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Summary of Content for Yamaha DPX-1100 Projector Owner's Manual PDF

YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A. YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO M1S 3R1, CANADA YAMAHA ELECTRONIK EUROPA G.m.b.H. SIEMENSSTR. 22-34, 25462 RELLINGEN BEI HAMBURG, F.R. OF GERMANY YAMAHA ELECTRONIQUE FRANCE S.A. RUE AMBROISE CROIZAT BP70 CROISSY-BEAUBOURG 77312 MARNE-LA-VALLEE CEDEX02, FRANCE YAMAHA ELECTRONICS (UK) LTD. YAMAHA HOUSE, 200 RICKMANSWORTH ROAD WATFORD, HERTS WD18 7GQ, ENGLAND YAMAHA SCANDINAVIA A.B. J A WETTERGRENS GATA 1, BOX 30053, 400 43 VSTRA FRLUNDA, SWEDEN YAMAHA MUSIC AUSTRALIA PTY, LTD. 17-33 MARKET ST., SOUTH MELBOURNE, 3205 VIC., AUSTRALIA Printed in Japan WC71040-1

C2004 All Rights Reserved.

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Explanation of Graphical Symbols

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert you to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert you to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

WARNING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

1 Read these instructions.

2 Keep these instructions.

3 Heed all warnings.

4 Follow all instructions.

5 Do not use this apparatus near water.

6 Clean only with dry cloth.

7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding- type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

11 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

12 Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

15 Be sure to allow spaces of at least 30cm above, behind and on both sides the unit.

16 Do not place the following objects on this unit: A vessel with water in it. If the vessel falls by vibrations and water spills, it may cause damage to the unit, and/or you may get an electric shock.

IMPORTANT! Please record the serial number of this unit in the space below.

Model: Serial No.:

The serial number is located on the bottom of the unit. Retain this Owners Manual in a safe place for future reference.

CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE

COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED

SERVICE PERSONNEL.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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OBSERVERA Apparaten kopplas inte bort frn vxelstrmskllan (ntet) s lnge som den r ansluten till vgguttaget, ven om sjlva apparaten har stngts av.

ADVARSEL Netspendingen til dette apparat er IKKE afbrudt, slenge netledningen siddr i en stikkontakt, som er t endt ogs selvom der or slukket p apparatets afbryder.

VAROITUS Laitteen toisiopiiriin kytketty kyttkytkin ei irroita koko laitetta verkosta.

Alleen voor klanten in Nederland Bij dit product zijn batterijen geleverd. Wanneer deze leeg zijn, moet u ze niet weggooien maar inleveren als KCA.

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FCC INFORMATION (for US customers only)

1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT! This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.

2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA.

3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class B digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices.

This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices.

Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit OFF and ON, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:

Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.

Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.

In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to coaxial type cable.

If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Electronics Corp., U.S.A. 6660 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620.

The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.

We Want You Listening For A Lifetime

YAMAHA and the Electronic Industries Associations Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing. Since hearing damage from loud sounds is often undetectable until it is too late, YAMAHA and the Electronic Industries Associations Consumer Electronics Group recommend you to avoid prolonged exposure from excessive volume levels.

COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT (DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY PROCEDURE)

Responsible Party: Yamaha Electronics Corporation

Address: 6660 Orangethorpe Avenue

Buena Park, CA90620

Telephone: 714-522-9105

Fax: 714-670-0108

Type of Equipment: Projector

Model Name: DPX-1100

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

Operation is subject to the following conditions:

1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and

2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.

See the user manual instructions if interference to radio reception is suspected.

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Caution: Read this before operating this unit. To assure the finest performance, please read this manual

carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.

Installation

Install this unit in a well-ventilated, cool, dry, clean place with at least 30 cm (1 feet) clearance on the top, right and left, and at the back of this unit away from direct sunlight, heat sources, vibration, dust, moisture, and/or cold.

Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors, or transformers to avoid humming sounds. To prevent fire or electrical shock, do not place this unit where it may get exposed to rain, water, and/or any type of liquid.

Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from cold to hot, and do not locate this unit in an environment with high humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent condensation inside this unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.

On the top of this unit, do not place:

Other components, as they may cause damage and/or discoloration on the surface of this unit.

Burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.

Containers with liquid in them, as they may cause electrical shock to the user and/or damage to this unit.

Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain, etc. in order not to restrict heat dissipation. If the temperature inside this unit rises too much, it may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.

When installing this unit on the ceiling, make sure the ceiling has sufficient strength to support this unit and the ceiling mounts for an extended period of time. Installation must be performed only by qualified service personnel.

Operation

Remove the lens cover before starting any operation of this unit to prevent the heat from staying around the lens. Operation with the cap on may cause damage to this unit.

Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections are complete.

Only the voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. YAMAHA will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this unit with a voltage other than that specified.

Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.

Take care of this unit so that no foreign objects and/or liquid drop inside this unit.

To prevent damage by lightning, disconnect the power cable from the wall outlet during an electrical storm.

Do not look into the lens while this unit is turned on. It may cause serious damage to your eyesight.

Before moving this unit, press STANDBY/ON to set this unit in the standby mode, and disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.

Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified YAMAHA service personnel when any service is needed. The cabinet should never be opened for any reason.

When not planning to use this unit for a long period of time (i.e. vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.

When disconnecting the power cord from the wall outlet, grasp the plug; do not pull the cable.

Be sure to read the Troubleshooting section on common operating errors before concluding that this unit is faulty.

Others

Clean the lens carefully so as not to create any scratches by using a blower or lens paper.

Replace the lamp when the LAMP warning indicator blinks in red after the lamp usage has exceeded 2000 hours. Follow the lamp replacement procedure described in this manual.

For U.K. customers If the socket outlets in the home are not suitable for the plug supplied with this appliance, it should be cut off and an appropriate 3 pin plug fitted. For details, refer to the instructions described below.

Note

The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed, as a plug with bared flexible cord is hazardous if engaged in a live socket outlet.

IMPORTANT THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:

GREEN-AND-YELLOW: EARTH BLUE: NEUTRAL BROWN: LIVE

As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN- and-YELLOW. The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.

For Canadian customers To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot and fully insert. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES- 003.

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Table of contents

1 Getting started 2 Inappropriate places for installation........ 2 Accessory check .................................... 2

2 Features 3

3 Controls and functions 4

4 Remote control 6

5 Preparation 10

6 Projection 12 Checking installation and connections ... 12 Turning the projector power on ............ 13 Selecting an input signal ...................... 15 Adjusting the image ............................. 20

7 Menu 22 Menu configurations............................. 22 Menu items .......................................... 23 Menu operations .................................. 32

8 Memory function (Saving, recalling, locking and resetting memory.) 41

9 Connection 46 Connecting to AV components............. 46 Connecting to computer devices.......... 47

10 Installation 48 Setting up the DPX-1100 ..................... 48 Projection distance ............................... 49 Projection image position ..................... 50

11 Reference 51 Glossary ............................................... 51 Compatible signal types ....................... 53 Maintenance ......................................... 54 Troubleshooting .................................... 56 Message display................................... 58 LED Indicator meanings ....................... 59 Specifications ....................................... 60 Dimensional drawing ............................ 61

Getting started

Features

Controls and functions

Remote control

Preparation

Projection

Menu

Memory function

Connection

Installation

Reference 11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

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Inappropriate places for installation

If this unit is not correctly installed in an appropriate place, it may cause fire or failure, or damage the unit itself. Carefully choose the place to install this unit by avoiding the places listed below.

1. Places where the temperature and humidity vary greatly

Do not install this unit in a place where the temperature and humidity become extremely high or the temperature becomes extremely low.

This unit must be used within a temperature range of 535C.

2. Places without adequate ventilation

Install this unit with at least 30 cm (1 feet) of ventilation space on the top, right and left, and back.

Do not cover the ventilation slots of this unit. Covering the slots will obstruct heat dissipation.

Install this unit on the firm surface.

Do not cover this unit with a tablecloth, etc.

Make sure there is nothing to get sucked into the ventilation slots so that the temperature of this unit does not become too high.

If you are going to install the unit in a rack, be sure to leave space for ventilation to prevent exhaust overheating the unit.

3. Places where it gets dusty

If the filter is blocked with dust, the temperature of this unit may become too high.

4. Places with too much vibration or impact

Vibration and impact can damage parts of this unit.

5. Places where this unit gets exposed to water or high humidity

If this unit is exposed to water or high humidity, it may cause a fire or electrical shock.

6. Unstable places

If this unit is installed on an unstable or an inclined tabletop, it may fall and cause damage to the unit or personal injury.

7. In close proximity to a Radio or Stereo

The unit may interfere with reception if placed in close proximity to a radio or television receiver.

Warning

To ensure vivid, high contrast images, make sure that no light other than the projector light falls directly on the screen.

Accessory check Please check that all accessories listed here are included in your package.

Remote control Batteries (AA, UM-3 or R6) Power cable

Pin/BNC adapters Lens cap

4 5

RESET

6

1 2 3

VIDEO

STILL

HIDE

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

LIGHT

B D4

S VIDEO A

INPUT

MEMORY

HDMI

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

1 Getting started

Trigger-out DC plug (For USA only)

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F eatures

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Adjust 7 colors independently (including white), or use the automatic color balance function The DPX-1100 allows you to adjust the 7-axis WRGBYCM color coordinate and gain parameters directly. For better consistency, you can also control color temperature and RBG balance together, allowing you to check that the changes you make are always consistent with your preferences.

The latest digital interface provides sharp, detailed images The DPX-1100 is equipped with an HDMI terminal, which is set to become the standard for the coming generation of products. Connect to a DVD player or set-top box with a HDMI terminal to receive digital image data directly, and enjoy completely digitally processed images. Compatible with the content protection function of HDCP.

Intelligent memory functions The DPX-1100 can store six image memory settings, called memory numbers, for each input jack. For each memory number, you can set parameters for different input resolutions, and the unit will switch to the appropriate parameters when it begins displaying an image of an appropriate resolution. For example, the unit automatically changes display settings without changing memory numbers when you change from watching a DVD to watching a HDTV image for which you have set different image menu item parameters.

In-line menus for image adjustment You can access image adjustment menu items at the touch of a button, and adjust images while viewing them without opening the menu screen.

Highly configurable electronic adjustment gives you the freedom to place the projector wherever you want A short focal length, high power zoom, and fully vertically adjustable lens allow you to use the projector in a wide range of environments. You can also use the remote control to access many lens functions such as focus, zoom, and lens shift to fine-tune the projector from your viewing position.

Uses the latest DMDTM device HD2+ The projector uses the latest version of the high contrast 720p DMDTM HD2+, to reduce black levels even further and reproduce contrasts close to that of a film.

2 Features

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Main unit

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUT

DIGITAL CINEMA PROJECTOR DPX-1100

ASPECT

1 2

3 4

5

1

6 7 8

9

0

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

A

EB C D

2 STANDBY/ON button Switches the unit between Standby and On (operational) modes.

3 ESCAPE button Exits from submenus.

4 PATTERN button Switches the built-in test pattern on and off.

5 ASPECT button Turns the display aspect menu for the project image on and off.

6 (Enter) button Sets values when the DPX-1100 is displaying the menu. When the menu is not displayed, the DPX-1100 displays the in-line image quality adjustment menu. ( page 40)

1 LED Indicators The main unit is equipped with 5 indicators to display various states of operation. See page 59 for explanations of the LED indicator meanings.

7 MENU button Switches the settings and adjustments menu display on and off.

8 SETTING button Selects lens adjustment modes.

9 INPUT button Switches the input signal selection menu display on and off.

0 Cursor buttons Use the h, g, +, - buttons for system operations, menu item selection, and changing system values.

A STANDBY/ON indicator (There is also an LED on the front panel of the main unit.)

B LAMP warning indicator

C COVER warning indicator

D TEMP warning indicator

E FAN warning indicator

Lamp cover

Ventilation inlet

Adjustable feet Makes small adjustments to the projection angle

Lens

Lens cap

Exhaust vent

Front remote control sensor STANDBY/ON indicator

3 Controls and functions

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C ontrols and functions

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HDMI

G/Y B/PB/CB R/PR/CR

INPUT A

HD/SYNC VD

OUT IN

REMOTE TRIGGER OUT

S VIDEO VIDEO

INPUT B

RGB/YPBPR/YCBCR

RS-232C

D4 VIDEO

q

87654321 9 0

w e r

Main unit

1 INPUT B (D-sub 15 pin) Receives component video and RGB (RGB/YPBPR/YCBCR) signals. Use a D-sub monitor cable to connect components to this jack.

