Epson 72 manual

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    Epson MovieMate ® 72 User’s Guide[...]

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    2 Copyright Notice All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduc ed, stored in [...]

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    Contents 3 Contents Welcome 6 Registration and Warranty 6 Optional Accessories 7 About Thi[...]

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    4 Contents Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipment 23 Viewing Video from External Devices 2[...]

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    Contents 5 Caring for Your Epson MovieMate 45 Protecting Epson MovieMate 45 Cleaning the Lens[...]

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    6 Welcome Welcome Your Epson MovieMate ® 72 is a portable, lightweight ho me cinema system that d[...]

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    Welcome 7 Optional Accessories Epson provides these replacement parts and op tional accessories fo[...]

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    8 Welcome Epson MovieMate 72 Parts and Controls Air intake vent Lens cover Audio inputs Video po[...]

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    Welcome 9 Focus image Lamp warning light Play/Pause Project from external equipment Stop Control [...]

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    10 Welcome Remote Control Function/numerics toggle switch Eject DV D Control volum e Access DVD [...]

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    Playing Movies 11 Playing Movies Follow the instructions in this section to ch oose a location, p[...]

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    12 Playing Movies MovieMate doesn’t have t o be directl y in front of the scre en or wall, but i[...]

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    Playing Movies 13 When setting up MovieMate, keep these considerations in mind: ■ Make sure you[...]

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    14 Playing Movies Standard screens have a 4:3 shape ratio, wh ich is better suited for viewing comp[...]

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    Playing Movies 15 Screen surface quality can also a ffect the reflectivity of light in your projec[...]

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    16 Playing Movies ■ Rotate the zoom ring to re duce or enlarge the p icture. ■ If the picture [...]

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    Playing Movies 17 If you tilt MovieMate, the image will lose its rectangular shape. Use the Keysto[...]

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    18 Playing Movies Adjusting the Sound To adjust the volume, use the + or – Volume buttons on t[...]

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    Playing Movies 19 To resume, press again. Pressing any of the following buttons also cancels bre[...]

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    20 Playing Movies Using DVD Menus Many DVDs display a top menu at startup and in clude submenus tha[...]

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    Playing Movies 21 ■ Living Room : Use in rooms with the bl inds or drapes closed. ■ Theatre[...]

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    22 Playing Movies Listening with Headphones Connect headphones as shown below: After you connect he[...]

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    Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipmen t 23 Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipment You ca[...]

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    24 Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipment Composite Video Connection L R Video Audio White Red [...]

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    Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipmen t 25 L Output R Audio Green Red Component Video Conne c[...]

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    26 Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipment After you connect your equipment to MovieMate, follow[...]

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    Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipmen t 27 Connecting a USB Device You can connect a USB devi[...]

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    28 Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipment Using a Subwoofer You can connect a subwoofer to prov[...]

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    Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipmen t 29 Playing Epson MovieMate Audio Through an External[...]

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    30 Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipment Connecting a Computer or Laptop You can connect Movie[...]

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    Using Epson MovieMate with Other Equipmen t 31 Note: If your laptop cannot play movi es on both t[...]

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    32 Doing More with Epson MovieMate Doing More with Epson MovieMate Follow the instructions in this[...]

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    Doing More with Epson MovieMate 33 Playing MP3/WMA Music or DivX Vi deos You can play MP3 or WMA m[...]

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    34 Doing More with Epson MovieMate Viewing JPEG Photos When you insert a disc or USB device that c[...]

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    Doing More with Epson MovieMate 35 Using Advanced Playback Controls MovieMate provides advanced fe[...]

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    36 Doing More with Epson MovieMate 3. Use the numeric buttons to set the program order (up to 99 c[...]

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    Doing More with Epson MovieMate 37 Using the Playback Information Screen You can check the current[...]

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    38 Doing More with Epson MovieMate To use the Preview function, follow these steps: 1. Press to[...]

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    Doing More with Epson MovieMate 39 Customizing Epson MovieMate You can limit children’s access, [...]

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    40 Doing More with Epson MovieMate 11. Press to exit the menu. Locking the Power Button on the [...]

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    Doing More with Epson MovieMate 41 After you set the sleep timer, you can see the time remaining b[...]

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    42 Doing More with Epson MovieMate You can adjust the following items for various viewing condition[...]

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    Doing More with Epson MovieMate 43 ■ Default: Press and press to return all settings to th[...]

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    44 Doing More with Epson MovieMate You can adjust the following items: ■ Video Signal: Normally,[...]

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    Caring for Your Epson Mo vieMate 45 Caring for Your Epson MovieMate The Epson MovieMate needs lit[...]

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    46 Caring for Your Epson MovieMate Cleaning the Case Before you clean the case, turn off MovieMate [...]

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    Caring for Your Epson Mo vieMate 47 3. If you need to clean or replace the filter , press up on [...]

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    48 Caring for Your Epson MovieMate Replacing the Lamp The life span of the lamp is up to 3000 hours[...]

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    Caring for Your Epson Mo vieMate 49 3. Insert the screwdriver that came with the replacement lam[...]

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    50 Caring for Your Epson MovieMate 6. Gently insert the new lamp and tighten its screws. Caution:[...]

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    Caring for Your Epson Mo vieMate 51 Storing Epson MovieMate Follow these guidel ines when storing[...]

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    52 Problem Sol ving Problem Solving This section explains how to interpret MovieMat e’s status li[...]

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    Problem Solving 53 The Image Off light is orange and the light is green. Press on the remote[...]

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    54 Problem Sol ving The button is flashing orange and green and both warning lights are flashi[...]

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    Problem Solving 55 ■ Che ck the war ni ng lig ht . I f i t is fl as hi ng o ran ge or re[...]

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    56 Problem Sol ving ■ Make sure MovieMate is placed the correct distance from the screen: no clo[...]

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    Problem Solving 57 ■ Press the button on the remote control to make sure the sound hasn’t be[...]

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    58 Problem Sol ving Problems with External Video Equipment No picture appears on the screen. ■ Ma[...]

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    Problem Solving 59 Where To Get Help Epson provides these technical support services: Internet Sup[...]

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

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    Specifications 61 Remote Control Range Approx. 23 feet (7 m) Battery AA × 2 Operating angle Ho[...]

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    62 Specificati ons Safety and Approvals United States FCC Part 15B Class B (DoC) UL60950-1 Canada [...]

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    Specifications 63 * Letterbox signal ** The image may be distorted in the Game color mode. * Onl[...]

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    64 Specificati ons File Specifications Epson MovieMate supports MP3, WMA, DivX, DivX Ultra, and JPG[...]

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    Specifications 65 Language Codes Abkhazian 6566 Gaelic; Scot tish Gaeli c 71 68 Mag yar 7285 S[...]

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    66 Index Index A Accessories, 7, 59 Air filter cleaning and replacing, 46 to 47 ordering, 7 Air ven[...]

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    Index 67 G Game console, connecting, 23 to 26 General specifications, 60 H Headphones, 22 Help, 7,[...]

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    68 Index N No Signal message, 58 O Optical audio-out port, using, 29 Optional accessories, 7 Option[...]

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    Index 69 T Technical support, 7, 59 Temperature, MovieMate, 46, 53 Transporting MovieMate, 51 TV vi[...]