
2. Press the up or down arrow button to move through the menus listed on the left. The settings for
each menu are displayed on the right.
Note: The available settings depend on the current input source.
3. To change settings in the displayed menu, press Enter.
4. Press the up or down arrow button to move through the settings.
5. Change the settings using the buttons listed on the bottom of the menu screens.
6. To return all the menu settings to their default values, select Reset.
7. When you finish changing settings on a menu, press Esc.
8. Press Menu or Esc to exit the menus.
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Image Quality Settings - Image Menu
Settings on the Image menu let you adjust the quality of your image for the input source you are currently
using. The available settings depend on the currently selected input source.
To change settings for an input source, make sure the source is connected and select that source.
Setting
Options
Description
Color Mode
Dynamic
Adjusts the vividness of image
colors for various image types
and environments
Living Room
Natural
Not all Color Modes are available
on all models.
THX
Cinema
Digital Cinema (PowerLite Pro
Cinema LS10000)
Adobe RGB (PowerLite Pro
Cinema LS10000)
3D Dynamic
3D Cinema
3D THX
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Setting
Options
Description
Brightness
Varying levels available
Lightens or darkens the overall
image
Contrast
Varying levels available
Adjusts the difference between
light and dark areas of the image
Color Saturation
Varying levels available
Adjusts the intensity of the image
colors.
Tint
Varying levels available
Adjusts the balance of green to
magenta tones in the image.
Sharpness
Standard:
Adjusts the sharpness or
softness of image details
Varying levels available
Advanced:
Thin Line Enhancement
Thick Line Enhancement
Vert. Line Enhancement
Horiz. Line Enhancement
Color Temp. (color temperature) –3 to 6 (10 increments)
or
5000K to 10000K
Skin Tone
Varying levels available
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Sets the overall color tone; higher
values tint the image blue and
lower values tint the image red;
for certain color modes, the
settings change to 5000K 10000K
Makes fine adjustments to the
color tone; higher values tint the
image green and lower values
tint the image red
Setting
Options
Description
Advanced
Gamma
Selects various detailed color
settings
RGB
RGBCMY
EPSON Super White
Color Gamut
Gamma: adjusts the gamma
levels of the image. Select
Customized to adjust the
gamma while viewing the image
or a graph.
RGB: adjusts the dark areas
(Offset) and bright areas (Gain)
of the image for each color
RGBCMY: adjusts the hue,
saturation, and brightness for
each color
EPSON Super White: reduces
over-exposure of whites in your
image; can be set only when
Color Mode is set to certain color
modes
Color Gamut: selects the color
gamut that matches the current
video standard (HDTV, EBU, or
SMPTE-C)
Power Consumption
High or Extra Bright
Medium or Normal
Selects the brightness mode of
the projector
High: sets maximum brightness
ECO
Medium: sets reduced
brightness
ECO: reduces brightness and fan
noise, and saves power and laser
life
If you set the Color Mode to THX,
the options change to Extra
Bright, Normal, and ECO.
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Setting
Options
Description
Dynamic Contrast
Off
Adjusts the luminance of the
image to improve contrast by
tracking changes in image
brightness
Normal
High Speed
Lens Iris
Varying levels available
Adjusts the contrast of the image
by controlling the amount of light
entering the lens
Note: The Brightness setting does not affect laser brightness. To change the laser brightness mode,
use the Power Consumption setting.
Parent topic: Adjusting the Menu Settings
Related tasks
Changing the Color Mode
Adjusting the Lens Iris
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
Normally the projector detects and optimizes the input signal settings automatically. If you need to
customize the settings, you can use the Signal menu. The available settings depend on the currently
selected input source.
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To change settings for an input source, make sure the source is connected and select that source.
Setting
Options
Description
3D Setup
3D Display
Selects various 3D options for 3D
image sources
2D-to-3D Conversion
3D Format
3D Depth
3D Display: enables 3D mode
2D-to-3D Conversion: converts
2D images to 3D
Diagonal Screen Size
Inverse 3D Glasses
3D Viewing Notice
Note: When using 2D-to-3D
Conversion, set 3D Format to
Auto or 2D.
3D Format: selects the 3D
format
3D Depth: sets the depth for the
3D image
Diagonal Screen Size: selects
the actual size of the screen to
maximize the 3D effect
Inverse 3D Glasses: reverses
the images projected for the left
and right eyes (enable only if 3D
images do not display correctly)
3D Viewing Notice: enables the
viewing notice displayed when
using 3D mode
Aspect
See the list of available aspect
ratios
Sets the aspect ratio (width-toheight ratio) for the selected input
source
Tracking
Varying levels available
Adjusts signal to eliminate
vertical stripes in computer
images from the PC input port
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Setting
Options
Description
Sync.
Varying levels available
Adjusts signal to eliminate
fuzziness or flickering in
computer images; for best
results, adjust the Tracking
setting before adjusting the Sync
setting to improve the accuracy
of the adjustments.
Position
Up, down, left, right
Adjusts the image location on the
screen
Deinterlacing
Off
Sets whether to convert
interlaced-to-progressive signals
for certain video image types
Video
Film/Auto
Off: for fast-moving video images
Video: for most video images
Film/Auto: for movies, computer
graphics, and animation
Motion Detection
1 to 5
Selects how the image is
converted to a progressive
signal; if you experience
problems with still image quality
or flickering video, select a lower
setting for still images or a higher
setting for fast-moving video
content.)
Frame Interpolation
Off
Smooths fast moving video by
comparing consecutive frames
and inserting an intermediate
frame between them
Low
Normal
High
Super-resolution (PowerLite
Pro Cinema LS9600e)
0 to 5
Sharpens blurred images
resulting from increasing
resolution
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Setting
Options
Super-resolution/4K (PowerLite Off
Pro Cinema LS10000)
1 to 5
Description
Sharpens blurred images
resulting from increasing
resolution
4K-1 to 4K-5
Super-resolution (1 to 5);
reduces blurring when the image
resolution is increased to
1920 × 1080
4K Enhancement (4K-1 to 4K-5);
projects 4K images
(3840 × 2160), employing superresolution processing to create
ultra-high-definition video images
Cannot be set when a 4K or
computer image is selected
Detail Enhancement
Range
Strength
Enhances details to create clear
outlines;
Range: higher settings increase
the affected area around the
outline
Strength: higher settings create
a stronger effect
Auto Setup
On
Automatically optimizes
computer image quality
Off
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Setting
Options
Description
Advanced
Noise Reduction
Noise Reduction: reduces
flickering in analog images in
three levels
Setup Level
Overscan
HDMI Video Range
Image Processing
Setup Level: adjusts the level at
which dark areas of the image
are rendered black; leave this
setting at 0% for most video
equipment; check your video
equipment specifications to verify
the correct setting
Overscan: changes the
projected image ratio to make the
edges visible by a selectable
percentage or automatically
HDMI Video Range: sets the
video range to match the setting
of the device connected to the
HDMI input port
Image Processing: adjusts how
images are processed; select
Fast to display images quicker;
select Fine to display images in
higher quality
Note: The Reset setting does not reset the Diagonal Screen Size, 3D Viewing Notice, Aspect, and
Image Processing settings.
Parent topic: Adjusting the Menu Settings
Related concepts
Image Aspect Ratio
Related tasks
Changing the Super-resolution Setting
Changing the Super-resolution/4K Enhancement Setting
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Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Options on the Settings menu let you customize various projector features.
