Epson 7850p manual

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    EPSON ® PowerLite ® 7850p Multimedia Projector User’ s Guide[...]

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    2 Important Safety Information WARNING : Never look into th e projector lens when the la mp is turne[...]

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    3 Contents Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    4 Controlling the Picture and Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Switching Between P[...]

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    5 Playing Sound Through the Projector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Connecting Audio Equip[...]

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    6 6 Using the Projector’s Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Using the Menu System . . [...]

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    7 Using Projector Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Creating a Gro[...]

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    8 A Software Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Windows System Requi[...]

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    Welcome 9 - Welcome T he EPSON ® PowerLite ® 7850p is an easy-to-use, lightweight projector[...]

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    10 Welcome Using Your Documentation This book contains all the information you need to set up and u[...]

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    Welcome 11 Registration and Warranty Your projector comes with a basic carry-in warranty as well as[...]

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    12 Welcome Unpacking the Projector After unpacking the projector, make sure you have all the parts [...]

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    Welcome 13 Additional Components Depending on how you plan to use the projector, you may need addi[...]

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    14 Welcome Optional Accessories To enhance your use of the projec tor, EPSON provides the followin[...]

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    Displaying and Adjusting the Image 15 1 Displaying and Adjusting the Image W hether you’re pres[...]

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    16 Displaying and Adjusting the Image Positioning the Projector If you’re setting up the projecto[...]

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    Displaying and Adjusting the Image 17 Ideally, you should place the projector dire ctly in front o[...]

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    18 Displaying and Adjusting the Image Projecting the Image Make sure your projector and other equip[...]

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    Displaying and Adjusting the Image 19 4. Press the red P Power button on top of the projector—[...]

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    20 Displaying and Adjusting the Image Selecting the Image Source Selecting the image source lets yo[...]

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    Displaying and Adjusting the Image 21 Troubleshooting Display Problems Follow these guidelines if [...]

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    22 Displaying and Adjusting the Image ■ If the function key doesn’t permit you to display simul[...]

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    Displaying and Adjusting the Image 23 If you’re using OS 8.6 to OS 9.x: You may need to set up [...]

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    24 Displaying and Adjusting the Image Adjusting the Image Once you see your image, you need to make[...]

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    Displaying and Adjusting the Image 25 Adjusting the Height of Your Image If the image is too low o[...]

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    26 Displaying and Adjusting the Image Adjusting the Image Shape In most cases, you can maintain a s[...]

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    Displaying and Adjusting the Image 27 Using Keystone Correction To adjust your image when it is w[...]

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    28 Displaying and Adjusting the Image Correcting Computer Images If you’re connected to a compute[...]

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    Displaying and Adjusting the Image 29 Shutting Down the Projector When you’ve finished using the[...]

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    30 Displaying and Adjusting the Image[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 31 1 Using the Remote Control T he projector includes a number of tools t[...]

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    32 Using the Remote Control Activating and Using the Remote Control The remote control has an ON/O[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 33 Using the Navigation Buttons The remote control has various buttons th[...]

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    34 Using the Remote Control Replacing the Batteries If the projector stops responding to the remot[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 35 Controlling the Picture and Sound You can use the remote control to pr[...]

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    36 Using the Remote Control Previewing Picture Sources You can use the Preview function to help you[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 37 Adjusting the Image Shape Even if your projected image has no parallel[...]

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    38 Using the Remote Control Turning Off the Pi cture and Sound You can use the A/V Mute button on[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 39 Zooming Your Image You can zoom in on a portion of the image using th[...]

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    40 Using the Remote Control Displaying the P-in-P Image Make sure your main image source is display[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 41 Highlighting Your Presentation You can display a pointer to call out s[...]

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    42 Using the Remote Control Customizing the Pointer Tools You can customize the shape and size of e[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 43 Projecting Images Without a Screen Even if you don’t have a screen, [...]

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    44 Using the Remote Control Adjusting Color Corrections for a New Surface Adjust the correction val[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 45 ■ Use the pointer button to move the cursor on the screen. ■ [...]

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    46 Using the Remote Control You see this screen: 2. Use the pointer button to set Security Lo ck[...]

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    Using the Remote Control 47 Starting the Projec tor with a Password When Password Protect is ena[...]

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    48 Using the Remote Control[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 49 1 Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and[...]

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    50 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment Connecting to a Computer You can connect[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 51 Connecting to the Computer Port Follow t[...]

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    52 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment 3. If you’re using the optional BNC/VG[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 53 Connecting to the BNC Connectors 1. Obt[...]

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    54 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment Connecting to the DVI Port 1. Obtain a D[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 55 Using the Macintosh Desktop Adapter If y[...]

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    56 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment Connecting the Cable for Remote Mouse Co[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 57 Connecting an External Monitor If you wa[...]

