Dukane ImagePro 8760, 8761 User Manual

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Portable Projector

8760/8761

User's Manual

About this user's manual

The fastest way to get started is to take your time and do everything right the first time. Take a few minutes now to review the user's manual. This may save you time later on. At the beginning of each section of the manual you'll find an overview. If the section doesn't apply, you can skip it.

INTRODUCTION

Introduction to the Projector

This section introduces you to your new 8760/8761 Projector and describes the features and controls.

Congratulations on Your Purchase of The 8760/ 8761 Projector

The 8760/8761is one of the very best projectors available today. The 8760/8761 enables you to project precise images up to 500 inches

across (measured diagonally) from your PC or Macintosh computer (desktop or notebook), VCR, DVD player, document camera, a laser disc player or Viewer.

You can use the projector on a tabletop or cart, you can use the projector to project images from behind the screen, and the projector can be permanently mounted on a ceiling*1.The remote control can be used wirelessly.

*1 Do not attempt to mount the projector on a ceiling yourself.

The projector must be installed by qualified technicians in order to ensure proper operation and reduce the risk of bodily injury.

In addition, the ceiling must be strong enough to support the projector and the installation must be in accordance with any local building codes. Please consult your dealer for more information.

Features you'll enjoy:

The newly developed 3D Reform function allows you to correct trapezoidal distortion for both horizontally and vertically so that the image is square even when projector is positioned off center of the rooms screen.

The 8760/8761 projector provides wired and wireless networking When using as a wireless LAN projector, no physical signal cable connection to a PC is required.*2

*2 A wireless LAN card is required.

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Safety protect by Password and Security functions

Password and Security features prevent the projector from being used by unauthorized individuals.

Password prevents unauthorized individuals from changing projector settings or adjustments. Security offers complete protection by using your PC card as a protect key so that the projector will not project a signal without insertion of the registered PC card and unauthorized use can be discouraged.

The built-in Viewer allows you to start your presentation even when a PC is not available at the site.

A high-bright 220 watt DC lamp.

The Standby mode reduces standby power consumption significantly.

The supplied wireless remote control that operates the projector from the front side or rear.

The image can be projected between 30 and 500 inches (measured diagonally).

The "Capture" enables you to capture the current projected image.

An image can be projected from in front or behind a screen, and the projector can even be installed on the ceiling.

Dukane’s exclusive intelligent pixel blending technology-

an extremely accurate image compression technology - offers a crisp image with UXGA (1600 1200) resolution

Supports most IBM VGA, SVGA, XGA , SXGA/UXGA, Macintosh, component signal (YCbCr/ YPbPr) or any

other RGB signals within a horizontal frequency range of 24 to 100 kHz and a vertical frequency range of 50 to 120 Hz. This includes NTSC, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, PAL60, SECAM and NTSC4.43 standard video signals.

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NOTE: Composite video standards are as follows:

NTSC: U.S. TV standard for video in U.S. and Canada.

PAL: TV standard used in Western Europe.

PAL-N: TV standard used in Argentine, Paraguay and Uruguay. PAL-M: TV standard used in Brazil.

PAL60: TV standard used for NTSC playback on PAL TVs. SECAM: TV standard used in France and Eastern Europe. NTSC4.43: TV standard used in Middle East countries.

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The supplied remote control can be used without a cable, and you can even use the remote control to operate your PC's mouse wirelessly from across the room with the built-in remote mouse function.

You can control the projector with a PC using the PC Control port.

USB port allows USB mouse operation*4.

*4 The USB ports meet the USB1.1 specification.

The contemporary cabinet design is light, compact, easy to carry, and complements any office, boardroom or auditorium.

Nine pointers are available for your presentation.

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Part Names of the Projector

 

Focus Ring

 

(See page E-43)

Remote Sensor

Controls

(See page E-20)

(See page E-8)

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Ventilation (inlet)

Ventilation (outlet)

Heated air is exhausted

Built-in Security Slot

from here

( )*

 

Zoom Lever

 

(See page E-43)

Adjustable Tilt Foot Lever

Carrying Handle

(See page E-42)

Adjustable Tilt Foot

Lens

 

(See page E-42)

Lens Cap

*This security slot supports the MicroSaver® Security System. MicroSaver® is a registered trademark of Kensington Microware Inc. The logo is trademarked and owned by Kensington Microware Inc.

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PC Card Eject Button

PC Card Slot

Remote Sensor

(See page E-20)

Rear Foot

Monaural Speaker (2W)

Lamp cover

(See page E-121)

Ventilation

(outlet)

Lamp cover screw

Rear Foot

Rotate to make the projector level. (See page E-43)

AC Input

Connect the supplied power cable's three-pin plug here, and plug the other end into an active wall outlet.

(See page E-35)

Main Power Switch

When you plug the supplied power cable into an active wall outlet and turn on the Main Power switch, the POWER indicator turns orange and the projector is in standby mode.

(See page E-36)

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Top Features

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1.POWER Button (ON / STAND BY)

Use this button to turn the power on and off when the main power is supplied and the projector is in standby mode.

NOTE: To turn on or off the projector, press and hold this button for a mini-

mum of two seconds.

2. STATUS Indicator

If this light blinks red rapidly, it indicates that an error has occurred, the lamp cover is not attached properly or the projector has overheated. If this light remains orange, it indicates that you have pressed a cabinet key while the Control Panel Key Lock is enabled. See the Status Indicator section on page E-126 for more details.