Setting
Options
Description
Keystone
Varying levels available
Adjusts vertical image shape to
rectangular
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Setting
Options
Description
HDMI Link
Device Connections
Adjusts the HDMI Link options
that allow the projector remote to
control HDMI-connected devices
that support the CEC standard
HDMI Link
Power On Link
Power Off Link
Device Connections: lists the
devices connected to the HDMI1
and HDMI2 ports
HDMI Link: enables or disables
the HDMI Link function
Power On Link: controls what
happens when you turn on the
projector or a linked device
• PJ -> Device or Bidirectional:
turns on the linked device
when the projector is turned on
• Device -> PJ or Bidirectional:
turns on the projector when the
linked device is turned on
Power Off Link: controls
whether linked devices are
turned off when the projector is
turned off
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Setting
Options
Description
WirelessHD
Device Connections
(PowerLite Pro Cinema
LS9600e)
WirelessHD
Device Connections: displays a
list of available WirelessHD
devices
Reception
WiHD Mode
WirelessHD: controls whether
the projector receives
WirelessHD signals
Reception: displays the strength
of the WirelessHD signal
WiHD Mode: adjusts the
WirelessHD signal strength and
range
• Full: uses the maximum video
bandwidth at all times
• Dynamic: provides extended
signal range while adjusting
the video bandwidth in real
time; if your WirelessHD signal
is weak, try changing the
WiHD Mode to Dynamic
Lock Setting
Lens Lock
Child Lock
Control Panel Lock
Controls projector button locking
to secure the projector
Lens Lock: locks the focus,
zoom, and lens shift settings
Child Lock: locks the power
button
Control Panel Lock: locks all
buttons except the power button
Projection
Front
Front/Ceiling
Rear
Rear/Ceiling
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Selects the way the projector
faces the screen so the image is
oriented correctly
Setting
Options
Description
User Button
2D-to-3D Conversion
(PowerLite Pro Cinema
LS10000)
3D Depth
Assigns a menu option to the
User button on the remote
control for one-touch access
Inverse 3D Glasses
Power Consumption
Detail Enhancement
Info
Picture in Picture
See the list of available Picture in Adjusts the size and location of
Picture options
the sub-screen, swaps sources
and exits Picture in Picture mode
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Setting
Options
Description
Operation
Direct Power On
Selects various operation options
Sleep Mode
Direct Power On: lets you turn
on the projector without pressing
the power button
Illumination
Trigger Out
High Altitude Mode
Lens Adjustment Mode
Sleep Mode: automatically
places the projector in standby
mode after an interval of inactivity
Illumination: turns off the lights
on the projector
Trigger Out: outputs a DC 12V
signal from the 3.5 mm mini-jack
Trigger Out 1 and Trigger Out 2
ports whenever the projector is
turned on; the Anamorphic
Wide option outputs voltage to
both Trigger Out ports when
Aspect is set to Anamorphic
Wide or Horiz. Squeeze
High Altitude Mode: regulates
the projector’s operating
temperature at altitudes above
4921 feet (1500 m)
Lens Adjustment Mode: adjusts
the amount of lens movement for
the focus, zoom, and lens shift
adjustments when pressing the
arrow buttons; lower numbers
reduce the amount of movement,
and higher numbers increase the
amount of movement per button
press
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Setting
Options
Description
Display
Menu Position
Selects various display options
Menu Color
Menu Position: adjusts the
location where the menu is
displayed
Messages
Display Background
Startup Screen
Standby Confirmation
Menu Color: selects the color of
the menu
Messages: controls whether
messages are displayed on the
screen
Display Background: selects
the screen color or logo to
display when no signal is
received
Startup Screen: controls
whether a special screen
appears when the projector starts
up
Standby Confirmation: displays
a confirmation message after
pressing the Standby button on
the remote control
Input Signal
Video Signal
Component
Selects the input signals for
certain ports
Video Signal: specifies the
signal type from input sources
connected to the Video port or
select Auto to detect the signal
automatically
Component: specifies the signal
type from input sources
connected to the Component
port or select Auto to detect the
signal automatically
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Setting
Options
Description
Panel Alignment
Panel Alignment
Corrects color misalignment in
the projected image
Select Color
Pattern Color
Start Adjustments
Panel Alignment: enables
adjustments for color
convergence (the alignment of
the red and blue colors in the
projected image)
Select Color: specifies the color
convergence to correct
Pattern Color: specifies the
color pattern used during panel
alignment
Start Adjustments: starts the
Panel Alignment feature
Language
Various languages available
Selects the language for
projector menu and message
displays (not changed by Reset
option)
Note: The Reset setting does not reset the following settings: Power On Link, Power Off Link,
Projection, User Button, Standby Mode, High Altitude Mode, Component, or Language.
Parent topic: Adjusting the Menu Settings
Related concepts
Projector Placement
Related tasks
Adjusting Keystone with the Control Panel
Locking the Projector's Buttons
Using Picture in Picture
Related topics
Using WirelessHD
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Projector Memory Options - Memory Menu
Your projector comes with 10 memory locations where you can save customized settings to obtain the
best picture quality for each of your video inputs.
Setting
Description
Load Memory
Displays the list of customized settings entries that you have
created; select an entry and press Enter on the remote control to
load it
Save Memory
Saves the current projector settings to the projector's memory
Erase Memory
Displays the list of customized settings entries that you have
created; select an entry and press Enter on the remote control to
erase it
Rename Memory
Displays the list of customized settings entries that you have
created; select an entry and press Enter on the remote control to
rename it
Load Lens Position
Loads lens adjustment values saved with the Save Lens Position
setting
Save Lens Position
Saves the focus, zoom, and lens shift adjustments as a lens
position entry
Erase Lens Position
Deletes the saved lens position entry
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Setting
Description
Rename Lens Position
Renames a saved lens position entry
Parent topic: Adjusting the Menu Settings
Related tasks
Saving Settings to Memory and Using Saved Settings
Projector Information Display - Info Menu
You can display information about the projector and input sources by viewing the Info menu. However,
you cannot change any settings in the menu.
Note: Available settings depend on the current input source. The laser usage timer does not register any
hours until you have used the laser for at least 10 hours.
Information item
Description
Operation Hours
Displays the number of hours (H) the laser has been used
Source
Displays the name of the port to which the current input source is
connected
Input Signal
Displays the input signal setting of the current input source
Resolution
Displays the resolution of the current input source
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Information item
Description
Scan Mode
Displays the scan mode
Refresh Rate
Displays the refresh rate of the current input source
3D Format
Displays the 3D format of the signal (Frame Packing, Side-by-Side,
or Top and Bottom)
Sync Info
Displays information that may be needed by a service technician
Deep Color
Displays Deep Color bit depth information
Video Signal
Displays the video signal format of the current input source
Status
Displays information about projector problems that may be needed
by a service technician
Serial Number
Displays the projector's serial number
Version
Displays the projector's firmware version
Parent topic: Adjusting the Menu Settings
Projector Reset Options - Reset Menu
You can reset most of the projector settings to their default values using the Reset All option on the
Reset menu.
You can reset all memory entries using the Reset Memory option.
You can erase all saved lens position entries using the Reset Lens Position option.