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    58 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment Connecting to Video Equipment You can c[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 59 Connecting a Composite Video Source 1. [...]

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    60 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment Connecting an S-Video Source 1. Locate a[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 61 Connecting a Component Video Source 1. [...]

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    62 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment Connecting an RGB Video Source Follow the[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 63 Connecting Using a BNC-style Cable 1. L[...]

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    64 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment Connecting to a Digital Camera You can co[...]

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    Connecting to Computers, Cameras, and Other Eq uipment 65 Playing Sound Through the Projector You [...]

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    66 Connecting to Computers, Ca meras, and Other Equipment Connecting External Speakers To connect s[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 67 1l Presenting Through a Wireless Network T his chapter t[...]

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    68 Presenting Through a Wireless Network Starting EasyMP Before connecting to the projector, you ha[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 69 Once the card is inserted, you see one of these screens, [...]

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    70 Presenting Through a Wireless Network Configuring the Connection You can use NS Connection to co[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 71 2. To select Config , press the Enter button on the rem[...]

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    72 Presenting Through a Wireless Network 4. Make sure the projector has a un iq ue name, so you ca[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 73 8. When done making these settings, highlight the OK bu[...]

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    74 Presenting Through a Wireless Network You see a screen similar to this: 3. Click the Configure[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 75 5. Check your wireless card or adap ter’s device sett[...]

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    76 Presenting Through a Wireless Network 2. Make sure Location is set to Automatic . 3. Select N[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 77 Using Access Point Mode In order to use Access Point (in[...]

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    78 Presenting Through a Wireless Network Make sure Access point mode is selected, as shown. If no[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 79 5. To enable your computer to find the projector on the[...]

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    80 Presenting Through a Wireless Network 10. If you want to set up WEP encryption on the projecto[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 81 3. For Key ID, highlight any of the options and press En[...]

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    82 Presenting Through a Wireless Network You see a screen similar to the this: 2. Right-click th[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 83 4. Click the Advanced tab. You see a screen like this: [...]

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    84 Presenting Through a Wireless Network 8. Right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon agai[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 85 10. If your access point uses DHCP, select Obtain an IP [...]

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    86 Presenting Through a Wireless Network 13. Verify that you’ve enabled yo ur computer’s conne[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 87 2. Right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon and [...]

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    88 Presenting Through a Wireless Network 2. Make sure Location is set to Automatic . 3. Select N[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 89 9. Click the AirPort icon on the menu bar at the top of [...]

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    90 Presenting Through a Wireless Network The first time you start NS Connection, you may see a dial[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 91 3. If you don’t see your projector, check the followin[...]

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    92 Presenting Through a Wireless Network 4. Once the name of your projector appears, select it and[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 93 8. From the control bar, you can access these NS Connect[...]

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    94 Presenting Through a Wireless Network Using the Control Bar Clicking one of the buttons on the c[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 95 Connecting in IP Connect Mode Even if your projector and [...]

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    96 Presenting Through a Wireless Network 3. Select Use IP connect mode and click OK . You see thi[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 97 The IP address appears in the Projector list and a searc[...]

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    98 Presenting Through a Wireless Network Switching Between Users To connect to the projector while[...]

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    Presenting Through a Wireless Network 99 Removing the Wireless 802.11b Card Follow these ste ps to[...]

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    100 Presenting Through a Wireless Network[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 101 1 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca[...]

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    102 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera Creating a Scenario A scenario is a combinati[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 103 4. When you see a message that th e slideshow[...]

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    104 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera Creating a Scenario from Scratch Use this meth[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 105 2. Choose New from the File menu. You see th[...]

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    106 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera Building a Scenario from Different Files You c[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 107 3. Drag and drop the files you want to use fr[...]

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    108 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera 6. When you’re done, click the Save butto[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 109 3. Click Cell Properties . You see this dial[...]

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    110 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera Checking Your Scenario You can play your scena[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 111 Transferring Your Scenario to a Memory Card O[...]

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    112 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera The autorun setting means that the scenario wi[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 113 Inserting the Memory Card in the Projector Wh[...]

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    114 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera Removing the Card When you’re done using the[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 115 Presenting Scenarios Before you beg in, insert[...]

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    116 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera 5. When you’re done with your presentation,[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 117 2. From the drop-d own menu, select Edit Scen[...]

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    118 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera Creating a Slideshow on the Fly If you have a [...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 119 Changing Timing and Other Settings For each fo[...]

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    120 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera ■ Mode switching Lets you choose the mode t[...]

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    Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Camera 121 5. Select Open Folder on the drop-down menu.[...]

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    122 Presenting from a Memory Card or Digital Ca mera[...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 123 1 Using the Projector’s Menus Y ou can use the projector’s [...]

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    124 Using the Projector’s Menus Using the Menu System You can use the remote control (or the proj[...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 125 4. After highlighting the option you want to adjust, use the p[...]

