PROXIMA PRO AV 9320L (01) PDF MANUAL

Report any errors on this page in the comment box below.

PDF OCR Transcript: USER'S GUIDE i PROXIMA Multimedia Projector Model Pro AV 9320 Pro AV 9320L (Lens less) English Us English. GE Deutsch Français Italiano ben mar . Español o . . Aho 1K 1K be ++ 1 Porovnary wwwww 9.*.. . ++++++ . ..1 th 3 . personality x . mu wer V 7 . words RA ente ICC WOW - PRESENTATIONS WORKING SESSIONS - TRAINING - MULTIMEDIA - ANIMATION - VIDEO . ' ". MAR INFORMATION TO THE USER NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of 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 User's Guide, 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. ...LL.MN TO THE OWNER As the owner of a Pro AV 9320/9320L, you are probably eager to try out your new projector. Before you do, we sugges that you spend a little time reading this guide to familiarize yourself with the operating procedures, so that you will receive maximum satisfaction from the many features included in your new projector. This user's guide will acquaint you with your projector's features. Reading it will help us too. Through the years, we have found that many service requests were not caused by problems with our projectors. They were caused by problems tha could have been prevented, if the owner had followed the instructions in the guide. You can often correct operating problems yourself. If your projector fails to work properly, see "TROUBLESHOOTING section on pages 55 - 56 and try the solutions marked for each problem. SAFETY PRE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. This Projector has a grounding-type AC line plug. This is a safety feature to be sure that the plug will fit into the ver outlet. Do not try to defeat this safety feature. Intense light source. Do not stare directly into the projection lens as possible eye damage could result. Be especially careful that children do not stare directly into the beam. The Remote Control Unit, supplied to this projector, emits the laser beam as the Laser Pointer function from the Laser Light Window while pressing the LASER button. Do not look into the Laser Light Window or shine the laser beam on yourself or other people. Eye damage may result. If the Projector will not be used for an extended time, unplug the new Projector from the power outlet. This Projector should be set in the way indicated. Never hang the projector, or fall down on its side. It may result in fire hazard. READ AND KEEP THIS USER'S GUIDE FOR LATER USE. CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN 2 NO USPEHCE ETHERE 3 CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE EXCEPT LAMP REPLACEMENT. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THERE DANGEROUS VOLTAGE CONSTITUTING ARE IMPORTANT OPERATING AND A RISK OR ELECTRIC. SHOCK IS MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE PRESENT WITHIN THIS UNITED USER'S GUIDE WITH THIS UNIT hell - . . thorouwwwwww U www wwwwwwwatott ... .. .... . . wwwwwwwwww w M .......... ...... All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use. Unplug this projector from AC power supply ? ore cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use Sinamp cloth for cleaning. Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer as they may cause hazards. Unplug this projector from wall outlet and refer servicing ti qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or trayed. b. If liquid has been spilled into the projector. c. If the projector has been exposed to rain or water. d. If the projector does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as imprope adjustment of other controls may result in damage an, will often require extensive work by a qualified techniciar to restore the projector to normal operation. e. If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has beer damaged. 1. When the projector exhibits a distinct change ir performance-this indicates a need for service. Do not place this projector on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The projector may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the projector. Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the projector. Wall or shelf mounting should follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use a mounting kit approved by the manufacturer, hot When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire electric shock, or injury to persons. Do not expose this unit to rain or use near water... for example, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, etc... Slots and openings in the back and bottom of the cabinet are provided for ventilation, to insure reliable operation of the equipment and to protect it from overheating. The openings should never be covered with cloth or other material, and the bottom opening should not be blocked by placing the projector on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This projector should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. W .. . ww Upon completion of any service or repairs to this projector ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks to determine that the projector is in safe operating condition. This projector is equipped with a grounding type AC line plug. Should you be unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician. Do not defeat the safety GROUND purpose of this grounding type plug. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the projectors. For added protection to the projector during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage due to lightning and powerline surges. -This projector should not be placed in a built-in installation loh as a bookcase unless proper ventilation is provided. un projector should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied, consult your authorized dealer or local power company. 33 RAM Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric shock. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this projector where the cord will be abused by persons walking on it. An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. Never push objects of any kind into this projector through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the projector, Do not attempt to service this projector yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. If the projector is to be built into a compartment or similarly enclosed, the minimum distances must be maintained. Do not cover the ventilation slot on the projector. Heat build-up can reduce the service life of your projector, and can also be dangerous. ILONA I O E WALL MU | PROJECTOR 1 (FRONT) 50cm | PROJECTOR (SIDE) MURUAR 50cm th TABLE OF CONTENTS om www c www PAGE PAGE 34 34 , P-TIMER FUNCTION AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION CURSOR FUNCTION MENU OPERATION MODE SELECT SOUND ADJUSTMENT LANGUAGE ADJUSTMENT 35-36 FEATURES AND DESIGN IMRODUCTION COMPATIBILITY IMAGE RESOLUTION AUTOMATIC MULTISCANNING SYSTEM SCREEN MODE MULTILANGUAGE UNPACKING THE PROJECTOR SA TRADEMARKS 35 VIDEO MODE 37-39 VIDEO MODE COLOR SYSTEM SELECT VIDEO SOURCE SELECT PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT 6-9 LATION LATION 38 INSTALLATION NAME OF EACH PART OF THE PROJECTOR SETTING-UP THE PROJECTOR MOVING THE PROJECTOR POWER REQUIREMENTS ON 0 CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR TERMINAL OF THE PROJECTOR CONNECTING THE COMPUTER CONNECTING THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT 49 1 BEFORE OPERATION CONTROLS AND INDICATOR OPERATION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL UNIT WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL UNIT CONTROL THE PROJECTOR DIRECT OPERATION MENU OPERATION COMPUTER MODE 40-49 COMPUTER SYSTEM SELECT 40 COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS . 41 10-21 AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION 10-11 PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT 12-19 PICTURE POSITION ADJUSTMENT 44 20-21 PC ADJUSTMENT 45-48 PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT 22-31 22-23 OTHER FUNCTION SETTING 50-52 24-28 BLUE BACK 50-51 24-26 DISPLAY 50-51 27-28 REVERSE T/B 50-51 29-31 REVERSE LIR 50-51 29 SPLIT WIPE 50-51 30-31 POWER MANAGEMENT 50-51 USB (Mouse or Control) 50-51 32-51 REMOTE CONTROL (Mode 1 or Mode 2) 50-51 LAMP AGE 33-34 APPENDIX 53-57 MAINTENANCE 53-55 TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING 54 LAMP REPLACEMENT CLEANING THE LENS 55-56 TROUBLESHOOTING TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 32 53 BASIC OPERATION TURNING ON/OFF THE PROJECTOR DIRECT OPERATION MODE SELECT SOUND VOLUME ADJUSTMENT SOUND MUTE FUNCTION ZOOM ADJUSTMENT FOCUS ADJUSTMENT LENS SHIFT ADJUSTMENT DIGITAL ZOOM FUNCTION MAL PICTURE FUNCTION FREEZE PICTURE FUNCTION NO SHOW FUNCTION 55 Wii HA utitutitutit New | INTRODUCTION The Pro AV 9320/9320L is a multimedia projector that combines powerful and sophisticated features with easy-to-use, intuitive controls. Built-in multimedia features include audio, a palette of 16.77 million colors and active matrix liquid tal display (LCD) technology. The projector is ideal for high-performance business, training and imaging applications threr demand exceptional color quality. COMPATIBILITY The projector is compatible with many different types of personal computers and video devices, including: IBM-compatible computers, including laptops, up to 1280 x 1024 resolution. Apple Macintosh and PowerBook computers up to 1280 x 1024 resolution. Various VCRS, video disc players, video cameras, DVD players, satellite TV tuners or other AV equipment using any of the worldwide video standards, including NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N and SECAM. IMAGE RESOLUTION The resolution of the projector's projected image is 1024 x 768. The projector displays computer images just as they appear on your computer's monitor. Screen resolutions between 1024 X 768 and 1280 X 1024 are compressed to 1024 x 768. The projector cannot display screen resolutions above 1280 x 1024. If your computer's screen resolution is higher than 1280 x 1024, reset it to a lower resolution before you connect the projector. 4 AUTOMATIC MULTISCANNING SYSTEM MA This projector can detect display signals from most personal computers currently distributed. It is free from complicated adjustments to project picture images from PC. "xt | SCREEN MODE Screen display can be selected among; Computer mode --- True, Digital zoom (Expand, Compress, Panning) Video mode --- Regular (4:3), Wide (16:9) MULTILANGUAGE MENU DISPLAY is displayed with; English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese. | UNPACKING THE PROJECTOR EXCEL The projector comes with the parts listed below. Check to find all the parts are included. If any parts are missing, contact an authorized dealer or service station. • User's Guide. AC Power Cord. • Wireless Remote Control Unit. Wireless/Wired Remote Control Unit. • Remote Control Cable. Batteries for Remote Control Units. • VGA Cable. Mouse Cable for PS/2 port. @ Mouse Cable for serial port. • Mouse Cable for ADB port. VGA/MAC Adapter. PC Audio Cable (RCA type). • Video/Audio Cable (RCA type) S-Video Cable (Mini DIN-4 type). © BNC/RCA Adapter. • Protective Dust Cover. Lens Cover. • Registration Card KOREA | TRADEMARKS • Apple, Macintosh, and PowerBook are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. IBM and PS/2 are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines, Inc. Windows is a trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. ther trademarks are the property of their respective owners. N A . . ** NAME OF EACH PART OF THE PROJECTOR - - :-.- . .. . .. : FRONT OF THE PROJECTOR 1000000 t tenskydych Wat Logo pert SA ostek iser code REMOVABLE LENS COVER # opterit Ukwateryx ..comowa cosistema pepe COVER REAR OF THE PROJECTOR Here .cavat 5 NA Sinding Wartori phis 00000 Worktop -yhri IK .cocoon b orontowe Hrown from the exhaust vent is hot. Observe the following when handling your rojector or choosing a location to install it. mit www . ** - Yol 888 Spurios fight kat barsting path the the sentyapip Wwwx0XROOMSASSASSASSASSWOWSH 999 new exhaust port. If you set the projector on top of a metallic surface, the surface will become hot because of the hot air exhaust. Be careful when handling. Do not touch the cabinet near to the exhaust vent area, and especially screws and metallic parts. These parts will become hot while the projector is used. INFRARED REMOTE RECEIVER CARRY HANDLE MAIN ONOFF SWITCH POWER CORD CONNECTOR h Y abit AIR INTAKE SABAB **w w w wwwvimomarinhomomomomomoromowcowni a .me OTTOM OF THE PROJECTOR www.000w wwwwwwwwwwww wwws 3 2 942 ometimes S e Fotomexower 80 8 3 ? .CONCYCOXX20000 ote FEET meo wa . YA wowow Cha WWW rter SBSURD XAL 2 23 www. talentoi wwwwwwwwwww www.wemo ܕܢܬܙܞ. AIR INTAKE VENT O H W OD W O ODCOU09000ko co COMO COMOD.000.000 ron ht - SETTING-UP THE PROJECTOR w • This projector is basically designed to project on a flat projection surface. OSITIONING: This projector can be focused from 4.9' (1.5 m) - 80.7' (24.6 m). © Refer to the figure below as an example when positioning the projector to the screen. THIS PROJECTOR SHOULD NEVER BE SET IN THE WAY INDICATED, NEVER HANG THE PROJECTOR UPSIDE DOWN. IT MAY RESULT IN FIRE HAZARD. WAP ROOM LIGHT Maximum Zoom Minimum Zoom The projector should be placed in a room with limited light. Picture quality will be directly affected by lightning conditions. 300" GY 100 150 200 X TER & www DISTANCE 40 300" 77" Screen Max. Zoom 100 150 200" 400" 600" Size Min. Zoom 115" 154" 1 231" 308" 462" Distance | 4.9' (1.5 m) 13.1'(4.0 m) 20' (6.1 m) 26.9" (8.2 m) 40' (12.2 m) 53.8 (16.4 m) 80.7 (24.6 m) ADJUSTABLE FEET WWW Picture tilt and projection angle can be adjusted by twisting ADJUSTABLE FEET. Projection angle can be adjusted up to 4 degrees by rotating Adjustable Feet. MOVE THE PROJECTED IMAGE POSITION Adjust the projected image position (maximum 760m downward or upward on the 100" screen) by using lens sh function. (See page 33.) 