2 D4 VIDEO (D jack) Receives signals output from the D jacks of other AV components. It is compatible with D1 - D4 formats.

3 - 7 INPUT A (BNC jacks) Receive component video and RGB signals. Connect component signal connectors from AV components to input jacks 3 - 5, and RGB signal connectors from computers to input jacks 3 - 7. Use BNC cables for these connections. 3 G/Y (G, or luminance signal) 4 B/PB/CB (B, or color difference signal) 5 R/PR/CR (R, or color difference signal) 6 HD/SYNC (Horizontal sync signal, composite sync signal) 7 VD (Vertical sync signal)

8 S VIDEO (Mini DIN jack) Receives signals from S-VIDEO output jacks of other AV components. Use an S-VIDEO cable for these connections.

9 AC inlet Insert the supplied AC power cable here.

0 VIDEO (Pin Jack) Receives composite video signals from the VIDEO output jacks of other AV components. Use a video pin cable for these connections.

q HDMITM (HDMITM jack) Receives HDMITM signals from computers or AV components.

w REMOTE IN / OUT jack Connect the remote control to the REMOTE IN jack if you want to use it through a cable. The REMOTE OUT jack outputs the signal received through the REMOTE IN jack without any change.

e RS-232C (D-sub 9 pin) For use in servicing this unit.

r TRIGGER OUT Outputs control signals to external components. This output provides a potential of 12 V/ maximum 200 mA when this unit is projecting. Use the supplied trigger-out DC plug (for US model only) to control external components.

Rear remote control sensor

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4 5

RESET

6

1 2 3

VIDEO

STILL

HIDE

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

LIGHT

B D4

S VIDEO A

INPUT

MEMORY

HDMI

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

o

i

u

y

t

p

r

e

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

q

w

Remote control functions Buttons on the remote control with identical names to those on the main unit perform identical functions. When using the remote control, point it at the remote control sensor on the front or back of the main unit from a distance of 7m (23 feet) or less.

1 Transmit indicator Lights up when the remote control sends infrared signals to the main unit.

2 AUTO button Automatically sets the DPX-1100 to the best settings for the type of signal it is currently receiving.

3 V.POS button Switches on or off the vertical adjustment mode for the entire image.

4 ZOOM button Switches on or off the size adjustment mode for the image the DPX-1100 is projecting.

5 IRIS button Switches on or off the lens iris change mode.

6 ESCAPE button Exits from submenus.

7 Cursor buttons Use the h ,g, +, - buttons to move the cursor within the on- screen display.

8 ASPECT button Turns the display aspect menu for the project image on and off.

9 RESET button Resets all adjustable parameters to their default settings.

0 STILL button Stops a moving image, displaying a still of the image the DPX- 1100 is projecting. Press STILL again to cancel this effect.

q INPUT area Selects the INPUT jacks directly.

w MEMORY area Calls stored memory (all parameter settings) directly.

e button Switches the unit between Standby and On (operational) modes.

r FOCUS button Switches on or off the focus adjustment mode for the image the DPX-1100 is projecting.

t PATT (PATTERN) button Switches on and off the built-in test pattern.

y MENU button Switches on and off the settings and adjustments menu display.

u (Enter) button Sets values when the DPX-1100 is displaying the menu. When the menu is not displayed, the DPX-1100 displays the in-line image quality adjustment menu. ( page 40)

4 Remote control

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R em

ote control

4

i INPUT button Switches on and off the input signal selection menu display.

o LIGHT switch Moving this switch lights the high-use 2, 6, 8, e, y, and i buttons. The light disappears if you do not perform any operation within 10 seconds.

p HIDE button Temporarily halts projection of the image the DPX-1100 is currently displaying. Press again to cancel this effect.

a Remote control code switch The remote control functions when the code set in the menu is the same as that set on the remote control. The default menu setting is ID-1.

s Remote control cable jack Connect a cable (commercially available) to this jack to link the remote control to the main unit. ( page 8)

IRIS

V.POS

AUTO

PATT

FOCUS

ZOOM SETTING

ID-2

ID-1

RESET

HIDE

STILL

S VIDEO

VIDEO

B

A

D4

4

5

6

1

2

3

HDMI

MEMORY

INPUT

LIGHT

INPUT

MENU

ESCAPE

ASPECT

a

s

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Loading the batteries into the remote control 1. Remove the battery compartment cover.

2. Insert two batteries (AA, UM3, or R6 type), matching the polarity markings on the batteries with those in the battery compartment.

3. After loading the batteries, close the cover until it snaps into place.

Warning

If the remote control must be used closer to the main unit than normal, or does not always operate correctly, exchange the batteries for new ones.

Do not mix old and new, or different types of batteries.

Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the unit for a long time.

If the batteries leak, dispose of them immediately, taking care not to touch the battery fluid. If the battery fluid comes into contact with your eyes, mouth, or skin, rinse it off with water immediately and consult a doctor. Clean the battery compartment thoroughly before installing new batteries.

Using the remote control with a wired connection Use a 2P monaural miniplug cable (commercially available) to connect the remote control jack on the underside of the remote control to the REMOTE IN jack on the main unit. Use the wired remote control configuration to control the DPX-1100 without having to be within range of the remote sensor.

1

3

2

IRIS

V.POS

AUTO

PATT

FOCUS

ZOOM SETTING

ID-2

ID-1

RESET

HIDE

STILL

S VIDEO

VIDEO

B

A

D4

4

5

6

1

2

3

HDMI

MEMORY

INPUT

LIGHT

INPUT

MENU

ESCAPE

ASPECT

HDMI

G/Y B/PB/CB R/PR/CR

INPUT A

HD/SYNC VD

OUT IN

REMOTE TRIGGER OUT

S-VIDEO VIDEO

INPUT B

RGB/YPBPR/YCBCR

RS-232C

D4 VIDEO

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R em

ote control

4

Distance to sensor Angle to sensor 7m 30 vertically and horizontally

(approximate value) (approximate value)

Limits for using the remote control Use the remote control within the following parameters. The remote control may not function correctly if you use it outside the limits described here.

Warning

Bright or fluorescent light on the main unit remote sensor may inhibit the functioning of the remote control.

Objects placed between the main unit remote sensor and the remote control may block the remote control signal and inhibit functioning.

Use within a left/right arc of 30 degrees Use within a vertical arc of 30 degrees

HDMI

G/Y B/PB/CB R/PR/CR

INPUT A

HD/SYNC VD

OUT IN

REMOTE TRIGGER OUT

S-VIDEO VIDEO

INPUT B

RGB/YPBPR/YCBCR

RS-232C

D4 VIDEO

4 5

RESET

6

1 2 3

VIDEO

STILL

HIDE

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

LIGHT

B D4

S VIDEO A

INPUT

MEMORY

HDMI

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

4 5

RESET

6

1 2 3

VIDEO

STILL

HIDE

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

LIGHT

B D4

S VIDEO A

INPUT

MEMORY

HDMI

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

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Before projection, install the main unit and a screen, connect the main unit to an AV component or computer, and adjust the projection image. You can begin projection as soon as installation is complete. Refer to the sections below for information on how to install the main unit to suit your viewing environment.

If you have not installed the main unit or screen Immediately after purchase, when you have not installed either the main unit or a screen. When moving the main unit and screen to a new location.

If you have installed the main unit and screen, and connected a source component

You have installed the main unit and screen, and connected source components. You are using the main unit in a previously installed location with previously connected source components.

If you have installed the main unit and screen, but not connected any image playback components

You have installed the main unit and screen, but not connected any source components. You are using the main unit in a previously installed location, and wish to change the component you use as a signal source.

You do not need to carry out step 3 or step 4 if you do not want to adjust the projection image. If the unit does not project the image correctly, it may not be connected correctly. In this case, carry out this procedure starting from step 2.

STEP3 Select an image and project. page 12 - 21 The image is used

for adjusting the image position and focus.

STEP4 Adjust the projection image. page 22 - 40 Use the menu to

adjust projection details.

Projection preparations

complete

STEP2 Connect AV components or a computer to the main unit. page 46

STEP3 Select an image and project. page 12 - 21 The image is used

for adjusting the image position and focus.

STEP4 Adjust the projection image. page 22 - 40 Use the menu to

adjust projection details.

Projection preparations

complete

STEP 1 Install the main unit and screen. page 48

STEP3 Select an image and project. page 12 - 21 The image is used

for adjusting the image position and focus.

STEP2 Connect AV components or a computer to the main unit. page 46

Projection preparations

complete

5 Preparation

STEP4 Adjust the projection image. page 22 - 40 Use the menu to

adjust projection details.

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Step2 Connect an AV component or computer

Connect AV components Connect a computer page 46

Step3 Turn the power on and selecting an image for projection

Turn on the projector power Begin playback of the input image Select an input signal Select a projection image aspect Adjust the image

Focus/Vertical and Horizontal position/Size/Iris page 12 - 21

Step1 Set up the projector and screen

Install the projector Install the screen page 48

Only adjust these parameters when necessary. It is not necessary to adjust these settings once you have set them initially.

Step4 Use the menu to adjust the image quality and other parameters

Image quality: Set image quality details Signal setting: Set input signal details Default settings: Set the default settings for everyday use Installation settings: Set to suit your viewing environment page 22 - 40

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Checking installation and connections

Pre-operation check Prior to projection, adjust settings to suit the location of the main unit and screen, and the input signal you are using. However, there is usually no need to adjust any settings if you have not changed the installation location or components since the last time you used this unit. Check settings and connections only when the unit does not appear to project images correctly.

PHONODVR

STANDBY /ON

PURE DIRECT

2CH/MULTI CH SPEAKERS

VIDEO AUX

REC OUT/ZONE 2

INPUT MODE

SOURCE/REMOTE DVDDTV/LD

MD/TAPE

CD-R

TUNER

CD

VIDEO AUX

VCR 2

VCR 1

SAT

CABLE

A B STRAIGHT

EFFECT

MULTI CH INPUT

DSP PROGRAM

BALANCE

TONE CONTROL

VOLUME

INPUT SELECTOR

MULTI JOG

SILENT OPTIMIZER MIC

PHONES OPTICALRAUDIOLVIDEOS VIDEO

Is the main unit power turned on?

Main unit

Are the components connected correctly? Connecting to AV components

page 46Image source component

Is the source component power turned on?

For an explanation of detailed settings, see Menu. page 22 - 40

Check installation and connections

Select an image for projection and image adjustment

Projection preparations complete

Turn on the projector power. Begin playback of the source image for adjustment.

Select a projection image. (Select an input signal and projection image aspect.)

Adjust focus and vertical/ horizontal positioning.

6 Projection

Prior to projection, check that the main unit and screen are correctly installed, and that source components are connected correctly.

To project images, carry out the following procedure.

Is the screen installed correctly? Setting up the projector and screen

page 48

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Turning the power on Always remove the lens cap before operating the main unit.

Turning the projector power on

1. Insert the supplied power cable firmly into the AC inlet at the rear of the main unit, then insert the plug into an AC outlet.

The STANDBY/ON indicator lights orange.

2. Press the STANDBY/ON button (the button on the remote control).

The indicator blinks green and the lamp lights up in preparation for projection. After approximately 35 seconds, the indicator changes from blinking to solid green, indicating that the unit is ready to project.

Warning

Do not remove the power cable while the STANDBY/ON indicator is blinking green or lit steady green. This could damage the lamp or reduce lamp life.

HDMI

G/Y B/PB/CB R/PR/CR

INPUT A

HD/SYNC VD

OUT IN

REMOTE TRIGGER OUT

S-VIDEO VIDEO

INPUT B

RGB/YPBPR/YCBCR

RS-232C

D4 VIDEO

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

STANDBY/ON indicator

AC inlet

INPUT

MENU

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ASPECT

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

ESCAPE

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

Remote Control Main unit

button STANDBY/ON button

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1. Press the STANDBY/ON button.

A confirmation message appears on the screen.

Placing the DPX-1100 in standby mode

3. If you do not plan to use the main unit for a long period of time, attach the lens cap and remove the plug from the AC outlet.

Warning

Condensation may appear on the unit if the temperature of the surrounding environment changes quickly. Condensation may also cause the projected image to be cloudy. Place the unit in standby mode until the condensation disappears. Switching the unit on when condensation is present may damage the unit.

