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1 TM PROJECTOR PROJECTEUR PROYECTOR PROJETOR DT-500 OPERATION MANUAL MODE D'EMPLOI MANUAL DE MANEJO MANUAL DE OPERA(_._,O 8 f f 8 H.-,lr-D _I_H DEFINmON_TIM_IA I_T_RFACE

2 Before usng the projector, please read ths operaton rnanual carefully. MPORTANT For your assstance n reportng the loss or theft of your Projector, please record the Seral Number located on the bottom of the projector and retan ths nformaton.,, Before recyclng the packagng, please ensure that you have checked the contents of the carton thoroughly aganst the lst of "Suppled accessores" on page 10. Model Seral No.: DT=500 No.: WARNING: Hgh brghtness lght source. Do not stare nto the beam of lght, or vew I.x-B drect,y. Be especal,y carefu, that ch,dren do not stare drectly nto the beam of lght. WARNING: To reduce the rsk of fre or electrc shock, do not expose ths product to ran or mosture. See bottom of projector. DO NOT REMOVE SCREWS EXCEPT SPECIFIED RSK OF ELECTRIC USER SHOCK, _ SERVICE SCREW. CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RSK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER, NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS EXCEPT LAMP UNIT, REFER SERVCNG TO QUALFED SERVICE PERSONNEL, The lghtnng flash wth arrowhead symbol, wthn an equlateral trangle, s ntended to alert the user to the presence of unnsulated "dangerous voltage" wthn the product's enclosure that may be of suffcent magntude to consttute a rsk or electrc shock to persons. The exclamaton pont wthn a trangle s ntended to alert the user to the presence of mportant operatng and mantenance (servcng) nstructons n the lterature accompanyng the product. WARNING: FCC Regulatons state that any unauthorzed changes or modfcatons to ths equpment not expressly approved by the manufacturer could vod the user's authorty to operate ths equpment. I U.S.A. ONLY I Q-1

3 WARNING: The coolng fan n ths projector contnues to run for about 90 seconds after the projector enters standby mode. Durng normal operaton, when puttng the projector nto standby mode always use the STANDBY/ON button on the projector or the STANDBY button on the remote control. Ensure the coolng fan has stopped before dsconnectng the power cord. DURING NORMAL OPERATION, NEVER TURN THE PROJECTOR OFF BY DISCONNECTING THE POWER CORD. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WILL RESULT IN PREMATURE LAMP FAILURE. INFORMATION Ths equpment has been tested and found to comply wth the lmts for a Class B dgtal devce, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These lmts are desgned to provde reasonable grotecton aganst harmful nterference n a resdental nstallaton. Ths equpment generates, uses, and can radate rado frequency energy and, f not nstalled and used n accordance wth the operaton manual, may cause harmful nterference to rado communcatons. However, there s no guarantee that nterference wll not occur n a partcular nstallaton. If ths equpment does cause harmful nterference to rado or televson recepton, whch can be determned by turnng the equpment off and on, the user s encouraged to try to correct the nterference by one or more of the followng measures:,, Reorent or relocate the recevng antenna.,, Increase the separaton between tle equpment and the recever.,, Connect the equpment nto an outlet on a crcut dfferent from that to whch the recever s connected. _, Consult the dealer or an experenced radofrv techncan for help. [ U.S.A. ONLY] Declaraton of conformty SHARP PROJECTOR MODEL DT-500 Ths devce comples wth Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operaton s subject to the followng condtons: (1) Ths devce may not cause harmful nterference, and (2) ths devce must accept any nterference receved, ncludng nterference that may cause undesred operaton. Responsble Party: PRODUCT SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey TEL: BE-SHARP ( ) [U.S.A. ONLY] DISPOSAL Ths projector utlzes tn-lead solder, and a pressurzed lamp contanng a small amount of mercury. Dsposal of these materals may be regulated due to envronmental consderatons. For dsposal or recyclng nformaton, please contact your local authortes or, f you are located n the Unted States of Amerca, the Electronc Industres Allance: Cauton Concernng Lamp Replacement See "Replacng the Lamp" on page 54. (_D-2 Ths SHARP projector uses a DMD panel. Ths very sophstcated panel contans 983,040 pxels (mcromrrors). As wth any hgh technology electronc equpment such as large screen TVs, vdeo systems and vdeo cameras, there are certan acceptable tolerances that the equpment must conform to. Ths unt has some nactve pxels wthn acceptable tolerances whch may result n nactve dots on the pcture screen. Ths wll not affect the pcture qualty or the lfe expectancy of the unt.

4 How to Read ths Operaton Manual [] The specfcatons are slghtly dfferent, dependng on the model. However, you can connect and operate all models n the same manner. In ths operaton manual, the llustraton and the screen dsplay are smplfed for explanaton, and may dffer slghtly from the actual dsplay. JUsmg the Menu Screen Xl Xl Xl ENTER bu_on Xl Xl ll Xl Xl used n ths operaton X_ X X ll letted nput mode s dsplayed screen for the se Press _- or < to select the menu ths step used n X_ X_ X_ con to adjust. ghlghted Menu screen Pcture X_! x Fne Sync Optons1 Optons2 dsplay X _Nole The 'Fne Sync' menu e not avalable for INPUT 3 or INPUT 4 X_ hfo... Indcates safeguards for usng the projector. Note... Indcates addtonal nformaton for settng up and operatng the projector. For Future Reference Mantenance Troubleshootng

5 Contents ntroducton How to Read ths Operaton Manual... 3 Contents... 4 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS... 6 Accessores Part Names and Functons Insertng the Batteres Usable Range Quck Start Quck Start Setup Settng up the Projector Settng up the Projector Standard Setup (Front Projecton) Celng-mount Setup Projecton (PRJ) Mode Pcture (Screen) Sze and Projecton Dstance Connectons Samples of Cables for Connecton Connectng to Vdeo Equpment Connectng to a Computer Usng Basc Operaton Turnng the Projector On/Off Connectng the Power Cord Turnng the Projector on Turnng the Power off (Puttng the Projector nto Standby Mode) Image Projecton Swtchng the Input Mode Adjustng the Projected Image Correctng Trapezodal Dstorton Resze Mode Useful Features Operatng wth the Remote Control Shftng the Projected Image Vertcally (Image Shft) Swtchng the Irs Settng Freezng a Movng Image Selectng the Pcture Mode Menu Items Usng the Menu Screen Menu Selectons (Adjustments) Pcture Adjustment ("Pcture" menu).. 43 Selectng the Pcture Mode Adjustng the Image Adjustng the Color Temperature Adjustng the Colors Progressve Reducng Image Nose (DNR) Swtchng the Irs Settng Lamp Settng Computer Image Adjustment ("Fne Sync" menu) Adjustng the Computer Image Specal Modes Settng Auto Sync (Auto Sync Adjustment) Checkng the Input Sgnal Usng the "Optons" Menu Adjustng the Image Poston Adjustng the Overscan Adjustng the Vertcal Sze of the Dsplay (Subttle Settng) Settng On=screen Dsplay Settng the Vdeo System Sgnal Type Settng Selectng the HDMI Settng Selectng the Background Image Auto Power Off Functon Checkng the Lamp Lfe Status Reversng/Invertng Projected Images Selectng the Transmsson Speed (RS-2320) Reducng the Power Consumpton When the Power Is n Standby Mode Fan Mode Settng Returnng to the Default Settngs Selectng the On=screen Dsplay Language (D-4

6 R f renc Appendx Mantenance Mantenance Indcators Regardng the Lamp Lamp Cauton Concernng the Lamp Replacng the Lamp Removng and Installng the Lamp Unt Resettng the Lamp Tmer Connectng Pn Assgnments Computer Compatblty Chart Troubleshootng Servce Informaton (For the U.S.) Specfcatons Dmensons Index CONSUMER LIMITED WARRANTY (VALID IN USA ONLY) LIMITED WARRANTY (VALID IN CANADA ONLY) Q-5

7 MPORTANT SAFEGUARDS CAUTJ ON: Please read all of these nstructons before you operate ths product and save these nstructons for later use. Electrcal energy can perform many useful functons. Ths product has been engneered and manufactured to assure your personal safety. BUT IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARDS. In order not to defeat the safeguards ncorporated n ths product, observe the followng basc rules for ts nstallaton, use and servcng. 1. Read nstructons All the safety and operatng nstructons should be read before the product s operated. 2. Retan nstructons The safety and operatng nstructons should be retaned for future reference. 3, Heed Warnngs All warnngs on the product and n the operatng nstructons should be adhered to. 4, Follow Instructons All operatng and use nstructons should be followed. 5, Cleanng Unpk_g ths product from the wall outlet before cleanng. Do not use lqud cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleanng. 6, Attachments Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufactureras they maycause hazards. 7, Water and Mosture Do not use ths product near water,or example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, ktchen snk, or laundry tub; n a wet basement; or near a swmmng pool; and the lke. 8. Accessores Do not place ths product on an unstable cart, stand, trpod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causng serous njury to a chld or adult, and serous damage to the product. Use only wth a cart, stand, trpod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold wth the product. Any mountng of the product should followthe manufacturer's nstructons, and should use a mountng accessory recommended by the manufacturer. 9, Transportaton A product and cart combnaton should be moved wth care. Quck stops, excessve force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combnaton to overturn. 10, Ventlaton Slots and openngs n the cabnet are provded for ventlaton to ensure relable operaton of the product and to protect t from overheatng, and these openngs must not be blocked or covered. Theopenngs should never be blocked by placng the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other smlar surface. Ths product should not be placed n a bult-n nstallatonsuch as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventlaton s provded or the manufacturer's nstructons have been adhered to. 11, Power Sources Ths product should be operated only from the type of power source ndcated on the markng label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For products ntended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operatng nstructons. 12, Groundng or Polarzaton Ths product s provded wth one of the followng types of plugs. If the plug should fal to ft nto the power outlet, please contact your electrcan. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the plug. a. Two-wre type (mans) plug. b. Three-wre groundng type (mans) plug wth a groundng termnal. Ths plug wll only ft nto a groundng type power outlet. 13, Power-Cord Protecton Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not lkely to be walked on or pnched by tems placed upon or aganst them, payng partcular attenton to cords at plugs, convenence receptacles, and the pont where they ext from the product. 14, Lghtnng For added protecton for ths product durng a lghtnng storm, or when ts left unattended and unused for long perods of tme, unplug t from the wall outlet and dsconnect the cable system. Ths wll prevent damage to the product due to lghtnng and power-lne surges. (_D-6

