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|evilrog||7:22am on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010|
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Warning: Never look into the lens when the projector is on. There is a risk that the projector might come on suddenly even though it is not in use. The light from the lamp can damage your eyes. It is especially important that children should not be allowed to look into the lens.
5. To insert the batteries in the remote control device, slide off the battery compartment cover.
6. Insert the two AA batteries included with the projector. Make sure the polarity of the batteries is correct.
7. Replace the battery compartment cover. When replacing batteries, take the following precautions: Do not recharge the used batteries or expose to fire or water. Replace batteries as soon as they run out. If the batteries leak, wipe away battery fluid with a soft cloth. If fluid gets on your hands, wash them immediately. Remove the batteries if you will not be using the projector for a long period of time.
Connecting to a Computer
You can connect the projector to a computer capable of SVGA, VGA, SXGA, XGA and UXGA (EMP-7350/7250 only) output. Resizing is supported for VGA, SVGA, SXGA and UXGA (EMP-7350/7250) output, for VGA, XGA and SXGA output (EMP-5350). The following types of computers are supported: IBM desktop PC or compatible IBM laptop or compatible Apple Macintosh desktop computer, including Macintosh Quadra, Macintosh Centris, and Power Macintosh Any Apple PowerBook with video-out capability, including all 160, 165, 180 and 500 series PowerBooks To connect the video and mouse cables (to use the wireless remote as a mousepointer), see the section in this chapter that applies to your computer. The illustration below identifies all the interface ports on the back of the projector; you may want to refer to this as you connect your computer or other equipment to the projector.
Audio Out Remote Audio 2 Audio 1 Mouse/Com 2 Mouse/Com 1
Computer 2 Computer 1 BNC HD/Sync VD L-Audio-R Computer Out Power Inlet S-Video Video
R/R-Y G/Y G Sync B/B-Y
Connecting to a PC Desktop Computer
To connect the projector to your PC desktop computer, you need to: Connect the computer cable and computer monitor cable Connect the mouse and/or serial cable (if you want to use the remote control as a mouse or use the ELP Link IV software) Connect the audio cable (if youll be projecting with audio) Follow the steps in each section for the cables you need to connect. Before beginning, turn off the projector and computer if they are on.
If you want to use the remote control as a mouse or use the ELP Link IV software, you need to connect the main cable. It provides connectors for: The Mac mouse cable or USB mouse cable (to use the remote control as a mouse) The Mac serial cable (to use the ELP Link IV software and the Effects buttons on the remote control)
Mac serial cable Mouse/Com 1 port
Mac mouse cable (or USB mouse cable)
1. Connect the small end of the main cable to the projectors Mouse/Com 1 port. (Use the Mouse/Com 2 port to connect a second computer.)
2. To use the remote control as a wireless mouse, connect one end of the projectors Mac mouse cable or USB mouse cable to the MOUSE terminal on the large end of the main cable.
3. Disconnect your Macintoshs mouse cable. Connect the other end of the projectors Mac mouse cable or USB mouse cable to the mouse port on your Macintosh. 4. To use the ELP Link IV software or use the Effects button on the remote control, connect one end of the Mac serial cable to the Mac SERIAL terminal on the large end of the main cable.
5. Connect the other end of the Mac serial cable to the printer or modem port on the back of your Macintosh.
2. Connect the other end of the audio cable to the audio-out port on your computer.
Connecting to a PowerBook
Your PowerBook must have video-out capability in order to connect to the projector. To connect the projector to your PowerBook, you need to: Connect the computer cable Connect the mouse and/or serial cable (if you want to use the remote control as a mouse or use the ELP Link IV software) Connect the audio cable (if youll be projecting with audio)
Follow the steps in each section for the cables you need to connect. Before beginning, turn off the projector and computer if they are on.
Note: PowerBook configurations vary, so the location of your computers ports may not match the illustrations. See your PowerBook manual for the port locations if necessary.
