Ricoh PJ WX3340N, PJ WX4240N, PJ X3340N, PJ X4240N Owner's Manual

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Operating Instructions

Preparations for Using the Projector

Projecting an Image

Projecting Images from a USB Memory Device or Digital Camera

Using the Projector via a Network

Changing the Projector Settings

Troubleshooting

Maintenance

Appendix

For safe and correct use, be sure to read the Safety Information in "Read This First" before using the machine.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Introduction.........................................................................................................................................................

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Copyrights to Images.....................................................................................................................................

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Important.........................................................................................................................................................

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Notes to Users Viewing 3D Images..............................................................................................................

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Manuals Provided with the Projector................................................................................................................

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Manuals for the Projector..............................................................................................................................

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How to Read This Manual.................................................................................................................................

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Symbols...........................................................................................................................................................

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Notes...............................................................................................................................................................

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Model-Specific Information.............................................................................................................................

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1. Preparations for Using the Projector

 

Main Functions.................................................................................................................................................

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Checking the Accessories................................................................................................................................

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Projector Parts and Their Functions.................................................................................................................

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Exterior..........................................................................................................................................................

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Ports on the Projector...................................................................................................................................

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Control Panel................................................................................................................................................

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Remote Control Parts and Their Functions......................................................................................................

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How to Use the Remote Control......................................................................................................................

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Effective Range of the Remote Control.......................................................................................................

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Loading Batteries into the Remote Control.................................................................................................

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Inputting Text................................................................................................................................................

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Operating a Computer with the Remote Control......................................................................................

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Operating Multiple Projectors with the Remote Control...........................................................................

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Positioning the Projector...................................................................................................................................

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Projection Mode..........................................................................................................................................

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Relationship Between the Projection Distance and the Screen Size........................................................

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Connecting Equipment to the Projector..........................................................................................................

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Connecting a Computer..............................................................................................................................

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Connecting AV Equipment..........................................................................................................................

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Connecting an External Display Device.....................................................................................................

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Connecting an External Speaker................................................................................................................

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2. Projecting an Image

 

Precautions for Using the Projector.................................................................................................................

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Basic Operations..............................................................................................................................................

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Projecting an Image.....................................................................................................................................

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Turning Off the Projector.............................................................................................................................

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Adjusting the Projected Image........................................................................................................................

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Adjusting the Angle of the Projection.........................................................................................................

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Changing the Size of the Projected Image................................................................................................

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Adjusting the Focus......................................................................................................................................

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Adjusting for Keystone Distortion................................................................................................................

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Operations while Projecting Images...............................................................................................................

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Adjusting the Volume of the Speaker.........................................................................................................

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Enlarging the Image....................................................................................................................................

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Temporarily Blanking the Image and Muting the Audio..........................................................................

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Freezing the Image......................................................................................................................................

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Specifying the Lamp Settings......................................................................................................................

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Using the Presentation Timer.......................................................................................................................

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3. Projecting Images from a USB Memory Device or Digital Camera

 

Requirements for Projecting Images from a USB Device..............................................................................

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How to Project Images from USB Memory Device.......................................................................................

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Connecting the USB Device........................................................................................................................

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Projecting Images from a USB Memory Device........................................................................................

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Controlling the Projected Image.................................................................................................................

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Disconnecting the USB Device....................................................................................................................

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Converting Presentation Files to JPEG Files Using JPEG Conversion Tool...................................................

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How to Use JPEG Conversion Tool............................................................................................................

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Converting Presentation Files to JPEG Files................................................................................................

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4. Using the Projector via a Network

 

Before Connecting to a Network....................................................................................................................

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Connecting an Ethernet Cable....................................................................................................................

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Precautions for Using a Wireless LAN.......................................................................................................

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Connecting the Projector to a Network..........................................................................................................

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Opening the [Network Setting Wizard] Screen........................................................................................

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Configuring the Wired LAN Settings..........................................................................................................

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Configuring the Wireless LAN Settings for Infrastructure Mode..............................................................

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Configuring the Wireless LAN Settings for Ad Hoc Mode.......................................................................

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Projecting a Computer's Screen via a Network.............................................................................................

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How to Use QuickProjection.......................................................................................................................

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Projecting Images Using QuickProjection..................................................................................................

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Using the Server Function................................................................................................................................

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Using the Projection Server Function..........................................................................................................

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Using the DLNA Server Function................................................................................................................

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Projecting Files that Are Stored on the Server...........................................................................................

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Projecting Images Using DLNA-Compatible Devices...................................................................................

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Preparation...................................................................................................................................................

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Projecting Images from DLNA-Compatible Devices.................................................................................

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5. Changing the Projector Settings

 

Viewing the Menu Screen...............................................................................................................................

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Using the Menu Screen...................................................................................................................................

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Restoring Settings to Their Default Settings....................................................................................................

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Image Adjustment Menu..................................................................................................................................

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Display Settings Menu.....................................................................................................................................

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Energy Saving Settings Menu.........................................................................................................................

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Default Settings 1 Menu..................................................................................................................................

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Default Settings 2 Menu..................................................................................................................................

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USB Settings Menu...........................................................................................................................................

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Settings..........................................................................................................................................................

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Display Status...............................................................................................................................................

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Network Settings Menu...................................................................................................................................

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Wired LAN...................................................................................................................................................

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Wireless LAN (RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N/WX4240N only)...................................................

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LAN Common............................................................................................................................................

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Projector ID................................................................................................................................................

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Setup Wizard............................................................................................................................................

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Display Status............................................................................................................................................

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Network Application Settings Menu............................................................................................................

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Administration Tools..................................................................................................................................

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Security.......................................................................................................................................................

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Server.........................................................................................................................................................

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Firmware Update.......................................................................................................................................

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Display Status............................................................................................................................................

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Display Status.................................................................................................................................................

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6. Troubleshooting

 

Indicator Display List......................................................................................................................................

