Epson EH-DM3 manual

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    1 Quick Start Adv anced Operations Settings and Adjustments Appendix Contents ....................[...]

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    2 All safety and operating in structions should be read befor e using the unit. After you have read [...]

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    3 Follo w these safety instructions when setting up and using th e projector : • Read these instr[...]

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    4 T o reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not e xpose this apparatus to rain or moisture .[...]

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    5 Do not place containers with liquids, w ater or chemicals on top of the unit. If the containers sp[...]

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    6 Class 1 LASER Product Do not open the top cov er . There are no user ser viceable par ts inside th[...]

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    7 Unplug the unit from the outlet bef ore cleaning. This av oids el ectric shock during cleaning. Wh[...]

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    8 T ake note of the following advice in order to prev ent malfunction and dam age. • Be sure to ob[...]

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    9 • The LCD panel is manufactured using extremely high-precision technology . Ho wev er , black d[...]

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    10 Readable disc types The following discs can be played. • The perf or mance and tonal quality of[...]

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    11 Unreadable disc types • The f ollowing discs cannot be pla yed. • Round discs w ith a diam e[...]

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    12 P ar ts Name and Functions Name Function A Slide lens cover knob . Slide the knob to open and c[...]

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    13 Name Function A A udio input por t Can be connected to the audio output port of the connected[...]

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    14 Name Function A Foc u s i ng r i n g Mov e to the left or right for image focusing. s p. 20[...]

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    15 Name Function A Remote contr ol light- emitting area Emits remote c ontrol signals. s p. 16 B [...]

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    16 At the time of purchase, the batteries ar e not installed into the remot e control. Insert the b[...]

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    17 Quick Start Quic k Star t Pl ay b a ck p ro c e d u r e No complicated connections are necessary[...]

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    18 A Place the unit in a position that will enable the o ptimum siz e image to be projected on the[...]

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    19 Quick Start A Inser t the disc into its slot by f acing the disc label upward. If you are using [...]

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    20 Adjust the volume and image bei ng projected. Adjusting the projection position and v olume Focu[...]

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    21 Quick Start If the unit i s tilted by up to 30° d egrees in an upward or downward orientation, [...]

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    22 Press . After stopping, when you press , playback is resumed from the interrupted scene (resu[...]

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    23 Quick Start From here on, operatio ns are explained pr imarily using the buttons of the remote co[...]

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    24 Press or dur ing playbac k or when paused. If you press once during chapter/track playba[...]

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    25 Quick Start The break function is useful if, in the middle of a movie, you want to get up or mov[...]

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    26 Ad v anced Operations Some discs have the follo wing kinds of original menus saved in them. ?[...]

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    27 Adv anced Operations 3 Press . Y ou can play a disc by selecting the desired chapter from any[...]

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    28 If you select “Others” fr om the settings menu and set “PBC” to “Off”, the disc is p[...]

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    29 Adv anced Operations 3 Select the trac k you want to see using , and press . The selected tra[...]

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    30 • If is displayed, you will retu rn to the File List when you press twice. Slideshow Pla yb[...]

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    31 Adv anced Operations When pla ying MP3/WMA audio Once menu selection is complete and the audio be[...]

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    32 During pla ybac k or when paused, select the chapter or tr ac k number y ou wish to play b y pr[...]

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    33 Adv anced Operations Canceling re peat play Press repeatedly until “Repeat Off” is display[...]

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    34 Y ou can set titles, chapters, and tracks to playback in your order of preference. 1 Press dur[...]

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    35 Adv anced Operations Y ou can zoom (enlarge or compress) th e projection image on the unit scree[...]

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    36 When a disc has been recorded with multip le audio signals or lan guages, you can switch to the[...]

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    37 Adv anced Operations For discs that ha v e been recorded with multiple camera angles, you can swi[...]

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    38 2 Pressing , position the pointer on the desired item and press . • Y ou can set the title[...]

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    39 Adv anced Operations When the time you set on the sleep timer has passed, the un it po wer switch[...]

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    40 The unit automatically recognizes the as pect suitable for the input signal, and the image is pr[...]

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    41 Adv anced Operations When pr ojecting component video (SDTV)/HDMI (SDTV), composite video ima ge[...]

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    42 Y ou can attach a USB memory or multicard reader that conform to the USB 1.1 to the unit and play[...]