2. If you wish to place the DPX-1100 in standby mode, press the STANDBY/ON button again.

The lamp changes to a half lit state, and the fan activates for 2 minutes to cool the lamp. During this time, the STANDBY/ON indicator blinks orange, and pressing STANDBY/ON does not turn main unit power on again. When the unit finishes cooling, the fan stops, and the STANDBY/ ON indicator turns orange.

Memo

The lamp may blink when half lit. This is not a defect.

Warning

Do not remove the power cable while the STANDBY/ON indicator is blinking green or when the fan is activated. This could damage the lamp or reduce lamp life.

Turning the projector power on

AC inlet

Press again to enter standby.

HDMI

G/Y B/PB/CB R/PR/CR

INPUT A

HD/SYNC VD

OUT IN

REMOTE TRIGGER OUT

S-VIDEO VIDEO

INPUT B

RGB/YPBPR/YCBCR

RS-232C

D4 VIDEO

INPUT

MENU

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ASPECT

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

ESCAPE

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

Remote Control Main unit

button STANDBY/ON button

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Selecting using the INPUT button Press the INPUT button to select an input signal from a source component. Choose from the following:

Projection image signal

Selecting an input signal

Selects component video signals received from AV components connected to the VIDEO jack.

Selects S-Video signals received from AV components connected to the S VIDEO jack.

Component : Selects component signals received from the INPUT A BNC jacks. RGB PC : Selects RGB signals received from computers connected to the INPUT A BNC jacks. RGB TV : Selects RGB signals received from AV components connected to the INPUT A BNC jacks.

Component : Selects component signals received from the INPUT B D-sub 15 pin jack. RGB PC : Selects RGB signals received from computers connected to the INPUT B D-sub 15 pin jack. RGB TV : Selects RGB signals received from AV components connected to the INPUT B D-sub 15 pin jack.

Auto : Signals input to the HDMI jack from AV components (automatically distinguishes between component and RGB signals).

Component : Selects digital component signals received from AV components connected to the HDMI jack. RGB TV : Selects digital RGB signals received from AV components connected to the HDMI jack.

Selects component signals received from AV components connected to the D4 VIDEO jack.

INPUT SIGNAL

VIDEO

S VIDEO

INPUT A

INPUT B

HDMI

D4 VIDEO

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Selecting an input signal

1. Press the INPUT button.

The input signal selection menu appears on the display.

4. Select an appropriate setting from [Component], [RGB PC], or [RGB TV] and press the button to confirm the setting.

3. Press the + button to open the submenu.

2. Use the h or g buttons to select an input signal, then press the button.

The mark to the right of the input signal name indicates that there is a submenu available for selection.

Input signal

VIDEO

S VIDEO

INPUT A

INPUT B

HDMI

D4

Input signal

VIDEO

S VIDEO

INPUT A

INPUT B

HDMI

D4

Input signal

VIDEO

S VIDEO

INPUT A

INPUT B

HDMI

D4

Component

RGB PC

RGB TV

Input signal

VIDEO

S VIDEO

INPUT A

INPUT B

HDMI

D4

Warning

You can select [Component], [RGB PC], or [RGB TV] for INPUT A and INPUT B, or [Auto], [Component], or [RGB TV] for HDMI, from the submenu. If you do not select a setting, the unit continues to use the setting from the last signal it received. To change this setting, carry out the following procedure.

Memo

If you set your laptop or notebook computer to display on its built-in display and on an external monitor simultaneously, the main unit may not project the image correctly. In this case, set your computer to display on the external monitor only. Refer to your computers operating instructions for further details.

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

4 5

RESET

6

1 2 3

VIDEO

STILL

HDMI

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

LIGHT

B D4

S VIDEO A

INPUT

MEMORY

DVI

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

+ button

Remote cotrol Main unit

button

INPUT button

Cursor button

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Selecting an input signal

1. Press the ASPECT button.

The display aspect selection menu appears on the display.

Selecting a display aspect for a projection image The display aspect parameter sets the ratio of height to width the unit uses to project an image for an input signal.

Memo

The display aspect you can use depends on the current input signal. When the input signal contains display aspect information, set the display aspect parameter to [Auto] to detect the appropriate display aspect setting automatically.

You can also use the [Display Aspect Ratio] page in the menu screen to select a display aspect. ( page 22- 40)

2. Use the h or g buttons to select a suitable display aspect setting, then press the button.

If you select [Special] or [Through], pressing the + button displays a submenu.

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

4 5

RESET

6

1 2 3

VIDEO

STILL

HDMI

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

LIGHT

B D4

S VIDEO A

INPUT

MEMORY

DVI

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

cursor button

Remote cotrol Main unit

button

ASPECT button

Display Aspect Ratio

Auto

Normal

Squeeze

Smart Zoom

Zoom

Special

Through

Display Aspect Ratio

Auto

Normal

Squeeze

Smart Zoom

Zoom

Special

Through

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Memo

Refer to the glossary for explanations of terms such letterbox or squeeze. ( page 51)

Auto Detects information encoded in letterbox or squeeze type input signals and automatically selects an appropriate display aspect. Depending on the input source, the unit may not change to the most appropriate mode. In this case, manually select a suitable setting.

Normal Projects images with their original display aspect. Depending on the input signal, black areas may appear to the left and right of the image.

Squeeze Returns horizontally compressed images to their original aspect. Use this mode to display horizontally squeezed images in a normal wide aspect manner.

Smart Zoom Stretches the left and right edges of a 4:3 image without altering the image center, to project a 16:9 image that fills the screen.

Zoom Projects images the unit receives in letterbox format as 16:9 images that fill the screen.

Special

Subtitle Zoom The best format for projecting subtitled letterbox format software. See page 38 for the operational procedure. Subtitle area: Adjust the area used to display subtitles on

screen. V Scroll: Adjusts the vertical position of the subtitles.

Cinema Zoom Removes the black bar from Cinescope size screens (2.35:1) to display a full horizontal image, cutting both screen sides. There are two types: SDTV for 4:3 images, and HDTV for 16:9 images.

Cinema Squeeze Removes the black bar from cinescope size screens for 4:3 images and resize the vertical image so that a 16:9 panel resolution is fully displayed, cutting both screen sides.

14:9 Zoom Displays 14:9 images with a full vertical aspect, retaining the black area at either side of the screen.

Through

Normal Through Projects images without stretching or reducing them. The size of the projection image depends on the resolution of the image received.

Squeeze Through Widens the image received to project it with a 16:9 aspect ratio. The size of the projection image depends on the resolution of the image received. This mode is not available for RGB PC input signals.

Selecting an input signal

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Selecting an input signal

Input signal type

Standard 4:3 image

Letter box

Squeeze

14:9 image

HDMI

RGB PC

All

Display aspectInput image Projected image

SUBTITLE

Normal

Cinema Scope

Normal

Squeeze

Normal

Smart Zoom

Zoom

Subtitle Zoom

Cinema Zoom

Squeeze

Squeeze

Cinema Squeeze

14:9 Zoom

Normal

Cinema Zoom

Normal

Normal Through

Squeeze Through

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Select an image for projection

Carry out the following adjustments to obtain optimal projection conditions.

Adjusting the vertical position V.POS button If the center of the screen is not in line with the center of the lens of the DPX-1100, use the V.POS button to adjust the position of the image up or down. You can adjust the image to a maximum of half of the height of the projection screen.

1. Press the V.POS button on the remote control, or press the SETTING button on the main unit repeatedly to select [Lens Shift] from the display menu.

2. Press the h or g button to move the projected image to a suitable place.

3. To exit from the adjustment mode, press the V.POS or ESCAPE buttons.

Using the test pattern to adjust the projection image PATT button The DPX-1100 is equipped with three test patterns, the crosshatch pattern necessary for focus and keystone adjustment, and the grayscale and color bar patterns necessary for adjusting image quality.

1. Press the PATT button on the remote control, or the PATTERN button on the main unit.

2. Press the + or - buttons to select the necessary pattern.

3. To exit from the test display, press the PATT or PATTERN buttons.

MENU

AUTO

SETTING

ESCAPE

PATTIRIS

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

MENU

AUTO

SETTING

ESCAPE

PATTIRIS

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

Crosshatch pattern

Grayscale pattern

Color bar pattern

Adjusting the image

V.POS button

ESCAPE button

Lens Shift

PATTERN button

SETTING button

PATT button

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Adjusting the image

Adjusting the size of an image ZOOM button Enlarge or reduce the size of the projection image to match the size of the screen. The zoom ratio is 1:1.6.

1. Press the ZOOM button on the remote control, or press the SETTING button on the main unit repeatedly to select [Zoom] from the display menu.

2. Press the h or g buttons to adjust the image to a suitable size.

3. To exit from the adjustment mode, press the ZOOM or ESCAPE buttons.

Adjusting the image focus FOCUS button Adjust the focus of the on-screen image.

1. Press the FOCUS button on the remote control, or press the SETTING button on the main unit repeatedly to select [FOCUS] from the display menu.

Memo

When you want to use the test pattern to adjust image focus press the PATT button on the remote control, or the PATTERN button on the main unit before carrying out step 1.

2. Press the h or g buttons to adjust the focus of the projected image.

3. To exit from the adjustment mode, press the FOCUS or ESCAPE buttons.

Adjusting the iris setting IRIS button Press the g button to reduce the aperture of the iris for increased black levels and contrast, or the h button to increase aperture to obtain a brighter image.

1. Press the IRIS button on the remote control, or press the SETTING button on the main unit repeatedly to select [IRIS] from the display menu.

2. Press the h or g buttons to adjust the iris setting for the projected image.

3. To exit from the adjustment mode, press the IRIS or ESCAPE buttons.

MENU

AUTO

SETTING

ESCAPE

PATTIRIS

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

MENU

AUTO

SETTING

ESCAPE

PATTIRIS

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

MENU

AUTO

SETTING

ESCAPE

PATTIRIS

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

ESCAPE button

SETTING button

ZOOM button

Zoom

Focus

Iris

ESCAPE button

FOCUS button

ESCAPE button

IRIS button

SETTING button

SETTING button

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Off

L ML MH H

a b c d e

VIDEO

0

0

0

100

4

6000K +0.005uv

0

Image

Black Level

Off

Memory 1

White Level

Gamma Trim

Hue

Saturation

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Level Adjustment

Iris

Signal Initial Setup

Standard

Move Menu Window

Color Adjustment

White Peaking

+ : Enter

7 0-

Menu configurations

Configure the DPX-1100 to suit your viewing environment by adjusting image quality, initial settings, defaults, and setup characteristics. These parameters can be accessed through the menu.

Press the MENU button on the remote control or the main unit to display the menu screen. The menu consists of the [Image], [Signal], [Initial], and [Setup] menu groups, each containing numerous items you can use for configuring the unit. Note that some items are only selectable for certain types of input signal (Video, Component, RGB TV, RGB PC). Menu groups appear in the upper area of the display, as the top level of menu composition. Menu items appear in the left area of the display. You can select settings and make adjustments to suit your preferences. See page 32 - 40 for an explanation of how to use the menu.

Menu screen

Some menu items contain an additional level of items called a submenu. Moving the cursor to an item with a submenu attached displays a to the right of the item name. Some submenus contain further levels of submenus containing items for selection.

In this example, the menu has three levels: [Color Adjustment] contains 3 submenus [Standard], [WRGB], and [WRGBYCM], and the [WRGB] submenu contains a further submenu.

Menu items Items displayed here depend on the menu group you select.

Color Adjustment Standard

WRGB

WRGBYCM

6700K +0.000uv- 6500K +0.000uv- 6500K +0.000uv-

Color Temp.

VIDEO

0 6900K +0.005uv

Image

Memory 1

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

: Edit

y

0.5

0.0 0.0 0.5 x

y

0.35

0.25

0.3

0.4

0.25 0.350.3 x

+0.02uv

+0.00uv

-0.02uv

10 00

0 90

00 80 00 70

00

60 00

50 00

Indicates the existence of a submenu

[Color Adjustment] submenu

[WRGB] submenu

Menu group [Image] selected.

7 Menu

Off L ML MH H

a b c d e

Memory 1 VIDEO

0

0

0

100

4

0

Image

Black Level

White Level

Gamma Hue

Saturation

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Color Adjustment

Level Adjustment

Iris

Signal Initial Setup

White Peaking

Move Menu Window

WRGB 6500K +0.000uv-

[Move Menu Window] area Use this selection area to move menu screens. See page 37 for more information.

Input jack display area Shows the currently selected input jack.