760 mm SO 100" SCREEN DOWN UP DOWN UP ADJUSTABLE FEET IU 09L, . INSTALLATION . be o VENTILATION T' projector is equipped with a cooling fan to protect it from peating. Pay attention to the following to ensure the ventilation and avoid a possible risk of fire and malfunction, • Do not cover the vents with papers or other materials. & Keep the rear grill at least 3.3' (1m) away from any object. Make sure that there are no objects under the projector. An object under the projector may prevent the projector from taking the cooling air through the bottom vent. . ve wanada wwwwwwwwww . SA AIR INTAKE VENT (BOTTOM SIDE) EXHAUST VENT (REAR SIDE) MOVING THE PROJECTOR Use the carry handle when moving the projector. Replace the lens cover and rotate the adjustable feet fully clockwise. he ht CAUTION IN CARRYING OR TRANSPORTING THE PROJECTOR Do not drop or give a shock to the projector, otherwise damage or malfunction may result. When carrying the projector, use a Proxima recommended Carrying Case. • Do not transport the projector by using a courier or transport service in an unsuitable transport case. This may cause damage to the projector. To transport the projector through a courier or transport service, use a Proxima recommended Case. ® For a carrying or transportation cases, contact a Proxima authorized dealer. ALANAN wwwwwwwww w wwwwwwww .... ' ' .' .. ..... . . POWER REQUIREMENTS POW WWW Your projector uses nominal input voltages of 100-120 VAC or 200-240 VAC. The njector automatically selects the correct input voltage. The projector is designed Work with single-phase power systems having a grounded neutral conductor. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not plug into any other type of power system. Consult your authorized dealer or service station if you are not sure what type of power is supplied to your building. hy hey th T 2227 ELLE Projector Side (Female AC outlet side (Male) 27 NA JIKIS Connect the AC power supply ce (supplied) to the projector. The socket-outlet must be near t equipment and must be eas accessible. CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR mm .... . . . ..- --Y fo 3E " WWE, EN . . L TERMINAL OF THE PROJECTOR IDE OF THE PROJECTOR (CONNECT THE COMPUTER) | mon www . PCIN-1 USB digital in aucho analogiRGB in USA T 0000 'N R # # # # m n m H H m # # # # # # # PC N-2 audio USB control IN PC OUT R/C jack serial analog AGB out O $1 ** Www: wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww 4 13 12 om COMPUTER INPUT-1 TERMINAL (ANALOG HDB 15-PIN) Used to connect a computer to the projector. COMPUTER INPUT-1 TERMINAL (DIGITAL MDR 20-PIN) Used to connect a computer to the projector. COMPUTER INPUT-2 JACKS (BNC TYPE X 5) Used to connect a computer to the projector. MONITOR OUTPUT TERMINAL (ANALOG HDB 15-PIN) Used to connect a monitor to the projector. COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT-1 JACKS (R and L) Used to connect an audio output from the computer to the projector. COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT-2 JACKS (R and L) Used to connect an audio output from the computer to the projector. AUDIO MONITOR OUTPUT JACKS (R and L) Used to connect an audio input from audio equipment to the projector. CONTROL PORT-1 CONNECTOR Used to connect a mouse cable to the projector. 9 CONTROL PORT-2 CONNECTOR Used to connect a mouse cable to the projector. USB PORT-1 CONNECTOR Used to connect a computer to the projector. 11 USB PORT-2 CONNECTOR Used to connect a computer to the projector. 12 SERIAL PORT TERMINAL (DB9) Used to connect a computer to the projector. WIRED REMOTE JACK When using the wired remote control, connect the remote cable to this jack. ... .. . ',?? . .. . . ..... . . '.', . .. wwwwwwwwwww ... SIDE OF THE PROJECTOR (CONNECT THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT) Sz4 27 WASAN K UKAA .12717779YZN .9.2 2. SAUS VIDEO IN-1 Videoty clcb (b-y) VIDEO erry | svideo T cr(ry) $-video 3 ** VIDEO IN-2 Tot slcb (buy) crry) S-vidlo audio a 15000 u 4 u 4 + 4 + + . # W + + + + + + + + + - - # # w w # # # MONITOR OUT Vidar dob (b-y) c(-y) S-video audio HALAL VIDEO INPUT JACKS-1 (BNC TYPE X 3) Used to connect a video source to the projector. S-VIDEO INPUT JACK:1 Used to connect a S-VHS video source to the projector. AUDIO INPUT JACKS-1 (R and L) Used to connect an audio source to the projector. VIDEO INPUT JACKS-2 (BNC TYPE X 3) Used to connect a video source to the projector. S-VIDEO INPUT JACK-2 Used to connect a S-VHS video source to the projector. 19 AUDIO INPUT JACKS-2 (R and L) Used to connect an audio source to the projector. VIDEO MONITOR OUTPUT JACKS (BNC TYPE X 3) Permits video connection to a monitor. VIDEO MONITOR (S-VIDEO) OUTPUT JACK Permits S-VHS video connection to a monitor, AUDIO MONITOR OUTPUT JACKS (R and L) Permits audio connection to a monitor. " ' 11 CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR ww w . .... . CONNECTING THE COMPUTER DEXT CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER INPUT 1 TERMINAL (ANALOG HDB 15-PIN) OT 2 V Personal computers can be connected to the HDB15-pin (VGA) terminal on the projector. ® Connect the computer to these terminals using the VGA cable and VGA/MAC adapter (provided). CAUTION: For projectors, the VGA cable provided is designed to reduce RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) emissions For regulatory compliance reasons, this cable must be used and must not be replaced by any other cable. | CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER INPUT 1 TERMINAL (DIGITAL MDR 20-PIN) SA Digital output signal from the computer can be connected to the DIGITAL terminal (MDR 20-pin). When using this input Graphic Accelerator Board designed for this projector should be installed into your computer and set-up the computer configuration following instruction included in the Graphic Accelerator Board package. Refer to DIGITAL INPUT CONNECTION on page 15 and 17. | CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER INPUT 2 JACKS (BNC x 5) Personal computers can be connected to the computer input (Red, Green, Blue, Horiz. Sync. and Vert. Sync.) on the projector. © Connect the computer to these jacks using the BNC cables (not provided). OMPUTER INPUT 2 JACKS (E SEX wasomo CONNECTING TO THE COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT JACKS (1 and 2) Connect audio outputs from your computer to these jacks using the audio cable (not provided). CONNECTING TO THE MULTI-POLE 12-PIN (CONTROL PORT) CONNECTORS (1 and 2) When the computer is operated by projector's remote control unit, connect three different type of cables (provide between projector control port and computer mouse port or serial port. 16 Mouse Cable for PS/2 port. COMPUTER TYPE: IBM Compatible computer with PS/2 mouse port. IBM Compatible computer with serial port. Apple Macintosh computer with ADB mouse port. Mouse Cable for Serial port. Mouse Cable for ADB port. - CONTROL PORT 15 PS/2 port | Serial Pont ADB Port TXD ADB CLK DATA CONTROL PORT CABLE REMOVAL HINT Disconnect control port cable with following steps. READY 1. Hold the portion (A) of the connector with one hand. 2. Pull the portion (B) arrow direction and remove connector. GND 1 GND GND W ww + LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 12 AN wwwwwwwwwwwwwww w wwww . . ..: CONNECTING TO THE MONITOR OUTPUT TERMINAL (ANALOG HDB 15-PIN) This terminal output the information of the selected computer source being viewed on the screen (Computer 1 or Computer When video source ("Video 1" or "Video 2") is selected, this terminal outputs Computer 1 input information. i external monitor can be connected to the HDB15-pin (VGA) terminal on the projector. Connect the monitor to this terminal using the VGA cable (not provided). HDB 15 PIN TERMINAL Pin No./Signal 1 Red input 2 Green input 3 Blue input 4 Sense 2: 5 Ground (Horiz.sync.) 6 Ground (Red) 7 Ground (Green) . 8 Ground (Blue) Pin No./Signal 9 Non Connect 10 Ground (Vert. sync.) 11 Sense o 12 Sense 1 13. Horiz. sync 14 Vert. sync 15 Reserved XOX 13 n Seven CONNECTING TO THE AUDIO MONITOR OUTPUT (VARIABLE) JACKS See These jacks will contain the audio information of the selected program source being viewed on the screen (Computer Computer 2, Video 1 or Video 2). If you have selected program source Computer 2 the audio signal connected to t Computer 2 audio input jack will be available at the audio monitor output jacks. Use RCA type audio for connection. @ If the audio input of the audio equipment is stereo, be sure to connect the right and left channels to the respective ric and left jacks. • li the audio input of the audio equipment is monaural, connect it to the left jack. Sex ONNECTING TO THE SERIAL PORT (DB 9-PIN) TERMINAL 888 o if you control the projector by computer, you must connect a cable (not provided) from your computer to this terminal. RXD Txp SERIAL PORT D89-PIN TERMINAL Ground wa 0989 w wwwwwww SA VOTEX SEX CONNECTING TO THE USB PORT CONNECTORS (1 and 2) MAS This Projector is designed for connecting with USB Port of the computer or peripheral equipment that is to be standard. 2 USB PORT w ere ORA 2 Vcc - Data Data Ground CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR A S ... WwWwwAM .. : CONNECTING AF OMPUTER BN-COMPATIBLE DESK GO MONITOR CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) COMPUTER wwwwwwww COMPUTER BNC CABLE x 5 (NOT PROVIDED) UM (BNO TYPE X 5) LED L w USA USA Rose VGA CABLE (PROVIDED) COMPUTER OUTPUT (HDB15-PIN TYPE) 2 . AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) COMPUTER ATT SERIAL PORT INPUT SESUAL PORT POSREPORT PS/2 PORT INPUT AUDIO OUTPUT L COMPUTER INPUT 1 (ANALOG) COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT 1 or 2 R - + + + x + - - - - + # digte USY ... M - - - . SB t MOUSE CABLE FOR PS/2 PORT (PROVIDED) f * COMPUTER INPUT 2 b # wa MONITOR OUTPUT wint 2 X Y CONTROL PORT OUTPUT 1 or 2 # AAH MOUSE CABLE FOR SERIAL PORT (PROVIDED) - - - - - - - - - - --r- +# town SERIAL PORT CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) SERIAL PORT OUTPUT AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) COMPUTER · AUDIO OUTPUT AUDIO INPUT À SPEAKER Speaker (L) Speaker (R) 8898 . .. . ..... ... ........... ... Amp. NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on. CONNECTING THE PROJECT ww w w w . ......... w ww www . han - XX CONNECTING AN IBM-COMPATIBLE DESKTOP COMPUTER (DIGITAL INPUT CONNECTION) OTE: This connection need optionally sold Graphic Accelerator Board. For this information, contact to your authorized dealer. 24 Before using with digital connection, install (Plug in) Graphic Accelera Board into PCI bus slot of the computer and set up the compu following instructions in the Graphic Accelerator Board package. COMPUTER MONITOR CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) GRAPHIC ACCELERATOR BOARD ANALOG OUTPUT . DIGITAL FLAT PANEL CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) DIGITAL INSTALL (PLUG) OUTPUT INTO PCI BUS SLOT COMPUTER R TDI AUDIO OUTPUT L ITUD SERIAL PORT INPUT PS/2 PORT INPUT AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT 1 COMPUTER INPUT 1 (DIGITAL) PC 138 TTTTTT OLMAL .: POIN MOUSE CABLE FOR PS/2 PORT (PROVIDED) OO OOOOO ac mg 36 @bbc oby 350 R . | MOUSE CABLE FOR SERIAL PORT (PROVIDED) CONTROL PORT OUTPUT 1 - hith SERIAL PORT CABLE) (NOT PROVIDED) SERIAL PORT OUTPUT . COMPUTER AUDIO OUTPUT AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) AUDIO À INPUT SPEAKER LT TR OUT Speaker (L) Speaker (R) :::: O = Amp. NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on. SS . 15 CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR wwwwwwwwwwwwwwww w wwwwwww mm wwwww wwwwwwwwwwwwwwww w . ww CONNECTING AN IBM-COMPATIBLE LAPTOP COMPUTER ya COMPUTER VGA CABLE (PROVIDED) COMPUTER OUTPUT (DB15-PIN TYPE) USA R AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED SERIAL PORT INPUT PS/2 PORT INPUT COMPUTER AUDIO OUTPUT O D COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT I. R COMPUTER INPUT 1 (ANALOG) WS MOUSE CABLE FOR PS/2 PORT (PROVIDED) 111 1998 ce CONTROL PORTTI 67 66 00000 CONTROL PORT OUTPUT 1 11 RAC Re Out AJA MEROX ce L Fewert MOUSE CABLE FOR SERIAL PORT (PROVIDED) SERIAL PORT OUTPUT COMPUTER AUDIO OUTPUT SERIAL PORT CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) SPEAKER OUT RTL. Speaker (L) Speaker (R) AUDIO INPUT Amp. NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on. NOTE: We comporte linge Turne betere people to read the rest 16 LONNECTING THE PROJECT wa Www CONNECTING AN IBM-COMPATIBLE LAPTOP COMPUTER (DIGITAL INPUT CONNECTION) go X EX AN HOTE: This connection need optionally sold Graphic Accelerator PC card. For this information, contact to your authorized dealer. COMPUTER Before using with digital connection, install (Plug in) Graphic Accelerator PC card into card bus slot of the computer and set up the computer following instructions in the Graphic Accelerator PC card package. GRAPHIC ACCELERATOR PC CARD INSTALL (PLUG) the second to non som samen - - - INTO PC CARD - BUS SLOT ANALOG OUTPUT AR WWW DIGITAL OUTPUT DIGITAL FLAT PANEL CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) SERIAL PORT INPUT COMPUTER AUDIO OUTPUT PS/2 PORT INPUT COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT 1 - - . . . - - # m m + . . . . . . . . WSR Corrtoys e asales AGB OR MOUSE CABLE FOR PS/2 PORT (PROVIDED) COMPUTER INPUT 1 (DIGITAL) . st contro CONTROL PORT OUTPUT 1 ha Auto sol analog #58 OSNOVE MOUSE CABLE FOR SERIAL PORT (PROVIDED) SERIAL PORT OUTPUT COMPUTER AUDIO OUTPUT SERIAL PORT CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) RUHL SPEAKER OUT Speaker (L) : | Speaker (R) AUDIO INPUT Amp NOTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on. 17 CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR w . Wwwwwwww ww . ...... 