Nec REMOTE MT40 user Manual

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Full function remote control

Card remote control

(for MT series)

(for LT series)

Introduction

The interactive remote control demonstrates the features, functions, settings and adjustable menus of the remote controls for the LT series and MT series.

Simply click any button on the remote control on the left to display descriptions of the menus and functions.

Click the menus and submenus to display more detailed descriptions.

Your projector’s display settings can be customized and finetuned to match your presentation needs. Normally, however, the display is optimized automatically for the input signals.

When any of the buttons on the full function remote control is pressed, the back lights of all the buttons except Mouse button turn on. If no button is pressed for 10 seconds, the back lights turn off automatically. The menus also turn off at this time.

SOURCE button

The input switches each time this button is pressed. (RGB a Video a S-Video a PC Card Viewer)

AUTO ADJUST button

Press this to automatically adjust the vertical/horizontal position, clock frequency/phase and resolution if the projected picture is not centered, if there are vertical stripes on the picture or if the picture is flickering. (The Position and Pixel Adjust are only adjusted for RGB inputs.)

Menu buttons/On-screen menu

When pressed, the main menu appears. Use the ▲▼ buttons to select the submenus or adjustment or setting items.

See below for a list of the remote control unit buttons that can be used while the menu is displayed and the functions of the menus and dialog box elements.

▲▼ buttons

: Used to select items on menus or elements

 

in dialog boxes.

sbutton

: Activates submenus or executes the selected

 

item.

tbutton

: Returns to the previous menu.

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Tabs Highlight

Solid triangle button

Close box

Check box

Slider bar

 

Radio buttons

Close box (x)

: Closes the window without saving the setting or adjustment values.

Highlight

: Indicates that the menu or item is selected.

Solid triangle button : Indicates that there are selection items on the pull-down menu.

Tabs

: Indicate the number of pages when the item in the dialog box is

 

divided on more than one page.

Radio buttons

: Select the dialog box items.

Check box

: Check the box to activate the dialog box item.

Slider bar

: When the adjustment menu is displayed, increases or decreases the

 

adjustment value of the selected item.

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Signal Selection Menu

Use this menu to select the input (RGB/Component, Video, S- Video or PC Card Viewer).

Use the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired input, then press the ENTER button.

(When RGB is selected)

RGB input

The signals from the computer or DVD player connected to the RGB input jacks are selected. Normally component signals are identified automatically. If not, set the component under Projector Options a Setup a Page 1 a Signal Select a RGB.

(When Video is selected)

Video input

The signal from a VCR or laser disc player connected to the VIDEO input jack is selected.

(When S-Video is selected)

S-Video input

The signal from a VCR or laser disc player connected to the S-VIDEO input jack is selected.

(When PC Card Viewer is selected)

PC Card Viewer

The picture data of a PC card inserted in the PC card access slot is displayed.

Settings such as whether to display a list of folders or start displaying slides immediately after the PC Card Viewer input is selected can be made under “Projector Options” a “Setup” a “PC Card Viewer Options”.

Adjustments Menu

Use this menu to adjust the image, volume, picture, color temperature and keystone. Use the ▲▼ buttons to select the items to be adjusted, then press s or the ENTER button.

Image adjustments

Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness.

The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

Image adjustments

Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness.

The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

Image adjustments

Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness.

The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

Image adjustments

Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness.

The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

Image adjustments

Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness.

The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

Image adjustments

Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness.

The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

Volume adjustments

Use the ts buttons to adjust the volume.

You can adjust the volume using ▲▼ when no menus are displayed.

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