Sony SRX-R110 Projector User Guide Manual Operating Instruction Pdf

Sony SRX-R110 Projector User Guide Manual Operating Instruction Pdf
3-872-930-01 (1)
SR Projector
取扱説明書
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Operating Instructions ___________________________________ GB
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Chinese versions).
For more details, see “Using the CD-ROM Manual” on page 6 (GB).
SRX-R110
SRX-R105
© 2005 Sony Corporation
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
expose the unit to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only.
WARNING
For the customers in the USA
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
AVERTISSEMENT
Afin d’éviter tout risque d’incendie ou
d’électrocution, n’exposez pas cet appareil
à la pluie ou à l’humidité.
Afin d’éviter tout risque d’électrocution,
n’ouvrez pas le boîtier. Confiez l’entretien
uniquement à un personnel qualifié.
AVERTISSEMENT
CET APPAREIL DOIT ÊTRE MIS À LA TERRE.
WARNUNG
Um Feuer- oder Berührungsgefahr zu
verhüten, setzen Sie das Gerät weder
Regen noch Feuchtigkeit aus.
Um einen elektrischen Schlag zu
vermeiden, öffnen Sie nicht das Gehäuse.
Überlassen Sie Wartungsarbeiten nur
qualifiziertem Fachpersonal.
WARNUNG
DIESES GERÄT MUSS GEERDET WERDEN.
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You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your
authority to operate this equipment.
The shielded interface cable recommended in this manual
must be used with this equipment in order to comply with
the limits for a digital device pursuant to Subpart B of Part
15 of FCC Rules.
For the customers in Europe
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this
product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
Pour les utilisateurs en Europe
AVERTISSEMENT
Il s’agit d’un produit de Classe A. Dans un environnement
domestique, cet appareil peut provoquer des interférences
radio, dans ce cas l’utilisateur peut être amené à prendre
des mesures appropriées.
Für Kunden in Europa
WARNUNG
Dies ist eine Einrichtung, welche die Funk-Entstörung
nach Klasse A besitzt. Diese Einrichtung kann im
Wohnbereich Funkstörungen verursachen; in diesem
durchzuführen und dafür aufzukommen.
Voor de klanten in Nederland
Gooi de batterij niet weg maar lever deze in
als klein chemisch afval (KCA).
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Overview
Precautions ......................................................................................5
Using the CD-ROM Manual ............................................................. 6
CD-ROM System Requirements ........................................................... 6
Preparations ........................................................................................... 6
Reading the CD-ROM Manual.............................................................. 6
Features............................................................................................ 7
Location and Function of Controls ................................................ 8
Front/Top............................................................................................... 8
Left Side/Rear........................................................................................ 9
Control Function Menu Window .......................................................... 9
Remote Commander............................................................................ 11
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Chapter 2 Preparations
Precautions on Installation........................................................... 13
Unsuitable Installation......................................................................... 13
Unsuitable Conditions ......................................................................... 14
Installation...................................................................................... 14
Using the Carrying Handles ................................................................ 14
Using the Adjusters ............................................................................. 14
Installing the Projector ........................................................................ 15
Installing the SRX Controller in a Computer for Controlling the
Projector .................................................................................. 15
System Requirements .......................................................................... 15
Installing the SRX Controller.............................................................. 15
Connecting a Computer for Controlling the Projector ............... 17
Connecting the Computer via the Ethernet ......................................... 17
Connecting the Computer via the RS-232C ........................................ 17
Starting the SRX Controller .......................................................... 18
Starting the SRX Controller ................................................................ 18
Changing the Connection Mode.......................................................... 18
Connecting the Projector .............................................................. 19
Connecting with HD-SDI Equipment ................................................. 19
Connecting with Component/Video GBR Equipment ........................ 19
Connecting with a Computer............................................................... 20
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Chapter 3 Projecting
Projecting the Picture ................................................................... 21
Using the Remote Commander ........................................................... 21
Using the Computer for Controlling the Projector .............................. 23
Chapter 4 Adjustments and Settings Using the SRX Controller
Displaying the Control Function Menu Window ......................... 25
PICTURE CONTROL Window ....................................................... 26
Input Source ........................................................................................ 26
Signal Info (Information) .................................................................... 26
Signal Adjust ....................................................................................... 27
COLOR/FRAME Window ............................................................... 27
Color .................................................................................................... 27
Frame Adjust ....................................................................................... 28
INSTALLATION Window................................................................ 28
LENS CONTROL ............................................................................... 28
PROGRESSIVE DISPLAY MODE ................................................... 28
LAMP POWER ................................................................................... 28
INSTALLATION ................................................................................ 29
LAMP SELECT .................................................................................. 29
TEST PATTERN ................................................................................ 29
Input Signals And Adjustable/Setting Items ............................... 30
Chapter 5 Others
Lamp Life........................................................................................ 31
Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 32
Error Messages.............................................................................. 33
Specifications ................................................................................ 35
Index ............................................................................................... 38
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Precautions
On safety
• Operate the unit on 200 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (SRXR110), or 100 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (SRX-R105).
• Should any liquid or solid object fall into the cabinet,
unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified Sony
personnel before operating it further.
• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet or set the power
switch to the lower position if it is not to be used for
several days.
• To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug. Never pull
the cord itself.
• The wall outlet should be near the unit and easily
accessible.
• The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source
(mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet and
the power switch is set to the upper position.
• Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on.
• Do not place your hand or objects near the ventilation
holes. The air coming out is hot.
• Have at least four people carry and handle the projector,
to avoid accidents or injury.
• Avoid using an extension cord with a low voltage limit,
as it may cause short-circuiting and physical injury.
• To carry the projector, be sure to use the carrying
handles. Do not hold other parts of the projector,
especially the lens, nor catch your finger between the
handle, floor, and the projector.
• Do not catch your finger between the unit and surface of
the floor when moving the projector installed on the
floor.
• Be careful not to catch your finger in the cooling fan.
On installation
• Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat
build-up. Do not place the unit on surfaces (rugs,
blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that
may block the ventilation holes. Leave space of more
than 100 cm (39 3/8 inches) between the wall and the
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Chapter 1 Overview
Overview
projector. Be aware that room heat rises to the ceiling;
check that the temperature near the installation location
is not excessive.
• Install the projector on the floor or hang it from the
ceiling. Any other installation causes a malfunction such
as color irregularity or a shorten lamp life.
• Do not install the unit in a location near heat sources
such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to
direct sunlight, excessive dust or humidity, mechanical
vibration or shock.
• To avoid moisture condensation, do not install the unit in
a location where the temperature may rise rapidly.
On illumination
• To obtain the best picture, the front of the screen should
not be exposed to direct lighting or sunlight.
• Ceiling-mounted spot lighting is recommended. Use a
cover over fluorescent lamps to avoid lowering the
contrast ratio.
• Cover any windows that face the screen with opaque
draperies.
• It is desirable to install the projector in a room where
floor and walls are not of light-reflecting material. If the
floor and walls are of reflecting material, it is
recommended that the carpet and wall paper be changed
to a dark color.
On preventing internal heat build-up
After turning off the power, the cooling fan runs for about
10 minutes while the STATUS LAMP indicator flashes in
green.
Caution
The projector is equipped with ventilation holes (intake) at
the front, upper side and right side, and ventilation holes
(exhaust) at the rear and upper side.
Do not block or place anything near these holes, or internal
heat build-up may occur, causing picture degradation or
damage to the projector.
Precautions
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On cleaning
Chapter 1 Overview
• To keep the cabinet looking new, periodically clean it
with a soft cloth. Stubborn stains may be removed with
a cloth lightly dampened with a mild detergent solution.
Never use strong solvents, such as thinner, benzene, or
abrasive cleansers, since these will damage the cabinet.
• Avoid touching the lens. To remove dust on the lens, use
a soft dry cloth. Do not use a damp cloth, detergent
solution, or thinner.
On repacking
Save the original shipping carton and packing material;
they will come in handy if you ever have to ship your unit.
For maximum protection, repack your unit as it was
originally packed at the factory.
Using the CD-ROM
Manual
The supplied CR-ROM includes versions of the Operating
Instructions for the SRX-R110/R105 in English, Japanese,
French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Chinese.