Connecting the Computer Cable
First connect the computer cable. Refer to this illustration as you follow the steps below.
video-out cable Computer 1 port
Macintosh desktop adapter computer cable
Note: Some new PowerBooks may allow you to connect the computer cable directly to the computer without using a video-out cable. See your PowerBook manual for additional information on connecting a computer cable.
Note: The projector is not compatible with a cable TV-style F connector.
You can connect the projector to an S-Video source, a composite video source, and a component video source at the same time. The projector supports NTSC, PAL, and SECAM video formats, and automatically detects and identifies the video format. However, you can specify that a single broadcast format be detected. (See Chapter 3.) Note that the projector will then be able to detect only one type of video signal. The type of cable you use to connect the video source to the projector depends on whether you have composite video, S-Video, or component video. For composite video, use the audio/video (A/V) cable supplied with the projector. For SVideo, use the S-Video cable supplied with your video device or obtain one from your computer or video equipment dealer.
For component video, use the BNC type cable that came with your video source. The illustration below shows the S-Video, component, and composite connectors.
S-Video 4-pin, mini-DIN
component BNC connector
To connect a video source to the projector: 1. Turn off the projector and video source if they are on. 2. If your video source uses a small, round, one-prong composite (RCA) video connector, youll need the audio/ video cable that comes with the projector. If your video source uses a large, round, four-prong S-Video connector or a BNC type connector, you will need to purchase the appropriate cable or use the cable that came with your video source. 3. For composite video, connect the yellow RCA plug on one end of the audio/video cable to the projectors Video jack. Connect the other yellow RCA plug to the video-out jack of your video source.
4. Connect the other plugs on the audio/video cable to the Audio jacks of the projector: insert the white plug into the L jack and the red plug into the R jack. Connect the plug at the other end of the audio/video cable to the audio output jacks of the video source. 5. For S-Video, insert one end of an S-Video cable into the projectors S-Video connector. Insert the other end into the S-video-out jack of your video source.
6. For component, insert three ends of a BNC cable into the projectors R/R-Y, G/Y and B/B-Y jacks. Insert the opposite ends of the cable into the Y/Video, C/R-Y, and B-Y jacks on your component video source. (Dont insert any of the cable ends into the HD/Sync and VD jacks.) 7. Make sure the Computer 2/BNC switch is set to BNC.
Note: When the Computer 2/BNC switch is set to BNC, the projector is unable to project the Computer 2 image signal. Note: Use a standard BNC cable, which you can purchase from any computer store. The 5BNC video cable supplied by EPSON as an optional accessory does not work with component video.
Power Effect buttons
Button Help Comp 1 Comp2/BNC S-Video Video Auto Resize P in P
Function Displays the Help menu. Switches to the computer image from Computer 1. Switches to the image from Computer2 / BNC. Switches to the video image from S-Video. Switches to the image from Video. Optimizes the computer image. Switches the Window display and Resizing display. Displays a subscreen on the main screen. To display the subscreen, press the PinP button once. To hide the subscreen, press it again. To set the subscreen being displayed, press in the following order : [Menu] [Setting] [P in P]. The default settings are as follows; Subscreen size:1/9 division Main screen input source:Computer Subscreen input source:Video To change the subscreen position, press the Pointer button. The subscreen will move to the selected direction. The current settings for the computer input signal are saved and recalled for the next use. User can save the preset up to five settings. The following settings are saved: Resolution, Tracking, Sync Signal, Position. Adjusts the volume.
Using the Operation Panel
You can use the operation panel to control the projector instead of the remote control. However, you can program and access the custom features only using the remote control. The following table summarizes the functions on the operation panel.
Button Power Help Computer Function Turns the projector on or off. Displays the Help menu. Switches the computer input source.Pressing the button once switches to the Computer1, and pressing twice switches to the Computer2/BNC. Turns off/on the audio/videio output of the projector. To turn on the audio/video output, press the A/V mute button again, or either the Esc or the Volume button. Switches the resolution to the Window display or Resize display.