Parameter adjustment area

Memory number status Displays the currently selected memory number and memory status. Change the memory number and lock/unlock memory settings here( page 41-43).

Menu operation guide Displays helpful instructions when special operations are necessary.

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Menu item list: There are two types of menu, [Basic Mode] and [Advanced Mode]. Basic mode: The menu displays menu items that are frequently used or absolutely necessary to image projection. Advanced mode: The menu displays all menu items, allowing you to carry out detailed adjustments. You can change between the menu modes using the [Menu Mode] setting in the [Setup] menu group.

Image Black Level (Brightness)

While Level (Contrast)

Gamma

Hue

Saturation

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Color Adjustment 1

White Peaking

Iris

Level Adjustment 2

Signal Display Aspect Ratio 3

Overscan

3D Y/C separation

Noise Reduction

Video Type

Progressive Mode

Color Space Conversion

Setup Level (SDTV)

Setup Level (HDTV)

Clamp Position

Sync Adjustment

Tracking

Horiz. Display Position

Vert. Display Position

Signal Status 4

Initial Color System 5

INPUT A Signal 6

INPUT A Sync Type 6

INPUT B Signal 6

INPUT B Sync Type 6

HDMI Signal

Auto Power Off

Auto Input Search

Display Language 7

Lamp Running Time

Reset 8

Setup Location 9

Keystone Correction

Remote Control Sensor 10

Remote Control ID 11

Lens Adjustment Lock

Lamp Power

Menu Color 12

Menu Mode

Message

Trigger Out 13

Baud Rate

Image Black Level (Brightness)

White Level (Contrast)

Gamma

Hue

Saturation

Color Temp

White Correction

Sharpness Type

White Peaking

Signal Display Aspect Ratio 3

Setup Level (SDTV)

Setup Level (HDTV)

Signal Status 4

Initial Color System 5

INPUT A Signal 6

INPUT B Signal 6

HDMI Signal

Display Language 7

Lamp Running Time

Reset 8

Setup Location 9

Keystone Correction

Lens Adjustment Lock

Menu Color 12

Menu Mode

Memo

Menu items you can choose may differ depending on the input signal type.

Items in the menu that contain submenus are marked with a .

Menu items

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The submenus display different items depending on the input signal. Items in submenus that contain further submenus are marked with a .

Signal 3: Display Aspect Ratio

Auto

Normal

Squeeze

Smart Zoom

Zoom

Special 4

Through 5

4: Signal Status

Resolution

Sync Type

Sync Polarity

Frequency

Source Equipmet (HDMI only)

Setup 9: Location

Front/Table

Front/Ceiling

Rear/Table

Rear/Ceiling

10: Remote Control Sensor

Front & Rear

Front

Rear

Off

11: Remote Control ID

ID 1

ID 2

12: Menu Color

Monotone 6

Color 7

13: Trigger Out

Lamp

Fan

RS-232C

Menu items

4 Special 5 Through

Subtitle Zoom

Subtitle Area

V Scroll

Cinema Zoom

Cinema Squeeze

14:9 Zoom

(For video type input signal)

Normal Through

Squeeze Through

6 Monotone 7 Color

Menu Brightness

Menu Contrast

Menu Brightness

Menu Contrast

Color Style

Memo

In addition to color temperature adjustment, the color coordinates and gain adjustment for each color may be carried out at the [WRGB] and [WRGBYCM] color selection screen. Refer to page 36 for more information.

You can select [Subtitle Area] and [V Scroll] from the [Subtitle Zoom] menu item. See page 38 and 39 for more information.

1 Standard 2 WRGB

Color Temp. Color selection screen

Color coordinate

Gain

3 WRGBYCM

Image 1: Color Adjustment

Standard 1

WRGB 2

WRGBYCM 3

2: Level Adjustment

Y Offset

Cb Offset

Cr Offset

Y Gain

Cb Gain

Cr Gain

Initial 5: Color System

Auto

NTSC

NTSC4.43

PAL

PAL-M

PAL-N

PAL60

SECAM

6: All Input Signals

Component

RGB PC

RGB TV .etc

7: Display Language

English

Deutsch

Espaol

Franais

Italiano

Portugusa

8: Reset

All Settings

All Memory

Current Memory

Color selection screen

Color coordinate

Gain

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Menu group items and functions Memo

You can only select items displayed with a in advanced mode.

You can adjust the image when the unit is receiving an input signal.

Black Level (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

Contrast (Input signal) RGB PC

Gamma (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV/RGB PC

Brightness (Input signal) RGB PC

White Level (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

Output signal

Input signalBlack White

White

Output signal

Input signalBlack White

White

Menu items

Output signal

Input signalBlack White

White

white level

Output signal

Input signalBlack White

White

Adjusts the level of darkness (black level) in an image. Adjusts the level of darkness without altering peak whiteness levels. + side (0 to +100):

Increases the luminance of dark scenes, increasing the clarity of shading, but reducing contrast.

- side (-100 to 0): Weakens dark scenes, increasing image contrast while reducing the clarity of black shading.

Adjusts the bright areas (white level) in the image. Changes the brightness of an image without altering the brightness of the black areas of the image. + side (1.00 to 1.50):

Increases the brightness of white areas in the image, increasing contrast clarity, but rendering white shadings difficult to see.

- side (0.50 to 1.00): Reduces the contrast of images.

Changes the way the unit responds to changes in the shadings and color

tones of the image. The unit supplies 10 types of patterns for dealing with these changes. ( page39) A-E Provides the same sense of contrast as an ordinary TV monitor. Dark sections

become more muted in the order A E. a-e Provides richer expression of gradations in dark sections. Dark sections become

more muted in the order a e.

Adjusts the overall brightness of the image. Increase luminance (0 to +100):

Setting this figure too high results in a white saturated image without any black.

Decrease luminance (-100 to 0) Setting this figure too low darkens the entire image.

Adjusts the bright areas (white level) in the image. Changes the brightness of an image without altering the brightness of the black areas of the image. + side (0 to +100):

Increases the brightness of white areas in the image, increasing contrast clarity, but rendering white shadings difficult to see.

- side (-100 to 0): Reduces the contrast of images.

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Menu items

Adjusts color temperature. Adjusts the level of white in colors between red and blue, and between green and magenta. Increase the color temperature to increase the amount of blue in an image, giving bright color tones. Reduce the color temperature to increase the amount of red, giving a darker, more relaxed atmosphere to the image. Choices: 5,000 to 10,000

Changes the characteristics of the filter used to sharpen edges in the image. Choices: Off / L / ML / MH / H

Adjusts the clearness of the image edges. Increase this figure to render a sharper image, or reduce it to give a softer image with less image noise. You cannot adjust this parameter if [Sharpness Type] is set to [Off]. Choices: 0 to 10

Adjusts hUV. Increasing the hUV setting increases the amount of green in the image. Decreasing this setting increases the amount of magenta. Choices: -0.02 to +0.02

+

Color temprature adjustment

hUV

Hue (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

Sets the hue or phase of the image. + side (0 to +100) : Shifts the hue towards blue coloration. - side (-100 to 0) : Shifts the hue towards red coloration.

Adjusts the degree to which color depth is expressed in the image. + side (+100 to + 200) : The unit projects colors with greater depth. - side (0 to +100) : The unit projects colors with less depth.

Color Temp. (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV/RGB PC

Adjust in the [Color Adjustment] menu in advanced mode.

Sharpness Type (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

Sharpness Gain (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

White Correction (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV/RGB PC

Adjust in the [Color Adjustment] menu in advanced mode.

Saturation (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

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Color Adjustment (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/ RGB TV/RGB PC

Adjusts color balance. There are three menus available, [Standard], [WRGB], and [WRGBYCM], separated in order of complexity from simple to detailed. Refer to page 36 for parameter operation methods. The present color temperature setting is displayed to the right of the menu items.

- Standard Adjusts color temperature and hUV only. hUV adjusts values within the maximum color temperature limits of the projector.

- WRGB Adjusts the color coordinates and gain for the three primary colors, R(Red), G(Green), and B(Blue). The unit sets the complemental colors Y(Yellow), C(Cyan), and M(Magenta) automatically. Adjusting [Color Temp.] resets the RGB gain based on color coordinate settings. Adjusting [Gain] resets [Color temp.] based on color coordinate settings.

- WRGBYCM Adjusts the color coordinates and gain for each component color individually. Press the RESET button on the remote control when the WRGBYCM menu is open to automatically adjust the RGB gain and YCM color coordinates and gain based on the color temperature and RGB color settings. When you have selected WRGBYCM in the color adjustment submenu, press RESET to automatically adjust the RGB gain and YCM color balance to the most appropriate setting, based on color temp and RGB color balance settings.

Choices: White correction : -0.02 to +0.02 Color temperature : 5,000 to 10,000 Gain : 0.00 to 1.99

Iris (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV/RGB PC

Adjusts the iris (Optical). You can select 3 levels.

Menu items

Color Adjustment Standard 6700K +0.000uv- The current color temperature is displayed.

Level Adjustment (Input signal) Component/RGB TV/RGB PC

Adjusts the analog input signal gain and offset settings. Adjust the gain and offset for component and RGB (Y, CB, CR/R, G, B) input signals. Choices: -50 to 0 to +50 (except for HDMI signals)

White Peaking Enhances the brilliance of the white portions of the projected image. Choices: 0 to 5

y

0.5

0.0 0.0 0.5 x

W (Color temperature and h UV)

y

0.5

0.0 0.0 0.5 x

W (Color temperature and h UV)

G (Green)

R (Red)

B (Blue)

y

0.5

0.0 0.0 0.5 x

W (Color temperature and h UV)

Y (Yelow)

R (Red)

B (Blue)

M (Magenta)

G (Green)

C (Cyan)

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Signal You can adjust the image when the unit is receiving an input signal.

Display Aspect Ratio (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV/RGB PC

Sets the aspect ratio for projecting an image from an input signal. See Selecting a display aspect for projecting images, page 17.

Overscan (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

Overscans video input sources for display. Selects from [Standard] and [Full]. This parameter is not available when you select [Smart Zoom] in [Display Aspect]. In some cases, noise may appear at the edges of the image when you select [Full]. The overscan for [Standard] mode is approximately 94%. The overscan for [Full] mode is approximately 100%.

3D Y/C Separation (Input signal) Video(NTSC)

Adjusts the quality of images input from VIDEO jack. Suppresses the rainbow-like color and annoying dots in images. This function is only available for NTSC format signals the unit receives at its composite input jacks. Choices: On/Off

Noise Reduction (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

Reduces noise in analog images. Digital processing eliminates noise in the luminance and color signals from sources with a comparatively large amount of noise, producing a more vivid image. Use when the quality of the source you are viewing requires it. Choices: Off/1/2/3

Progressive Mode (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

Switches the interlace/progressive (I/P) conversion mode. Changes from Interlace/Progressive (I/P) conversion mode to [Auto] or [Video] mode. (Only for SDTV interlaced signal). [Auto] : Detects the film source automatically and projects it progressively. [Video] : Turns the detection function off.

Video Type (Input signal) Video/S-Video

Selects the correct type of device to ensure image synchronization. Select [VCR] when using an analog video tape as a video source. Select [DVD] for other sources.

Color Space Conversion

(Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component

Selects color space coefficients. [Auto] : Selects the best color space coefficient for the image resolution. [SDTV] : Color space coefficient for BT.601 type signal. [HDTV] : Color space coefficient for BT.709 type signal.

Setup Level (SDTV) (Input signal) Video/S-Video/Component/RGB TV

Compensates for differences in the black levels of SDTV images. For signals equal to the pedestal level : Set to [0%]. For signals with high levels of blackness : Set to [7.5%].

100

0

%

PEDESTAL LEVEL BLACK LEVEL

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Setup Level (HDTV) (Input signal) Component/RGB TV

Compensates for differences in the black levels of HDTV images. Usually, choose [0%]. For signals equal to the pedestal level : Set to [0%]. For signals with high levels of blackness : Set to [7.5%].

Clamp Position (Input signal) Component/RGB TV

Adjusts the clamp position for analog video sources. Choices: -30 to +30

Horiz. Display Position

(Input signal) RGB PC (except for HDMI signals)/ Component/RGB TV

Adjusts the horizontal display position of the image. Choices: PC type : -50 to 0 to +50

Video type : -10 to 0 to +10

Vert. Display Position (Input signal) RGB PC (except for HDMI signals)/ Component/RGB TV

Adjusts the vertical display position of the image. Choices: PC type : -50 to 0 to +50

Video type : -5 to 0 to +5

Signal Status Displays the resolution of the image signal the unit is receiving. Sync signal information for RGB type inputs is also displayed.

