Sharp XG-C355W manual

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    DA TA PR OJECT OR MODEL XG-C455W PG-C355W OPERA TION MANU AL Introduction Quick Start Setup Co[...]

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    IMPOR T ANT • For your assistance in r epor ting the loss or theft of your Projector , please re[...]

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    -1 Introduction Before using the pr ojector , please read this operation man ual carefully . There a[...]

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    -2 PR ODUCT DISPOSAL This product utilizes tin-lead solder , and lamp containing a small amount of m[...]

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    -3 Introduction -43 Useful Features Using the Menu Screen Menu Selections (Adjustments) Example: Adj[...]

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    -4 Contents Preparing Useful Features Menu Items ..................................................[...]

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    -5 Introduction Reference Appendix Maintenance ................................................. 56[...]

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    -6 PDF operation manuals in several languages are included in the CD-ROM, so that you can w ork with[...]

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    -7 Introduction 1. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read befor[...]

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    -8 Ensur e that you read the following safeguar ds when setting up your pr ojector . Caution concern[...]

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    -9 Introduction Caution regarding usage of the projector ■ When using the projector , t a ke c[...]

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    -10 Accessories Remote control <RRMCGA623WJSA> Tw o R-6 batteries (“AA” size, UM/SUM-3,[...]

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    -11 Introduction Optional lenses ■ Lens Projection distance for 100" screen size Wide-zoom[...]

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    -12 43 MENU button For displaying adjustment and setting screens. 44 35 AUTO SYNC button For automa[...]

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    -13 Introduction Projector (Rear View) * Using the Kensington Lock • This projector has a Kensing[...]

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    -14 Remote Control 30 ST ANDBY button For putting the projector into standby mode . 32 KEYST ONE bu[...]

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    -15 Introduction Using the Remote Control Inserting the Batteries 1 Pull down the tab on the cover a[...]

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    -16 Quick Start 7 ST ANDBY button 3 ON button 6 COMPUTER 1 button 37 ST ANDBY/ON button [...]

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    -17 Quick Start Pag es 31, 32 4. Adjust the angle 5. Adjust the focus and the zoom 7. Tu rn[...]

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    -18 Setting Up the Projector For optimal image quality , position the projector perpendicular to th[...]

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    -19 Setup Projection (PRJ) Mode The projector can use an y of the 4 projection modes, shown in the [...]

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    -20 Standard Zoom Lens F1.7-F1.9, f=28.0-33.6 mm 16:10 Signal Input (Normal Mode) The f or mula for[...]

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    -21 Connections Samples of Cables for Connection •F or more details of connection and cables, ref[...]

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    -22 T erminal on the projector AUDIO (for COMPUTER/ COMPONENT 1, 2, DVI-D) AUDIO (for VIDEO, S-VI[...]

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    -23 Connections Connecting to a Computer Before connecting, ensure the power cor d of the projector[...]

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    -24 When connecting with a DVI digital cable The projector emplo ys the D VI digital input ter minal[...]

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    -25 Connections Connecting to Video Equipment The image quality is highest in order of the Componen[...]

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    -26 When connecting video equipment with S-video output terminal When connecting video equipment wit[...]

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    -27 Connections Controlling the Projector by a Computer When the RS-232C terminal on the projector i[...]

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    -28 To RGB input terminal RGB cable (commercially available) RGB cable To RGB output terminal To CO[...]

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    -29 Connections A udio signals input from equipment connected to each audio input terminal of the p[...]

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    -30 AC socket To AC outlet T urning the Projector On/Off Info • When “Auto Restart” is se[...]

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    -31 Basic Operation Image Projection Height Adjustment button Side View Lens center T op View Usi[...]

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    -32 Image Projection END TESTP A TTERN ADJUST RESET H&V KEYST ONE H: 0 V: 0 "[...]

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    -33 Basic Operation Adjusting the Lens The image is focused and adjusted to the screen size using th[...]

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    -34 Image Projection COMPUTER 1, COMPUTER 2, D VI, S-VIDEO , VIDEO buttons V OL +/– (V olume) but[...]

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    -35 Basic Operation Displaying and Setting the Break Timer 1 Press BREAK TIMER . • The timer st[...]