3. POWER Indicator ( )

When this indicator is green, the projector is on; when this indicator is orange, it is in standby or idle mode. See the Power Indicator section on page E-126 for more details.

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4. SOURCE Button

Use this button to select a video source such as a PC, VCR, DVD player, Viewer (PC card), or LAN.

Press and release this button quickly to display the Source List.

Each time this button is pressed for a minimum of ONE second, the input source will change as follows:

RGB1 → RGB2 → Video → S-Video → Viewer → RGB1 → ...

If no input signal is present, the input will be skipped.

5. AUTO ADJUST Button

Use this button to adjust Position-H/V and Pixel Clock/Phase for an optimal picture. Some signals may not be displayed correctly or take time to switch between sources.

6. PC CARD Access Indicator

Lights while accessing a PC card.

7. ENTER Button

Executes your menu selection and activates items selected from the menu.

8. CANCEL Button

Press this button to exit "Menus". Press this button to return the adjustments to the last condition while you are in the adjustment or setting menu.

9. SELECT (+) (–) / Volume Buttons

: Use these buttons to select the menu of the item you wish to adjust. When no menus appear, these buttons work as a volume control.

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: Use these buttons to change the level of a selected menu item. A press of the button executes the selection. When the menus or the Viewer tool bar is not displayed, these buttons can be used to select a slide, or to move the cursor in Folder List or Slide List.

When the pointer is displayed, these buttons move the pointer.

10.MENU Button Displays the menu.

11.LAMP Indicator

If this light blinks red rapidly, it's warning you that the projection lamp has exceeded 2000 hours (up to 3000 hours in Eco mode) of service. After this light appears, replace the lamp as soon as possible. (See page E-121). If this is lit green continually, it indicates that the lamp mode is set to Eco. See the Lamp Indicator section on page E-127 for more details.

12. 3D REFORM Button

Press this button to enter 3D Reform mode to correct the keystone (trapezoidal) distortion, and make the image square.

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Terminal Panel Features

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1. RGB IN 1 / Component Input Connector (Mini D-Sub 15 Pin)

Connect your computer or other analog RGB equipment such as IBM compatible or Macintosh computers. Use the supplied RGB cable to connect to your computer. This also serves as a component input connector that allows you to connect a component video output of component equipment such as a DVD player. This connector also supports SCART output signal. See page E-28 for more details.

2. RGB IN 2 / Component Input Connector (Mini D-Sub 15 Pin)

This connector has the same function as the RGB IN 1 connector.

NOTE: The RGB IN 2 does not support SCART output signal and Plug & Play.

3. RGB AUDIO IN Mini Jack (Stereo Mini)

This is where you connect audio output from your computer or DVD player. A commercially available audio cable is required.

4. RGB OUT Connector (Mini D-Sub 15 Pin)

You can use this connector to loop your computer image to an external monitor from the RGB 1 or 2 input source.

The RGB analog signal set on RGBOUT Terminal is output during idle mode. See pages E-31 and 100.

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5. AUDIO OUT Mini Jack (Stereo Mini)

Connect an additional audio equipment here to listen to audio coming from your computer, Video or S- Video input.

Note that there is no audio output from this jack during Standby and Idle.

6 S-VIDEO IN Connector (Mini DIN 4 Pin)

Here is where you connect the S-Video input from an external source like a VCR.

NOTE: S-Video provides more vivid color and higher resolution than the traditional composite video format.

7. VIDEO IN Connector (RCA)

Connect a VCR, DVD player, laser disc player, or document camera here to project video.

8. VIDEO AUDIO IN Jacks (RCA)

L : This is your left channel audio input for stereo sound coming from the VIDEO source.

R : This is your right channel audio input for stereo sound from the VIDEO source.

9. PC CONTROL Port (Mini DIN 8 Pin)

Use this port to connect your PC to control your projector via a serial cable. This enables you to use your PC and serial communication protocol to control the projector. The optional serial cable (CA03D) is required to use this port. You can also control the projector by using Dynamic Image Utility 2.0 included on the supplied CD-ROM.

To do so you must first have Dynamic Image Utility 2.0 installed on your PC. If you are writing your own program, typical PC control codes are on page E-136. A cap is put on the port at the factory. Remove the cap when using the port.

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10. USB Port (Type A)

Connect a commercially available mouse that supports USB. You can operate the menu or Viewer with the USB mouse via this port.

Note that this port should not be connected to a computer and that there may be some brands of USB mouse that the projector does not support.

11. USB Port (Type B)

Connect this port to the USB port (type A) of your PC using the supplied USB cable. You can operate your computer's mouse functions from the remote control.

12. PC CARD Eject Button

Press to eject a PC card partially.

13. PC CARD Slot

Insert a PC card, commercially available LAN card or optional wireless LAN card here.

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Part Names of the Remote Control

NOTE: If you are using a Macintosh computer, you can click either the right-click or left-click button to activate the mouse.

1. Infrared Transmitter

Direct the remote control toward the remote sensor on the projector cabinet.

2. LASER Pointer

Beams a laser light when the LASER button is pressed.

3. LED

Flashes when any button is pressed.

4. POWER ON Button

If the main power is applied, you can use this button to turn your projector on.

