Marantz Model VP-10S1 User Manual

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Model VP-10S1 User Guide

DLPTM Projector

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WARRANTY

For warranty information, contact your local Marantz distributor.

RETAIN YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT

Your purchase receipt is your permanent record of a valuable purchase. It should be kept in a safe place to be referred to as necessary for insurance purposes or when corresponding with Marantz.

IMPORTANT

When seeking warranty service, it is the responsibility of the consumer to establish proof and date of purchase. Your purchase receipt or invoice is adequate for such proof.

FOR U.K. ONLY

This undertaking is in addition to a consumer’s statutory rights and does not affect those rights in any way.

FRANÇAIS

GARANTIE

Pour des informations sur la garantie, contacter le distributeur local Marantz.

CONSERVER L’ATTESTATION D’ACHAT

L’attestation d’achat est la preuve permanente d’un achat de valeur. La conserver en lieu sur pour s’y reporter aux fins d’obtention d’une couverture d’assurance ou dans le cadre de correspondances avec Marantz.

IMPORTANT

Pour l’obtention d’un service couvert par la garantie, il incombe au client d’établir la preuve de l’achat et d’en corroborer la date. Le reçu ou la facture constituent des preuves suffisantes.

DEUTSCH

GARANTIE

Bei Garantiefragen wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren Marantz-Händler.

HEBEN SIE IHRE QUITTING GUT AUF

Die Quittung dient Ihnen als bleibende Unterlage für Ihren wertvollen Einkauf Das Aufbewahren der Quittung ist wichtig, da die darin enthaltenen Angaben für Versicherungswecke oder bei Korrespondenz mit Marantz angeführt werden müssen.

WICHTIG!

Bei Garantiefragen muß der Kunde eine Kaufunterlage mit Kaufdatum vorlegen. Ihren Quittung oder Rechnung ist als Unterlage ausreichend.

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GARANZIA

L’apparecchio è coperto da una garanzia di buon funzionamento della durata di un anno, o del periodo previsto dalla legge, a partire dalla data di acquisto comprovata da un documento attestante il nominativo del Rivenditore e la data di vendita. La garanzia sarà prestata con la sostituzione o la riparazione gratuita delle parti difettose.

Non sono coperti da garanzia difetti derivanti da uso improprio, errata installazione, manutenzione effettuata da personale non autorizzato o, comunque, da circostanze che non possano riferirsi a difetti di funzionamento dell’apparecchio. Sono inoltre esclusi dalla garanzia gli interventi inerenti l’installazione e l’allacciamento agli impianti di alimentazione.

Gli apparecchi verranno riparati presso i nostri Centri di Assistenza Autorizzati. Le spese ed i rischi di trasporto sono a carico del cliente. La casa costruttrice declina ogni responsabilità per danni diretti o indiretti provocati dalla inosservanza delle prescrizioni di installazione, uso e manutenzione dettagliate nel presente manuale o per guasti dovuti ad uso continuato a fini professionali.

English

WARNINGS

Do not expose the equipment to rain or moisture.

Do not remove the cover from the equipment.

Do not insert anything into the equipment through the ventilation holes.

Do not handle the mains lead with wet hands.

Do not cover the ventilation with any items such as tablecloths, newspapers, curtains, etc.

No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the equipment.

When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public instruction’s rules that apply in your country or area.

Do not place anything about 1 meter above the top panel.

Make a space of about 0.2 meter around the unit.

Français

AVERTISSEMENTS

Ne pas exposer l’appareil à la pluie ni à l’humidité.

Ne pas essayer de retirer le boîtier de l’appareil.

Ne rien insérer dans l’appareil par les orifices de ventilation.

Ne pas manipuler le cordon d’alimentation avec les mains mouillées.

Ne pas recouvrir les ouïes de ventilation avec un objet quelconque comme une nappe, un journal, un rideau, etc.

Ne placer aucune source de flamme nue, comme une bougie allumée, sur l'appareil.

Pour mettre au rebut les piles usées, respecter les lois gouvernementales ou les règlements officiels concernant l’environnement qui s'appliquent à votre pays ou région.

Ne placer aucun objet à moins d'un mètre environ du panneau supérieur.

Veiller à ce qu’aucun objet ne soit à moins de 0,2 mètre des côtés de l'appareil.

Deutsch

WARNHINWEISE

Das Gerät nicht Regen oder Feuchtigkeit aussetzen.

Die Abdeckung nicht vom Gerät abnehmen.

Keine Gegenstände durch die Belüftungsschlitze stecken.

Das Netzkabel nicht mit feuchten oder nassen Händen anfassen.

Decken Sie die Lüftungsöffnungen nicht mit einem Tischtuch, einer Zeitung, einem Vorhang usw. ab.

Es dürfen keine Gegenstände mit offener Flamme, wie etwa brennende Kerzen, auf dem Gerät aufgestellt werden.

Beachten Sie bei der Entsorgung der verbrauchten Batterien alle geltenden lokalen und überregionalen Regelungen.

Darauf achten, daß über dem Gerät ein Freiraum von mindestens 1 meter vorhanden ist.

Auf allen Geräteseiten muß ein Zwischenraum von ungefähr 0,2 meter vorhanden sein.

Italiano

AVVERTENZE

Non esporre l’apparecchio alla pioggia o all’umidità.

Non rimuovere il coperchio dell’apparecchio.

Non introdurre oggetti all’interno dell’apparecchio attraverso i fori di ventilazione.

Non toccare il cavo di alimentazione con le mani bagnate.

Non coprire le fessure di ventilazione con tovaglie, giornali, tende od oggetti analoghi.

Non posare sull'apparecchio sorgenti di fiamme scoperte quali candele accese.

Smaltire le pile usate in conformità alle norme governative o disposizioni ambientali vigenti nel proprio paese o zona.

Non posare nulla per circa un metro sopra il pannello superiore.

Lasciare 0,2 metro liberi tutto intorno l'unità.

FOREWORD

This section must be read carefully before any connection is made to the mains supply.

EQUIPMENT MAINS WORKING SETTING

Your Marantz product has been prepared to comply with the household power and safety requirements that exist in your area.

VP-10S1 can be powered by 230V AC only.

COPYRIGHT

Recording and playback of some material may require permission. For further information refer to the following:

-Copyright Act 1956

-Dramatic and Musical Performers Act 1958

-Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972

-Any subsequent statutory enactments and orders

WARNINGS

When the projector is mounted on the ceiling, the Ceiling Mount Kit approved by MARANTZ must be used for installation.

Do not look into the lens when the projector is turned on. It could damage your eyesight.

Unplug the projector from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for a few days.

When the switch is in the OFF position, the apparatus is NOT disconnected from the AC supply mains.

The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.

Lamp Handling Precautions

DANGER

The P-VIP lamp is a high voltage glass mercury vapor lamp. The lamp can break or fail to light if handled wrongly during replacement or because of temperature in the room where the projector is being used or stored.

Lamp life also varies according to the lamp with some even breaking or burning out as soon as they are used the first time. If the lamp breaks, glass fragments may be scattered inside the lamp unit and projector, and mercury gas from the bulb may seep from the projector’s vent.

Before use, carefully read the User Guide of the projector and the Lamp Replacement Instructions. Remember to handle the lamp with care. In the event of serious trouble, call for Marantz authorized dealer.

Never look directly into the lamp with unprotected eyes while lit. The bright light can cause sore eyes and impair vision.

Never directly expose skin to the light of the lamp. Direct exposure can inflame the skin.

Do not drop, impact, subject to excessive force or otherwise damage the lamp.

Replacing the lamp runs the risk of burns and electric shock, therefore shut off power supply, unplug the AC power cable from its electrical outlet and wait at least 60 min for the lamp to cool down before attempting to replace it.

If the lamp breaks, unplug the AC power cable from its electrical outlet and call for Marantz authorized dealer to replace it. Do not replace the lamp yourself or clean up broken glass inside the projector as this can result in cuts as well as scratching inside the projector.

If the projector is hung from a ceiling or installed in a high place, it is extremely dangerous to replace the lamp. In this case, do not replace or service the lamp yourself.

CAUTION

The chance of the lamp breaking is high after extended use. It is recommended to replace the lamp when near the end of its designed life. Do not use a lamp beyond the maximum lighting time.

Use only Marantz original lamp units. Check the model code of the lamp unit matches that in this User Guide.

Before replacing the lamp, read carefully “Lamp Unit Replacement” in this User Guide. Replace the lamp as explained therein.

Entrust disposal of a used lamp to a licensed industrial waste handler or return it to the place of purchase. Do not break the lamp or discard with general waste.

If the lamp breaks, leave the area immediately and stay away for at least 30 min, and ventilate the room so as not to inhale the mercury vapor.

If you inhale the mercury vapor, see a physician immediately.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

PRECAUTIONS IN USE ............................................................................................................

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Precautions in Relocation......................................................................................................................

3

Precautions in Installation .....................................................................................................................

3

Precautions in Operation.......................................................................................................................

3

Lamp Replacement Precautions ...........................................................................................................

4

Lens Changes .......................................................................................................................................

4

FEATURES ................................................................................................................................

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ACCESSORIES .........................................................................................................................

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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS.....................................................................................

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Front and Top........................................................................................................................................

8

Rear and Terminals...............................................................................................................................

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Bottom ...................................................................................................................................................

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Remote Controller ...............................................................................................................................

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Remote Controller Operating Range...................................................................................................

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How to Load Batteries into the Remote Controller ..............................................................................

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INSTALLATION .......................................................................................................................

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How to Install.......................................................................................................................................

12

Screen Size and Projection Distance (16:9 Screen) ...........................................................................

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Screen Size and Projection Distance (4:3 Screen) .............................................................................

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CONNECTIONS.......................................................................................................................

15

Connecting the AC Power Cable.........................................................................................................

15

Connecting to Video Equipment..........................................................................................................

15

Connecting to an HD-Video, Satellite, Cable Tuner or PC..................................................................

16

Connecting to a Home Theater System ..............................................................................................

16

INITIAL SETTING ....................................................................................................................

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Activating the Power............................................................................................................................

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Focusing and Zooming........................................................................................................................

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Positioning the Projected Image..........................................................................................................

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Keystone Correction............................................................................................................................

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BASIC OPERATIONS .............................................................................................................

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Activating the Power............................................................................................................................

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Shutting Power OFF............................................................................................................................

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Selecting an Input signal .....................................................................................................................

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Selecting Aspect Mode........................................................................................................................

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When Using a 16:9 Screen .................................................................................................................

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When Using a 4:3 Screen ...................................................................................................................

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MENU OPERATIONS ..............................................................................................................

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Menu Structure....................................................................................................................................

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How to Operate Menus .......................................................................................................................

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Picture Adjust ......................................................................................................................................

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Fine Menu ...........................................................................................................................................

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Setting .................................................................................................................................................

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System ................................................................................................................................................

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Display.................................................................................................................................................

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Configuration .......................................................................................................................................

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Trigger 2 ..............................................................................................................................................