Function Switches the video input source. Pressing the button once switches to the composite Video, and pressing twice switches to the S-Video. Displays or hides the menu. Terminates the current function that you have been executing. If you press the Esc button when a menu or help is displayed, you can go back to the previous menu layer. Selects a menu option. If you press the Enter button when a menu or help is displayed, you can access to the next menu layer. If you press the Enter button when a menu or help is not displayed, you can optimize the computer image. Synchronize the computers graphic signal. Use these buttons to adjust an overall image that is fuzzy or streaked, or to select menu items during menu operations. Match the projectoss internal clock to various computer graphic signals (tracking adjustment). Use these buttons to adjust an image with vertical fuzzy lines, or to change numeric settings during menu operations. Pressing the shift and keystone button at the same time can increase or decrease the sound volume. Adjust the keystone.
Accessing the Main Menu
To display the Main menu, press the Menu button on the operation panel or remote control. The Main menu appears:
Press the Menu button again to hide the menu.
Changing a Menu Setting
To change a menu setting: 1. Press the Menu button on the operation panel or remote control to display the Main menu.
2. Press the up or down buttons (operation panel) or press the top or bottom of the Enter button (remote) to scroll through the menu choices.
A/V Mute E-Zoom
up and down buttons
3. Press the Enter button to display a submenu.
Esc button Enter button
As you select a menu, a sub menu of options appears to the right.
Note: The options available in some submenus vary, depending on whether the current image source is the computer or a video source.
4. Press the up or down buttons (operation panel) or the top or bottom of the Enter button (remote) to scroll through the menu choices. 5. Press either the left or right buttons (operation panel) or the right or left sides of the Enter button (remote) to change a setting on one of the submenus. 6. When you have finished changing settings, press the Menu button again to hide the menu, or press the Esc button to go back to the Main menu. Your changes are saved automatically.
Video Menu (Image source = Computer)
The Video menu lets you make adjustments to the projected image. The following options are available when the image source is Computer.
Note: The computer must be connected and operating, and the image source on the projector must be set to Computer for you to access these menu options.
Menu item Position
Description Select this item by pressing the Enter button to enter the screen position adjustment mode. Then use the Enter button (remote) or up, down, left and right buttons (operation panel) to move the screen position in the corresponding direction. When you finish making adjustment, press the Esc button to return to the Video submenu. Matches the projectors internal clock to various computer graphic signals. Adjust this setting to remove vertical lines from the image. Synchronizes with the tracking signal sent from the computer. Adjust this setting to correct fuzziness or screen flicker. Lightens or darkens the overall image. Increase brightness to lighten an image, or decrease it to darken the image. Adjusts the difference between light and dark areas. Increase the contrast to make light areas lighter and dark areas darker. Decrease it to minimize the difference between light and dark areas. Adjusts the color balance (Red:Green:Blue) of the input source. Select this item by pressing the Enter button. The projector will enter color adjustment mode. Use the Enter button (remote) or the up and down buttons (operation panel) to select a color. Next, use the Enter button (remote) or left and right buttons (operation panel) to adjust the selected color. Increase the color setting for more intense color, or lower the setting for less intense color. When you finish making adjustment, press the Esc button to return to the Video submenu. Adjusts the screen sharpness. Increase the sharpness to make screen images more sharp, or decrease it to make the images less sharp.
7. Next, the Zoom rate setting window appears on the screen. Select a rate using the arrow buttons or Enter button, then press the Enter button. 8. The message Do you save this user logo? appears on the screen. Select Yes and press the Enter button If you dont want to save the logo, select No.
Note: Saving the logo may take a moment. Do not use the projector or other sources (computer, video, speaker, etc.) while the logo is being saved.
9. When the message Saving the user logo is completed appears on the screen, press the Menu or Enter button to display the Main Menu.
Assigning the Logo to the A/V Mute Button
Follow these steps to assign the logo to the A/V Mute button: 1. Press the Menu button to open the Menu window. 2. Select the Setting menu and press the Enter button. 3. Select the Blank option (A/V Mute), then highlight User Logo. 4. Press the Menu button twice. Now you can press the A/V Mute button on the operation panel or the remote control to display the user logo.