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Common Problems.........................................................................................................................................

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Accessing the Online Knowledge Base...................................................................................................

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7. Maintenance

 

Operating Precautions..................................................................................................................................

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Cleaning the Projector...................................................................................................................................

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Cleaning the Lens......................................................................................................................................

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Cleaning the Projector..............................................................................................................................

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Replacing the Lamp.......................................................................................................................................

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Managing the Projector Using Projector Management Utility...................................................................

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Installing Projector Management Utility...................................................................................................

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Settings Required to Use Projector Management Utility........................................................................

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Starting Projector Management Utility.....................................................................................................

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Managing the Projector Using Web Image Monitor..................................................................................

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Displaying Web Image Monitor..............................................................................................................

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About Browse Mode and Edit Mode......................................................................................................

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Login to Edit Mode....................................................................................................................................

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Controlling and Monitoring the Projector Using Crestron RoomView.......................................................

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Displaying Crestron WebUI.....................................................................................................................

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Using Crestron WebUI..............................................................................................................................

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Consumables..................................................................................................................................................

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8. Appendix

 

Specifications for the Projector.....................................................................................................................

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List of Compatible Signals.............................................................................................................................

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Video Input.................................................................................................................................................

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Y/Pb/Pr Input............................................................................................................................................

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Computer Input..........................................................................................................................................

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HDMI Input................................................................................................................................................

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3D Format..................................................................................................................................................

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Specifications for Ports..................................................................................................................................

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Computer1 In Port and Computer2 In/Monitor Out Port......................................................................

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Control Port................................................................................................................................................

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Information.....................................................................................................................................................

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Copyrights..................................................................................................................................................

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Updating the Firmware.............................................................................................................................

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Where to Inquire.......................................................................................................................................

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Trademarks.....................................................................................................................................................

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INDEX...........................................................................................................................................................

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Introduction

Copyrights to Images

When projecting images using the projector, be careful not to infringe the copyright of protected materials.

The following are examples that may infringe the copyright of protected materials.

Broadcasting images or movies for commercial purposes

Modifying images or movies using functions such as freeze, magnify, or zoom to broadcast images for commercial purposes or public viewing

Varying the aspect ratio of images or movies using a function that changes the screen size to broadcast images for commercial purposes or public viewing

Important

In no event will the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages as a result of handling or operating the machine.

The manufacturer shall not be responsible for any damage or expense that might result from the use of parts other than genuine parts from the manufacturer with your office products.

Notes to Users Viewing 3D Images

Pay attention to the following points when viewing images using 3D glasses with the projector:

You need 3D glasses to view 3D images. The projector uses DLP Link technology to synchronize with 3D glasses. You need to use the optional 3D glasses that support DLP Link (RICOH PJ 3D Glasses Type 2).

How 3D images are viewed may vary according to the individual.

Do not use 3D glasses for viewing any material other than 3D images.

Before viewing 3D images, make sure to read the manuals provided with your 3D glasses and 3D compatible content.

Avoid viewing 3D images for a long period of time. Take a break of 15 minutes or longer after every hour of viewing.

If you feel sick while viewing 3D images, stop viewing them. If you continue to feel sick, consult a doctor.

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When viewing 3D images in a room where an LED lighting system or fluorescent lights are used, you may feel that the light in the room flickers. If this is the case, dim the lights until you do not notice any flickers, or turn off the lights.

If you or any member of your family has a history of light-sensitive seizures, consult a doctor before viewing 3D images.

To view 3D images, sit in front of the screen so that your eyes are parallel and level with the screen.

Viewing 3D images from a place that is too close to the screen may result in eye strain. The distance between the screen and you should be at least three times the height of the screen.

Adult supervision is required for children using 3D glasses.

Viewing 3D images is not recommended for children under 6 years old. It may negatively affect development of their vision. Consult a doctor before using 3D glasses.

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Manuals Provided with the Projector

Manuals for the Projector

Read this manual carefully before you use the projector.

Refer to the manuals that are relevant to what you want to do with the projector.

The manuals are provided in various formats.

Adobe® Acrobat® Reader®/Adobe Reader must be installed in order to view the manuals as PDF files.

Read This First

Provides information about safe usage of the projector.

To avoid injury and prevent damage to the projector, be sure to read the section of this manual entitled Safety Information.

Start Guide

Provides basic information about how to install the projector and how to project images. Since the contents of this manual are a summary of Operating Instructions, see Operating Instructions for detailed information.

Operating Instructions

Provide information about how to install the projector, how to project images using the projector, and how to configure the projector. It also provides information about troubleshooting and maintenance.

The CD-ROM includes only the English manual. For other languages, download the latest version from the Web site.

• The following software products are referred to using general names:

Product name

General name

 

 

RICOH JPEG Conversion Tool Type A

JPEG Conversion Tool

 

 

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How to Read This Manual

Symbols

This manual uses the following symbols:

Indicates points to pay attention to when using the projector.

Indicates supplementary explanations of the projector’s functions, and instructions on resolving user errors.

[ ]

Indicates the names of buttons on the control panel and remote control. It also indicates items displayed on the menu screens.

(mainly Europe and Asia)

(mainly North America)

Differences in the functions of Region A and Region B models are indicated by two symbols. Read the information indicated by the symbol that corresponds to the region of the model you are using. For details about which symbol corresponds to the model you are using, see page 10 "Model-Specific Information".

Notes

Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. Two kinds of size notation are employed in this manual.

Some illustrations in this manual might be slightly different from the machine.

Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.

Depending on which country you are in, certain units may be optional. For details, please contact your local dealer.

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Model-Specific Information

This section explains how you can identify the region your projector belongs to.

There is a label on the bottom of the projector, located in the position shown below. The label contains details that identify the region your projector belongs to. Read the label.

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The following information is region-specific. Read the information under the symbol that corresponds to the region of your projector.