4416 . .. .. . I' m CONNECTING A MACINTOSH DESKTOP COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER BNC CABLE x 5 (NOT PROVIDED) MONITOR CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) T 1 M COMPUTER OUTPUT (BNC TYPE 5) wwww................ ... . .. ATT TITU VGA/MAC ADAPTER (PROVIDED) USA COMPUTER OUTPUT COMPUTER R AUDIO OUTPUT I w VGA CABLES (PROVIDED) intang D . ADB PORT ADB PORT INPUT INPUT AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) LIID COMPUTER INPUT 1 (ANALOG) ........... COMPUTER AUDIO OUTPUT1 or 2 W PC រ - lo dos o wwwwwwwww.. mu 5 . . . . . . . PCty astrol MOUSE CABLE FOR ADB PORT (PROVIDED) COMPUTER INPUT 2 1 Why 16 ..... MONITOR OUTPUT CONTROL PORT OUTPUT 1 or 2 SERIAL PORT OUTPUT SERIAL PORT CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) COMPUTER AUDIO OUTPUT. AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) AUDIO INPUT RYL SPEAKER CUTARE . Speaker (L) Speaker (R) Amp. 22x20 ENVYYASS Set the dip switches as shown in the table below depending on VGAMAC ADAPTER the RESOLUTION MODE that you want to use before you turn on the projector and computer. SW1-SW6 RESOLUTION MODE | SW SW2 | SW3 SW SW5 | SW6 1:13! MODE (640 X 480) | ON ION OFF OFF | OFF OFF 16' MODE (832 624) OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF 19" MODE (1024 x 768) OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF 21" MODE (1152 x 870) | ONION ON T ON OFF | OFF Note: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should bi disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on. 03 cro SA w HL 18 CONNECTING THE PROJECT VW w ww. . . www . www. wwwwwwwwwwwwwww w www | CONNECTING A MACINTOSH POWERBOOK COMPUTER COMPUTER NOTE: The Macintosh PowerBook requires the use of the PowerBook Video Adapter shipped with the PowerBook. VGAMAC ADAPTER (PROVIDED) COMPUTER OUTPUT Window eteryers SW OROAS L Et VGA CABLE (PROVIDED) COMPUTER R ADB PORT INPUT ADB PORT INPUT AUDIO OUTPUT S TILO AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED). COMPUTER INPUT 1 (ANALOG) herr SH COMPUTER AUDIO INPUT 1 = = = = 20+ MOUSE CABLE FOR ADB PORT (PROVIDED) Á 65 OOOOO AT 1 4 . analog R$$ AWW GAS 4. 4 CONTROL PORT OUTPUT 1 SERIAL PORT OUTPUT COMPUTER AUDIO OUTPUT SERIAL PORT CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) AUDIO CABLE (NOT PROVIDED) - AUDIO INPUT SPEAKER RY YL OUT Speaker (L) Speaker (R) Amp. USE Set the dip switches as shown in the table below depending on VGA/MAC ADAPTER the RESOLUTION MODE that you want to use before you turn on the projector and computer. SW1 - SW6 RESOLUTION MODE swi sw2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SWS 113 MODE (640 x 480) | ON ON OFF OFF | OFF OFF 16 MODE (832 x 624) OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF | 19 MODE (1024x768) OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF 21" MODE (1152 x 870) | ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector and peripheral equipment on before the computer is switched on. SLEVES CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR MTI .. CONNECTING THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT . CONNECTING TO THE VIDEO INPUT JACKS (1 and 2) BNC TYPE X 3 XXV DER Connect to the video outputs of a VCR, video disc player, DVD player, video camera, satellite TV tuner or other A equipment. Connect video output from AV equipment to these jacks using the BNC cables. The video input can be connected 3 types of signals; COMPOSITE VIDEO", "Y/C SEPARATE VIDEO" and COMPONEN VIDEO (Y, Cb (B-Y), Cr (R-Y)). Set VIDEO SOURCE of each video input (VIDEO IN-1 or VIDEO IN-2) to input video matter. (Refer to "VIDEO SOURC SELECT" operation on page 37). USA | CONNECTING S-VHS VIDEO INPUT JACKS (1 and 2) The Video input includes an extra video input jack marked S-VIDEO to allow connection to an S-VHS format VCR that ha separate Y/C video signals. The S-VIDEO jack has priority over the VIDEO jack. | CONNECTING TO THE AUDIO INPUT JACKS (1 and 2) Connect to the audio outputs of a VCR, video disc player, DVD player, video camera, satellite TV tuner or other Al equipment. Use RCA type audio cable for connection. • If the audio signal from the AV equipment is stereo, be sure to connect the right and left channels to the respective righ and left audio input jacks. © If the external audio signal is monaural, connect it to the left jack. XOS 93 | CONNECTING TO THE VIDEO MONITOR OUTPUT JACKS (BNC TYPE X 3) se jacks will contain the video information of the selected program source being viewed on the screen (Video Video 2). If you have selected program source Video 2 the video signal connected to the Video 2 video input jack wi available at the video monitor output jacks. If you select program source "Computer 1" or "Computer 2, the video signa connected to the Video 1 video input jack will be available at the video monitor output jacks. Use BNC cable for connection. CONNECTING TO THE S-VHS VIDEO MONITOR OUTPUT JACK The Video monitor output includes an extra video input jack marked S-VIDEO to allow connection to an S-VHS format VCR that has separate Y/C video signals. The S-VIDEO jack has priority over the VIDEO jack. | CONNECTING TO THE AUDIO MONITOR OUTPUT JACKS These jacks will contain the audio information of the selected program source being viewed on the screen (Video 1 or Video 2). If you have selected program source Video 2 the audio signal connected to the Video 2 audio input jack will be available at the audio monitor output jacks. If you select program source "Computer 1" or "Computer 2", the audio signal connected to the Video 1 audio input jack will be available at the audio monitor output jacks. Use RCA type audio cable for connection. © If the audio input of the audio equipment is stereo, be sure to connect the right and left channels to the respective right and left jacks. • If the audio input of the audio equipment is monaural, connect it to the left jack. honar th MULL mmmm 20 LUNNECTING THE PROJECTM CONNECTING THE VIDEO EQUIPMENT VIDEO EQUIPMENT DVD Player Video Disc Player Satellite TV Tuner Video Camera Video Cassette Recorder immunitetit belle www...... 000 .. .... ww w ww 1 VIDEO Y C Cb (B-Y) Cr(R-Y) OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT (BNC) (BNC) (BNC) (BNC) (BNC) S-VIDEO AUDIO OUTPUT OUTPUT AN ANAMAMDA T + + + + + + + - - - + W +. VIDEO IN-11 19 Com LALALALALALALALANG os Kapadokya videody MONITOR OUT videon tico y experiment + W W ter tertterier VIDEO INPUT (BNC) Y INPUT INPUT (BNC) (BNC) Cb (B-Y) INPUT (BNC) Cr(R-Y) INPUT (BNC) S-VIDEO INPUT AUDIO INPUT . 30th * www SPEAKERS AUDIO AMP. MONITOR OTE: When connecting the cable, the power cords of both the projector and the external equipment should be disconnected from AC outlet. Turn the projector on before the peripheral equipment is switched on. Denne BEFORE OPERATION CONTROLS AND INDICATORS S3 FRONT INDICATORS Without were dando USA . Op WA ost be TOP CONTROLS : FRONT INDICATORS lamp ready warning temp lamp replace vocean TOP CONTROLS 44344 volume focus lens shift power 1 wa VASE COLOUR auto image normal select 22 www . . ..... ..... LAMP REPLACEMENT INDICATOR Light is orange when the Lamp life draws to an end. TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR Flashes red when internal projector temperature is too high. READY INDICATOR Light is green when projector lamp is ready to be turned on. LAMP POWER INDICATOR Light is dim when the projector is on. Light is brightened when the projector is in stand-by mode. VOLUME BUTTONS Used to adjust volume. ZOOM BUTTONS Used to operate power zoom lens. FOCUS BUTTONS Used to operate power focus system. LENS SHIFT BUTTONS Used to operate power lens shift. POWER ON/OFF BUTTON Used to turn the projector on or off. MODE BUTTON Used to select source. (Computer 1, Computer 2, Video 1 or Video 2 Input) AUTO IMAGE BUTTON Used to operate the AUTO IMAGE function. MENU BUTTON This button will activate the MENU operation, Use this button, the POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons and the SELECT button to make adjustments to projector's setting in MENU operation. NORMAL BUTTON Used to reset to normal picture adjustment preset by factory. POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT BUTTONS To select an item on the MENU that you want to adjust. To select an item, move the arrow by pressing these butt (UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT). SELECT BUTTON This button has different functions depending on when used. This button is used to execute the item selected increase or decrease the values in certain items such as CONTRAST or BRIGHTNESS. de pont FORE OPERATION wwwwwwwwwwwwwwww OPERATION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL MYYY 20 WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL UNIT jis remote control unit is not only able to operate the projector but also usable ia wireless mouse for a PC. One pointing pad and two click buttons are used r wireless mouse operation. ireless mouse is usable when PC mouse pointer is displayed on the screen. 'hen the menu or indicator of the projector is displayed on the screen instead the PC mouse pointer, the wireless mouse cannot be used. + Hout O Com OTE: To use the unit as a PC wireless mouse, connect the projector to the PC with the attached cable. Signals from the projector are transmitted to the PC, enabling the remote control unit of the projector to be used as a PC wireless mouse. (Refer to "CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR" in pages 14 to 19 for the connection.) LASER LIGHT WINDOW ASER POINTER button AVOID EXPOSURE-LASER his remote control emits a laser beam light as the Laser RADIATION IS EMITTED 'ointer from the Laser Light Window, FROM THIS APERTURE Vhen the LASER POINTER button is pressed, laser light goes n: when the button is released, light goes ofl. aser light is emitted with the RED light which tells the laser team being emitted. "he laser emitted is a class I laser; therefore, do not look into CAUTION he laser light window or shine the laser beam on yourself or ther people. The three marks to the right are the caution abels for the laser beam. CAUTION-use of controls or adjustments or performance of This product is comprised with 21 CFR m edures other than those specified herein may result h ardous radiation exposure. KURIKU .. .. FRONT | SIDE be MAR |CO QO0IG (0) 010101010 www 20 80 DOO . LASER POINTER button SHACMANUEL 24 .. .. . ................... torch $ COMPUTER SELECT BUTTON Used to select computer mode. (Computer 1 or Computer 2 Input) VIDEO SELECT BUTTON Used to select video mode. (Video 1 or Video 2 Input) POWER ONOFF BUTTON Used to turn the projector on or off. VOLUME BUTTONS Used to adjust volume. ZOOM BUTTON Used to select power zoom lens adjust. P-TIMER BUTTON Used to operate the P-TIMER function. FOCUS BUTTON Used to select focus adjust. FREEZE/NO SHOW BUTTON Used to freeze on-screen image or change the screen into black image. SOUND MUTE BUTTON Used to mule sound. LENS SHIFT BUTTON Used to select power lens shift. CURSOR BUTTON Used to display CURSOR on the screen. AUTO IMAGE BUTTON Used to operate the AUTO IMAGE function. MENU BUTTON This button will activate the MENU operation. Use this button, the POINT UP/DOWNLEFT/RIGHT button anc SELECT (REAR CLICK) button to make adjustments to the projector's setting in MENU operation, NORMAL BUTTON Use to reset to normal picture adjustment preset by factory. POINTING PAD (POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON) When in use as a remote for the projector To select an item on the MENU that you want to adjust. To select an item, move the arrow by pressing the upward, downward, leftward or rightward. Used to operate power zoom lens, power focus system or power lens shift by pressing the pad either upwar downward. When in use as a wireless mouse Used to move the pointer. The pointer is moved according to the direction you are pressing. LASER BUTTON When this button is pressed, laser light goes on; when the button is released, light goes off. FRONT CLICK BUTTON When in use as a remote for the projector Used to compress the image in D.ZOOM mode. When in use as a wireless mouse This button has the same function as the right button in a PC mouse. DIGITAL ZOOM BUTTON Used to select digital zoom function. SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON When in use as a remote for the projector. This button has different functions depending on when used. This button is used to execute the item selectec increase or decrease the values in certain items such as CONTRAST or BRIGHTNESS. When in use as a wireless mouse This button has the same function as the left bution in a PC mouse. vole Ww mm BEFORE OPERATION W WWYWwwwww . WY .... .. . ...... . . ... emote Control Battery Installation VIVIEN 2 lace the compartment lid 0 HOY MALA Remove the battery i compartment lid. Slide the batteries into the compartment OKU . S HOULUKU Sex KOLOGRARONOUNCULUSAAMATUS Note : For correct polarity (+ and - terminal), be sure the battery terminals are in contact with the pins in the compartment. USA WAWALALALA www. wowo SCHE D 2004 722 Point the remote control toward the projector (Receiver window) whenever pressing the buttons. Maximum operating rang for the remote control is about 16.4' (5m) and 60° front and rear of the projector. w lowed v PS O erine .cover WOWOWOWOKOVACHOMOLOXOWU-n LO www mgomova wwwwww Hemi A . u WS-8-8-8- of COCOON.oo www.st MADAGALALALAL M COMO 16.4 (5 m) 16.4 (5 m) 0600 0 To insure safe operation, please observe the following precautions : • Use (2) AA, UM3 or R06 type alkaline batteries, Change two batteries at the same time. • Do not use a new battery with a used battery. Avoid contact with water. • Do not drop the remote control unit. • If batteries have leaked on the remote control, carefully wipe the case clean and load new batteries HHHMMMM 26 WIRELESSWIRED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT WHELEONE ALL TU 019-QIQIQQ1036 100108 219.9 ON QIQ-QQ.C The mint minden 3 wwwwwwwwwww WIRED REMOTE JACK When using the wired remote control, connect the remote cable to this jack. COMPUTER SELECT BUTTON Used to select computer mode. (Computer 1 or Computer 2 Input) VIDEO SELECT BUTTON Used to select video mode. (Video 1 or Video 2 Input) POWER ON/OFF BUTTON Used to turn projector on or off. VOLUME BUTTONS Used to adjust volume. ZOOM BUTTONS Used to operate power zoom lens. FOCUS BUTTONS Used to operate power focus system. SOUND MUTE BUTTON Used to mute sound. LENS SHIFT BUTTONS Used to operate power lens shift. P-TIMER BUTTON Used to operate the P-TIMER function. AUTO IMAGE BUTTON Used to operate the AUTO IMAGE function. MENU BUTTON This button will activate the MENU operation. Use this button, the POINT UP/DOWNLEFT/RIGHT buttons and the SELECT button to make adjustments to t projector's setting in MENU operation. 