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You cannot reset the following settings using the Reset All option:
• Input Signal - Component
• Panel Alignment
• Language
• Memory settings
• Saved lens position settings
• Operation Hours
Parent topic: Adjusting the Menu Settings
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Maintaining and Transporting the Projector
Follow the instructions in these sections to maintain your projector and transport it from place to place.
Projector Maintenance
Transporting the Projector
Projector Maintenance
Your projector needs little maintenance to keep working at its best.
You may need to clean the lens periodically, and clean the air filter and air vents to prevent the projector
from overheating due to blocked ventilation.
The only parts you should replace are the air filter and remote control batteries. If any other part needs
replacing, contact Epson or an authorized Epson servicer.
This projector uses a sealed laser light source which does not need servicing and cannot be replaced.
Warning: Before cleaning any part of the projector, turn it off and unplug the power cord. Never open
any cover on the projector, except as specifically explained in this manual. Dangerous electrical voltages
in the projector can injure you severely.
Warning: Do not try to service this product yourself, except as specifically explained in this manual.
Refer all other servicing to qualified servicers.
Cleaning the Lens
Cleaning the 3D Glasses
Cleaning the Projector Case
Air Filter and Vent Maintenance
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries
Parent topic: Maintaining and Transporting the Projector
Cleaning the Lens
Do not touch the projector lens. If the lens needs to be cleaned, contact Epson support.
Parent topic: Projector Maintenance
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Cleaning the 3D Glasses
To remove dust, dirt, smudges, or fingerprints from the glasses, use a lint-free cloth.
Note: Unplug any charging cables from the glasses before cleaning them.
Caution: Do not use paper towels or any other abrasive materials to clean the glasses.
Parent topic: Projector Maintenance
Cleaning the Projector Case
Before cleaning the projector case, turn off the projector and unplug the power cord.
• To remove dust or dirt, use a soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
• To remove stubborn dirt, use a soft cloth moistened with water and mild soap. Do not spray liquid
directly on the projector.
Caution: Do not use wax, alcohol, benzine, paint thinner, or other chemicals to clean the projector
case. These can damage the case. Do not use canned air, or the gases may leave a residue.
Parent topic: Projector Maintenance
Air Filter and Vent Maintenance
Regular filter maintenance is important to maintaining your projector. Your Epson projector is designed
with an easily accessible, user-replaceable filter to protect your projector and make regular maintenance
simple. Filter maintenance intervals will depend on the environment.
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If regular maintenance is not performed, your Epson projector will notify you when the temperature
inside the projector has reached a high level. Do not wait until this warning appears to maintain your
projector filter as prolonged exposure to high temperatures may reduce the life of your projector or laser.
Damage due to the failure to properly maintain the projector or its filter may not be covered by the
projector's Limited Warranty.
Cleaning the Air Filter
Replacing the Air Filter
Parent topic: Projector Maintenance
Related references
Projector Light Status
Cleaning the Air Filter
You need to clean the projector's air filter in the following situations:
• The filter or vents get dusty.
• You see a message telling you to clean it.
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord.
2. Remove the cable cover if it is attached.
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3. Press and hold the tab on the air filter cover, and pull to open the cover.
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4. Pull the air filter out of the projector.
5. Tap each side of the air filter 4 to 5 times to shake off any excess dust.
Caution: Do not use excessive force when tapping the air filter, or it may crack and become
unusable. Do not rinse the air filter in water, or use any detergent or solvent to clean it. Do not use
canned air; the gases may leave a residue, or push dust and debris into the projector's optics or
other sensitive areas.
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6. Vacuum the front of the air filter (the side with the tabs) to remove any remaining dust.
Note: If dust is difficult to remove or the air filter is damaged, replace the air filter.
7. Place the air filter back in the projector as shown.
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8. Close the air filter cover and press until it clicks into place.
9. Replace the cable cover if necessary.
Parent topic: Air Filter and Vent Maintenance
Replacing the Air Filter
You need to replace the air filter in the following situations:
• After cleaning the air filter, you see a message telling you to clean or replace it
• The air filter is torn or damaged
You can replace the air filter while the projector is mounted to the ceiling or placed on a table.
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord.
2. Remove the cable cover, if necessary.
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3. Press and hold the tab on the air filter cover, and pull to open the cover.
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4. Pull the air filter out of the projector.
Note: Air filters contain polypropylene. Dispose of used air filters according to local regulations.
5. Place the new air filter in the projector as shown.
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6. Close the air filter cover and press until it clicks into place.
7. Replace the cable cover, if necessary.
Parent topic: Air Filter and Vent Maintenance
Related references
Optional Equipment and Replacement Parts
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries
The remote control uses two AA manganese or alkaline batteries. Replace the batteries as soon as they
run out.
Caution: Use only the type of batteries specified in this manual. Do not install batteries of different types,
or mix new and old batteries.
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1. Remove the battery cover as shown.
2. Remove the old batteries.
Warning: If the battery fluid has leaked, wipe it away with a soft cloth and avoid getting the fluid on
your hands. If it gets on your hands, wash them immediately to avoid injury.
3. Insert the batteries with the + and – ends facing as shown.
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4. Replace the battery cover and press it down until it clicks into place.
Warning: Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations. Do not expose batteries to heat
or flame. Keep batteries out of the reach of children; they are choking hazards and are very
dangerous if swallowed.
Parent topic: Projector Maintenance
Transporting the Projector
The projector contains precision parts, some of which are glass. Follow these guidelines to transport,
ship, or store the projector safely:
• Remove any equipment connected to the projector.
• When transporting the projector a long distance or as checked luggage, pack it in a firm box with
cushioning around it and mark the box "Fragile."
• When shipping the projector for repairs, place it in its original packing materials, if possible, or use
equivalent materials with cushioning around the projector. Mark the box "Fragile."
Note: Epson shall not be liable for any damages incurred during transportation.
Parent topic: Maintaining and Transporting the Projector
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Solving Problems
Check the solutions in these sections if you have any problems using the projector.
Projection Problem Tips
Projector Light Status
Solving Image Problems
Solving Projector or Remote Control Operation Problems
Solving Network Problems
Where to Get Help
Projection Problem Tips
If the projector is not working properly, try turning it off and unplugging it. Then plug it back in and turn it
on.
If this does not solve the problem, check the following:
• The lights on the projector may indicate what the problem is.
• The solutions in this manual can help you solve many problems.
If none of these solutions help, you can contact Epson for technical support.
Parent topic: Solving Problems
Projector Light Status
The lights on the projector indicate the projector status and let you know when a problem occurs. Check
the status and color of the lights and look for a solution in the table here.