NOTE: To turn on the projector, press

and hold the POWER ON button for a

minimum of two seconds.

5. POWER OFF Button

You can use this button to turn your projector off.

NOTE: To turn off the projector, press and hold the POWER OFF button for a minimum of two seconds.

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LASER

 

 

 

 

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AUTO

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VIDEO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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POWER

 

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POINTER

VIEWER

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3D

 

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6. VIDEO Button

Press this button to select an NTSC, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, PAL60, SECAM or NTSC4.43 compatible video source from a VCR, DVD player, or laser disc player.

7. S-VIDEO Button

Press this button to select an S-Video source from a VCR.

8. RGB 1 Button

Press this button to select a video source from computer or component equipment connected to your RGB IN 1 port.

9. RGB 2 Button

Press this button to select a video source from computer or component equipment connected to your RGB IN 2 port.

10. AUTO ADJ Button

Use this button to adjust an RGB source for an optimal picture. Some signals may not be displayed correctly or take time to be displayed. See page E-47.

11. LASER Button

Press and hold this button to activate the laser pointer. When lit, you can use the laser to draw your audience's attention to a red dot that you can place on any object.

12. MENU Button

Displays the menu for various settings and adjustments.

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13. SELECT (Mouse) Button

When you are in the Computer mode, these buttons work as a computer mouse. When you are in the Projector mode, which is indicated by lighting the PJ button. See page E-52.

: Use these buttons to select the menu of the item you wish to adjust.

: Use these buttons to change the level of a selected menu item. A press of the button executes the selection.

When the pointer is displayed, these buttons move the pointer. When the pointer is not displayed, these buttons are for adjusting the image.

14. ENTER (Left Click) Button

When you are in the Computer mode, this button works as the mouse left button. When this button is pressed and held for a minimum of 2 seconds, the drag mode is set. When you are in the Projector mode, which is indicated by lighting the PJ button:

Use this button to enter your menu selection. It works the same way as the ENTER button on the cabinet. See page E-9.

15. CANCEL (Right Click) Button

When you are in the Computer mode, this button works as the mouse right button. When you are in the Projector mode, which is indicated by lighting the PJ button: Press this button to exit the Menus. It works the same way as the CANCEL button on the cabinet.

16. PJ Button

Press this button to switch the SELECT, CANCEL, and ENTER buttons between the Projector mode (lit red) and the Computer mode. Press this button or any one of the POWER ON/OFF, MENU, ASPECT, 3D REFORM, HELP, POINTER, MAGNIFY, PICTURE, VIEWER, FOLDER LIST or SLIDE LIST buttons to switch to the Projector mode and the PJ button lights red. To switch back to the Computer mode, press the PJ button again. See page E-52.

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17. ASPECT Button

Press this button to display the Aspect Ratio select screen. See page E-86.

18. FREEZE Button

This button will freeze a picture. Press again to resume motion.

19. 3D REFORM Button

Press this button to enter 3D Reform to correct the keystone (trapezoidal) distortion, and make the image square. See page E-44.

20. HELP Button

Provides the online help or the set information.

21. POINTER Button

Press this button to display one of the eight pointers; press again to

hide the pointer. You can move your pointer icon to the area you want on the screen using the Select button. See page E-54.

22. VOLUME (+) (–) Button

Press (+) to increase the volume and (–) to decrease it.

23. MAGNIFY (+) (–) Button

Use this button to adjust the image size up to 400%. When the pointer is displayed, the image is magnified about the center of the pointer. When the pointer is not displayed, the image is magnified about the center of the screen. When the image is magnified, the pointer is changed to the magnifying icon. See page E-55.

24. PICTURE Button

Press this button to display the Picture adjustement screen such as Brightness, Contrast, Color, Hue, and Sharpness. See page E-85.

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25. PICTURE MUTE Button

This button turns off the image and sound for a short period of time. Press again to restore the image and sound.

NOTE: When the menu is displayed, a press of this button mutes an image and sound without turning off the menu.

26. VIEWER Button

Press this button to select the Viewer source.

27. SLIDE (+) (–) Button

Press (+) to select the next folder or slide and (–) to select the previous folder or slide. See page E-67.

28. FOLDER LIST Button

Press this button to select Viewer source to display a list of folders included in a PC card. See page E-67.

29. SLIDE LIST Button

Press this button to select Viewer source to display a list of slides included in a PC card. See page E-67.

NOTE: The default is the Computer mode, which allows you to use the SELECT, CANCEL, and ENTER buttons as your computer mouse. When the POWER ON/OFF, MENU, ASPECT, 3D REFORM, HELP, POINTER, MAGNIFY, PICTURE, VIEWER, FOLDER LIST, or SLIDE LIST button is pressed, the PJ button lights red to indicate that you are in the Projector mode. If no buttons are pressed within 60 seconds, the light goes out and the Projector mode is canceled.

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Battery Installation

1. Press the catch and remove the battery cover.

2.Remove both old batteries and install new ones (AA). Ensure that you have the batteries' polarity (+/-) aligned correctly.

3.Slip the cover back over the batteries until it snaps into place. Do not mix different types of batteries or new and old batteries.

Note on Remote Control Operation:

If you press and hold the SELECT button while installing new batteries, the remote control may fail to work properly.

Should this happen, remove the batteries and then install them again without touching the SELECT button.

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Remote Control Precautions

Handle the remote control carefully.

