Epson U7-132 manual

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    U7-132/U7-137 FREEZE MUTE LASER AUTO TIMER RGB VIDEO R -C LICK/ CANCEL QUICK MENU ENTER STANDBY Q 12[...]

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    E-2 IMPORT ANT SAFETY INFORMA TION Precautions Please read this manual carefully bef ore using your [...]

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    E-3 Important Safeguards These saf ety instructions are to ensure the long life of the unit and to p[...]

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    E-4 Major Featur es 䡵 High brightness, lightweight projector with wir eless/wir ed network pr esen[...]

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    E-5 T able of Contents Preparation and Backgr ound Knowledge IMPORT ANT SAFETY INFORMA TION ........[...]

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    E-6 T able of Contents Menu Operations Menu Operation Method .......................................[...]

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    E-7 Checking the Supplied Accessories Remov e the main unit and the accessories from the box and che[...]

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    E-8 Chec king the Supplied Accessories “W ARNING” Handling the cab les supplied with this produc[...]

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    E-9 Names of the Main Unit Parts F ront adjuster button [E-26] (There is also one on the right side.[...]

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    E-10 Names of the Main Unit P arts DVI RGB OUT RGB IN USB PC CONTROL MOUSE DVI AUDIO VIDEO S-VIDEO C[...]

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    E-11 Names of the Remote Contr ol Parts Precautions Handling of the Remote Control * Do not drop the[...]

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    E-12 Pr eparing the Remote Contr ol Inserting the Batteries When using the remote control f or the f[...]

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    E-13 The Pr ocedur e Up to Pr ojecting to the Scr een P erf orm setup adjustments in the following o[...]

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    E-14 Placement Guide • Use this information as a guide to find out about the screen size when the [...]

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    E-15 Connecting Personal Computers and V ideo Equipment Connecting this unit with a personal compute[...]

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    E-16 Connecting P ersonal Computer s and Video Equipment Personal Computers with a Mini D-Sub 15-Pin[...]

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    E-17 Connecting P ersonal Computer s and Video Equipment T o Output the External Output Signal of a [...]

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    E-18 Connecting P ersonal Computer s and Video Equipment VIDEO S-VIDEO Connections with Composite Si[...]

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    E-19 Connecting P ersonal Computer s and Video Equipment Note In some rare cases, the picture may no[...]

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    E-20 Connecting P ersonal Computer s and Video Equipment Connections with Audio Connectors * Mak e t[...]

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    E-21 Connecting P ersonal Computer s and Video Equipment Connections with the RGB OUT Connector • [...]

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    E-22 Power Cable Connections and Switching the Power On/Of f D V I STANDBY STATUS STANDBY STATUS STA[...]

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    E-23 P ower Cab le Connections and Switching the P ower On/Off When [Menu Language Select] is Displa[...]

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    E-24 P ower Cab le Connections and Switching the P ower On/Off Finishing 1 Switch off the power of t[...]

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    E-25 Adjustment of the Pr ojection Scr een Switch on the power of the connected equipment and make t[...]

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    E-26 Adjustment of the Projection Screen ( 1 ) ( 1 ) RGB IN RGB OUT ( 2 ) 3 T urn the focus ring and[...]

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    E-27 General Operation This section describes the use of direct operation with the main unit or remo[...]

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    E-28 Fr eezing a Moving Picture This function is used to stop and view a mo ving picture. Note that [...]

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    E-29 General Operation Enlargement of the Image and V ideo Movement This function digitally enlarges[...]

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    E-30 General Operation Using the Presentation Timer Note: * The timer display is not displayed when [...]

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    E-31 General Operation Using the Laser Pointer The remote control unit ’ s laser pointer can be us[...]

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    E-32 General Operation Performing Mouse Operations on the Computer with the Remote Contr ol Unit Whe[...]

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    E-33 General Operation Controlling the Pr ojector fr om a Computer Use the control connector if the [...]

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    E-34 General Operation Pr otecting the Projector with the Security Lock A passw ord can be registere[...]

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    E-35 General Operation If the passw ord input displa y appears when the power is turned on When a pa[...]

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    E-36 General Operation Using the Quick Menu This function permits frequently used adjustments to be [...]

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    E-37 Menu Operation Method • This section describes only the men u operation method. Please see th[...]

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    E-38 Menu Operation Method Menu Screen Names and Functions Menu Name This is the title of the menu. [...]

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    E-39 Menu Operation Method Performing Menu Operations • Only “ Setup ” , “ Options ” and ?[...]

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    E-40 3 Press the 왔 SELECT button to display the item name selection cursor . Displaying the Cursor[...]

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    E-41 Menu Operation Method 6 Press the MENU button and close the menu display Closing the Menu Selec[...]

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    E-42 List of Item Names Of fering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings The item names that can b[...]

  • Page 43

    E-43 Imput Terminal DVI RGB DVI digital DVI component VIDEO S-VIDEO Image Viewer Menu name Setup Inf[...]

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    E-44 Image • P erform this operation while pr ojecting the picture for which the adjustment/settin[...]

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    E-45 Fine Picture Adjust this when the picture shows a lac k of color fidelity or flick ering. Selec[...]

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    E-46 Color • Do the f ollowing operation while displaying the ima ge you want to adjust or set. ?[...]

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    E-47 Color Color T emp. The screen color is affected b y the color of the illumination and other ext[...]

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    E-48 White Balance The black and white le vels of the analog RGB or D VI analog input sig- nals bein[...]

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    E-49 V iew • P erform this operation while pr ojecting the picture for which the adjustment/settin[...]

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    E-50 V ertical Flip / Horizontal Flip This is the selection of how ima ges are projected on the scre[...]

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    E-51 Setup • Select menu name “ Setup ” . See “Menu Operation Method” on P age E-37 f or i[...]

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    E-52 Setup Lamp Mode Use this if the picture is projected on a small screen and the picture is too b[...]

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    E-53 Setup Pr esentation Timer The presentation is given while chec king the timer display ed on the[...]

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    E-54 Option • Select menu name “ Option ” . See “Menu Operation Method” on P age E-32 f or[...]

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    E-55 Startup Screen This is the selection of whether or not to displa y the logo screen at startup t[...]

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    E-56 Info. • Select menu name “ Info. ” . See “Menu Operation Method” on P age E-37 f or i[...]

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    E-57 Resolution / Frequency This function displays the resolution and frequency of the detected in- [...]

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    E-58 STANDBY STATUS STANDBY STATUS STANDBY STATUS STANDBY STATUS STANDBY STATUS STANDBY STATUS ST AN[...]

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    E-59 T r oubleshooting Check the following matters before r equesting servicing. • Is the power co[...]

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    E-60 Cleaning • Be cer tain to disconnect the power plug from the po wer outlet bef ore cleaning. [...]

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    E-61 Replacing the Lamp Cartridge • The lamp that is used as a light sour ce in the projector has [...]

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    E-62 Replacing the Lamp Cartridge 1 Unplug the power cor d. 2 T urn the projector upside-down. 3 Rem[...]

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    E-63 Replacing the Lamp Cartridge 5 Mount the new lamp cartridge . (1) Place the lamp car tr idge wi[...]

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    E-64 Specifications Model U7-132/U7-137 Optical Method of projection : DLP™ (single chip DMD) DMD [...]

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    E-65 T able of Supported Fr equencies The projector automatically identifies the signal input from t[...]

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    E-66 MENU PRESS TO OPEN PRESS TO OPEN SOURCE STANDBY STATUS AUTO QUICK MENU Cabinet Dimensions Unit:[...]

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