8 15. Overloadng Do not overload wall outlets, extenson cords, or ntegral convenence receptacles as ths can result n a rsk of fre or electrc shock. 16. Object and Lqud Entry Never push objects of any knd nto ths product through openngs as they may touch dangerous voltage ponts or short-out parts that could result n a fre or electrc shock. Never spll lqud of any knd on the product. 17. Servcng Do not attempt to servce ths product yourself as openng or removng covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servcng to qualfed servce personnel. 18. Damage Requrng Servce Unphg ths product from the wall outlet and refer servcng to qualfed servce personnel under the followng condtons: a. When the power-supply cord or plug s damaged. b. If lqud has been splled, or objects havefallen nto the product. c. If the product has been exposed to ran or water. d. If the product does not operate normally by followngthe operatng nstructons. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operatng nstructons, as an mproper adjustment of other controls may result n damage and wll often requre extensve work by a qualfed techncan to restore the product to normal operaton. e. If the product has been dropped or damaged n any way. f. When the product exhbts a dstnct change n performance, ths ndcates a need for servce. 19. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are requred, be sure the servce techncan has used replacement parts specfed by the manufacturer or have the same characterstcs as the orgnal part. Unauthorzed substtutons may result n fre, electrc shock, or other hazards. 20. Safety Check Upon completon of any servce or repars to ths product, ask the servce techncan to perform safety checks to determne that the product s n proper operatng condton. 21. Wall or Celng Mountng Ths product should be mounted to a wall or celng only manufacturer. as recommended by the 22. Heat Ths product should be stuated away from heat sources such as radators, heat regsters, stoves, or other products (ncludng amplfers) that produce heat. o DLP TM (Dgtal Lght Processng), DMD TM (Dgtal Mcromrror Devce) and BrllantColor TM are trademarks of Texas Instruments, Inc. o Mcrosoft and Wndows are regstered trademarks of Mcrosoft Corporaton n the Unted States and/or other countres. o PC/AT s a regstered trademark of Internatonal Busness Machnes Corporaton n the Unted States. o Macntosh s a regstered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. n the Unted States and/or other countres. o HDMI, the HDMI logo and Hgh-Defnton Multmeda Interface are trademarks or regstered trademarks of HDMI Lcensng LLC. o All other company or product names are trademarks or regstered trademarks of ther respectve companes. o Some IC chps n ths product nclude confdental and/or trade secret property belongng to Texas Instruments. Therefore you may not copy, modfy, adapt, translate, dstrbute, reverse engneer, reverse assemble or dscomple the contents thereof. (:D-7

9 Cauton concernng the lamp unt [] Potental hazard of glass partcles f lamp ruptures. In case of lamp rupture, contact your nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer for replacement. See "Replacng the Lamp" on page 54. Cauton concernng the setup of the projector [] For mnmal servcng and to mantan hgh mage qualty, SHARP recommends that ths projector be nstalled n an area free from humdty, dust and cgarette smoke. When the projector s subjected to these envronments, the vents and lens must be cleaned more often. As long as the projector s regularly cleaned, use n these envronments wll not reduce the overall operaton lfe of the unt. Internal cleanng should only be performed by a Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer. Do not set up the projector n places exposed to drect sunlght or brght lght. [] Poston the screen so that t s not n drect sunlght or room lght. Lght fallng drectly on the screen washes out the colors, makng vewng dffcult. Close the curtans and dm the lghts when settng up the screen n a sunny or brght room. Cauton regardng placng of the projector [] Place the projector on a level ste wthn the adjustment range (8 degrees) of the adjustment foot. [] After the projector s purchased, a fant smell from the vent may appear when the power s frst turned on. Ths s normal and s not a malfuncton. It wll dsappear after the projector s used for a whle. When usng the projector n hgh-alttude areas such as mountans (at alttudes of approxmately 4,900 feet (1,500 meters) or more) [] When you use the projector n hgh-alttude areas wth thn ar, set "Fan Mode" to "Hgh". Neglectng ths can affect the longevty of the optcal system. Warnng about placng the projector n a hgh poston [] When placng the projector n a hgh poston, ensure that t s secured carefully to avod personal njury caused by the projector fallng down. Do not subject the projector to hard mpact and/or vbraton, [] Protect the lens so as not to ht or damage the surface of the lens. Rest your eyes occasonally. [] Contnuously watchng the screen for long hours wll cause eye stran. Be sure to occasonally rest your eyes. Avod locatons wth extremes of temperature. [] The operatng temperature of the projector s from 41 F to 95 F (+5 C to +35 C). [] The storage temperature of the projector s from -4 F to 140 F (-20 C to +60 C). Do not block the exhaust and ntake vents. [] Allow at least 11 13/16nches (30 cm) of space between the exhaust vent and the nearest wall or obstructon. [] Be sure that the ntake vent and the exhaust vent are not obstructed. [] If the coolng fan becomes obstructed, a protecton crcut wll automatcally put the projector nto standby mode to prevent overheat damage. Ths does not ndcate a malfuncton. (See pages 52 and 53.) Remove the projector power cord from the wall outlet and wat at least 10 mnutes. Place the projector where the ntake and exhaust vents are not blocked, plug the power cord back n and turn on the projector.ths wll return the projector to the normal operatng condton.

10 [] When turnngofftheprojector, thecoolng fan runstodecrease thenternal temperature for awhle. Unplug thepower cordafter thecoolngfanstops.the perod thecoolng fanruns wllvary, dependng onthecrcumstances and thenternal temperature. Cautonregardngusageoftheprojector [] When usng the projector, be sure net to subject t to hard mpact and/or vbraton, as ths can result n damage. Take extra care wth the lens. Before movng the projector, be sure to unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, and dsconnect any other cables connected to t. [] Do not carry the projector by holdng the lens. [] When storng the projector, re-attach the lens cap. (See page 11). [] Do not expose the projector to drect sunlght or place next to heat sources. Dong so may affect the cabnet color or cause deformaton of the plastc cover. Other connected equpment [] When connectng a computer or other audovsual equpment to the projector, make the connectons AFTER unpluggng the power cord of the projector from the AC outlet and turnng off the equpment to be connected. [] Please read the operaton manuals of the projector and the equpment to be connected for nstructons on how to make the connectons. Usng the projector n other countres [] The power supply voltage and the shape of the plug may vary dependng on the regon or country you are usng the projector n. When usng the projector overseas, be sure to use an approprate power cord for the country you are n. Temperature montor functon [] If the projector starts to overheat due to setup problems or blockage of the ar vents, "U" and "_" wll llumnate n the lower left corner of the pcture. If the temperature contnues to rse, the lamp wll turn off, the temperature warnng ndcator on the projector wll blnk, and after a 90-second coolng-off perod the projector wll enter standby rnode. Refer to "Mantenance Indcators" on page 52 for detals. Info The coolng fan regulates the nternal temperature, and ts performance s automatcally controlled. The sound of the fan may change durng projector operaton due to changes n the fan speed.ths does not ndcate malfuncton.,, Do not unplug the power cord durng projecton or coolng fan operaton. Ths can cause damage due to rse n nternal temperature, as the coolng fan also stops. f! _ Q-9

11 Suppled accessores Remote control RRMCGA444WJSB Two R-03 batteres ("AAA" sze, UM/SUM-4, HP-16 or smlar) Lens cap (attached) CCAPHA024WJSA,, Operaton manual Power cord for U.S. and Canada, etc. (6' (1.8 m)) QACCDA007WJPZ Optonal accessores I [] Lamp unk [] 3 RCAto 15-pn D-sub cable (10' (3.0 m)) ] AN-100LP AN-C3CP2 Note Some of the optonal accessores may not be avalable dependng on the regon. Please check wth your nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer. O -10

12 Part Names and Functons Numbers n _ refer to the man pages n ths operaton manual where the topc s explaned. Pre)eeter Power ndc _ or,, _ Lamp ndcator STANDBY/ON _ button For turnng the Temperature warnng puttng the power projector on nto and ndcator standby mode. _ INPUT buttons (A/_') For swtchng nput mode ForENTERbutton settng _]_ I f,s, 3,4, sorg or adjusted on the menu.... _J MENU button tems selected For dsplayng RESIZE button For swtchng _ adjustment and settng screens. the screen sze. Adjustment buttons (A/T/4/m,-) For selectng menu tems. Intake vent Focus rng For adjustng the focus. Q Zoom rng For enlargng/ reducng the peture. HEIGHT Q )_mll ADJUST J lever [ Remote control sensor (front) Push both sdes of the lens cap to attach or remove. (]_)-11

13 Part Names and Functons (Contnued) Numbers n _ refer to the man pages n ths operaton manual where the topc s explaned. Rear Vew Exhaust vent Intake vent _ AC socket "\"\" '_ Connect the _ r.. _ Remote control sensor (rear) Kensngton Securty Standard Termnal Descrpton Page INPUT 1,2 termnal Connectng vdeo equpment wth component output termnal (DVD player, DTV decoder, DVD recorder wth hard dsc, etc.). INPUT 3 termnal Connectng vdeo equpment wth S-vdeo output termnal (VCR, DVD player, etc.). INPUT 4 termnal Connectng vdeo equpment wthout S-vdeo output termnak INPUT 5 termnal [] Connectng vdeo equpment wth component output termnal (DVD player, DTV decoder, DVD recorder wth hard dsc, etc.). [] Connectng the computer. INPUT 6 termnal Connectng vdeo equpment wth HDMI output termnal. RS-232C termnal Servceman only Q -12