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    43 Adv anced Operations Aside from the built-in D VD player, this unit can project images b y conne[...]

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    44 Connecting with a component video cable Connecting with an HDMI cable Use a HDMI cable that meets[...]

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    45 Adv anced Operations Connecting with a com puter Use a cable marked “No resistance” when you [...]

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    46 This unit automatically detects inpu t si gnals and changes the projected image. The projector a[...]

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    47 Adv anced Operations When a computer image is not pr ojected Y ou can switch the image signal de[...]

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    48 Connecting commercially av ailable headphones. A udio Settings Caution • When listening with h[...]

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    49 Adv anced Operations Y ou can output microphone audio from the projector's speaker b y conne[...]

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    50 Y ou can connect to A V amplif iers and so on o r equipment cap able of ma king di gital recordin[...]

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    51 Adv anced Operations Y ou can select the sound ef fects appropri ate to the musical ge nre of the[...]

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    52 Settings and Adjustments The settings of this unit can be adjust ed to suit the en viron ment in[...]

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    53 Settings and Adjustments 3 Press to select the item to be set, and then press . The settings [...]

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    54 A udio page Others page Setting Item Setting Cont ents Digital Output Select the kind of outpu[...]

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    55 Settings and Adjustments Abkhazian 6566 Gael ic; Scottish Gael ic 7168 Magyar 7285 Sinhales[...]

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    56 Pla yback Disc “Digital Output” Settings Stream PCM Linear PCM D VD video Linear PCM Ster[...]

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    57 Settings and Adjustments Y ou can adjust the brightness, contrast, and other values of the proj[...]

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    58 Image page When the color mode is set to “ Auto”, you cannot make the setting . s p. 25 Si[...]

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    59 Settings and Adjustments Option page Inf o page Setting Item Setting Content s Mic Input Lev e[...]

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    60 The projector includes the follo wing security devices to pre vent from being stolen . • Sec[...]

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    61 Appendix Appendix Y ou can check the status of this unit using the indicators on the top panel[...]

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    62 When lights on red Erro r : li t : flashing : o ff Internal failure W ait for approximat[...]

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    63 Appendix When the or in dicator s are off Normal : lit : flashing : off Standing-b y [...]

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    64 If this unit is not functioning normally , check the following not es before requesting repairs. [...]

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    65 Appendix When using e xternal vi deo or computer mode At these tim es Check here Refere nce [...]

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    66 This section describe s maintenan ce tasks such as cleaning the unit and replacing consumable pa[...]

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    67 Appendix Air filter repl acement period When the air filter ge ts dirt y or is broken Lamp repl[...]

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    68 Replacing the air filter 1 T ur n the pow er s w itch off and when a short beep sounds, unplug t[...]

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    69 Appendix Replacing the lamp 1 T ur n the pow er s witch off, and wh en a shor t beep sounds, unp[...]

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    70 6 Tighten the lamp attachment screws firmly . 7 Install the lamp cov er . Resetting the lamp o[...]

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    71 Appendix 3 Select “Y es” and press to initialize the setting.[...]

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    72 Refer to the following table and place the unit in a position wh ich allo ws the best possible [...]

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    73 Appendix Composite video Units : Dots * Letterbox signal Component video Units : Dots * Lette[...]

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    74 * Letterbox signal Computer image Units: Dots * 1 Y ou cannot connect to models where the VGA o[...]

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    75 Appendix The file format must meet the following requirements • Resolution: up to 720 x 5 76 [...]

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    76 * The USB ports may not accept all USB-compatible de vices. Specifications Product name EH-DM3 [...]

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    77 Appendix We : Epson America, INC . Located at : 3840 Kilroy Airport W ay MS:3-13 Long Beac h, [...]

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    78 HDMI An abbre viated form of "H igh-Def i nition Multimedia Interface", which is the d[...]

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    79 A Audio page ... ........... ......... ........... ............ ........... ......... ..........[...]

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    80 Inquiries This address list is current as of the 2nd of July , 2008. A more up-to-date contact ad[...]

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    81 POLAND : EPSON EUROPE B.V . Branch Office P olan d ul. Bokserska 66 02-690 W arsza wa Poland Hot[...]

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    82 < SOUTH AMERICA > ARGENTINA (Para guay , Uruguay) : EPSON Argentina SRL. A ve. Belgrano 9[...]

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