Epson Home Cinema System manual

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

Go to page of

A good user manual

The rules should oblige the seller to give the purchaser an operating instrucion of Epson Home Cinema System, along with an item. The lack of an instruction or false information given to customer shall constitute grounds to apply for a complaint because of nonconformity of goods with the contract. In accordance with the law, a customer can receive an instruction in non-paper form; lately graphic and electronic forms of the manuals, as well as instructional videos have been majorly used. A necessary precondition for this is the unmistakable, legible character of an instruction.

What is an instruction?

The term originates from the Latin word „instructio”, which means organizing. Therefore, in an instruction of Epson Home Cinema System one could find a process description. An instruction's purpose is to teach, to ease the start-up and an item's use or performance of certain activities. An instruction is a compilation of information about an item/a service, it is a clue.

Unfortunately, only a few customers devote their time to read an instruction of Epson Home Cinema System. A good user manual introduces us to a number of additional functionalities of the purchased item, and also helps us to avoid the formation of most of the defects.

What should a perfect user manual contain?

First and foremost, an user manual of Epson Home Cinema System should contain:
- informations concerning technical data of Epson Home Cinema System
- name of the manufacturer and a year of construction of the Epson Home Cinema System item
- rules of operation, control and maintenance of the Epson Home Cinema System item
- safety signs and mark certificates which confirm compatibility with appropriate standards

Why don't we read the manuals?

Usually it results from the lack of time and certainty about functionalities of purchased items. Unfortunately, networking and start-up of Epson Home Cinema System alone are not enough. An instruction contains a number of clues concerning respective functionalities, safety rules, maintenance methods (what means should be used), eventual defects of Epson Home Cinema System, and methods of problem resolution. Eventually, when one still can't find the answer to his problems, he will be directed to the Epson service. Lately animated manuals and instructional videos are quite popular among customers. These kinds of user manuals are effective; they assure that a customer will familiarize himself with the whole material, and won't skip complicated, technical information of Epson Home Cinema System.

Why one should read the manuals?

It is mostly in the manuals where we will find the details concerning construction and possibility of the Epson Home Cinema System item, and its use of respective accessory, as well as information concerning all the functions and facilities.

After a successful purchase of an item one should find a moment and get to know with every part of an instruction. Currently the manuals are carefully prearranged and translated, so they could be fully understood by its users. The manuals will serve as an informational aid.

Table of contents for the manual

  • Page 1

    Installation Guide[...]

  • Page 2

    2 Copyright Notice All rights reserved. No part of this publication may b e reprod uced, stored in a[...]

  • Page 3

    3 Contents Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

  • Page 4

    4 Adjusting the Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

  • Page 5

    5 Intr oduction The Ensemble HD home cinema system by Epson includes ever ything that’ s needed to[...]

  • Page 6

    6 Important Safety Instructions CAUTION: T o reduce the risk of electric shock, do not r e move the [...]

  • Page 7

    7 13. Refer all servicing to qualif ied service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus [...]

  • Page 8

    8 routing wires. P ersonal injury and/ or damage to the equipment could result from dropping or mish[...]

  • Page 9

    9 • Do not ov erload wall outlets, extension cords, or integr al convenience receptacles as this c[...]

  • Page 10

    10 Parts List Before starting, make sure y ou have all the boxes listed below . Tip Leave all the it[...]

  • Page 11

    11 Included Cables All required cables are included, as listed below: Refer to the connection diagra[...]

  • Page 12

    12 Where T o Get Help Epson pro vides the following technical support services for your home theater[...]

  • Page 13

    13 Planning the Installation Here are th e ba sic st eps req uire d to in sta ll t he hom e th ea te[...]

  • Page 14

    14 Required T ools The Ensemble HD home theater system should be instal led by a professional audi o[...]

  • Page 15

    15 Keep the following in mind: • Y our seating area should allo w for a comfortable vi ewing dista[...]

  • Page 16

    16 Locating the Projector Once y ou kno w wher e the scr een will go, you can det erm ine the locati[...]

  • Page 17

    17 There ar e two locations where you can use the tracks, as shown. The track going from the A V equ[...]

  • Page 18

    18 Cable Connections Refer to the diagram belo w for an ov ervie w of how all the Ensemble HD compon[...]

  • Page 19

    19 Installing the Screen F ollow these steps to attach the screen ’ s mounting assembly to your wa[...]

  • Page 20

    20 Note The box also contains the wire management tracks and re lated pieces shown below. It is advi[...]

  • Page 21

    21 Attach the Mounting Assembly to the W all (Option 1) F ollow these steps if you want to mount the[...]

  • Page 22

    22 Mark the wall as sho wn below: 4 Hold the mounting assembly against the wall and use a stud finde[...]

  • Page 23

    23 5 U se a level to make sure the alignment bar isn ’ t tilted to one side. Align one of the end [...]

  • Page 24

    24 Attach the Mounting Assembly to the Ceiling (Option 2) Y ou can hang the screen from a flat (n ot[...]

  • Page 25

    25 7 T ighten the screw on the face of each bracket to secure it to the alignment bar . 8 Determine [...]

  • Page 26

    26 Connect the Cables to the Screen Before lifting the scr een onto the mounting brackets, you ’ l[...]

  • Page 27

    27 4 Connect one end of the Control Cable to the control por t, as shown below . 5 Connect the indiv[...]