100

0

%

PEDESTAL LEVEL BLACK LEVEL

Sync Adjustment (Input signal) RGB PC (except for HDMI signals)

Regulates flickering, noise, and disorder in the image. Choices: -128 to +127

Tracking (Input signal) RGB PC (except for HDMI signals)

Regulates vertical striping in the image. Choices: 0 to 31

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Menu items

Color System Selects the color system to use for video input signals. Usually, set this parameter to Auto to have the unit automatically detect the signal and select an appropriate color system. Set the unit manually to view NTSC4.43 images as it cannot detect NTSC4.43 automatically. Choices: Auto/NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/PAL60/SECAM

INPUT A Sync Type Selects the sync type for signals received at INPUT A. This function is only available for RGB TV. Choices: Auto/Separate Sync/Composite Sync/Sync on Green

INPUT A Signal Selects the type of input signal received at INPUT A. Choices: Component/RGB PC/RGB TV

INPUT B Sync Type Selects the sync type for signals received at INPUT B. This function is only available for RGB TV. Choices: Auto/Separate Sync/Composite Sync/Sync on Green

HDMI Signal Selects the signal type received at the HDMI jack. Choices: Auto/Component/RGB TV

Auto Input Search Automatically changes inputs when the unit does not receive a signal. If the signal the unit is currently receiving stops, or the input signal you selected the last time you used the unit does is not available when you turn the unit power on, it automatically searches through inputs for a signal in the following order.

INPUT A INPUT B D4 VIDEO S VIDEO VIDEO HDMI INPUT A

Choices: On/Off

Display Language Selects the language used in the menu display. Choices: /English/Deutsch/Espaol/Franais/Italiano/Portugusa/ /

Reset Resets menu parameters to their default setting. Resets all menu parameters to their default setting, and return the configurations stored in the memory to their defaults. See page 37, 44 and 45 for the operational procedure. [All Settings] : Return all settings in the [Initial] and [Setup] menu groups in the

main menu, and all configurations stored by the memory function, to their factory default settings.

[All Memory] : Return all configurations stored by the memory function to their factory default settings.

[Current Memory] : Return the currently selected memory configuration to its factory default setting.

Lamp Running Time Displays the total lamp running time. Opens the submenu to reset the running time. See page 38 for the operational procedure.

INPUT B Signal Selects the signal type received at INPUT B. Choices: Component/RGB PC/RGB TV

Auto Power Off If the signal the unit is currently receiving stops and you do not perform any

operations for 30 minutes or more, the unit automatically places itself in

standby mode. Choices: On/Off

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Setup

Location Designate the location of the main unit. Choices: [Front/Table] [Front/Ceiling] [Rear/Table] [Rear/Ceiling] ( page 48)

Keystone Correction Adjusts the projection angle of the image. If you do not install the projector at right angles to the screen, the image will be trapezoidally distorted. You can electronically correct this distortion using the keystone function to adjust the width without changing the height of the image. Increase the keystone value (0 to 100) when the top of the image is overly wide, and reduce it (-100 to 0) when the lower part is overly wide.

Remote Control Sensor Sets the remote control sensor. The main unit has two remote control sensors, one on the front panel and one on the rear, which this setting allows you to switch between. The remote control functions regardless of the setting of this parameter if you use a wired connection to connect it to the main unit. Choices: Front & Rear/Front/Rear/Off

Remote Control ID Sets the remote control ID. The main unit can receive commands from the remote control if you set the same ID in the main menu as the remote control code switch on the side of the remote control is set to. Use this remote control code switch to allow one remote control to control two main units independently. Choices: ID1/ID2

Lamp Power Lowers the power supply to the lamp. You can adjust the power supplied to the lamp within the range of 80 to 100%.

Lens Adjustment Lock Locks the lens adjustment function. Locks the lens so that you cannot change the V.POS, ZOOM, and FOCUS settings accidentally when set to [ON]. Set to [OFF] to cancel this function.

Menu Color

Trigger Out Sets the TRIGGER OUT terminal. Set the external control TRIGGER OUT jack 12 V signal emission to [Lamp] to synchronize it to the ON/OFF state of the lamp, to [Fan] to synchronize it to the fan, and to [RS-232C] to receive ON/OFF signals through the RS-232C terminal. Choices: Lamp/Fan/RS-232C

Menu Mode Switches menu modes between an easy-to-use basic mode and a detailed

advanced mode. Choices: Basic/Advanced

Baud Rate Sets the transmission speed of the RS-232C terminal. This setting becomes valid from the next time you switch the unit on. Choices: 9600bps/19200bps/38400bps/57600bps/115200bps

Message Selects whether to display memory number, input signal and other

information on the projection screen. ( page 58) Choices: On/Off

When the upper part of the image is wider than the lower

Increase the value in the positive (+) direction

Decrease the value in the negative (-) direction

When the lower part of the image is wider than the top

Selects the color of the letters and background the main unit uses to display

the menu on screen. You can choose to display the menu screen in [Monotone] or [Color]. Also, you can adjust the contrast and brightness of the menu from the [Menu Brightness] and [Menu Contrast] menus. You can select from 3 color types.

Monotone Menu Brightness Menu Contrast

Color Menu Brightness Menu Contrast Color Style

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Operation button functions Use the buttons on the remote control or the main unit to operate the menus. The button functions are listed below.

1 Menu Button Opens/Closes the menu.

2 Cursor button + / - (Move the cursor ringht/left) Selects menu groups. Opens/Closes submenus. Selects/Changes settings. h / g (Moves the cursor up/down) Selects menu items. Selects/Changes settings.

3 button Confirms setting changes. Opens the in-line menu when the menu is not open. Selects special menu items ( page 36) and memory operation. ( page 41)

4 ESCAPE button Returns the cursor one level up the menu (e.g. From the menu item level to the menu

group level). Closes submenus. Closes the menu screen when the cursor is in a menu group. Returns from the menu movement bar to the menu entry screen, after moving a menu.

5 RESET button (Remote control only) Returns parameters back to their default settings (Does not affect items with no default setting).

4 5

RESET

6

1 2 3

VIDEO

STILL

HIDE

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

LIGHT

B D4

S VIDEO A

INPUT

MEMORY

HDMI

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

3

1

2

4

5

1

3

4

2

Remote Control

Main Unit

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Menu operations 1 (with no submenu) Menu operations use the procedure below to adjust menu item without submenus.

1. Open the menu screen.

Press the MENU button to open the menu screen.

Memo

If you have opened the menu screen previously, the menu displays the settings from the last time you used it.

2. Select a menu group.

Use the +/- buttons to select a menu group.

The illustration at right depicts the [Setup] group being selected.

Menu items related to the selected menu group are displayed.

You can now adjust the selected item.

Select a menu group (Image / Signal / Initial / Setup)

(Select with the +/- buttons)

Select an item to adjust or a setting

(Select with the h / g buttons)

Choose a setting for the selected item

(Usually, use the +/- buttons)

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Image

Black Level

Off L ML MH H

a b c d e

Memory 1 VIDEO

0

White Level 0

Gamma Trim

Hue 0

Saturation 100

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Color Adjustment

Level Adjustment

Iris

Signal Initial Setup

4

White Peaking

Move Menu Window

WRGB

0

6500K +0.000uv-

Location

VIDEO

Keystone Correction 0

Remote Control Sensor

Remote Control ID

Lens Adjustment Lock

Menu Color

Off On

Lamp Power 105

Basic Advance

Off OnMessage

Trigger Out

Baud Rate

Front / Table

Front & Rear

Monotone

Lamp

115200bps

ID 1

Menu Mode

Image

Memory 1

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

Remote Control Main Unit

MENU Button

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6. Close the menu screen.

When you have finished making adjustments, press the MENU button to close the menu screen.

5. Move to another item or group.

Memo

Use the h / g buttons to move the cursor to another item in the same group. To move to an item in another menu group, press ESCAPE or the h button to return to the top of the menu group, and repeat steps 2,3 and 4.

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Menu operations

4. Choose a setting for the item.

Use the +/- buttons to select a suitable setting.

The illustration at right depicts the [Lens Adjustment Lock] mode set to [On].

Memo

The setting method depends on the item selected. In the example at right, press +/- buttons to change On/Off states of the menu item.

3. Select a menu item.

Use the h / g buttons to move the cursor to the item you wish to adjust.

The illustration at right depicts [Lens Adjustment Lock] being selected.Remote Control Main Unit

or

Remote Control Main Unit

or

VIDEO

0

105

Location

Keystone Correction

Remote Control Sensor

Remote Control ID

Lens Adjustment Lock

Menu Color

Off On

Lamp Power

Basic Advance

Off OnMessage

Trigger Out

Baud Rate

Front / Table

Front & Rear

Color

Lamp

115200bps

ID 1

Menu Mode

Image

Memory 1

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

VIDEO

0

105

Location

Keystone Correction

Remote Control Sensor

Remote Control ID

Lens Adjustment Lock

Menu Color

Off On

Lamp Power

Basic Advance

Off OnMessage

Trigger Out

Baud Rate

Front / Table

Front & Rear

Monotone

Lamp

115200bps

ID 1

Menu Mode

Image

Memory 1

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Remote Control Main Unit

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

Remote Control Main Unit

ESCAPE Button

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

MENU Button

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Menu operations 2 (with submenus) Use the procedure below to adjust menu items that contain submenus.

1. Select a menu item.

Carry out steps 1-3 of Menu Operations 1 to select the item you want to set.

The illustration at right depicts [Display Language] in the [Initial] group selected.

Memo

A appears to the right of items that contain a submenu.

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Color System

VIDEO

INPUT A Signal

INPUT A Sync Type

INPUT B Signal

INPUT B Sync Type

Auto Power Off

Auto Input Search

Display Language

Reset

Auto

Component

Auto

RGB TV

Auto

HDMI Signal Component

English

Lamp Running Time 0 Hour

OnOff

Off On

Image

Memory 1

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Italiano

Portugusa

Franais

Espaol

Deutsch

English

VIDEO

Display Language

Image

Memory 1

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

VIDEO

Italiano

Portugusa

Franais

Espaol

Deutsch

English

2. Use the + buttons to move to the submenu.

Memo

Some menu items contain other items that you can select. In such cases, move to the lower level sub-menu using the + button.

3. Use the cursor button to adjust item settings.

Memo

You must press the button to confirm some settings.

: Fix appears in the operations guide at the bottom left of the menu screen if this is necessary.

4. Press the or ESCAPE buttons to return to higher level menu items.

5. Close the menu screen.

Press the MENU button to close the menu screen when you have finished making adjustments.

Items using the button for setting.

Display Aspect Ratio

Color System

Input A Signal

Input A Sync Type

Input B Signal

Input B Sync Type

HDMI Signal

Remote Control Sensor

Remote Control ID

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Special menu operations Some items in the menu require special methods to configure.

VIDEOMemory 1

Initial Setup

nu Window

Gain 0.82

y

0.3

0.35

0.6 0.65x

x=0.640 y=0.330

Image Signal

Move Men

: Edit

y

0.5

0.0 0.0 0.5 x

Red

Example: Adjusting R (Red)

The name of the selected item appears here.

Use the cursor buttons to select an item.

Press the button.

Press the ESCAPE button.

Color coordinate display area

Color coordinate adjustment area

Press the button to change the item to adjust.

Gain setting display area

Gain adjustment area

Menu operations

1. Select [Color Adjustment] in the [Image] group from the main menu.

2. Press the + button to enter submenus.

3. Select a suitable item from [Standard] [WRGB] [WRGBYCM] using the h or g buttons, and press the + button.

This explanation uses the [WRGBYCM] menu as an example.

4. Use the cursor buttons to select the item you wish to configure from the color scale and press the button.

Color coodinate adjustment area on the right side of the menu screen will be highlighted.

5. Use the cursor buttons to adjust a setting for the item.

6. Press the button to move to the gain adjustment area for R (red), G (green), B (blue), Y (yellow), C (cyan), and M (magenta).

7. Press the +/- buttons to adjust the gain.

8. Press the ESCAPE button to return to the color scale.

Memo

See page 27 for datails about each color item.

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Reset parameters to the default settings.

VIDEOESC : Return

Image

Memory 1

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Menu operations

VIDEO

Image

Memory 4

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Press " " to reset to factory settings.

ESC : Return

1. From the main menu, select the item you wish to reset to the default setting.

2. Press the RESET button on the remote control to reset to the default settings (resetting does not affect items with no default setting).

