Epson 3010 manual

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    PowerLite ® Home Cinema 3010/3010e Home Theater Projector User’ s Guide pl3010_3010e_UG.boo k P[...]

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    2 Contents Contents Introduction 6 Projector Parts 7 Remote Control 9 Optional Accessories [...]

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    Contents 3 Advanced Color Adjustments 33 Adjusting the Gamma Setting 33 Adjusting RGBCMY 35[...]

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    4 Contents Changing HDMI Link Settings 59 Maintenance 60 Cleaning the Lens 60 Cleaning the 3[...]

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    Contents 5 Notices 84 Important Safety Information 84 FCC Compliance Statement 86 Copyright [...]

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    6 Introduction Introduction The PowerLite ® Home Cinema 3010/3010e proje ctor lets you enjoy thea[...]

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    Introduction 7 Projector Parts Control panel Air exhaust Lens cover Adjustable foot HDMI ports Ex[...]

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    8 Introduction Brightness sensor Escape button Power button Mounting bracket attachment points Bo[...]

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    Introduction 9 Remote Control Source buttons Switch between equipment connected to the projector On[...]

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    10 Introduction Optional Accessories Epson provides the following optional accessories for the proj[...]

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    Introduction 11 Using This Manual This book contains all the information you need to use the projec[...]

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    12 Setting Up the Projector Setting Up the Projector Follow the instructions in this section to ch[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 13 Keep the projector l evel and place it at a height wh ere its lens is [...]

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    14 Setting Up the Projector To determine the exact image size when you know the proj ection distanc[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 15 In order to view 3D images correctly, 3D gla sses must be worn within[...]

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    16 Setting Up the Projector Installing the Projector To install the projector, you first need to de[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 17 The following illustrations show the dimensions of the projec tor: Ce[...]

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    18 Setting Up the Projector Connecting the Cables Connecting Video and Computer Equipment You can [...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 19 For best result s, connect your vide o equipment to the HDMI port, if[...]

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    20 Setting Up the Projector Making Other Connections Connect the power cable and other cables descr[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 21 Installing Batteries in the Remote Control The remote control uses two[...]

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    22 Setting Up the Projector Note: To prevent children from turning on the projector, you can use t[...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 23 If you press the Source button on the projector, you see a list of [...]

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    24 Setting Up the Projector Positioning the Image If the projector is not centered in front of the [...]

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    Setting Up the Projector 25 If one side of the image is taller than the other, make sure the proje[...]

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    26 Making Basic Adjustments Making Basic Adjustments Follow the instructions in this chapter to mak[...]

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    Making Basic Adjustments 27 Choosing the Aspect Ratio In many cases, video signals are automatical[...]

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    28 Making Basic Adjustments Viewing 3D images To view 3D content, you must first connect a 3D-compa[...]

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    Making Basic Adjustments 29 Projecting in Split Screen mode You can use the Split Screen fe ature [...]

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    30 Making Basic Adjustments Note: Depending on the video input signals, the imag es may not appear [...]

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    Making Basic Adjustments 31 3. Do one of the following to start your slide show: ■ To display a[...]

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    32 Making Basic Adjustments Choosing the Color Mode You can change the Color Mode to automatically [...]

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    Making Basic Adjustments 33 ■ Living Room for watching television programs during the day. ?[...]

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    34 Making Basic Adjustments Note: This settin g cannot be used when the Color Mode is set to Auto [...]

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    Making Basic Adjustments 35 Adjusting RGBCMY Use this feature to adjust the hue, saturation, and [...]

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    36 Making Basic Adjustments Locking the Projector The projector includes two lock settings to pr ev[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 37 Making Detailed Adjustments You can use the projector’s on-scree [...]

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    38 Making Detailed Adjustments 4. When you’re finished, press the Esc button to return to the [...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 39 Adjusting the Picture Quality Before fine-tuning the image using th[...]

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    40 Making Detailed Adjustments ■ Auto Iris Note: This settin g cannot be used when the Color Mod[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 41 Sharpness and Picture Quality Set tings If the image looks fuzzy, o[...]

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    42 Making Detailed Adjustments ■ Progressive Converts interlaced to progressive si gnals. The pr[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 43 Color Settings If the image colors don’t look correct, you can a[...]

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    44 Making Detailed Adjustments ■ RGB Note: This settin g cannot be used when the Color Mode is s[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 45 3D Setup Use this menu to adjust 3D brightness, th e 3D display for[...]