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Preset ..................................................................................................................................................

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MAINTENANCE.......................................................................................................................

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Lamp Life and Replacement ...............................................................................................................

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Lamp Unit Replacement......................................................................................................................

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Color Temperature Adjustment ...........................................................................................................

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Lens Cleaning .....................................................................................................................................

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Replacement Parts..............................................................................................................................

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Optional Accessories...........................................................................................................................

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SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................

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GLOSSARY .............................................................................................................................

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TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................................................................

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ERROR MODE.........................................................................................................................

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ON SCREEN MESSAGE .........................................................................................................

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DIMENSIONS...........................................................................................................................

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PRECAUTIONS IN USE

Hold the projector by the grooves in the bottom when relocating. Work in group of 4 or more to carry the projector.

Hold projector by this groove.

Ensure sufficient space around the projector when relocating the unit. Do not carry the projector through narrow places, up/down stairs or anywhere that poses danger.

Never drag or roll the projector when relocating the unit.

Unplug the AC power cable and disconnect any other cables from the projector before relocating the unit.

If the projector is hung from a ceiling or installed in a high place, do not detach and relocate the unit yourself. Contact your nearest Marantz Authorized Dealer or Service Center.

This projector is heavy. Use due caution not to drop it or strain your back when lifting the unit.

Precautions in Installation

If installing the projector on a flat surface, select a location that is level, stable and sturdy enough to support the projector’s weight.

Keep the projector 30 cm or more from walls and other equipment when installed. If locating in a rack or similar arrangement, ensure a clearance of 10 cm or more from the top surface of the equipment below it as well as a clearance of 30 cm or more from objects on all sides.

To hang the projector from a ceiling, contact the Marantz Authorized Dealer or Service Center. To ensure safe installation, the ceiling must be reinforced to support the projector’s weight. Do not install the projector yourself. Hanging the projector from the ceiling requires a separately solder hanger and pole.

Use a 100-120V/220-240V AC, 50/60 Hz, 5 A power supply to run the projector.

To maintain projector performance, do not install the projector in humid, dusty or smoky places.

Storage temperature

: - 20°C to +60°C

Altitude

: 0 to 1,500 m above sea level

+35˚C

+10˚C

If installed on a flat surface, keep objects off the projector.

If installed on a ceiling, do not hang from or hook anything on the projector.

Precautions in Operation

Never look directly into the lamp with unprotected eyes while lit.

Never directly expose skin to the light of the lamp.

When used in a dark room, the projected images (special images, flashing lights and images, flashing vivid reds, inverted images of strong contrast, sudden scene changes, etc.) may have harmful effects on viewers. Keep the room as bright as possible for viewing and watch from a suitable distance.

The vent, lamp cover and adjacent areas may get extremely hot during use. Do not touch these areas during use as it may result in burns.

Also, wait at least 60 min after shutting off the power for the projector to cool down.

If the cooling fan vent is blocked, a protective circuit trips and automatically shuts off the lamp. However, there is nothing wrong with the equipment. In such case, unplug the AC power cable from its electrical outlet and wait at least 10 min. Then, remove the obstruction from in front of the vent and plug the power cable back into its electrical outlet. The projector will resume normal operation.

This projector is not intended for business use. Marantz assumes no responsibility whatsoever for damages caused directly or indirectly during use for business purposes or by trouble that occurs during such use.

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Lamp Replacement Precautions

Replacing the lamp runs the risk of burns and electric shock, therefore shut off power supply, unplug the AC power cable from its electrical outlet and wait at least 60 min for the lamp to cool down before attempting to replace it.

If the lamp breaks, contact your nearest Marantz Authorized Dealer or Service Center.

 

VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN COMPONENTVIDEO IN 1

COMPONENTVIDEO IN 2

 

 

 

Y

PB/CB PR/CR

Y

PB/CB

PR/CR

 

 

 

 

 

 

REMOTE

 

TRIG. LIGHT

 

RGB IN

DVI-D IN

RS-232C

 

IN

1

 

 

 

 

 

INT. EXT.

 

OFF ON

CAUTION

CAUTION HOT

 

 

 

 

OUT

2

ATTENTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTENTION CHAUD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VORSICHT

WARNUNG HEISS

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAUTION

HIGH-PRESSURE LAMP MAY EXPLODE IF IMPROPERLY HANDLED. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

ATTENTION

LA LAMPE SOUS HAUTE PRESSION PEUT EXPLOSER SI ELLE, N'EST PAS MANIPULEE CORRECTEMENT,

CONFIER L'OPERATION A UN PERSONNEL D'ENTRETIEN QUALIFIE.

VORSICHT

BEI FALSCHER HANDHABUNG KANN DIE HOCHDRUCKLAMPE EXPLODIEREN UBERLASSEN SIE WARTUNGSARBEITEN NUR FACHPERSONAL.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAUTION HOT

 

 

 

UNPLUG THE POWER CORD AND WAIT 60

 

 

MINUTES BEFORE CHANGING THE LAMP.

 

 

ATTENTION CHAUD

 

 

DEBRANCER LE CORD ON D'ALIMENTION ET

 

 

ATENDER 60 MINUTES AVANT DE CHANGER

 

 

LAMPE.

 

 

WARNUNG HEISS

 

 

ZIEHEN SIE DEN NETZSTECKER AB UND

 

 

WARTEN SIE 60 MINUTEN BEVOR SIE DIE

 

 

GLUHLAMPE WECHSELN.

 

 

Before replacing the lamp, read carefully “Lamp Handling

Precautions” ( pg. 1) and “Lamp Unit Replacement” ( pg. 36). Replace the lamp as explained therein.

Lens Changes

• The lens of this projector can be changed as liked. (LN- 10VP32/LN-10VP40/LN-10VP53) With the right lens, you can set the projection distance and screen size according to the environment of use.

Lens

Projection distance of 100 inch image

LN10VP32

Approx. 3.19 to 3.98 m

LN10VP40

Approx. 3.98 to 5.31 m

LN10VP53

Approx. 5.31 to 7.97 m

* The above projections distances are given for a screen with an aspect ratio of 16:9. For screen sizes and projection distances by lens, see pg. 13-14.

• To change the lens, contact your nearest Marantz Authorized Dealer or Service Center.

Do not change the lens yourself.

• The lenses used with this projector are as follows.

Projector

Lens

(Found on rear panel nameplate)

 

 

 

VP10S1L32/N1M

LN10VP32

VP10S1L40/N1M

LN10VP40

VP10S1L53/N1M

LN10VP53

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Note: Pixel defects

DMDTM (Digital Micromirror DeviceTM) is one of the most advanced technologies for consumer products. The DMDTM made by high precision technology, however some pixel defects may be found on the projected image. We are trying our best to control the quality in order to reduce the number of defective pixels. It is almost impossible to have zero pixel defects, even using the most advanced technology. This is not a problem only for Marantz, but all DLPTM projector manufactures. Therefore we have to note that the warranty does not cover the DMDTM for pixel defects. We appreciate your understandings.

Note: Lamp

P-VIP lamp is one of the most advanced technologies for consumer products. The lamp made by high precision technology, however some lamps might be failing before it reaches its life. And projector’s brightness is getting darker along with accumulated lamp usage hours. We are trying our best to control the quality in order to reduce lamp failures. It is almost impossible to have zero failure, even using the most advanced technology. This is not a problem only for Marantz, but all projector manufactures. Therefore we have to note that the warranty does not cover the P-VIP lamp for lamp failures: explosion, and non-lighting except initial use. And also we have to note that the warranty does not cover the P-VIP lamp for lamp failures: flickering, and getting darker along with accumulated lamp usage hours. We appreciate your understandings.

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FEATURES

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as they like

12 user memory for saving adjusted images

Color temperature setting (5250K, 5800K, 6500K, 7500K, 9300K)

Black level adjustment (0 IRE, 7.5 IRE/ EXPAND, NORMAL [For DVI-D input])

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ACCESSORIES

 

 

• Lens cap x 1

• Attachment for Color temperature sensor x 1

• Remote controller x 1

 

 

AC power cable x 1

STANDBY

 

POWER ON

 

 

PATTERN

 

 

 

PATT.

 

 

MENU

 

V-MUTE

 

 

ENTER

 

 

INPUT

 

ASPECT

 

INPUT1

MODE

ASPECT

 

COMP.1

THEATER

FULL

 

COMP.2

STD

NORMAL

 

S-VIDEO

DYNA.

ZOOM

 

VIDEO

USER

THROUGH

Control adapter cable (RCA miniature jack) x 1

 

 

RGB

CINEMA

INFO

 

AUX

LIGHT

REMOTE CONTROLLER

RC-12VPS3

• AA batteries x 2

• Scart - RCA plug Cable x 1

• Color temperature sensor x 1

• User Guide x 1

• Ferrite Cores x 2

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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS

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Projection

Lens

IR sensor

IR sensor

Enters items selected on menus and settings.

y Cursor buttons

Press the cursor buttons (3[UP], 4[DOWN], 1[LEFT], 2[RIGHT]) to select menu items.

u POWER ON indicator

Lights up blue when power is on. When power is shut off, the lamp flashes for about 1 min before going out.

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Rear and Terminals

Terminals

1

2

 

3

 

 

4

VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN COMPONENTVIDEO IN 1

COMPONENTVIDEO IN 2

 

 

Y

PB/CB PR/CR

Y

PB/CB

PR/CR

 

 

 

 

 

REMOTE

 

TRIG. LIGHT

RGB IN

DVI-D IN

RS-232C

 

IN

1

 

 

 

 

INT. EXT.

 

OFF ON

 

 

 

 

 

OUT

2

11

 

10

 

9

 

8

 

7

 

6

 

5

Lamp cover

Terminals

z VIDEO IN jack

Connect to the video (composite) output of a video device.

x S-VIDEO IN jack

Connect to the S-video output of a video device.

c COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1 & 2 jacks

Jacks 1 and 2 have each Y, PB /CB and PR /CR jacks.

Connect to the component video output of a video device, AV amp/processor, DVD player, etc.

v TRIG. 1 (TRIGGER 1) jack

Use to control an external unit from this projector by interlocking the external unit to power ON/OFF (standby) on this projector. The TRIG. 1 jack outputs 0 V when the projector is on standby and 12 V when POWER button is in the on position.

Note:

IR sensor

10

10

Lamp cover

11

securing screw

12

, REMOTE switch (INT. / EXT.)

Set to “EXT.” to control this projector from another connected Marantz product, whereas set to “INT.” to control this projector and other connected products from this projector.

. RS-232C port

This is the control terminal for custom installers.

⁄0DVI-D IN jack

Connect to the RGB digital output of a video device or PC. Note: When using the DVI-D IN jack, operate the projector

as explained in the precautions on pg. 16.

⁄1RGB IN jack

Connect to the RGB output of a video device or PC.