(mainly Europe and Asia)

If the label contains the following, your projector is a region A model:

• CODE XXXX -27

(mainly North America)

If the label contains the following, your projector is a region B model:

CODE XXXX -17

Dimensions in this manual are given in two units of measure: metric and inch. If your projector is a Region A model, refer to the metric units. If your projector is a Region B model, refer to the inch units.

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1. Preparations for Using the Projector

This chapter explains the names and functions of the different parts of the projector and remote control, and how to use them. It also explains how to position the projector and how to connect it to other equipment.

Main Functions

The projector features the following functions that you can use.

Auto eco function

The projector switches the lamp power automatically by detecting the brightness of the projecting location and image signals. This function is useful for energy saving.

Quick on

The projector starts projection automatically if the image signals are input even while in standby.

Auto keystone function

The projector automatically adjusts the shape of the projected image according to the angle at which the projector is positioned.

Automatic focus function (RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N only)

The projector automatically adjusts the focus when you turn on the projector and reposition it.

AV Mute/Freeze

Pressing the [AV Mute] button mutes the sound and blanks the screen. Pressing the [Freeze] button freezes the image temporarily.

Magnify/Zoom

Pressing the [Magnify] button enlarges the projected image. Pressing the [Zoom] button reduces the projected image.

Timer function

Pressing the [Timer] button displays the countdown timer on the projection screen. You can check the elapsed time on the projection screen.

Wall color mode

You can adjust the hue of the image in accordance with the color of the wall on which it is projected.

Password setting/Key lock

You can specify a password for the projector to limit the people that can use it. The buttons on the control panel can be disabled with the key lock setting to prevent misoperation.

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Administrator authentication

Enable administrator authentication so that only the administrator can change the security settings. This improves the security of the projector because general users cannot change the settings.

User logo function

The projector can project a registered logo or image when there is no signal or when it is starting up.

Presentations without a computer

The projector can project JPEG and MPEG files stored on a USB memory device or a digital camera.

It is possible to convert PowerPoint materials to JPEG format using JPEG Conversion Tool and then project them using the projector.

Mouse remote control (RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N/WX4240N only)

You can operate the mouse pointer on a computer by using the remote control provided with the projector.

QuickProjection

QuickProjection is an application that is provided with the projector and is used for connecting the projector and a computer to project images.

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Checking the Accessories

Checking the Accessories

The projector is provided with the following accessories. Make sure that everything is included in the package.

If anything is missing or damaged, contact your sales representative or service representative.

Read This First

Start Guide

Remote control

AAA battery LR03

CD-ROM

RGB cable

Power cord

Warranty card

Mouse remote control receiver

(RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N/WX4240N only)

Carrying bag

(RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N only)

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The bundled accessories may vary depending on the location that this product was purchased.

Use only the RGB cable and power cord provided with the projector.

The various applications are on the provided CD-ROM. For instructions about using the applications, see page 56 "How to Use JPEG Conversion Tool", page 68 "How to Use QuickProjection", and page 133 "Managing the Projector Using Projector Management Utility".

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Projector Parts and Their Functions

Projector Parts and Their Functions

Exterior

The illustrations below depict the RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N.

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1.Lamp cover

Remove to replace the lamp.

2.Zoom lever/Focus lever

Zoom lever (RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N) Adjusts the size of the projected image.

Focus lever (RICOH PJ X4240N/WX4240N) Adjusts the focus of the projected image.

3.Illuminance sensor

Measures the brightness of the projecting location.

4.Control panel

See page 17 "Control Panel".

5.AC In socket

For connecting the power cord set provided with the projector.

6.Exhaust vents

Releases hot air from inside the projector.

7.Lens

Enlarges and projects the image (light).

8.Remote control receiver

Receives the signal from the remote control.

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9.Adjustable feet

Adjusts the angle of the projection. Adjustable feet are located on the left and right sides on the projector.

10.Intake vents

For circulating air from the outside to cool the projector.

11.LED indicators

You can confirm the status of the projector by referring to the LED indicators. The left LED shows the status of the lamp, and the right LED shows the temperature inside the projector. For details, see page 115 "Indicator Display List".

12.Speaker

Outputs the audio input from an external device.

13.Security slot

For connecting an anti-theft cable.

14.Security bar

For connecting an anti-theft cable or chain.

The top of the projector is covered with a protective film when it is shipped. Remove the film before using the projector.

Ports on the Projector

The illustrations below depict the RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N.

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1.Computer1 In port (Y/Pb/Pr)

For inputting RGB signals from a computer or component image signals (Y/Pb/Pr) from a video player.

2.Computer2 In/Monitor Out port

For inputting RGB signals, or outputting the image signals input into the "Computer1 In port" to an external display device. You can switch the purpose of this port in [Computer 2 Terminal] under [Default Settings 1].

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Projector Parts and Their Functions

3.Video In port

For inputting image signals from a video player.

4.HDMI port

For inputting HDMI signals from a computer or video player.

5.Audio In port

For inputting audio signals from a computer or video player.

6.Audio Out port

For outputting audio signals to an external speaker.

7.LAN port

For connecting an Ethernet cable.

8.USB port

For connecting a USB memory device or USB device cable.

Control Panel

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1.Arrow buttons

Used to operate the menu screen and the value bar. The [] and [] buttons are used to adjust the keystone distortion. The [] and [] buttons are used to adjust the volume.

2.[Enter] button

Enters the selected item or mode.

3.[Menu] button

Displays the menu screen. Press it again to close the menu screen.

4.[Input] button

Switches the signal input. The input signal changes each time the button is pressed.

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5.[Power] button

Turns the projector on and off. You can confirm the status of the projector with the indicator.

On: Power is on.

Off: Power is off.

Flashing at 1 or 3 second intervals: Standby.

Flashing at short intervals: Starting up or cooling.

6.[Focus] button/[Eco] button

[Focus] button (RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N)

Adjusts the focus manually. Press it, and then adjust the focus using the [] and [] buttons.