13 POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT BUTTONS . To select an item on the MENU that you want to adjust to select an item, move the arrow by pressing these buttoi (UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT). :14 FREEZEINO SHOW BUTTON Used to freeze on-screen image or change the screen into black image. (15 SELECT BUTTON This button has different functions depending on when used. This button is used to execute the item selected, increase or decrease the values in certain items such as CONTRAST or BRIGHTNESS. DIGITAL ZOOM BUTTON Use to select digital zoom function. NORMAL BUTTON Used to reset to normal picture adjustment preset by factory. AN ht 6 - . incre : .. 1 . BEFORE OPERATION wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww WWWWWWWWW wwww minium III ... b w wwwwwwwwwww Remote Control Battery Installation X4 Remove the battery i compartment id. Slide the batteries into the compartment lide che 3 restace the companiment is. wwwwww Note : For correct polarity (+ and - terminal), be sure the battery terminals are in contact with the pins in the compartment. www 1 kiww a EnWW. Wwwwwwwwwwwwwv. LAWY YrYOVOMNOGO www . it wwwwww owo wwwwwww opei USA W nie AS ADADADISI a KOTO 00- cocow 4ooowwww LOLLANA WWWwwwww LLLLLL MAAN LIMIT The remote control unit can be used as wireless or wired remote control. Using the Remote Control Unit (wireless) Home www.in 1. www. ويعدبندند wine Point the remote control toward the projector (Receiver window) whenever pressing the buttons. Maximum operating range for the remote control is about 16.4' (5m) and 60 front and rear of the projector. Wroxxwwww OOOOOO0CwW room.vcrowwwwwwwwwwww wwsvowww KHUSUS W -12 WAGAMAMA wwwww SIDOM . wwwwwwwwwwwwwww W ww. w AYAWY ww www OXLAMALANLAM w BMW WILDL Uwe L mam 16.4" (5 m) 16.4 (5 m) Waawwert Using the Remote Control Unit (wired) Connect a remote control cable to R/C jacks located on the wireless/wired remote control unit and the side of the projector. To insure safe operation, please observe the following precautions : • Use (2) AA, UM3 or R06 type alkaline batteries. • Change two batteries at the same time. Do not use a new battery with a used battery. Avoid contact with water. . Do not drop the remote control unit. © li batteries have leaked on the remote control, carefully wipe the case clean and load new batteries. MANY ur." wwwwwwwww WA .. WIRED REMOTE CABLE ANWAwountri H White 28 T runuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu tri . ... . . . . . .. . CONTROL THE PROJECTOR .. ... ..... 1 . ............. . ..... . .. :The projector has two types of operation: DIRECT OPERATION and MENU OPERATION. DIRECT OPERATION allows perate the projector by using one button without showing the MENU. In MENU OPERATION mode, you display me h ere you can adjust the projector's settings. Follow the instruction for each control. Arxt DIRECT OPERATION SSWIRED Polok TOP CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR ADJUST ITEM WIRELESS WIRED REMOTE CONTROL | WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL WIRELESS w | POWER ON/OFF POWER ON-OFF POWER ON-OFF POWER ON-OFF 2. W Yurt V W MODE SELECT MODE COMPUTER VIDEO COMPUTER VIDEO Morocco SOUND VOLUME VOLUME (+) and (-) VOLUME (+) and (-) wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww VOLUME (+) and (-) SOUND MUTE NOT AVAILABLE MUTE MUTE WWW ZOOM (A) and () ZOOM (A) and (V) ZOOM POINT (UP/DOWN) FOCUS (A) and (TM) FOCUS (A) and () FOCUS POINT (UP/DOWN) wimbolo LENS SHIFT (A) and (V) S SHIFT th LENS SHIFT (A) and (V) L LENS SHIFT POINT (UP/DOWN) - otte W WWLWWLALALALALALALT mo NILLE | DIGITAL ZOOM D. ZOOM SELECT POINT wwwwwwALAVA' D. ZOOM SELECT (REAR CLICK) FRONT CLICK POINT (UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT) co WynwoTWO LUXX . wwwww NORMAL PICTURE NORMAL NORMAL NORMAL w asted ALUMALAKAWAN YAYVAYA NOT AVAILABLE FREEZE/NO SHOW YM FREEZE/NO SHOW Xxnwyn FREEZE PICTURE NO SHOW VYRIR w inner NOT AVAILABLE FREEZE/NO SHOW FREEZE/NO SHOW W ILL IP TIMER NOT AVAILABLE P-TIMER P-TIMER WWWwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww | AUTO IMAGE AUTO IMAGE AUTO IMAGE AUTO IMAGE M CURSOR NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE CURSOR b uu_ AS . www www BEFORE OPERATION w Wwwwwwww th ** .. " . . . . .. . . . Niww . .. . MENU OPERATION | ADJUST ITEM TOP CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR ITEM 1 WIRELESSNWIRED REMOTE CONTROL WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL Nome MODE S MENU . SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK) CNA. WWW 3305 WIRELESSJWIRED AEMOTE CONTROL WIRELESS REMOTE CONTAOL USA 1. COMPUTER/VIDEO MODE TOP CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR SOUND MENU SOUND VOLUMEN POINT LEFT/RIGHT TREBLES SELECT BUILT IN SP: POINT UP/DOWN SOUND MUTE SELECT LANGUAGE w wwwww 22 f or TREBLE MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK) . ww74-490- 14 wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww... SETTING BLUE BACK DISPLAY REVERSE T/B REVERSE RILE SPLIT WIPE POWER MANAGEMENT USB REMOTE CONTROL LAMP AGE MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT YYYYYYOXOXOCAVANAUMAVA MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT(LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK). POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK! W WX0YWxwi US M erle ethetk 2. VIDEO MODE I WIRELESS W o L ADJUST ITEM TOP CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR WIRELESSAWIRED REMOTE CONTROL | REMOTE CONTROL COLOR SYSTEM | VIDEO SOURCE VIDEO MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT w owocowwwwwwwwwwwwww.. MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK) 10. 000 mom Y, Cb, Cr PICTURE IMAGE COLOR | TINTA WHITE BALANCE MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK) WHITE BALANCE CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS SHARPNESS PICTURE SCREENS WIDE REGULAR 30 hrwn MCMAN . www.www w w w wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww H.. . w . .. ! wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww wwwwww w w wwwwwwwww .. . .ver .. w 3. COMPUTER MODE www ADJUST ITEM TOP CONTROL O BE PROJECTOR WIRELESS/WIRED REMOTE CONTROL WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL OMPUTER SYSTEM MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT wwwv www. MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK) LUXU 1 040 WTYTIETIAM wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww wwwww WANJALU.. AUTO IMAGEN FINE SYNC TOTAL DOTS POSITION MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT . WWW MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK) MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT. (REAR CLICK) PICTURE IMAGE FINE SYNC TOTAL DOTS WHITE BALANCE CONTRASTS BRIGHTNESS SHARPNESS - POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT .XV000Couture MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN SELECT www.wowowowo SELECT POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK) tewwwww wwwwwwwwww MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT 19WAAwetporom MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww vidio WWW Cesas ICTURE SCAEEN TRUE TRUER DIGITAL ZOOM MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN ANAMAwwwwwwwwwwvYyyy MENU POINT LEFT/RIGHT SELECT POINT UP/DOWN SELECT POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN swabhimadesione per wwwww MENU POINT (LEFT/RIGHT) SELECT (REAR CLICK) POINT (UP/DOWN) SELECT (REAR CLICK) FRONT CLICK POINT (LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN) Wowowwwwwwwwwwwwwx56L YYCONONORO T NOTES: 1. The MENU, once activated, will not disappear unless you choose MENU QUIT. If you switch to DIRECT operation by pressing a DIRECT operation button while in MENU mode, the menus will disappear and the MENU operation will end. 2You can use the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT or the TOP CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR to operate the MENU operation, 31 BASIC OPERATION MILLUM Wwwwwww wwww TURNING ON/OFF THE PROJECTOR TO TURN ON THE PROJECTOR Connect the projector to a source (Computer, VCR, Video Camera, Video Disc Player, etc.) using the appropriat terminals on the side of the projector (See "CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR" section on pages 10-21), Connect the projector's AC power cord into a wall outlet and turn the MAIN ON/OFF switch (located on the side of the projector) to the ON position. The LAMP POWER indicator will light RED, the READY indicator will light GREEN, Press the POWER ON/OFF button on the remote control unit or on the projector to USA ON. The LAMP POWER indicator light will dim and the cooling fans will operate. The wait display appears on the screen and the count-down starts (30-29-28-... 1). The signal from the source appears after 30 seconds. CAUTION: TO MAINTAIN THE LIFE OF THE LAMP, ONCE YOU HAVE TURNED IT ON, WAIT AT LEAST 5 MINUTE BEFORE TURNING IT OFF. NOTE: TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR flashes red, the projector will automatically turn off. Wait at least 5 minutes before turning the projector on. If the TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR continued to flash, follow the procedures below: (1). Press POWER ON/OFF button to OFF. (2). Check the air filter for dust accumulation. (3). Remove dust with vacuum cleaner (See "AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING" section on page 53.) (4). Press POWER ON/OFF button to ON. If the TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR still continues to flash, call your authorized dealer or servic station. KA TO TURN OFF THE PROJECTOR Press the POWER ON/OFF button on the remote control unit or on the projector, The "Power off ?" appears on the screen. Press again the POWER ON/OFF button to turn OFF the projector. The LAMP POWER indicator will light bright and READY indicator will turn off. The cooling fans will operate for 90 seconds after the projector is turned off. (During this "cooling down" period, the projector cannot be turned on.) The READY indicator will light green again and the projector may be turned on by pressing the POWER ON/OFF button. To power down completely, turn the MAIN ON/OFF switch (located on the side of the projector) to the OFF position. Powe 32 WMVIVUNAI . ..... . . wwwwwwwww wwwwwwwwwww DIRECT OPERATION. MODE button COMPUTER button Computer 1 MODE SELECT empress the MODE button on the projector or the COMPUTER and VIDEO button on the remote control unit to select Computer 1, Computer 2, Video 1 or Video 2 Input. The "Computer 1", "Computer 2", "Video 1" or "Video 2" display will appear on the screen for a few seconds, Computer 1 Computer 2 [Computer 2 Video 1 VIDEO button L. Video 2 Video 1 . | SOUND VOLUME ADJUSTMENT Video 2 Press the VOLUME buttons on the projector or on the remote control unit to adjust the volume. The volume display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds. Pressing volume (+) will increase volume and increase the number on the screen. Pressing volume (-) will decrease volume and decrease the number on the screen. SOWASSES BER I Volume 32 | Volume Mute YS SOUND MUTE FUNCTION Pressing the MUTE button on the remote control unit will mute audio. Press the MUTE button again to restore audio to its previous level. The mute display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds. ZOOM ADJUSTMENT Ilse Top control and Wireless/Wired remote control unit. ss the ZOOM(A) or (V) button to obtain your desired picture size. For a larger picture, press (A) and for a smaller picture, press (V). Use Wireless remote control unit. Press the ZOOM button and press POINT UP/DOWN button(s) to obtain your desired picture size. The Zoom display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds. For a larger picture, press (UP) and for a smaller picture, press (DOWN). zoom 00 5 Powe Ni www . FOCUS ADJUSTMENT Use Top control and Wireless/Wired remote control unit. Press the FOCUS (A) or() button for a sharper, crisper picture. Use Wireless remote control unit. Press the FOCUS button and press POINT UP/DOWN button(s) to obtain a sharper, crisper picture. The Focus display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds. RA ., LENS SHIFT FUNCTION Use Top control and Wireless/Wired remote control unit. Press the LENS SHIFT (A) or (V) button to obtain your desired screen position. Use Wireless remote control unit. 2. Press the LENS SHIFT button and press POINT UP/DOWN button(s) to obtain your desired screen position. The Lens shift display will be displayed on the reen for a few seconds. ... 