CD-ROM System Requirements
The following are required to access the supplied CDROM disc.
• Computer: PC with Intel Pentium CPU
–Installed memory: 64 MB or more
–CD-ROM drive: ×8 or faster
• Monitor: Monitor supporting resolution of 800 × 600 or
higher
• Operating system: Microsoft Windows Millennium
Edition, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2, Windows XP
Professional or Windows XP Home Edition
When these requirements are not met, access to the CDROM disc may be slow, or not possible at all.
Preparations
One of the following programs must be installed on your
computer in order to use the Operating Instructions
contained on the CD-ROM disc.
• Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 4.0 or higher
• Adobe Reader Version 6.0 or higher
Note
If Adobe Reader is not installed, you can download it from
the following URL:
http://www.adobe.com/
Reading the CD-ROM Manual
To read the Operating Instructions contained on the CDROM disc, do the following.
1 Insert the CD-ROM disc in your CD-ROM drive.
A cover page appears automatically in your browser. If
it does not appear automatically in the browser, doubleclick the index.htm file on the CD-ROM disc.
2 Select and click the Operating Instructions that you
want to read.
This opens the PDF file of the Operating Instructions.
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Using the CD-ROM Manual
Notes
Features
High Brightness, High Picture Quality
High brightness
The SRX-R110 uses two 2kW Xenon lamps as a light
source, and the SRX-R105 uses two 1kW Xenon lamps.
These compact-size Xenon lamps provide high brightness
of 10,000 ANSI lumens for the SRX-R110 and 5,000
ANSI lumens for the SRX-R105, assuring excellent
uniformity on the entire screen.
Chapter 1 Overview
• If you lose the CD-ROM disc or become unable to read
its content, for example because of a hardware failure,
you can do one of the following.
- You can purchase a new CD-ROM disc to replace one
that has been lost or damaged. Contact your Sony
service representative.
- You can purchase printed versions of the Operating
Instructions (English version). Contact your Sony
service representative.
When ordering, be sure to specify the part number of the
manual you want.
Part number
Models covered
3-869-836-01
SRX-R110/R105
• Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and
other countries.
• Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
• Adobe, Acrobat, and Adobe Reader are trademarks of
Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or
other countries.
High resolution
Sony’s new, unique three SXRD™ (Silicon X-tal
Reflective Display) panels with approximately 8,850,000
pixels realizes a high-resolution of 4096 × 2160 dots. The
resolution corresponds to four times that of an HDTV
image and meets the “4K” quality resolution level of
Digital Cinema.
Multi-screen mode
The high resolution of the projector enables single-, dualand quad-mode projection in which full HD images can be
displayed even in each of two or four divided screens.
Images from different input sources can be displayed in
these divided screens simultaneously.
High contrast ratio
The combination of the SXRD imaging devices and 3PBS
optical devices offers a high contrast ratio of more than
1800:1.
Gamma correction circuit
Three types of gamma correction circuit, 1.8, 2.2 and 2.6,
are selectable according to the signal input, allowing
projection of an image with optimum brightness.
Color space feature
The projector supports three standards of color tonal
reproduction range, DCDM, 709 and CIEXYZ, allowing
you to obtain an image with precise color reproduction
according to the input sources.
Flexible and Reliable System
Dual lamp system
The projector adopts a dual lamp system for versatility of
use. You can select dual-lamp or single-lamp mode, and
can reduce each lamp’s power output. These modes allow
you to save power and increase lamp life.
Also, if one bulb burns out, the other keeps projecting
images.
Features
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Versatile Setup
Chapter 1 Overview
Various signal input
The projector is equipped with an RS232C connector and
ETHERNET connector for communication. For signal
inputs, the projector has four slots to which the optional
analog input boards and HD-SDI input boards can be
attached according to your requirement.
Optional lens
Four optional zoom lenses are available depending on the
projection distance you are setting up. The lens shift
function of this projector enables easy setup.
Location and Function of
Controls
Front/Top
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a Remote control detector (front)
b Upper side ventilation holes (intake)
c Upper side ventilation holes (exhaust)
d Adjusters
Use to keep the projector level if it is installed on an
uneven surface.
e Lens cover
f Lens mount part
When attaching the optional lens, consult with qualified
Sony personnel.
g Carrying handle
Use to carry the projector. There is another handle on the
rear side.
h Front/right side ventilation holes (intake)
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Menu window or by pressing the 1 button on the Remote
Commander.
Left Side/Rear
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2
i ETHERNET connector (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Connect to the ethernet connector on a computer in which
the supplied SRX Controller is installed. You can control
the projector from the computer.
Chapter 1 Overview
h INTER LOCK jack (minijack)
Connects to the external emergency switch.
When you use the interlock function, insert the mini-plug
into this jack to open the + and – terminals. The projector’s
lamps will be turned off immediately. When not in use, do
not insert the mini-plug.
j RS232C connector (D-sub 9-pin, female)
Connect to the RS-232C connector on a computer in which
the supplied SRX Controller is installed. You can control
the projector from the computer.
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k Input board attachment parts
Depending on the input sources, attach the optional LKRI001 or LKRI-002 input board to each slot. They are
arranged in order of INPUT A, INPUT B, INPUT C and
INPUT D from the top.
For attachment, contact a qualified sony personnel.
a Cooling unit
A cooling fan and the two lamp houses are installed here.
For replacement of the projection lamp or lamp house,
consult with qualified Sony personnel.
b Upper/rear side ventilation holes (exhaust)
c Remote control detector (rear)
d Power switch
Set the switch to the upper position to turn on the main
power of the projector. To turn it off, set the switch to the
lower position.
Control Function Menu Window
When you install the supplied SRX Controller in your
computer, you can operate all of the features of the projector
in your computer window. This section explains the
functions of the parts for projecting an image on the screen.
For the windows used for the settings and adjustments, see
“Adjustments and Settings Using the SRX Controller” on
page 25.
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e AC IN terminal board
Connect the AC power cord with three wires (not
supplied).
For connection of the AC power cord, contact a qualified
Sony peraonnel.
f STATUS MESSAGE window
Displays an error message. If the message is displayed,
contact a qualified Sony personnel.
g STATUS LAMP indicator
Lights red when the projector is in standby mode. When
the power is turned on, it lights green. The indicator flashes
for about 10 minutes after the power is turned off by
clicking “POWER STANDBY 1” in the Control Function
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Location and Function of Controls
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a Menu bar
Chapter 1 Overview
File menu
Selecting “Quit” from the File menu exits the SRX
Controller.
Back menu
Click to return to the Browser Screen window of the SRX
Controller.
Password menu
Use to set the authentication passwords required for
displaying the SETTING window and the SERVICE
window. The Password menu can be displayed only when
an authorized administrator starts the SRX Controller on
the computer for controlling the projector.
For details on the SETTING window and the SERVICE
window, refer to the Installation Manual for Dealers.
Help menu
Shows the version and serial number of the SRX
Controller.
b SCREEN CONTROL window
For details, see “SCREEN CONTROL window” on page
10.
c Information window
message is displayed in the STATUS MESSAGE
window on the left side of the projector.
d POWER ON/STANDBY (?/1) buttons and
POWER indicator
Click ON to turn on the lamp. The indicator lights green.
Clicking STANDBY opens the confirmation dialog.
Clicking “OK” makes the projector enter standby mode.
The indicator flashes green. Even in standby mode, the
fans continue to run to reduce internal heat. When the fans
stop running, the indicator lights red.
e FUNCTION 1/2/3 radio buttons
Register the data set or adjusted with “Signal Adjust” in
the PICTURE CONTROL window and “Color” in the
COLOR/FRAME window. You can recall it later to
project the image with that setting.
For details, see “To register the settings that have been
adjusted” on page 25.
f Window select buttons
Open the window with the items you want to set or adjust.
g Adjustment/setting window
Clicking the window select button switches the window
for the adjustment and setting.
The “PICTURE CONTROL,” “COLOR/FRAME” and
“INSTALLATION” windows can be displayed.
For details on each window, see “Adjustments and
Settings Using the SRX Controller” on page 25.
SCREEN CONTROL window
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Location: Shows the location where the projector is
installed, as set in the SETTING window at the time
of installation.