Bottom

To connect with external devices, use an ordinal 35mm miniplug (mono) cable with attaching the supplied ferrite core.

b LIGHT ON/OFF switch

Switches the terminal lamps on/off.

n TRIG. 2 (TRIGGER 2) jack

The TRIG. 2 jack outputs 12 V in each aspect ratio mode (Full, Normal, Zoom or Through). For setting instructions, see “Trigger 2” ( pg. 33).

Notes:

Do not use the TRIG. 1 or 2 jack for power supply.

To connect with external devices, use an ordinal 35mm miniplug (mono) cable with attaching the supplied ferrite core.

m REMOTE IN / OUT jacks

Use to control this projector when combined with Marantz products into a system. Connect the REMOTE CONTROL OUT of the other Marantz product to the REMOTE CONTROL IN of this projector and the REMOTE CONTROL IN of this other Marantz product to the REMOTE CONTROL OUT of this projector.

Note:

Use the included bus control adapter cable to connect this projector to other Marantz products.

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!3Screw holes for ceiling mount kit

Use to hang the projector from a ceiling. To hang the projector from a ceiling, contact your nearest Marantz Authorized Dealer or Service Center.

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Remote Controller

a

STANDBY

 

POWER ON

¡2

 

PATTERN

 

 

 

 

 

 

PATT.

 

¡3

 

 

 

 

s

MENU

 

V-MUTE

¡4

d

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENTER

 

 

f

INPUT

 

ASPECT

¡5

 

INPUT

MODE

ASPECT

 

g

COMP.1

THEATER

FULL

¡6

 

 

 

h

COMP.2

STD

NORMAL

¡7

 

 

 

j

S-VIDEO

DYNA.

ZOOM

¡8

 

 

 

k

VIDEO

USER

THROUGH

¡9

 

 

 

l

RGB

CINEMA

INFO

™0

 

 

 

¡0

AUX

 

 

™1

 

 

 

™2

¡1

LIGHT

 

 

 

 

 

 

REMOTE CONTROLLER

™3

 

 

RC-12VPS3

™4

 

 

™5

a STANDBY button ( pg. 20)

Sets the projector on standby provided power to the projector is on.

s MENU button ( pg. 25)

Displays the on-screen menu (*OSD).

* OSD: Acronym for On Screen Display. With this projector, OSD entails menus for making adjustments and settings.

d 3 / 4 / 1 / 2 / ENTER button

Press the cursor buttons (3[UP], 4[DOWN], 1[LEFT], 2[RIGHT]) to select menu items. Press the button at its center to enter the selected item.

f INPUT button ( pg. 21)

Selects the Input signal.

Pressing the button one time displays the currently selected Input signal. Every time the button is pressed after that, the Input signal rotates in the order of COMPONENT 1 COMPONENT 2 S-VIDEO VIDEO RGB AUX.

gCOMP. 1 (Component video in 1) button ( pg. 21)

Selects the device connected to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1 jack as the Input signal.

hCOMP. 2 (Component video in 2) button ( pg. 21)

Selects the device connected to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN 2 jack as the Input signal.

j S-VIDEO button ( pg. 21)

Selects the device connected to the S-VIDEO IN jack as the Input signal.

k VIDEO button ( pg. 21)

Selects the device connected to the VIDEO IN jack as the Input signal.

l RGB button ( pg. 21)

Selects the device connected to the RGB IN jack as the Input signal.

¡0AUX button ( pg. 21)

Selects the device connected to the DVI-D IN jack as the Input signal.

¡1LIGHT button

Lights up backlit buttons (POWER ON, STANDBY, MENU, V- MUTE, INPUT, ASPECT, PATTERN) for about 7 sec.

¡2POWER ON button ( pg. 17)

Turns on power to the projector.

¡3PATT. (Pattern) button ( pg. 17)

Projects a focus pattern on the screen. The focus and zoom can then be set using the cursor buttons.

¡4V-MUTE button

Blacks out the projected image. Pressing the button again returns the image.

¡5ASPECT (Aspect select) button ( pg. 21)

Selects the aspect ratio.

Pressing the button one time displays the currently selected aspect ratio. Every time the button is pressed after that, the aspect ratio mode rotates in the order of Full Normal ZoomThrough.

¡6FULL button ( pg. 21)

Selects the full mode as the aspect ratio.

¡7NORMAL button ( pg. 21)

Selects the normal mode as the aspect ratio.

¡8ZOOM button ( pg. 21)

Selects the zoom mode as the aspect ratio.

¡9THROUGH button ( pg. 21)

Selects the through mode as the aspect ratio.

™0INFO. button ( pg. 35)

Displays information on settings. Pressing the button again disappears the information display.

™1THEATER button ( pg. 25)

Selects the theater mode.

The theater mode is for enjoying movie software because of its high fidelity reproduction of black. Every time the button is pressed, the selection rotates in the order of Theater 1 Theater 2 Theater 3 Default.

™2STD button ( pg. 25)

Selects the standard mode.

The standard mode is for enjoying normal image software. Every time the button is pressed, the selection rotates in the order of Standard 1 Standard 2 Standard 3 Default.

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™3CINEMA button

Pressing the button one time displays the currently selected cinema mode. Pressing the button after that switches the 2-3 pull-down feature between Auto/Off.

™4USER button ( pg. 25)

Selects the user mode.

The user mode is for enjoying images at a user-selected gamma curve.

Every time the button is pressed, the selection rotates in the order of User 1 User 2 User 3.

™5DYNA. button ( pg. 25)

Selects the dynamic mode.

The dynamic mode is for enjoying visually dynamic images. Every time the button is pressed, the selection rotates in the order of Dynamic 1 Dynamic 2 Dynamic 3 Default.

Remote Controller Operating Range

Use the remote controller within 5 m of the projector. The projector may not respond to the remote controller if the remote controller is pointed in a different direction from the projector, if there are objects between the remote controller and projector or if strong light shines on the projector’s IR sensor.

 

 

Remote

 

 

 

Controller

 

 

 

5m

 

 

 

60

Remote

 

 

 

Remote

 

 

Controller

Controller

60

60

5m

5m

 

 

 

 

VP-10S1

 

Remote

 

 

Remote

Controller

 

 

Controller

5m

60

60

5m

 

 

VP-10S1

 

Remote

Controller

5m

60

VP-10S1

How to Load Batteries into the Remote Controller

1. Detach the battery case cover from the back of the remote

 

controller.

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Battery case cover

 

2. Insert two AA batteries with their +/– poles matching the indications inside the battery compartment.

AA batteries

3.Reattach the battery case cover as before.

Battery case cover

CAUTION

The available battery types are limited: manganese dry cell and alkaline dry cell.

Do not mix different battery types.

Do not mix old and new batteries.

Only batteries of the same type are to be used.

Remove exhausted batteries from the Remote Controller.

Do not attempt to recharge non-rechargeable batteries.

Do not use rechargeable batteries.

Batteries are to be inserted with the correct polarity.

The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.

Never throw batteries in a fire or attempt to open up its outer casing.

If the user does not intend to use the Remote Controller for a long time, remove the batteries.

Keep away from heat.

Do not be subjected to strong shock.

Do not be subjected to moisture. If the unit gets moistured, wipe it off immediately.

The Remote Controller operation may not function if the projector’s IR sensors are exposed to direct sun light or strong artificial light, or if there is an obstacle between the IR sensors and the Remote Controller.

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INSTALLATION

Note :

Before installing the projector, carefully read “Precautions in Use” ( pg. 3) in this User Guide.

Specialized skill is required to hang this projector from a ceiling. For safety reasons, do not install the projector yourself. Contact your nearest Marantz Authorized Dealer or Service Center. Hanging the projector from the ceiling requires a separately solder hanger and pole.

Do not look through the lens with power to the projector on. Exposure to the lamp can harm eyes.

When installing on a flat surface

Screen

Screen upper end

size (vertical)

 

Screen

installed

 

Height range as

Screen lower end

Projection distance

When mounting on a ceiling

Screen

Screen upper end

(vertical)sizeScreen

Height range as

 

 

installed

Screen lower end

Projection distance

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Screen Size and Projection Distance (16:9 Screen)

The projection distance for projecting a 16:9 image on a 16:9 screen is shown below.

 

Image width

Screen

Imageheight

Diagonal

 

 

Diagonal

 

: Projected image = Screen size

Projection distance

 

 

16:9 Screen

 

 

Throw distance (m)

 

 

 

Screen size

Image width

Image hight

LN10VP32

LN10VP40

LN10VP53

(inch)

(m)

(m)

(m)

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

60

1.52

1.33

0.75

 

2.39

 

3.19

 

4.78

70

1.78

1.55

0.87

2.23

2.79

2.79

3.72

3.72

5.58

72

1.83

1.59

0.90

2.30

2.87

2.87

3.83

3.83

5.74

80

2.03

1.77

1.00

2.55

3.19

3.19

4.25

4.25

6.38

82

2.08

1.82

1.02

2.61

3.27

3.27

4.36

4.36

6.54

84

2.13

1.86

1.05

2.68

3.35

3.35

4.46

4.46

6.69

90

2.29

1.99

1.12

2.87

3.59

3.59

4.78

4.78

7.17

92

2.34

2.04

1.15

2.93

3.67

3.67

4.89

4.89

7.33

100

2.54

2.21

1.25

3.19

3.98

3.98

5.31

5.31

7.97

106

2.69

2.35

1.32

3.38

4.22

4.22

5.63

5.63

8.45

110

2.79

2.44

1.37

3.51

4.38

4.38

5.84

5.84

8.77

120

3.05

2.66

1.49

3.83

4.78

4.78

6.38

6.38

9.56

123

3.12

2.72

1.53

3.92

4.90

4.90

6.54

6.54

9.80

133

3.38

2.94

1.66

4.24

5.30

5.30

7.07

7.07

10.60

135

3.43

2.99

1.68

4.30

5.38

5.38

7.17

7.17

10.76

150

3.81

3.32

1.87

4.78

5.98

5.98

7.97

7.97

11.95

170

4.32

3.76

2.12

5.42

6.77

6.77

9.03

9.03

13.55

200

5.08

4.43

2.49

6.38

7.97

7.97

10.63

10.63

15.94

250

6.35

5.53

3.11

7.97

9.96

9.96

13.28

13.28

19.92

300

7.62

6.64

3.74

9.56

 

11.95

 

15.94

23.91

Note : When installing the projector, allow for ±5% tolerance in the above projection distances.

How to calculate projection distance

• When using the LN10VP32 lens

Min. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 3.188/100 Max. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 3.985/100

• When using the LN10VP40 lens

Min. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 3.985/100 Max. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 5.313/100

• When using the LN10VP53 lens

Min. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 5.313/100 Max. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 7.970/100

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Screen Size and Projection Distance (4:3 Screen)

 

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The projection distance for projecting a 16:9 image on a 4:3 screen is shown below.