If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.

Avoid excessive heat and humidity.

If you will not be using the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.

Do not place the batteries upside down.

Do not use new and old batteries together, or use different types of batteries together

Operating Range

7m/22 feet

30˚

30˚

7m/22 feet

30˚

30˚

Remote sensor on the

Remote control

 

projector cabinet

 

The infrared signal operates by line-of-sight up to a distance of about 22 feet/7 m and within a 60-degree angle of the remote sensor on the projector cabinet.

The projector will not respond if there are objects between the remote control and the sensor, or if strong light falls on the sensor. Weak batteries will also prevent the remote control from properly operating the projector.

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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS

This section describes how to set up your projector and how to connect video and audio sources.

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To the wall outlet.

Your projector is simple to set up and use. But before you get started, you must first:

z Set up a screen and the projector.

xConnect your computer or video equipment to the projector. See page E- 27.

cConnect the supplied power cable. See page E-35.

NOTE: Ensure that the power cable and any other cables are disconnected before moving the projector.

When moving the projector or when it is not in use, cover the lens with the lens cap.

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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Setting Up the Screen and theProjector

Setting Up the Screen and the Projector

Selecting a Location

The further your projector is from the screen or wall, the larger the image. The minimum size the image can be is approximately 30" (0.8 m) measured diagonally when the projector is roughly 4 feet (1.3 m) from the wall or screen. The largest the image can be is 500" (12.7 m) when the projector is about 80.83 feet (24.64 m) from the wall or screen. Use the drawing below as a guide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Screen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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size

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4(W)

 

(Unit:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

365.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

304.

 

cm/inch)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8(W)

 

274.

 

 

 

8(H)/160"(w)

 

120"(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3(H)/144"(W)

 

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243.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6(H)/120"(W)

 

90"(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8(W)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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9(H)/96"(W)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

203.

152.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

72"(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4(H)/80"(W)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6(W)

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60"(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

120"

 

 

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9(H)/64"(W)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9(W)

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100"

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4(H)/48"(W)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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80"

 

 

 

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0(H)/32"(W)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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24"(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

45.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7(H)/24"(W)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

60"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18"(H)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

40"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

center

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

150"

200" 180"

Screen size

.3

 

 

 

 

.3/4 .3)

.6

 

1 .0/3

 

3)

(1

.7/5

 

 

 

 

.

 

1

.3/4

 

(1

 

 

 

.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.6/8

.6)

 

.5

 

 

 

.2)

 

 

 

 

.7

 

2

0/6

 

5/11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

.

 

.9)

 

.4

 

 

.4

 

 

 

 

(2

 

 

 

7/8

.4/14

 

 

 

 

.5)

 

 

.

 

 

 

3 .

 

4

.4/11

.3/17

 

.6/21

 

1)

 

 

 

 

(2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

.1/13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(3

 

 

 

6

.2/17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(4

 

(5

 

 

 

.9

 

 

 

 

.9/25 .34)

 

.9

7

.2/20

.8/28

.6)

 

8

9/22

(6

 

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

 

 

 

(6

 

m/feet) (Unit: Distance

NOTE: Values in parentheses for LT240K.

E-22

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Setting Up the Screen and theProjector

Throw Distance and Screen Size

The following shows the proper relative positions of the projector and screen. Refer to the table to determine the position of installation.

Distance Chart

Screen Width

Screen Diagonal

Screen Height

Screen center

(B)

Screen Bottom

(D)

Lens Center

Throw Angle ( )

Throw Distance (C)

B = Vertical distance between lens center and screen center C = Throw distance

D = Vertical distance between lens center and bottom of screen α = Throw angle

E-23

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Setting Up the Screen and theProjector

8761

B = Vertical distance between lens center and screen center C = Throw distance

D = Vertical distance between lens center and bottom of screen α = Throw angle

NOTE: Distances may vary +/-5%.

 

Screen Size

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

α

Diagonal

Width

 

Height

 

Wide – Tele

 

Wide – Tele

inch

inch

 

inch

inch

inch

inch

degree

30

24

 

18

12.6

46.4

57.0

3.6

15.2

- 12.5

40

32

 

24

16.8

62.4

76.4

4.8

15.1

- 12.4

60

48

 

36

25.3

94.5

– 115.3

7.3

15.0

- 12.4

67

54

 

40

28.2

105.8

– 128.9

8.1

14.9

- 12.3

72

58

 

43

30.3

113.8

– 138.6

8.7

14.9

- 12.3

80

64

 

48

33.7

126.6

– 154.1

9.7

14.9

- 12.3

84

67

 

50

35.4

133.0

– 161.9

10.2

14.9

- 12.3

90

72

 

54

37.9

142.7

– 173.6

10.9

14.9

- 12.3

100

80

 

60

42.1

158.7

– 193.0

12.1

14.9

- 12.3

120

96

 

72

50.5

190.8

– 231.8

14.5

14.8

- 12.3

150

120

 

90

63.2

239.0

– 290.1

18.2

14.8

- 12.3

180

144

 

108

75.8

287.1

– 348.4

21.8

14.8

- 12.3

200

160

 

120

84.2

319.2

– 387.2

24.2

14.8

- 12.3

210

168

 

126

88.4

335.3

– 406.7

25.4

14.8

- 12.3

240

192

 

