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    EPSON PowerLi te 7000X B/5 000X B User’s Gu id e ® ™ pro-insd.fm Page i Fr iday, November 7, [...]

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    In t r o duc t ion x You r p r o j ec t o r ’ s t wo s p eak e r s e m p l oy a bu i l[...]

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    Ge t t i ng th e Mos t Ou t o f Your Pr o je c tor xi G e tt ing t h e M o st O u t o f Y o[...]

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    In t r o duc t ion xii O p ti o nal A ccess o r ies To e nha n c e yo u r u s e o f t h e p [...]

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    Abou t Th i s Manual x i ii A b o u t T h i s M a n u al C ha p t e r 1, “I n s t alla t i [...]

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    In t r o duc t ion x i v S a f e t y In s t r u c t i ons F o llow th e se sa f e t y i n s t r[...]

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    Safe t y In s t r uc t io ns xv 1 0 . U n plu g th e pro j e c t or f ro m th e wal l ou t le t[...]

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    In t r o duc t ion xvi W h e r e t o G e t H elp EPSON p r o v i de s cu s t om e r s u p [...]

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    In t r o duc t ion xv i ii Bef o re y ou c all, p lea s e ha v e th e fo l lo w i n g i n[...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 2 U n p a c k i n g t h e P r o j e c t o r W h e n y ou [...]

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    Unp a ck i ng the Pr o je c tor 3 A d di t io n al C om p o n en t s Dep e n d i n g o n ho w yo [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 4 S e t ti n g U p t h e Pr o j e c t or 1 . Pla c e th e[...]

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    Se tt ing Up the Pr o je c t or 5 3 . Mak e su r e t he p ro j e ct o r is a t a r i ght a n gl e [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 6 5 . To i n s er t th e b a t t er i e s i n th e re m o[...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 7 W h en r ep l a c i n g b a t t e r i e s, t a k e t h e f[...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 8 Connecting to a P C D e sktop Computer B e f o r e b e[...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 9 c. T o al s o v i ew t he v i de o o n th e co m pu t e r mo[...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 1 0 a. Co n n e ct t h e s m all e n d of t he m a i n [...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 11 3 . C o n n ec t th e aud i o cab l e i f n e e de d . [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 1 2 C o n n ecti n g t o a PC L a p t op C o m p u ter [...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 13 2 . C o n n e c t t h e m a i n c a b l e. T h e m a i n c [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 1 4 c. Co n n e ct t he o th e r e n d o f th e PS /[...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 15 3 . C o n n ec t th e aud i o cab l e. a. Co n n e c[...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 1 6 C o n n ecti n g t o a Desk t op M aci n tosh B [...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 17 c. Co n n e ct the s mal l t e r m i nal of the Mac i n [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 1 8 2 . C o n n ec t t h e ma i n c ab l e. Th e [...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 19 c . D i s c o n n e c t t h e m o u s e c a b l e f r o m [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 2 0 C o n n ecti n g t o a P o w e r B o o k Y o u r [...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 21 b. R e move the s m a l l c over a nd s e t t he DI P s w [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 2 2 2 . C o n n ec t t h e ma i n c ab l e. Th e [...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 23 d. I f y ou a r e p la n n i n g t o us e th e ELP L i [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 2 4 C o n n ecti n g to a H i g h- E nd Workstati o n [...]

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    Conne c t i ng to a Co m p u ter 25 No t e : T he P o w erL i te 7 00 0 XB a n d Po w er L it e [...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 2 6 To c o n ne c t a v i d e o s our c e t o t he p r o j[...]

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    Co n nec t in g t o a n Ex t e r na l Spe a ke r o r P A Sys t em 27 5 . For S - V i de o , i[...]

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    1 • I ns t al l a t ion 2 8 2 . C o n n ec t th e ca b l e ’ s 3 . 5 m m s [...]

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    2 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r 3 0 A b o u t Y o u r Pr o j e ct o r Th e i[...]

