Epson EH-TW5500 manual

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    About the Man uals and Notations Used T ypes of Manual The documentation for your EPSON projector i[...]

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    1 Chec king the Components When you unpack the projector , make sure that you ha ve all these compon[...]

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    2 T able of Contents ■ Features of the Projector ............................. 4 ■ Part Names a[...]

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    3 T ab le of Contents Basic operation Appendix T r oubleshooting Image Quality Adjustments Inst[...]

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    4 Features of the Pr ojector Image appearance can be selected to match the pr ojection en vir onmen[...]

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    5 F eatures of the Projector Equipped with a wide- angle lens shift function The lens shift function[...]

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    6 P ar t Names and Functions Fr ont / T op Contr ol panel Buttons with no explanation function in th[...]

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    7 P ar t Names and Functions Remote contr ol • Remote contr ol light-emitting area p.13 Outputs [...]

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    8 P ar t Names and Functions Rear Base • [T rigger out ] por t When the projector is turned on, [...]

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    9 Appearance Centre of lens * Distance from centr e of lens to suspensio n brac ket fixing point Uni[...]

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    10 Setting up Adjusting the pr ojection size Centre of lens Screen Adjusting the pr ojection size Le[...]

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    11 Setting up Installing the Pr ojector Pr ojection methods * When suspending the projector from a [...]

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    12 Connecting Ima ge Sour ces • T ur n the pow er off f or both the projector and the signal sourc[...]

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    13 Installing the Pr ojector Preparing the Remote Contr ol Inser ting batteries into the remote cont[...]

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    14 Star ting and Stopping Pr ojection T urning the po wer on an d pr ojecting images TIP If you set[...]

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    15 Star ting and St opping Projection Basic Operations When the e xpected images are not pr ojecte[...]

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    16 Adjusting the Pr ojection Screen Focus adjustment Pr ojection size adjustment (Zoom adjustment) [...]

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    17 Adjusting the Projection Screen Basic Operations Adjusting the tilt of the pr ojector Displa ying[...]

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    18 Basic Image Quality Adjustments Selecting the color mode Selecting the aspect Selecting the color[...]

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    19 Basic Image Quality Adjustments Image Quality Adjustments : Ideal for watching mo vies and conc[...]

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    20 Ad v anced Color Adjustments Y ou can select "Image" - "Sharpness" or "A[...]

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    21 Adv anced Color Adjustments Image Quality Adjustments Customized ("Adjust it from the ima g[...]

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    22 Adv anced Color Adjustments RGB adjustment (Offset, Gain) Selecting the color gam ut Selecting th[...]

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    23 Image Quality Adjustments Examining Ima ge Quality Fur ther In addition to color adjustments, adj[...]

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    24 Vie wing Images at a Preset Im age Quality(Memory Function) After using a subset of "Signa[...]

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    25 Viewing Images at a Preset Im age Quality(Me mory Function) Image Quality Adjustments Erase Mem[...]

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    26 Configuration Men u Functions The configuration menus can be used to mak e a v a riety of adjustm[...]

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    27 Configuration Men u Functions Configuration Menu Changing settings Example: If you press when a[...]

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    28 Configuration Men u Functions List of configuration menus When no image signals are being input, [...]

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    29 Configuration Men u Functions Configuration Menu Resolution Sync Info Source Lamp Hours Input Sig[...]

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    30 Configuration Men u Functions "Image" menu Se ven dif ferent settings can be selected f[...]

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    31 Configuration Men u Functions Configuration Menu "Signal" menu This lets you adjust the[...]

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    32 Configuration Men u Functions This adjusts the images if v erti cal stripes appear in the images.[...]

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    33 Configuration Men u Functions Configuration Menu This reduces the noise which can be generated ar[...]

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    34 Configuration Men u Functions "Settings" menu When the main po wer switch is turned on,[...]

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    35 Configuration Men u Functions Configuration Menu If the light from or becomes bothersome whil[...]

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    36 Configuration Men u Functions "Memory" menu "Reset" menu This recalls the sto[...]

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    37 T r oubles hooting Pr oblem Solving Reading the indicator s The projector indicates its st atus u[...]

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    38 Problem Solving Indicator statuses in normal operation During normal operation, the indicator i[...]

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    39 Problem Solving T r oubles hooting When the indicator s pr o vide no help If any of the follo win[...]

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    40 Problem Solving ■ Movin g images are not displa yed ■ The message "Not Supported" [...]

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    41 Problem Solving T r oubl eshooting ■ The message "No Signal" i s display ed ■ Imag[...]

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    42 Problem Solving ■ Image is truncated (lar ge) or small ■ Image color s are not right Is an [...]

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    43 Problem Solving T r oubl eshooting ■ Images appear dark ■ Pr ojection stops automaticall y [...]

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    44 Problem Solving Pr oblems with the remote control ■ The remote contr ol does not w ork Is the [...]

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    45 Appendix Maintenance This section describes maintenance t asks such as cleaning the projector and[...]

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    46 Maintenance Use a vacuum c leaner to remove any remaining dust from t he surface of the air fil[...]

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    47 Maintenance Appendix Consumable replacement periods Air filter replacement period • If the air[...]

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    48 Maintenance Replacing consumables Replacing the air filter Replacing the lamp Resetting the lamp [...]

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    49 Maintenance Appendix Remov e the old air filter . Inser t the new air filter . Install the air [...]

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    50 Optional Accessories/Consumab les The follo wing optional accessories/c onsumables are av ailable[...]

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    51 Appendix List of Suppor ted Monitor Displa ys The v alues may slightly v ary depending on the Ove[...]

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    52 List of Suppor ted Monitor Displays Computer image (analog RGB) *1 Connection is not possib le if[...]

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    53 Appendix Specifications * Y ou can connect any HDMI or D VI-D compatible equipment. Howe ver , de[...]

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    54 Specifications ■ Angle of tilt If you set the projector higher than 8 º , it could damage the[...]

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    55 Appendix Glossary Follo wing is an explanation of some of the terms used in this guide which may [...]

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    56 Glossar y Security lo ck A de vice cons isting of a protect or case with a hole in it that a c[...]

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    57 Appendix Inde x 4-4 Pull-do wn .............. ......... ........... ......... ........... .......[...]

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    58 Inde x Refresh Rate................... ......... ........... ......... ......... ........... ....[...]

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