Reset All Menu
Selecting the Reset All menu option resets the settings in all menus to their factory defaults. It does not change or delete any user logo you may have stored. You will be prompted to confirm the reset action. Select Yes or No, then press the Enter button to reset all the settings.
The Advanced menu enables you to set various projector options.
Menu item Language Description Selects the menu language: Japanese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese. Displays the user logo during the warm-up after the projector is turned on. Adjusts the whiteness of the screen. Positive color temperature values provide a cold white; negative values provide a warmer white. Press the right arrow button (operation panel) or the right of the Enter button (remote) to increase the color temperature value; press the left arrow button (operation panel) or the left of the Enter button (remote) to decrease the color temperature value. Specifies the input image signal mode. User can select from AUTO, NTSC, NTSC 4.43, NTSC50, PAL, MPAL, NPAL, PAL 60 and SECAM. Mirrors the projected image so it looks correct when youre projecting from behind onto a translucent screen. Selecting ON turns mirroring on, while OFF turns it off (for a normal image).
Startup Screen Color Matching
Menu item Ceiling
Description Flips the projected image so it looks correct when youre hanging the projector upside-down from the ceiling. Selecting ON turns this feature on, while OFF turns it off (for a normal image). Locks or unlocks the Mouse/Com port. Select 1 to assign the wireless mouse control to the computer connected to the Mouse/Com 1 port only. Select 2 to assign the wireless mouse control to the computer connected to the Mouse/Com 2 port only. Selecting tells the projector to automatically switch wireless mouse control whenever the input source computer is changed. Returns all menu items to their initial factory defaults. Select this item and then press the Enter button to display the confirmation screen. Next, select Yes and then press the Enter button to reset the menu. If you change your mind, select No and then press the Enter button to clear the confirmation screen without changing any settings.
The About menu displays the following information about your projector. Image source = Computer or Component Video
Menu item Lamp Description Displays the number of hours the current lamp has been used. The lamp light turns red when the projector lamp is near the end of its normal life. When this happens, replace the projector lamp with a new one as soon as possible. Displays the horizontal and vertical frequency of the computer. Displays the sync polarity of the computer. Displays the sync mode of the computer. Displays the output resolution of the computer video output. Displays the refresh rate of the computer video output.
Frequency Sync Polarity Sync Mode Resolution Refresh Rate
Image source = Video
Menu item Lamp Description Displays the number of hours the current lamp has been used. The lamp light turns red when the projector lamp is near the end of its normal life. When this happens, replace the projector lamp with a new one as soon as possible. Displays the input image signal mode.
Using the ELP Link IV Software
The ELP Link IV Software is a utility you can run from your
desktop or laptop computer to control projector features and draw special graphics on your screen. You can also use the software to reconfigure the special effect buttons on the remote control.
Presentation support function
The presentation support function allows you to perform realtime presentation effectively by a remote control shipped with the projector.
Projector setting function
The projector setting function allows you to control the projector from your computer.
Note: See the ELP Link IV demonstration included in the Projector Software CD-ROM.
To use the ELP Link IV utility and to look at the PDF Users Guide, the following system requirements must be met.
Using a PC IBM compatible PC with Pentium or higher processor Microsoft Windows 95/98 or Windows NT 4.0 At least 16MB of RAM for ELP Link IV to work (16MB to be added for Acrobat Reader to work) At least 6MB of free hard disk space for ELP Link IV installation (8MB to be added for Acrobat Reader and 3MB for Users Guide installation) Double-speed CD-ROM drive (Quad-speed or faster recommended) VGA or better monitor Using a Macintosh 68000 series or PowerPC processor System 7.5.1 or later At least 16MB of RAM for ELP Link IV to work (6MB to be added for Acrobat Reader to work) At least 5MB of free hard disk space for ELP Link IV installation (8MB to be added for Acrobat Reader and 3MB for Users Guide installation) Double-speed CD-ROM drive (Quad-speed or faster recommended) Color monitor, 640 x 480 screen resolution (832 x 624 or higher recommended), and 256 colors (32,000 colors or more recommended)
Projector Software CD-ROM
The following software is enclosed.