Name: Shows the name of the projector that was set in the
SETTING window at the time of installation.
Operation Timer: Shows the operation hours of the
projector.
Lamp A/Lamp B: Shows an approximate percentage to
indicate the time used before the recommended time
for replacement of each projection lamp (i.e. 100%
indicates the time for replacement). The indicator on
the left lights when the corresponding lamp turns on.
It does not light when the corresponding lamp turns
off.
Warning Info: Displays an error message if there is any
warning information on the projector. The same
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Location and Function of Controls
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3
4
5
a Screen mode buttons
Select single-, dual- or quad-screen mode for multiple
display mode. Click
for single,
for dual and
for quad mode.
b CUT OFF “ON/OFF” buttons
Click the ON button to cut off the picture momentarily.
Click the OFF button to restore the picture.
The SCREEN CONTROL window changes depending on
the screen mode selected with the screen mode button (1).
When dual- or quad-screen mode is selected, the buttons
function independently on each divided screen.
d MUTING ON/OFF buttons
Clicking the ON button cuts off the whole picture on the
screen momentarily. Click the OFF button to restore the
picture. Activating the muting function blocks off lamp
light completely by use of a shutter, and displays the black
signal on the whole screen.
e OSD ON/OFF buttons
Click the OFF button to eliminate the on-screen display.
Click the ON button to display it on the screen.
The buttons also function when you operate the projector
with the Remote Commander.
Remote Commander
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2
3
4
1
SCREEN
MODE
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MUTING
1 2 4
FUNCTION
1
2
3
INPUT SEL
5
A
B
C
D
PICTURE CONT
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+
+
+
CONTR
BRIGHT
SHARP
–
–
–
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c Input signal select drop-down list box
Selects the input signal you want to project on the screen.
The SCREEN CONTROL window changes depending on
the screen mode selected with the screen mode button (1).
When dual- or quad-screen mode is selected, you can
select the input independently on each divided screen.
INPUT A: Selects the signal input from the connectors on
the optional input board installed in the INPUT A
section.
INPUT B: Selects the signal input from the connectors on
the optional input board installed in the INPUT B
section.
INPUT C: Selects the signal input from the connectors on
the optional input board installed in the INPUT C
section.
INPUT D: Selects the signal input from the connectors on
the optional input board installed in the INPUT D
section.
SCREEN SEL
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2
3
4
LENS CONT
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+
+
FOCUS
ZOOM
SHIFT
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a ?/1 (power on/standby) buttons
?: Press to turn on the projector.
1: Press to make the projector enter standby mode.
b SCREEN MODE button
Selects single-, dual- or quad-screen mode for multiple
display mode. Each press of the button changes the mode,
1 (single), 2 (dual) and 4 (quad), in this order.
c MUTING button
Press to cut off the whole picture on the screen. Press it
again to restore the picture. Activating the muting function
blocks off lamp light completely by use of a shutter, and
displays the black signal on the whole screen.
d FUNCTION 1/2/3 buttons
Use these buttons in synchronization with the FUNCTION
buttons in the Control Function Menu window of the SRX
Controller. You can recall the data set or adjusted with the
SRX Controller.
e INPUT SEL A/B/C/D buttons
Select the input source you want to project or operate.
A: Selects the signal input from the connectors on the
optional input board installed in the INPUT A section.
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B: Selects the signal input from the connectors on the
optional input board installed in the INPUT B section.
C: Selects the signal input from the connectors on the
optional input board installed in the INPUT C section.
D: Selects the signal input from the connectors on the
optional input board installed in the INPUT D section.
Chapter 1 Overview
Use these buttons together with the PICTURE CONT
buttons (6) or SCREEN SEL buttons (7).
Example: When you want to increase the contrast of the
signal input from the INPUT A board, press INPUT
SEL A button, then press the CONTR + button.
f PICTURE CONT (Picture control) buttons
Adjust the projected picture quality.
CONTR+/–: Adjust the contrast. Pressing the + button
increases the contrast. Pressing the – button decreases
the contrast.
BRIGHT +/–: Adjust the picture brightness. Pressing the
+ button makes the picture brighter. Pressing the –
button makes the picture darker.
SHARP +/–: Adjust the picture sharpness. Pressing the +
button makes the picture sharper. Pressing the –
button makes the picture softer.
In multiple screen mode, adjustment can be made for the
input signal from each input board.
Select the input signal with the INPUT SEL A/B/C/D
buttons (5), then adjust the picture with these buttons. In
single-screen mode, you need not press the INPUT SEL
button.
Example: When you want to increase the contrast for the
signal input from the INPUT A board, press the
INPUT SEL A button, then press the CONTR +
button.
g SCREEN SEL buttons
In multiple screen mode, select one of the divided screens
where you want to project the selected signal from each
input board.
Select the input signal with one of the INPUT SEL A/B/C/
D buttons (5), then select the screen with one of these
buttons.
Example: When you want to project the signal input from
the INPUT B board on Screen 3 (lower left screen),
press the INPUT SEL B button, then press the
SCREEN SEL 3 button.
h LENS CONT buttons
FOCUS +/–: Adjust the focus. Pressing the + button
focuses on a forward picture. Pressing the – button
focuses on a picture further back.
ZOOM +/–: Adjust the picture size. Pressing the + button
enlarges the picture size. Pressing the – button
reduces the picture size.
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SHIFT +/–: Adjust the vertical picture position. Pressing
the + button moves the picture upward. Pressing the –
button moves the picture downward.
To install batteries
1
Remove the lid, then install the two size AA (R6)
batteries (supplied) with the correct polarity.
Push the knob to open
the lid.
2
Be sure to install the battery
from the – side.
Replace the lid.
Notes
• Be sure that there is nothing to obstruct the infrared
beam between the Remote Commander and the
projector. Direct the Remote Commander toward one of
the remote control detectors at the front and rear of the
projector when operating.
• The operation range is limited. The shorter the distance
between the Remote Commander and the projector, the
wider the angle within which the Commander can
control the projector.
Preparations
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activating the protection circuit. Be sure not to block the
ventilation holes for exhaust. Leave a space of more than
1 m (39 3/8 inches) around the unit.
Chapter 2 Preparations
Precautions on
Installation
Chapter
Extremely hot and humid
Unsuitable Installation
Do not install the projector in the following situations.
Such installations may cause a malfunction or damage to
the projector.
Poorly ventilated
Location subject to sudden change of
temperature
The projector is equipped with ventilation holes for intake
and exhaust to prevent internal heat build-up. Do not place
the projector in a place where the ventilation holes may be
blocked.
Situation that may block the ventilation
holes for exhaust
A sudden change of temperature may produce moisture
condensation, causing damage to the projector. Take care
with heaters or air-conditioners.
Very dusty
If you put something beside the ventilation holes for
exhaust on the side or rear of the projector, the exhaust
may be inhaled into the projector through the ventilation
holes for intake, causing internal heat build-up and thereby
Precautions on Installation
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Unsuitable Conditions
Installation
Do not use the projector under the following conditions.
Laying the unit on its side or upside down
Using the Carrying Handles
Tilting the unit to the right or left
Use the front and rear carrying handles to carry the
projector.
Caution
Chapter 2 Preparations
To avoid injury, have at least four people carry the
projector using the front and rear handles.
±10°
Avoid tilting the projector more than ± 10 degrees, and
avoid installing it in place other than a floor. Doing so may
cause color shading or shorten the lamp life excessively.
Blocking the ventilation holes
Using the Adjusters
When the projector installation location is not horizontal,
rotate the adjusters using a spanner so that the projector is
placed horizontally. There are an adjuster on the right and
one on the left.
Avoid using a thick-piled carpet or anything that covers
the ventilation holes (exhaust/intake). Otherwise, internal
heat may build up.
For the locations of the ventilation holes (exhaust/intake),
see “Location and Function of Controls” on page 8.
Spanner
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Installation
Caution
Do not turn the spanner forcibly when the screw has fully
rotated. Otherwise, the spanner may slip and injure your
hand.
Installing the Projector
For details on installation examples with projection
distances, see “Installation Manual for Dealers.”