144

101.1

383.4

– 464.9

29.1

14.8

- 12.3

261

209

 

157

109.9

417.1

– 505.7

31.6

14.8

- 12.3

270

216

 

162

113.7

431.6

– 523.2

32.7

14.8

- 12.3

300

240

 

180

126.3

479.7

– 581.5

36.3

14.8

- 12.3

350

280

 

210

147.4

560.0

– 678.6

42.4

14.7

- 12.3

400

320

 

240

168.5

640.2

– 775.7

48.5

14.7

- 12.3

450

360

 

270

189.5

720.5

– 872.9

54.5

14.7

- 12.2

500

400

 

300

210.6

800.7

– 970.0

60.6

14.7

- 12.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Screen Size

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

α

Diagonal

Width

 

Height

 

Wide – Tele

 

Wide – Tele

mm

mm

 

mm

mm

mm

mm

degree

762

610

 

457

321

1178

-

1448

92

15.2

- 12.5

1016

813

 

610

428

1586

-

1942

123

15.1

- 12.4

1524

1219

 

914

642

2401

-

2928

184

15.0

- 12.4

1702

1361

 

1021

716

2686

-

3274

206

14.9

- 12.3

1829

1463

 

1097

770

2890

-

3520

221

14.9

- 12.3

2032

1626

 

1219

855

3216

-

3915

246

14.9

- 12.3

2134

1707

 

1280

898

3379

-

4113

258

14.9

- 12.3

2286

1829

 

1372

962

3624

-

4409

277

14.9

- 12.3

2540

2032

 

1524

1069

4032

-

4902

307

14.9

- 12.3

3048

2438

 

1829

1283

4847

-

5889

369

14.8

- 12.3

3810

3048

 

2286

1604

6070

-

7369

461

14.8

- 12.3

4572

3658

 

2743

1925

7293

-

8849

554

14.8

- 12.3

5080

4064

 

3048

2139

8108

-

9836

615

14.8

- 12.3

5334

4267

 

3200

2246

8516

-10329

646

14.8

- 12.3

6096

4877

 

3658

2567

9739

-11810

738

14.8

- 12.3

6629

5304

 

3978

2792

10595

-12846

803

14.8

- 12.3

6858

5486

 

4115

2888

10962

-13290

831

14.8

- 12.3

7620

6096

 

4572

3209

12185

-14770

923

14.8

- 12.3

8890

7112

 

5334

3744

14223

-17237

1077

14.7

- 12.3

10160

8128

 

6096

4279

16261

-19704

1231

14.7

- 12.3

11430

9144

 

6858

4814

18299

-22171

1385

14.7

- 12.2

12700

10160

 

7620

5349

20338

-24638

1539

14.7

- 12.2

E-24

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Setting Up the Screen and theProjector

8760

B = Vertical distance between lens center and screen center C = Throw distance

D = Vertical distance between lens center and bottom of screen α = Throw angle

NOTE: Distances may vary +/-5%.

 

Screen Size

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

α

Diagonal

Width

 

Height

 

Wide – Tele

 

Wide – Tele

inch

inch

 

inch

inch

inch

inch

degree

30

24

 

18

12.6

35.7

-

43.4

3.6

19.4

- 16.2

40

32

 

24

16.8

48.2

-

58.4

4.8

19.2

- 16.0

60

48

 

36

25.2

73.2

-

88.5

7.2

19.0

- 15.9

67

54

 

40

28.1

81.9

-

99.0

8.0

19.0

- 15.9

72

58

 

43

30.2

88.1

- 106.5

8.6

18.9

- 15.8

80

64

 

48

33.6

98.1

- 118.6

9.6

18.9

- 15.8

84

67

 

50

35.3

103.1

- 124.6

10.1

18.9

- 15.8

90

72

 

54

37.8

110.6

- 133.6

10.8

18.9

- 15.8

100

80

 

60

42.0

123.1

- 148.6

12.0

18.8

- 15.8

120

96

 

72

50.4

148.1

- 178.7

14.4

18.8

- 15.8

150

120

 

90

63.0

185.5

- 223.8

18.0

18.8

- 15.7

180

144

 

108

75.6

223.0

- 268.9

21.6

18.7

- 15.7

200

160

 

120

84.0

248.0

- 298.9

24.0

18.7

- 15.7

210

168

 

126

88.2

260.5

- 314.0

25.2

18.7

- 15.7

240

192

 

144

100.8

297.9

- 359.1

28.8

18.7

- 15.7

261

209

 

157

109.7

324.1

- 390.6

31.4

18.7

- 15.7

270

216

 

162

113.4

335.4

- 404.1

32.4

18.7

- 15.7

300

240

 

180

126.1

372.8

- 449.2

36.1

18.7

- 15.7

350

280

 

210

147.1

435.3

- 524.4

42.1

18.7

- 15.7

400

320

 

240

168.1

497.7

- 599.6

48.1

18.7

- 15.7

450

360

 

270

189.1

560.1

- 674.7

54.1

18.7

- 15.7

500

400

 

300

210.1

622.5

- 749.9

60.1

18.6

- 15.7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Screen Size

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

α

Diagonal

Width

 

Height

 

Wide – Tele

 

Wide – Tele

mm

mm

 

mm

mm

mm

mm

degree

762

610

 

457

320

907

-

1102

91

19.4

- 16.2

1016

813

 