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1
Temp light
2
Laser light
3
Status light
4
Power light
Power light
Status light
Laser light Temp light
Status and solution
Blue
Blue
Off
Normal operation or standby (with
Communication On)
Off
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Power light
Status light
Laser light Temp light
Status and solution
Blue
Flashing blue
Off
Warming up; wait for an image to
appear
Off
or
Shutting down; when the Status light
stops flashing, you can unplug the
projector
Off
Off
Off
Off
Standby or sleep mode
Blue
Off
Off
Off
Standby (with Communication On)
or WirelessHD standby (PowerLite
Pro Cinema LS9600e)
Flashing blue
Varies
Varies
Flashing
orange
Projector is too hot
• Make sure that the vents and air
filter are not clogged with dust or
obstructed by nearby objects
• Clean or replace the air filter
• Make sure the environmental
temperature is not too hot
Off
Flashing blue
Off
Orange
Projector has overheated and turned
off; leave it turned off until it cools
down, then do the following:
• Make sure that the vents and air
filter are not clogged with dust or
obstructed by nearby objects
• Clean or replace the air filter
• If the problem persists, unplug the
projector and contact Epson for
help
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Power light
Status light
Laser light Temp light
Status and solution
Off
Flashing blue
Orange
Laser has a problem or failed to turn
on
Off
• Clean or replace the air filter
• If operating the projector at high
altitude, turn on High Altitude
Mode
• If the problem persists, unplug the
projector and contact Epson for
help
Off
Flashing blue
Off
Flashing
orange
A fan or sensor has a problem; turn
the projector off, unplug it, and
contact Epson for help
Off
Flashing blue
Flashing
orange
Flashing
orange
Cinema filter, static iris, or lens
shutter error; turn the projector off,
unplug it, and contact Epson for help
Off
Flashing blue
Orange
Orange
Laser driver error; turn the projector
off, unplug it, and contact Epson for
help
Off
Flashing blue
Flashing
orange
Off
Internal projector error; turn the
projector off, unplug it, and contact
Epson for help
Flashing blue
Flashing blue
Flashing
orange
Flashing
orange
Fatal error; turn the projector off,
unplug it, and contact Epson for help
Note: If the lights display a pattern not listed in the table above, turn the projector off, unplug it, and
contact Epson for help.
Parent topic: Solving Problems
Related tasks
Cleaning the Air Filter
Replacing the Air Filter
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Solving Image Problems
Check the solutions in these sections if you have any problems with projected images.
Solutions When No Image Appears
Solutions When "No Signal" Message Appears
Solutions When "Not Supported" Message Appears
Solutions When Only a Partial Image Appears
Solutions When the Image is Not Rectangular
Solutions When the Image Contains Noise or Static
Solutions When the Image is Fuzzy or Blurry
Solutions When the Image Brightness or Colors are Incorrect
Solutions to Panel Alignment Problems
Solutions When a 3D Image Does Not Display Correctly
Solutions When a WirelessHD Source Does Not Display Correctly
Parent topic: Solving Problems
Related references
Projector Light Status
Solutions When No Image Appears
If no image appears, try the following solutions:
• Press the Blank button on the remote control to see if the image was temporarily turned off.
• Make sure all necessary cables are securely connected and the power is on for the projector and
connected video sources.
• Press the projector's power button to wake it from standby or sleep mode. Also see if your connected
computer is in sleep mode or displaying a blank screen saver.
• Press the Menu button. If the projector menu is able to display, there may be a problem with the
connected video source, cable connection, or port.
• Check the settings on the Signal menu to make sure they are correct for the current video source.
• Check the Display setting to make sure Messages is set to On.
• If the projector does not respond when you press the control panel buttons, the buttons may be
locked. Unlock the buttons.
• For images projected with Windows Media Center, reduce the screen size from full screen mode.
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• For images projected from applications using Windows DirectX, turn off DirectX functions.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related references
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
Solutions When "No Signal" Message Appears
If the "No Signal" message appears, try the following solutions:
• Press the Source button on the projector repeatedly to cycle through the available sources. Wait a
few seconds for an image to appear.
• Turn on the connected computer or video source, and press its play button to begin your presentation,
if necessary.
• Check the connection from the projector to your video sources.
• If you are projecting from a laptop computer, make sure it is set up to display on an external monitor.
• If necessary, turn the projector and the connected computer or video source off and then on again.
• If the other solutions do not solve the problem, reset all of the settings using the Reset menu.
Displaying From a PC Laptop
Displaying From a Mac Laptop
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related tasks
Selecting an Image Source
Displaying From a PC Laptop
If you see the "No Signal" message when you display from a PC laptop, you need to set up the laptop to
display on an external monitor.
1. Hold down the laptop's Fn key and press the key labelled with a monitor icon or CRT/LCD. (See
your laptop manual for details.) Wait a few seconds for an image to appear.
2. To display on both the laptop's monitor and the projector, try pressing the same keys again.
3. If the same image is not displayed by the laptop and projector, check the Windows Display utility to
make sure the external monitor port is enabled and extended desktop mode is disabled. (See your
computer or Windows manual for instructions.)
4. If necessary, check your video card settings and set the multiple display option to Mirror or
Duplicate.
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Parent topic: Solutions When "No Signal" Message Appears
Displaying From a Mac Laptop
If you see the "No Signal" message when you display from a Mac laptop, you need to set up the laptop
for mirrored display. (See your laptop manual for details.)
1. Open the System Preferences utility and select Displays.
2. Click the Arrangement tab.
3. Select the Mirror Displays checkbox.
Parent topic: Solutions When "No Signal" Message Appears
Solutions When "Not Supported" Message Appears
If the "Not Supported" message appears, try the following solutions:
• Make sure the correct input signal is selected on the Settings menu.
• Make sure the computer's display resolution does not exceed the projector's resolution and frequency
limit. If necessary, select a different display resolution for your computer. (See your computer manual
for details.)
• As a test, try setting the computer's display resolution to the lowest possible setting, and then
gradually increase it as necessary.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Solutions When Only a Partial Image Appears
If only a partial computer image appears, try the following solutions:
• Press the Aspect button on the remote control to select a different image aspect ratio.
• Check the cables connecting the computer or video source to the projector. Try connecting different
cables.
• Check your computer display settings to disable dual display and set the resolution within the
projector's limits. (See your computer manual for details.)
• Check the resolution assigned to your presentation files to see if they are created for a different
resolution than you are projecting in. (See your software help for details.)
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
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Related tasks
Changing the Image Aspect Ratio
Solutions When the Image is Not Rectangular
If the projected image is not evenly rectangular, try the following solutions:
• Place the projector directly in front of the center of the screen, facing it squarely, if possible.
• Adjust the image shape using the Keystone menu setting.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related tasks
Adjusting Keystone with the Control Panel
Solutions When the Image Contains Noise or Static
If the projected image seems to contain electronic interference (noise) or static, try the following
solutions:
• Check the cables connecting your computer or video source to the projector. They should be:
• Separated from the power cord to prevent interference
• Securely connected at both ends
• Not connected to an extension cable
• No longer than 10 feet (3 m) for VGA/computer cables or 24 feet (7.3 m) for HDMI cables
• Check the settings on the projector's Signal menu to make sure they match the video source.
• Select a computer video resolution and refresh rate that are compatible with the projector.
• If you are projecting from a computer, display a uniformly patterned image on the screen and manually
adjust the Tracking and Sync settings.
• If you adjusted the image shape using the projector controls, try decreasing the Sharpness setting to
improve image quality.
• If you connected an extension power cable, try projecting without it to see if it caused interference in
the signal.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related references
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
Image Quality Settings - Image Menu
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Solutions When the Image is Fuzzy or Blurry
If the projected image is fuzzy or blurry, try the following solutions:
• Adjust the image focus.
• Check the lens for condensation.
Note: To avoid condensation on the lens after bringing the projector in from a cold environment, let the
projector warm up to room temperature before using it.
• Position the projector close enough to the screen, and directly in front of it.
• If you are projecting from a computer, use a lower resolution.