[Eco] button (RICOH PJ X4240N/WX4240N)

Displays the [Energy Saving Settings] screen. On the [Energy Saving Settings] screen, you can specify the energy saving settings for the lamp.

7.[AV Mute] button

Temporarily blanks the screen and mutes the audio. The button lights up blue when the projector is muted.

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Remote Control Parts and Their Functions

Remote Control Parts and Their Functions

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1.[Menu] button

Displays the menu screen. Press it again to close the menu screen.

2.[Input] button

Switches the signal input. The input signal changes each time the button is pressed.

3.[AV Mute] button

Temporarily blanks the screen and mutes the audio. For details, see page 47 "Temporarily Blanking the Image and Muting the Audio".

4.Arrow buttons

Used to operate the menu screen and the value bar.

5.Number buttons

Used to enter numbers.

6.[Power] button

Turns the projector on and off.

7.[Freeze] button

Temporarily freezes the image. For details, see page 48 "Freezing the Image".

8.[Magnify] button

Displays the magnification ratio bar. Press it, and then specify the magnification ratio using the [] and [] buttons. For details, page 46 "Enlarging the Image".

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9.[Enter] button

Enters the selected item or mode.

10.[Zoom] button

Displays the digital zoom bar. Press it, and then adjust the size of the projected image using the [] and [] buttons. For details, see page 42 "Reducing the size of the projected image".

11.[Focus] button

RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N

Adjusts the focus manually. Press it, and then adjust the focus using the [] and [] buttons. For details, see page 43 "Adjusting the focus of RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N".

RICOH PJ X4240N/WX4240N This button is not used.

12.[Keystone] button

Displays the keystone adjustment bar. Press it, and then adjust the keystone distortion using the [] and [] buttons. For details, page 44 "Adjusting for Keystone Distortion".

13.[Volume] button

Displays the volume control bar. Press it, and then adjust the volume of the speaker using the [] and [] buttons. For details, see page 46 "Adjusting the Volume of the Speaker".

14.[Timer] button

Displays the presentation timer. For details, see page 49 "Using the Presentation Timer".

15.[ID] button

Registers the remote control ID. For details, see page 25 "Operating Multiple Projectors with the Remote Control".

16.[R-Click] button

RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N/WX4240N

Used to operate the computer with the remote control. It is the same as the right-click button on a mouse. This button can be used when the mouse remote control receiver is connected to a computer.

RICOH PJ X4240N This button is not used.

17.[Page] buttons

RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N/WX4240N

Changes the image while projecting images from a USB device or a projection server. Press [] to go to the next page. Press [ ] to go to the previous page.

When the mouse remote control receiver is connected to a computer, these buttons can be used to change slides, such as in a PowerPoint presentation.

RICOH PJ X4240N

Changes the image while projecting images from a USB device or a projection server. Press [] to go to the next page. Press [ ] to go to the previous page.

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Remote Control Parts and Their Functions

18.[Eco] button

Displays the [Energy Saving Settings] screen. On the [Energy Saving Settings] screen, you can specify the energy saving settings for the lamp. For details, see page 48 "Specifying the Lamp Settings".

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How to Use the Remote Control

You can use the remote control to turn the projector on and off, and to change the signal of the image being input and projected. You can also enlarge or reduce the image and mute the audio.

Note the following precautions when using the remote control:

Do not drop or hit the remote control.

Do not place the remote control in a place that is very hot or very humid.

Do not get the remote control wet. Also, do not place it on anything that is wet.

Do not dismantle the remote control.

Effective Range of the Remote Control

Point the remote control at the remote control receiver on the projector to use it.

The effective range of the remote control is about 5 meters (16.4 feet) from the receiver and at an angle of about 15 degrees to the remote control receiver on the projector.

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1.Distance: up to 5 meters (16.4 feet)

2.Angle: within 15 degrees

The remote control may not be effective in some areas and in some conditions. If this happens, point the remote control at the projector and try it again.

The remote control may not work if the remote control receiver on the projector is exposed to sunlight, fluorescent light, or strong light.

You can use the remote control from behind the projector by reflecting the signal off of the screen. However, the effective range may change depending on the shape and material of the screen.

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How to Use the Remote Control

Loading Batteries into the Remote Control

For safe operation, follow the warnings below regarding the batteries used in the remote control. If you use the batteries incorrectly, it may result in fire or injury due to batteries leaking or exploding.

Do not use batteries other than the ones specified.

Do not mix and use batteries that are different types or that are new and old.

• Correctly insert batteries according to the polarity (/ ).

Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries.

Do not heat or throw the batteries into fire or water.

Do not connect the positive and negative terminals on a battery with a wire.

Remove the batteries from the remote control that are past their suggested use period or that are depleted.

Remove the batteries when they will not be used for extended periods.

Keep the batteries out of the reach of children. Children may swallow or choke on the batteries. If this happens, contact a doctor immediately.

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1.Remove the battery cover from the remote control.

2.Insert the batteries.

Note the direction of the positive and negative terminals when inserting the batteries.

3.Close the battery cover.

Replace the batteries if the remote control does not work or if the effective distance becomes too narrow.

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1. Preparations for Using the Projector

Inputting Text

Use the keyboard that is displayed on screen to input text on the setting screen.

1.Use the [], [], [], and [] buttons on the remote control to select a character on the screen.

The selected character is highlighted in orange.

2.Press the [Enter] button.

The selected character appears in the text area.

3.After inputting all the characters, select [OK].

4.Press the [Enter] button.

The text is input.

• You can also use the number buttons on the remote control to input numbers.

Operating a Computer with the Remote Control

You can operate a computer using the projector's remote control. This function can be used when the mouse remote control receiver is connected to a computer.

This function is available with RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N/WX4240N.

A computer with a USB port that supports USB 2.0 can be used. Supported operating systems are Windows XP, Vista, and 7.