 

 

Image width

 

 

 

Diagonal

 

 

Screen

Diagonal

 

 

: Projected image

 

Projection distance

: Screen size

 

 

Image height

 

4:3 Screen

 

 

Throw distance (m)

 

 

 

Screen size

Image width

Image hight

LN10VP32

LN10VP40

LN10VP53

(inch)

(m)

(m)

(m)

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

60

1.52

1.22

0.69

 

 

 

2.93

 

4.39

70

1.78

1.42

0.80

 

2.56

 

3.41

 

5.12

72

1.83

1.46

0.82

 

2.63

 

3.51

 

5.27

80

2.03

1.63

0.91

2.34

2.93

2.93

3.90

3.90

5.85

82

2.08

1.67

0.94

2.40

3.00

3.00

4.00

4.00

6.00

84

2.13

1.71

0.96

2.46

3.07

3.07

4.10

4.10

6.14

90

2.29

1.83

1.03

2.63

3.29

3.29

4.39

4.39

6.58

92

2.34

1.87

1.05

2.69

3.36

3.36

4.49

4.49

6.73

100

2.54

2.03

1.14

2.93

3.66

3.66

4.88

4.88

7.32

106

2.69

2.15

1.21

3.10

3.88

3.88

5.17

5.17

7.75

110

2.79

2.24

1.26

3.22

4.02

4.02

5.36

5.36

8.05

120

3.05

2.44

1.37

3.51

4.39

4.39

5.85

5.85

8.78

123

3.12

2.50

1.41

3.60

4.50

4.50

6.00

6.00

9.00

133

3.38

2.70

1.52

3.89

4.86

4.86

6.49

6.49

9.73

135

3.43

2.74

1.54

3.95

4.94

4.94

6.58

6.58

9.88

150

3.81

3.05

1.71

4.39

5.49

5.49

7.32

7.32

10.97

170

4.32

3.45

1.94

4.97

6.22

6.22

8.29

8.29

12.44

200

5.08

4.06

2.29

5.85

7.32

7.32

9.75

9.75

14.63

250

6.35

5.08

2.86

7.32

9.14

9.14

12.19

12.19

18.29

300

7.62

6.10

3.43

8.78

10.97

10.97

14.63

14.63

21.95

Note : When installing the projector, allow for ±5% tolerance in the above projection distances.

How to calculate projection distance

• When using the LN10VP32 lens

Min. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 2.927/100 Max. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 3.658/100

• When using the LN10VP40 lens

Min. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 3.658/100 Max. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 4.877/100

• When using the LN10VP53 lens

Min. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 4.877/100 Max. projection distance (m) = Diagonal (inch) x 7.315/100

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CONNECTIONS

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Connect the included AC power cable to the AC IN socket on the projector rear and plug the other end into an electrical outlet (100-120/220-240V AC, 50/60 Hz, 5 A or more).

Keep the ON/OFF switch in the off position until all devices have been connected.

Note :

Check the AC power cable is securely inserted into the AC IN socket on the projector rear.

Before connecting the AC power cable, attach a grounding wire to the plug end. Before detaching the grounding wire, always unplug the AC power cable from its electrical outlet.

Connecting to Video Equipment

This projector can connect to VCR, DVD player and other type of video equipment.

Connecting a video equipment to the S-VIDEO IN and VIDEO IN jacks

1.Connect one end of an S-video cable to the S-VIDEO IN jack on the projector rear. Similarly, connect one end of a video cable to the VIDEO IN jack on the projector rear.

2.Connect the other end of the S-video cable to the S-video output jack on the VCR. Similarly, connect the other end of the video cable to the video output jack on the VCR.

Connecting a DVD player to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1 or 2 jack (Devices can be connected to both terminals at the same time.)

1.Connect the pin-jacks on one end of the component video cable to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1 or 2 jack on the projector rear.

2.Connect the pin-jacks on the other end of the cable to the corresponding jacks on the DVD player.

VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN COMPONENTVIDEO IN 1

COMPONENTVIDEO IN 2

Y

PB/CB PR/CR

Y

PB/CB

PR/CR

 

 

REMOTE

TRIG.

LIGHT

RGB IN

DVI-D IN

RS-232C

IN

1

 

 

 

INT.

EXT.

 

OFF ON

 

 

 

OUT

2

 

Component cable

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

 

(commercially available)

DVD

 

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

Component cable

 

(commercially available)

DVD

S-VIDEO OUT

S-video cable (commercially available)

VIDEO OUT

Video cable (commercially available)

VCR

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Connecting to an HD-Video, Satellite, Cable Tuner or PC

You can connect this projector to an HD-Video or PC using the RGB IN jack as well as to a satellite, cable tuner or PC using the DVI-D input jack.

1.Connect one end of an RGB cable (or DVI-D cable) to the RGB IN jack (or DVI-D IN jack) on the projector rear.

2.Connect the other end of the cable to the RGB output jack of the HD-Video or PC (or the DVI-D output jack of the satellite, cable tuner or PC).

Note : To project images from a device connected to the DVI-D jack, do as follows. The images can be distorted if you do not follow the procedure. For details on DVI-D jack of the connected device, see the instruction manual of that device.

1.Turn on power to the projector. ( pg. 17)

2.Set the Input signal of the projector to AUX (DVI-D IN). ( pg. 21)

3.Turn on power to the device (i.e. DVD player) connected to the projector’s DVI-D jack.

RGB (D-Sub monitor) cable (commercially available)

VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN COMPONENTVIDEO IN 1

COMPONENTVIDEO IN 2

 

 

Y

PB/CB PR/CR

Y

PB/CB

PR/CR

 

 

 

 

 

REMOTE

 

TRIG. LIGHT

RGB IN

DVI-D IN

RS-232C

INT. EXT.

IN

1

 

 

 

 

 

OFF ON

 

 

 

 

 

OUT

2

DVI-D cable (commercially available)

RGB OUT or

DVI-D out

HD-Video / Satellite

/ Cable Tuner

Monitor output

RGB OUT or

DVI-D out

IBM VGA or

Compatible PC

Connecting to a Home Theater System

You can control an entire home theater system using a PC and Marantz receiver equipment.

To install the below system, contact your nearest Marantz Authorized Dealer or Service Center.

VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN COMPONENTVIDEO IN 1

COMPONENTVIDEO IN 2

 

 

 

Y

PB/CB PR/CR

Y

PB/CB

PR/CR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Screen

 

 

 

 

REMOTE

 

TRIG.

LIGHT

RGB IN

DVI-D IN

RS-232C

INT. EXT.

IN

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OFF ON

 

 

 

 

 

OUT

2

 

RS-232C cable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(straight type,

 

 

 

 

 

 

commercially available)

 

 

 

 

 

 

RS-232C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.5mm Mini Plug (Mono)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(commercially available)

 

 

 

 

Control Adapter cable

 

 

 

 

(commercially available)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REMOTE CONTROL IN

External Controller

 

 

 

 

 

REMOTE CONTROL OUT

 

 

Control Adapter cable

 

Receiver equipment

 

 

 

(supplied)

 

 

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INITIAL SETTING

 

1.

Connect the included AC power cable. ( pg. 15)

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2.

Set the ON/OFF switch on the projector rear in the on position. The STANDBY indicator on the projector will light up.

 

3.Press the POWER ON button on the remote controller or the POWER button on the projector. The POWER ON indicator on the projector will light up.

ON

POWER

 

STANDBY

 

MENU

INPUT

 

PATTERN

ENTER

STANDBY

POWER ON

PATTERN

PATT.

MENU V-MUTE

ENTER

Focusing and Zooming

You can adjust the focus and projected image size using the focus pattern.

1.Press the PATTERN button to project the focus pattern on the screen.

ON

POWER STANDBY

STANDBY

POWER ON

PATTERN

PATT.

MENU V-MUTE

MENU

PATTERN

ENTER

ENTER

2.To focus the pattern, press the 1 / 2 buttons on the remote controller or projector. Tapping the buttons fine-adjusts the focus. Holding the buttons down quickly changes the focus. Adjust the focus so that the focus pattern appears its sharpest, as shown below.

3.To adjust the size of the projected image, press the 3 / 4 buttons on the remote controller or projector. Tapping the buttons fine-adjusts the size. Holding the buttons down quickly changes the size.

4.Press the PATTERN button again to cancel the focus pattern. This completes focusing and zooming.

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Positioning the Projected Image

You can position the projected image on the screen using the “Lens shift” feature in the menu (OSD). (For an explanation of this feature, see “Configuration” pg. 32.)

First, project an image on the screen. (If you haven’t an Input signal, display the focus pattern.)

ON

1

 

2, 3, 4, 5

POWER

 

STANDBY

 

MENU

INPUT

 

 

PATTERN

 

ENTER

PATT.

1

MENU V-MUTE

2, 3,

4, 5

ENTER

INPUT ASPECT

1.Press the MENU button on the remote controller or projector to display the menu.

2.Select “Config” using the 3 / 4 buttons, then press the 2 button.

3.Select “Lens shift” using the 3 / 4 buttons, then press the 2 button. (If you haven’t an Input signal at this point, display the focus pattern.)

4.Position the projected image vertically on the screen using the 3 / 4 buttons on the remote controller or projector.

Upward

Downward

Side view

 

 

5.Position the projected image horizontally on the screen using the 1 / 2 buttons on the remote controller or projector.

To right

Top view

To left

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Keystone Correction

If the projected image appears trapezoidal in shape, you can correct it using the “Keystone V” and “Keystone H” features in the menu (OSD). (For an explanation of this feature, see “Display” pg. 31.)

ON

1

 

2, 3, 4

POWER

 

STANDBY

 

MENU

INPUT

 

 

PATTERN

 

ENTER

PATT.

1

MENU V-MUTE

2, 3, 4

ENTER

INPUT ASPECT

1.Press the MENU button on the remote controller or projector to display the menu.

2.Select “Display” using the 3 / 4 buttons, then press the 2 button.

3.Select “Keystone V” or “Keystone H” using the 3 / 4 buttons, then press the 2 button.

4.Correct in the vertical or horizontal distortion using the 1 / 2 buttons on the remote controller or projector.

- Vertical keystone correction -

- Horizontal keystone correction -

Note : Horizontal keystone is best corrected when the projector is installed on a flat surface and the image is shifted to the maximum height using the “Lens shift” feature in the menu.

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BASIC OPERATIONS

1.Connect the included AC power cable. ( pg. 15)

2.Set the ON/OFF switch in the on position. The STANDBY indicator will light up.

3.Press the POWER ON button on the remote controller or the POWER button on the projector. The POWER ON indicator on the projector will light up.

 

 

STANDBY

POWER ON

 

 

 

PATTERN

 

 

 

PATT.

ON

POWER

MENU

V-MUTE

 

STANDBY

 

MENU

INPUT

 

 

 

PATTERN

 

 

 

ENTER

 

 

 

 

ENTER

Shutting Power OFF

1.Press the STANDBY button on the remote controller or the POWER button on the projector.

 

 

STANDBY

POWER ON

 

 

 

PATTERN

 

 

 

PATT.