Memo

The RESET button has a special function when used from [WRGBYCM] in [Color Adjustment]. ( page 27)

1. From the menu screen, select [Initial] [Reset] [All Settings].

Return all settings to their default state.

VIDEO+ : Enter

Reset

All Settings

All Memory

Current Memory

Image

Memory 4

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

2. Press the + button to display a confirmation message.

3. Press the button to reset to the default settings.

Memo

Press the ESCAPE button to cancel this operation and return to the previous screen.

Change the position of the menu on the screen.

1. With the menu screen open, press the ESCAPE or h button and move the cursor to one of the menu groups.

2. Press the h button to enter [Move Menu Window].

3. Use the cursor buttons to move the menu screen to a location of your choice.

4. Press the ESCAPE button to return to the previous menu screen.

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Reset the [Lamp Running Time] displayed on screen to 0.

VIDEO

Special

Image Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Memory 1

Cinema Zoom

Cinema Squeeze

14:9 Zoom

Subtitle Zoom

+ : Enter

Menu operations

Use the [Subtitle Area] menu to adjust the size of the subtitle display area. Use [V Scroll] to adjust the vertical position of the subtitle display.

1. From the menu screen select [Signal] [Display Aspect Ratio] [Special].

2.Press the + button to enter lower level menu items.

3. Select [Subtitle Zoom] with h or g buttons.

4. Press the button.

A appears to the right of [Subtitle zoom].

Memo

After the first time you carry out this procedure, a appears beside [Subtitle Zoom] automatically.

1. From the menu screen select [Initial] [Lamp Running Time].

: Fix

No

Yes

VIDEO

Image

Memory 4

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Lamp Running Time 12 Hours

Press " " to reset lamp running time.

Color System

VIDEO

INPUT A Signal

INPUT A Sync Type

INPUT B Signal

INPUT B Sync Type

Auto Power Off

+ : Enter

Auto Input Search

Display Language

Reset

Auto

Component

Auto

RGB TV

Auto

HDMI Signal Component

English

Lamp Running Time 12 Hours

OnOff

Off On

Image

Memory 1

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

2. Press the + button to open the confirmation screen.

3. Use the h or g buttons to select [Yes].

4. Press the button to confirm.

Memo

Select [No] to cancel the operation and return to the menu screen.

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5. Press the + button to enter lower level selection menus.

6. Use h or g buttons to select [Subtitle Area] or [V Scroll].

7. Use the + or buttons to select a suitable setting.

Memo

Press h or g buttons to move to a different menu item within the [Subtitle Zoom] menu.

8. Press the ESCAPE button to return to a higher level menu.

VIDEO

Image Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Memory 1ESC : Return

Subtitle Area

V Scroll

0

0

Subtitle Zoom

Menu operations

Press the button

1. From the menu screen, select [Image] [Gamma].

2. Press the button to switch between capital (A to E) and non capital (a to e) letters.

3. Use the + or buttons to select an appropriate setting.

Press the button to cycle between the 2 menu pages. ( page 25)

Image

Black Level

Off L ML MH H

A B C D E

Memory 1 VIDEO

0

White Level 0

Gamma

Hue 0

Saturation 100

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Color Adjustment

Level Adjustment

Iris

Signal Initial Setup

4

White Peaking

Move Menu Window

WRGB

0

6500K +0.000uv-

a

: Exchange

A

Image

Black Level

Off L ML MH H

a b c d e

Memory 1 VIDEO

0

White Level 0

Gamma

Hue 0

Saturation 100

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Color Adjustment

Level Adjustment

Iris

Signal Initial Setup

4

White Peaking

Move Menu Window

WRGB

0

6500K +0.000uv-

A a

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Adjusting image quality using the inline menu Use the inline menu to adjust image quality without obstructing the image during projection. See Menu group items and functions (pages 25-31) for information on each setting.

Black Level

Inline menu item

Indicate that you can use the h and g buttons to change the position of the inline menu.

Press the + or - buttons to set the item to an appropriate setting. Press the RESET button to return the item to its default setting.

1. Press the button when the menu is not open.

Image menu items appear one at a time in the lower area of the screen. If you do not carry out any operations within 5 seconds, the menu display disappears.

Press the h or g buttons to select an item to set.

2. When you have finished making adjustments, press the ESCAPE button to close the menu display.

Memo

Press the button to change between the pages of the [Gamma] menu.

Black Level

Sharpness Type Off L ML MH H

Sharpness Type Off L ML MH H

Parameter adjustment area

The menu items available may differ depending on the input signal type.

Memo

When [Sharpness Type] is set to [Off], the [Sharpness Gain] adjustment cannot be performed.

Black Level White Level Gamma Hue Saturation Color Temp. White Correction

Sharpness Type Sharpness Gain White Peaking Iris

For video type sources

Brightness Contrast Gamma Color Temp. White Correction White Peaking Iris

For PC type sources

Menu operations

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ory function

8

The memory function automatically saves the settings of menu items listed in the table below.

Memory configurations The DPX-1100 can store up to 6 sets of configurations, called memory numbers, for each input jack. For each memory number the DPX- 1100 stores a specific configuration for each signal type, giving a total of 72 possible configurations.

Recalling a memory number

Saving memory settings

All memory numbers have default settings. The unit saves any changes to menu item settings to the current memory number, so you do not need save the settings yourself. To preserve your current settings, change the memory number you are using without making any further changes, or use the Memory lock function to keep the settings as they are ( See page 43).

1. Select [Image] or [Signal] group from the menu screen.

STANDBY/ON

SETTING

LAMP COVER TEMP FAN

PATTERN

ESCAPE MENU

INPUTASPECT

PATTIRIS

AUTO

SETTING

ZOOM FOCUSV. POS

INPUT

MENU

ASPECT

ESCAPE

Remote Control Main Unit

MENU Button

1. Press the MEMORY button with the desired memory number (1-6).

Remote Control

4 5 6

1 2 3

VIDEO

STILL LIGHT

B D4

S VIDEO A

INPUT

MEMORY

DVI

MEMORY area

Memory configurations for each input jack/connector Settable menu items

Image

Black Level (Brightness) White Level (Contrast) Gamma Hue Saturation Color Temp. White Correction Sharpness Type Sharpness Gain Color Adjustment White Peaking Iris Level Adjustment

Signal

3D Y/C Separation Noise Reduction Video Type Progressive Mode Color Space Conversion Setup Level Signal Level

Input Signal TypeInput VIDEO

S VIDEO

INPUT A

INPUT B

HDMI

D4

Total

Usable memory numbers

SDTV HDTV RGB-PC

SDTV HDTV RGB-PC

SDTV HDTV

SDTV HDTV

1 to 6

1 to 6

1 to 6 1 to 6 1 to 6

1 to 6 1 to 6 1 to 6

1 to 6 1 to 6

1 to 6 1 to 6

up to 72

8 Memory function (Saving, recalling, locking, and resetting memory settings.)

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Off L ML MH H

a b c d e

Memory 1 VIDEO

0

0

0

100

WRGB

4

+ : Enter

Image Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Black Level

White Level

Gamma Trim

Hue

Saturation

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Level Adjustment

Iris

Color Adjustment

White Peaking 0

6500K +0.000uv-

2. Press the g button to select Memory number status from the bottom of the screen.

3. Press the + button to open the submenu.

Remote Control Main Unit

or

5. Press the button to call the memory number you selected.

4. Press theh or g buttons to select a memory setting number.

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Remote Control Main Unit

or Memo

When the unit receives a signal with a different resolution from the same input jack, it detects the new resolution and calls an appropriate memory setting.

Memory 6 VIDEO

Memory 5

Memory 4

Memory 3

Memory 2

Memory 1

: Fix

Image Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Memory number status

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Memory lock The unit has a lock function you can set so that it does not accidentally overwrite information stored in its memory. You can set the lock function for each memory number, and additionally for each SDTV/HDTV/RGB-PC input.

1. Select the memory number you wish to lock.

2. Select a memory number status.

3. Press the button.

A mark appears beside locked memory numbers.

Memo

To lock another memory number, select another memory number ( page 41-42) and repeat steps 2 to 3.

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Off L ML MH H

a b c d e

Memory 1 VIDEO

0

0

0

100

WRGB

4

Image Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Black Level

White Level

Gamma Trim

Hue

Saturation

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Level Adjustment

Iris

Color Adjustment

White Peaking 0

6500K +0.000uv-

1. Select the memory number you wish to unlock.

2. Select a memory number status.

3. Press the button.

The disappears from the memory status screen and the memory lock is removed from the memory number you selected.

Memo

To unlock another memory number, select another memory number ( page 41-42) and repeat steps 2 to 3.

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Off L ML MH H

a b c d e

Memory 1 VIDEO

0

0

0

100

WRGB

4

+ : Enter

Image Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Black Level

White Level

Gamma Trim

Hue

Saturation

Sharpness Type

Sharpness Gain

Level Adjustment

Iris

Color Adjustment

White Peaking 0

6500K +0.000uv-

Memo

You can change settings when the memory is locked, but the unit does not save the changes to memory. Any changes you make are erased when you place this unit to standby mode. The memory number status color changes from white to grey if you change any menu items when the memory is locked.

The disappears.

The appears.

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VIDEO

Image

Memory 4

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

ESC : Return

Press " " to reset current memory.

1. From the main menu, select [Initial] [Reset] [Current Memory].

VIDEO+ : Enter

Reset

All Settings

All Memory

Current Memory

Image

Memory 4

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

2. Press the + button to display a confirmation screen.

3. Press the button to return the parameters to their default settings.

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Resetting to the default settings Reset stored memory to default settings.

This returns memory (corresponding to the signal input from the currently selected input jack) to its default setting.

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Return the all memory contents to the default settings regardless of the input jack or input signal.

1. From the main menu, select [Initial] [Reset] [All memory].

VIDEO

Reset

+ : Enter

All Settings

All Memory

Current Memory

Image

Memory 4

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

2. Press the + button to display a confirmation screen.

3. Press the button to return the parameters to their default settings.

Remote Control Main Unit

or

Remote Control Main Unit

or

VIDEO

Image

Memory 4

Signal Initial Setup

Move Menu Window

Press " " to reset all Memory.

ESC : Return

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Connecting to AV components

This unit is equipped with 6 types of video input jacks for AV components. Follow the diagram to connect AV components to this unit, taking care to use cables and adapters that match the input jacks.

Warning

Be sure to turn off the power of this unit and the source component before attempting connection.

Connection methods and jack names may differ depending on the component you are attempting to connect. Refer to the owners manual for the component.

Insert all plugs firmly to avoid noise or other problems.

Memo

Be sure to connect Y/PB/PR and Y/CB/CR to the jacks with the correct signals when connecting AV components to INPUT A. Refer to the owners manual of the source component for more information. You may need to make connections to HD/SYNC and VD for RGB video signals.

HDMI

G/Y B/PB/CB R/PR/CR

INPUT A

HD/SYNC VD

OUT IN

REMOTE TRIGGER OUT

S VIDEO VIDEO

INPUT B

RGB/YPBPR/YCBCR

RS-232C

D4 VIDEO

G/Y R/PR/CRB/PB/CB

D connector cable

D-sub monitor cable

BNC cable for component connection

Pin/BNC adapters

Pin cable

Video pin cable

S-Video cable

D14 output connectors

Pin jacksD-sub

Component/RGB video output connectors

Image output from AV components

BNC jacks S-Video output jack

Video output jack

HDMI cable (digital)

HDMI output connector

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Input

VIDEO S VIDEO INPUT A INPUT B D4 VIDEO HDMI

Signal type

Composite video S-Video Component video/RGB video Component video/RGB video Component video Component video/RGB video (digital)

Connector type

Pin jack Mini DIN connector BNC connector x 3-5 D-sub 15 pin D connector HDMI connector

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You can use the following two methods to connect to computer devices. Be sure to use cables with jacks that match the connectors and jacks you wish to use.

Connecting to computer devices

HDMI

G/Y B/PB/CB R/PR/CR

INPUT A

HD/SYNC VD

OUT IN

REMOTE TRIGGER OUT

S VIDEO VIDEO

INPUT B

RGB/YPBPR/YCBCR

RS-232C

D4 VIDEO

D-Sub monitor cable

BNC monitor cable

Monitor output terminal

Computer devices

Input

INPUT A INPUT B

Signal type

RGB (Analog) RGB (Analog)

Connector type

BNC jack x 5 D-sub 15 pin

Use the supplied trigger-out DC plug to control external components. Be sure to solder the wires from an external component to the plug terminals with the correct polarities, as illustrated at left.