• Turn off any keystone correction and disable the Quick Corner setting.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related references
Image Quality Settings - Image Menu
Related tasks
Focusing the Image with the Lens Button
Solutions When the Image Brightness or Colors are Incorrect
If the projected image is too dark or light, or the colors are incorrect, try the following solutions:
• Press the Color Mode button on the remote control to try different color modes for the image and
environment.
• Check your video source settings.
• Adjust the available settings on the Image menu for the current input source, such as Brightness,
Contrast, Tint, Advanced, and Color Saturation.
• Make sure all the cables are securely connected to the projector and your video device. If you
connected long cables, try connecting shorter cables.
• If you are using the ECO Power Consumption setting, try selecting High in the projector's menus.
• Position the projector close enough to the screen.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related references
Image Quality Settings - Image Menu
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Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Related tasks
Changing the Color Mode
Solutions to Panel Alignment Problems
If the panel alignment does not result in a satisfactory picture, try the following solutions:
• Make sure the Projection setting matches the installation position.
• Make sure the projection surface is not colored or textured. Project on a white surface with no texture.
• Leave the projector on for a while before making adjustments to the panel alignment.
• The projected image size should be at least 60 inches (152 cm).
• If the image contains too much magenta, adjust the red and blue panels.
• If the pattern lines look fuzzy or out of focus, adjust the focus before shifting the panel alignment.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related tasks
Focusing the Image with the Lens Button
Changing the Projection Mode Using the Menus
Adjusting the Color Convergence (Panel Alignment)
Solutions When a 3D Image Does Not Display Correctly
If a 3D image does not display correctly, try the following solutions:
• Press the 2D/3D button on the remote control to switch to 3D mode, if necessary. You can also
activate 3D mode by setting the 3D Display setting on the Signal menu to On.
• Make sure your video device and media are both 3D-compatible. Refer to the documentation that
came with your video device for more information.
• Make sure you are using an HDMI cable that supports 3D signals.
• Make sure you selected the correct 3D Format setting on the Signal menu. Normally this should be
set to Auto, but in some cases you may need to select a different setting to match the 3D signal from
your video device.
• Make sure you are using RF 3D active shutter glasses. You can purchase them from Epson.
• Make sure your 3D glasses are turned on and fully charged. If the glasses have entered standby
mode, slide the power switch on the glasses to the Off position and then back to the On position.
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• Make sure your 3D glasses are paired with the projector.
• Adjust the 3D Depth setting on the Signal menu.
• Make sure you are within the 3D viewing range.
• Avoid using the projector near wireless networks, microwave ovens, 2.4 GHz cordless phones, or
other devices that use the 2.4 GHz frequency band. These devices can interfere with the signal
between the projector and the 3D glasses.
• If the other solutions do not not solve the problem, change the Inverse 3D Glasses setting on the
Signal menu. Return the setting to its original value if changing it does not solve the problem.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
Related references
Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu
Related tasks
Viewing 3D Images
Solutions When a WirelessHD Source Does Not Display Correctly
If a WirelessHD source does not display correctly, try the following solutions:
• Make sure WirelessHD is selected as the image source on the projector.
• Open the WirelessHD reception monitor in the Settings menu and check the strength of the
WirelessHD signal. If the signal is weak, you may need to move the transmitter closer to the projector
or remove any large objects located between the transmitter and the projector.
• Make sure that your projector is connected to the correct WirelessHD device. It can take up to 30
seconds for a signal to sync and appear after connecting.
• You may need to reset the WirelessHD connection. Turn off both the WirelessHD transmitter and the
projector. Start playback on your video device, then turn on the WirelessHD transmitter and the
projector. Wait 10 seconds, then press the Setup button on the bottom of the transmitter.
• Make sure the WirelessHD transmitter is within 32 feet (10 m) of the projector, isn’t obstructed by any
large objects, and is not placed on a metal surface.
• If the green and orange lights on the transmitter are flashing, the unit may be overheating. Make sure
the vents on the back of the transmitter are not blocked and that the room temperature does not
exceed 95 °F (35 °C).
• If you are viewing wireless content, make sure that the WiHD light on the transmitter is on. If it is off,
press the Output button on the remote control or transmitter.
Parent topic: Solving Image Problems
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Solving Projector or Remote Control Operation Problems
Check the solutions in these sections if you have problems operating the projector or remote control.
Solutions to Projector Power or Shut-Off Problems
Solutions to Problems with the Remote Control
Parent topic: Solving Problems
Solutions to Projector Power or Shut-Off Problems
If the projector does not come on when you press the power button or it shuts off unexpectedly, try the
following solutions:
• Make sure the power cord is securely connected to the projector and to a working electrical outlet.
• The projector's buttons may be locked for security. Unlock the buttons or use the remote control to
turn on the projector.
• If the projector's laser shuts off unexpectedly, it may have entered standby mode after a period of
inactivity. Press the power button to wake the projector.
• If the projector's laser shuts off, the Status light is flashing blue, and the Temp light is orange, the
projector has overheated and shut off. Check the solutions for this light status.
• If the power button on the remote control does not turn on the projector, check its batteries and make
sure the Remote Receiver setting is turned on in the projector's menu, if available.
• Make sure Sleep Mode is not enabled.
• The power cord may be defective. Disconnect the cord and contact Epson.
Parent topic: Solving Projector or Remote Control Operation Problems
Related references
Projector Feature Settings - Settings Menu
Projector Light Status
Related tasks
Unlocking the Projector's Buttons
Solutions to Problems with the Remote Control
If the projector does not respond to remote control commands, try the following solutions:
• Check that the remote control batteries are installed correctly and have power. If necessary, replace
the batteries.
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• Make sure you are operating the remote control within the reception angle and range of the projector.
• Make sure the projector is not warming up or shutting down.
• Check to see if a button on the remote control is stuck down, causing it to enter sleep mode. Release
the button to wake the remote control up.
• Strong fluorescent lighting, direct sunlight, or infrared device signals may be interfering with the
projector's remote receivers. Dim the lights or move the projector away from the sun or interfering
equipment.
• If available, turn off one of the remote receivers in the projector's menu system, or check if all the
remote receivers were turned off.
• If you assigned an ID number to the remote control to operate multiple projectors, you may need to
check or change the ID setting (feature not available with all projectors).
• If you lose the remote control, you can order another one from Epson.
Parent topic: Solving Projector or Remote Control Operation Problems
Related references
Remote Control Operation
Related tasks
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries
Solving Network Problems
Check the solutions in these sections if you have problems using the projector on a network.
Solutions When Network Alert E-Mails are Not Received
Solutions When You Cannot Access the Projector Through the Web
Parent topic: Solving Problems
Solutions When Network Alert E-Mails are Not Received
If you do not receive an e-mail alerting you to problems with a projector over the network, try the
following solutions:
• Make sure the projector is turned on and connected to the network correctly. (If an error shut down the
projector, it cannot send an e-mail.)
• Make sure you set up the projector e-mail alert settings correctly on the projector's network Mail menu
or in the network software.
Parent topic: Solving Network Problems
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Related tasks
Setting Up Projector Network E-Mail Alerts
Solutions When You Cannot Access the Projector Through the Web
If you are unable to access the projector through a web browser, make sure you are using the correct ID
and password, which are case sensitive.
• For the user ID, enter EPSONWEB. (You cannot change the user ID.)
• For the password, enter the password set in the projector's Network menu. The default password is
admin.
• Make sure you have access to the network the projector is on.
Note: The user ID and password are case sensitive.
