Sharp PG-C20X manual

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    LCD PR OJECT OR OPERA TION MANU AL Important Information Setup & Connections Operation Useful F[...]

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    E-1 Important Information IMPOR T ANT For your assistance in r eporting the loss or theft of your Co[...]

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    E-2 Important Information PR ODUCT DISPOSAL This product utilizes tin-lead solder , and high intensi[...]

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    E-3 Important Information Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This product has been[...]

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    E-4 Important Information Outstanding Features 1. AD V ANCED COMP A TIBILITY WITH HIGH-END W ORKST[...]

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    E-5 Important Information Important Information Contents IMPOR T ANT SAFEGU ARDS ………………[...]

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    E-6 Important Information T emperature Monitor Function If the projector starts to overheat due to s[...]

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    E-7 Important Information How to Access the PDF Operation Manuals (for Windows and Macintosh) PDF op[...]

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    E-8 Important Information Pr ojector P ar t Names Numbers next to the part names refer to the main p[...]

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    E-9 Important Information Fr ont View P ar t Names Rear View Remote Control 22 23 FREEZE button Mo[...]

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    E-10 Setup & Connections Setup & Connections[...]

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    E-11 Setup & Connections Power cord CACCU5013DE01 Computer RGB cable QCNWG0002CEZZ Computer audi[...]

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    E-12 Setup & Connections COMPUTER COMPUTER AUDIO AUDIO OUTPUT (INPUT 1) INPUT 1 RS-232C Connec[...]

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    E-13 Setup & Connections When connecting the pr ojector to a compatible computer other than an I[...]

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    E-14 Setup & Connections COMPUTER COMPUTER AUDIO AUDIO OUTPUT (INPUT 1) INPUT 1 RS-232C Connect[...]

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    E-15 Setup & Connections Connecting RS-232C Po r t When the RS-232C port on the projector is c[...]

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    E-16 Operation Operation ON/OFF POWER LAMP TEMP. KEYSTONE INPUT BACK ENTER MENU AUTO SYNC 2 Basic [...]

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    E-17 Operation Basic Operations 4 3 3 Slide the ZOOM knob. The image can be adjusted to the desired[...]

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    E-18 Operation Position the pr ojector perpendicular to the screen with all feet flat and level to a[...]

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    E-19 Operation Setting up the Screen Using the Adjustment Feet Y ou can adjust the height of the ima[...]

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    E-20 Operation Setting up the Screen Projector Digital K eystone Correction Remote control • When[...]

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    E-21 Operation Operating the Wireless Mouse from the Remote Contr ol Y ou can use the remote contr[...]

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    E-22 Operation Using the Wireless Mouse Remote Contr ol/Mouse Receiver P ositioning • The remote[...]

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    E-23 Operation ON/OFF POWER LAMP TEMP. KEYSTONE INPUT BACK ENTER MENU AUTO SYNC 7 2 , 4 , 6 3 , 5 [...]

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    E-24 Operation Items on the INPUT 1 (RGB) Mode Men u Bar Using the GUI (Graphical User Interface) Me[...]

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    E-25 Operation Items on the INPUT 2 (S-VIDEO) or INPUT 3 (VIDEO) Mode Menu Bar Main menu Sub menu O[...]

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    E-26 Operation Selecting the On-screen Displa y Language Projector (GUI) On-screen Displa y English [...]

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    E-27 Operation ON/OFF POWER LAMP TEMP. KEYSTONE INPUT BACK ENTER MENU AUTO SYNC 2 , 3 , 4 2 , 3 1 [...]

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    E-28 Operation Computer Ima g e Adjustments (INPUT 1 mode onl y) A uto Sync Adjustment • Used to[...]

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    E-29 Operation Computer Image Adjustments (INPUT 1 mode only) Adjusting the Computer Image When disp[...]

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    E-30 Useful Features Useful Features Freeze Function This function allows you to instantly freeze a[...]

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    E-31 Useful Features 2 1 Digital Image Magnification This function allows you to magnify a specific[...]

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    E-32 Useful Features Gamma Correction Gamma mode Selected Mode Remote control For a highly defined[...]

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    E-33 Useful Features Selecting the Picture Displa y Mode Remote control This function allows you to[...]

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    E-34 Useful Features ON/OFF POWER LAMP TEMP. KEYSTONE INPUT BACK ENTER MENU AUTO SYNC 2 , 3 , 4 2 [...]

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    E-35 Useful Features Function with toggle switch to contr ol the quantity of projected light. Select[...]

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    E-36 Useful Features Rever se/In ver t Image Function This projector is equipped with a r everse/inv[...]

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    E-37 Maintenance & T r oubleshooting Maintenance & T r oubleshooting Air Filter Maintenance [...]

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    E-38 Maintenance & T r oubleshooting Air Filter Maintenance 4 Replace the filter co ver . Inser[...]

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    E-39 Maintenance & T r oubleshooting Lamp/Maintenance Indicator s Maintenance Indicator s POWER [...]

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    E-40 Maintenance & T r oubleshooting Replacing the Pr ojection Lamp ON/OFF or Ta b 46 Remove the[...]

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    E-41 Maintenance & T r oubleshooting Replacing the Projection Lamp 7 Remove the lamp ca ge cover[...]

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    E-42 Maintenance & T r oubleshooting Using the K ensington Loc k This projector has a Kensington[...]

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    E-43 Appendix Appendix Attaching the Lens Cap Put on the lens cap to pr event damage to the lens whe[...]

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    E-44 Appendix Connection Pin Assignments COMPUTER INPUT 1 P ort: 15-pin mini D-sub female connector[...]

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    E-45 Appendix PC contr ol A computer can be used to contr ol the projector by connecting an RS-232C [...]

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    E-46 Appendix CONTROL ITEM COMMAND C1 S S A A T T P P I I I I I I I R R R R R V V V V V V V V V R R [...]

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    E-47 Appendix Horizontal Frequency: 15–80 kHz V ertical Frequency: 43–85 Hz Pixel Clock: 12–10[...]

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    E-48 Appendix Specifications Pr oduct type Model Video system Display method LCD panel Lens Projecti[...]

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    E-49 Appendix ON/OFF POWER LAMP TEMP. KEYSTONE INPUT BACK ENTER MENU AUTO SYNC FOCUS ZOOM 100-240V[...]

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    E-50 Appendix Active digital keystone correction Corrects keystone distortion caused when the pr oje[...]

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    E-51 Appendix Index A Active digital keystone correction .................................... 4 AC[...]

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    SHARP CORPORA TION[...]