33 BASIC OPERATION w wwwwwwwwwww ...... ... !! ..... .. ... wwwhot ......... wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww w w w w wwwww " I wwwwwwwwwwwwww.... MU YA AWOWA toronterover .. S D. zoom HORRO DIGITAL ZOOM FUNCTION Press the D. ZOOM button on the wireless remote control unit. The "D.zoom" and the magnifying-glass icon is displayed to indicate Digitat zoom mode. Digital zoom mode can be adjust the image size or pan the image. To expand the image size, press SELECT (REAR CLICK) button. The image is magnified by degrees (Expand function). To compress the image size, press FRONT CLICK button. The size of image is reduced by degrees (Compress function). To pan the image, press POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT (POINTING PAD) button(s). The image move to the direction indicated (Panning function) See the page 49 for more detail. NORMAL PICTURE FUNCTION The normal picture image level is factory preset on the projector and can be restored anytime by pressing the NORMAL button on the projector or on the remote control unit. The "Normal" display will be displayed on the screen for a few seconds. FREEZE PICTURE FUNCTION CASA USA Normal AUW 200 Press the FREEZE/NO SHOW button on the remote control unit, and the picture will remain on-screen. This functio cancelled when the FREEZENO SHOW button is pressed again or any other button is pressed. NOTE: Your computer or video equipment is not affected by this function, and will continue to run. NO SHOW FUNCTION DELS Press the FREEZE/NO SHOW button on the remote control unit) is twice. The screen will change into black image and the "NO SHOW is displayed on the screen for a few seconds. This function is cancelled when the FREEZE/NO SHOW button is pressed again or any other function button is pressed. No show P-TIMER FUNCTION Press the P-TIMER button on the remote control unit. The timer display "00:00 appears on the screen and the timer starts to count the time (00:00 to 59:59). Press again the P-TIMER button to stop the timer. Then press the p-TIMER button to cancel the P-TIMER function. 00:01 AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION Press the AUTO IMAGE button on the projector or on the remote control unit. The item(s) indicated "ON" in the AU IMAGE FUNCTION are adjusted automatically. If all the items in AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION are "OFF", AUTO IMAGE SETTING display appears. If you wish to oper the AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION, perform the steps 3-9 of "AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION" section on page 42. Socio por WOYA CURSOR FUNCTION WO Press the CURSOR button on the wireless remote control unit. The CURSOR IS displayed on the screen. Press POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT (POINTING PAD) button(s) to control CURSOR. The CURSOR is moved according to the direction you are pressing. Press CURSOR button again, and CURSOR disappears. 000000000 0 00110001010 H4 WAMAMAHALAAAAAH HHHHhhhhhh son MA 34 HUIV UrCnANG AVAA . MENU OPERATION In MENU OPERATION mode, you can adjust the projector. You can use the TOP CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR or REMOTE CONTROL UNIT, WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL UNIT TOP CONTROL OF THE PROJECTOR MENU menu BUTTON PORTRESSUREMOTE POINT UP BUTTON 'POINT RIGHT BUTTON normal select 030-08010 1010100 IQ @ 010101010 BUTTON 1909 www * www SELECT . . POINT LEFT SELECT POINT DOWN BUTTON BUTTON BUTTON MENU WIRELESS WIRED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT POINT UP BUTTON SELECT MENU (REAR CLICH SELECT BUTTON BUTTON BUTTON POINT LEFT BUTTON : POINT RIGHT BUTTON FRONT CLICK POINT DOWN BUTTON BUTTON POINT(UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON Pressing the button upward, downward, MODE SELECT leftward or rightward. You can select a mode from MAIN MENU display among computer 1, computer 2, video 1, video 2. 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select Computer or Video and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK BUTTON. Another dialog box MODE DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4. Move the arrow to the mode you want (computer 1, computer 2, video 1 or video 2) to use by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. MAIN MENU DISPLAY 1 G ' Auto Video O D Ds 1) English bien in. MODE DISPLAY MAIN MENU DISPLAY O 0 XGA 1 XGA 1 3 + 3D g ). English 22: MODE DISPLAY 35 BASIC OPERATION WWW CAMARAS .. . | SOUND ADJUSTMENT You can adjust the sound volume, treble, bass levels and Buit-in SP., Sound Mute ON/OFF switch in the MENU disp"; 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SOUND and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTO Another dialog box SOUND ADJUST DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4, Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S). 5. To increase the sound volume, treble and bass, point the arrow to A and then press the SELECT (REAR CLIC BUTTON. To decrease the sound volume, treble and bass, point the arrow to and then press the SELECT (REA USA CLICK) BUTTON. 6. To disconnect the built-in speaker, point the arrow to Built-in SP, and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICI BUTTON. The display is changed Off and Internal speaker is disconnected. 7. To mute the sound, point the arrow to Mute and then press the SELECT (REAR CLIGK) BUTTON. The display changed On and mute the sound. 8. To quit the MENU, point to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. MAIN MENU DISPLAY . 2x92288 05:0. SOUND 31 Auto Video www X Y wwwwwwwwwww SAS OD Ja 10) English cl Volume SOUND ADJUST DISPLAY 8 Bass 32 32 હોવાનું Sector LANGUAGE ADJUSTMENT A language in the MENU display can be selected among English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese. 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select LANGUAGE and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON Another dialog box LANGUAGE SETTING DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4. Move the arrow to the language you want to use by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. MAIN MENU DISPLAY VOLONIA LANGUAGE SUVVUNM/PAWS S .1 Auto Video Video O D D English 720 ) English timececececca CANAS LANGUAGE SETTING DISPLAY English Deutsch. Francais Italiano Espanol 36 I L LWWLLLLOOTw .... ... mmm .. ... | COLOR SYSTEM SELECT This projector is compatible with the six major broadcast video standards: PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL-N and PAL-N (COLOR SYSTEMs). When the color system is set to "Auto position", this projector can detect one of - ystems (PAL, SECAM, NTSC or NTSC 4.43) automatically. However, if the video signal is not strong enough to detec the video format, the projector may not reproduce the proper video image. In case this happens, this projector allow! you to choose a specific broadcast signal format. 1. Connect the video equipment to the PROJECTOR and turn the projector on first. 2. Set MODE SELECT to "VIDEO MODE". 3. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear, 4. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SYSTEM and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON Another dialog box COLOR SYSTEM DISPLAY will appear. The current COLOR SYSTEM is displayed in the system window. 5. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 6. To change the current COLOR SYSTEM, press the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) to move the arrow to a desirable system and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 7. The setting changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off. 4 00014 1 . MAIN MENU DISPLAY T 1 Auto Video D D I D O ) English English PAL COLOR SYSTEM DISPLAY NTSC4 43 PAL VIDEO SOURCE SELECT 1. Connect the video equipment to the PROJECTOR and turn the projector on first. 2. Set MODE SELECT to "VIDEO MODE. 3. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 4. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select VIDEO SOURCE and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Another dialog box VIDEO SOURCE DISPLAY will appear. The current VIDEO SOURCE is displayed in - the window. 5. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 6. To change the current VIDEO SOURCE, press the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) to move the arrow to a desirable video source and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 7. The setting changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off. MAIN MENU DISPLAY VIDEO SOURCE Video English i m Samett Video VIDEO SOURCE VIDEO SOURCE DISPLAY MISFLASOURCE VIDEO MODE ............... .. ... ............... .............. . .. . ..... .. .. . . . . . . Www .. .. . .. ... PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Picture adjustments have been preset at the factory. If you want to change the setting, operate the projector as follow Am 1. Press MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select IMAGE and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON Another dialog box IMAGE ADJUST DISPLAY will appear. This shows the current picture settings. 3. In this dialog box, you can adjust the settings by increasing or decreasing the levels shown as numbers. The items an the range of the levels that you can adjust are summarized in the table below. 4. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 5. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S). 6. To increase the level, point the arrow to A and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. To decrease th level, point the arrow to V and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 7. You may want to store the settings in the memory so that you can recall them later. To store the settings, move thi arrow to Stored and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, "OK ?" 1 displayed for contirmation. 8. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. The stored settings are memorize: even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off. 9. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 10.If you do not want to store the settings, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON The settings changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off. 11. To recall the settings from the memory that you have stored, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECI (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. When you have reset the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed. NOTE: "TINT" will be skipped in the PAL, SECAM, PAL-M and PAL-N mode. YON MAIN MENU DISPLAY X XXNNNYATAAVA AVAARALLACATATAVILLUARDIOMAX Auto Video English WWW . U23 IMAGE ADJUST DISPLAY D ail) 1) English Olcolor 32 uint321 white balance Red 32 - Geen. 329 Blue 32 OK? O Contrast 32 | Blue B2 TABLE OF PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT COLOR TINT wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww WHEE BALANCE RIGB DECREASES 0 MORE PURPLE 0 DECREASES 0 LIGHTER 0 DARKER 0 SOFTER ) 63 INCREASES mm 63 MORE GREEN 63 INCREASES 63 DEEPER 63 BRIGHTER 31 SHARPER CATAST BRIGHTNESS SHARPNESS 38 VIDEU MO WWW I n . ..... | PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT This projector has the Wide function, which enables you to view a wider video image. "WIDE function dis projector is able to project not only a normal video image (with 4 x 3 aspect ratio), but also a wider video image by compressing 4x3 image. This feature enable you to enjoy watching pictures like cinema images. You can switch either to WIDE or to REGULAR screen mode. 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select SCREEN and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Another dialog box SCREEN ADJUST DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4. To switch to "Wide" mode, move the arrow. to Wide by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 5. To switch to "Regular" mode, move the arrow to Regular by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. MAIN MENU DISPLAY poo vox X - WOXWXXX 28 ! w eavy y oba 1 Auto Video D Ə $) English English OLACANA 000 O D Regular D Wide SCREEN ADJUST DISPLAY ? 39 COMPUTER MODE wwwwwwwwww ww 444 S . .. . - | COMPUTER SYSTEM SELECT This projector is adjustable to different types of computer display signals based on VGA, SVGA, XGA or SXGA "COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS" on the next page). If you set MODE SELECT to "COMPUTER : projector will automatically process the incoming signal and project the proper image without any special settin Although this will work in most cases, you may be required to manually set the projector for some computer signals. If tt computer image is not reproduced properly, try the following procedure and switch to the computer display mode that yo want to use. 1. Connect the COMPUTER to the PROJECTOR and turn the projector on first. 2. Set MODE SELECT to "COMPUTER MODE (1 or 2)". This shows the current display mode initially detected by th projector in the system window. And "Current mode" display appears. 32 USA USA S projector i NOTE: 1. If the projector cannot discriminate or detect the input signal from the computer, the "Go PC adj." displa appears. NOTE:2. If no input signal from the computer, the "No signal" display appears. NOTE: 3. If the incoming signal is digital, the "D-VGA", "D-SVGA", "D-XGA" or "D-SXGA" display appears. 3. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 4. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select SYSTEM and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON Another dialog box COMPUTER SYSTEM DISPLAY will appear. 5. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 6. If you want to change the current display mode, move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to select one of the modes. 7. Press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON to change the display mode. 8. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. MAIN MENU DISPLAY SYSTEM XGA 13 - ED I Do AS cec DOSEA . Computer I O' . & | English VA YYYY YA YONAYOYAT SAS XGA 1 KOLORES COMPUTER SYSTEM DISPLAY XC XOR bode 1 X4 Mode 1 Mode EX XE882 XXXX Notes C1 Quit CURRENT MODE DISPLAY When the mark ( ) is displayed as BLACK, computer Current mode system mode will be available on the next page. Move an arrow to the mark ( ) and press the SELECT H-Sync freq. 38.5 (REAR CLICK) BUTTON to show computer system V-Sync treq. 160.0 mode described on the next page. PC ADJUSTMENT This is a special function that may be used when a computer image is not reproduced properly. (See the pages 45 - 48 for more detail.) HAWAIIAMAA www . ... JA V E 40 WIVIT UT MVC w w wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwmm w wwwwww wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww wwwwwww wwwwwwwww Awwwww... wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww teetuitorum wwwwwww . ULUSLARARAM . ..AMU WA RAIS wwwwwwwwwwwww . COMPATIBLE COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS ON-SCRE ON SCREEN RESOLUTION | Free, ViFred | ON-SCREENI RESOLUTION IKH DISPLAY_L a H-Freq V-Freg. DISPLAY XGA14 . S IM XX XGA15 X -30 W WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW HUMAN PLAR VGA3 MAC19 S w wwwwwwwwwwwwwww.... wwwww itty YEYONNES SXGA2 watuhumiwa wan a wa . SXGAS SXGA4 wwwhhhhhhMAYWARMANN 1024 x 768 47.00 1024 X 768 158.03 1024 x 768 60.24 1152 X 864 | 64,20 1280 x 1024 1 62.50 1280 X 1024 63 90 1280 X 1024 63.34 1280 X 1024 1280 x 1024 171.69 1280 X 1024 81.13 1280 x 1024 63.98 1280 X 1024 79.976 1280 x 960 60.00 8 www . W A SAK VGA5 VGAG VGA7 MAC LC13 1 MAC13 SVGA 1 SVGA2 SVGAS SVGA4 t " W bib: SXGA6 SXGAZ SXGAS MORTEN www 1 GAS 800 X 600 SXGATO 58.30 72.00 75.06 | 70.40 58.60 60.00 59.98 60.01 167.19 76. 107 | 60.02 1-75.025 | 60.00 65.20 75.60 86.00 Imerlace 94.00 (Interlace) | 60:01 72.00 66.00 86.70 (Interlace) 160. 18 85.024 SEGA111163 SXGA12 1152 x 900 640 X 480 31.47 59.88 720 x 400 31.47 70.09 640 X 400 31.47 170.09 640 X 480 1 37.86 74,38 640 x 480 1 37.86 72.81 640 x 480 1 37.50 75.00 640 x 480 43.269 185.00 640 X 480 134.97 166.60 640 X 480 35.00 66.67 800 X 600 35.156. 56.25 800 X 600 37.88 50.32 1 46.875 175.00 800 x 600 53.674 85.06 800 X 600 B og 800 X 600 37.90 161.03 800 X 600 50 155.381 800 X 600 38.00 800 X 600 900 / 38,607 38.00 60X31 800 X 600 32.70 800 x 600 138.00 38.0 60.51 832 x 624 149.72 1 74.55 | 1024 x 768 | 1024,X 768 68.677 84.997 1024 x 768 | 60.023 175.03 1024 x 768 56.47 70.07 1024 x 768 60.3.1 174.92 1024X768 60.02 1024 768 54,58 1024 x 768 63.48 1024 x 768 36.00 8717 SVGAO SVGA7 SVGAB 71.40 50.00 perempuan SXGA13 80 X 1024 SXF413 [1280 x 102450.00 Meteo NA SXGA14 X 1280 x 1024 50.00 522 12 HOW ? ? ER gott om mongonyangonent i 300 x 600 SXGA 15 SXGA16 SXGA17 SXGA18 A171 1280 x 1024 165.37 1280 x 1024 76.97 1152 x 900 | 61.85 1280 X 1024 46.43 A: 38 ALARAWAONARAM W HAS USD ! Too 00 stoww www EVGA11 MAC16 | XGA1 XGA2 XGA3 XGA4 | XGAS |XGAG ISTRUL SXGA19 ELAVAMAMA W A g SXGA20 3 . 1978 * w w wwwwwwwwwwwwwww MAC2A 75.063 51280 x 1024 1280 X 1024 1152 X 870 1280 x 960 $1280 x 1024 768 x 576 ex 48.50 191.146 68.68 75.00 | 80.00 15.625 MAC MAG RGB 75.08 75 08 XGA8 50.00 (Interlace) GB | 640 X 480TT 15734 60.00 A G .62 " | 1820 < 1035 33.75 . 60.00 .'.' XGA10 1024 x 768 62.04 77.07 HDTV720p 1280 x 720 45.00 60.00 XGA11 175.70 (Interlace) XGA12 1024 x 768 35.522 86.96 Unterlage) HDTV10801 1920 x 1080 33.75 60.00 XGA13 (interlace) Specifications are subject to change without notice, OTE: Basically this projector can accept the signal from all computers with the above mentioned V. H-Frequency and less than 200 MHz of Dot Clook. stemme 2011 +11111111111 10111 W i COMPUTER MODE ww Twente w . bt ........ . . .. . . AUTO IMAGE FUNCTION USA The Auto image function is provided to automatically adjust Fine sync., Total dots and Screen position for computers. NOTE: This auto image function will be skipped when the incoming signal is digital. 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(s) to select AUTO IMAGE and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON Another dialog box AUTO IMAGE SETTING DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4. Move the arrow to an item(s) you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S). 5. Change the setting "On", press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 6. Move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to select "Go!" and then press the SELECT (REAI CLICK) BUTTON. The auto image function is started now. It will take about 10 seconds. 7. To store the settings, move the arrow to Stored and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, "OK?" is displayed for confirmation. 8. Move the arrow to "Yes" and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off. 9. To quit the MENU, point to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. . 10. This setting is temporarily effective until you turn off the projector or change the input signal. NOTE: The fine sync., total dots and screen position of some computers may not be fully adjusted with the "Auto Image Function." In that case, use the "Picture Image" and/or "Picture Position" adjustments (see pages 43 - 44) to make fine-adjust them after the "Auto Image Function" is executed. MAIN MENU DISPLAY AN noch NVX112920 Computer AUTO TRACE go D 1 XGA 1 The XGA 1 D BOX BES a ) English English VASV Fine synes On AUTO IMAGE SETTING DISPLAY Total dots AV 28 EXKXX Position ges OK? 42 VUIVPUTER MC ... . . PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT WWW 19 dhoora Picture adjustments have been preset at the factory. If you want to change the setting, operate the projector as follows. 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select IMAGE and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON Another dialog box IMAGE ADJUST DISPLAY will appear. This shows the current picture settings. 3. In this dialog box, you can adjust the settings by increasing or decreasing the levels shown as numbers. The items and the range of the levels that you can adjust are summarized in the table below. 4. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 5. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S). 6. To increase the level, point the arrow to A and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. To decrease the level, point the arrow to and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 7. You may want to store the settings in the memory so that you can recall them later. To store the settings, move the arrow to Stored and then press the SELECT (REAR CUCK) BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. 8. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. The stored settings are memorizec even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off. 9. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 10.If you do not want to store the settings, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. The settings changed remains efiective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off. 11. To recall the settings from the memory that you have stored, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. When you have reset the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed. e O MAIN MENU DISPLAY D 1 XGA 13 D O 40) Englisti 22.3.20 Total dots 1040 NOTE: Fine sync" and "Total dots" will be skipped when the incoming signal is digital. 32 IMAGE ADJUST DISPLAY VOTE: The projector may not reproduce a proper image for some SXGA signals. Since SXGA (1280 X 1024) image is converted to XGA (1024 x 768) image by partial scan, some lines and dots of the image do not appear.' Some video noise of flicker on this compressed SXGA image cannot be eliminated even though you try to make a Fine sync adjustment Contrast 32 fant. A TABLE OF PICTURE IMAGE ADJUSTMENT EINES Adjust the picture as necessary to eliminate flicker from the display. LONO 5:4 n um The number of the total dois in one horizontal period. Adjust the number to match your PC image. DECREASE O 63 INCREASE | FINE SYNC | TOTAL DOTS ne bo | WHITE BALANCE (R/GB) CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS SHARPNESS www LIGHTER O melhor 63 DEEPER DARKER BRIGHTER cuum W LWLLLW 0 0 Home 63 31 SOFTER SHARPER .. ... . ...... . . . . ... ** ** COMPUTER MODE w www . wwwwwwww w wwwwww W rum PICTURE POSITION ADJUSTMENT 22 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select POSITION and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTI Another dialog box POSITION SETTING DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4. Move the arrow to a desirable direction ( , , 1 or ) by pressing the POINT LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWI BUTTON(S) and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON to a desirable picture position. 5. You may want to store the settings to the memory so that you can recall them later. To store the settings, move th arrow to Stored and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, OK ?" i displayed for confirmation. 6. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. The stored settings are memorized ever if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off. 7. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 8. If you do not want to store the settings, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON The settings changed remains effective until the MAIN ON/OFF switch is turned off, die 9. To recall the settings from the memory that you have stored, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. When you have reset the settings; "OK?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed. USA MAIN MENU DISPLAY Computer D D en POSITION D 18? D 1 XGA 133 Hus ) English English CALENDRIES POSITION SETTING DISPLAY 'obres OK? S 882 potos 623 . . M 14 VUVIEN I - | PC ADJUSTMENT NOTE: This function will be skipped when the incoming signal is digital.. This projector can automatically detect most display signals from most personal computers currently distributed. owever, some computers adopt a special signal format which is different from the standard one and the projector cannot detect it. If this happens, the projector cannot reproduce a proper image. And a flickering picture, a non synchronized picture, a non-centered picture or a skewed picture may be projected instead. For those non-standard formats, this projector is provided with PC ADJUST, enabling you to precisely adjust several parameters to match with the input signal format. The projector has eight independent memory areas where you can store the parameter you have set. This enables you to recall the setting for a specific computer when you need it. 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. . 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select PC ADJUST and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Another dialog box "Where to reserve" will appear. 3. In this dialog box, you will select one of the memory areas from among "Mode " to "Mode 8. If parameters have been previously set and stored in the memory, the status Stored" will appear on the corresponding row. If not, "Free" will appear. 4. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. :: 5. Move the arrow to one of the "Modes" (Free position) where you want to store the parameters by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S). Press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON to select it. NOTE: If "Stored" appears in all Modes, no new PC parameter data can be stored. In this case, clear the PC parameter data using Mode free Function, MAIN MENU DISPLAY WURDERA Computer PODUS WAXXX DXGA 16.30 do XGA 1 English www macromedia TwWwboyama . 1989 X XXX WANDERLULUHAY Mode 1 Free Mode 2 Free Mode 3 Free Mode 4 Free Mode 5 Free Mode 6 Free Mode 7 Free Mode 8 Free S ANAAN CADASCAR ROON 45 COMPUTER MODE mm fun . 6. Another dialog box "PC ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY 1" will appear and the parameter data for the Mode you hav selected is shown in this dialog box. 7. The parameters will be filled with the data determined by the projector according to the present signal input. 8. The function of the parameters and their values are summarized in the table as below. 9. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S). 10. To increase the level, point the arrow to A and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. To decrease th level, point the arrow to make and then press the SELECT (REAR.CLICK) BUTTON. 11.If you want to store the settings in the memory, move the arrow to Stored and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and thei press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 12.To recall the parameter data before setting, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK BUTTON. When you have reset the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and ther press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed. 13. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 14. If you quit the MENU without storing the settings in the memory, the parameter data you changed will not be kept. 15. The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off. 16. Adjust the data such as a "Clamp", "Fine sync", "Display area", "Horiz. scale" and "Vert. scale" if needed, move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) to select (V). Press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. USA MAIN MENU DISPLAY PC ADJUST ORS Computer STASEX ex XGA 1 English 23 X A PPY tastestova -NON 2 Mode 1 Free SAW VAN PC ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY 1 Seart Total lines 630 Total dois 1056 Horizontal 9XXXXX Vertical OK ? ES LAP tores OSIN S FUNCTIONS SURE 0233 The number of the total vertical lines. Adjust the number to match your PC image. ITEMI TOTAL LINES TOTAL DOTS | HORIZONTAL VERTICAL ATB The number of the total dots in one horizontal period. Adjust the number to match your PC image. Adjustment of the horizontal picture position. When the image is not centered on the screen, adjust this. 92 Adjustment of the vertical picture position. When the image is not centered on the screen, adjust this. VANIA 46 WUIVPUIER MO ww w . ** 17. Another dialog box "PC ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY 2" will appear and the parameter data for the Mode you have selec is shown in this dialog box. 18. Move the arrow to an item that you want to adjust by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S). 19. To increase the level, point the arrow to A and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. To decrease level, point the arrow to Y and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON . If you want to store the settings in the memory, move the arrow to Stored and press the SELECT (REAR CL BUTTON. When you have stored the settings, "OK ?" is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and ti press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 21. To recall the parameter data before setting, move the arrow to Reset and then press the SELECT (REAR CLIC BUTTON. When you have reset the settings, OK ?" is displayed for confirmation, Move the arrow to Yes and ti press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. You can adjust the settings again if needed. 22. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 23. If you quit the MENU without storing the settings in the memory, the parameter data you changed will not be kept. 24. The stored settings are memorized even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off. ht 8 hor ! MAIN MENU DISPLAY Mug Computer Leap AS 5 ARCADBIST f 1 XGA 1 - D u H a ) English | Mode 1 Free PC ADJUSTMENT: DISPLAY 2 Total lines Total dots 630 1056 = Horizontal Vertical Clamp Fine syne 300 640 X 480 Si Display area 640 480 Adjust the display area, move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) to select ( )and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Another dialog box "DISPLAY AREA DISPLAY" will appear. Move the arrow to an item that you want to select display area by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Selected mode data will be displayed in H, V box, To close dialog, move the arrow to Quit" and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Vert scale OK? FUNCTION CTION L Adjustment of the clamp level. When the image has a dark bar, try this adjustment. muuwwwwwwwww ITEM CLAMP FINE SYNC DISPLAY AREA HORIZ. SCALE Adjust the picture as necessary to eliminate flicker from the display. Adjustment the display area to match your PC. poolt wkwk COCADOLU Expanding or compressing level for the horizontal direction. wwwwwww X M L RI. SCALE Expanding or compressing level for the vertical direction. por COMPUTER MODE MODE FREE The Mode free function is provided to confirm or clear the parameter data produced by PC ADJUST, !. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select PC ADJUST and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTIVI Another dialog box "Where to reserve" will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4. Move the arrow to one of the "Modes" (Stored position) that you want to confirm by pressing the POINT UP/DOW BUTTON(S). Press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Another dialog box "PC ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY" W appear. 5. To quit the MENU, point to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. 6. To modify the parameter data, perform the steps 9 - 24 of PC ADJUSTMENT SECTION. 7. To clear the parameter data, move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) to select Mode free Press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. "OK?" is displayed for confirmation. 8, Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON to clear the parameter data. 9. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. US MAIN MENU DISPLAY POADJUSTA Computer to SOS 08 OSX | 1 XGA 1 3 X2 SED lg 4) English X : 022 C ac c omputan O PRODUCE 123 SAAT Where to reserve 1948 Mode Stored Mode 2 Free Mode 3 Free Mode 4 Free Made Free Mode 6 Free 49UNL wewe ZICA WYRWANA WINDLEDADUCAN . EEUWVELSE Mode 8 Free SA Www XXS Ava W ERS Computer SPC ADJUST 0316 vaxt " XA1XE200 XGA 1 - .) English Enelen with ... A ZASCAMUR Mode 1 Stored . : -- --- - - -- -- -- --:-- SA PC ADJUSTMENT DISPLAY 630 Total Ines Total dots 1056 VA 47 OK ? Mode free XARXAS SO Stress ch LLLLLLLLL 48 COMPUTER MO www win mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . ........ . m w wwwwwwww m ww .. www. : mim IN ADJUSTI 22 X X Mit . LLY This projector can adjust the image size and pan the image with PICTURE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT. 1. Press MENU BUTTON and MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select SCREEN and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Ano dialog box SCREEN ADJUST DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. RA MAIN MENU DISPLAY English S 35 W SCREEN ADJUST DISPLAY k True Bm Digital zoom DJ True + 4. To adjust the image size or pan the image, move the arrow to Digital zoom by ... pressing POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) and then press SELECT (REAR CLICK BUTTON. MAIN MENU DISPLAY and SCREEN ADJUST DISPLAY will disappear. The "D.zoom" and the magnifying-glass icon is displayed to indicate Digital zoom mode, on :: 5. Move the magnifying-glass icon by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT (POINTING PAD) BUTTON(S). 6. To expand the image, press SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. The image is magnified by degrees (Expand function 7. TO compress the image size, press FRONT CLICK button on the remote control. The size of image is reduced degrees (Compress function), 8. To pan the image, press POINT UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT (POINTING PAD) BUTTON(S) and move the magnifyin plass icon. To cancel the Digital Zoom mode, press other buttons (Except NORMAL and CURSOR BUTTONS). 10. Press the NORMAL BUTTON in Digital zoom mode, the image size changed to the screen size (1024 x 768). 11. Press the CURSOR BUTTON in Digital zoom mode, the magnifying-giass icon is disappears on the screen. Howeve the Digital Zoom mode is held. 12. To turn the image size to true size (1024 x 768 in XGA Or SXGA, 800 x 600 in SVGA and 640 X 480 in VGA), mov the arrow to True by pressing POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) and then press SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Th image size is turned to the true size. 0 0 This projector cannot display in the resolution more than 1280 x 1024. If your computer's screen resolution is higher tha 1280 X 1024, reset the resolution to the lower. The image data of VGA (640 x 480), SVGA (800 x 600), or SXGA (1280 x 1024) is modified to fit the screen size in th initial mode. When the original image size is larger than the screen size (1024 x 768), this projector becomes Digital Zoom mod ..; automatically. . The maximum size in expand mode is 4 times as large as the original screen size. ( When original image size is smalle than the screen size (1024 x 768). The minimum size in compress mode is the screen size (1024 x 768) in XGA or SXGA mode, 800 X 600 in SVGA mode ! or 640 x 480 in VGA mode. • Panning function can work only when the image is expanded. The normal Panning Operations may not function properly if the computer system prepared with the PC Adjust" is used, X SP w :. :." OTT BOX a H . WL . OTHER FUNCTION SETTING wwwwwwwwwwwwww I PRAY SW This projector has other functions setting: Blue back, Display, Reverse T/B, Reverse RL, Split wipe, Power managemer USB, Remote control and Lamp age. LUE BACK (On or Off) 5. When this function is in the "On" position, the projector will project a blue image without video noise on the screen when tt video source is unplugged or turned off. DISPLAY (On or Off) When this function is in the "On" position, on-screen displays always appear when adjustments are made. Although thes JSA on-screen displays are very helpful, these may spoil the view if adjustments are made during presentations. To avoid this you can keep back certain displays by switching this function "Off". The followings are the displays that you can hide. • Wait Display Mode Display Volume Display Mute Display • Zoom/Focus/Lens shift Display • D.Zoom Display @ Normal Display No show Display VU REVERSE T/B (On or Off) wwwwwwwww When this function is in the "On" position, the top/bottom picture reverse. T/B 20+00w IB kymmet REVERSE LIR (On or Off). 4 SER WW When this function is in the "On" position, the left/right picture reverse capability lets you project onto a rear projection screen. L/R wwwwww SPLIT WIPE (On or Off) Tum SPLIT WIPE function On in the SETTING menu. The picture will change into next one by sliding black image side ways when the input source is changed. Change the input source by MODE button. The picture is replaced by black image from side ways to the center, and the next one appears from the center to side ways like drawing the black curtains. | POWER MANAGEMENT (On or Off) Power management will be turn the projector Lamp off when the input signal is interrupted (Picture is not displayed) over 5 minutes. This aims at saving power and Lamp life. The Lamp is automatically turned on when the signal is input. To activate this function, turn the Power management" in the SETTING menu "On". USB (Mouse or Control) This Projector is designed for connecting with USB Port of the computer or peripheral equipment that is to be standard. When this function is in the L (Mouse) position, you control the pointer of the computer used the projector's wireless remote control unit. When this function is in the" (Control) position, you control the projector by computer. NOTE: Before you control the projector by computer, install USB driver (optionally saled parts) and set up the computer following instruction in the USB driver package. Contact your authorized dealer. T uttittiert WIB hent VINTIVI SCI HULALA 2 REMOTE CONTROL CODE CHANGE (Mode 1 or Mode 2) SEX ANONS This projector can be operated with two different code, one is factory-set normal code (MODE 1) and the other or extended code (MODE 2). his is used to prevent the remote control operation mixture (jam) when two projector and several remote control v equipments are system-up and used together. When you change the code MODE 2, you must change both projector and Remote Control Unit. VAATA X2 . Mode 13 8.9374 Avon To change Projector code: Set REMOTE CONTROL IN SETTING menu (below figure) to "MODE 2". To change Remote Control Unit code: Press both "MENU" and "NORMAL" button on the Remote Control Unit for over 10 seconds. After code changed, make sure the Remote Control operation is functioning properly. To go back to normal code (MODE 1), take same operation above. S XXE 30. Setting the Blue back, Display, Reverse T/B, Reverse R/L, Split wipe, е 10 лет, Power management, USB and Remote control wipe Se : 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select SETTING and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTO Another dialog box SETTING DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4. Move the arrow to an item you want to set by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S). 5. If you want to change the setting, press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. .. To quit the MENU, point to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. The settings are memorized even if the MAIN ON/OFF is switched off. MAIN MENU DISPLAY watery bu J Duran Video BOOK: 14.4-ALA 6 1 Auto Video : Video O D English im 192 YA POL DO SETTING DISPLAY D O 4)) English D. Blue back 3 Display OFF e Reverse T/B of e o Reverse LIR. Off Fred Split wipe ol Power 9 management Off USB LIFE Remote control Mode 1 Westen 22 Lamp age. 51 OTHER FUNCTION SETTING . . . . LAMP AGE The Lamp age function is designed to reset the lamp replacement monitor timer. When replacing the lamp, reset the :: replacement monitor timer by using this function. NOTE: Do not reset the LAMP REPLACEMENT MONITOR TIMER, except after the lamp is replaced. 1. Press the MENU BUTTON and the MAIN MENU DISPLAY dialog box will appear. 2. Press the POINT LEFT/RIGHT BUTTON(S) to select SETTING and press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. Another dialog box SETTING DISPLAY will appear. 3. Press the POINT DOWN BUTTON and a red arrow will appear. 4. Move the arrow by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(s) to select Lamp age and then press the SELEC (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. When you reset the lamp replace monitor, "lamp replace monitor reset?" is displayed 1 confirmation. 5. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON, "OK?"is displayed for confirmation. Move the arrow to Yes and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON, the lamp replace monitor is reset. 6. Move the arrow to No and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. The lamp replace monitor is not reset. 