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    PowerLite ® Pro Cinema 1080 Home Theater Projector User’ s Guide[...]

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    2 Copyright Notice All rights reser ved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in [...]

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    Contents 3 Contents Introduct ion 7 Projecto r Parts 8 Front 8 Back 8 Bottom 9 Project[...]

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    4 Contents Making Detailed Adjustments 33 Using th e Menu Syst em 33 Changing How the Menus [...]

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    Contents 5 Proble m So lvin g 55 What To Do When the Lights Come On or Flash 55 Solving Pi ctu[...]

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    6 Contents[...]

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    Introduction 7 Introduction The P owerL ite ® Pro Cinema 1080 projector le ts you enjoy theater- [...]

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    8 Introduction Project or P arts Control panel Ventilation slots Lens cover Vertical le ns shift d [...]

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    Introduction 9 Power button Power light Menu navigation buttons Source button Switches the video[...]

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    10 Introduction Remote Control Button Map Source buttons Switch between equipment connected to the[...]

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    Introduction 11 Optional Accessories Epson prov ides t he follo win g option al ac cess ories fo r[...]

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    12 Introduction Using Th is Manual This book contains all the informati on you need to use the p r[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 13 Setting Up the Projector Follow the in structi ons in this section to[...]

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    14 Setting Up the Projector Ideally, place the pr ojector at a heig ht where its lens is between t[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 15 The maximum size of the image is determined by the distance from the [...]

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    16 Setting Up the Projector Also kee p these c onsider ations i n mind: ■ Make sure t here is p[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 17 The followi ng illus trati ons show the di mensio ns of th e proje c[...]

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    18 Setting Up the Projector In addition to the tools supplied with the p rojector m ount, you will[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 19 You can connect up to five pieces of vid eo equipmen t at the same ti[...]

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    20 Setting Up the Projector For bes t resul ts, conne ct your video e quipm ent to t he HDMI (H ig[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 21 ■ The Trigger ou t port o utputs a 12-v olt DC signal whe n th e p[...]

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    22 Setting Up the Projector Turning the Projector On and Off Turning O n the P rojector 1. Remov[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 23 Turning O ff the Pro jector 1. Turn off any eq uipment c onnected to [...]

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    24 Setting Up the Projector If you press the Sourc e button on the pr ojector, you see a menu of [...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 25 Positi oning t he I mage If the image is not ce ntered on the s creen,[...]

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    26 Setting Up the Projector The image display positi on canno t be move d to the maximum distance[...]

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    Making Basic Adjus tments 27 Making Basic Adjustments Follow the instruc tions in t his chapte r [...]

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    28 Maki ng Basic Adjustm ents Choosing the Aspect Ratio In many cases, v ideo s ignals are autom[...]

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    Making Basic Adjus tments 29 Choosing the Col or Mode You can change the Co lor Mode to automatic [...]

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    30 Maki ng Basic Adjustm ents Adjusting Color T emperature, Skin Tone, and Gamm a To furthe r cu[...]

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    Making Basic Adjus tments 31 Adjusting the G amma Setting You can s elect f rom five gamma sett i[...]

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    32 Maki ng Basic Adjustm ents Locking the Projector The projector includes two lock settings to [...]

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    Making Detailed Adjus tments 33 Making Detail ed Adjustments You can use the p rojector’s on-s[...]

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    34 Making De tailed Adju stments 5. When yo u’re finis hed, pre ss the Esc button to return to [...]

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    Making Detailed Adjus tments 35 ■ Menu Colo r Select a color s cheme for disp laying th e men[...]

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    36 Making De tailed Adju stments ■ Brightness Adjust the br ightne ss so it’s su itabl e for[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjus tments 37 ■ Brightness Co ntrol This setting controls the li ght output f[...]

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    38 Making De tailed Adju stments ■ Motion Detection This se tting spe cifie s how signal s are [...]

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    Making Detailed Adjus tments 39 ■ Skin Tone Makes fine adjustments to the tint and contro ls t[...]

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    40 Making De tailed Adju stments Adjustments for Computer Images In addition to the settings d es[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjus tments 41 Selecting Memory Setti ngs and Resetting the Project or Your pr [...]