ELP Link IV utility
Offers a lot of advantages to your presentation in using a cursor, bar, or stamps with the remote control shipped with your projector. And you can control the brightness and size of the screen, and the sound from your computer.
ELP Link IV Users Guide
Provides you with detailed information and instructions to use ELP Link IV. The Users Guide is provided in a PDF (Portable Document Format) file. To read this manual, Adobe Acrobat Reader must be installed.
Note: A Portuguese Users Guide is not provided.
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Acrobat Reader is the program provided by Adobe Systems Incorporated that you need to read PDF files. To install Acrobat Reader, always see the license agreement and follow the instructions. For more information about Acrobat Reader, see Online Help or Adobes home page. (http://www.adobe.com)
Note: There is no Portuguese version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Installation of Acrobat Reader
The following screen will be displayed if you placed a checkmark in the box next to Acrobat Reader in step 4. Click Yes to install.
1. Follow the screen directions to install the software.
Note: For details on launching ELP Link IV and using the application, please refer to your PDF User's Guide. (page xx)
Installing the Projector Software on Your Macintosh
After connecting the projector to your Macintosh, install the Macintosh-based projector software as described below. 1. Turn on your Macintosh, then insert the EPSON Projector Software CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. 2. Double-click the ELP Link 4 Installer icon. The following dialog box appears.
3. Select language from the pop-up menu. Then click OK. 4. Read the license agreement. If you agree with it, click Accept.
5. Check the checkbox for the program(s) you wish to install, and click OK.
Note: ELP Link cannot be used unless you select ELP Link 4 in this step. The ELP Link PDF User's Guide cannot be used unless you install Acrobat Reader.
6. Select the drive and folder to install to.
7. Click the Install button, and installation will begin.
8. Click Continue.
Note: This screen will only be displayed if you placed a checkmark in the box next to Acrobat Reader in step 4.
9. Follow the screen directions to install the software.
Note: For details on launching ELP Link IV and using the application, please refer to your PDF User's Guide.
Accessing the Projector Software
To access the EPSON projector software, follow the steps below.
For Windows 95/98 and NT 4.0 users
ELP Link IV
Click Start, point to Programs, and ELPLink IV, then select ELPLink IV.
Click Start, point to Programs, and ELPLink IV, then select Users Guide.
Note: Make sure that Acrobat Reader is installed on your PC before accessing the Users Guide.
For Macintosh users
ELP Link 4
Open the DATA folder, then the ENGLISH folder. Open the ELPLink4 folder, then double-click the ELP Link 4 icon.
Open the DATA folder, then the ENGLISH folder. Open the PDF_FILE folder, then double-click the Users Guide icon.
Note: Make sure that Acrobat Reader is installed on your Macintosh before accessing the Users Guide.
Installing or Accessing the Projector Software on the CD-ROM Directly
When you install or access the software on the CD-ROM directly, follow the instructions below.
For Windows users
Select Explorer from your Start menu, and use Explorer for the following operations.
Open the DATA folder, then the ENGLISH folder and ELP Link IV. Then open your OS folder. Double-click the SETUP. EXE.
Open the DATA folder, then the ENGLISH folder and AR folder. Then open your OS folder and double-click AR32E301.EXE (for Windows 95/98), or WINNT folder and double-click AR32E301.EXE (for Windows NT).
Users Guide (PDF)
Open the DATA folder, then the ENGLISH folder. Then open the PDF_File folder and double-click SETUP. EXE.
Open the DATA folder, then the ENGLISH folder and copy the ELPLink4 folder to your hard disk. The PDF User's Guide will be copied with it.
Open the DATA folder, then the English folder. Open the AR folder. Double-click the Installer icon.
Copy the PDF file from the DATA folder to your hard disk.
Your projector needs little maintenance. You should keep the
lens clean because any dirt or smears appear on the screen. You also need to periodically clean the air filter at the bottom of the projector. A clogged air filter can block ventilation needed to cool the projector and keep it from overheating. The only parts you should replace are the lamp and air filter. If any other part needs replacing, contact your dealer or a qualified service person.