14 Numbers n _ refer to the man pages n ths operaton manual where the topc s explaned. ON button For turnng the power on. STANDBY button For puttng the projector nto the standby mode. KEYSTONE button For enterng the Keystone Correcton mode. RETURN button For returnng to the prevous menu screen durng menu operatons. AUTO SYNC button For automatcally adjustng mages when connected to a computer. RGB/COMR button For swtchng to the respectve nput sgnal type. FREEZE button For freezng mages. m _ INPUT 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 buttons _ For swtchng to the respectve nput modes. MENU button For d,sp,ay,ng adjustment and settklg screens. Adjustment buttons (_./_'/_1/1_ ) For selectng menu tems. For adjustng the Keystone Correcton when n the Keystone Cerrecton mode. ENTER button For settng tems selected or adjusted on the menu. RESlZE button For swtchng the screen sze (STRETCH, SIDE BAR, etc.). PICTURE MODE button For selectng the approprate pcture. Backlght button For lghtng all buttons on the remote control. IRIS button For swkchng "HIGH BRIGHTNESS MODE" and "HIGH CONTRAST MODE". IMAGE SHIFT buttons For sh, ng theproeeted mage vertcally. Usng the Kensngton Lock on the projector,, Ths projector has a Kensngton Securty Standard connector for use wth a Kensngton McroSaver Securty System. Refer to the nformaton that came wth the system for nstructons on how to use t to secure the projector. (D -13

15 Part Names and Functons (Contnued) nsertng the Batteres n the drecton! of the arrow. o Insert the batteres makng sure the polartes correctly match the _) and '_) marks nsde the _:_ battery compartment. 3 Attach the cover and elde t untl t clcks nto place. //_ Cauton Danger of exploson f battery s ncorrectly replaced. Replace only wth the same or equvalent type. Insert the batteres makng sure the polartes correctly match the (_ and (_) marks nsde the battery compartment.,, Batteres of dfferent types have dfferent propertes, therefore do not mx batteres of dfferent types.,, Do not mx new and old batteres. Ths may shorten the lfe of new batteres or may cause old batteres to leak.,, Remove the batteres from the remote control once they have run out, as leavng them n can cause them to leak. Battery flud from leaked batteres s harmful to skn, therefore ensure that you frst wpe them and then remove them usng a cloth. The batteres ncluded wth ths projector may run down n a short per0d, dependng 0n how they are kept. Be sure to replace them as soon as possble wth new batteres. Remove the batteres from the remote control f you wll not be usng the remote control for a long tme:,, Comply wth the rules (ordnance) of each local go_ernment when dsposng d worn-out batteres, (D -14

16 Usable Rarge The remote control can be used to control the projector wthn the ranges shown n the llustraton. Remote control sensor (front) Remote /s control sgnal transmtters 23' (7 m) Remote control sensor (rear) Remote control \ 23' (7 m) 30 Remote control sgnal transmtters Remote control _Note The sgnal from the remote control can be reflected off a screen for easy operaton. However, the effectve dstance of the sgnal may dffer dependng on the screen materal. When usng the remote control _, Ensure that you do not drop, expose to mosture or hgh temperature. 6, The remote control may malfuncton under a fluorescent lamp. In ths case, move the projector away from the fluorescent lamp.? (D-15

17 Quck Start Ths secton shows the basc operaton (projector connectng wth the vdeo equpment). For detals, see the page descrbed below for each step. Setup and Prejeeten In ths secton, connecton of the projector and the vdeo equpment s explaned usng one example. STANDBY/ON button,_ 8 STANDBY button 5 INPUT buttons '_'_ 3 ON button... ' 5 INPUT 4 button :k u t:: 7 KEYSTONE button 7 Adjustment buttons 6 Focus rng 6 Zoom rng / 3,! 7ENTEB button 6 HEIGHT ADJUST bver INPUT 4 termnal Connect the audo output of any vdeo devces to an approprate audo devce. (_D -16

18 Select the "INPUT 4" usng the INPUT buttons on the projector or the INPUT 4 button on the remote control. On the On the remote On-screen dsplay projector control " When pressng the INPUT buttons on the projector, nput mode swtches n the followklg order: I NPUT _3_'-I NPUT4 _,.qn PUT5 *-_,IN PUT6,_: P!essng the INPUT buttons on the remote control also allows you to swtch the nput mo_ 1. Adjust the focus by turnng the focus rng. 2. Adjust the projecton mage sze by turnng the zoom rng. Zoom rng 3. Adjust the projector angle usng the HEIGHT ADJUST lever. Focus rng 1. Press G KEYSTONE on the remote control. 2. Press A/T/_/_ on the remote control to set the upper-left poston of the projected mage. 3. ENTER on the remote control to set the poston. 4. Follow steps 2 and 3 to also set the upper-rght, lower-rght, and lower-left postons of the projected mage.,, When you confrm the lower left poston, the screen adjustments wll be set and setup wll Press the STANDBY/ON button on the projector or the STANDBY button on the remote control, and then press the button agan whle the confrmaton message s dsplayed, to put the projector nto standby mode. On the projector STANDBY/ON On the remote control On-screen Dsplay Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet after the coolng fan stops. (D -17

19 Settng up the Projector Settng up the Projector For optmal mage qualty, poston the projector perpendcular to the screen wth the projector's feet flat and level. Dong so wll elmnate the need for Keystone correcton and provde the best mage qualty. Staadard Setup _Frent Prejecten} [] Place the projector at the requred dstance from the screen accordng to the desred pcture sze. (See page 20.) Example of standard setup _ Screen H_ J90 _ Note,' Refer to page 20 for addkonal hformaton concernhg "Pcture (Screen) Sze and Projecton Dstance". CeHngomeUnt Setup [] It s recommended that you use the optonal Sharp celng-mount bracket for ths nstallaton. Before mountng the projector, contact your nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer to obtan the recommended celng-mount bracket (sold separately). AN-XRCM30 celng-mount bracket (for U.S.A.). AN-60KT celng-mount bracket, ts AN_ TK201 and AN-TK202 extenson tubes (for countres other than the U.S.A.). [] Invert the mage by settng "Celng + Front" n "PRJ Mode". See page 49 for use of ths functon. Q -18

20 Projecton {PRJ} Mode The projector can use any of the 4 projecton modes, shown n the dagram below. Select the mode most approprate for the projecton settng n use. (You can set the PRJ Mode n "Optons2" menu. See page 49.) [] Table mounted, front projecton [] Celng mounted, front projecton Menu tem _ "Front" [] Table mounted, rear projecton (wth a translucent screen) Menu tem _ "Celng + Front" [] Celng mounted, rear projecton (wth a translucent screen) l _ Menu tem _ "Rear" Menu tem _ "Celng + Rear" Refer to page 20 for addtonal nformaton concernng "Pcture (Screen) Sze and Projecton Dstance". Example: When usng a wde screen (16:9) Pcture (Screen) Sze 300" 2oo" 100" 80" 60" Projecton Dstance (D -19

21 settb,,g,,pt.ep oj oto Pcture {Screen_ Sze and Prejecten Dstance The projecton screen sze vares accordng to the dstance from the lens of the projector to the screen, Install the projector so that projected mages are projected onto the screen at the optmum sze by referrng to the table below, Use the values n the table as a reference when nstallng the projector. When usng a wde screen (16:9) and projectng 16:9 mage Pcture (Screen) sze Projecton dstance [L] Dstancefro',_thelenscenter Dag. [%] 300" (762 cm) 270" (686 cm) 250" (635 cm) 2OO" (508 cm) 150" (381 cm) 100" (254 cm) 80" (203 cm) 70" (178 cm) 60" (152 cm) 40" (102 cm) Wdth 261" (664 crn) 235" (598 crn) 218" (553 crn) 174" (443 cm) 131" (332 crn) 87" (221 cm) 70" (177 crn) 61" (155 cm) 52" (133 crn) 35" (89 cm) Heght Mnmum Ll] Maxmum [L2] to theb0tt0_0fthe mage[h] 147" (374 cm) 29'9" (9.1 m) 34'5" (10.5 m) 21 V32" (53 crn) 132" (336 cm) 26' 9" (8.2 m) 30'11" (9.4 m) 18 WW' (48 crn) 123" (311 cm) 24' 9" (7.5 m) 28' 8" (8.7 m) 17 W32" (45 cm) 98" (249 cm) 19'10" (6.0 m) 22'11" (7.0 m) 14 1/64'*(36 cm) 74" (187 cm) 14'10" (4.5 m) 17'2" (5.2m) 10 33/64 r* (27 cm) 49" (125 cm) 9'11" (3.Om) 11'6" (3.5m) 7 1/64'*(16 cm) 39" (100 cm) 7'11" (2.4m) 9'2" (2.8m) 639/64 r* (14 cm) 34" (87 cm) 6'11" (2.1 m) 8' 0" (2.4 m) 4 29/32" (12 cm) 29" (75 crn) 5'11" (1.8m) 6'11" (2.1 m) 4 13/64" (11 cm) 20" (50 cm) 4' O" (112 m) 4' 7" (1.4 m) 2 51/64" ( 7 cm) Adjustable range of mage poston S] +4 2e/s2" ( cm} +4 Ws2" (+11.2 cm} +4 5/64" ( cm} /64" ( cm) +229/64 r' (+6.2 cm) +1 41/64" (+4.2 cm) +1 a6d" (+3.3 cm) +1 9/64'* (+2.9 cm) + 63/64" (+2.5 cm) + 21/82" (+1.7 cm) ;(: Pcture (Screen) sze (dag) (n/c"n) L: P/ojecfon dstance (ft/rn) LI: Mnmum projecton dstance (ft/m) L2: Maxmum projecton dstance (ft/m) H: Dstance from the lens center to the bottom of the mage (n/cm} S: Adjustable range of mage poston (n/era} See page 47 The formula for pcture sze a_/d projecton dstance [Feet/nches] [l_-#cm] L1 (ft) ;(/03048 L1 (m) X L2 (ft) ;(/03048 L2 (m) ;( H (n) X / 254 H (cm} ;( S (n) ;(/254 S (cm} ;( When usng a normal screen (4:3) and projectng 4:3 mage (SIDE BAR Mode) Dag. [%] 300" (762 cm) 270" (686 cm) 250" (635 cm) 2OO" (508 cm) 150" (381 cm) 100" (254 cm) 80" (203 cm) 70" (178 cm) 60" (152 cm) 40" (102 cm) Pcture (Screen) sze Projecton dstance [L] Dstancelro',,thelenscenter Adjustable range of Wdth Heght 240" (610 cm) 180" (457 cm) 216" (549 crn) 162" (411 cm) 200" (508 crn) 150" (381 cm) 160" (406 crn) 120" (305 cm) 120" (305 crn) 90" (229 cm) 80" (203 crn) 60" (152 cm) 64" (163 crn) 48" (122 cm) 56" (142 cm) 42" (107 cm) 46" (122 crn) 36" (91 cm) 32" (81 cm) 24" (61 cm) Mnmum Ll] Maxmum [L2] to thebotto_,of therr,age[h] 36'4" (11.1 m 42' 1" (12.8m 25 47/64" (66 cm) 32'9" (lo.om 37' 10"(11.5m 23 11/64 '_ (69 Ore} 30' 4" (9.2 m) 35' 1" (10.7 m 21 29/64 '_ (64 cm} 24' 3" (7.4 m) 28' 1" (8.6 m) 17 s/32" (44 cm) 18'2" (5.5m) 21'0" (6.4m) 127/8 " (33 cm) 12'1" (3.7m) 14'0" (4.3m) 6 37/64 '_ (22 cm) 9'8" (3.0m) 11'3" (3.4m) 6 55/64" (17 cm) 8' 6" (2.6 m) 9' 10" (3.0 m) 6" (15 cm) 7' 3" (2.2 m) 8' 5" (2.6 m) 69/64 '_ (13 cm) 4' 10" (1.5 m) 5'7" (1.7 m) 3 7/W' (9 cm) mage poston S] +6" ( cm) + 5 W32" ( cm) +5" ( cm) +4 ( cm) +3" (+7.6 cm) +2" (+5.1 cm) +1 W32" (+4.1 cm) +1 W32" (+3.6 cm) +1 W64" (+3.0 cm) + 5%4" (+2.0 cm) X: Pcture (Screen) sze (dag) (n/cm) L: P/ojecfon dstance (ft/rn) LI: Mnmum projecton dstance (ft/m) L2: Maxmum projecton dstance (ft/m) H: Dstance from the lens center to the bottom of the mage (n/cm) S: Adjustable range of mage poston (n/cm) See page 47 The formula for pcture sze a_/d projecton dstance [Feet/nches] [mfcrn] L1 (ft) ;(/03048 L1 (m) ;( L2 (ft) ;( / L2 (m) ;( H (n) X / 254 S (n) X / 254 H (cm) X S (cm) X (D -20