Warning

Soldering the wires to terminals with incorrect polarity may cause bodily injury or may damage this unit and the external component connected to this unit with this cable.

Information for installers (for US model only)

+ polarity (inside)

- polarity (outside) (GND)

+ polarity

- polarity

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Setting up the DPX-1100

Mounting the projector on a table

A: From in front of a screen Place the unit on a table to project and view the image from in front of the screen. Usually, place the unit on a reasonably high table. The height from the bottom of the unit to the center of the lens is 12.4cm (4-7/8).

B: From behind a screen (using a semi-translucent screen) Place the unit on a table to project and view the image from behind a semi-translucent screen. The distance between the projector and the screen should be the same as A: From in front of the screen. Set the [Location] menu item in the [Setup] menu group to [Rear/Table]. ( page 22 - 40)

Mounting the projector on the ceiling There are two kinds of brackets (low ceiling and high ceiling, sold separately), which you can use to mount the projector on the ceiling. Please consult your dealer for details on their use, and have installation done by either your dealer or a reputable contractor.

C: From in front of a screen Mount the unit on the ceiling to project and view the image from in front of the screen. The distance between the projector and the screen should be the same as A: From in front of the screen. Set the [Location] menu item in the [Setup] menu group to [Front/Ceiling]. ( page 22 - 40)

D: From behind a semi-translucent screen Mount the unit on the ceiling to project and view the image from behind a semi-translucent screen. The distance between the projector and the screen should be the same as B: From behind a screen. Set the [Location] menu item in the [Setup] menu group to [Rear/Ceiling]. ( page 22 - 40)

There are four ways of mounting the projector.

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Mounting method

Placed on a table

Mounted on the ceiling

Projection method

A: From in front of a screen

C: From in front of a screen

B: From behind a semi-translucent screen

D: From behind a semi-translucent screen

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The most suitable distance between the screen and the projector (see Projection distance [a]) depends on the size of the screen (diagonal length) you use. You can use the zoom function to adjust the projection distance within a preset range from Wide to Tele. You can also alter the V.POS parameter to adjust the vertical position of the image to better suit the screen. Use the information in the table below to determine the best location to place the projector in to suit your screen size.

Projection distance

Since the DPX-1100 has a 16:9 panel, the ideal installation location for use with a 4:3 screen depends on the size of the image you wish to view.

60'' 80'' 100'' 150'' 200''

6,07 9,74 m (19'10" 31'11")

4,54 7,29 m (14'10" 23'11")

3,00 4,84 m (9'10" 15'10")

2,39 3,86 m (7'10" 12'08")

1,78 2,88 m (5'10" 9'05")

* These are theoretical values. During actual use there may be a deviance of a few percent.

(*1) Projects a 16:9 image that completely fills the screen (leaves a black line at the top and bottom of the screen). (*2) Projects a 4:3 image that completely fills the screen. (*3) When projecting both 16:9 and 4:3 images.

You can use the zoom function to make efficient use of the screen for both *1 and *2 above. The projection distance in this case is between Wide in *2 and Tele in *1. Use the zoom to adjust the size of the projection images so that they fill the screen completely. Note that adjustments to V.POS may cause the position of the image to change.

Projection distance [a]

Lens centerline Screen size

60 70 80 90

100 110 120 150 200

Screen size (inch)

1.78 2.88 2.08 3.37 2.39 3.86 2.70 4.35 3.00 4.84 3.31 5.33 3.62 5.82 4.54 7.29 6.07 9.74

Projection distance [a] Wide (m) Tele (m)

Screen size (inch) 16:9 image (*1)

Wide (m) Tele (m) 4:3 image (*2)

Wide (m) Tele (m)

Projection distance[a]

60 80

100 120 200

1.63 2.64 2.19 3.54 2.76 4.44 3.32 5.34 5.58 8.94

2.17 3.52 2.93 4.72 3.68 5.92 4.43 7.12

7.43 11.92

(*3)

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Follow the instructions to adjust the position of the projected image on screen.

This illustration shows the limits within which the zoom function can alter projection distance [a] in relation to screen size. You can adjust the image within these limits so that it fills the screen completely. ( page 21)

You can adjust the vertical position of the projection image up or down by half of the height of the screen. For example, shifting V.POS fully up brings the lower limit of the image above the centerline of the lens. ( page 20)

If you mount this unit on a tabletop, you can use the adjusters on its underside to change the position of the projection image. Rotate the movable part of the two screw-type adjusters at the front bottom of the case to adjust the height. The movement range of the adjusters is 3cm (1-1/4 inch). Adjust with care as loosening them further than 3cm may cause them to separate from the unit.

Projection image position

Keystone adjustment If you mount the unit at an angle to the screen, it projects trapezoidally distorted images. You can use the [keystone Correction] item in the [Setup] menu group to rectify this. ( page 22-34)

Memo

If the keystone is adjusted aspect ratio may not be correctly maintained. To correctly maintain the aspect ratio, try to use the DPX- 1100 with the lens shift in the center position.

The video may be disturbed by keystone correction. Wherever possible, we recommend setting up so the screen and projector form a right angle.

Wide Tele

Lens centerline

Lens centerline (When shifted fully up)

Lens centerline (When shifted fully down)

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Glossary

The following is a list of key words used in the use of projectors and image signals and their explanations. Please refer to it when using this manual. For an explanation of vocabulary used in the menu, refer to "Menu group items and functions ( page 25).

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Ceiling mount bracket The mounting hardware used to hang this unit from the ceiling. Two types of bracket are available, for high and low ceilings. Ceiling mount brackets are sold separately.

Cinemascope size The widest film format in 70mm film, with an aspect of 2.35:1.

Color spacing The conversion of YUV color separated signal to RGB signal. There are two formats for this, BT.601 for SDTV, and BT.709 for HDTV. This unit switches between them as required.

Component video signal A method of sending video signals with independent luminance and color signals. Component video gives a higher image quality than ordinary composite video because it bypasses mixing and separating circuits. Component video signal consists of three lines, the luminance signal (Y), and two color difference signals (PB/CB, PR/CR).

Composite video signal The most common type of video signal, combining luminance and color signals in one line. This method requires mixing and separating processes on both the send and receive sides. Use a pin cable for connection.

DCDiTM function Directional Correlational Deinterlacing, a high quality image circuitry developed by the Faroudja company. DCDi uses edge cutting techniques to remove jagged edges from images during Interlace to Progressive conversion, allowing smooth, natural reproduction of images.

DLPTM technology Digital Light Processing, an image display engine used in projectors that use the DMD chip developed by Texas Instruments.

D terminal A cable that allows transmission of all of the signals in composite video in one cable. This method is used for transmitting image signals between the latest AV components. There are 5 methods of transmission, D1-D5. This unit is compatible with D4.

HDCP A technique designed to protect the video transmission between a DVI or HDMI transmitter and a display device.

HDMITM

High-Definition Multimedia Interface, a method of differentially transmitting digital RGB/component video signal from computers and home digital equipment.

HDTV High-Definition Television, a term used to define systems that satisfy the following conditions: A vertical resolution of 720p or 1080i (p stands for progressive

scans, ; stands for interlace scans) A 16:9 aspect ratio

Interlace The most common type of scanning used in televisions. It divides a screen into even and odd numbered fields for scanning, and then builds an image by combining them into one image (frame).

Keystone Correction Using the unit at an angle to the screen distorts the projected image trapezoidally. You can use Keystone Correction to electronically correct this distortion.

Letterbox A method of converting the content of landscape oriented film to a 4:3 signal. You can watch landscape images without trimming them by adding a black bar to the top and bottom of the screen, however this sacrifices vertical resolution to some extent.

Progressive A method of displaying all scanning lines in a frame at once, reducing flicker noticeable on a larger screen and creating a sharp, smooth image. This unit uses progressive scanning for progression.

RGB Signal A method of transmitting color information using a numeric representation of the primary colors red, green, and blue separately. When received, it is expressed in various colors by adding a mixing colors. RGB is widely used for sending and receiving color images between computers, and requires horizontal and vertical sync signals.

SDTV Standard Definition Television, a term used to define normal television broadcasts which do not meet HDTV standards.

Smart zoom Expands the left and right sides of a 4:3 image without altering the center, when you are attempting to project a 4:3 image on a wide screen format. This creates some distortion at both edges.

Squeeze A method of compressing film images horizontally to an aspect of ratio of 4:3 when recording to video medium. The raw image is oblong, so needs to be passed through a desqueezing circuit to be projected in its original form.

Standby The state in which the circuit that receives infrared-signals from the remote control is active, but all other main circuits are turned on. The unit consumes a small amount of power in this state.

S Video signal S stands for Separate. A method of sending signals with separate luminance (Y) and color (C) signals. Use a 4-pin mini DIN connector and cable for connection.

Sync. Computers output signals with a given regular frequency, which you must synchronize the projector to in order to produce a good quality image. If you do not match the phase of the signal, the image may be flickery, faded, or distorted.

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Test pattern This unit contains test patterns which you can use to adjust the position and focus of the projected image on the screen.

Tracking Computers output signals with a given regular frequency, which you must synchronize the projector to in order to produce a good quality image. If you do not match the phase of the signal, vertical stripes may appear on the image.

Vista size A standard film size, with an aspect ratio of 1.85:1 in North America, and 1.66:1 in Europe.

3-2 pulldown detection style IP conversion A function for directly converting interlace signal into sixty frame progressive signal used when receiving 60 field interlace signal from an image source recorded with the same 24 frames as movie film. This allows DVD and other materiel recorded with 24 frames to be projected on large screens as a natural, precise image with no loss of quality, comparable to a movie film.

Glossary

* DLPTM and DMDTM are registered trademarks of the Texas Instruments corporation of America.

* DCDi is a trademark of Faroudja, a division of Genesis Microchip, Inc.

* HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademark of HDMI Licensing LLC.

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The following tables show the types and formats of signals the DPX-1100 can project. Signals other than those listed here may not be projected correctly.

TV format 1 (Composite or S Video signals received at the VIDEO or S-VIDEO jacks)

TV Format 2 (Component/RGB TV signals received at the INPUT A and B, or component signals received at the D4 jacks)

HDMI Format (Component/RGB signals input from the HDMI jack)

(*3) VGA mode is only available for RGB signals. (*4) You cannot select YCBCR4:2:2 mode manually. This mode only available when you set the unit to HDMI Auto mode.

PC Format (Analog RGB PC signals received at the INPUT A or B jacks)

(*1) VESA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics Standards Association. (*2) Macintosh is a registered trademark of the Apple Computer corporation.

Compatible signal types

fsc (MHz) Color systemSignal type V active

(lines) f (V) (Hz)

NTSC 480 59.94 3.58 NTSC PAL 576 50.00 4.43 PAL SECAM 576 50.00 4.406, 4.25 SECAM PAL60 480 59.94 4.43 PAL NTSC4.43 576 59.94 4.43 NTSC PAL-M 480 59.94 3.58 PAL PAL-N 576 50.00 3.58 PAL

Signal type

480i 576i 480p 576p 720p/50Hz 720p/60Hz 1035i 1080i/50Hz 1080i/60Hz

H active (pixels)

720 720 720 720 1280 1280 1920 1920 1920

V active (lines)

483 576 480 576 720 720 1035 1080 1080

f (H) (kHz)

15.734 15.625 31.469 31.250 37.500 44.955 33.750 28.125 33.716

f (V) (Hz)

59.940 50.000 59.940 50.000 50.000 59.940 60.000 50.000 59.940

1280

720 1440

1280

f (H) (kHz)

f (V) (Hz) Component typeSignal type V active

(lines) H active (pixels)

31.469 59.94 RGB (*3)VGA 480640 15.734 59.94 RGB/YCBCR4:4:4/YCBCR4:2:2 (*4)480i 480(1440) 720 15.625 50 RGB/YCBCR4:4:4/YCBCR4:2:2 (*4)576i 576(1440) 720

720 1440 31.469 59.94 RGB/YCBCR4:4:4/YCBCR4:2:2 (*4)480p 480

31.25 50 RGB/YCBCR4:4:4/YCBCR4:2:2 (*4)576p 576

37 59.94 RGB/YCBCR4:4:4/YCBCR4:2:2 (*4)720/60p 720

1920 44.955 50 RGB/YCBCR4:4:4/YCBCR4:2:2 (*4)720/50p 720

1920 33.716 59.94 RGB/YCBCR4:4:4/YCBCR4:2:2 (*4)1080/60i 1080 28.125 50 RGB/YCBCR4:4:4/YCBCR4:2:2 (*4)1080/50i 1080

VESA (*1)

Macintosh (*2)

f (H) (kHz)

V active (lines)

H active (pixels)Signal type f (V)

(Hz) 31.469480640VGA/60Hz 59.940 37.861480640VGA/72Hz 72.809 37.500480640VGA/75Hz 75.000 43.269480640VGA/85Hz 85.008 35.156600800SVGA/56Hz 56.250 37.879600800SVGA/60Hz 60.317 48.077600800SVGA/72Hz 72.188 46.875600800SVGA/75Hz 75.000 53.674600800SVGA/85Hz 85.061 48.3637681024XGA/60Hz 60.004 35.000480640 66.666

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Regular care Be sure to disconnect the power cable before doing any maintenance.