Screen
310 mm (12 1/4 inches)
Projection distance
Vertical positioning (side view)
Install the projector so that the center of the lens is between
the bottom edge and the top edge of the screen. You can
move the picture position vertically by half of the screen
vertical size using the lens shift adjustment.
Screen
Center of lens
Adjustable range with lens
shift feature
If you install the supplied SRX Controller in a computer,
you can control the projector from the computer.
System Requirements
The following are required to operate the supplied SRX
Controller.
• Computer: Intel Celeron CPU, 1 GHz or more
– Installed memory: 256 MB or more
– Communication: 10/100BASE-T
– VGA: XGA (1024 × 768) or higher
– HDD: Connected to a computer via the IDE port,
Usable memory with 8 MB or more
– CD-ROM drive: × 8 or faster
• Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Professional
SP2 (English or Japanese version)
Chapter 2 Preparations
This section describes briefly how to install the projector
on the floor. The distance between the center of the lens
and the screen varies depending on the optional lens
attached, the horizontal screen size or the input signal.
Installing the SRX
Controller in a Computer
for Controlling the
Projector
Installing the SRX Controller
1
Insert the supplied installation disc into the CD-ROM
drive of a computer.
The setup.exe in the root folder of the installation disc
starts, and the window for preparing the installation
appears.
Horizontal positioning (top view)
Screen
Center of lens
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When you want to install it in the currently displayed
folder, click “Next.”
If you want to install it in a different folder, click
“Change…,” specify the folder, click “OK,” then
click “Next.”
The installation start window appears.
After a while, the Welcome page of the SRX
Controller appears.
Chapter 2 Preparations
2
Click “Next.”
The License Agreement window appears.
4
Click “Install.”
The program installation starts.
After a while, the following window appears.
3
Read the license agreement, click “I accept…” if you
agree to be bound by the terms, and click “Next.”
The select window of the destination folder in which
to install the SRX Controller appears.
5
Click “Finish.”
Installation of the SRX Controller is completed.
To restart the SRX Controller immediately after
installation has been completed, click to check
“Launch SRX Controller,” then click “Finish.”
The
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Installing the SRX Controller in a Computer for Controlling the Projector
icon is displayed in the desktop window.
Connecting a Computer
for Controlling the
Projector
ATTENTION
Par mesure de sécurité, ne branchez pas le connecteur d’un
périphérique ayant une tension excessive à ce port. Suivez
les instructions pour ce port.
VORSICHT
Connect a computer for controlling the projector to the
projector via the ETHERNET connector or the RS232C
connector.
Connect the computer to the projector using the supplied
ethernet cable (cross cable).
Note
Set the TCP/IP protocol of the connected computer to
DHCP.
INTER LOCK ETHERNET
RS232C
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OUT
IN
OUT
ETHERNET connector
Note
If the power of the projector remains on for a long period
of time without the Ethernet cable connected, the message
“Sony SR Projector Initializing…” may appear in the
STATUS MESSAGE window while you are setting up for
networking after connecting the Ethernet cable. This is not
a malfunction of the projector.
Chapter 2 Preparations
Connecting the Computer via the
Ethernet
Schließen Sie das Kabel aus Sicherheitsgründen nicht an
eine Buchse für Peripheriegeräteanschluss an, die eine zu
hohe Spannung aufweisen könnte. Befolgen Sie die
Anweisungen für diesen Anschluss.
Connecting the Computer via the
RS-232C
INTER LOCK ETHERNET
RS232C
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OUT
IN
OUT
RS232C connector
Ethernet cable (cross cable)
(supplied)
Connecting cable (not supplied)
Computer
Computer
Ethernet connector
CAUTION
RS-232C connector
For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral
device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this
port. Follow the instructions for this port.
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d EMERGENCY STANDBY 1 button
Clicking the button makes the projectors indicated by
“Connectable” under “Connection” in the projector detect
window enter standby mode. The fans continue to run.
Starting the SRX
Controller
Starting the SRX Controller
Chapter 2 Preparations
Double-click the
icon for the SRX Controller in the
desktop window of the computer.
The SRX Controller starts and the Browser Screen is
displayed.
About the Browser Screen
1
2
3
4
5
e Projector detect window
Information on all of the projectors connected to a network
is displayed.
The following information is shown:
Alert: Shows whether there is any warning information on
the projector or not. (x: Yes, s: No)
Model Name: Model name of the projector
Serial No.: Serial number of the projector
IP Address: IP address of the projector
Connection: Network connection status of the projector
The projectors that can be selected with the Select
button are indicated by “Connectable” under
“Connection.”
Power: Power on/off status of the projector
Region: Region where the projector is installed
Location: Installation location of the projector
Name: Free name
To exit the SRX Controller
Click “Quit” from the File menu on the menu bar.
Changing the Connection Mode
a Menu bar
File
Select “Quit” from the File menu to exit the SRX
Controller.
Connect
Selects the connection mode between the projector and the
computer for controlling the projector.
For details, see “Changing the Connection Mode” on
page 18.
Help
Select “Version” from the Help menu to display the
version information of the SRX Controller.
b Select button
Selecting the projector displayed in the projector detect
window and then clicking this button opens the Control
Function Menu window of the selected projector.
c Refresh button
Updates all of information on the projectors displayed in
the projector detect window.
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Starting the SRX Controller
When the projector you want to operate is connected to the
computer via a network, you can also select it by
specifying the IP address of the projector. Connection via
the RS-232C is also available.
When connecting the computer via a network by
specifying the IP address of the projector
Select “Ethernet” from the Connect menu on the menu bar
to open the dialog. Enter the IP address of the projector,
then click “OK.”
To change the port number, select “PC Port Setting” from
the Connect menu on the menu bar to display the dialog.
Enter the new port number in the dialog and click “OK.”
When connecting the computer via RS-232C
Select “RS232C” from the Connect menu on the menu bar
to open the dialog. Enter the port number of the COM port
(RS-232C) for the computer, then click “OK.”
Connecting the Projector
Attach the optional LKRI-001 analog input board to the
input board attachment part on the projector, and connect
with a DVD recorder/player or analog video equipment
equipped with the component output, or an high-definition
equipment equipped with a video GBR connector.
Refer also to the instruction manuals of the equipment to
be connected.
Left side
Connecting with HD-SDI Equipment
INTER LOCK ETHERNET
RS232C
Attach the optional LKRI-002 HD-SDI (4:2:2) input board
to the input board attachment part, and connect the
HDCAM recorder/player.
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Chapter 2 Preparations
When you connect the projector, make sure to:
• Turn off all equipment before making any connections.
• Use the proper cables for each connection.
• Insert the cable plugs firmly; loose connections may
increase noise and reduce performance of picture
signals. When pulling out a cable, be sure to pull it out
from the plug, not the cable itself.
• When installing the optional input board, consult with
the Sony dealer.
Connecting with Component/Video
GBR Equipment
R/Pr / G/Y / B/Pb
connectors
Component cable, etc
(not supplied)
Left side
INTER LOCK ETHERNET
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
to component output/
video GBR
RS232C
Betacam, DVD recorder/player, etc.
IN connector
Note
HD-SDI connecting cable
(not supplyed)
When connecting to the output of HD component
equipment, set “Signal Mode” of “Input Source” in the
PICTURE CONTROL window to “Y/Pb/Pr,” and when
connecting to the output of HD video GBR equipment, set
to “RGB.”
to HD-SDI output
SRW-5000
HD DIGITAL VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
For details, see page 26.
HDCAM recorder/player, etc.
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Connecting with a Computer
Attach the optional LKRI-001 analog input board to the
input board attachment part on the projector, and connect
with a computer.
Chapter 2 Preparations
Left side
INTER LOCK ETHERNET
RS232C
R(Pr/Cr)
G(Y/Y) B(Pb/Cb)
HD
VD
R(Pr/Cr)
G(Y/Y) B(Pb/Cb)
HD
VD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
R/G/B/HD/VD
connectors
Monitor cable (not supplied)
to monitor output
Computer
Note
Select “RGB” in “Signal Mode” of “Input Source” in the
PICTURE CONTROL window.
For details, see page 26.
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Connecting the Projector
Projecting
Use the supplied Remote Commander or a computer in
which the supplied SRX Controller is installed to project
the picture on the screen.