22 When usng a normal screen (4:3) and projectng 16:9 mage Dag. Pcture (Screen) sze Projecton dstance [L] [Z] Wdth Heght Mnmum Ll] Maxmum[L2] Dstancefromthe lensoentarto thebottarrof themage[h] Adjustable range of mage poston S] 300" (762 cm) 240" (610 cm) 180" (457 cm) 27' 3" (8.3 m) 31' T' (9.6 m) 19 5/16" (49 cm) +41//' ( cm) 270" (686 cm) 216" (549 cm) 162" (411 cm) 24' T' (7.5 m) 28' 5" (8.7 m) 17 3/d' (44 cm) + 4 s/s4" ( cm) 250" (635 cm) 200" (508 cm) 150" (381 cm) 22' 9" (6.9 m) 26' 4" (8.0 m) 16 3/s2" (41 cm) +33/4 " (+9.5 cm) 200" (508 cm) 160" (406 cm) 120" (305 cm) 18'2" (5.5m) 21'0" (6.4 m) 12 7/d' (38 cm) +3 (+7.6 cm) 150" (381 cm) 120" (305 cm) 90" (229 cm) 13'8" (4.2m) 15'9" (4.8m) 9 21/32" (25 cm) +2 1/4" (+5.7 cm) 100" (254 cm) 80" (203 cm) 60" (152 cm) 9'1" (2.8m) 10'6" (3.2 m) 6 7Sd' (16 cm) +1 1/2" (+3.8 cm) 80" (203 cm) 64" (163 cm) 48" (122 cm) 7' 3" (2.2 m) 8' 5" (2.6 m) 5 9/64" (13 cm) +1 1s/s4" (+3.0 cm) 70" (178 cm) 56" (142 cm) 42" (107 cm) 6'4" (1.9m) 7'4" (2.2m) 41/Z" (11 cm) +1 3/64'* (+2.7 cm) 60" (152 cm) 48" (122 cm) 36" (91 cm) 5'5" (1.7m) 6'4" (1.9m) 3 s5/64" (10 cm) + 29/_2" (+2.3 cm) 40" (102 cm) 32" (81 cm) 24" (61 cm) 3' 8" (1.1 m) 4' 2" (1.3 m) 2 37/64" (7 cm) + 19/32" (+1.5 cm) X: Pcture (Screen) sze (dag) (n/cm) L: Projecton dstance (ft/m) LI: Mnmum projecton dstance (ft/m) L2: Maxmum projecton dstance (ft/m) H: Dstance from the lens center to tle bottom of the mage (n/cm) S: Adjustable range of mage poston (n/cm) See page 47 The formula for pcture sze and projecton dstance [Feet/nches] [mfcm] L1 (ft) , / L1 (m) ;( L2 (ft) X / L2(m) X H (n) X / 254 H (cm) X S (n) Z / 264 S (cm) X _Note _*Refer to page 18 concernng "Projecton dstance Ll" and "Dstance from the lens center to the bottom of the mage [H]'. Allow a margn of error n the values n the dagrams. (D -21

23 Samples of Cables for Connecton - For more detals of connecton and cables, refer to the operaton manual of the connectng equpment. - You may need other cables or connectors not lsted below. Equpment Audo-vsual equpment Input Cable Termnal on the Sgnal projector HDMI vdeo HDMI cable (commercally avalable) INPUT6 _/_--_ Compo- Component cable (commercally avalable) INPUT1,2 nent vdeo,._,_,, Component vdeo 3 RCA to 1S-pn D-sub cable (optonal INPUTS accessory: AN-C3CP2) S-vdeo cable (commercally avalable) INPUT3 S-vdeo O Vdeo cable (commercally avalable) INPUT4 Vdeo 4Z:_-,t_ Camera/ Cables for a camera or a vdeo game INPUT1,2 vdeo game CompO-nent _:_ vdeo Component vdeo _.,._.,_, 3 RCA to 15-pn D-sub INPUTS Cables for a camera cable (optonal... (commercally avalable) Cables for a camera or a vdeo game INPUT3 S-vdeo V" Cables for a camera or a vdeo game INPUT4 Vdeo Computer RGB cable (commercally avalable) INPUTS (_D -22 vdeo _ ;: RGB

24 Connectng to Vdeo Equpment Before connectng, ensure that the power cord of the projector s unplugged from the AC outlet and turn off the devces to be connected. After makng all connectons, turn on the projector frst and then the other devces. When connectng the component vdeo equpment to the component nput termhal on the projector (INPUT1 or INPUT2) To component output (Y, CB/PB, CR/PR)termnal To INPUT1 or INPUT2 termnal u (D -23

25 S Connectng to Vdeo Equpment (Contnued) When connectng to equpment wth S=vdeo output termnal (INPUT3) To S-vkJeo oul _ut termnal To INPUT3 termnal When connectng to equpment wth vdeo output termnal (INPUT4) To vdeo out _ut termnal To INPUT4 termnal (commercally avalable) Q -24

26 When connectng the component vdeo equpment to the computer-rgb/ component nput termnal on the projector (NPUT5) ll _ To component output (V, CB/PB, CR/PR) termnal To INPUT5 termnal ll (D -25

27 S Connectng to Vdeo Equpment (Contnued) When connectng to equpment wth HDMI output temnal (INPUT6) HDMI s a new specalzed nterface capable of delverng a vdeo and audo sgnal to the termnal usng just one cable. Snce ths projector does not support an audo sgnal by tself, use an amplfer or other audo devce. For vdeo connecton, use a cable that conforms to HDMI standards. Usng cables that do not conform to HDMI standards may result n a malfuncton. To HDMI output termnal [HDMI compatble devce j To INPUT6 termnal Note HDMI (Hgh Defnton Multmeda Interface) s a dgtal AV nterface that can delver a hgh-defnton vdeo sgnal, mult-channel audo sgnal, and b-drectonal control sgnal all n just one cable.,, Because t s compatble wth the HDCP (Hgh-bandwdth Dgtal Content Protecton) system, the dgtal vdeo sgnal does not degrade when transmtted, and a hgh-qualty mage wth a smple connecton can be enjoyed.,_when a DVI to HDMI converson cable s connected to the HDMI termnal, a proper pcture may not be dsplayable. (D -26

28 Connectng to a Computer When connectng a computer, ensure that t s the last devce to be turned on after all the connectons are made. Ensure that you have read the operaton manuals of the devces to be connected before makng connectons. To RGB output termnal To INPUT5 termnal ll! RGB cable (commercally avalable) Note See page 58 "Computer Compatblty Chart" for a lst of computer sgnals compatble wth the projector. Use wth computer sgnals other than those lsted may cause some of the functons to not work. A Macntosh adaptor may be requred for use wth some Macntosh computers. Contact your nearest Macntosh Dealer. Dependng on the computer you are usng, an mage may not be projected unless the computer's external output port s swtched on. (e.g. Press"Fn" and "FS" keys smultaneously when usng a SHARP notebook computer). Refer to the specfc nstructons n your computer's operaton manual to enable your computer's external output port.!_l (:D -27