Warning: Before you clean any part of the projector, turn off the projector and unplug the power cord. Never open any cover on the projector, except the lamp and filter covers. Dangerous electrical voltages in the projector can injure you severely. Do not try to service this product yourself, except as specifically explained in this Users Guide. Refer all other servicing to qualified service personnel.
Cleaning the Lens
Clean the lens whenever you notice dirt or dust on the surface. Lightly wipe the lens surface with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth. To remove dirt or smears on the lens, moisten a soft cloth with an alcohol-based cleaner and gently wipe the lens surface.
Cleaning the Projector Case
To clean the projector case, first unplug the power cable. To remove dirt or dust, wipe the case with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth. To remove stubborn dirt or stains, moisten a soft cloth with water and a neutral detergent. Then wipe the case. Do not use alcohol, benzene, thinners or other chemical detergents. These can cause the case to warp.
Cleaning the Air Filter
Clean the air filter at the bottom of the projector after every 100 hours of use. If it is not cleaned periodically, it can become clogged with dust, preventing proper ventilation. This can cause overheating and damage the projector. To clean the air filter, follow these steps: 1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cable. 2. Turn the projector on its side so that the handle is on top and you can access the filter easily.
Note: Standing the projector with the handle at the top keeps dust from getting inside the projector housing.
3. Pull up the filter cover tab to release the filter cover. Remove the cover.
4. The filter is attached to the inside of the filter cover. It is recommended that you use a small vacuum cleaner designed for computers and other office equipment to clean the filter. If you dont have one, use a dry, lint-free cloth. If the dirt is difficult to remove or if the filter is torn, replace it. Contact your dealer or call EPSON Service Center. 5. Replace the filter cover when youre done.
Replacing the Lamp
Replace the lamp when: The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate. The projection lamp indicator is flashing orange. The message "LAMP REPLACE" appears on the screen when the projector lamp comes on.
Note: To keep the initial brightness and image quality, replace the lamp as soon as possible when the message appears on the screen. The replacement message is set to being displayed at about 1500 hours of use. Contact your local EPSON dealer for a spare lamp. Request part number ELPLP09. Warning: Let the lamp cool before replacing it. Also, do not touch the glass portion of the lamp assembly. Touching the glass portion of the lamp will result in premature lamp failure.
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cable. 2. Turn the projector over so you can access the lamp cover. 3. Use a screwdriver, coin, or similar object to loosen the two retaining screws on the lamp cover. When the screws are loose, lift off the lamp cover. (You cannot remove these screws from the cover.)
4. Use the screwdriver, coin, or similar object to loosen the two screws holding the lamp unit in place. (You cannot remove these screws.) 5. Lift up the handle and pull out the lamp unit.
6. Gently insert the new lamp unit by lowering it into position. Make sure it is inserted securely. 7. Tighten the screws you loosened in step 4. 8. Replace the lamp cover and tighten the cover screws. (Make sure the lamp cover is securely fastened. The projector turns itself off if the lamp cover is open.)
This chapter describes the problems indicated by the warning
lights and provides information on how to solve problems with the projector. It is divided into the following sections: Problems with the projector. See this section if the projector is not working and to find out what the warning lights are indicating. Problems with the screen image. See this section if you cannot project an image or if the screen image is poor. If you have a problem, refer to the appropriate section and follow all suggestions that apply to your problem. If none of the suggested solutions solves the problem, call your dealer or EPSON Service Centre.
Problems with the Projector
If you have problems with the projector, first turn it off and unplug it. Then plug the power cord back in and turn on the projector. If this does not solve the problem, check the warning lights at the top of the projector. These lights alert you to problems with projector operation.