3
Using the Remote Commander
1
STATUS LAMP indicator
Chapter 3 Projecting
Projecting the Picture
Chapter
1
1
SCREEN
MODE
I
MUTING
1 2 4
MUTING
FUNCTION
1
2
3
INPUT SEL
A
B
2
3
C
D
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PICTURE CONT
+
+
+
CONTR
BRIGHT
SHARP
–
–
–
SCREEN SEL
1
2
3
4
LENS CONT
+
+
+
FOCUS
ZOOM
SHIFT
–
–
–
7
9
6, 8
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1
The STATUS LAMP indicator lights red and the
projector goes into standby mode.
2
Chapter 3 Projecting
Each time you press the SCREEN MODE button, the
screen mode switches as follows:
1 (single-screen mode): Projects an image in full
screen.
2 (dual-screen mode): Projects images in two divided
screens. You can also project a different input
source in each of the two screens.
4 (quad-screen mode): Projects images in four
divided screens. You can also project a different
input source in each of the four screens.
4
Turn on the equipment connected to the projector.
5
Press the INPUT SEL button to select the input source.
When you select “dual-screen mode” or
“quad-screen mode” in step 3
Press one of the INPUT SEL A to D buttons to select
the input source you want to project, then select one of
the divided screens where you want to project the
picture with the SCREEN SEL button.
Note
When projecting moving pictures in multiple screens,
all the input signals should be genlocked to
synchronize with each other. A picture on the left
screen for dual-screen mode or that on the upper left
screen for quad-screen mode is regarded as a reference
picture. The projected moving picture not
synchronized with the reference picture appears
incompatible with the moving pictures projected on
other screens. If you project still pictures and moving
pictures together, select the left screen for the moving
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Adjust the focus with the FOCUS +/– buttons.
During adjustment, “FOCUS” appears on the screen.
7
Adjust the picture size with the ZOOM +/– buttons.
During adjustment, “ZOOM” appears on the screen.
Select the screen mode.
A: to select the input source from the equipment
connected to the optional input board attached to
the INPUT A section.
B: to select the input source from the equipment
connected to the optional input board attached to
the INPUT B section.
C: to select the input source from the equipment
connected to the optional input board attached to
the INPUT C section.
D: to select the input source from the equipment
connected to the optional input board attached to
the INPUT D section.
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Press the ? button to turn on the projector.
The STATUS LAMP indicator lights green.
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picture in dual-screen mode or the upper left screen in
quad-screen mode. If you project still pictures only,
you may project them on any screen.
Set the main power switch on the left side of the
projector to the upper position.
8
Adjust the focus again with the FOCUS +/– buttons.
9
Adjust the vertical position of the picture with the
SHIFT +/– buttons.
During adjustment, “SHIFT” appears on the screen.
Note
The FOCUS, ZOOM and SHIFT indications do not appear
when you select “OSD OFF” in the Control Function
Menu window of the computer.
To cut off the picture
Press the MUTING button.
To restore the picture, press the MUTING button again.
To turn off the power
1
Press the 1 button.
The STATUS LAMP indicator flashes green and the
fan continues to run for 10 minutes to reduce the
internal heat. When the fan stops running, the
STATUS LAMP indicator lights red.
2
Set the main power switch to the lower position.
Note
Do not set the main power switch to the lower position
while the fan is running. Doing so stops the fan before
the inside of the projector has been cooled down
sufficiently and may damage the unit.
Using the Computer for Controlling
the Projector
1
2
The Browser Screen of the SRX Controller opens.
3
STATUS LAMP indicator
Start your computer and double-click the
icon of
the SRX Controller in the desktop window.
Select the projector you want to operate by doubleclicking the projector or by pointing at it and clicking
the Select button.
The Control Function Menu window opens.
Note
3
For details, see “Changing the Connection Mode” on
page 18.
4
Click the POWER ON ? button to turn on the projector.
Chapter 3 Projecting
When you connect the projectors to the computer via a
network, you can also select the projector you want to
operate by specifying the IP address of the projector. If
connection is made via the RS232C connector on the
projector, specify the RS-232C port number of the
computer.
The POWER and STATUS LAMP indicators light
green.
5
5
7
1
(single screen mode): Projects images in full
screen.
(dual screen mode): Projects images in two
divided screens. You can also project a different input
source in each of the two screens.
(quad screen mode): Projects images in four
divided screens. You can also project a different input
source in each of the four screens.
4
8
9,11 10 12
Set the main power switch on the left side of the
projector to the upper position.
Click one of the following buttons to select the screen
mode.
6
Turn on the equipment connected to the projector.
7
Select the input source from the drop-down list box
displayed by clicking
.
INPUT A: to select the input source from the
equipment connected to the optional input board
attached to the INPUT A section.
INPUT B: to select the input source from the
equipment connected to the optional input board
attached to the INPUT B section.
INPUT C: to select the input source from the
equipment connected to the optional input board
attached to the INPUT C section.
INPUT D: to select the input source from the
equipment connected to the optional input board
attached to the INPUT D section.
The POWER and STATUS LAMP indicators light red
and the projector goes into standby mode.
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Note
When you select the input from the connectors on the
LKRI-001 input board, select the appropriate input
signal from “Mode” of “Input Source” in the
PICTURE CONTROL window. Improper setting may
cause deterioration of the picture.
For details, see page 26.
When you select “dual-screen mode” or
“quad-screen mode” in step 5
Select the input source for each screen from the
corresponding drop-down list box.
independently. Click “ON” of the CUT OFF buttons of
each screen.
To restore the picture, click “OFF” of the CUT OFF
buttons.
To cut off the whole screen
Click the MUTING ON button. The whole screen appears
in black. To restore the picture, click the MUTING OFF
button.
To turn off the power
1
Note
Chapter 3 Projecting
When projecting moving pictures in multiple screens,
all the input signals should be genlocked to
synchronize with each other. A picture on the left
screen for dual-screen mode or that on the upper left
screen for quad-screen mode is regarded as a reference
picture. The projected moving picture not
synchronized with the reference picture appears
incompatible with the moving pictures projected on
other screens. If you project still pictures and moving
pictures together, select the left screen for the moving
picture in dual-screen mode or the upper left screen in
quad-screen mode. If you project still pictures only,
you may project them on any screen.
8
Click the “INSTALLATION” button to open the
INSTALLATION window.
9
Adjust the focus with the Focus +/– buttons.
During adjustment, “FOCUS” appears on the screen.
10 Adjust the picture size with the Zoom +/– buttons.
During adjustment, “ZOOM” appears on the screen.
11 Adjust the focus again with the Focus +/– buttons.
12 Adjust the vertical position of the picture with the Shift
+/– buttons.
During adjustment, “SHIFT” appears on the screen.
Note
The FOCUS, ZOOM and SHIFT indications do not appear
when you select “OSD OFF” in the SCREEN CONTROL
window.
To cut off the picture
Click “ON” of the CUT OFF buttons.
When you select the dual-screen mode or quad-screen
mode, you can cut off the picture of each screen
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Projecting the Picture
Click the POWER STANDBY 1 button, then the OK
button in the displayed confirmation dialog.
The POWER and STATUS LAMP indicators flash
green and the fan continues to run for 10 minutes to
reduce the internal heat. When the fan stops running,
the POWER and STATUS LAMP indicators light red.
2
Set the main power switch to the lower position.
Note
Do not switch the main power switch to the lower (off)
position while the fan is running. Doing so stops the
fan before the inside of the projector has been cooled
down sufficiently and may damage the unit.
Adjustments and Settings
Using the SRX Controller
3
Displaying the Control
Function Menu Window
Some of the picture adjustments are available using the
supplied Remote Commander.
For details, see “Remote Commander” on page 11.
1
2
4
Click any of the PICTURE CONTROL, COLOR/
FRAME and INSTALLATION buttons to display the
desired control window.
For details on each setting window, see the relevant
window pages.
To go back to the Browser Screen
Select “Back” on the menu bar.
To clear the Control Function Menu
window
Select “Quit” from the File menu on the menu bar, or click
the
(close) button.
Double-click the
icon of the SRX Controller in the
desktop window of the computer.