29 Turnng the Projector On/Off Connectng the Power Cord Plug the suppled power cord nto the AC socket on the rear of the projector. Power cord l Info Turnng the Projector on Note that the connectons to external equpment and power outlet should be done before performng the operatons wrtten below. (See pages 23 to 28.) Remove the lens cap and press QSTANDBY/ON on the projector or (TDON on the remote control. * Englsh s the factory default language. If you want to change the on-screen dsplay to another language, change the language accordng to the procedure on page 50. Lamp ndcator Power ndcator Note * About the Lamp ndcator The lamp ndcator llumnates to ndcate the status of the lamp. Green: The lamp s on. Blnkng n green: The lamp s warmng up or shuttng down. Red:The lamp s shut down abnormally or the lamp should be replaced, * When swtchng on the projector, a slght flck= erng of the mage may be experenced wthn the frst mnute after the lamp has been llum= nated. Ths s normal operaton as the lamp's control crcutry s stablsng the lamp output characterstcs. It should not be regarded as faulty operaton. * If the projector s put nto standby mode and mmedately turned on agan, the lamp may take some tme to start projecton. STANDBY/ON button... _'_ ON button \/ -- f : / (D -28

30 Turnng the Power e_ {Puttng the P_j_to_ nto$_andby M_ } TA_ { STANDBY button Press QSTANDBY/ON on the projector on the re= mote control, then press that but= ton agan whle the confrmaton message s dsplayed, to put the projector nto standby mode. 2 Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet after the coolng fan stops. The power b_dcator on the projector blnks n green whle coolng : The powerndcatorchangesto red when the proector fnshes coolng. '%.,,j, On-screen Dsplay (confrmaton message) T... mage Projecton INPUT buttons Swtchng 1Lhe _nput Merle Select the approprate nput mode for the connected equpment. Press the approprate NPUT button on the remote control to select the desred nput mode. INPUT r INPUT2 INPUT3 INPUT4 INPUT 5 When pressng INPUT (,&/V) on the projector, nput mode swtches n the foflowng order: INPUT1 _ INPUT2_ INPUT3 INPUT6 _ INPUT5 _ INPUT4 X? _ -29

31 ...mage Projecton (Contnued) Adjustng the Projected mage Zoomrng You can adjust the focus wth the focus rng on the projector. Rotate the focus rng to adjust the focus whle watchng the projected mage. You can adjust the screen sze usng the zoom rng on the projector. Rotate the zoom rng to enlarge or shrnk the screen sze. Focus rng The heght of the projector can be adjusted usng the adjustment feet at the front and rear of the projector. When the screen s above the projector, the projecton mage can be made hgher by adjustng the projector. "] Lft the projector to adjust ts heght whle lftng the HEIGHT ADJUST lever. = HEIGHT ADJUST lever J 2 Remove your hands from the HEIGHT ADJUST lever of the pro- "%, jector after ts heght has been fnely adjusted. =The angle of projecton s adjustable up.._ to 8 degrees from the surface on whch _,. the projector s placed. (D -30 Make small adjustments.

32 ,he rear a0,u.tmont,oot make the projector level. The projector s adjustable _+1degree from the standard poston. Note When adjustng the heght of the projector, trapezodal dstorton occurs. Follow the pro= cedures n Keystone Correcton to correct the dstorton. (See page 32.) Rear adjustment foot Info Do not apply too much pressure on the pro= jector when the front adjustment foot comes out. When lowerng the projector, be careful not to get your fngers caught n the area between the adjustment foot and the projector. Hold the projector frmly whle lftng or carry= ng. o Do not hold by the lens area. _ ll ll (D -31

33 S ImageProecton (contnued) Cerrectng D_stort_on T_apezoda When the mage s projected ether from the top or from the bottom towards the screen at an angle, the mage becomes dstorted trapezodaly.the functon for correctng trapezodal dstorton s called Keystone Correcton. There are the two types of the Keystone Correcton. 1) The "GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENT" method corrects trapezodal dstor= ten by specfyng 4 marks on the screen. 2) The"H &V KEYSTONE" method features correctons to 2 axes (horzon= tal and vertcal) based on numercal values. Q -32

34 Select the Keystone correcton method. Press _ KEYSTONE on the remote control "GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENT" wll be dsplayed. Each tme _ KEYSTONE s pressed, the dsplay toggles as follows: GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENT H & V KEYSTONE h The dsplay dsappears. _--J Note When correctons are made wth Keystone cor= recton, the changes are saved even f the power cord s unplugged. Snce Keystone correcton dgtally corrects the sgnal, resoluton may slghtly decrease when t s used. Mor_ patterns and lne ds= tortons may also be vsble n detaled mages. However, ths s not a malfuncton. If you cannot correct trapezodal dstorton wth Keystone correcton, change the placement poston of the projector. Straght lnes and the edges of the dsplayed mage may appear jagged, when adjustng the Keystone settng. Also read "About Copyrghts" on page 37. GEOMETRIC For correctng an mage by ADJUSTMENT desgnatng the corner of the projected mage. (See page 34.) H & V For correctng an mage by KEYSTONE desgnatng the horzontal or vertcal axes. (See page 35.) N! -33

35 ...mage Projecton (Contnued) mnfo. When adjustng a 4:3-aspect-rato nput sgnal to a 4:3-aspect-rato screen, correct the trapezodal dstorton by settng "RESIZE" to "STRETCH" (t6:9), V On-screen dsplay, Press _ KEYSTONE on the remote control repeatedly untl "GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENT" s L, dsplayed, 2 Adjust the focus, sze, and projecton angle so that the screen edges lne up nto the blue area.. Lne up the screen edges nto the blue area as closely as possble. 3 PressA. v.., or to move the poston for the upper left of the mage. " Adjust the screen untl the dsplayed red arrows lne up n the upper left. _'A_UST _NE T _RE_ET _END 4> % Geometrc Adjustment Blue area Screen Upper Left Upper Rght 4 Press (_) ENTER to set the poston. _,,,/o The arrow n the upper rght turns red. Repeat the same procedure wth the postons for the upper rght, lower rght and lower left of the mage. * When you press _, RETURN at ths pont, you wll return to the prevous screen.,, If you press _b RETURN before adjustng the upper left corner, the Reset Confrmaton screen dsplays.,, When you confrm the lower left poston, the screen adjustments wll be set and the "GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENT" mode wll end. Lower Left Lower Rght Note * The placement of the screen and the projector may result n the mage aspect rato becomng slghtly dstorted.. Try "H&V KEYSTONE" when "GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENT" does not fully correct trapezodal dstorton. (D -34

36 Project themageandadjust the " focus, mage sze, and projecton L angle. 2 Press_ KEYSTONE ontheremote control repeatedly untl "H & V KEYSTONE" s dsplayed. When the "GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENT" V On-screen dsplay mode has been used to adjust the rnage, a confrmaton screen dsplays before the "H &V KEYSTONE" screen, askr_g f you want to reset the adjustments or not. Then select RESET. press, or,ontheremote control to algn the left and rght sdes of the projected mage. Vertcal Keystone Correcton (Adjustment wth A / V) _ Press _ or I_ on the remote control to algn the upper and lower sdes of the projected mage. Horzontal Keystone Correcton (Adjustment wth _/_-) y,;... 5 Press _ KEYSTONE or _) ENTER on the remote control and the _! "H&V KEYSTONE" mode ends. Note If adjustments are made usng both "H KEY- STONE" and "V KEYSTONE" at the same tme, the mage aspect rato may become slghtly dstorted. When adjustng "H KEYSTONE" and "V KEY- STONE" at the same tme, the values of adjustable angles for each settng become smaller. The adjustable value of the "V KEYSTONE" becomes extremely small when "H KEY- STONE" s made to be the maxmum value. Q_) -35 I I % _

37 S =mageprojecton (contnue Resze Mode Ths functon allows you to modfy or customze the resze mode to enhance the nput mage. Dependng on the nput sgnal, you can choose "STRETCH", "SIDE BAR", "CINEMA ZOOM" or "DOT BY DOT (Computer nput only)" mage. Press RESIZE on the projector on the remote control. On the projector On the remote control RESZERESIZE button, \ RESIZE button "STRETCH" s fxed when 540P, 720P or 1080! sgnals are entered. Input Sgnal Output screen mage DVD / Vdeo Imagetype STRETCH SIDE BAR CINEMA ZOOM eel _U, 4:3 aspect rato 480],480R 576[, 576R NTSC, PAL, SECAM Letter box o0o = _=oqo o o Q 0 n, eel ,m) Squeezed 16:9 aspect rato O eel O ,m, I 540P,720R O O O 16:9 aspect -36 : Cutout area on whch mages cannot be projected.

38 Input Sgnal Computer Resoluton lower than XGA Output screen mage Image STRETCH SIDE BAR CINEMA DOT BY DOT type ZOOM o 4:3aspect ralo I XGA (1024 >_768) ZOo olw_j H,260_780 Ov: o o] o o 16:9 aspect rato : Cutout area on whch mages cannot be projected. (_Note You can select "CINEMA ZOOM" when wth a "VGA/SVGA" sgna] wth a vertca] frequency 60 Hz and less. However, when a "VGA/SVGA" sgna] wth a vertcal frequency of more than 60 Hz s used, "CINEMA ZOOM" s not ava]able. I _ About Copyrghts o When usng the RESlZE functon to select an mage sze wth a dfferent aspect rato to a TV program or vdeo mage, the mage wll look dfferent from ts orgnal appearance. Keep ths n mnd whle choosng an mage sze. The use of the Resze, Keystone Correcton, Subttle, or Overscan functon to compress or stretch the mage for commercal purposes/publc dsplays n a cafe, hotel, etc. may be an nfrngement of copyrght protected by law for copyrght holders. Please use cauton. Whle watchng non-wdescreen mages (4:3), f you use the RESlZE functon to fll the screen or use the Overscan functon to change the aspect rato of a fxed-rato nput sgnal, parts of the outer edge of the mage wll be cut off or dstorted. To watch orgnal mages as the producers ntended, set RESlZE to "SIDE BAR" and Overscan to ts default settng. 191 (j_) -37

39 Operatng wth the Remote Control Sh_ftng the Projected 1too age Vertcally Omage Sh_ft] For easer vewng, ths functon shfts the entre mage projected on the screen up or down when projectng 16:9 mages from DVD players or other connected devces. Press _,,IMAGE SHIFT. o The mage moves up. Press VlMAGE SHIFT. ', The magemoves down. IMAGE IMAGE SHIFT SHIFT buttons PICTURE MODEPICTURE MODE button,<z, _ IRIS IRIS button Note othe Image Shft functon operates when "Resze" s not set to "DOT BY DOT", For detals on Image Shft, see page 47. / FREEZE FREEZE button Swtchng 1Lhe IHs Settng Ths functon controls the quantty of the projected lght and the contrast of the mage. Press ', Each tme the button s pressed whle the dsplay s on, the mode s swtched n the follow= ng order: HIGH BRIGHTNESS MODE t$ Note HIGH CONTRAST MODE,_For detals on Irs, see page 45. F_'eezng a Movng l_ag 1 PressREEZE. _% ;;, The projected mage s frozen. qd Press _FREEZE aga n to return to the movng mage from the currently connected devce. SeJectng 1Lhe Pctu_'e Mode You can select the approprate pcture mode to best match the projected mage you are watchng. Press _PICTURE MODE, ', When pressng (_}PICTURE MODE, the pcture mode changes n the followng order: Standard =._ Natural =._Dynamc t Memory _== Move2 -_= Move1 Note,_See page 43 for detals on the pcture mode.