ON

POWER

MENU

V-MUTE

 

STANDBY MENU

 

 

INPUT

 

 

 

PATTERN

 

 

 

ENTER

 

 

 

 

ENTER

2.The fan will continue running for about 1 min to internally cool the projector. In the meantime, the POWER ON indicator on the projector will flash blue and the buttons on the projector and the remote controller will be irresponsive to touch. After the fan stops, the POWER ON indicator stops flashing and the STANDBY indicator lights up to indicate that the projector is on standby.

3.Set the ON/OFF switch in the off position. The STANDBY indicator will go out.

Note :

Until the projector goes on standby, the cooling fan turns to internally cool the project. Do not unplug the AC power cable until you set the ON/OFF switch in the off position in the above procedure. Shutting off power prematurely can damage the projector.

While the projector is on standby, power is not completely off. If not planning to use the projector for a long period of time, set the ON/OFF switch in the off position and unplug the AC power cable from its electrical outlet.

If the WARNING indicator lights up or flashes red, check the fan has stopped, set the ON/OFF switch in the off position and unplug the AC power cable from its electrical outlet.

Immediately after shutting off the power, power cannot be reactivated from either the POWER button on the projector or the POWER ON button on the remote controller. Check the projector is on standby and then press the POWER button on the projector or the POWER ON button on the remote controller.

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Selecting an Input signal

You can select the Input signal from amongst the devices connected to the projector.

Every time the INPUT button on the projector or the remote controller is pressed, the Input signal rotates in the order of COMPONENT 1 COMPONENT 2 S-VIDEO VIDEO RGB AUX. The Input signal can also be switched to a specific source by pressing the COMP.1, COMP.2, S-VIDEO, VIDEO, RGB or AUX button.

ON

POWER STANDBY

INPUT

PATTERN

ENTER

INPUT

 

ASPECT

INPUT1

 

ASPECT

COMP.1

 

FULL

 

 

Select an Input signal.

COMP.2

STD

NORMAL

S-VIDEO

DYNA.

ZOOM

VIDEO

USER

THROUGH

RGB

CINEMA

INFO

AUX

Selecting Aspect Mode

You can set the aspect ratio of the projected image to any of four modes, using the remote controller.

Every time the ASPECT button on the remote controller is pressed, the aspect mode rotates in the order of Full Normal ZoomThrough. The aspect ratio can also be switched to a specific mode by pressing the FULL, NORMAL, ZOOM or THROUGH button. And the aspect mode can also be selected from the menu. ( pg. 29)

INPUT

 

ASPECT

INPUT1

MODE

ASPECT

COMP.1

THEATER

FULL

 

 

Select an aspect mode.

COMP.2

STD

NORMAL

S-VIDEO

DYNA.

ZOOM

VIDEO

USER

THROUGH

RGB

CINEMA

INFO

To set the aspect mode for your screen, see the next page.

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When Using a 16:9 Screen

To project a video source of a 4:3 aspect ratio, use either the Full, Normal or Zoom mode.

To project a video source of a 16:9 aspect ratio such as 1080i, 1035i or 720p, use the Full mode.

To project squeezed video sources, use the Full mode.

See “Setting” ( pg. 29).

Original image

 

16:9 Video Source

 

 

4:3 Video Source

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full mode

A wide image of a 16:9 aspect ratio is projected in the proper

A 4:3 image appears horizontally elongated when projected.

vertical-to-horizontal proportions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Normal mode

A 4:3 image is projected in the proper vertical-to-horizontal

 

 

proportions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zoom mode

The image is enlarged to the maximum height and width of

 

 

the screen, regardless of the aspect ratio of the 4:3 image.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Through mode

The image is displayed at the same resolution as an RGB/Video signal of 720 or less scanning lines.

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When Using a 4:3 Screen

To project a video source of a 4:3 aspect ratio, use either the Full, Normal or Zoom mode.

To project a video source of a 16:9 aspect ratio such as 1080i, 1035i or 720p, use the Full mode.

To project squeezed video sources, use the Full mode.

See “Setting” ( pg. 29).

Original image

 

16:9 Video Source

 

 

4:3 Video Source

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full mode

A wide image of a 16:9 aspect ratio is projected in the proper

A 4:3 image appears horizontally elongated when projected.

vertical-to-horizontal proportions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Normal mode

A 4:3 image is projected in the proper vertical-to-horizontal proportions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zoom mode

The image is enlarged to the maximum height and width of

 

 

the screen, regardless of the aspect ratio of the 4:3 image.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Through mode

The image is displayed at the same resolution as an RGB/Video signal of 720 or less scanning lines.

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MENU OPERATIONS

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During DVI input, “NORMAL” or “EXPAND” is shown.

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How to Operate Menus

This projector uses menus to make setting and adjustment easy.

1.Press the MENU button. The MENU screen will appear on the screen.

Menu

 

Standard 1

Picture Adjust

Contrast

50

Setting

Brightness

44

System

Color

58

Display

Sharpness

7

Config

Tint

0

Trigger 2

Noise Reduction

0

Preset

Color Temp.

3

 

Fine Menu

 

Main menu

 

Setting or adjustment level

Menu item

2.Use the 3 and 4 buttons to select a main menu (Picture Adjust, Setting, System, Display, Config, Trigger 2, Preset) and press the 2 button.

3.Use the 3 and 4 buttons to select a menu item and press the 2 button.

4.Use the 3, 4, 1 and 2 buttons to make the setting or adjustment of the selected item.

The current setting or adjustment level of all items is displayed along the right side of each the menu item.

5.Press the MENU button again to close the menu. The MENU screen will go out.

ON

1, 5

 

2, 3, 4

POWER

 

STANDBY

 

MENU

INPUT

 

 

PATTERN

 

ENTER

PATT.

1, 5

MENU V-MUTE

2, 3, 4

ENTER

INPUT ASPECT

Picture Mode and Memory

This projector offers 4 pictures modes: Theater, Standard, Dynamic and User. Select them by pressing the THEATER, STD, DYNA. and USER buttons on the remote controller. Moreover, each of these picture modes has 3 indexes for saving picture quality adjustments.

Picture mode

Index

Theater

1, 2, 3, Default

Standard

1, 2, 3, Default

Dynamic

1, 2, 3, Default

User

1, 2, 3

As suggested by the above table, adjust picture quality to your liking and save the adjustments in indexes 1, 2 and 3. See “Preset” ( pg. 34)

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Picture Adjust

You can adjust picture quality to your liking in each of the picture modes and save those adjustments in memory. This projector makes 3 memory indexes (1, 2 and 3) available for each picture mode.

For a video signal input, the following adjustments can be made.

 

 

 

Menu item

Adjustment range

 

 

 

Contrast

0

 

 

 

 

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weak

 

 

 

 

Strong

Menu

 

Standard 1

Brightness

0

 

 

 

100

 

 

 

 

Picture Adjust

Contrast

50

 

Dark

 

 

 

 

Bright

Setting

Brightness

44

 

 

 

 

 

System

Color

58

Color

0

 

 

 

100

 

 

 

Display

Sharpness

7

 

Light

 

 

 

 

Deep

Config

Tint

0

Sharpness

0

 

 

31

0

 

 

Trigger 2

Noise Reduction

 

Soft

 

 

 

 

Sharp

Preset

Color Temp.

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fine Menu

 

Tint

R50

 

 

 

 

G50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Purple

 

 

 

 

Green

 

 

 

Noise Reduction

0

 

 

 

63

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weak

 

 

 

 

Strong

 

 

 

Color Temp. (Color Temperature)

1

2

3

4 5

 

 

 

 

Red

 

 

 

 

Blue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

Some menu items cannot be adjusted depending on the input signal.

If default is selected as the index, picture quality cannot be adjusted. To adjust picture quality, select an index from 1 to 3. See “Preset” ( pg. 34)

Contrast

Contrast 50

Color Temp. (Color Temperature)

1 : Red comes out strong. Color temperature is about 5250 K. 2 : Red is mildly strong. Color temperature is about 5800 K.

3 : Normal. Color temperature is about 6500 K.

4 : Blue is mildly strong. Color temperature is about 7500 K.

5 : Blue comes out strong. Color temperature is about 9300 K.

Color Temp.

2

Adjusting Picture Quality

1.Select the desired menu item and press the 2 button. An adjustment bar appears on the screen.

2.Use the 1 and 2 buttons to adjust the item.

3.Press the 3 button to enter the setting and return to menu item selection.

MENU

V-MUTE

3.

3.

PATTERN INPUT

 

ENTER

 

 

ENTER

1, 2

1, 2

 

INPUT

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Fine Menu

Picture quality can be fine-adjusted from the Fine Menu.

Note : Some menu items cannot be adjusted depending on the input signal.

Luminance

FineMenu

 

 

Standard 1

Menu item

 

Adjustment range

H Detail Gain

8

H Detail Gain

0

 

 

31

Luminance

 

 

 

 

 

Chrominance

H Detail Threshold

11

 

H Detail Threshold

0

 

 

31

 

 

Sub Control

H Edge Gain

6

 

H Edge Gain

0

 

 

31

 

 

Miscellaneous

H Edge Threshold

7

 

H Edge Threshold

0

 

 

31

 

V Detail Gain

11

 

 

 

 

 

V Detail Gain

0

 

 

31

 

V Detail Threshold

10

 

 

 

 

V Edge Gain

5

 

V Detail Threshold

0

 

 

31

 

 

 

 

V Edge Threshold

13

 

V Edge Gain

0

 

 

31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

V Edge Threshold

0

 

 

31

 

 

 

 

 

H Detail Gain (Horizontal Detail Processing Gain)

: Sets the degree of detail enhancement in the horizontal direction.

H Detail Threshold (Horizontal Detail processing Threshold)

: Sets the minimum luminance signal level accepted for horizontal detail gain processing.

H Edge Gain (Horizontal Large Edge Enhancement Gain)

: Sets the contour enhancement level in the horizontal direction.

H Edge Threshold (Horizontal Large Edge Enhancement Threshold)

: Sets the minimum luminance signal level accepted for processing horizontal edge gain.

V Detail Gain (Vertical Detail Processing Gain)

: Sets the degree of detail enhancement in the vertical direction.

V Detail Threshold (Vertical Detail Processing Threshold)

: Sets the minimum luminance signal level accepted for vertical detail gain processing.

V Edge Gain (Vertical Large Edge Enhancement Gain)

: Sets the contour enhancement level in the vertical direction.

V Edge Threshold (Vertical Large Edge Enhancement Threshold)

: Sets the minimum luminance signal level accepted for vertical edge gain processing.

Note : Sharpness controls overall gain. If the brightness signal is ineffective, raise the Sharpness.

Chrominance

FineMenu

 

 

Standard 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Luminance

H Edge Gain

6

 

Menu item

Adjustment range

Chrominance

H Edge Threshold

8

 

H Edge Gain

0

 

 

 

 

31

 

 

 

 

 

Sub Control

V Edge Gain

6

 

H Edge Threshold

0

 

 

 

 

31

Miscellaneous

Enhancement

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

V Edge Gain

0

 

 

 

 

31

 

Delay

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enhancement

0

 

 

 

 

31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delay

– 3

 

 

0

 

 

+ 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H Edge Gain (Horizontal Large Edge Enhancement Gain)

: Sets the contour enhancement gain of the color signal in the horizontal direction.