7. To quit the MENU, move the arrow to Quit and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. MAIN MENU DISPLAY USA D Auto Video Video English O TOIDUD D 0 SETTING D Blue back DISPLAY D Display e Reverse TIB e Reverse UR. +374 Split wipe O Power management usa Off Off off Bontrol Mode 1 e nemore ձոր age OK? Lamp replace monitor Reset ? www . 52 WA . w MAINTENANCE TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR The TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR flashes red when the internal temperature of the projector exceeds the normal temperature. Possible causes for the temperature warning may be : Ventilation slots of the projector are blocked. in such an event, reposition the projector so that ventilation slots are not obstructed. Air filter is clogged with dust particles. Remove dust from the air filter by following instructions in the Air Filter Care and Cleaning section above. 3.1f temperature warning indicator remains on after performing the checks listed above, cooling fan/internal circuits may be malfunctioning. Request service from an authorized dealer or service station. Was TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR AIR FILTER CARE AND CLEANING The removable air filter prevents dust from accumulating on the surface of the projection lens and projection mirror. Shoulc the air filter become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce the cooling fan's effectiveness and may result in internal hea build up and reduce the life of the projector. To clean the air filter, follow the cleaning procedures below: 1. Turn the POWER ON/OFF button OFF. Remove the air filter cover. move the air filter and sponge from the filter cover. 4. clean the air filter with a vacuum cleaner. 5. Replace the air filter and sponge. Make sure that air filter cover is fully AIR FILTER inserted. COVER nterrey BV I . Do not clean with water. Doing so may damage the air filter. Do not operate the projector with air filter removed. SPONGE SPONGE CANON AIR FILTER COVER TELE | RECOMMENDATION AIR FILTER LRECOMMS TO ENJOY PICTURE IMAGE. USE THE PROJECTOR IN THE CLEAN ENVIRONMENT, USAGE IN THE CLEAN ENVIRONMENT IS RECOMMENDED. S . we ww. When used under the dusty or smoky conditions, dust may accumulate on the liquid Crystal panel and lens inside it, and may resultantly be projected on the screen together with the picture. When the above symptoms are noticed contact the place where your authorized dealer s or service station for the cleaning. w es . 53 APPENDIX ........ .... www .www . . . V , L N RW XW ... . ...... ..... ... | LAMP REPLACEMENT he WHEN THE PROJECTION LAMP OF THIS PROJECTOR DRAWS TO AN END, HE LAMP REPLACEMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS YELLOW AND THE WARNING MESSAGE "LAMP REPLACEMENT" APPEARS AS THE RIGHT FIGURE. WHEN THE WARNING MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED, THE PROJECTION LAMP SHOULD BE REPLACED. To terminate the warning message. Replace the Projection Lamp and reset the LAMP REPLACEMENT MONITOR TIMER (See LAMP AGE" section on page 52.), and the warning message is terminated. www. Preno LAMP REPLACEMENT INDICATOR USA Ke mint To erase the warning message in a moment. To erase the warning message for a moment, move the arrow to "YES" by pressing the POINT UP/DOWN BUTTON(S) and then press the SELECT (REAR CLICK) BUTTON. This procedure is temporary measure, and the warning massage appears again when the projector is turned on next time. HU Form For continued safety, replace with a lamp assembly of the same type. © Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes before you open the lamp cover. The inside of the projector can become very hot. • Do not drop the lamp module or touch the glass bulb ! The glass can shatter and cause injury. LAMP COVER M www. choux tetne i Follow these steps to replace the lamp assembly. 1. Turn off the projector and allow the projector to cool thoroughly. isconnect the AC cord from the projector. 3. Remove 2 screws with a screwdriver and remove the lamp cover. 4. Remove 2 screws with a screwdriver and pull out the lamp assembly by grasping the handle. 5. Replace the lamp assembly. 6. Tighten 4 screws to secure the lamp cover to the lamp assembly. 7. Connect the detachable AC cord to the projector. 8. Reset the lamp replacement monitor timer, (See "LAMP AGE" section on page 52.) NOTE: Do not reset the LAMP REPLACEMENT MONITOR TIMER, except after the lamp is replaced. LAMP ASSEMBLY HANDLE WASSA HES ORDER REPLACEMENT LAMP Replacement Lamp can be ordered through your dealer, When ordering the Lamp, give the following information to the dealer. Model No. of your projector : Pro AV 9320/9320L Replecement Lamp Type No. : POA-LMP20J (Proxima Lamp No.: LAMP-015) (Service Parts No. 610 280 4225) 019 54 www. g w .wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww . . w wwwwwwwwwwwww w internetowe ww ..... KOREA wwww . . . .. w wwwwwwww YETEMY sv | CLEANING THE LENS Follow these steps to clean the projection lens: + Apply a non-abrasive camera lens cleaner to a soft, dry cleaning cloth. Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner. . Abrasive cleaners, solvents or other harsh chemicals might scratch the lens. 2. Lightly wipe the cleaning cloth over the lens, 3. When you don't use the projector, replace the lens cover. TROUBLESHOOTING ... Before calling your dealer or service station for assistance, check the matters below once again. Make sure you have connected the projector to your equipment as described in section "CONNECTING THE PROJECTOR" on pages 14 - 21. Check cable connections. Verify that all computer, video and power cords are properly connected. 3. Verify that power is switched on. If the projector still does not display an image, re-start the computer, if the image still does not display, unplug the projector from the computer and check the computer monitor's display. The problem may be with your graphics controller rather than with the projector. (When you reconnect the projector, remember to turn the computer and monitor off before you power up the projector, Power the equipment back up in order of: Projector and computer) 6. If the problem still exists, check the following chart. DANA Problem: No power. SA Try these Solutions: © Plug the projector into an AC outlet. Turn the MAIN ON/OFF switch to ON. Press the POWER ON/OFF switch to ON. . Be sure the READY INDICATOR light is ON. • Wait 90 seconds after the projector is turned OFF before turning the projecto back on. NOTE: After pressing the POWER ON/OFF button to OFF. The projector functions as indicated. 1. The LAMP POWER indicator will light and the READY indicator will turn off. 2. After 90 seconds, the READY indicator will light green again and the projector may be turned on by pressing the POWER ON/OFF button. Check temperature warning indicator. If the indicator flashes red, the projector cannot be turned on. (See BASIC OPERATION" section on page 32). @ Check the projection lamp. • Replace the lamp cover. (Check the interlock switch inside of the lamp cover.) www.www wwwww image is out of focu © Adjust the focus. • Make sure the projection screen is at least 4.9 (1.5 m) from the projector. © Check the projection lens to see if it needs cleaning. 9 Execut கட்டப்பட்ட Rex SEX அப்படிப்புக்கட்டிடம் NOTE: Moving the projector from a cool temperature location to a warm temperature location may result in moisture condensation on the lens. In such an event, leave the projector OFF and wait until condensation disappears. W ww . 10 DNEH DOO APPENDIX HOHOH** t mortemente ".. Problem: Try these Solutions: Picture is T/B inverted. Check Reverse T/B feature. (See "OTHER FUNCTION SETTING section on pages 50 - 51). en la povere MAS www Picture is UR Reversed. Check Reverse LR feature. (See "OTHER FUNCTION SETTING" section on pages 50 - 51). www LLLLLWWWMANAW Come alablabe die motor | Some displays are not seen during the operation Check Display feature. (See "OTHER FUNCTION SETTING" section on pages 50 - 51). USA No sound, • Check audio cable connection from audio input source. Adjust audio source. Press the VOLUME (+) button. Press the MUTE button. wwwWwW Remote content Remote control unit doesn't • Check the batteries. • Make sure nothing is blocking between the remote control sensor and remot control unit. Make sure you are not too far from the projector when using the remote contre unit. ( Maximum operate range 16.4 (5 m)}. Check the transmitted signal mode from the remote control unit. (See OTHER FUNCTION SETTING section on pages 50 - 51). Wireless mouse function Check the cable connection between the projector and the computer. • Check the mouse setting on your computer.. Turn on the projector before you turn on the computer. Where to Get Help: If you still need help after checking the table above, you should call your dealer's technical support line and explain your problem. If your dealer cannot solve your problem, please call Proxima's customer service. The number is : In the event that your unit is determined to be defective, you'll be issued a Return Authorization Number. After you've received this number, send the unit, a copy of your sales receipt, and a description of the problem, freight prepaid, to Proxima. Clearly note the Return Authorization Number on the outside of the shipping box USA or Canada Phone (800) 447-7692 FAX (619) 457-9647 Phone (619) 457-5500 Rest of Word Europe Support Phone 31-43-358-5210 FAX orghe 31-43-358-5202 WWW.proxima.com HILL 56 . TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS LLLLLLLL 22 M ORROW SA ion Love . num 28282 Sea US WILL W 239369 EE | Projector Type ype 2 Multi-media Projector Pro AV 9320/9320L Dimensions (W x H x D) 15.4" (390 mm) x 9.2" (234 mm) x 22.9" (582 mm) Net Weight 39.2 lbs (17.8 kg) | LCD Panel System 1.8" TFT Active Matrix type x 3 panels Number of Pixels 2,359,296 (786,432 (1,024 x 768) X 3) Color System 6 color system (PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M and PAL-N) Scanning Frequency H-sync. 15 - 100 KHZ, V-Sync. 50 - 100 Hz Projection Image Size (Diagonal) | Adjustable from 40" to 600 Horizontal Resolution 800 TV lines Projection Lens F20-2.3 lens with f=75.7 mm -97.5 mm Motor zoom and focus | Motorized Lens Shift 760 mm on 100% screen | Throw Distance 4.9' (1.5 m) - 80.7 (24.6 m) Projection Lamp 440 watt type AV Input Jacks BNC Type (Video/, c/Cb (B-Y), Cr (R-Y)} x 2 sets, RCA Type (Audio R and L) x 2 sets and DIN 4 pin (S-Video) x 2 sets Video Monitor Output Jack BNC Type (Video/Y, C/Cb (B-Y),Cr(R-Y] x 1 set and DIN 4 pin (S-Video) x 1 set Audio Monitor Output Jacks RCA Type (R and L) x 1 set Computer Input 1 Jack MDR 20-pin Terminal (Digital), HDB 15-pin Terminal (Analog), Multi-pole 12-pin (Control port) and USB port | Computer Input 2 Jack BNC Type (R, G, B, H and V), Multi-pole 12-pin (Control port) and USB port | Computer Audio Input Jack RCA Type (R and L) X 2 sets Computer Output Jack HDB 15-pin Terminal Computer Audio Output Jack RCA Type (R and L) x 1 set | Other Jack Wired Remote Jack and Serial port (DB9) Built-in Speaker INT, SP, Stereo (R and L), 3 watt RMS (T.H.D. 10%) Image Elevation Adjustment Up to 4* i Voltage 100 - 120 V, 200 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Power Consumption 7.8/3.6 A (Max. Ampere) Operating Temperature 41°F - 95°F (5°C - 35°C) Storage Temperature 140 - 140°F (-10°C -60°C) Remote Control Transmitters Wireless Remote Control with Laser Beam (Class I Laser) Max. Output 1mWWave Length 660 + 20nm, batteries (2) AA, UM3 or R06 type Wireless Wired Remote Control, batteries (2) AA, UM3 or R06 type. mputers www GOOGIC wwwwwwwwwwwritt momenti RAKAS WWWLWWLLLLLLALALALALALA wym RAY e sex hirish DALAWA 22 This symbol on the nameplate means the product is Listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. It is designed and manufactured to meet rigid U.L. safety standards against risk of fire, casualty and electrical hazards. 189 Warranty Proxima Corporation warrants that the Proxima® Multimedia Projector Model Pro AV 9320/9320L product manufactured by Proxima is free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use during the Warranty Period. The Warranty period commences on the day of purchase by the end-user. The Warranty Period is two years. The projector lamp is not covered by this Warranty. Each Proxima product is manufactured from new parts, or new and some used parts. In some cases, the product may have been delivered to another end-user and then returned. In all cases, the product has undergone testing and quality inspection, and Proxima's full warranty terms apply. The end-user's sales receipt or invoice showing the date of purchase of the product and the name of the Reseller is proof of the date of purchase. The Warranty extends only to the original purchaser and is not transferable. During the Warranty Period, Proxima will, at no additional charge, repair or replace defective parts or at the 4option of Proxima, replace the entire unit. This Limited Warranty does not extend to any Proxima product that has been damaged or been rendered defective (a) as a result of accident, misuse, or other abuse; (b) by the use of parts not manufactured or sold by Proxima; or (c) by modification of the product; or (d) as a result servicing by non-authorized personnel. Limitation of Warranties The foregoing warranty is expressly in lieu of any other express or implied warranties, including, without limitation, warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. To the extent not prohibited by law, all statutory warranties are hereby waived and excluded from this warranty. Proxima expressly disclaims all warranties not stated in this Limited Warranty. vo. ++++++ + ++ V . 2000

FREE ENGLISH PDF

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

USER GUIDE - USER MANUAL

OWNER GUIDE - OWNER MANUAL

REFERENCE GUIDE - REFERENCE MANUAL

INSTRUCTION GUIDE - INSTRUCTION MANUAL