40 [0/1/2] Menu tems The followng shows the tems that can be set n the projector. The selectable tems vary dependng on the selected nput, nput sgnals, or adjustment values. Items that cannot be selected wll be greyed out. Man menu Sub menu PAGE 1 Pcture '_Page 43 P]ctule M_de 1-_ Standard 1Natu_a_ Move2 Memory '_ Page 43 Dynamc Move 1 _ Pcture Mode _ S]andard Contrast [ 0 ] [] - _ + [] Cc4_t_ast -30 _ +30] Brght [ 0][]- l + I_'_ Color [ 0 ] [] - _ [] Bdght -30 _ +30] Tnt [ 0][]- l +[] Sharp [ o][]- +[] Red [ 0 ] [] - + [] Blue [ 0][]- _ +[] Crer -30 _ +30]'2 Tnt -30 _ +30]'2 Sharp -30 _ +30]'2 Red -30 _ +30] Blue -30 _ +30] _;_ SEL./ADJ. '_Page 43 I% RETURN _(_END ENTER PAGE 2 Pcture Mode _" Standard CLR Temp _ 5500K 16500K 75OOK 8500K 9300K 10500K "_ Page 44!_l BdllantColor TM ( 1 ]1_- lj_'l C. M. S. 3D Progressve Level 1 Hgh Bdghtness Lamp Settng _ Brght _,O _;, Reset SEL./ADJ. RETURN.l_ (_END Sngle ADO Imm BIlantColol TM,,f,Page 43 ] CMS ]"1 '_'Page 44 P_ogressEve _ 2D Progressve '_ Page 44 3D Progfesslve F,,,,M_ Cew_ 1 '_Page DNR 45 ]_ OFF L_2 Level 3 IRIS _ Hgh Brghtness "_ Page 45 _ R_hCo,_,_ Lamp Set_ng _ Brght "_ Page 45 _ Eoo O_e ' 'Page 44 I II _ I(:_ SEL./ADJ. RETURN "1 When a vdeo sgnal, S-vdeo sgnal, or component 480I/ 576I sgnal s nput and the Progressve mode s set to "3D Progressve" or "Flm Mode", the C.M.S. functon cannot be used. *_ Item that cannot be set when nputtng an RGB sgnal through INPUT 5 or INPUT 6. "_ Page 44 p[m ]... II (:_ -39

41 Menu tems (Contnued) Man menu Sub menu _o _ Clock [ 0 ] [] -_ [] Phase [ 0][] - [] H-Pos [ 0]_- _ +I_ v-pos l 0]_;;_- +_ Jl,._ Reset Specal Modes _ 1080[ Auto Sync _ On I Fne Sync _' Page 46 Clock -150 _ _Page 46 Phase '_Page 46 -so _ +sol H-POS -150 _ +150] "_Page 46 V-Pos -60 _ +60] _Page 46 Reset ] I Cur. sg. freq : H 33.8 khz / V 60 Hz I *_ SEE/ADJ. I_) RETURN _ BEND ENTER e The "Fne Sync" menu s not avalable for Specal Modes _Page 46 Auto Sync [On/Off] =_'Page 46 INPUT3 or INPUT 4. Man menu _Page 46 Sub menu _Page 47 Image Shft.24 _ +24],_ Page 47 Overscan H -so _ +3soq Ove_scan V -so _ + 3oJ _Page 47 Image Shft [ 0 ] D- + [] Overscan H [ 0 ] El- + [] _ Overscan v I 0 ] []- [] Subttle [ 0]IZ_- _ 1"6"l OSD On Vdeo Auto Sgnal Type _ Auto Subttle -so _ +30_ _ Page 47 OSD Dsplay [On/Off] _ Page 48 Vdeo System _ Page 48 PAL SECAM Auto NTSC443 PAL-M PAL-N NTSCS58 PAL-60 HDMI Standard Blue Auto Power Off _ On Sgnal Type _Page 48 RGB Auto Component Lamp Tmer(Lfe) [ 0 ] h (100%) 1,_, SEL./ADJ. I_ RETURN _)END ENTER _ Item that can be set when usng INPUT 3 or INPUT 4. _ Item that can be set when usng IINPUT 5 or INPUT 6.,4DM[ Settng _ Page 48 Background,_.Page 48 eutopoweroff[ On/Off] I,,_Page 49 _B_ue None Man menu _amp Tmer(Lfe),_ Page 49 I Sub menu '_ Page 49 PRJ Mode _Page 49 PRJ Mode _[_ Front RS-232C _ 9600 bps STANDBY ECO Fan Normal "_ All Reset Englsh RS-232C '_ Page 50 STANDBY Mode _FStandard '_ Page 50 Eoo Fan Mode '_ Page 50 AHReset '_ Page 50 --_ L_ngu_ge _FEnglsh Svensk_ _Page 50 I DeutschEspaflol _p rtugues (_) -40 _,_ SEL./ADJ. 19 RETURN _ BEND ENTER Fran_a_ Nederlands ]tafano >_1} _;,o

42 Usng the Menu Screen ENTER button Adjustment buttons (A/_'/_/D,-) MENU button _:!!!_ ] / Adjustment buttons... (A/v/_/,.) MENU MENU button _-z/_, ' ENTER ENTER button _ RETURN RETURN buttol o Press _RETURN to re= - turn to the prevous screen when the menu s dsplayed. Example: Adjustng "Brght". o Ths operaton can also be performed by usng the buttons on the projector. 1 MENU. _'The "Pcture" menu screen for the se= lected nput mode s dsplayed. %,_/J 2 Press I_ or 4 to select the menu con to adjust. =The selected con s hghlghted. Menu con Menu screen Pcture Fne Sync Optons1 Optons2 Example: "Pcture" screen menu for INPUT 1 mode Selected nput mode Pcture Mode Contrast Brght Color Tnt Sharp Red Blue Menc_ cons Standard ol [] - + [] o1[]- j +ra old- J +D o1[] - + [] ol[]- J +1'_ ol[]- +[] oll-i- +m _,The "Fne Sync" menu s not avalable for INPUT 3 or INPUT 4. "_, "SEE/ADJ. ENTER I'_ RETURN _END I (E) -41

43 Usng the Menu Screen (Contnued) 3 Press A or _" to select the tem to _l adjust.,, The selected tem s hghlghted. ll d _ Pcture Standard Contrast 0 ][]- _ + [] co_or 0]D- +[] Tnt 0 ][] - + [] Sharp [ 0]r_- J_ +r_ Red 0 ][]- + [] Blue [ 0][]- _ +[]!_ -4,_-SEE/ADJ. _ Sngle ADJ RETURN (_END Items to be adjusted Te adjust the prejected umage whle watchng t Press o The selected tem (e.g. "Brght")s ds= played by tself at the bottom of the screen. o When pressng,l or T, the followng tem ("Color" after "Brght") wll be dsplayed. %.o,o I The tem dsplayed ENTER by tself I _)END r o agan to return to the prevous screen. 4 Press,q or I_ to adjust the tem selected. The adjustment s stored. Pcture Standard Contrast [ 0 ] [] - + [] Color [ 0I[]- +D Tnt [ 0][]- +[] Sharp 0][]- +rm Red [ 0][]- +[] Blue 0 }r"]- +[]!_ l! _ pro.. oe o The menu screen wll dsappear. _ SEE/ADJ. I_) RETURN _-J _)END Sngle ADJ I Note (D -42 * The _ MENU button does not functon whle the projector s operatng the "Auto Sync" or "FREEZE" functons.

44 Pcture Adjustment ("Pcture" menu) l_ PAGE 1 PAGE 2 Menu operaton.-.page 41 _2}= = =Pcture Mode "Contrast Brght Color Tnt Sharp Red Blue Standard o] ]D- +D _11 o]fi- l +[] $: -- Pcture Standard =BdlanlColor Jl_- J TM ] C. M. S. -Progressve _ 3D Progressve Level 1 Hgh Brghtness -Lamp Brght _,,_ Reset ll Selectable tems Standard Natural Dynamc Move1 For standard Descrpton mage A babnced color mage s obtaned. A vvd k'nage s obtaned. Makes the black levels of the dark portons of the screen more pronounced and vvd. The default settngs of each tem when selectng Pcture Mode CLRTemp BrllantColor TM IRIS Lamp Settng 7500K 0 Hgh Brghtness Brght 7500K 0 Hgh Brghtness Brght 7500K 2 Hgh Brghtness Brght 6500K 0 Hgh Brghtness Eco + Quet Move2 Reduces glare and creates a 6500K 0 Hgh Contrast Eco + Quet subdued tone. Memory Allows you to store your pcture 7500K 0 Hgh Brghtness Brght adjustment settngs. The seltngs stored effect each nput mode. _, You can set or adjust each tem n the "Pcture" menu to your preference Any changes you make are retaned n memory Note,_You can also MODE on the remote control to select the pcture mode. (See page 38) _ll Adjustment tems _ button _ button Contrast For less contrast. For more contrast. Brght For less brghtness. For more brghtness. Color *_ For less color ntensty. For more color ntensty. Tnt *_ For makng skn tones purplsh. For makng skn tones greensh. Sharp *_ For less sharpness. For more sharpness. Red For weaker red. For stronger red. Blue For weaker blue. For stronger blue. BrllantColor TM*2 For makng the effect weaker. For makng the effect stronger. Item that cannot be adjusted n RGB mode. BrllantColor TM uses Texas Instruments' BrllantColor TM technology. As the BrllantColor TM level s ncreased, the mage becomes brghter whle the color reproducton s kept at a hgh level. Note,_To reset all adjustment tems, select "Reset" and press C)ENTER. The Pcture Mode settngs of the selected nput return to the default settngs. q_ -43