H Edge Threshold (Horizontal Large Edge Enhancement Threshold)

: Sets the minimum signal level accepted for color signal horizontal edge gain processing.

V Edge Gain (Vertical Large Edge Enhancement Gain)

: Sets the contour enhancement gain of the color signal in the vertical direction.

Enhancement (Enhancer Gain)

: Sets the overall enhancement of the color signal.

Delay

: Sets the time delay of the chrominance signal with respect to the luminance signal.

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Sub Control

FineMenu

 

Standard 1

Luminance

Contrast Red

0

Chrominance

Contrast Green

0

Sub Control

Contrast Blue

0

Miscellaneous

Brightness Red

0

 

Brightness Green

0

 

Brightness Blue

0

 

Clamp Position

0

 

Clamp Width

0

Contrast Red

: Sets how much red contrast comes out in images.

Contrast Green

: Sets how much green contrast comes out in images.

Contrast Blue

: Sets how much blue contrast comes out in images.

Brightness Red

: Sets how bright red comes out in images.

Brightness Green

: Sets how bright green comes out in images.

Brightness Blue

: Sets how bright blue comes out in images.

Clamp Position

: Sets the clamp position.

Clamp Width

: Sets the clamp width.

Menu item

Adjustment range

Contrast Red

0

 

 

 

255

 

 

 

Contrast Green

0

 

 

 

255

 

 

 

Contrast Blue

0

 

 

 

255

 

 

 

Brightness Red

0

 

 

 

255

 

 

 

Brightness Green

0

 

 

 

255

 

 

 

Brightness Blue

0

 

 

 

255

 

 

 

Clamp Position

-128

 

 

127

 

Clamp Width

-128

 

 

127

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

FineMenu

 

Standard 1

Luminance

DCDi

On

Chrominance

FRC

Auto

Sub Control

CCS

Off

Miscellaneous

Sharpness Filter

2

DCDi

: Turns the DCDi feature on/off.

FRC (Frame Rate Conversion)

Menu item

Adjustment range

DCDi

On

 

 

 

Off

 

 

 

FRC

Auto

 

 

 

On

 

 

 

CCS

On

 

 

 

Off

 

 

 

Sharpness Filter

0

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auto : Basically disables frame rate conversion, but it is enabled by the vertical frequency of the input signal. On : Enables frame rate conversion. All input signals are converted to 60 Hz.

CCS (Cross Color Suppression Function)

On : Enables cross color suppression.

Off : Disables cross color suppression. Use this mode for sources that do contain cross colors, such as progressive scanning DVD players.

Sharpness Filter

: Sets the sharpness of DVI and RGB images.

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Setting

You can make the following settings.

Menu

 

 

Lamp Mode

High / Low

 

Standard 1

High Bright

On, Off

Picture Adjust

Lamp Mode

High

 

High Bright On : Display brightest image.

Setting

High Bright

Off

 

Aspect

Full, Normal, Zoom, Through

System

Aspect

Full

OSD Position

16:9, 4:3, Through

Display

OSD Position

16:9

Config

DVI CSC

RGB

DVI

RGB, YPBPR, YCBCR

Trigger 2

VCR Mode

Off

 

Sets the color space conversion for DVI input.

Preset

Cinema

Auto

 

RGB: Does not convert color space.

 

Black Setup

0 IRE

 

YPBPR: Suitable for high definition TV signals such

 

 

 

 

as 720p and 1080i.

 

 

 

 

YCBCR: Suitable for signals such as 480p and

 

 

 

 

576p.

 

 

 

VCR Mode

On, Off

 

 

 

Cinema

Auto, Off

 

 

 

 

Cinema mode: 2-3 pulldown for NTSC, 2-2 for PAL

 

 

 

Black Setup

0IRE, 7.5IRE

 

 

 

 

/NORMAL, EXPAND (For DVI input)

 

 

 

 

Adjusts black level to the source.

 

 

 

 

 

OSD Position

You can select from three positions: 16:9, 4:3 and Through.

Menu

 

Standard 1

Menu

Contrast

Standard 1

Picture Adjust

Contrast

50

Picture Adjust

50

Setting

Brightness

44

Setting

Brightness

44

System

Coior

58

System

Coior

58

Display

Sharpness

7

Display

Sharpness

7

Config

Tint

0

Config

Tint

0

Trigger 2

Noise Reduction

0

Trigger 2

Noise Reduction

0

Preset

Color Temp.

3

Preset

Color Temp.

3

 

Fine Menu

 

 

Fine Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Menu

 

Standard 1

 

 

Picture Adjust

Contrast

50

 

 

Setting

Brightness

44

 

 

System

Coior

58

 

 

Display

Sharpness

7

 

 

Config

Tint

0

 

 

Trigger 2

Noise Reduction

0

 

 

Preset

Color Temp.

3

 

 

 

Fine Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OSD position for 16:9

 

OSD position for 4:3

 

OSD position for Through

 

 

 

 

 

– VCR Mode

On : Stabilizes the picture. Use to play back video or input TV signals of weak electromagnetic waves if the image is unstable when the mode is off.

Off : Normally use this mode.

How to Operate the Setting Menu

1.Select the desired menu item and press the 2 button. The setting item will appear on the screen.

2.Use the 3 and 4 buttons to set the item.

3.Press the 1 button to enter the setting and return to menu item selection.

 

MENU

V-MUTE

PATTERN

INPUT

 

ENTER

 

 

2

ENTER

2.

 

1,3

 

1, 3

INPUT

ASPECT

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System

You can make the following settings.

Menu

 

Standard 1

Picture Adjust

Component 1

Auto

Setting

Component 2

Auto

System

S-Video

Auto

Display

Video

Auto

Config

RGB

Auto

Trigger 2

DVI

Auto

Preset

 

 

Component 1

Auto, NTSC, PAL, 480p, 540p, 576p,

 

720p, 1035i, 1080i

Component 2

Auto, NTSC, PAL, 480p, 540p, 576p,

 

720p, 1035i, 1080i

S-Video

Auto, NTSC, PAL, SECAM

Video

Auto, NTSC, PAL, SECAM

RGB

Auto, NTSC, PAL, 480p, 540p, 576p,

 

720p, 1035i, 1080i

DVI

Auto, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1035i, 1080i,

 

HTPC

NTSC (3.58)

:Conventional analog broadcasting format used mainly in Japan, the USA, Canada, Taiwan and Korea.

PAL (4.43)

: Conventional analog broadcasting format

 

used mainly in the UK and Germany.

SECAM

: Conventional analog broadcasting format

 

used mainly in the France and Russia.

480p

: Standard digital broadcasting format.

540p

: Special digital broadcasting format

 

(i.e., RCA DTC100).

576p

: Standard digital broadcasting format.

720p /1080i

: High Definition digital broadcasting format.

1035i

: Japanese “High-Vision” broadcasting format.

HTPC

: Home Theater PC

 

VGA signal format output from PC.

How to Operate the System Menu

1.Select the desired menu item and press the 2 button. The setting item will appear on the screen.

2.Use the 3 and 4 buttons to set the item.

3.Press the 1 button to enter the setting and return to menu item selection.

 

MENU

V-MUTE

PATTERN

INPUT

 

ENTER

 

 

2

ENTER

2.

 

1,3

 

1, 3

INPUT

ASPECT

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Display

You can make the following settings.

Menu

 

Standard 1

Menu item

Adjustment range

Picture Adjust

Keystone V

0

Keystone V (Electronic vertical

-30

30

 

 

 

Setting

Keystone H

0

keystone correction)

 

 

System

Auto Adjust

 

Keystone H (Electronic horizontal

-30

30

Display

Picture Shift V

0

keystone correction)

Config

Picture Shift H

0

Auto Adjust

 

Yes / No

Trigger 2

Size V

0

Picture Shift V

-50

50

Preset

Size H

0

Picture Shift H

-50

50

 

Phase

16

 

Size V

-50

50

 

 

 

 

 

 

Size H

-50

50

 

 

 

Phase

0

31

Keystone V / H

Corrects the trapezoidal shape of the projected image. (For details, “Keystone Correction” pg. 19.)

Auto Adjust

Use this mode for RGB input when RGB System on the System menu is set to “Auto”.

Yes : The Picture Shift V/H, vertical/horizontal resolution and Phase of the RGB signal are set automatically.

No : Disables automatic image adjustment. Set Picture Shift V/H, Size V/H and Phase yourself. Select “Yes” with the 1 and 2 buttons and press the ENTER button.

Picture Shift V / H

Shifts the position of the image. Picture Shift V shifts the image up/down, while Picture Shift H shifts the image left/right.

Size V / H

Sets the vertical and horizontal size of the image.

Phase

Sets the phase of the analog RGB signal from the computer and the clock phase of the A/D converter. Adjust the image to where it looks the clearest.

How to Operate the Display Menu

1.Select the desired menu item and press the 2 button. The setting item will appear on the screen.

2.Use the 1 and 2 buttons to set the item.

3.Press the 3 button to enter the setting and return to menu item selection.

MENU

V-MUTE

3.

3.

PATTERN INPUT

 

ENTER

 

 

ENTER

1, 2

1, 2

 

INPUT

ASPECT

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Configuration

You can configure the projector from the following settings.

Menu

 

Standard 1

Picture Adjust

Auto Power Off

Disable

Setting

Installation

Front

System

Language

English

Display

Focus/Zoom

 

Config

Lens Shift

 

Trigger 2

Color Temp. Calibration

Preset

Reset Lamp Life

 

 

Reset All

 

Auto Power Off

Enable / Disable

Installation

Front, F.Ceiling, Rear, R.Ceiling

Language

English, Français, Deutsch, Español,

 

Italiano, Português

Focus/Zoom

Adjusts the focus and size of the projected

 

image.

Lens shift

Positions (all directions) the projected

 

image on the screen.

Color Temp.

Yes / No

Calibration

 

Reset Lamp Life

Yes / No

Reset All

Yes / No

Auto Power Off

When the auto power off feature is turned on, the below message appears on the screen if no signals are received and no operations are performed for 9 consecutive minutes. Power to the projector then shuts off automatically if the situation continues for another minute.

Auto Power Off

It will be standby mode soon.

About 1 minute after the message appears on the screen, power to the projector shuts off.

Note:

After the above message appears on the screen, pressing any button on the projector other than the POWER button or any button on remote controller other than the POWER ON or STANDBY button resets the auto power off feature. The auto power off feature will start counting the time off any time after that, the moment that the projector goes without receiving any signals or being operated in anyway.

– Installation

Sets the projector installation mode.

Front

: Select this mode when the projector is installed on a flat surface in front of the screen.

F. Ceiling

: Select this mode when the projector is mounted on a ceiling in front of the screen.

Rear*

: Select this mode when the projector is installed on a flat surface behind the screen.

R. Ceiling*

: Select this mode when the projector is mounted on a ceiling behind the screen.