610

426

1224

-

1484

122

19.2

- 16.0

1524

1219

 

914

640

1858

-

2248

183

19.0

- 15.9

1702

1361

 

1021

715

2080

-

2515

204

19.0

- 15.9

1829

1463

 

1097

768

2239

-

2706

219

18.9

- 15.8

2032

1626

 

1219

853

2493

-

3011

244

18.9

- 15.8

2134

1707

 

1280

896

2620

-

3164

256

18.9

- 15.8

2286

1829

 

1372

960

2810

-

3393

274

18.9

- 15.8

2540

2032

 

1524

1067

3127

-

3775

305

18.8

- 15.8

3048

2438

 

1829

1280

3761

-

4538

366

18.8

- 15.8

3810

3048

 

2286

1601

4713

-

5684

458

18.8

- 15.7

4572

3658

 

2743

1921

5664

-

6829

549

18.7

- 15.7

5080

4064

 

3048

2134

6298

-

7593

610

18.7

- 15.7

5334

4267

 

3200

2241

6615

-

7975

641

18.7

- 15.7

6096

4877

 

3658

2561

7567

-

9120

732

18.7

- 15.7

6629

5304

 

3978

2785

8233

-

9922

797

18.7

- 15.7

6858

5486

 

4115

2881

8518

-10265

824

18.7

- 15.7

7620

6096

 

4572

3202

9470

-11411

916

18.7

- 15.7

8890

7112

 

5334

3735

11055

-13320

1068

18.7

- 15.7

10160

8128

 

6096

4269

12641

-15229

1221

18.7

- 15.7

11430

9144

 

6858

4803

14227

-17138

1374

18.7

- 15.7

12700

10160

 

7620

5336

15813

-19046

1526

18.6

- 15.7

E-25

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Setting Up the Screen and theProjector

WARNING

*Installing your projector on the ceiling must be done by a qualified technician. Contact your dealer for more information.

*Do not attempt to install the projector yourself.

Only use your projector on a solid, level surface. If the projector falls to the ground, you can be injured and the projector severely damaged.

Do not use the projector where temperatures vary greatly. The projector must be used at temperatures between 41˚F (5˚C) and 95˚F (35˚C).

Do not expose the projector to moisture, dust, or smoke. This will harm the screen image.

Ensure that you have adequate ventilation around your projector so heat can dissipate. Do not cover the vents on the side or the front of the projector.

Reflecting the Image

Using a mirror to reflect your projector's image enables you to enjoy a much larger image. Contact your dealer if you need a mirror. If you're using a mirror and your image is inverted, use the MENU and SELECT buttons on your projector cabinet or buttons on your remote control to correct the orientation. (See page E-95.)

E-26

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS

Making Connections

Wiring Diagram

Document Camera

Monitor

VCR, DVD Player or

LaserDisc Player

To video, S-video, and audio inputs on the projector.

RGB Signal cable (supplied)

To mini D-Sub 15-pin connector on the projector. It is recommended that you use a commercially available distribution amplifier if connecting a signal cable longer than the supplied cable.

Optional 15-pin-to-RCA (female) 3 cable

(ADP-CV1)

 

 

DVD Player

Macintosh

IBM VGA or Compatibles

(with component output)

(Desktop type or notebook type)

(Desktop type or notebook type)

 

NOTE: When using with a notebook PC, be sure to connect between the projector and the notebook PC before turning on the power to the notebook PC. In most cases signal cannot be output from RGB output unless the notebook PC is turned on after connecting with the projector.

*If the screen goes blank while using your remote control, it may be the result of the computer's screen-saver or power management software.

*If you accidentally hit the POWER button on the remote control, wait 90 seconds and then press the POWER button again to resume.

E-27

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Making Connections

To connect SCART output (RGB)

Before connections: An exclusive SCART adapter (ADP-SC1) and a commercially available SCART cable are required for this connection.

NOTE:

Audio signal is not available for this connection.

The RGB IN 2 connector does not support SCART signal and Plug & Play.

Video equipment such as DVD player

Projector

 

 

To RGB IN 1

Commercially available SCART cable

Female

ADP-SC1

1.Turn off the power to the projector and your video equipment.

2.Use the ADP-SC1 SCART adapter and a commercially available SCART cable to connect the RGB 1 input of your projector and a SCART output (RGB) of your video equipment.

3.Turn on the power to the projector and your video equipment.

4.Use the RGB 1 button on the remote control to select the RGB 1 input.

5.Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the menu.

6.From the Advanced menu, select [Projector Options] [Setup] [Page 3] [Signal Select RGB1] [Scart].

SCART is a standard European audio-visual connector for TVs, VCRs and DVD players. It is also referred to as Euro-connector.

NOTE: The ADP-SC1 SCART adapter is obtainable from your dealer in Europe. Contact your dealer in Europe for more information.

E-28

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Making Connections

Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer

AUDIO IN

RGB IN1

RGB IN2

RGB signal cable (supplied)

To mini D-Sub 15-pin connector on the

projector. It is recommended that you use Audio cable (not supplied) a commercially available distribution am-

plifier if connecting a signal cable longer than the supplied one.

PHONE

IBM VGA or Compatibles (Desktop type) or Macintosh (Desktop type)

PHONE

IBM VGA or Compatibles (Notebook type) or Macintosh (Notebook type)

NOTE: For older Macintosh, use a commercially available pin adapter (not sup-

plied) to connect to your Mac's video port.