45 Pcture Adjustment ("Pcture" menu) (Contnued) Selectable tems Descrpton 5500K For lower color temperature for 6500K warmer, reddsh ncandescent-lke 8500K 7500K 9300K _mages K For hgher color temperature for cooler, blush, fluorescent-lke mages. Menu operaton.-_ Page 41 When "Saturaton" s selected, the selected color becomes 4: lghter. I_: thcker. When "Value" s selected, the selected color becomes _1: darker. _-: brghter. To reset the adjustment values of each color to the default settngs, select "Reset" and press C_ ENTER. Note Values on "CLR Temp" are only for general standard purposes. Selectable tems Descrpton Select "C.M.S." (Color Management System) n the "Pcture" menu and then press C_ ENTER. Ths functon adjusts each of the sx man colors that comprse the color wheel, alterng ther "Hue", "Saturaton", or "Value". Selectable tems Descrpton C.M.S.-Hue C.M.S.-Saturaton C.M.S.-Value Sets the hue of the man colors. Sets the saturaton of the man colors Setsthe brghtness ofthe man colors. Reset The adjustments of "Hue", "Saturaton" and "Value" of all colors are reset to the default settng. Adjustng "Hue", "Saturaton", or "Value". 1 Press A or '_' to select ether "Hue", "Saturaton", or "Value" and then press G ENTER. 2Select the color to be adjusted wth A or '_' and adjust t wth _1 or _-. Example of adjustng the "Hue" Man colors _ button I_ button R (Red) Closer to magenta Closer to yellow Y (Yellow) Closer to red Closer to green G (Green) Closer to yellow Closer to cyan C (Cyan) Closer to green Closer to blue B (Blue) Closer to cyan Closer to magenta M (Magenta) Closer to blue Closer to red 2D Useful to dsplay fast-movng rr_ages Progressve such as sports. 3D Useful to dsplay relatvely slow- Progressve movng mages such as drama and documentary more clearly. Flm Mode Reproduces the mage of flm source* clearly Dsplays the optmzed mage of flm transformed wth three-two pull down (NTSC and PAL6OHz) or two-two pull down (PAL5OHz and SECAM) enhancement to progressve mode mages The flm source s a dgtal vdeo recordng wth the orgnal encoded as s at 24 frames/second. The projector can convert ths flm source to progressve vdeo at 60 frames/second wth NTSC and PAL6OHz or at 50 frames/second wth PAL5OHz and SECAM to play back a hgh-defnton mage. Note,_ In NTSC or PAL6OHz, even f the 3D Progres= sve mode has been set, the three=two pull down enhancement wll be enabled automat= cally when the flm source has been entered.,_when the mage s blurred or nosy, swtch to the optmal mode.,_when usng progressve nputs, nputs are d= rectly dsplayed so that 2D Progressve, 3D Progressve and Flm Mode cannot be selected. _lnfo (:_D-44

46 Menu operaton - Page 41 Vdeo dgtal nose reducton (DNR) provdes hgh qualty mages wth mnmal dot crawl and cross color nose. Selectable tems Descrpton OFF DNR does not functon. Ths functon controls the quantty of the projected lght and the contrast of the mage. Selectable tems Descrpton Hgh Brghtness Hgh brghtness s gven prorty over hgh contrast. Level 1-3 Sets the DNR level for vewng a clearer pcture. Hgh Contrast Hgh contrast s gven prorty over hgh brghtness. _Note Set "DNR" to "OFF" n the followng cases: When the mage s blurry. When the contours and colors of movng mages drag. When TV broadcasts wth weak sgnals are projected. _Note You can also use C_ IRIS on the remote control to change the Irs, (See page 38.) Power Selectable Brght- Fan consumpton tems ness sound (When usng Lamp Lfe AC IOOV) Brght 100% Normal 355W Approx. 2,000 hours Eco + Approx. Low 310W Approx. Quet 87% 3,000 hours _Note,_When "Lamp Settng" s set to "Eco+Quet', the power consumpton wll decrease and the lamp lfe wll extend. (Projecton brghtness decreases approxmately 13%.) (D -45

47 o",potor Image Ad.stme t ("Fne Sync" menu) Menu operaton 4 Page 41 "Clock [ 8]m- _ +m Phase [ O] m- +m H-Pos [ O]_- +_ V-Pos [ O] _1_- _ +,_ Reset =Specal Modes _ 1080I -Auto Sync _ On Ordnarly, the type of nput sgnal s detected and the correct resoluton mode s automatcally selected. However, for some sgnals, the optmal resoluton mode n "Specal Modes" n the "Fne Sync" menu may need to be selected to match the computer dsplay mode. Cur. sg. freq : H 33.8 khz / V 60 Hz ] Use the Fne Sync functon n case of rregulartes such as vertcal strpes or flckerng n portons of the screen. Note Avod dsplayng computer patterns whch repeat every other lne (horzontal strpes). (Flckerng may occur, makng the mage hard to see.) Informaton on the currently selected nput sgnal can be confrmed n tem _. Selectable tems Descrpton Clock Adjusts vertcal nose. Phase Adjusts horzontal nose (smlar to trackng on your VCR). H-Pos Centers the on-screen mage by movng t to the left or rght. V-Pos Centers the on-screen mage by movng t up or down. Note You can automatcally adjust the computer mage by settng "Auto Sync" n the "Fne Sync" menu to "On" or pressng (,_ AUTO SYNC on the remote control. "Clock", "Phase", "H-Pos" and "V-Pos" cannot be adjusted when INPUT 6 s selected. othe adjustable area of each tem may be changed accordng to the nput sgnal, To reset all adjustment tems, select "Reset" and press (_) ENTER. Selectable tems Descrpton On Auto Sync adjustment wll occur when the proector s turned on or when the nput sgnals are swtched, when connected to a computer. Off Auto Sync adjustment s nor automatcally performed. Note Auto Sync adjustment s also performed by pressng DAUTO SYNC on the remote control.,, The Auto Sync adjustment may take some tme to complete, dependng on the mage of the computer connected to the projector.,_when the optmum mage cannot be acheved wth Auto Sync adjustment, use manual adjustments. Ths functon allows you to check the current nput sgnal nformaton. Q -46

48 < Usng the "Optons" Menu Menu operaton 4 Page 41 _ O)tlmage Shm o]d-+ [] Z tover_an H O]E]-_ [] 2)_ OverscanV [ 0]r_l-_ [] 3:'-sub,,,o =-[] _4=/ OSDDsplay on f5[' -_Vdeo System c_ Auto #6_,T. Sgnal Type _ Auto (7 THDMI Settng _ Standard (8_:--Background " Blue {9),l_Auto Power On _fs:t-----_m_,_q" E 01h.00O, oq Ths functon allows you to adjust the Overscan area rato (dsplay area rato). Orentaton _ button _- button Overscan H Reduces the Enlarges the (Horzontal) mage, mage. (The dsplay (The dsplay area Overscan V area rato rato becomes (Vertcal) becomes larger.) smaller.) You can move the projected mage vertcally. Note,, Ths functon can only be adjusted when a vdeo, S-vdeo, or Component sgnal s nput.. If the dsplay area rato ]s set too large, nose may appear at the screen edges. If ths happens, set the dsplay area rato to a smaller value.. When "Resze" s set to "CINEMA ZOOM", dependng on the nput sgnal, "Overscan V" may not be adjustable.. Also read "About Copyrghts" on page 37. button // button $ Note t t : * The Image Shft functon cannot be selected when "Resze" s set to "DOT BY DOT",. You can also use the IMAGE SHIFT buttons on the remote control to adjust the mage poston. Wth ths functon, you can adjust the vertcal sze of the dsplay to allow for subttles. button The mage s compressed by adjustng the vertcal sze of the dsplay. _-button The mage s enlarged by adjustng the vertcal sze of the dsplay. Note * When changng the screen wth the Subttle settng, not only the bottom of the screen rses, but also the upper part s changed to a certan pont. * The Subttle settng can be adjusted more effectvely wth the Overscan and Image Shft functons.,, The Subttle settng only works when "Resze" s set to "CINEMA ZOOM". * The adjustment area changes accordng to the nput sgnal. (D -47

49 S Usng the "Optons" Menu (Contnued) Menu operaton 4 Page 41 Selectable tems Descrpton On All On-screen Dsplays are dsplayed. Off INPUT/FREEZE/AUTO SYNC/RESIZE/ PICTURE MODE/IRIS are not dsplayed. Ths functon allows you to select the nput sgnal type (RGB or Component) for INPUT 5 or INPUT 6. Selectable tems Descrpton Auto Automatcally selects the approprate nput sgnal between RGB and Component. RGB Set when RGB sgnals are receved. Ths functon can only be set n INPUT 3 or INPUT 4. The vdeo nput system mode s factory preset to "Auto';however, a clear pcture from the connected audo-vsual equpment may not be receved, dependng on the vdeo sgnal dfference. In that case, swtch the vdeo sgnal. Selectable tems Descrpton Component Set when component sgnals are receved. Note You can also select "Sgnal Type" usng (:_ RGB/COMP. on the remote control (INPUT 5 or INPUT 6 PAL When connected to PAL vdeo equpment. SECAM When connected to SECAM vdeo equpment. NTSC4.43 When reproducng NTSC sgnals n PAL vdeo equpment. When there s an HDMI-capable devce connected to INPUT 6, an optmum pcture may not be dsplayed f the devce's output sgnal type and the projector's nput sgnal type do not match. If ths should occur, swtch the HDMI Settng. NTSC3.58 When connected to NTSC vdeo equpment. Selectable tems Standard Enhanced Descrpton When the black levels of the mage show bandng or appear faded, select the opton that results n the best pcture qualty. (In most crcumstances, "Standard" should be selected.) Note The HDMI Settng can be selected only when INPUT 6 s selected. Selectable tems Descrpton Blue Blue screen None (Black screen) Q -48