Parent topic: Solving Network Problems
Where to Get Help
If you need to contact Epson for technical support services, use the following support options.
Internet Support
Visit Epson's support website at epson.com/support (U.S.) or epson.ca/support (Canada) for solutions to
common problems with your projector. You can download utilities and documentation, get FAQs and
troubleshooting advice, or e-mail Epson with your questions.
Speak to a Support Representative
To use the Epson PrivateLine Support service, call (800) 637-7661. This service is available for the
duration of your warranty period. You may also speak with a projector support specialist by dialing (562)
276-4394 (U.S.) or (905) 709-3839 (Canada).
Support hours are 6 AM to 8 PM, Pacific Time, Monday through Friday and 7 AM to 4 PM, Pacific Time,
Saturday.
Days and hours of support are subject to change without notice. Toll or long distance charges may
apply.
Before you call, have the following information ready:
• Product name
• Product serial number (located on the bottom or rear of the projector, or in the menu system)
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• Proof of purchase (such as a store receipt) and date of purchase
• Computer or video configuration
• Description of the problem
Purchase Supplies and Accessories
You can purchase screens, other optional accessories, and replacement parts from an Epson authorized
reseller. To find the nearest reseller, call 800-GO-EPSON (800-463-7766). Or you can purchase online
at epsonstore.com (U.S. sales) or epson.ca (Canadian sales).
To purchase a replacement remote control, call (562) 276-4394 (U.S.) or (905) 709-3839 (for dealer
referral in Canada).
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Technical Specifications
These sections list the technical specifications of your projector.
General Projector Specifications
Projector Light Source Specifications
Remote Control Specifications
Projector Dimension Specifications
Projector Electrical Specifications
Projector Environmental Specifications
Projector Safety and Approvals Specifications
Supported Video Display Formats
General Projector Specifications
Type of display
Poly-silicon TFT active matrix
Resolution
1920 × 1080 pixels (1080p)
Lens
F=2.5 to 3.7
Focal length: 21.3 to 44.7 mm
Color reproduction
Full color, up to 1 billion colors
Brightness
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e:
High Power Consumption mode:
White light output 1300 lumens (ISO 21118 standard)
Color light output 1300 lumens
Note: Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness
(white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color
light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light
output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.
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PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000:
High Power Consumption mode:
White light output 1500 lumens (ISO 21118 standard)
Color light output 1500 lumens
Note: Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness
(white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color
light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light
output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.
Contrast ratio
Infinite with the following settings: Color Mode, Dynamic; Power
Consumption, High; Zoom, Wide; and Lens Shift set with the image
horizontally centered and vertically adjusted upwards by one half of
the image height.
Image size
30 inches (0.76 m) to 300 inches (7.62 m)
(in native aspect ratio)
Projection distance
32.7 inches (0.83 m) to 716.1 inches (18.2 m)
(in native aspect ratio)
Projection methods
Front, rear, ceiling-mounted
Optical aspect ratio
16:9
(width-to-height)
Focus adjustment
Powered
Zoom adjustment
Powered
Zoom ratio
1 to 2.1
(Tele-to-Wide)
Noise level
19 dB (with 4K Enhancement off on PowerLite Pro Cinema
LS10000)
Keystone correction angle
± 30° vertical
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Projector Light Source Specifications
Type
Laser Diode
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e:
Output: 33.7 mW
Repetition rate: 0 to 100%
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000:
Output: 41.9 mW
Repetition rate: 0 to 100%
Life
High Power Consumption mode:
Up to about 17000 hours
ECO Power Consumption mode:
Up to about 30000 hours
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Remote Control Specifications
Reception range
32 feet (10 m)
Batteries
Two alkaline or manganese AA
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Projector Dimension Specifications
Height (excluding feet)
8.9 inches (225 mm)
Width
21.7 inches (550 mm)
Depth
21.8 inches (553 mm)
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Weight
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e:
37.5 lb (17 kg)
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000:
39.7 lb (18 kg)
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Projector Electrical Specifications
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz
Power supply
100 to 240 VAC ±10%
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e:
3.5 to 1.6 A
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000:
4.6 to 2.1 A
Power consumption
Operating:
(100 to 120 V)
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e:
High Power Consumption mode: 345 W
ECO Power Consumption mode: 218 W
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000:
High Power Consumption mode: 459 W
ECO Power Consumption mode: 267 W
Standby:
0.29 W (Communication Off), 2.8 W (Communication On)
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Power consumption
Operating:
(220 to 240 V)
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS9600e:
Normal Power Consumption mode: 334 W
ECO Power Consumption mode: 215 W
PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000:
Normal Power Consumption mode: 442 W
ECO Power Consumption mode: 262 W
Standby:
0.38 W (Communication Off), 3.3 W (Communication On)
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Projector Environmental Specifications
Temperature
Operating:
Up to 7500 ft (2286 m): 41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C)
7500 ft (2286 m) to 9843 ft (3000 m): 41 to 86 °F (5 to 30 °C)
Storage: 14 to 140 °F (–10 to 60 °C)
Humidity (relative, noncondensing)
Operating altitude
Operating: 20 to 80%
Storage: 10 to 90%
Up to 4921 feet (1500 m)
4921 feet (1500 m) to 9843 feet (3000 m) with High Altitude Mode
enabled
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Projector Safety and Approvals Specifications
United States
FCC Part 15 Class B (DoC)
UL60950-1 2nd edition (cTUVus Mark)
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Canada
ICES-003 Class B
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07 (cTUVus Mark)
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Supported Video Display Formats
For best results, your computer's monitor port or video card resolution should be set to display in the
projector's native resolution. However, your projector includes Epson's SizeWise chip that supports other
computer display resolutions, so your image will be resized to fit automatically.
Your computer's monitor port or video card refresh rate (vertical frequency) must be compatible with the
projector. (See your computer or video card manual for details.)
The table here lists the compatible refresh rate and resolution for each compatible video display format.