E-29

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Making Connections

Connecting your PC or Macintosh computer to your projector will enable you to project your computer's screen image for an impressive presentation.

To connect to a PC or Macintosh, simply:

1.Turn off the power to your projector and computer.

2.Use the supplied signal cable to connect your PC or Macintosh to the projector.

3.Turn on the projector and the computer.

4.If the projector goes blank after a period of inactivity, it may be caused by a screen saver installed on the computer you've connected to the projector.

E-30

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Making Connections

Connecting an External Monitor

RGB OUT

You can connect a separate, external monitor to your projector to simultaneously view on a monitor the RGB analog image you're projecting. To do so:

1.Turn off the power to your projector, monitor and computer.

2.Use a 15-pin cable to connect your monitor to the RGB OUT (Mini D-Sub 15 pin) connector on your projector.

3.Turn on the projector, monitor and the computer.

NOTE: The RGB OUT connector outputs RGB signal during idle mode (See page E-100). When the projector goes into idle mode, the image on an external monitor disappears for a moment. Note that the RGB OUT connector will not output RGB signal during Standby mode.

• Daisy chain connection is not possible.

E-31

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Making Connections

Connecting Your Video Equipment

Connecting Your DVD Player

RGB IN1 or IN2

Optional 15-pin-to-RCA (female) 3 cable (ADP-CV1)

 

Audio Equipment

Component video

 

RCA 3 cable

AUDIO IN

(not supplied)

L R

DVD player

AUDIO OUT

R

L

COMPONENT OUT

Audio cable (not supplied)

You can connect your projector to a DVD player with component output or Video output. To do so, simply:

1.Turn off the power to your projector and DVD player.

2.If your DVD player has the component video (Y,Cb,Cr) output, use a commercially available component video cable (RCA 3) and the optional 15-pin-to-RCA (female) 3 cable to connect your DVD player to the RGB

IN1 or IN2 connector on the projector.

For a DVD player without component video (Y,Cb,Cr) output, use common RCA cables (not provided) to connect a composite VIDEO output of the DVD player to the Video Input of the projector.

3.Turn on the projector and DVD player.

NOTE: Refer to your DVD player's owner's manual for more information about

your DVD player's video output requirements,

E-32

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Making Connections

Connecting Your VCR or Laser Disc Player

VIDEO IN

S-VIDEO IN

Video cable (not supplied)

S-video cable (not supplied)

 

Audio equipment

 

AUDIO IN

 

L R

VCR/ Laser disc player

 

AUDIO OUT

S-VIDEO OUT

R L

 

 

VIDEO OUT

 

Audio cable (not supplied)

Use common RCA cables (not provided) to connect your VCR, laser disc player or document camera to your projector.

To make these connections, simply:

1.Turn off the power to the projector and VCR, laser disc player or document camera.

2.Connect one end of your RCA cable to the video output connector on the back of your VCR or laser disc player, connect the other end to the Video input on your projector. Use an audio cable (not supplied) to connect the audio from your VCR or laser disc player to your audio equipment (if your VCR or laser disc player has this capability). Be careful to keep your right and left channel connections correct for stereo sound.

E-33

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Making Connections

3. Turn on the projector and the VCR or laser disc player.

NOTE: Refer to your VCR or laser disc player owner's manual for more information about your equipment's video output requirements.

NOTE: An image may not be displayed correctly when a Video or S-Video source is played back in fast-forward or fast-rewind via a scan converter.

E-34

INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Making Connections

Connecting the Supplied Power Cable

Connect the supplied power cable to the projector.

First connect the supplied power cable's three-pin plug to the AC IN of the projector, and then connect the other plug of the supplied power cable in the wall outlet.

E-35

PROJECTING AN IMAGE

(BASIC OPERATION)

This section describes how to turn on the projector and to project a picture onto the screen.

Turning on the Projector

NOTE:

When plugging in or unplugging the supplied power cable, make sure that the main power switch is pushed to the off[O] position. Failure to do so may cause damage to the projector.

The projector has two power switches: main power switch and POWER button (POWER ON and OFF on the remote control)

The projector has a feature to prevent itself from being used by unauthorized individuals. To use this feature, register your PC card as a protect key. See "Security" in "Projector Options" on page E-114 for more details.

To turn on the main power to the projector, press the Main Power switch to the ON position ( I ).

Before you turn on your projector, ensure that the computer or video source is turned on and that your lens cap is removed.

Only after you press the ON/STAND BY button on the projector cabinet or POWER ON button on the remote control for a minimum of 2 seconds will the power indicator turn to green and the projector become ready to use.

E-36

PROJECTING AN IMAGE Turning on the Projector

Note on Startup screen (Menu Language Select screen)

When you first turn on the projector, you will get the Startup screen. This screen gives you the opportunity to select one of the seven menu languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Swedish and Japanese.

To select a menu language, follow these steps:

1.Use the SELECT or button to select one of the seven languages for the menu.

MENU

SELECT

E NTE

R

2. Press the ENTER button to execute the selection.

MENU

SELECT

E NTE

R

 

L

 

E

 

C

N

A

 

E-37

PROJECTING AN IMAGE Turning on the Projector

3. The Basic menu will be displayed in the language you have selected.

MENU

SELECT

E NTE

R

 

 

L

 

 

E

 

 

C

 

N

A

 

C

 

 

To close the menu, press the CANCEL button.