See the following pages for information on what to do when you see these warning lights or encounter other specific problems with the projector. u The operation indicator is flashing orange and you cannot turn on the projector. The lamp is cooling down. Wait until the light turns off and then turn on the projector. u The operation indicator does not come on. Turn off the projector, check that the power cable is connected securely both at the power outlet and the projector, and press the Power button again. u Projected images get darker or start to deteriorate, or the lamp indicator is red. Replace the projector lamp as described on page 86.
u The temperature indicator is red. The projector is overheating, which turns the lamp off automatically. Let the projector cool for a few minutes, then turn it back on. Make sure nothing is blocking the ventilation vents. The air filter may be clogged. Clean it as described in Chapter 5 and then let the projector cool for a while. If the projector continues to overheat after you clean the air filter, the problem may be caused by damage to the cooling fan or internal circuits. Contact a qualified service person.
Warning: Do not attempt to service this product yourself except as specifically explained in this Users Guide.
Problems with the Image or Sound
u An image does not appear on the screen. Check that the power light is on and the lens cover is off. Also make sure the cables are installed correctly, as described in Chapter 1. The correct image source may not be selected. Press the Source button on the remote control or the operation panel to choose another image source. u Only part of the computer image is displayed. If the computers output resolution setting is higher than (EMP-7350/7250) and (EMP5350), the projector resizes the image. If the computer output is not compatible with this resizing, choose a different display setting on the computer. In Windows 3.x, use Windows Setup in the Main program group. For a Macintosh, choose Control Panels under the Apple menu and then choose Monitors. In the Monitors screen, choose Options and make sure Macintosh Hi-Res Display or another (EMP-7350/7250) and (EMP-5350) display is selected. For supported display settings, see page Supported Monitor Displays on page 97, 98. You also may need to modify existing presentation files if you created them for a different resolution. See your software manual for specific information. u The message NO SIGNAL is displayed. An image source not connected to the projector is selected, the signal is not being output from the computer, or the signal is not reaching the projector. Make sure the connectors are securely attached to both the projector and
Input pin 15 Signal Red analogue input Green analogue input Blue analogue input GND GND Red GND Green GND Blue GND Reserved Sync GND GND SDA Horizontal sync/composite sync input Vertical sync input SCL
Brightness. The balance of light and dark shades in an image. Composite video. A type of video signal that encodes colours, luminance and sychronization information so it can be carried in one signal. Contrast. A measure of the luminance differences between the highlights and shadows of an image. In a high-contrast image, light areas are very bright and dark areas are very dark. NTSC. A 525-line video broadcast format developed by the National Television Standards Committee. NTSC is widely used in North America, Mexico and Japan. PAL (Phase Alternation by Line). A 625-line video broadcast format used in Western Europe, India, China, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Africa. Resolution. A measure of the amount of detail contained in an image. Resolution can be measured in dots per inch or in pixels. Image sharpness and clarity improve as resolution increases. RGB. Red Green Blue S-Video. A type of video signal which transmits luminance and colour separately. SECAM (Systme Electronique pour Couleur Avec Mmoire). A 625-line TV system used in France, Eastern Europe, Russia and parts of Africa.
Serial. A type of communication interface that transmits data over a single wire.
3D Sound 57
DAR viii Desktop Macintosh 16 DPMS 59
Effect Menu 58 ELP Link IV Users Guide 68 ELP Link IV utility 68 external speaker 1, 32 E-Zoom 42
About Menu 64 Adobe Acrobat Reader 68 Advanced Menu 62 Air Filter 85 Audio cable 2 Audio Menu 57 Audio/Video (A/V) cable 2
Bass 57 BNC 43, 59 Brightness 101
High-End Workstation 28
Composite video 101 Computer cable 2 Contrast 101 cooling 90
Image 92 Installing the Projector Software 71
Projector Software CD-ROM 68 PS/2 mouse cable 2, 10
Remote control ix Reset All Menu 62 Resize Button 39 Resolution 101 resolution 55, 92 RGB 101
Mac Desktop adapter 2 Mac Monitor adapter 2 Mac mouse cable 2 Mac serial cable 2 Main cable 2 Main Menu 50 monitor cable 8 Monitor Displays 97
Saturation 56 SECAM 101 Serial 102 Serial mouse cable 2 Setting Menu 59 Shift 45 Sound 92 spare lamp 86 Startup Screen 62 submenu 52 S-Video 101
operation indicator 34 operation panel 34 Optional Accessories ix
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