Display format
Refresh rate (in Hz)
Resolution (in pixels)
VGA
60/72/75/85
640 × 480
SVGA
56/60/72/75/85
800 × 600
XGA
60/70/75/85
1024 × 768
SXGA
70/75/85
1152 × 864
60/75/85
1280 × 960
60/75/85
1280 × 1024
60
1280 × 768
60
1366 × 768
60/75/85
1280 × 800
60
1600 × 900
TV (NTSC)
60
720 × 480
TV (PAL)
50/60
720 × 576
TV (SECAM)
50
720 × 576
Computer signals (analog RGB)
WXGA
WXGA++
Composite video
Component video
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Display format
Refresh rate (in Hz)
Resolution (in pixels)
SDTV (480i)
60
720 × 480
SDTV (576i)
50
720 × 576
SDTV (480p)
60
720 × 480
SDTV (576p)
50
720 × 576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280 × 720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 × 1080
HDTV (1080p)
50/60
1920 × 1080
VGA
60
640 × 480
SDTV (480i/480p)
60
720 × 480
SDTV (576i/576p)
50
720 × 576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280 × 720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 × 1080
HDTV (1080p)
24/30/50/60
1920 × 1080
4K × 2K (PowerLite Pro Cinema
LS10000)
24/25/30/50/60
3840 × 2160
50/60
4096 × 2160
24
4096 × 2160
SDTV (480i/480p)
60
720 × 480
SDTV (576i/576p)
50
720 × 576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280 × 720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 × 1080
HDTV (1080p)
24/30
1920 × 1080
60
640 × 480
HDMI input signals
4K × 2K (SMPTE; PowerLite Pro
Cinema LS10000)
MHL input signals
WirelessHD input signals
VGA
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Display format
Refresh rate (in Hz)
Resolution (in pixels)
SDTV (480i/480p)
60
720 × 480
SDTV (576i/576p)
50
720 × 576
HDTV (720p)*
50/60
1280 × 720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 × 1080
HDTV (1080p)*
24/30
1920 × 1080
MHL input signals via WirelessHD Transmitter (HDMI5 port only)
SDTV (480i/480p)
60
720 × 480
SDTV (576i/576p)
50
720 × 576
HDTV (720p)*
50/60
1280 × 720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 × 1080
HDTV (1080p)*
24/50/60
1920 × 1080
* With WirelessHD, these signals do not support Deep Color:
• 2D: 1080p 50/60 Hz
• 3D: 1080p 24 Hz frame packing, 720p 50/60 Hz frame packing, and 1080p 50/60 Hz side by side
3D Input Signals
Display format
Refresh rate (in Hz)
Resolution (in pixels)
3D formats
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280 × 720
Frame Packing
Side by Side
Top and Bottom
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 × 1080
Side by Side
HDTV (1080p)
50/60
1920 × 1080
Side by Side
24
1920 × 1080
Frame Packing
Side by Side
Top and Bottom
3D Input Signals via WirelessHD Transmitter (HDMI5 port only)
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Display format
Refresh rate (in Hz)
Resolution (in pixels)
3D formats
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280 × 720
Side by Side
Top and Bottom
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920 × 1080
Side by Side
HDTV (1080p)
50/60
1920 × 1080
—
24
1920 × 1080
Side by Side
Top and Bottom
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Notices
Check these sections for important notices about your projector.
Recycling
Important Safety Information
Laser Safety Information
Important Safety Instructions
FCC Compliance Statement
Trademarks
Open Source Software License
Copyright Notice
Recycling
Epson offers a recycling program for end of life products. Please go to this site for information on how to
return your products for proper disposal.
Parent topic: Notices
Important Safety Information
Caution: Never look into the projector lens when the laser is turned on; the bright light can damage your
eyes. Never let children look into the lens when it is on. Never open any cover on the projector, except
the filter covers. Dangerous electrical voltages inside the projector can severely injure you. Except as
specifically explained in this User's Guide, do not attempt to service this product yourself. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Warning: The projector and its accessories come packaged in plastic bags. Keep plastic bags away
from small children to avoid any risk of suffocation.
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Laser Safety Information
This projector is a Class 2 laser product that complies with the IEC60825-1 international standard for
lasers. Follow these safety instructions when using the projector.
• If an error occurs in the projector, turn off the power and unplug the projector immediately. Continuing
to use the projector could result in an electric shock, fire, or visual impairment. Contact Epson support.
• Do not attempt to dissassemble or modify the projector. The projector contains a high-power laser
component. Serious injury could result.
• Do not look into the lens during projection. Also, do not look into the lens using optical devices, such
as a magnifying glass or telescope. This could cause visual impairment.
• When turning on the projector at a distance using the remote control, make sure no one is looking into
the lens.
• Do not allow small children to operate the projector. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
• Do not apply optical devices, such as a magnifying glass or reflector, to the projected image. Using the
projector may result in physical harm, fire, or an accident.
• Before using the projector, make sure there is nothing in the area that could reflect the projected
image.
• When disposing of the projector, do not disassemble it. Dispose of the projector in accordance with
your local or national laws and regulations.
There is a label attached to the projector to indicate it is a Class 2 product. The label contains the
following information:
• Invisible laser radiation
• Do not stare into beam or view directly with optical instruments
• Class 2 laser product
• Pulse width
Laser Optical Path
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Laser Optical Path
When using the Lens Shift function, the laser light from the projection lens is diffused within the following
range:
When Lens Shift is at the maximum vertical position: 32° from the center of the lens
When Lens Shift is at the maximum horizontal position: 34° from the center of the lens
Parent topic: Laser Safety Information
Important Safety Instructions
Follow these safety instructions when setting up and using the projector:
• Do not look into the lens when the projector is on. The bright light can damage your eyes. Avoid
standing in front of the projector so the bright light does not shine into your eyes.
• Do not place the projector on an unstable cart, stand, or table.
• Do not operate the projector on its side, or while tilted to one side. Do not tilt the projector more than 3°
forward or back.
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• If the projector is mounted on a ceiling or wall, it should be installed by qualified technicians using
mounting hardware designed for use with this projector.
• When installing or adjusting a ceiling or wall mount, do not use adhesives to prevent the screws from
loosening and do not use oils or lubricants. This may cause the projector case to crack and the
projector to fall from its ceiling mount. This could cause serious injury to anyone under the mount and
could damage the projector.
• Do not use the projector near water, sources of heat, high-voltage electrical wires, or sources of
magnetic fields.
• Use the type of power source indicated on the projector. Use of a different power source may result in
fire or electric shock. If you are not sure of the power available, consult your dealer or power company.
• Place the projector near a wall outlet where the plug can be easily unplugged.
• Take the following precautions when handling the plug: Do not hold the plug with wet hands. Do not
insert the plug into a dusty outlet. Insert the plug firmly into the outlet. Do not pull the power cord when
disconnecting the plug; always be sure to hold the plug when disconnecting it. Do not overload wall
outlets, extension cords, or power strips. Failure to comply with these precautions could result in fire or
electric shock.
• Do not place the projector where the cord can be walked on. This may result in fraying or damage to
the plug.
• Unplug the projector from the wall outlet before cleaning. Use a dry cloth (or, for stubborn dirt or
stains, a moist cloth that has been wrung dry) for cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners, any
sprays containing flammable gas, or solvents such as alcohol, paint thinner, or benzine.
• Do not block the slots and openings in the projector case. They provide ventilation and prevent the
projector from overheating. Do not operate the projector on a sofa, rug, or other soft surface, or set it
on top of loose papers. Do not cover the projector with a blanket, curtain, or tablecloth. If you are
setting up the projector near a wall, leave at least 7.9 inches (20 cm) of space between the wall and
the air exhaust vent.
• Do not operate the projector in a closed-in cabinet unless proper ventilation is provided.
• Never allow objects of any kind to enter any openings in the projector. Do not leave objects, especially
flammable objects, near the projector. Never spill liquid of any kind into the projector.
• If you are using two or more projectors side-by-side, leave at least 20 inches (50 cm) of space
between the projectors to allow for proper ventilation.
• You may need to clean the air filter and vent. A clogged air filter or vent can block ventilation needed
to cool the projector. Do not use canned air, or the gases may leave a residue.
• Do not store the projector outdoors for an extended length of time.
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• Except as specifically explained in this manual, do not attempt to service this product yourself. Refer
all servicing to qualified personnel. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltages and other hazards.
• Never open any covers on the projector except as specifically explained in this manual. Never attempt
to disassemble or modify the projector. Refer all repairs to qualified service personnel.
• Unplug the projector from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions: if it does not operate normally when you follow the operating instructions, or
exhibits a distinct change in performance; if smoke, strange odors, or strange noises come from the
projector; if the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed; if liquid or foreign objects get inside the
projector, or if it has been exposed to rain or water; if it has been dropped or the housing has been
damaged.