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    T urn i ng th e Equ i pmen t On and Off 31 T u r ni n g t he E q u ip m e nt On a nd O f f [...]

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    2 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r 3 2 W h e n y ou w an t t o s t o p pr o j ec [...]

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    T urn i ng th e Equ i pmen t On and Off 33 F o c u sing and P o siti o ni n g t he Sc r een [...]

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    2 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r 3 4 If you n e ed t o r a i s e o r l o we [...]

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    T urn i ng th e Equ i pmen t On and Off 35 Auto B utt o n If y ou ’ r e u s i n g i m a g[...]

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    2 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r 3 6 T h e R e si z e b u t t o n c a n n ot [...]

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    U s i n g t h e R e m o te C on t r o l 37 U sing t he R e m o te C o n t r o l T he [...]

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    2 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r 3 8 i n fr a red r eceiv e r ; or o t [...]

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    U s i n g t h e R e m o te C on t r o l 39 U sing t he C o n trol Pane l Yo u can u[...]

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    2 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r 4 0 Th e fol l ow i n g ta b l e s u m m a[...]

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    Pr o je c to r S t a t us I nd i ca t ors 41 Pr o j e ct o r S t at u s I n d i c at o rs T h[...]

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    2 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r 4 2 P r oje c t ion Lamp In d i ca t or L i g[...]

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    3 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r M en u s 4 4 A c cess i n g t h e M a i n Me n[...]

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    Ch a ngi n g a Men u Set t i n g 45 2 . P r e s s th e up o r do w n a r ro w s ( c on t r[...]

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    3 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r M en u s 4 6 3 . P r e s s e i th e r t h e [...]

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    Men u Op t ions 47 4 . P r e s s th e up o r do w n a r ro w s ( c on t ro l pa n el ) o [...]

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    3 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r M en u s 4 8 No t e : The c o m pu t er m u s[...]

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    Men u Op t ions 49 Posi t ion Sel e ct t h i s i t em a n d t he n p r ess t h e E n t e r b [...]

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    3 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r M en u s 5 0 Vi d eo M e n u ( Im a g e s o u r[...]

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    Men u Op t ions 51 A u dio M e nu Th e Aud i o m e n u e n ab l e s y o u t o m a k e a d j[...]

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    3 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r M en u s 5 2 O p t i o n s M e n u T he O [...]

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    Men u Op t ions 53 C o l o r Tempe r a t u r e A d j us t s t h e whi t enes s of t h e sc[...]

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    3 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r M en u s 5 4 C u st o m M e nu T he C u st [...]

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    Men u Op t ions 55 T o o p en t h e C u s t o m m e n u, p r ess t h e t o p m u l ti - p u[...]

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    3 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r M en u s 5 6 Zoom Sc r een Shi f t P r ess [...]

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    Men u Op t ions 57 N u mber o f F r a m es, T ime P r ess t h e t o p mul t i-p u r pos e bu[...]

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    3 • Us i n g th e P r oj e ct o r M en u s 5 8 pro - c h3.fm P a ge 5 8 Fr ida[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 6 0 I n stal l ing t h e So f t w a[...]

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    I ns t a l l i ng the So f twa r e 61 2 . In t he W i n d ow s P r og r a m Ma n ager , cl i c k[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 6 2 I n stalli n g the S o ftware fr[...]

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    I ns t a l l i ng the So f twa r e 63 7 . A su m mar y scre e n app e ars sta t i n g ho w [...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 6 4 La u n c h in g t h e S o ftw a r[...]

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    Us i ng the So f twa r e 65 Functio n Des crip t i o n and U s a g e Th e fun c t i o n l is[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 6 6 B ar C r ea t es a h o r i z [...]

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    Us i ng the So f twa r e 67 A s signi ng Fu n ctions The r e a r e t hre e wa y s t o as si g[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 6 8 Set t ing Ef f ect Opti ons On c[...]

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    Us i ng the So f twa r e 69 Fu n ct i on O pt i ons Line Wi d t h S peci f y t he line wid t[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 7 0 C ha n ge Cu r s or C l i ck o [...]