*When projecting the image from behind the screen, use a rear-projection screen.

Focus/Zoom

Adjusts the focus and size of the projected image.

Lens shift

Positions (all directions) the projected image on the screen. (For details, see “Positioning the Projected Image” pg. 18.)

Color Temp. Calibration

After replacing the lamp or otherwise when the lighting changes, you can adjust the color temperature using the color temperature sensor. For instructions on how to adjust color temperature, see “Color Temperature Adjustment” ( pg. 38).

Reset Lamp Life

If you replace the lamp before the 1,500 hour lamp life, be sure to reset the lamp life counter. To do this, select “Reset Lamp Life” from the Config menu. When you do so, the below message appears on the screen.

Reset Lamp Life

Yes

No

Select “Yes” and press the ENTER button. This will reset the lamp life counter.

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Reset All

Resets all settings to their factory defaults except the user-selected gamma curve and the lamp life counter. When you select “Yes”, the following message appears on the screen.

Reset All ?

Yes

No

Select “Yes” and press the ENTER button.

How to Operate the Config Menu

1.Select the desired menu item and press the 2 button. The setting item will appear on the screen.

2.Use the 3 and 4 buttons to set the item.

3.Press the 1 button to enter the setting and return to menu item selection.

 

MENU

V-MUTE

PATTERN

INPUT

 

ENTER

 

 

2

ENTER

2.

 

1,3

 

1, 3

INPUT

ASPECT

Trigger 2

You can turn the trigger signal output from the TRIG. 2 jack on (12 V output)/off (no output) for each of the aspect modes: Full, Normal, Zoom and Through. This trigger signal can be used to automatically match the screen aspect mode to projector operation, though it requires a powered dual aspect screen.

On: 12 V output Off: No output

Menu

 

Standard 1

Picture Adjust

Full

On

Setting

Normal

On

System

Through

On

Display

Zoom

On

Config

 

 

Trigger 2

 

 

Preset

 

 

How to Operate the Trigger 2 Menu

1.Select the desired menu item and press the 2 button. The setting item will appear on the screen.

2.Use the 3 and 4 buttons to set the item.

3.Press the 1 button to enter the setting and return to menu item selection.

 

MENU

V-MUTE

PATTERN

INPUT

 

ENTER

 

 

2

ENTER

2.

 

1,3

 

1, 3

INPUT

ASPECT

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Preset

You can select a picture mode from the MENU screen. This projector offers 4 pictures modes: Theater, Standard, Dynamic and User. Moreover, each of these picture modes has 3 indexes for saving picture quality adjustments.

Theater

: Reproduces the kind of black suited for movie software.

Standard

: Suited for normal movie software.

Dynamic

: Suited for visually dynamic movie software.

User

: Enables you to adjust the gamma curve as preferred.

Note : Each picture mode has 3 indexes (1, 2 and 3) and a default setting. When default is selected, “Picture Adjust” cannot be selected from the menu.

Menu

 

Standard 1

Picture Adjust

Mode

Standard

Setting

Index

1

System

Display

Config

Trigger 2

Preset

Saving settings in an index

Select “Mode” from the above menu using the remote controller, then select an image mode from Theater, Standard, Dynamic and User. Next, select “Index” and set a value from “1” to “3”. Return to “Picture Adjust” in the main menu and adjust picture quality to your liking. The adjustment made here is automatically saved in memory.

How to Operate the Preset Menu

1.Select the desired menu item and press the 2 button. The setting item will appear on the screen.

2.Use the 3 and 4 buttons to set the item.

3.Press the 1 button to enter the setting and return to menu item selection.

 

MENU

V-MUTE

PATTERN

INPUT

 

ENTER

 

 

2

ENTER

2.

 

1,3

 

1, 3

INPUT

ASPECT

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MAINTENANCE

Lamp Life

Pressing the INFO. button on the remote controller displays the below message on the screen.

The remaining lamp life appears on the second from last line.

Information

 

S-VIDEO

DYNA.

ZOOM

Video Input

Component-1080i

 

 

 

Preset

User A1

VIDEO

USER

THROUGH

Cinema Mode

Auto

 

 

 

Aspect

Full

RGB

CINEMA

INFO

 

 

 

Trigger 2

On

AUX

 

 

Lamp Life

927 Hours

 

 

LIGHT

 

 

Total Hours

3653 Hours

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

The lamp lasts a maximum of 1,500 hours. Although every possible effort has gone into quality, the lamp can – though rarely - burn out after 1,000 hours of lighting. Therefore, it is recommended to replace the lamp promptly when lamp life falls under 500 hours. The lamp must not be used in excess of the maximum lamp life.

This product is subjected to strict quality controls before shipping from the factory. The “Total Hours” item on the Information screen includes this checking time, therefore the “Total Hours” may not be “0” when the projector is used for the first time.

When remaining lamp life drops below 100 hours and the projector is on, the below message with the remaining lamp life appears on the screen.

Warning

LampLife 100 Hours

– When remaining lamp life drops below 5 hours, the below message appears on the screen.

Warning

LampLife 5 Hours

ON

STANDBY

 

MENU

INPUT

 

PATTERN

ENTER

Press the MENU button to clear the message from the screen.

STANDBY

POWER ON

PATTERN

PATT.

MENU V-MUTE

ENTER

– Approximately 2 minutes after the lamp reaches the end of its life, power to the projector shuts off and the WARNING indicator lights up red. If the below message appeared on the screen before power shut off, promptly replace the lamp with a new one. (See “Lamp Unit Replacement” pg. 36.)

Warning

LampLife 0 Hours

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Resetting the Lamp Life Counter

The lamp lasts a maximum of 1,500 hours. The projector is designed to shut off power if the lamp is used beyond this 1,500 hours. In such case, replace the lamp and reset the lamp life counter as follows.

1.After the “Lamp Life 0 Hours” message appears on the screen, power to the projector shuts off. Promptly replace

the lamp with a new one. (See “Lamp Unit Replacement”pg. 36.)

2.After replacing the lamp, press either the POWER button on the projector or the POWER ON button on the remote controller.

The below message will appear on the screen for about 120 seconds.

New Lamp ?

Yes

No

3.Select “Yes” using the 1 and 2 buttons.

4.Press the ENTER button to reset the lamp life counter.

4

STANDBY ON

PATTERN

INPUT

MENU

POWER

ENTER

3

2

 

STANDBY

POWER ON

PATTERN

2.

PATT.

 

MENU V-MUTE

4.

ENTER

3.

Lamp Unit Replacement

Note:

The lamp is very hot while lit and shortly after being turned off. Do not touch the lamp or lamp unit while hot. Wait at least 1 hour for the lamp to cool down before handling it.

Do not loosen any screws except those specifically mentioned in the below procedure.

The lamp may break under excessive force or mechanical shock.

Use only the Marantz original lamp unit LU10VPS1 (sold separately).

How to Replace the Lamp

Preparation:

Turn off power to the projector before replacing the lamp. After the cooling fan stops, unplug the AC power cable and wait at least 1 hour for the lamp to cool down. Then, replace it.

1.Press the STANDBY button on the remote controller or the POWER button on the projector to shut off power to the projector.

 

 

STANDBY

POWER ON

 

 

 

PATTERN

 

 

 

PATT.

ON

POWER

MENU

V-MUTE

 

STANDBY MENU

 

 

INPUT

 

 

 

PATTERN

 

 

 

ENTER

 

 

 

 

ENTER

2.After the cooling fan stops, set the ON/OFF switch in the OFF position and unplug the AC power cable.

3.Wait at least 1 hour for the projector to cool down sufficiently.

4.Locate the lamp cover on the projector rear (see below). Read the caution and warning labels on the cover.

Lamp cover

VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN COMPONENTVIDEO IN 1 COMPONENTVIDEO IN 2

Y P /C P /C Y P /C P /C

RGB IN DVI-D IN RS-232C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAUTION

 

CAUTION HOT

 

 

 

 

HIGH-PRESSURE LAMP MAY EXPLODE IF IMPROPERLY

 

UNPLUG THE POWER CORD AND WAIT 60

 

 

HANDLED. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE

 

MINUTES BEFORE CHANGING THE LAMP.

 

 

PERSONNEL.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTENTION

 

ATTENTION CHAUD

 

 

LA LAMPE SOUS HAUTE PRESSION PEUT EXPLOSER

 

DEBRANCER LE CORD ON D'ALIMENTION ET

 

 

SI ELLE, N'EST PAS MANIPULEE CORRECTEMENT,

 

ATENDER 60 MINUTES AVANT DE CHANGER

 

 

CONFIER L'OPERATION A UN PERSONNEL D'ENTRETIEN

 

LAMPE.

 

 

QUALIFIE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VORSICHT

 

WARNUNG HEISS

 

 

BEI FALSCHER HANDHABUNG KANN DIE

 

ZIEHEN SIE DEN NETZSTECKER AB UND

 

 

HOCHDRUCKLAMPE EXPLODIEREN UBERLASSEN SIE

 

WARTEN SIE 60 MINUTEN BEVOR SIE DIE

 

 

WARTUNGSARBEITEN NUR FACHPERSONAL.

 

GLUHLAMPE WECHSELN.

 

 

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5.Loosen the 2 screws that lock down the lamp cover. (Slotted head screwdriver required.)

6.Detach the lamp cover in the direction of the arrow.

Lamp cover

7.Remove the 2 screws that lock down the lamp shield. (Phillips screwdriver required.) Pull the lamp shield downward as indicated in the below figure and detach.

1

1

1 2

1

Lamp shield

8.Loosen the 2 screws that lock down the lamp unit. (Slotted head screwdriver required.) Grab the lamp unit by the handle and pull the unit out toward you.

1

2

1

Lamp unit

9.Install a new lamp unit securely in the correct orientation. Lock the lamp unit in place with the 2 screws. (Slotted head screwdriver required.) Fold the handle over as it was before.

2

2

1

New lamp unit

10.Fit the top end of the lamp shield back into place as shown below, followed by the bottom end. Lock the lamp shield in place with the 2 screws removed in step 7. (Phillips screwdriver required.)

 

2

ENGLISH

 

 

2

2

 

 

1

 

2

Lamp shield

11.Fit the bottom end of the lamp cover back into place as shown below, followed by the top end.

2

1

12.Lock the lamp cover in place with the 2 screws loosed in step 5. (Slotted head screwdriver required.)

13.Plug in the AC power cable, turn on the projector and project an image.

If you replaced the lamp before 1,500 hours of service, see “Reset Lamp Life” ( pg. 32).

If you replaced the lamp after 1,500 hours of service, see “Resetting the Lamp Life Counter” ( pg. 36).

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Color Temperature Adjustment

After replacing the lamp or otherwise when the lighting changes, you can adjust the color temperature using the included color temperature sensor. In the adjustment procedure, you must first initialize the sensor itself before adjusting color temperature. It takes about 10 minutes from when power to the projector is activated for the lamp’s brightness to stabilize. Wait for lamp brightness to stabilize before adjusting color temperature.