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    -36 Selecting the Picture Mode Y ou can select the appropriate picture mode for the projected imag[...]

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    -37 Basic Operation Resize Mode This function allows y ou to modify or customize the resize mode to [...]

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    -38 VIDEO/DTV Image Projection 4:3 aspect ratio Letter box Squeeze 16:9 aspect ratio 16:9 aspect rat[...]

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    -39 Basic Operation Using the Remote Control as the Wireless Computer Mouse When connecting the proj[...]

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    -40 Menu Items The follo wing shows the items that can be set in the pr ojector . “Picture” menu[...]

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    -41 Useful Features “Screen adjustment (SCR-ADJ)” menu On Off On Off Main Menu Sub Menu OSD Dis[...]

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    -42 “Network” menu “Projecter adjustment (PRJ-ADJ)” menu Main Menu Network Page 54 On Off [...]

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    -43 Useful Features Using the Menu Screen Menu Selections (Adjustments) Example: Adjusting “Brig[...]

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    -44 3 Press ' ' ' ' ' or " " " " " and s[...]

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    -45 Useful Features Menu operation Page 43 1 1 1 1 1 Selecting the Picture Mode Picture Adjustment[...]

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    -46 4 4 4 4 4 Selecting the Progressive Mode 5 5 5 5 5 Selecting the Film Mode This function provide[...]

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    -47 Useful Features 0 0 0 0 Phase Clock Pict. SIG – ADJ SCR PRJ Net. H-Pos V-Pos Reset Auto [...]

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    -48 Menu operation Page 43 7 7 7 7 7 Checking the Input Signal This function allows you to check t[...]

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    -49 Useful Features Resize 0 0 0 Image Shift H-Keystone V-Keystone Auto V-Keystone Center On On Norm[...]

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    -50 Menu operation Page 43 Selectable items Logo Blue None Description SHARP default image Blue sc[...]

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    -51 Useful Features Auto Power Off Auto Restart System Sound Speaker Audio Out 9600bps Enable On On [...]

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    -52 Helpful Functions Set during Installation (“PRJ-ADJ” menu) Menu operation Page 43 Setting/[...]

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    -53 Useful Features Menu operation Page 43 5 Enter the same keycode in “Re-con- firm”. Note T[...]

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    -54 Setting up the Projector Network Environment (“Network” menu) 1 1 1 1 1 Setting a Password I[...]

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    -55 Useful Features 2 2 2 2 2 DHCP Client Setting Connect the LAN cable before turning the pro- ject[...]

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    -56 Cleaning the lens ■ Use a commercially available blower or lens clean- ing paper (for glasse[...]

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    -57 Appendix Replacing the Air Filter • This projector is equipped with air filters to ensure th[...]

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    -58 5 Place a replacement air filter . • Place the new air filter onto the filter co v er . 6 [...]

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    -59 Appendix Po w er indicator Lamp indicator T emperature warning indicator Maintenance Indicator[...]

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    -60 Maintenance indicator Problem Cause P ossible solution T emperature warning indicator Normal [...]

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    -61 Appendix Lamp ■ It is recommended that the lamp unit (optional: AN-C430LP) be replaced when [...]

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    -62 Regarding the Lamp Securing screws Optional accessory Lamp unit AN-C430LP Removing and Installin[...]

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    -63 Appendix User service screw (for lamp unit cover) AC soc ket 5 Insert the new lamp unit. ?[...]

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    -64 Storing the Pr ojector Lens cap Fixing band Info How to Use the Storage Case When storing the pr[...]

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    -65 Appendix Note • This projector ma y not be able to displa y images from notebook computers in[...]

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    -66 Tr oubleshooting Check • Projector po wer cord is not plugged into the wall outlet. • P[...]

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    -67 Appendix Check Problem P age An unusual sound is occasionally heard from the cabinet. Maint[...]

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    -68 For SHARP Assistance If you encounter an y problems during setup or operation of this pr ojector[...]

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    -69 Appendix Specifications As a par t of policy of continuous improv ement, SHARP reser ves the rig[...]

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    -70 2D Progressiv e ......................................................... 4 6 3D Progressiv e [...]

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    SHARP CORPORA TION[...]