To reset the settings that have been
adjusted
The Browser Screen appears.
Clicking the RESET button in the PICTURE CONTROL
window resets all the settings of the items for “Signal
Adjust” to their factory preset values. To reset the settings
of the items for “Frame Adjust” in the COLOR/FRAME
window, click the RESET button in the COLOR/FRAME
window.
Select the projector you want to operate by doubleclicking the projector or click the Select button.
The Control Function Menu window opens.
Chapter 4 Adjustments and Settings Using the SRX Controller
When you install the supplied SRX Controller in a
computer, you can operate the picture adjustments, input
signal settings, installation settings, etc. from the
computer.
Chapter
To register the settings that have been
adjusted
You can register the settings that have been adjusted with
“Signal Adjust” and “Color” in the control windows to
FUNCTION 1, 2 and 3. As the default setting, the settings
are registered to FUNCTION 1. To register the settings to
FUNCTION 2 or 3, click the FUNCTION 2 or 3 radio
button, then adjust the items in each window.
You can recall it later to project the picture with the desired
setting by clicking one of the FUNCTION radio buttons.
You can also recall it with the FUNCTION 1, 2 or 3 button
on the Remote Commander.
Displaying the Control Function Menu Window
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About the items that cannot be adjusted
Items that cannot be adjusted depending on the input signal
are not displayed in the window.
PICTURE CONTROL
Window
For details, see “Input Signals And Adjustable/Setting
Items” on page 30.
The PICTURE CONTROL window is used to select the
input source or to adjust the picture quality.
When the screen mode is set to “dual screen” or “quad
screen,” the items can be independently adjusted for each
input channel displayed on the screen.
Chapter 4 Adjustments and Settings Using the SRX Controller
Input Source
Signal Mode: Click
to select the type of signal from
the drop-down list when a high-definition signal is
input from equipment connected to the optional
LKRI-001 input board. Select “YPbPr” to input the
high-definition signal from component equipment,
and “RGB” to input the high-definition signal from
video GBR equipment.
I/P Mode: Selects the I/P conversion mode. Depending on
the input signal source, set the mode to “Interlace” or
“PsF.”
Signal Info (Information)
Shows the horizontal and vertical frequencies of the input
signal automatically. The values are approximate.
The type of the input signal is also displayed.
fH: Displays the horizontal frequency.
fV: Displays the vertical frequency.
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PICTURE CONTROL Window
Signal Adjust
Adjusts the picture quality of the input signal.
Clicking
increases the setting value, and
decreases it.
Clicking the RESET button resets all the settings to the
factory preset values.
Contrast: Adjusts the picture contrast. The higher the
setting, the greater the contrast.
Brightness: Adjusts the picture brightness. The higher the
setting, the brighter the picture.
Color: Adjusts the color intensity. The higher the setting,
the greater the intensity.
Sharpness: Adjusts the picture sharpness. The higher the
setting, the sharper the picture. The lower the setting,
the softer the picture.
COLOR/FRAME Window
The COLOR/FRAME window is used to adjust the input
signal.
When the screen mode is set to “dual-screen” or “quadscreen,” the items can be independently adjusted for each
input channel displayed on the screen.
Adjusts the items so that you can obtain precise color
reproduction.
If the color of an image is not correct, check the setting of
“Color Space” first.
Select the setting from the drop-down list displayed by
clicking
.
Chapter 4 Adjustments and Settings Using the SRX Controller
Color
Color Space: Selects the color gamut.
709: Select when projecting a normal high-definition
signal or RGB signal.
DCDM: Select when projecting a special source such
as a movie.
CIEXYZ: This item is for future use.
Color Temp (temperature): Selects the color
temperature from among “DCI W/P,” “6500,”
“CUSTOM1,” “CUSTOM2,” “CUSTOM3” and
“CUSTOM4.” “DCI W/P” is preset in CUSTOM1 to
4 settings in the factory.
“6500” is recommended for a normal high-definition
signal or RGB signal. Set this item to “DCI W/P” to
project a movie source.
Gamma: Selects a gamma correction curve from among
“2.6,” “2.2” and “1.8.”
The smaller the value, the brighter the image. Select
the setting depending on the signal source. “2.2” is
recommended to project a normal high-definition
signal or RGB signal.
COLOR/FRAME Window
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Frame Adjust
Adjusts the horizontal size and the position of the picture.
Clicking
increases the setting value, and
decreases it.
Clicking the RESET button resets all the settings of
“Frame Adjust” to the factory-preset values.
Chapter 4 Adjustments and Settings Using the SRX Controller
Dot Phase: Adjusts the phase of the SXRD panels and the
input signal. Adjusts the value to obtain the clearest
picture.
H Size: Adjusts the horizontal size of the picture according
to the input signal. As the setting value increases, the
horizontal size of the picture becomes larger.
H Shift: Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture. As
the setting value increases, the picture moves to the
right. As the value decreases, the picture moves to the
left.
V Shift: Adjusts the vertical position of the picture. As the
setting value increases, the picture moves up. As the
value decreases, the picture moves down.
Notes
• Adjustment of “Dot Phase” and “H Size” is available for
computer signal input only.
• If the position of the picture is not adjusted correctly,
noise may appear in the blank portion of the screen. This
is not a malfunction of the projector. Adjust the picture
position correctly with “Frame Adjust.”
INSTALLATION Window
The INSTALLATION window is used to adjust the
projected picture, change the lamp output, etc.
LENS CONTROL
Adjusts the projected picture on the screen.
Zoom +/–: Adjusts the size of the picture. Clicking
enlarges the picture size, and
reduces the picture
size.
Focus +/–: Adjusts the picture focus. Clicking
focuses
on a forward picture. Clicking
focuses on a
picture further back.
Shift +/–: Adjusts the vertical position of the picture.
Clicking
moves the picture upward. Clicking
moves it downward.
PROGRESSIVE DISPLAY MODE
Normally, click the Off radio button.
Click the On radio button when four HD images with 2048
(1920) × 1080 pixels are input from four HD-SDI input
boards and are combined into a 4096 (3840) × 2160-pixel
image on the screen in “quad-screen” mode.
LAMP POWER
Adjusts the lamp power output. You can reduce the lamp
power to 93%, 86%, 79%, 72%, 65%, 58% or 51%. The
brightness of the projected image will be darker, but power
consumption can be reduced and this increases the lamp
life. Clicking the 100% radio button allows you to obtain
the brightest projection image.
Note
Switching the lamp output frequently may reduce the lamp
life. Use of the defined lamp output is recommended.
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INSTALLATION Window
INSTALLATION
Selects how to install the projector.
Front: Selects front projection.
Rear: Selects rear projection.
LAMP SELECT
Selects whether to use one of two lamps or both lamps.
Dual: Select if you want to use two lamps.
Single: Select if you want to use only one of two lamps. In
this setting, you can further select the lamp to be used
automatically or manually.
Chapter 4 Adjustments and Settings Using the SRX Controller
Auto Lamp Select Mode
When you click the Full Auto Select radio button, the
lamp with fewer used hours is automatically turned
on. When you use the projector for a long period of
time, click the User-Defined radio button. If you
specify the hour between 4 and 24 hours by clicking
the
/
buttons, the two lamps turn on
alternately at the interval of the specified hours.
Manual Lamp Select Mode
You can specify the lamp to be used by clicking the
Lamp A or Lamp B radio button.
Note
If you switch “LAMP SELECT” from “Single” to “Dual”
or when either Lamp A or Lamp B switches to turn on in
Auto Lamp Select Mode, the projected image will be cut
off momentarily.
TEST PATTERN
Displays a built-in test pattern on the screen for adjusting
the picture with no signal input from external equipment.
Click the radio button of the desired test pattern from
among “Cross Hatch,” “Cross Hatch (Invert),” “100%
White,” “100% Red,” “100% Green,” “100% Blue,”
“Checker Flag” and “Checker Flag (Invert).” When you do
not display a built-in test pattern, click the Off radio
button.
Note
While a built-in test pattern is displayed on the screen, you
cannot change the screen mode and input select mode, and
cannot adjust the “PICTURE CONTROL” and “COLOR
FRAME.”