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    42 Making De tailed Adju stments 3. Press the Se lect button to delete the me mory settings. N[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjus tments 43 Customi zing Project or Featu res Use the settings in thi s se[...]

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    44 Making De tailed Adju stments ■ Start up Scree n Turn t his se tting o ff if you want to pr[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjus tments 45 ■ Trigger Out Turn on this setting if you want the Trigger out[...]

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    46 Making De tailed Adju stments[...]

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    Maintenanc e 47 Maintenance Your projec tor needs li ttle maintenance . All you need to do on a reg[...]

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    48 Mai nten anc e Cleaning th e Projector Case Before you cl ean the case, turn off the pro jector[...]

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    Maintenanc e 49 6. If you need to replace the filter, r elease the tab and lift up the cover. [...]

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    50 Mai nten anc e ■ The projected image gets darker or starts to deterior ate. ■ The proj ec[...]

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    Maintenanc e 51 6. Loosen the two screw s securing the lamp (they don’t come all the way out)[...]

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    52 Mai nten anc e 9. Replace the l amp cover. ( The projector won’t work if the lamp co ver i [...]

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    Maintenanc e 53 2. Use the menu navigation buttons to open the Info m enu. The follow ing inf[...]

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    54 Mai nten anc e[...]

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    Problem Solving 55 Problem Solving This sectio n explains how to interpre t the proj ector’s s[...]

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    56 Problem Solv ing Solving Pi ctur e Problem s You cannot t urn on the p rojector. ■ Make sure [...]

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    Problem Solving 57 You’re usin g a co mputer and no pict ure app ears o n the screen . If yo[...]

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    58 Problem Solv ing The picture is upside-down or reverse d. Chang e the Projection setting in the[...]

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    Problem Solving 59 ■ Make sure the lens is not fogge d by condensa ti on. If you’ ve just mov[...]

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    60 Problem Solv ing Where To Get Help Internet Support Epso n prov ides tech nic al as sist ance [...]

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    Specifica tions 61 Specifications Gen eral Type of display Poly-silic on TFT active m atrix Size[...]

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    62 Speci fications Dimensions Height 4.9 inc hes (124 mm); not incl uding adjusta ble feet Wid[...]

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    Specifica tions 63 Compatible Video For mats The project or support s analog vid eo in NTSC, PAL, a[...]

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    64 Speci fications Anal og R GB * HDM I in put si gnal s Signal (4:3) Aspect s etting Resolution [...]

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    Specifica tions 65 ESC/VP21 Command Codes You can use an AV contr oller with a 9 -pin null modem [...]

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    66 Speci fications Aspect ratio Auto ASPEC T 00 Norma l ASPECT 20 Full ASPEC T 21 Zoom ASPEC [...]

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    Notices 67 Notices Import ant Sa fety I nform atio n Follow these sa fety instr uctions when settin[...]

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    68 Notices ■ The lamp(s ) in th is prod uct co ntain merc ury. Please con sult y our state a nd [...]

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    Notices 69 FCC Compliance Statement For United States Users This equipment has been tested and fo[...]

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    70 Notices Declaration of Conformity According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 for Cl ass B Per sonal C[...]

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    Notices 71 Epson Am erica, In c. Limit ed Warrant y Basic Two-Ye ar Wa rranty and 90-Day Lamp War[...]

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    72 Notices COVERED BY THI S LIMITED WARRANTY. EX CEPT AS PROVIDED IN THIS WR ITTEN WARRANTY, NEIT[...]

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    Index 73 Index A Abs. Colo r Temp. sett ing, 30 , 38 Accessor ies, 11, 60 Air filter cleani ng and [...]

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    74 Index F FCC Complianc e Statement , 69 Filter, see Air filt er Flickering, 3 7, 58 Focus ring,[...]

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    Index 75 O Offset, color, 39 Operati on Lock, 32 , 45 Output scaling, 43 P Patte rn butt on, 10 P[...]

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    76 Index Startup scre en, selecting, 44 Stat ic, 58 Stor ing pr ojec tor, 53 Support , 12, 60 S-Vi[...]