Wipe with a soft cloth. Use a damp cloth with a mild detergent and then wipe with a dry cloth again if the unit is heavily soiled. Do not use strong solvents such as thinner or alcohol as they may damage the unit casing.

Use commercially available blowers or lens tissue to remove any dirt from the lens.

If dust accumulates on the ventilation port filter, the internal temperature of the unit rises, which may cause damage to the unit. Clean the filter approximately once every 200 hours. Remove the power cable from the AC outlet, and remove dust from the filter with a vacuum cleaner.

To prevent dust from entering the filter itself, be sure to vacuum the filter with the unit on its side.

Replacing the filter Replace the filter when it becomes difficult to remove dust from it.

Maintenance

1. Turn off the power and remove the power cable.

2. Carefully place the unit upside down on a soft cloth to prevent scratching.

3. Press the filter hook on the underside of the main unit to remove the filter.

4. Firmly attach the new filter. The lamp does not light if the filter is incorrectly attached.

Warning

Contact a YAMAHA dealer or service center if you require replacement filters.

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Replacing the lamp Warning

Be sure to use the replacement lamp cartridge PJL 427. Other lamp cartridges are not suitable for use in the DPX-1100.

If replacing the lamp of the projector that has been installed to the ceiling, you should remove the projector from the ceiling before replacing the lamp.

The lamp used as a light source in the DPX-1100 is a consumable item which will gradually lose its brightness during the course of use. It is advisable to replace the lamp when running time has exceeded 2000 hours. You can check the lamp running time in the [Lamp Running Time] in the [Initial] menu group of the Menu screen. The LAMP warning indicator will blink when running time exceeds 2000 hours. There will also be a message displayed on the screen. In this case, follow the instructions below to replace the lamp cartridge. Be sure to use the replacement lamp cartridge PJL 427. Other lamp cartridges are not suitable for use in the DPX-1100. Consult the store where the DPX- 1100 was bought for details on replacement of lamp cartridges.

Warning

Before starting to replace the lamp cartridge, turn off the power, disconnect the power cable after the fan has completely stopped, and wait at least one hour for the lamp to cool down.

Do not remove any other screws than those specified in the following steps.

1. Loosen the lamp cover screws.

2. Remove the lamp cover.

3. Loosen the screws of the lamp cartridge.

4. Grip the handle and pull the lamp cartridge to remove it.

5. Insert the new lamp cartridge by reversing the above steps, and tighten the screws to fix it into place.

6. Replace the lamp cover and secure it with the screws. The lamp will not turn on if the cover is not securely fastened. Take care to attach it firmly in place.

7. Connect the unit to the power outlet, turn the unit on, and reset [Lamp Running Time] on the [Initial] group in the menu. ( page 38)

Maintenance

Lamp cover screws

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Troubleshooting

Cause RemedyProblem

Image is unstable.

The image becomes cloudy.

Cannot adjust focus or zoom, or the vertical position of the lens.

Remote control does not work correctly.

There is condensation on the DPX-1100.

[Lens Adjustment Lock] in the menu is set to ON.

The batteries are exhausted.

The remote control sensor is not set correctly.

There is a fluorescent lamp near the remote control sensor being used.

The remote control code switch is incorrectly set.

Switch the DPX-1100 power off until the condensation disappears.

Set correctly. Set [Lens Adjustment Lock] to off. Press the MENU button to display the menu and select [Setup] [Lens Adjustment Lock].

Replace both batteries with new ones.

Set correctly. Press the MENU button to display the menu and select [Setup] [Remote Control Sensor].

Turn off the remote control sensor near the fluorecent lamp, and use the other remote sensor.

Set the remote control code switch to the same ID number as the setting on the REMOTE CONTROL ID in the setting menu.

The connection cables are not correctly attached to the connectors.

Correctly connect the cables to the appropriate connectors.

The DPX-1100 does not turn on.

The power cable is not plugged in.

You attempted to turn on The DPX-1100 immediately after turning it off.

The filter cover is not correctly attached.

The lamp cover is not correctly attached.

Wait for approximately 2 minutes.

To protect the lamp, you cannot turn on power for 2 minutes after you turn it off.

Plug the power cable in firmly.

Correctly attach the filter cover.

Correctly attach the lamp cover.

No picture. The lens cover has not been removed.

The DPX-1100 is not correctly connected to the other components.

The input signal has not been correctly selected.

The picture is turned off.

The computer is not set to display on the external monitor.

Remove the lens cover.

Check the connections.

Select the correct input signal with the INPUT button. Press the AUTO button on the remote control. Use the menu to adjust the signal setting to suit the input setting. [Initial]

Press the HIDE button again to cancel the HIDE function.

Set the computer to display on the external monitor. (Refer to the computer operating instructions.)

Press the FOCUS button, and adjust the focus.

Adjust the projection angle and direction, and the height of the DPX-1100.

Picture is blurred. The lens is not correctly focused.

The screen and the DPX-1100 are not facing each other directly.

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Cause RemedyProblem

Troubleshooting

FAN warning indicator lights up.

TEMP warning indicator lights up.

COVER warning indicator lights up.

LAMP warning indicator lights up or blinks.

The fan is broken.

The temperature inside the DPX-1100 is extremely high.

The filter cover is not correctly attached.

The lamp cover is not correctly attached.

Lamp running time has exceeded 2000 hours.

The lamp has burned out.

Contact the store where the DPX-1100 was purchased.

Check that the ventilation slots are not covered.

Tightly attach the filter cover.

Tightly attach the lamp cover.

Replace the lamp with a new one.

Replace the lamp with a new one.

This unit uses a DMD TM chip for the picture display. Their highly accurate technology makes it possible to keep more than 99.99% of effective pixels, however, unexpectedly it can produce less than 0.01% of ineffective pixels. In such a case, missing or flashing of a few pixels can be found on the screen. These are characteristics of DMD TM , not mechanical problems.

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Message display

Message Condition

No Signal

Memory 16 Now Processing

The lamps has reached its recommended replacement time. Please replace with a new one.

Invalid Operation

Lens Adjustment is locked.

INPUT A (Component) (Example)

Auto Sync...

Out Of Range

Unknown Format

Press again to enter standby.

The memory setting number is displayed for 2 seconds.

This message is displayed when the power switch is turned on if the lamp running time exceeds 2000 hours. Press the ESCAPE button to remove the message.

This message will display for 2 seconds if you press the V. POS, ZOOM, or FOCUS buttons when the [Lens Adjustment Lock] is set to [On].

Appears in the menu operation guide when you press an invalid button during menu operation. This message displays for 2 seconds.

The unit is not receiving or detecting any signal at the selected input jack. This message is displayed together with the name of the input source selected with the INPUT button.

The input name selected by the INPUT button is displayed. It will turn off 2 seconds after the signal has been input.

The unit is setting itself to the most appropriate configuration for the RGB signal currently being received.

The unit is not able to decode the PC or HDMI signal currently being input.

The unit is not able to decode the video signal currently being input.

Press the STANDBY/ON button once more to place the unit in standby mode.

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LED indicator meanings

(*) This LED is also present on the front panel of the main unit.

LED indicator State

Unlit

Lit orange

Blinking green

Meaning

Lit green

Blinking orange

Blinking red

Unlit

Lit red

Unlit

Lit red

Unlit

Lit red

Unlit

Lit red

Blinking orange

STANDBY/ON (*)

LAMP

COVER

TEMP

FAN

Electrical fault.

Standby

Preparing for operation.

Operating

Cooling the lamp.

When the LAMP/COVER/TEMP/FAN indicator is lit red.

Normal

The lamp has burned out.

Normal

The lamp cover or the filter cover is not attached correctly.

Normal

The temperature of the lamp or the interior of the case is abnormally high.

Normal

The cooling fan has broken.

The lamp running time has exceeded 2000 hours.

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Specifications

Usable temperature range

Usable humidity range

Power supply

Power consumption

Power consumption in standby mode

Noise level

Dimension

Weight

5 C 35 C

30 % 85 %(There should be no condensation)

AC100 120 V/220 240 V, 50/60 Hz

375 W

0.1 W 0.2 W

30 dB(Standard mode), 28 dB(When Lamp Power Mode is set to 80)

495(W) x 192.6(H) x 465.4(D) mm

13.8 kg

General

Wireless remote

Wired remote

1 in front, 1 at rear

1 input jack, 1 output jack

Remote

Trigger

RS-232C (D-sub 9 pins)

+12 V/Max 200 mA when the power is on

Controls

Input

HDMI Digital RGB/component signal

Projection mode

Lens

Lamp

Screen size

Brightness

Contrast

DLPTM (DMDTM) type, 1280 X 720 pixels, 0.8 inch

f=24.3 38.9 mm F=2.7 5.0, Electronic zoom(x 1.6), Electronic focus, Electronic lens shift

270 W SHP lamp

60200 inch (16:9)

800 400 ANSI lm (depends on Iris Setting)

2000:1(Default mode), 4000:1(depends on Iris Setting)

Optical

Color system

VIDEO Composite signal 1Vp-p/75 , Negative sync

S-Video signal

Component signal

Component signal

RGB signal

S VIDEO

D4 VIDEO

INPUT A/INPUT B

Y:1Vp-p/75 , Negative sync C:0.286 or 0.3Vp-p/75

Y with sync:1Vp-p/75 , Negative sync (480i, 576i, 480p, 576p)

Y with sync:1Vp-p/75 , 3 values sync (1035i, 1080i, 720p)

PB/CB, PR/CR:0.7Vp-p/75 Y with sync:1Vp-p/75 W, Negative sync (480i, 576i, 480p, 576p)

Y with sync:1Vp-p/75 W, 3 values sync (1035i, 1080i, 720p)

PB/CB, PR/CR:0.7Vp-p/75 G with sync:1Vp-p/75 , Negative sync (480i, 576i, 480p, 576p)

G with sync:1Vp-p/75 , 3 values sync (1035i, 1080i, 720p)

G:0.7Vp-p/75 (When using HD/VD or SYNC)

B, R:0.7Vp-p/75 HD, VD:15Vp-p/2.2k, positive and negative sync

SYNC:2Vp-p/2.2k, Negative sync (with video signals) (480i, 576i)

SYNC:0.65Vp-p/2.2k, Negative sync (without video signals) (480i, 576i, 480p, 576p)

NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL60

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Specifications are subject to change without notice.

This unit may interfere with reception if placed in close proximity to a radio or television receiver. Follow the instructions in this manual to install the unit correctly.

S TA

N D

B Y

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S ET

TI N

G

LA M

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P A TT

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IN E M

A P

R O

J E C T O

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A S P E C T

H D

M I

G / Y

B / P

B/ C

B R

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R/ C

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B / Y P

BP R/

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BC R

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V ID

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465.4 18"-5/16

124.6 4"-7/8

119.1 4"-3/5

12 4

4" -7

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297.4 11"-3/4

132.1 5"-3/16

49 5

19 "-

1/ 2

36 0

14 "-

3/ 16

19 2.

6 7"

-9 /1

6 23

7. 5

9" -3

/8

10 3/ 8

(2 57

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Dimensional drawing

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YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A. YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO M1S 3R1, CANADA YAMAHA ELECTRONIK EUROPA G.m.b.H. SIEMENSSTR. 22-34, 25462 RELLINGEN BEI HAMBURG, F.R. OF GERMANY YAMAHA ELECTRONIQUE FRANCE S.A. RUE AMBROISE CROIZAT BP70 CROISSY-BEAUBOURG 77312 MARNE-LA-VALLEE CEDEX02, FRANCE YAMAHA ELECTRONICS (UK) LTD. YAMAHA HOU

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