INSTALLATION Window
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Input Signals And Adjustable/Setting Items
Some items of “Signal Adjust” in the PICTURE CONTROL window and “Frame Adjust” in the COLOR/FRAME
window are not adjusted or set depending on the input signals. Items that cannot be adjusted depending on the input signal
are not displayed in the window.
Signal Adjust
Item
Input signal
Component
Video GBR
Computer
HD-SDI
Contrast
z
z
z
z
Brightness
z
z
z
z
Color
z
–
–
z
Sharpness
z
z
z
z
z: Adjustable/can be set
–: Not adjustable/cannot be set
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Frame Adjust
Item
Input signal
Component
Video GBR
Computer
HD-SDI
Dot Phase
–
–
z
–
H Size
–
–
z
–
H Shift
z
z
z
z
V Shift
z
z
z
z
z: Adjustable/can be set
–: Not adjustable/cannot be set
Input Signals And Adjustable/Setting Items
Others
Chapter
5
Lamp Life
Chapter 5 Others
Recommended time for replacement of the projection
lamp is as follows:
SRX-R110: Approx. 800 hours
SRX-R105: Approx. 1,000 hours
The “Lamp A” and “Lamp B” bar indicators in the Control
Function Menu window become red when the time for
replacement is coming near. The percentage indicates the
time used before the recommended time for replacement.
Use them as a guide.
Be sure to ask qualified Sony personnel to replace a
projection lamp and lamp house.
Lamp Life
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Troubleshooting
If the projector appears to be operating erratically, try to diagnose and correct the problem using the following guide. If
the problem still persists, consult with qualified Sony personnel.
Power
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Power is not turned on.
The main power is turned off.
Set the power switch on the projector to the upper position (pages
22 and 23).
The projector and a computer for
controlling the projector are disconnected.
Connect the projector and a computer properly (page 17).
The cooling unit is detached.
Consult with qualified Sony personnel after the second time.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
No picture.
Cables are disconnected.
Check that the proper connection has been made (page 19).
Input selection is not correct.
Select the input source correctly in the SCREEN CONTROL
window (page 23).
The picture is cut off.
Click the MUTING OFF or CUT OFF ON button in the SCREEN
CONTROL window (page 24), or press the MUTING button on
the Remote Commander (page 22).
Ambient temperature is high.
Reduce the room temperature so that it becomes within the
operating temperature (5–35°C).
Picture
Chapter 5 Others
Color balance is incorrect. Incorrect input source mode is selected.
Set “Signal Mode” of “Input Source” in the SCREEN CONTROL
window correctly (page 26).
The picture is too dark.
Contrast and brightness has not been
adjusted properly.
Adjust the contrast or brightness in the PICTURE CONTROL
window (page 27), or adjust them using the CONTR or BRIGHT
button on the Remote Commander (page 12).
Lamp mode is not properly selected.
Set “LAMP POWER” or “LAMP SELECT” in the
INSTALLATION window correctly. (page 28)
OSD OFF button has been clicked.
Click the OSD ON button in the SCREEN CONTROL window
(page 11).
On-screen display does
not appear.
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Symptom
Cause
Remedy
The SRX Controller does
not start.
The projector and a computer for
controlling the projector are not properly
connected.
Check that the proper connection between the projector and a
computer has been made (page 17).
The Remote Commander
does not work.
The remote control detector has been
removed.
Consult with qualified Sony personnel.
The batteries are dead.
Replace with new batteries.
Troubleshooting
Error Messages
The error messages are displayed in the STATUS MESSAGE window on the projector and the Error display window of
the SRX Controller. If there are two or more messages, a displayed message changes each 5 seconds. Use the list below
to check the meaning of the error, and consult with qualified Sony personnel. Be sure to inform them of the displayed
messages and their numbers.
Error messages
Meaning
INPUT-A POWER ALERT
Trouble with power of INPUT A board
2
INPUT-B POWER ALERT
Trouble with power of INPUT B board
3
INPUT-C POWER ALERT
Trouble with power of INPUT C board
4
INPUT-D POWER ALERT
Trouble with power of INPUT D board
5
PR-284_1 POWER ALERT
Trouble with power of PR-284 board at the top
6
PR-284_2 POWER ALERT
Trouble with power of PR-284 board on the second row
7
PR-284_3 POWER ALERT
Trouble with power of PR-284 board on the third row
8
PR-284_4 POWER ALERT
Trouble with power of PR-284 board on the fourth row
9
24V POWER SUPPLY ALERT
The projector has failed to supply 24V power.
10
16V POWER SUPPLY ALERT
The projector has failed to supply 16V power.
11
PR-284_1 DETACHED
The PR-284 board is not attached correctly on the top row.
12
SXRD PANEL TEMPERATURE
ALERT
The temperature of the panels is too high.
13
LAMP_A FAN ALERT
Trouble with the for Lamp A, or the harness is disconnected or down.
14
LAMP_B FAN ALERT
Trouble with the for Lamp B, or the harness is disconnected or down.
15
LAMP_A POWER SUPPLY UNIT
FAN ALERT
Trouble with the ballast fan for Lamp A power, or the harness is disconnected or down.
16
LAMP_B POWER SUPPLY UNIT
FAN ALERT
Trouble with the ballast fan for Lamp B power, or the harness is disconnected or down.
17
PR-284 FAN ALERT
Trouble with the fan for PR-284 board, or the harness is disconnected or down.
18
OPTICAL UNIT TEMPERATURE
ALERT
The temperature of the optical unit is too high, or the harness is disconnected or down.
19
LAMP_A TEMPTEMPERATURE
ALERT
The temperature of Lamp A is too high, or the harness is disconnected or down.
20
LAMP_B TEMPTEMPERATURE
ALERT
The temperature of Lamp B is too high, or the harness is disconnected or down.
21
LAMP_A HOUSE DETACHED
The projection lamp house of Lamp A is not installed correctly, or the harness is
disconnected or down.
22
LAMP_B HOUSE DETACHED
The projection lamp house of Lamp B is not installed correctly, or the harness is
disconnected or down.
23
REAR COVER DETACHED
The rear cover is open, or the harness is disconnected or down.
24
LAMP_A POWER SUPPLYUNIT
ALERT
Trouble with the power (ballast) of Lamp A
25
LAMP_B POWER SUPPLY UNIT
ALERT
Trouble with the power (ballast) of Lamp B
26
LAMP_A IGNITION FAILURE
Lamp A does not turn on.
27
LAMP_B IGNITION FAILURE
Lamp B does not turn on.
28
CPU ALERT
Trouble with the main CPU (IC301) on the SY-321. Serious trouble
29
MUTING OFF FAILURE
DOUSER OPEN FAILURE
Trouble with opening/shutting of the shutter, or the harness is disconnected or down.
30
INPUT BOARD FAN ALERT
Trouble with the HIF fan next to the INPUT A/B/C/D boards, or the harness is
disconnected or down.
Error Messages
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1
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No.
Error messages
Meaning
31
REAR FAN ALERT
Trouble with the huge fan at the rear, or the harness is disconnected or down.
32
LOW REAL TIME CLOCK
BATTERY
The RTC battery (BT201) for the SY-321 board should be replaced.
33
FPGA CONFIG FAILURE
An internal line does not function properly.
34
IIC FAILURE
An internal line does not function properly.
35
LAMP A ALERT
The recommended time for replacement of Lamp A has elapsed.
36
LAMP B ALERT
The recommended time for replacement of Lamp B has elapsed.
37
LAMP A WARNING
80% of the recommended time for replacement of Lamp A has elapsed.
38
LAMP B WARNING
80% of the recommended time for replacement of Lamp B has elapsed.
Chapter 5 Others
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Error Messages
Specifications
Optical characteristics
Projection system
SXRD (Silicon X-tal Reflective Display)
3 panel prism color integration system
SXRD
8,847,360 pixels (4098 × 2160 × 3)
Lens
Optional
Light output
SRX-R110: 10,000 ANSI1) lm ± 10%
(factory preset value)
SRX-R105: 5,000 ANSI1) lm ± 10%
(factory preset value)
Lamp
SRX-R110: 2 kW Xenon lamp × 2
SRX-R105: 1 kW Xenon lamp × 2
1)ANSI lumen is a measuring method of American National Standard IT
7.228.