Connect the mouse remote control receiver to a computer only when operating the computer with the remote control. When operating the projector with the remote control while the mouse remote control receiver is connected to the computer, the pointer on the computer screen also moves according to the key operations of the remote control.

1. Connect the mouse remote control receiver to the computer.

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How to Use the Remote Control

2. Point the remote control at the mouse remote control receiver and press the buttons.

1

2

3

4

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1.Arrow buttons

Moves the mouse pointer. Press the button that corresponds to the direction you want to move the pointer.

2.[Enter] button

Left clicks.

3.[R-Click] button

Right clicks.

4.[Page] buttons

The [] and [ ] buttons change the pages in a PowerPoint presentation.

Some computers cannot be operated using the projector's remote control.

The remote control may not work if the mouse remote control receiver is exposed to sunlight, fluorescent light, or strong light. If this happens, change the position or orientation of the mouse remote control receiver.

To drag-and-drop, hold down the [Enter] button while moving the pointer with the arrow buttons, and then release the button at the targeted location.

Operating Multiple Projectors with the Remote Control

You can operate multiple projectors with a single remote control. It is possible to operate a maximum of four projectors.

You need to specify an ID number to assign to each projector in [Remote Control ID] under [Default Settings 2] in advance.

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1.Press and hold the [ID] button and then press a number button from 1 to 4 for at least three seconds.

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The ID number assigned to the remote control is changed to the number you pressed.

2. Operate the projector.

The remote control cannot operate a projector unless the ID on the remote control is the same as the controller ID specified in [Default Settings 2].

The ID number specified in the remote control is effective until a different ID number is specified.

The ID number in the remote control must be specified again if the batteries are changed.

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Positioning the Projector

Positioning the Projector

When positioning the projector, place it so that the projector's lens faces the screen. Make sure the projector and the screen are parallel to each other.

Adjust the distance between the projector and the screen according to the size of the projected image. For details, see page 28 "Relationship Between the Projection Distance and the Screen Size".

Projection Mode

If a projector is incorrectly installed on a wall or ceiling, it may fall down and cause an injury. Contact your sales or service representative if you want to install a projector on a wall or ceiling.

Use brackets that are strong enough to support the projector. The projector weighs about 3.1 kg (6.9 lb.).

The projector must be installed in a location that is sturdy enough to support the full weight of the projector and brackets.

You can position the projector in one of four ways.

Select the setting according to the position of the projector in [Projection Mode] under [Default Settings 2]. For details, see page 95 "Default Settings 2 Menu".

1. Standard

 

2. Rear

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Ceiling

 

4. Rear Ceiling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1.Standard

The projector is placed in front of a screen onto which the images are projected.

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2.Rear

The projector is placed behind a screen onto which the images are projected.

3.Ceiling

The projector is mounted on the ceiling in front of a screen onto which the images are projected.

4.Rear Ceiling

The projector is mounted on the ceiling behind a screen onto which the images are projected.

Relationship Between the Projection Distance and the Screen Size

The size of the projected image varies according to the distance from the projector to the screen.

Refer to the following tables to position the projector in a suitable position. The projection sizes presented in tables are for a full size image without keystone adjustment. The projection distance becomes shortest when the zoom lever is at the end of the wide side, and longest when the zoom lever is at the end of the tele side.

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RICOH PJ X3340N

 

 

a

b

Projection size

Projection distance

Projection height

 

Shortest

Longest

 

 

 

 

 

 

30 inches

0.68 m (2.22 feet)

1.05 m (3.45 feet)

4 cm (1 inch)

 

 

 

 

40 inches

0.92 m (3.02 feet)

1.41 m (4.64 feet)

5 cm (2 inches)

 

 

 

 

60 inches

1.40 m (4.58 feet)

2.13 m (6.99 feet)

7 cm (3 inches)

 

 

 

 

80 inches

1.87 m (6.12 feet)

2.86 m (9.38 feet)

10 cm (4 inches)

 

 

 

 

100 inches

2.34 m (7.68 feet)

3.58 m (11.75feet)

12 cm (5 inches)

 

 

 

 

120 inches

2.82 m (9.24 feet)

4.31 m (14.12 feet)

14 cm (6 inches)

 

 

 

 

150 inches

3.54 m (11.60 feet)

5.39 m (17.67 feet)

18 cm (7 inches)

 

 

 

 

200 inches

4.73 m (15.50 feet)

7.20 m (23.61 feet)

24 cm (9 inches)

 

 

 

 

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RICOH PJ WX3340N

 

 

a

b

Projection size

Projection distance

Projection height

 

Shortest

Longest

 

 

 

 

 

 

40 inches

0.77 m (2.53 feet)

1.20 m (3.94 feet)

3 cm (1 inch)

 

 

 

 

60 inches

1.18 m (3.87 feet)

1.80 m (5.92 feet)

5 cm (2 inches)

 

 

 

 

80 inches

1.58 m (5.18 feet)

2.42 m (7.92 feet)

6 cm (2 inches)

 

 

 

 

100 inches

1.98 m (6.50 feet)

3.03 m (9.94 feet)

8 cm (3 inches)

 

 

 

 

120 inches

2.39 m (7.84 feet)

3.65 m (11.98 feet)

9 cm (4 inches)

 

 

 

 

150 inches

2.99 m (9.81 feet)

4.57 m (14.98 feet)

11 cm (4 inches)

 

 

 

 

200 inches

4.00 m (13.12 feet)

6.10 m (20.01 feet)

15 cm (6 inches)

 

 

 

 

240 inches

4.81 m (15.79 feet)

7.33 m (24.06 feet)

18 cm (7 inches)

 

 

 

 

RICOH PJ X4240N

Projection size

a

b

Projection distance

Projection height

 

 

 

 

50 inches

0.59 m (1.94 feet)

6 cm (2 inches)

 

 

 

60 inches

0.72 m (2.36 feet)