  • Page 28

    28 8 Connect AC CABLE 3 to the AC output connector , as shown belo w . 9 Locate the 7M KIT packed in[...]

  • Page 29

    29 13 Connect the Video Cable to the OUTPUT end of the HD MI repeater . Then connect the INPUT end o[...]

  • Page 30

    30 2 With a second person ’ s help, lift the screen onto th e three mounting brackets. The screen [...]

  • Page 31

    31 Installing the Pr ojector U npack the projector ce iling mount from box #1. The mount includes th[...]

  • Page 32

    32 Position the Ceiling Mount This section explains how to determ ine wher e the ceiling mount will [...]

  • Page 33

    33 2 N ext , determine the left-right position of the ceiling mount in relation to the screen. Mark [...]

  • Page 34

    34 3 Determine whether the joists in your ceiling run para llel to the screen or to ward the scr e e[...]

  • Page 35

    35 5 Hold the ceiling plate in place o ver the planned mounting location to ensure that the holes in[...]

  • Page 36

    36 3 Insert the extension arm into the piece shown below . Make sur e the set screws in the ext ensi[...]

  • Page 37

    37 Install the Ceiling Mount 1 T o install the mounting bracket, first remove the piece shown below [...]

  • Page 38

    38 4 Attach the ceiling plate to the ceiling at the pre-drilled location. Use two of the included wo[...]

  • Page 39

    39 4 Remo ve the bottom and rear co vers from the projector en closure. • Remo ve the bottom cover[...]

  • Page 40

    40 6 T urn the projector upside-down and slide it into the enclosure. M ake sure the proje ctor port[...]

  • Page 41

    41 9 Lift the projector up to the ceiling mount, holding it with the lens facing backward (away from[...]

  • Page 42

    42 12 Make sure the projector is not tilted sideways. If the projector is tilted to one side, loosen[...]

  • Page 43

    43 Connecting and Routing the Cables F ollow the instructions in thi s section to install the wire m[...]

  • Page 44

    44 Install the T racks and Connector Pieces 1 Plan your layout of the wir e management system, refer[...]

  • Page 45

    45 4 S tarting from the screen, pr ess the cables into their r esp ective channels in each trac k. U[...]

  • Page 46

    46 2 Connect the following three cables to the projector: • Video cable •A C c a b l e • Contr[...]

  • Page 47

    47 3 Connect the following two cables from the screen to the subwoofer: • S peaker cable (connect [...]

  • Page 48

    48 5 Locate the 16-foot (5-meter) A V data cable (packed in box #3). Connect it from the 5.1CH OUT p[...]

  • Page 49

    49 Assembling the Subwoofer Stand If you like, you can use the included stand to stor e the subwoofe[...]

  • Page 50

    50 4 T o connect the upper and middl e shelves, first insert pins as shown. Then use the nuts and bo[...]

  • Page 51

    51 Adjusting the Image F ollow the steps in this section to adjust your system and make it ready for[...]

  • Page 52

    52 If you haven’t already adjusted the projector settin gs, the image will be upside-down or you m[...]

  • Page 53

    53 4 U se the following commands to rai se and lower the screen, and to stop it at the desire d posi[...]

  • Page 54

    54 3 U se the horizontal and vertical lens shift dials to position the image on the screen. Note If [...]

  • Page 55

    55 Incline Adjustment With the Optional Extension Arm Y ou must have alr e ady installed the extensi[...]

  • Page 56

    56 Adjusting the Pr ojector Settings U se the projector’ s remote control to adjust the following [...]

  • Page 57

    57 Set the Color Mode Set the projector’s Color Mode to quickly optimize the image for the current[...]

  • Page 58

    58 Adjusting the Sound F ollow the steps in this section to optimize sound for your home theater . S[...]

  • Page 59

    59 Set the Speaker Distance The speaker distance settings compensate for the different amount of tim[...]

  • Page 60

    60 Equalize the Speaker Output U se the test tones to adjust the volume for each speake r independen[...]

  • Page 61

    61 2 If the disk doesn ’ t start playing automatically , press the MAIN button on the Ensemble HD [...]

  • Page 62

    62 7 Us e t h e u d l r arrow buttons to highlight the test tone you want to play , then press SEL t[...]

  • Page 63

    63 Using Additional Components Y ou can connect up to a total of five external video devices to the [...]

  • Page 64

    64 Depending on the video por t you use, you may need to connect an audio cable in or der to combin [...]

  • Page 65

    65 Y ou see the Ensemble HD me nu screen: 3 P ress th e d button to highlight Video , then press the[...]

  • Page 66

    66 Note The label you assign to a device (e.g . “CABLE”) is what you see on the projection scree[...]

  • Page 67

    67 3 P ress and h old both the MAIN and ENT (Enter) buttons for approximately th ree seconds to ente[...]

  • Page 68

    68 6 P ress t he u or d button to select the type of device you ’ ve connected, then press the SEL[...]

  • Page 69

    69 Connecting an Antenna Y ou can use the included indoor antennas t o receive FM and AM radio broad[...]

  • Page 70

    70 Using an Outdoor FM Antenna A 75-ohm outdoor FM antenna may be used to impro v e reception. Disco[...]

  • Page 71

    71 Using an Outdoor AM Antenna An o u t do o r AM a n t en n a m ay b e us e d t o i m p rov e re c [...]