After this has been done, you can proceed to the advanced menu operation.

If you want, you can select the menu language later. See "Language" on page E-93.

NOTE: To turn the projector on by plugging in the power cable, first turn on the Main Power switch to ON and use the menu and enable the "Auto Start" feature. (See page E-99.)

Immediately after turning on the projector, screen flicker may occur. This is not a fault. Wait 3 to 5 minutes until the lamp lighting is stabilized.

When the Lamp mode is set to Eco, the Lamp indicator will light green.

If one of the following things happens, the projector will not turn on.

*If the internal temperature of the projector is too high, the projector detects abnormal high temperature. In this condition the projector will not turn on to protect the internal system. If this happens, wait for the projector's internal components to cool down.

*When the lamp reaches its end of usable life, the projector will not turn on. If this happens, replace the lamp.

*If the lamp fails to light, and if the STATUS indicator flashes on and off in a cycle of six times, wait a full minute and then turn on the power.

E-38

PROJECTING AN IMAGE

Selecting a Source

Selecting the computer or video source

Using the Remote Control

OFF

ON

POWER

 

VIDEO S-VIDEO RGB1

RGB2

AUTO ADJ.

LASER

Press any one of the RGB1,

RGB2, VIDEO, S-VIDEO or

VIEWER buttons.

ASPECT

FREEZE 3D REFORM

HELP

POINTER

VIEWER

VOLUME

MAGNIFY

SLIDE

PICTURE

 

FOLDER

PIC-MUTE

 

SLIDE

 

 

LIST

NOTE: If no input signal is available, the projector will display a blue background (factory preset).

Selecting from Source List

Source List

Press and quickly release the SOURCE button on the projector cabinet to display the Source list. Each time the SOURCE button is pressed, the input source will change as follows: "Video" (VCR, document camera, or laser disc player), S-Video", "RGB1" or "RGB2" (computer or DVD with component output) , "Viewer" (slides on a PC card), or "LAN" (wired or wireless signal aired from a PC).

To display the selected source, press the ENTER button.

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PROJECTING AN IMAGE Selecting a Source

Detecting the Signal Automatically

Press and hold the SOURCE button for a minimum of ONE second, the projector will search for the next available input source. Each time you press and hold the SOURCE button, the input source will change as follows:

→ RGB1 → RGB2 → Video → S-Video → Viewer

If no input signal is present, the input will be skipped. When the input source you wish to project is displayed, release the button.

Press the ENTER button.

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PROJECTING AN IMAGE

Adjusting the Picture Size and Position

Place your projector on a flat level surface and ensure that the projector is square to the screen.

Lift the front edge of the projector to center the image vertically.

Move the projector left to center the image horizontally on the screen.

Use the 3D REFORM feature for proper adjustment. See page E-44.

Geometric Correction Tool

If you use a special shaped screen such as a cylindrical or spherical screen, a downloadable program, Geometric Correction Tool is available. This program (Geometric Correction Tool) enables the geometrical distortion correction of an image when projected onto a special shaped screen with a NEC projector. Additionally, this program allows control of the projector via a computer.

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PROJECTING AN IMAGE Adjusting the Picture Size and Position

Adjust the Tilt Foot

q Lift the front edge of the projector.

Adjustable Tilt

 

Foot Lever

Adjustable Tilt Foot

 

wPush up the Adjustable Tilt Foot Lever on the front of the projector to extend the adjustable tilt foot (maximum height).

e Push down the Adjustable Tilt Foot Lever.

rLower the front of the projector to the desired height and release the Adjustable Tilt Foot Lever to lock the Adjustable tilt foot. There is approximately 7 degrees of up and down adjustment for the front of the projector.

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PROJECTING AN IMAGE Adjusting the Picture Size and Position

The rear foot height can be changed. Rotate the rear foot to the desired height, but the vertical distance from the bottom to the desk or floor should be 1" (25 mm) to make the projector horizontal on the flat surface.

Up

Down

Up

Down

*If the projected image does not appear square to the screen then use the 3D Reform feature for proper adjustment. See page E-44.

CAUTION:

Do not use the tilt-foot for purposes other than originally intended. Misuses such as gripping the tilt-foot or hanging on the wall can cause damage to the projector.

Zoom

Use the Zoom lever to fine adjust the image size on the screen

Focus

Use the Focus ring to obtain the best focus.

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PROJECTING AN IMAGE

Correcting the Horizontal and Vertical Keystone Distortion (3D Reform)

Use the 3D Reform feature to correct keystone (trapezoidal) distortion to make the top or bottom and the left or right side of the screen longer or shorter so that the projected image is rectangular.

You can also use a mouse to correct the Cornerstone distortion. To do so with your mouse, pick and left-click on one corner of the image you want to correct.

Do this for the remaining 3 corners. Right-click to display the confirmation screen.

1.Project an image so that the screen is smaller than the area of the raster.

2.Pick up any one of the corners and align the corner of the screen with the

one of the image.

Projected image

Screen

(The drawing shows the upper right corner.)

3. Press the 3D REFORM button on the remote control.

The CORNERSTONE adjustment screen is displayed.

NOTE: Press the 3D REFORM button to toggle between "Cornerstone" and "Keystone."

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