7 cm (3 inches)

 

 

 

70 inches

0.85 m (2.78 feet)

8 cm (3 inches)

 

 

 

80 inches

0.97 m (3.20 feet)

10 cm (4 inches)

 

 

 

90 inches

1.10 m (3.62 feet)

11 cm (4 inches)

 

 

 

100 inches

1.23 m (4.04 feet)

12 cm (5 inches)

 

 

 

110 inches

1.36 m (4.46 feet)

13 cm (5 inches)

 

 

 

120 inches

1.49 m (4.88 feet)

14 cm (6 inches)

 

 

 

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RICOH PJ WX4240N

Projection size

a

b

Projection distance

Projection height

 

 

 

 

60 inches

0.61 m (2.00 feet)

5 cm (2 inches)

 

 

 

70 inches

0.72 m (2.35 feet)

5 cm (2 inches)

 

 

 

80 inches

0.83 m (2.71 feet)

6 cm (2 inches)

 

 

 

90 inches

0.94 m (3.07 feet)

7 cm (3 inches)

 

 

 

100 inches

1.04 m (3.43 feet)

8 cm (3 inches)

 

 

 

110 inches

1.15 m (3.78 feet)

8 cm (3 inches)

 

 

 

120 inches

1.26 m (4.14 feet)

9 cm (4 inches)

 

 

 

140 inches

1.48 m (4.85 feet)

11 cm (4 inches)

 

 

 

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Connecting Equipment to the Projector

Connecting Equipment to the Projector

Do not place the power cord and connection cable in a way that might cause someone to trip and fall. The product might fall over and cause an injury.

Various equipments can be connected to the projector.

Turn off the power to any equipment before connecting it to the projector. Be sure to read the manual for the applicable equipment before connecting it to the projector.

Connecting a Computer

Some computers cannot be connected to the projector. Before connecting a computer to the projector, check the output terminals and signal compatibility.

Using an RGB cable

Connect an RGB cable to the Computer1 In port of the projector and to the RGB output of a computer. To output audio from the speaker on the projector, connect an audio cable to the Audio In port of the projector and to the audio output of a computer.

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Use the RGB cable provided with the projector.

You can also use the Computer2 In/Monitor Out port to input RGB signals if [Computer 2 Terminal] in [Default Settings 1] is specified as [Input].

Using an HDMI cable

Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI ports of the projector and the computer.

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Using a DVI-to-HDMI cable

To input a DVI signal to the projector, connect a DVI-to-HDMI cable to the HDMI port of the projector and to the DVI output of a computer. To output audio from the speaker on the projector, connect an audio cable to the Audio In port of the projector and to the audio output of a computer.

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• You can use a DVI-to-HDMI conversion adapter instead of a DVI-to-HDMI cable.

Using an Ethernet cable

Connect an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet interface of the projector and to a network device such as a hub. To use the projector via a network, you must specify settings such as the IP address. For details, see page 62 "Connecting the Projector to a Network".

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• Use an Ethernet cable that is shielded.

Using a wireless LAN

The RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N/WX4240N are equipped with a wireless connectivity function. To use the projector via a network, you must specify settings such as the IP address. For details, see

page 62 "Connecting the Projector to a Network".

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Connecting Equipment to the Projector

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Connecting AV Equipment

Use a cable that supports the signal being input when connecting AV equipment.

Using an HDMI cable

Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI ports of the projector and the AV equipment.

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Some devices may not operate properly when connected using HDMI.

Use only an HDMI cable that has the HDMI logo. To input 1080p image signals, use a high-speed HDMI cable. A conventional HDMI cable may not work properly.

Using a video cable

Connect a video cable to the Video In port of the projector and to the video output of AV equipment. To output audio from the speaker on the projector, connect an audio cable to the Audio In Port of the projector and to the audio output of AV equipment.

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Using a D-sub to component video cable

Connect a D-sub to component video cable to the Computer1 In port of the projector and to the Y/Pb/Pr output of the AV equipment. To output audio from the speaker on the projector, connect an audio cable to the Audio In Port of the projector and to the audio output of AV equipment.

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Connecting an External Display Device

You can display the projected image on another display simultaneously by connecting the projector and the external display device. The image signals input into the Computer1 In port can be displayed on an external display device.

To connect an external display, specify [Computer 2 Terminal] to [Output]. Then connect an RGB cable to the Computer2 In/Monitor Out port of the projector and the RGB input of an external display device.

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Only the image input from a computer or AV equipment is displayed on the external display device. Images generated by the projector, such as menu screens, are not displayed on the external display device.

Use the external display device's settings to adjust its display.

Connecting an External Speaker

You can output the audio signal to an external speaker. To connect an external speaker, connect an audio cable to the Audio Out port of the projector and the audio input of an external speaker.

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There is no sound output from the projector's speaker when an external speaker is connected.

You can adjust the sound output from the external speaker by using the [Volume] button.

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2. Projecting an Image

This chapter explains the procedure for projecting an image.

Precautions for Using the Projector

Do not use any power sources other than those that match the specifications shown. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.

Do not use any frequencies other than those that match the specifications shown. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.

The supplied power cord is for use with this machine only. Do not use it with other appliances. Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.

It is dangerous to handle the power cord plug with wet hands. Doing so could result in electric shock.

Do not place the power cord and connection cable in front of the lens or exhaust vents when the product is turned on. Doing so may result in fire.

Do not look into the lens or vent when the product is on. The bright light may damage your eyes. Be especially careful in an environment with children.

Do not place low heat resistant material near the exhaust vents. Hot air may come from the exhaust vents, resulting in damage to the product or an accident.

Do not place the power cord and connection cable in a way that might cause someone to trip and fall. The product might fall over and cause an injury.

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Push the power plug all the way into the power outlet. Do not use a power outlet with a loose connection. Doing so may result in heat buildup. Plug the power cord in the correct direction into the base. If they are not plugged in correctly, it could result in smoke, fire, or electric shock.