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    126 Using the Projector’s Menus Adjusting the Image Quality You can use the Video menu to adjust [...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 127 ■ Color Adjusts the color intensity, from black-and-white to [...]

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    128 Using the Projector’s Menus ■ Sync Adjust this value if the image appears blurry or flicke[...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 129 Adjusting the Image Size, Shape, and Position Whether you’re [...]

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    130 Using the Projector’s Menus Adjusting the Color The projector provides several ways for you t[...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 131 Adjusting the Sound You can use the Audio menu to adjust the sou[...]

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    132 Using the Projector’s Menus Creating Your Own Startup Screen You can transfer any image from [...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 133 4. When you see the mes sage Select th is Image? , highl ight Y[...]

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    134 Using the Projector’s Menus Choosing When to Display the Image After your image is saved, y[...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 135 Controlling Multiple Projectors If you’re using more than one [...]

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    136 Using the Projector’s Menus Changing the Remote Control ID To change the remote control’s I[...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 137 Customizing Projector Features You can use the menu system to ch[...]

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    138 Using the Projector’s Menus ■ Progressive (in the Advanced 1 menu) This setting should no[...]

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    Using the Projector’s Menus 139 Miscellaneous Setup Options ■ No-Signal Msg. (in the Setting [...]

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    140 Using the Projector’s Menus[...]

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    Managing Projectors 141 1 Managing Projectors T he EasyManagement software for your projector let[...]

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    142 Managing Projectors Connecting and Configuring the Projector on a Wired Network Before using t[...]

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    Managing Projectors 143 ■ To enter numbers using th e remote control, press the Num button un[...]

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    144 Managing Projectors Using EMP Monitor EMP Monitor lets you use a remote computer to manage your[...]

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    Managing Projectors 145 Registering a Projector Before you can monitor a projector, you have to re[...]

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    146 Managing Projectors Any projectors found on the network are listed as shown below: 4. Select e[...]

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    Managing Projectors 147 You see the status of each of your registered project ors on the main EMP[...]

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    148 Managing Projectors The following table explains the meaning of the status icons: The followin[...]

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    Managing Projectors 149 The following table explains the meaning of the er ror icons (see Chapter[...]

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    150 Managing Projectors The following table explains the functions of the control buttons: Control [...]

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    Managing Projectors 151 Configuring the Monitoring Interval If you need to have the most current s[...]

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    152 Managing Projectors Using E-mail Alerts You can set up e-mail alerts to warn you of problems wi[...]

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    Managing Projectors 153 4. Wireless network only: On th e Network Scre en, select the Advanced b[...]

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    154 Managing Projectors You see the following screen: 6. For Mail Notification Settings, select ON[...]

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    Managing Projectors 155 12. When done making your settings, highlight the OK button at the top[...]

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    156 Managing Projectors Using a Browser to Monitor Projectors If your projectors are connected to a[...]

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    Managing Projectors 157 3. If you’re connected over a wi red network, the projector’s web sc[...]

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    158 Managing Projectors Using Projector Groups You can register projectors as a group if you want t[...]

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    Managing Projectors 159 3. Click the Advanced button. You see this screen: 4. Enter a name for[...]

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    160 Managing Projectors 5. Click Add . The IP address appears in the list of registered printers,[...]

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    Managing Projectors 161 Connecting to a Projector in a Group Follow these steps to connect to a p[...]

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    162 Managing Projectors You see this screen: 4. Click IP connection . (If the upper left button on[...]

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    Managing Projectors 163 6. If you want, repeat step 5 to connect to additional p rojectors. The c[...]

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    164 Managing Projectors 2. Select Use IP connect mode and Use Group List . Then click the Advan[...]

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    Managing Projectors 165 Importing a Projector Group You can also import group information as a fil[...]

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    166 Managing Projectors 4. On the next screen, select the fil e you want to import and click Open[...]

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    Maintaining the Projector 167 1 Maintaining the Projector Y our projector needs little maintenance[...]

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    168 Maintaining the Projector Cleaning the Lens Clean the lens whene ver you notice dirt or dust on[...]

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    Maintaining the Projector 169 Cleaning the Air Filters and Vents Clean the air filters and air int[...]

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    170 Maintaining the Projector 4. If the dirt is difficult to remove or a filter is broken, repla[...]

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    Maintaining the Projector 171 4. Turn the projector over and remove the air filters at the side a[...]

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    172 Maintaining the Projector 7. Loosen the two screws holding th e lamp in place ( you don’t ne[...]

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    Maintaining the Projector 173 Resetting the Lamp Timer After you replace the lamp, you need to res[...]

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    174 Maintaining the Projector Transporting the Projector The projector contains many glass and prec[...]

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    Solving Problems 175 1 Solving Problems T his chapter helps you solve problems with your projector[...]