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    46 Making Detailed Adjustments ■ 3D Viewing Notice Enables or disables the viewing notice that i[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 47 WirelessHD Settings Use these options to m anage the Wireless HD co[...]

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    48 Making Detailed Adjustments ■ Reset Select this option to reset al l WirelessHD settings and [...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 49 ■ Swap Screens Select this option to quickly switch the imag es[...]

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    50 Making Detailed Adjustments Selecting Memory Settings You can easily recall the memory settings [...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 51 Deleting Saved Memory Settings You can clear all your me mory sett[...]

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    52 Making Detailed Adjustments 3. Do one of the following: ■ Select Reset Lamp Hours to clear [...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 53 ■ Aspect This setting lets you change the aspect ra tio of your [...]

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    54 Making Detailed Adjustments Other Setup Options ■ Projection You can select different options[...]

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    Making Detailed Adjustments 55 ■ Sleep Mode Turn off this setting if you don’t want the proje[...]

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    56 Using WirelessHD Using WirelessHD You can use the included Wire lessHD Transmitter (PowerLite Ho[...]

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    Using WirelessHD 57 Setting Up a WirelessHD Connection To prepare your device to work with the Wir[...]

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    58 Using HDMI Link Using HDMI Link When you connect HDMI CEC-compatible devices to the projector wi[...]

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    Using HDMI Link 59 4. Set up your connected devices so their HD MI CEC-compatible fu nctions are [...]

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    60 Maintenance Maintenance Your projector needs little maintenance. All you ne ed to do on a reg u[...]

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    Maintenance 61 Cleaning the 3D Glasses Use the included lint-free cloth (do not use paper towels) t[...]

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    62 Maintenance Cleaning and Replacing the Air Filter Your projector includes an air filter to ensur[...]

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    Maintenance 63 5. Gently tap both sides of the air filter against a hard surface four or five tim[...]

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    64 Maintenance Replacing the Lamp The projection lamp lasts for u p to 4000 hours in Norm al mode. [...]

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    Maintenance 65 5. Remove the lamp cover as shown. 6. Loosen the screws securing the lamp (they do[...]

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    66 Maintenance 8. Gently insert the new lamp into the proj ector and press the handle down. Tight[...]

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    Maintenance 67 Resetting the Lamp Usage Timer After replacing the lamp, plug the projector back in [...]

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    68 Maintenance Storing the Projector If you need to store the projector for an ext ended time, do t[...]

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    Problem Solving 69 Problem Solving This section explains how to interpret the projector’s status[...]

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    70 Problem Sol ving Power button is on, power light flashes blue The projector is warming up. Wai[...]

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    Problem Solving 71 Solving Picture Problems You cannot turn on the projector. ■ Make sure the po[...]

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    72 Problem Sol ving 3D content does not display or does not display correctly. ■ Press the 2D/3[...]

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    Problem Solving 73 ■ If the function key doesn’t let you display simultaneously on both scree[...]

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    74 Problem Sol ving The picture is blurry. ■ Make sure the Input Signal is set correctly for yo[...]

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    Problem Solving 75 Solving Remote Control Problems The projector doesn’t respond to remote contr[...]

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    76 Problem Sol ving ■ Make sure that your projector is conne cted to the correct WirelessHD devic[...]

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    Problem Solving 77 Where to Get Help Internet Support Epson provides technical assistance 24 hours[...]

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    78 Specificati ons Specifications General Type of display Poly-silicon TFT active matrix Size of[...]

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    Specifications 79 Power consumption 230 W Lamp life 4000 hours (Norm al mode) 5000 hours (ECO mo[...]

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    80 Specificati ons Electrical Rated frequency 50/60 Hz AC Power supply 100 to 120 V AC: 3.7 A 20[...]

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    Specifications 81 Compatible Video Formats The projector supports analog video in NTSC, PAL, and SE[...]

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    82 Specificati ons Analog RGB (computer display) HDMI 3D mode WirelessHD Signal Refresh rate (Hz)[...]

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    Specifications 83 ESC/VP21 Command Codes You can use an AV controller with a 9-pin null mode m se[...]

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    84 Notices Notices Important Safety Information Follow these safety instructions when setting up an[...]

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    Notices 85 ■ The following people should limit 3D content viewing: People with a history of phot[...]

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    86 Notices ■ Allow the lamp to cool for one hour before replacing it. ■ Unplug the projector d[...]

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    Notices 87 interface cable with this device. If this equipment has more than one interface connect[...]

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    88 Notices Trademarks Epson, PowerLite, and C 2 Fine are registered tradem arks, 1080Perfect is a t[...]