When disconnecting the power cord from the wall outlet, always pull the plug, not the cord. Pulling the cord can damage the power cord. Use of damaged power cords could result in fire or electric shock.

Do not block the projection light when it is on. If you do so, the part that is blocking the projection light may get quite hot and deform, deteriorate or cause a burn or fire. The reflected light may make the lens hot and cause a product failure. To temporarily suspend projection, select the mute function. To suspend longer, turn off the product.

Power Source

(mainly Europe and Asia)

RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N: 220–240 V, 1.6 A or more, 50/60Hz RICOH PJ X4240N/WX4240N: 220–240 V, 1.7 A or more, 50/60Hz

(mainly North America)

RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N: 120 V, 3.4 A or more, 60Hz RICOH PJ X4240N/WX4240N: 120 V, 3.7 A or more, 60Hz

Please be sure to connect the power cord to a power source as above.

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Basic Operations

Basic Operations

Position the projector squarely in front of the screen and connect the projector and equipment before using the projector. For details, see page 27 "Positioning the Projector" and page 31 "Connecting Equipment to the Projector".

If [Key Lock] in [Default Settings 2] is specified as [On], you cannot operate the projector from its control panel. Use the remote control.

If you press a button that is disabled, the projector beeps and an error icon appears on the screen.

If [Beep] in [Default Settings 1] is specified as [Off], the projector does not beep.

Projecting an Image

1.Insert the connector of the power cord set into the AC In socket on the lens side of the projector.

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2.Insert the power plug into a power outlet.

When [Power On Method] in [Default Settings 2] is specified as [Auto.], the projector turns on in this step. Proceed to Step 4.

3.Press the [Power] button.

The projector beeps and the indicator flashes blue. The start-up screen is displayed.

4.Turn on the equipment that is connected to the projector.

The input signal is detected automatically and the image is projected.

To project the image of a video player, press the play button on the video player.

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To project a laptop computer's screen, switch the computer's image output. For details, see page 39 "When projecting the screen of a laptop computer".

5.If the projected image is not the one that you wanted to project, press the [Input] button to switch the input signal.

The input signal changes each time the [Input] button is pressed.

• Do not place anything near the power outlet.

The password input screen is displayed if a password for the projector is specified in [Startup Password] under [Default Settings 2]. Enter a password.

Specify the display language and network settings on the start menu the first time you turn on the projector after you purchase it. For details, see page 38 "When the start menu is displayed".

The start-up screen closes shortly after appearing. You can specify that the start-up screen not appear in [Start-up Screen] under [Default Settings 1].

In Step 5, the input signal selection screen appears if [Off] is specified for [Auto Input Search] in [Default Settings 1]. Select a signal that is compatible with the equipment that is connected.

The standby screen for the network input is displayed if the signal is lost or there is no signal being input from the connected equipment. Check that the equipment is turned on and that it is properly connected to the projector.

If the projector does not support the input signal, a "Unsupported signal" message is displayed.

The motion of images in videos projected using the DVD software on a computer may seem unnatural.

The projector's focus may shift slightly if the temperature in the room changes or during the first 30 minutes after the projector is turned on. Readjust the focus if this happens. The focus is more stable when the temperature is stable.

The brightness of the image may vary temporarily because the lamp may automatically adjust to maintain its condition.

When the start menu is displayed

When the projector is turned on for the first time after it is purchased, specify the display language and network settings.

1.Select the display language, and then press the [Enter] button.

2.Specify the network settings on the [Network Setting Wizard] screen.

To skip the network settings, select [Cancel]. For details about how to use the [Network Setting Wizard] screen, see page 62 "Connecting the Projector to a Network".

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The display language can also be changed in the menu screen. For details, see page 95 "Default Settings 2 Menu".

You can also open the [Network Setting Wizard] screen in the menu screen. For details, see page 99 "Network Settings Menu".

When projecting the screen of a laptop computer

When connecting a laptop computer to the projector, switch the computer's image output.

In Windows operating systems, the image output can be switched with a function key. While pressing and holding the [Fn] key, press the key, the key, or the LCD/VGA function key.

Examples of various computers

 

 

Computer brand

Key combination

 

 

 

 

MSI

[Fn] + [F2]

 

 

 

 

Everex, Mitsubishi, NEC, Panasonic, Sotec

[Fn] + [F3]

 

 

 

 

Gateway, HP

[Fn] + [F4]

 

 

 

 

acer, Sharp, Sotec, Toshiba

[Fn] + [F5]

 

 

 

 

Hitachi, IBM, lenovo, Sony

[Fn] + [F7]

 

 

 

 

Asus, Dell, Epson, Hitachi

[Fn] + [F8]

 

 

 

 

Fujitsu

[Fn] + [F10]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Depending on the computer, the image may not be projected properly if it is displayed on the computer's LCD display while being projected onto the screen by the projector. If this happens, turn off the computer's LCD display. For details about switching the display, see the manual provided with the computer.

Turning Off the Projector

Unplug the power cord if the projector will not be used for an extended period of time.

After disconnecting the power cord, wait at least 1 second before connecting the power cord again. Not doing so may result in a malfunction.

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1.Press the [Power] button.

The confirm screen appears.

2.Press the [Power] button.

The projector beeps and enters the standby mode.

3.Disconnect the power cord.

After turning the lamp off, wait about five minutes for the lamp to cool before turning the lamp on again. The lamp may not light if it is very hot.

The projector turns off as soon as the power cord is disconnected (direct power off).

You can specify the settings for saving energy in standby mode in [Energy Saving Settings]. For details, see page 90 "Energy Saving Settings Menu".

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Adjusting the Projected Image

Adjusting the Projected Image

Adjusting the Angle of the Projection

You can adjust the height of the projected image by using the adjustable feet to change the angle of the projector.

1.Lift the lens side of the projector.