• Do not touch the plug during an electrical storm. Otherwise, you may receive an electric shock.
• Unplug the projector when it will not be used for extended periods.
• Do not use the projector where it may be exposed to rain, water, or excessive humidity.
• Do not use or store the projector where it may be exposed to smoke, steam, corrosive gases,
excessive dust, vibration, or shock.
• Do not use the projector where flammable or explosive gases may be present.
• Do not use or store the projector or remote control in a hot location, such as near a heater, in direct
sunlight, or in a closed vehicle.
• If you use the projector in a country other than where you purchased it, use the correct power cord for
that country.
• Do not stand on the projector or place heavy objects on it.
• Do not use the projector outside of the required temperature range of 41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C) at an
altitude of 7500 feet (2286 m) or less, or 41 to 86 °F (5 to 30 °C) at a higher altitude. Doing so may
cause an unstable display and could lead to projector damage. Do not use or store the projector where
it may be exposed to sudden changes in temperature.
• Do not store the projector outside of the required temperature range of 14 to 140 °F (–10 to 60 °C) or
in direct sunlight for long periods of time. Doing so may cause damage to the case.
• Do not place anything that can become warped or damaged by heat near the exhaust vents. Do not
bring your hands or face close to the vents while projection is in progress. Do not bring your face close
to the projector while it is in use.
• Before you move the projector, make sure its power is turned off, the plug is disconnected from the
outlet, and all cables are disconnected.
• Do not place the source of an open flame, such as a lit candle, on or near the projector.
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• Do not block the lens during projection using a book or any other object. This could damage the
projector or cause a fire.
• Do not modify the power cord. Do not place heavy objects on top of the power cord or bend, twist, or
pull it excessively. Keep the power cord away from hot electrical appliances.
WARNING: The cords included with this product contain chemicals, including lead, known to the State of
California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. (This notice is
provided in accordance with Proposition 65 in Cal. Health & Safety Code § 25249.5 and following.)
Restriction of Use
Parent topic: Notices
Restriction of Use
When this product is used for applications requiring high reliability/safety such as transportation devices
related to aviation, rail, marine, automotive; disaster prevention devices; various safety devices; or
functional/precision devices, you should use this product only after giving consideration to including failsafes and redundancies into your design to maintain safety and total system reliability.
Because this product was not intended for use in applications requiring extremely high reliability/safety
such as aerospace equipment, main communication equipment, nuclear power control equipment, or
medical equipment related to direct medical care, please make your own judgment on this product's
suitability after a full evaluation.
Parent topic: Important Safety Instructions
FCC Compliance Statement
For United States Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in
a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio and television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
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• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING
The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this equipment will invalidate the FCC
Certification or Declaration of this device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits
established by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a shielded
equipment interface cable with this device. If this equipment has more than one interface connector, do
not leave cables connected to unused interfaces. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
For Canadian Users
CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B)
Wireless Telegraphy Act Regulations
Parent topic: Notices
Wireless Telegraphy Act Regulations
The following acts are prohibited by the Wireless Telegraphy Act:
• Modifying and disassembling (including the antenna)
• Removing the label of conformance
Parent topic: FCC Compliance Statement
Trademarks
EPSON®, PowerLite®, and Quick Corner® are registered trademarks, and EPSON Exceed Your Vision is
a registered logomark of Seiko Epson Corporation.
Accolade® and PrivateLine® are registered trademarks; and Epson StoreSM and Extra CareSM are service
marks of Epson America, Inc.
Mac and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
HDMI and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
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General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be
trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and all rights in those marks.
Parent topic: Notices
Open Source Software License
GNU GPL
This projector product includes the open source software programs which apply the GNU General Public
License Version 2 or later version ("GPL Programs").
We provide the source code of the GPL Programs until five (5) years after the discontinuation of same
model of this projector product.
If you desire to receive the source code of the GPL Programs, contact Epson as described in the User's
Guide.
These GPL Programs are WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public
License for more details.
The list of GPL Programs is as follows and the names of author are described in the source code of the
GPL Programs
The list of GPL Programs
busybox-1.13.4
iptables-1.4.4
libgcc1(gcc-4.3.3)
libstdc++-6.0.10
linux-2.6.27
patches
udhcp 0.9.8
uvc rev.219
wireless_tools 29
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printf("%s",png_get_copyright(NULL));
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ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
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PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
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(17) S. L. Moshier
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Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any purpose without fee is hereby
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(19) Todd C. Miller
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INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
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(26) Mike Barcroft
Copyright (c) 2001 Mike Barcroft <mike@FreeBSD.org>
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NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
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(27) Konstantin Chuguev (--enable-newlib-iconv)
Copyright (c) 1999, 2000
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ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
iconv (Charset Conversion Library) v2.0
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(28) Artem Bityuckiy (--enable-newlib-iconv)
Copyright (c) 2003, Artem B. Bityuckiy, SoftMine Corporation. Rights transferred to Franklin Electronic
Publishers.
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(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON
ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
(30) - Alex Tatmanjants (targets using libc/posix)
Copyright (c) 1995 Alex Tatmanjants <alex@elvisti.kiev.ua>
at Electronni Visti IA, Kiev, Ukraine.
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EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS;
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OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
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EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
(32) - Andrey A. Chernov (targets using libc/posix)
Copyright (C) 1996 by Andrey A. Chernov, Moscow, Russia.
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OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
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EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
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/*
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jquery-ui-1.8.20.custom.zip
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jquery.ui.touch-punch.js
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toppers-pro
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Toyohashi Open Platform for Embedded Real-Time Systems/
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Copyright (C) 2000-2003 by Embedded and Real-Time Systems Laboratory Toyohashi Univ. of
Technology, JAPAN
Copyright (C) 2004 by Embedded and Real-Time Systems Laboratory
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(6) TINET and TOPPERS
TINET (TCP/IP Protocol Stack)
Copyright (C) 2001-2006 by Dep. of Computer Science and Engineering Tomakomai National College of
Technology, JAPAN
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conditions described in Version 2 of the GNU Public License officially announced by the Free Software
Foundation, consents to the use, reproduction, alteration, and redistribution (hereafter called utilization)
of this software (this software includes alterations, likewise below) without compensation.
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(1) When this software is utilized in the form of source code, the above copyright declaration, these
conditions of utilization, and the following stipulation of no guarantee shall be included in unchanged
form inside the source code.
(2) When this software is redistributed in a form in which it can be used in the development of other
software, library form, etc., the above copyright display, these terms of utilization, and the following
stipulation of no guarantee shall be inserted in documentation accompanying redistribution (user's
manual, etc.).
(3) When this software is redistributed in a form in which it cannot be used in the development of other
software, embedded in devices, etc., following conditions shall be satisfied.
(a) The above copyright display, these terms of utilization, and the following stipulation of no guarantee
shall be inserted in documentation accompanying redistribution (user's manual, etc.).
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whatever damages occur either directly or indirectly through the utilization of this software.
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A Note Concerning Responsible Use of Copyrighted Materials
Epson encourages each user to be responsible and respectful of the copyright laws when using any
Epson product. While some countries' laws permit limited copying or reuse of copyrighted material in
certain circumstances, those circumstances may not be as broad as some people assume. Contact your
legal advisor for any questions regarding copyright law.
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Copyright Attribution
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