1.Connect the cable of the color temperature sensor to the RS-232C port.

2.Press the MENU button, select “Color Temp. Calibration” from the menu and press the 2 button. The below message appears on the screen.

Color Temp.Calibration ?

Yes

No

3.Use 1 and 2 buttons to select "Yes" and press the ENTER button. The below message appears on the screen.

Initialize

Press "ENTER" to start

Before pressing the ENTER button, turn the color temperature sensor over on its dark side as shown in the below figure, to prevent outside light from penetrating to the sensor’s receptacle.

Receptacle

4.Press the ENTER button. The below message appears on the screen for a few seconds as the sensor itself is being initialized.

Initializing...

5.Fit the color temperature sensor onto the lens and press the ENTER button. The lens automatically shifts to the best position for performing color temperature adjustment. Color temperature adjustment then starts and the projector’s WARNING and STANDBY indicators begin flashing simultaneously.

Attachment for Color temperature sensor

Attach the color temperature sensor so that the cable is to the bottom side of the projector as shown in the figure.

6.When the WARNING and STANDBY indicators go out, color temperature adjustment is complete. Adjustment takes about 4 to 5 min. When the color temperature sensor is detached from the lens, the below message appears on the screen.

Complete

Press "ENTER" to exit

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7.Press the ENTER button to return to the menu and disconnect the cable of the color temperature sensor from the projector.

Note:

If color temperature adjustment is not correctly processed or if adjustment processing is interrupted in course by pressing the MENU button or for some other reason, the below message appears on the screen.

Quit

Press "ENTER" to exit

Also, adjustment processing can be interrupted by pressing the MENU button.

8.Reposition the picture on the screen (up, down, left and

right) using the “Lens shift” feature on the Config menu. (See “Configuration” pg. 32.)

Color Temperature Sensor Protection

If no operations are performed for approximately 10 minutes from the moment color temperature adjustment processing ends, power to the projector shuts off automatically in order to protect the color temperature sensor. If power is shut off to protect the color temperature sensor, do the following.

If the WARNING indicator is not lit

When color temperature adjustment ends successfully and the sensor protection feature trips, the projector goes on standby. As usual, activate power by pressing either the POWER ON button on the remote control or the POWER button on the projector.

If the WARNING indicator is lit

If color temperature adjustment does not end successfully and the sensor protection feature trips, the projector’s WARNING and STANDBY indicators light simultaneously to indicate the error mode. Set the ON/OFF switch in the off position, unplug the AC power cable and then plug it back in. Then, set the ON/OFF switch in the on position and press either the POWER ON button on the remote control or the POWER button on the projector to reactivate power.

Lens Cleaning

If the lens becomes dirty or smudged, clean it with a soft dry cloth and an optical lens cleaner that is approved for eyeglasses or cameras. Do not use a dampened cloth, detergent, thinner or other harsh substances. These substances may damage the lens or leave stains. Do not clean the lens while the lamp is on. Always shut off power to the projector and wait at least 60 minutes before cleaning the lens.

Replacement Parts

If replacement parts are needed, contact your nearest Marantz dealer or authorized service center. Use only replacement parts specified by Marantz. Unauthorized substitutes may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards, and will forfeit warranted servicing.

Optional Accessories

• Lamp unit

: LU10VPS1

 

 

 

 

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SPECIFICATIONS

ENGLISH

REMOTE CONTROL IN

Miniature jack type x 1

REMOTE CONTROL OUT

Miniature jack type x 1

AC IN

3-prong grounding type

Trig. 1 Out/Trig. 2 Out

Miniature jack x 2

 

Output voltage: 12V DC or 0V

RS232C

RS232C receptacle plug x 1

Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.

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Timing chart

 

 

 

 

 

 

Input Signal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

System

Resolution

V (Hz)

H (KHz)

Scan

 

Signal

Video

S-Video

Component

RGB

DVI

Note

 

NTSC

768x240

59.94 / 60

15.73

I

 

NTSC

X

X

 

ENGLISH

 

 

 

PAL-B/G

960x287.5

50

15.63

I

 

PAL-B/G

X

X

 

 

SECAM

960x287.5

50

15.63

I

 

SECAM

X

X

 

 

480/60p

720x480

59.94 / 60

31.5

P

 

Video 60Hz

X

X

#2

 

576/50p

720x576

50

31.3

P

 

Video 50Hz

X

X

 

 

1035/60i

1920x518

59.94 / 60

33.8

I

 

480/60p

X

X

X

#2

 

1080/60i

1920x540

59.94 / 60

33.8

I

 

576/50p

X

X

X

 

 

1080/50i

1920x540

50

28.1

I

 

1035/60i

X

X

X

#2

 

1080/48i

1920x540

48

27.0

I

 

1080/60i

X

X

X

#2

 

720/60p

1280x720

59.94 / 60

45.0

P

 

1080/50i

X

X

X

 

 

720/50p

1280x720

50

37.5

P

 

1080/48i

X

X

X

 

 

720/48p

1280x720

48

36.0

P

 

720/60p

X

X

X

#2

 

540/60p

1920x540

59.94 / 60

33.8

P

 

720/50p

X

X

X

 

 

640x350#1

640x350

70

31.5

P

 

720/48p

X

X

X

 

 

640x350#1

640x350

85

37.9

P

 

540/60p

X

X

X

#2

 

640x400#1

640x400

70

31.5

P

 

640x350@70Hz

X

X

 

 

640x400#1

640x400

85

53.7

P

 

640x350@85Hz

X

X

 

 

640x480

640x480

60

31.5

P

 

640x400@70Hz

X

 

 

640x480#1

640x480

72

37.9

P

 

640x480@60Hz

X

X

 

 

640x480#1

640x480

75

37.5

P

 

640x480@72Hz

X

VESA#901101

 

640x480#1

640x480

85

43.3

P

 

640x480@75Hz

X

 

 

800x600

800x600

56

35.2

P

 

640x480@85Hz

X

 

 

800x600

800x600

60

37.9

P

 

800x600@56Hz

X

X

VESA#900601

 

800x600#1

800x600

72

48.1

P

 

800x600@60Hz

X

X

VESA#900602

 

800x600#1

800x600

75

46.9

P

 

800x600@72Hz

X

VESA#900603A

 

800x600#1

800x600

85

53.7

P

 

800x600@75Hz

X

 

 

1024x768

1024x768

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35.5

P

 

800x600@85Hz

X

 

 

1024x768

1024x768

60

48.4

P

 

1024x768@60Hz

X

X

 

 

1024x768#1

1024x768

70

56.5

P

 

1024x768@70Hz

X

 

 

1024x768#1

1024x768

75

60.0

P

 

1024x768@75Hz

X

 

 

1024x768#1

1024x768

85

68.7

P

 

 

 

 

#2 : both of 59.94 and 60Hz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GLOSSARY

Aspect ratio

Width and height ratio of an image. The aspect ratio of ordinary computer monitors and TV screens is 4:3. The aspect ratio for wide screens ranges from 16:9 to 21:9.

Black level

The level of brightness in black areas or the absence of light, which incidentally is black.

For NTSC of the US, it is 7.5IRE. NORMAL: 16 (Black) to 235 (White)

For NTSC in Japan, it is 0IRE. EXPAND: 0 (Black) to 246 (White).

Color temperature

Hue of white light. An image of low color temperature has a warm feeling (more yellow and red). An image of high color temperature has a cold feeling (more blue).

Keystone

Distortion of an image caused by projection to wrong vertical and horizontal angles.

A/D converter (Analog/Digital signal converter)

With this projector, all video signals are digitally processed by an A/D converter. The A/D converter converts analog video signals into data that supports digital processing.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

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Symptom

Possible Cause

Remedy

No power

AC power cord is not connected correctly.

Connect the AC power cord properly.

 

 

 

 

Lamp cover is not closed correctly.

Close the cover properly.

Image is not displayed.

A signal cable is not connected correctly.

Connect a signal cable properly.

 

 

 

 

Selected input is incorrect.

Select the correct input source .

 

 

 

 

The picture mute is active.

Press the MUTE button to release the mute.

Poor color.

Picture is not adjusted properly.

Adjust the picture in the MENU mode.

Picture is too dark.

Lamp life is running out.

Replace the lamp.

 

 

Contrast or brightness is not adjusted properly.

Adjust contrast or brightness properly.

 

Picture is not clear.

Picture is out of focus.

Adjust the focus.

 

 

Dew is on the lens.

Run the projector for about two hours.

 

Picture rolls.

A signal cable is not properly connected.

Connect a signal cable properly.

 

Batteries are exhausted.

Replace batteries.

 

 

 

 

The distance to the unit is too far.

Make the distance between the unit and the

The Remote Controller

remote control closer.

 

 

 

does not work.

IR sensor on unit is obstructed.

Remove any obstacles.

 

 

 

 

The “EXTERNAL” position on the connector

Select the “INTERNAL” position.

 

panel is selected.

 

 

 

 

 

Is the sensor cable disconnected?

Correctly connect the sensor cable.

Color temperature

 

 

Was the sensor correctly initialized?

Initialize the sensor by taking the correct

cannot be adjusted.

 

procedures.

 

 

 

 

Is the lens shift knob set to the correct

Set the lens shift knob to the correct (center)

 

(center) position?

position by taking the correct procedures.

 

 

 

Note:

If the lamp still does not function after the replacement and initialization of the lamp life, contact a Marantz authorized dealer, or service center.

Note: This projector uses a microcomputer. External noise can cause malfunctions. In such case, shut power OFF and unplug the power cable from AC power outlet. Then, plug the AC power cable back in, press the POWER button on the projector or the POWER ON button on the remote control and check operation.

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ERROR MODE

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH

Error mode

 

Indicators

 

Possible Cause

Recommendation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WARNING

POWER ON

STANDBY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lamp cover

ON

OFF

Flashing

The lamp cover is not

Close the cover correctly.

 

closed properly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lamp

ON

OFF

OFF

The lamp has failed, or

Replace the lamp and

 

the lamp is completely

reset lamp life.

 

 

 

 

 

worn out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Temperature

Flashing

OFF

Flashing

Projector internal

 

 

temperature is higher

 

 

 

 

 

 

than the allowed level.

Check if anything is

 

Fan

Flashing

OFF

ON

Trouble has occurred

blocking the exhaust vent.

 

with the fan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Color temperature

ON

OFF

ON

Color temperature

Retry adjustment.

 

adjustment

adjustment failed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other

Flashing

OFF

OFF

Internal program error

Shut power OFF and

 

ON again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON SCREEN MESSAGE

Message

Meaning

Remedy

NO SIGNAL

No input signal.

Properly connect the cables.

REPLACE LAMP!

The lamp has reached the end of its life.

Replace the lamp and reset lamp life.

 

 

 

OUT OF RANGE

Improper signal feed to the projector.

Adjust resolution, V(Hz) : refresh rate of the

 

equipment, referring to the Timing Chart.

 

 

 

 

 

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DIMENSIONS

ENGLISH

260.0

352.0

555.0

56.0

Unit : mm

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