2.While holding the lever ( 1 ), adjust the length of the adjustable feet ( 2 ).

Adjust the height of the right and left adjustable feet so the projector is level.

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2

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The projector automatically adjusts the projected image for keystone distortion according to the projection angle. If [Auto Keystone] in [Display Settings] is specified as [Off], manually adjust for keystone distortion. For details, see page 44 "Adjusting for Keystone Distortion".

Changing the Size of the Projected Image

If the size of the projected image does not fit the screen, you can change the size of the projected image.

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Reducing the size of the projected image

The image can be reduced by 80 to 100% using the digital zoom function.

1.Press the [Zoom] button.

The value bar appears at the bottom of the screen.

2.Adjust the size of the projected image using the [] and [] buttons.

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Press the [] button to reduce the size of the projected image. Press the [] button to enlarge the size of the projected image. The image is enlarged until it reaches the original size.

• The image may sometimes be disrupted while it is reduced.

Enlarging the size of the projected image

The image can be enlarged by 100 to 150% using the optical zoom function. The optical zoom function is available with RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N.

1. Move the zoom lever to adjust the size of the projected image.

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Adjusting the Projected Image

Adjusting the Focus

Adjust the focus of the projected image.

Adjusting the focus of RICOH PJ X3340N/WX3340N

The focus is automatically adjusted by the automatic focus function. The automatic focus function works when you turn on the projector, move the zoom lever, and reposition the projector.

The effective range of the automatic focus function is the following:

RICOH PJ X3340N: 0.92 to 5.39 m (3.02 to 17.67 feet)

RICOH PJ WX3340N: 0.77 to 4.57 m (2.53 to 14.98 feet)

When projecting an image beyond the effective range of the automatic focus function or the focus is not adjusted for some other reason, adjust the focus manually.

1.Press the [Focus] button.

2.Adjust the focus using the [] and [] buttons.

The automatic focus function may not work correctly for the following types of screens:

Highly reflective screen such as a whiteboard

Black matte screen

Adjusting the focus of RICOH PJ X4240N/WX4240N

1.Move the focus lever to adjust the focus.

The shape of the projected image changes slightly when the focus lever is moved.

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Adjusting for Keystone Distortion

If the projector is placed at an angle, the projected image will be distorted. This is called keystone distortion.

If [Auto Keystone] in [Display Settings] is specified as [Off], manually adjust for keystone distortion.

1.Press the [Keystone] button.

The value bar appears at the bottom of the screen.

2.Adjust the keystone distortion using the [] and [] buttons.

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Press the [] button to decrease the width of the bottom of the projected image. Press the [] button to decrease the width of the top of the projected image.

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Adjusting the Projected Image

Some data may be lost or the image quality may be degraded depending on the degree of the keystone adjustment and the type of the image.

You can manually adjust for keystone distortion even if [Auto Keystone] is specified as [On]. However, if you change the angle of the projector, it is automatically adjusted again.

The keystone adjustment level stays registered even if the projector is turned off. We recommend that you specify [Auto Keystone] to [Off] if the projector and screen are permanently installed.

You can also adjust the keystone distortion from the control panel on the projector.

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Operations while Projecting Images

Adjusting the Volume of the Speaker

Do not increase the volume unless you are listening while increasing the volume. Also, lower the volume before turning off the power, because a loud sound may be emitted when the power is turned on and cause hearing damage.

1.Press the [Volume] button.

The value bar appears at the bottom of the screen.

2.Adjust the volume using the [] and [] buttons.

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Press the [] button to decrease the volume. Press the [] button to increase the volume.

• You can also adjust the volume of the speaker from the control panel on the projector.

Enlarging the Image

Enlarges and displays a part of the image. The image can be enlarged in a range of 100 to 200%. The enlarged image becomes grainy due to the digital processing.

1.Press the [Magnify] button.

The value bar appears at the bottom of the screen.

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Operations while Projecting Images

2. Adjust the magnification ratio using the [] and [] buttons.

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PQRST

Zabcdef pqrstuvw

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Press the [] button to decrease the magnification ratio. Press the [] button to increase the magnification ratio.

3.Press the [Enter] button.

4.Move the display position using the [], [], [], and [] buttons.

ABCDEFGHIJKL MNOPQRSTUV WXYZabcdefghijk lmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567891011 12131415161718

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To change the magnification ratio, press the [Enter] button, and then repeat Step 2.

5. To cancel this function, press the [Magnify] button again.

The Magnify function is canceled automatically if any operation is performed.

The image may sometimes be disrupted while it is enlarged or while moving the enlarged portion.

Temporarily Blanking the Image and Muting the Audio

Temporarily blanks the screen and mutes the audio.

This is useful when projecting images from another projector or an OHP.

1.Press the [AV Mute] button.

The image blanks and the audio mutes.

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2.To cancel this function, press the [AV Mute] button again.

An icon appears on the screen when mute is used.

The mute function is canceled automatically if any button on the control panel is pressed.

You can also use the [AV Mute] button on the projector's control panel.

Freezing the Image

Freezes the video or moving image that is being projected.

1.Press the [Freeze] button.

The image freezes.

2.To unfreeze the image, press the [Freeze] button again.

An icon appears on the screen when freeze is used.

The Freeze function is canceled automatically if any operation is performed.

When the [Freeze] button is pressed, the image that is being projected at that time is stored in memory, and that image is projected. Because of this, even though the projector has paused the image, the equipment continues to play the video.

Specifying the Lamp Settings

Specify the lamp settings to save energy or to make images brighter according to how you use the projector. You can select the following modes in [Eco Mode]:

On (Auto)

Select this mode to save energy. In this mode, the following settings are automatically specified:

Lamp Power: [Auto]

Lamp Pwr on No Signal: [Eco]

Image Eco: [On]

On (Detailed)

Select this mode to specify [Lamp Power], [Lamp Pwr on No Signal], and [Image Eco] manually.

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