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    176 Solving Problems Using On-Screen Help If the image doesn’t look right or your audio isn’t w[...]

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    Solving Problems 177 Checking Projector Status If your projector isn’t working correctly, first[...]

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    178 Solving Problems flashing orange Rapid cooling in progress. Alth ough this is not an abnormal[...]

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    Solving Problems 179 Viewing Lamp Usage and Other In formation Use the About menu to view informat[...]

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    180 Solving Problems Solving Problems with the Image or Sound No image appears on the screen. ■ [...]

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    Solving Problems 181 If you’re using a PC laptop: ■ Hold down the Fn key on the keyboard and[...]

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    182 Solving Problems The message Not Supporte d is displayed. ■ Make sure the correct Input S[...]

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    Solving Problems 183 The image isn’t square, but keystone-shaped. ■ If the top or bottom of th[...]

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    184 Solving Problems ■ Adjust the Sharpness setting on the Video menu (see Chapter 6). When yo[...]

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    Solving Problems 185 3. Adjust the Sync set ting to increase the sharpness of the image. The c[...]

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    186 Solving Problems Solving EasyManagement Problems You don’t see your projector in the EMP Mon[...]

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    Solving Problems 187 ■ If you’ve changed any settings for your projector or network, or you?[...]

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    188 Solving Problems ■ If you’re using Access Point mode and you’re connecting to the wrong [...]

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    Solving Problems 189 In EMP SlideMaker, your PowerPoint fil es don’t display thumbnails and ca[...]

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    190 Solving Problems Solving Problems with the Remote Control The projector doesn’t respond to r[...]

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    Solving Problems 191 Where To Get Help EPSON provides technical assistance through electronic supp[...]

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    192 Solving Problems[...]

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    Software Installation 193 A Software Installation T he EasyMP software CD-ROM includes the softwar[...]

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    194 Software Installatio n Macintosh System Requirements Before you install the software, make sure[...]

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    Software Installation 195 Installing the Software on a Windows System Depending on your needs, yo[...]

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    196 Software Installatio n 3. If you want to project over a wireless networ k, make sure the opti[...]

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    Software Installation 197 3. Click Continue . You see the software license agreement. 4. Click [...]

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    198 Software Installatio n[...]

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    Projector Installation 199 A Projector Installation T his appendix provides guidelines on installi[...]

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    200 Projector Installation If you’re mounting the projector on the ceiling and you place it above[...]

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    Technical Specifications 201 A Technical Specifications General Type of display Poly-silicon TFT [...]

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    202 Technical Specifications Projection Lamp Type UHE (Ultra High Efficiency) Power consumption 2[...]

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    Technical Specifications 203 Environmental Temperature Operating: 41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C) Sto[...]

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    204 Technical Specifications Compatible Video Formats The projector supports NTSC, PAL, and SECAM i[...]

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    Technical Specifications 205 * The image is resized using EPSON’s SizeWise ™ Technology. UXG[...]

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    206 Technical Specifications[...]

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    Notices 207 A Notices T his appendix includes safety instru ctions and other important info rmation[...]

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    208 Notices ■ Never push objects of any kind through the cabinet slots. Never spill liquid of a[...]

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    Notices 209 Remote Control Information You can operate the projector by remote control via a line-o[...]

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    210 Notices Declaration of Conformity According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15, Class B Personal Computers[...]

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    Notices 211 FCC Compliance Statement For United States Users This equipment has been tested and fo [...]

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    212 Notices Warranty Epson America, Inc. Limited Warranty Basic Two-Year Warranty and 90-Day Lamp W[...]

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    Notices 213 FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SOME LAWS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES[...]

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    214 Notices[...]

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    Index 215 Index A A/V Mute, 38, 134, 180 About menu, 173, 179 Access Point mode, 77 to 89, 95 to 98[...]

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    216 Index Continuous play setting, 112, 119 Contrast setting, 126, 128 D Declaration of Conf ormit[...]

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    Index 217 Groups, projector connecting to, 161 to 163 creating, 158 to 160 exporting, 163 to 164 im[...]

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    218 Index Monitoring projector EMP Monitor, 144 to 151 HP OpenView, 141 receiving e-mail alerts, 15[...]

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    Index 219 Projector carrying case, 14, 174 cleaning, 168 connections, see Connecting projector di[...]

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    220 Index Scenarios adding movie files, 106 to 108 adding sound, 105 background color, 105 cells, 1[...]

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    Index 221 Troubleshooting blank screen, 21 to 23, 180 to 1 81 cut-off image, 182 distorted image, [...]

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    222 Index[...]

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    Focus ring Remote control receiver Air exhaust vent Foot release lever Zoom ring T emperature light[...]

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    Focus ring Remote control receiver Air exhaust vent Foot release lever Zoom ring T emperature light[...]