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    Us i ng the So f twa r e 71 Saving and R ecal l in g E ffect s Ke y B ut t on A s signments T[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 7 2 C o n t r o lli ng P r ojec t or[...]

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    Us i ng the So f twa r e 73 U s in g t he Quick Cha n ge Toolbar T o q u i c kl y c ha n g e[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 7 4 2 . C l i ck on t h e t a b f o[...]

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    Us i ng the So f twa r e 75 S ound Tab Mode Sel e c t s t he signa l f o r ma t . You ca n s e l[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 7 6 O p t i on T a b O pt i on D[...]

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    Us i ng the So f twa r e 77 C u s tom Tab O pt i on D e scr i p t ion C us t omize Func [...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 7 8 C h anging the Test P atte r n [...]

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    Us i ng the So f twa r e 79 Set t ing the I m a g e C olo r P ro p e r ty 1 . C l i c k Co[...]

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    4 • Us i ng th e EL P L i nk I I Sof t ware 8 0 pro - c h4.fm P a ge 8 0 M ond[...]

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    5 • Ma i nte n ance 8 2 can i n jure you s everely. Do not t ry to s e rvice th i[...]

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    Cl e ani n g t he Ai r F il t er 83 Clean ing th e A ir F il t er C l ea n th e a i r f i l [...]

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    5 • Ma i nte n ance 8 4 4 . Th e f i l t e r is at t ach e d t o th e i n si de o [...]

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    R e pla c in g t h e Lamp 85 3 . U s e a s c re w dr i v e r , co i n , or si m i l a r [...]

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    5 • Ma i nte n ance 8 6 5 . L i f t up t he ha n dl e a n d pull ou t the l a [...]

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    6 • T r oub l esho o t i ng 8 8 P r o b lem s w i th t h e P r ojec t o r I f y [...]

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    Pro b lems wi t h the Pr o je c tor 89 ◗ T he p r ojectio n la m p li g h t i s fl a shi n g or[...]

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    6 • T r oub l esho o t i ng 9 0 ◗ T h e p r o j e c t ion l amp and p o w e [...]

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    Prob l em s w i t h t h e Imag e o r Sou n d 91 Yo u al s o m a y n ee d t o mo d i f y e x[...]

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    6 • T r oub l esho o t i ng 9 2 ◗ T h e c o l ors of th e i ma g e a r e n o[...]

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    7 • Te c hn i ca l Sp e ci f i ca t ions 9 4 R e m o t e co n t r o l r a n g e[...]

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    95 E l e c tr i c al Rat e d f r eque n cy 5 0 / 6 0 Hz Po w e r s u pply Po w e r L i t e[...]

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    7 • Te c hn i ca l Sp e ci f i ca t ions 9 6 S u p p o r t e d Mo n it o r D is[...]

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    97 Po w erLite 700 0 X B T he P o w e r L i te 70 0 0 X B d is p l ays i m a g es a t a r e s [...]

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    7 • Te c hn i ca l Sp e ci f i ca t ions 9 8 Monito r a nd Comput e r I n 1 / 2 [...]

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    • Gl o ssa r y 1 0 0 P o i n t. A m e as u re m e n t o f d r aw n or p r i n t [...]

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    In d ex 1 0 2 C C a mcor d er, a d j u s t i ng t h e p ro j ected im a g e, 50 to[...]

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    103 E E f f ects b u ttons a v ai l a b l e f u n c t i o n s, 65 to 66 c u stomizin g , [...]

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    In d ex 1 0 4 M e n us accessin g , 44 to 47 A u d i o , 43 , 51 to 52 c h [...]

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    105 R epl a cing the l a mp, 84 to 86 R es i z e b u tton , 35 R e s o l u t i o n , 9 [...]

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    In d ex 1 0 6 W Wa rning l ig h t s , 41 t o 42 , 88 W o r k s t ations, conn e ct[...]