Electrical characteristics
Input/Output
INTER LOCK Minijack
Normal operation at short circuit
Lamp power off at open circuit
RS232C
D-sub 9-pin (female) (For details, see
“Pin assignment” on page 36.)
ETHERNET
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Input signal
When the LKRI-001 is installed
Analog RGB/component: BNC type
R/R-Y: 0.7 Vp-p ±2 dB positive, 75
ohms terminated
G/G SYNC: 0.7 Vp-p ±2 dB positive,
75 ohms terminated
G with sync/Y: 1 Vp-p ±2 dB sync
negative, 75 ohms terminated
B/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p ±2 dB positive, 75
ohms terminated
SYNC/HD: Composite sync: 0.6 – 8
Vp-p, high impedance, sync positive/
negative
Horizontal sync: 0.6 – 8 Vp-p, high
impedance, sync positive/negative
VD: Vertical sync: 0.6 – 8 Vp-p, high
impedance, sync positive/negative
General
Dimensions
740 × 500 × 1320 mm (29 1/4 × 19 3/4 ×
52 inches) (w/h/d)
Mass
Approx. 110 kg (242 lb 8 oz) (excluding
the optional lens)
Power requirements
SRX-R110: 200 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
SRX-R105: 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
SRX-R110: Max. approx. 5.4 kW
(Standby mode: 40 W)
SRX-R105: Max. approx. 3.0 kW
(Standby mode: 40 W)
Current consumption
SRX-R110: 30 to 22 A
SRX-R105: 30 to 12.5 A
Operating temperature
5°C to 35°C (41°F to 95°F) (About 20
minutes of aging is recommended to
provide better quality picture.)
Performance guarantee temperature
10°C to 30°C (50°F to 86°F)
Operating humidity
35% to 85%
Storage temperature
–20°C to + 60°C (–4°F to +140°F)
Storage humidity
10% to 90%
Supplied accessories
Remote Commander RM-PJ4K (1)
Size AA (R6) batteries (2)
SRX Controller (CD-ROM) (1)
Ethernet cable (cross cable manufactured
by Sony: 1-830-803-11) (1)
Operating Instructions (1)
Installation Manual for Dealers (1)
Operating Instructions (CD-ROM) (1)
Quick Reference Guide (1)
Specifications
Chapter 5 Others
Acceptable signal
Component, XGA, SXGA, WXGA, HD
(when the LKRI-001 analog input
board is installed)
HD-SDI (SMPTE Serial Digital Interface
standard) (when the LKRI-002 HDSDI (4:2:2) input board is installed)
HDTV (YPbPr): BNC type
Y: 1 Vp-p ± 2 dB positive, 75 ohms
terminated
Tri-level sync: ± 0.3 Vp-p
Bi-level sync: 0.3 Vp-p
Pb/Pr: 0.35 Vp-p ± 2 dB positive, 75
ohms terminated
HDTV (GBR): BNC type
G with sync: 1 Vp-p ± 2 dB, 75 ohms
terminated
Tri-level sync: ± 0.3 Vp-p
Bi-level sync: 0.3 Vp-p
B/R (GBR): 0.7 Vp-p ± 2 dB positive,
75 ohms terminated
When the LKRI-002 is installed
SMPTE format HD
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Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Preset signal
fH (kHz)
fV (Hz)
Aspect ratio
VIDEO60
15.73
59.94
4:3
VIDEO50
15.63
50.00
4:3
HDTV
33.75
60.00
16:9
1024 × 768_VESA60
48.36
60.00
4:3
1024 × 768_VESA70
56.48
70.07
4:3
1024 × 768_VESA75
60.02
75.03
4:3
1024 × 768_VESA85
68.68
85.00
4:3
1280 × 960_VESA60
60.00
60.00
4:3
1280 × 1024_VESA60
63.97
60.01
5:4
1280 × 1024_VESA75
79.98
75.03
5:4
1280 × 1024_VESA85
91.15
85.02
5:4
1600 ×
1200_VESA605
75.00
60.00
4:3
720/60P
45.00
60.00
16:9
Pin assignment
720/50P
37.50
50.00
16:9
RS232C connector (D-sub 9-pin, female)
1080/48I (24PsF)
27.00
48.00
16:9
1080/50I
28.13
50.00
16:9
Optional accessories
Projection lamp house
LKRX-B110 (for SRX-R110)
LKRX-B105 (for SRX-R105)
Projection lamp
LKRX-110 (for SRX-R110)
LKRX-105 (for SRX-R105)
Analog input board
LKRI-001 (analog RGB/component/HD
input with 5 BNC type)
HD-SDI (4:2:2) input board
LKRI-002 (HD-SDI input/output with 2
BNC type)
Projection lens
LKRI-Z115 (1.5 to 1.9-times zoom lens)
LKRI-Z120 (1.9 to 2.3-times zoom lens)
LKRI-Z125 (2.3 to 4.0-times zoom lens)
LKRI-Z140 (4.0 to 7.0-times zoom lens)
Chapter 5 Others
5
4
9
3
8
2
7
1
6
1
NC
2
RD
Received Data
3
TD
Transmit Data
4
DTR*
Data Terminal Ready
5
GND
Ground
6
DSR*
Data Set Ready
7
RTS**
Request to Send
8
CTS**
Clear to send
9
NC
* Circuit between pins 4 and 6 is short-circuited in the projector.
** Circuit between pins 7 and 8 is short-circuited in the projector.
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Preset Signals
Specifications
Displayed image size in multiple screen mode
Unit: pixel
Screen mode
Type of signal
Full screen
Horizontal
size
Dual screen
Vertical size
Horizontal
size
Quad screen
Vertical size
Horizontal
size
Vertical size
VIDEO60
2880
2156
2003
1499
1440
1078
VIDEO50
2880
2146
2003
1504
1440
1073
XGA
2849
2137
2048
1536
1432
1074
SXGA
2560
2048
2048
1638
1280
1024
UXGA*
2864
2148
1600
1200
–
–
720p
3810
2143
2048
1152
1280
720
HD
3840
2160
1920
1080
1920
1080
4K
4096
2160
–
–
–
–
* The UXGA signal does not support the quad-screen mode and no picture is displayed.
Chapter 5 Others
Specifications
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Index
F
R
Focus 22, 28
Frame Adjust 28
FUNCTION 1/2/3 25
Gamma 27
Registering the settings 25
Remote Commander
Battery installation 12
Location and Function of Controls
11
Resetting the settings 25
RS-232C 17
H
S
H Shift 28
H Size 28
SCREEN CONTROL window 10
Screen mode 22, 23
Shift 22, 28
Signal Adjust 27
Signal Info 26
Signal Mode 26
Specifications 35
SRX Controller
Browser Screen 18
installing 15
starting 18
STATUS MESSAGE window 33
Supplied accessories 35
A
Adjusters 14
Adjusting
focus 28
lens shift 28
picture 12, 27
zoom 28
B
Battery
installation 12
notes 12
C
Carrying handles 14
CD-ROM manual 6
Color 27
Color Space 27
Color Temp 27
COLOR/FRAME window 27
Connection mode 18
Connections
component/video GBR equipment
19
computer 20
computer for controlling the
projector 17
HD-SDI equipment 19
Control Function Menu window
Displaying 25
Location and function of controls
9
Cut off the picture 22, 24
D
Dot Phase 28
E
Error messages 33
ETHERNET connector 17
G
I
I/P Mode 26
Input Source 26
INSTALLATION 29
INSTALLATION window 28
Installing the projector 15
L
Lamp Life 31
LAMP POWER 28
LAMP SELECT 29
LENS CONTROL 28
Location and Function of Controls
Control Function Menu window 9
Front/Top 8
Left Side/Rear 9
Remote Commander 11
T
TEST PATTERN 29
Troubleshooting 32
V
V Shift 28
O
Z
Optional accessories 36
Zoom 22, 28
P
PICTURE CONTROL window 26
Precautions 5
Precautions on installation 13
PROGRESSIVE DISPLAY MODE
28
Projecting
Using the computer for controlling
the projector 23
Using the Remote Commander 21
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