Sharp DT-100 manual

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    Printed in China Imprimé en China Impreso en China TINS-B999WJZZ 05P08-CH-NG SHARP CORPORATION ENGL[...]

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    1 ENGLISH Bef ore using the projector , please read this operation man ual carefull y . Intr oductio[...]

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    2 W ARNING: The cooling fan in this pr ojector continues to run for about 90 seconds after the pr oj[...]

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    3 Introduction Useful Features 39 Using the Menu Screen Menu Selections (Adjustments) Example: Adju[...]

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    4 Contents Preparing Introduction How to Read this Operation Man ual .... 3 Contents ..............[...]

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    5 Introduction Reference Appendix Maintenance ....................................... 4 7 Maintenan[...]

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    6 1. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the pr oduct[...]

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    7 Introduction 15. Overloading Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenienc[...]

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    8 Observe the following safeguards when setting up your projector . Caution concerning the lamp unit[...]

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    9 Introduction ■ When turning off the projector , the cooling fan runs to decrease the inter nal [...]

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    10 Accessories Remote control RRMCGA430WJSA T wo R-6 batteries (“AA” size, UM/SUM-3, HP-7 or si[...]

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    Introduction 11 33 39 48 32 30 30 31 47 30 15 28 28, 48 39, 46 28, 48 39 T op View ST ANDBY/ON butto[...]

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    12 Numbers in Z ref er to the main pages in this operation man ual where the topic is explained. Rea[...]

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    Introduction 13 33 39 32 36 30 39 46 29 28 39 36 39 32 36 34 Numbers in Z ref er to the main pages [...]

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    14 • Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equiva[...]

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    Introduction 15 • The signal from the remote contr ol can be r e- flected off a scr een for easy [...]

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    16 Quic k Start This section shows the basic oper ation (projector connecting with the video equipme[...]

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    Quick Start 17 Select the “INPUT 3” using the INPUT button on the projector or D INPUT 3 on the[...]

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    18 Ceiling-mount Setup ■ It is recommended that you use the optional Sharp ceiling-mount bracket [...]

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    Setup 19 300" 200" 100" 80" 60" 261" 147" 174" 98" 87&[...]

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    20 Setting up the Pr ojector (Continued) 300 ⬙ (762 cm) 270 ⬙ (686 cm) 250 ⬙ (635 cm) 200 ?[...]

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    Setup 21 When using a normal screen (4:3) and projecting 16:9 ima ge 300 ⬙ (762 cm) 270 ⬙ (686 [...]

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    22 Samples of Cab les f or Connection Cables f or a camer a or a video game Equipment Input Signal [...]

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    Connections 23 Connecting to Video Equipment Before connecting, ensure that the po wer cord of the[...]

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    24 L R T o video output ter minal When connecting to equipment with video output terminal (INPUT4) T[...]

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    Connections 25 Connecting to a Computer T o RGB output ter minal T o audio output ter minal * ø3.5 [...]

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    26 T o RGB input terminal Note Connecting to a Monitor with RGB Input T erminal Y ou can displa y c[...]

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    Connections 27 Note Connecting to an Amplifier or Other A udio Equipment The audio input from device[...]

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    28 T urning the Pr ojector On/Off Remove the lens cap and press S ST ANDBY/ON on the pr ojector or [...]

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    Basic Operation 29 On-screen Display (confirmation message) 1 2 T urning the Power off (Putting the [...]

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    30 1 Adjusting the Focus Y ou can adjust the f ocus with the f ocus ring on the projector . Ima ge P[...]

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    Basic Operation 31 3 Adjusting the Height The height of the projector can be ad- justed using the ad[...]

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    32 Image Pr ojection (Contin ued) Displaying the Black Scr een and T urning off the Sound T emporari[...]

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    Basic Operation 33 0 Keystone ADJ. END Correcting T rapezoidal Distortion When the image is projecte[...]

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    34 Image Pr ojection (Contin ued) Resize Mode This function allows you to modify or customize the re[...]

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    Basic Operation 35 : Cutout area on which images cannot be pr ojected. Computer Input Signal STRETCH[...]

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    36 Operating with the Remote Contr ol Freezing a Moving Image Press N FREEZE. • The projected ima[...]

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    Useful Features 37 The follo wing sho ws the items that can be set in the projector . Menu Items “[...]

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    38 “ Projection adjustment (PRJ-ADJ) ” menu Picture Auto Search SCR - ADJ PRJ - ADJ Help Au[...]

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    Useful Features 39 Using the Menu Screen Menu Selections (Adjustments) Example: Adjusting “ Brig[...]

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    40 Using the Menu Screen (Contin ued) Press P or R and select “ Bright ” to adjust. • Th[...]

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    Useful Features 41 Picture Adjustment (“Picture” menu) Selectable items Standard Natural Dynami[...]

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    42 4 4 4 4 4 Pr ogressive • In NTSC or P AL60Hz, even if the 3D Progres- sive mode has been set,[...]

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    Useful Features 43 Adjusting the Pr ojected Ima ge ( “ SCR - ADJ ” men u) Picture Resize 0 SCR[...]

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    44 Adjusting the Pr ojector Function ( “ PRJ - ADJ ” menu) Picture Auto Search SCR - ADJ PRJ [...]

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    Useful Features 45 6 6 6 6 6 Fan Mode Setting Menu operation n P age 39 This function changes the[...]

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    46 T r oubleshooting with “Help” menu Utilizing “Help” menu functions This function advi[...]

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    Appendix 47 Cleaning the lens ■ Use a commercially available blower or lens cleaning paper (for g[...]

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    48 Maintenance Indicator s About the lamp indicator ■ When the remaining lamp life becomes 5% or l[...]

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    Appendix 49 • If the temperature warning indicator illuminates, and the projector enters standby [...]

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    50 Regar ding the Lamp Lamp ■ It is recommended that the lamp (sold separately) be r eplaced when [...]

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    Appendix 51 Removing and Installing the Lamp Unit • Make sure that you r emove the lamp unit by t[...]

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    52 Regar ding the Lamp (Contin ued) Remove the lamp unit. • Loosen the securing screws from the l[...]

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    Appendix 53 Connecting Pin Assignments COMPUTER-RGB Input/Output COMPUTER-RGB/COMPONENT INPUT1, 2 a[...]

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    54 DTV • When this projector r eceives 640 K 350 VESA format VGA signals, “640 K 400” appears[...]

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    Appendix 55 T roub leshooting No picture and no sound or projector does not start. Sound is heard bu[...]

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    56 Problem Picture is gr een on INPUT 1 (Component)/ INPUT 2 (Component). Picture is pink (no green)[...]

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    Appendix 57 Specifications Projector DT -100 NTSC3.58/NTSC4.43/P AL/P AL-M/P AL-N/P AL-60/SECAM/DTV4[...]

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    58 Dimensions Units: inches (mm) 12 13 / 32 ( 315) 3 1 / 16 ( 77.5) 2 19 / 32 ( 65.5) 1 53[...]

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    Appendix 59 AC socket ....................................................... 28 Accessories ......[...]

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    60 CONSUMER LIMITED W ARRANTY SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORA TION warrants to the first consumer purchas[...]

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    Appendix 61 LIMITED W ARRANTY Consumer Electronics Products Congratulations on your purchase! Sharp [...]