50 Menu operaton 4 Page 41 Selectable tems Descrpton On When no nput sgnal s detected for more than 15 mnutes, the projector wll automatcally enter standby mode. Off The Auto Power Off functon wll be dsabled. -PRJ Front "RS-232C _> 9600bps "STANDBYMode _ Eco "Fan Mode _ Normal - _,,I,AllReset - Language _ Englsh Note When the Auto Power Off functon s set to "On", 5 mnutes before the projector enters standby mode, the message "Enter STANDBY mode n X mn." wll appear on the screen to ndcate the remanng mnutes. You can confrm the cumulatve lamp usage tme and the remanng lamp lfe (percentage). Lamp usage Operated condton exclusvely "Lfe" wth Lamp Settng set to "Eco + Quet" Operated exclusvely wth Lamp Settng set to "Brght" Remanng lamp lfe 100% 5% Approx. Approx. 3, hours hours Approx. Approx. 2, hours hours Selectable tems Descrpton Front Normal k_lage (Projected from the front of the screen) Celng + Front Inverted mage (Projected from the front of the screen wth an nverted projector) Rear Reversed mage (Projected from the rear of the screen wth a mrror) Celng + Rear Reversed and nverted mage (Projected wth a mrror) See page 19 for detals of Projecton (PRJ) Mode. or!! Note It s recommended that the lamp be changed when the remanng lamp lfe becomes 5%. The lamp lfe may vary dependng on the usage condton. (D -49

51 Usng the "Optons" Menu (Contnued) Menu operaton - Page 41 Ths functon changes the fan rotaton speed. Servceman only When usng the RS-232C termnal, set the baud rate of the projector to the same baud rate as the computer. Selectable tems 9600bps Descrpton Transmssonspeed s slow. Selectable tems Descrpton Normal Sutable for normal envronments. Hgh Select ths when usng the projector at alttudes of approxmately 4,900 feet (1,500 meters) or more. When "Fan Mode" s set to "Hgh", the fan rotaton speeds up, and the fan nose becomes louder bps Transmssonspeed s rapd. Use "All Reset" to ntalze all the adjustments you have made to the default settngs. When "STANDBY Mode" has been set to "Standard", the RS-232C functon s actvated and power s consumed even n standby mode. It s recommended that "STANDBY Mode" be set to "Eco" when t s not beng used. Ths reduces power consumpton when the projector s n standby mode. Note The followng tems cannot be ntalzed. "Fne Sync" menu - Specal Modes "Optons1" menu Lamp Tmer (Lfe) Language Selectable tems Descrpton Standard The RS-232C functon s actvated even f the projector s n standby mode. Eco The RS-232C functon s Note swtched off when the projector s n standby mode. When you want to control the projector usng the RS-232C functon, set to "Standard". The projector can swtch the on-screen dsplay language among 11 languages. Englsh Deutsch Espa_ol Svenska Portugu s _ Nederlands _04 Frangas ta ano I 14_:_ (D -50

52 (Mantenance Cleanng the projector [] Ensure that you have unplugged the power cord before cleanng the projector. [] The cabnet as well as the operaton panel s made of plastc. Avod usng benzene or thnner, as these can damage the fnsh on the cabnet. [] Do not use volatle agents such as nsectcdes on the projector. Do not attach rubber or plastc tems to the projector for long perods. The effects of some of the agents n the plastc may cause damage to the qualty or fnsh of the projector. [] Wpe off drt gently wth a soft flannel cloth. [] When the drt s hard to remove, soak a cloth n a mld detergent dluted wth water, wrng the cloth well and then wpe the projector. Strong cleanng detergents may dscolor, warp or damage the coatng on the projector. Make sure to test on a small, nconspcuous area on the projector before use. Cleanng the lens [] Use a commercally avalable blower or lens cleanng paper (for glasses and camera lenses) for cleanng the lens. Do not use any lqud type cleanng agents, as they may wear off the coatng flm on the surface of the lens. [] As the surface of the lens can easly get damaged, be sure not to scrape or ht the lens. Cleanng the exhaust and ntake vents [] Use a vacuum cleaner to clean dust from the exhaust vent and the ntake vent. ll ll I _ II 4, Info,, If you want to clean the ar vents durng pro= jector operaton, be sure to press Q STANDBY/ON on the projector or (o_)standby on the remote control and put the projector nto standby mode. After the coolng fan has stopped, clean the vents. (D -51

53 Mantenance ndcators [] The warnng lghts (power ndcator, lamp ndcator and temperature warnng ndcator) on the projector ndcate problems nsde the projector. [] If a problem occurs, ether the temperature warnng ndcator or the lamp ndcator wll llumnate red, and the projector wll enter standby mode. After the projector has entered standby mode, follow the procedures gven below. s_*,_,,/o_e,_;_,0 I I Temperature warnng Lamp ndcator Power ndcator About the temperature warnng ndcator If the temperature nsde the projector ncreases, due to blockage of the ar vents, or the settng locaton, "_" wll llumnate n the lower left corner of the pcture. If the temperature keeps on rsng, the lamp wll turn off and the temperature w_ndcator wll blnk, the coolng fan wll run, and then the projector wll enter standby mode. After "_" appears, be sure to perform the measures descrbed on page 53. About the lamp ndcator [] When the remanng lamp lfe becomes 5% or less, _ (yellow) and "Change The Lamp" wll be dsplayed on the screen. When the percentage becomes 0%, t wll change to _ (red), the lamp wll automatcally turn off and then the projector wll automatcally enter standby mode. At ths tme, the lamp ndcator wll llumnate n red. [] f you try to turn on the projector a fourth tme wthout replacng the lamp, the projector wll not turn on.,r Indcators Power ndcator Lamp ndcator Temperature ndcator on the Projector warnng Red on Green on Red blnks Green blnks Green Green Red on Off Red on on blnks Normal Normal (Standby) (Power on) Abnormal (See page 53.) Normal Normal (Coolng) The lamp s warmng up or shuttng down. The lamp s shut down abnormally or requres to be changed. (See page 53.) Normal The nternal temperature hgh. (See page 53.) s abnormally Q -52

54 Temperature warnng ndcator Lamp ndcator Mantenance Normal ndcator Abnormal Problem Cause Possble Soluton Off Red on The nternal Blocked ar ntake Green on (Green blnks when the lamp s warmng up or turnng off.) (Standby) Red on Red on (Standby) temperature abnormally hgh. s The lamp does not llumnate. Tme to change the lamp. The lamp does not llumnate. Relocate the projector to an area wth proper ventlaton. (see page 8) Coolng fan Take the projector to your breakdown nearest Sharp Authorzed Internal crcut Servce Center or Dealer falure Clogged ar ntake The lamp s shut down abnormally. Power Green on/ Red The power - The lamp unt cover - ndcator Red on blnks ndcator blnks s open. Green n red when the blnks projector s on. (Coolng) for repar. Remanng lamp lfe Carefully replace the lamp. becomes 5% or (See page 55.) less. Take the projector to your Burnt-out lamp nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer Lamp crcut falure for repar. Please exercse care when e Dsconnect the power cord from the AC outlet, and then connect replacng Securely t agan. the lamp. nstall the cover. If the power ndcator blnks n red even when the lamp unt cover s securely nstalled, contact your nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer for advce. Irffo - If the temperature warnng ndcator llumnates, and the projector enters standby mode, follow the possble solutons above and then wat untl the projector has cooled down completely before pluggng n the power cord and turnng the power back on. (At least 10 mnutes.) - If the power s turned off for a bref moment due to power outage or some other cause whle usng the projector, and the power supply recovers mmedately after that, the lamp ndcator wll llumnate n red and the lamp may not be lt. In ths case, unplug the power cord from the AC outlet, replace the power cord n the AC outlet and then turn the power on agan. - The coolng fan keeps the nternal temperature of the projector constant and ths functon s controlled automatcally. The sound of the coolng fan may change durng operaton because the fan speed may change and ths s not a malfuncton. - Do not unplug the power cord after the projector has entered standby mode and whle the coolng fan s runnng. The coolng fan runs for about 90 seconds. _ (]_) -53

55 Regardng the Lamp La_p [] It s recommended that the )amp (so)d separately) be rep)aced when the rernak_)ng (amp))re becomes 5% or )ess, or when you notce a sgn)fcant deterorat)on )n the pcture and color qua)ty. The lamp lfe (percentage) can be checked wth the on-screen dsplay. (see page 49) [] Purchase a replacement lamp of type AN-100LP from your place of purchase, nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer. MPORTANT NOTE TO U.S. CUSTOMERS: The lamp ncluded wth ths projector s backed by a 90-day parts and labor lmted warranty. All servce of ths projector under warranty, ncludng lamp replacement, must be obtaned through a Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer. For the name of the nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer, please call tollfree: GO-SHARP ( ). Hg LAMP CONTAINS MERCURY For State Lamp Dsposal Informaton or BE-SHARP [U.S.A.ONLY] Caut(en Ceneern(ng the Lamp [] Ths projector utlzes a pressurzed mercury )amp. A loud sound may ndcate )amp falure. Lamp fauure can be attrbuted to numerous sources such as: excessve shock, mproper coolng, surface scratches or deterorat)on of the )amp due to a )apse of usage tme. The perod of tme up to falure large)y vares dependng on the nd)vdual lamp and/or the condton and the frequency of use. It )s mportant to note that fa))ure can often resu)t n the bu)b crackng. [] When the )amp replacement nd)cator and on-screen dsp)ay con are )lumnated, t )s recommended that the lamp be replaced wth a new one mmedately, even f the lamp appears to be operatng normally. [] Shou)d the )amp break, there )s also a poss)b))ty that g)ass partc)es may spread nsde of the projector. In such a case, t s recommended you contact your nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dea)er to assure safe operaton. [] Shou)d the )amp break, the g)ass partc)es may spread )nsde the )amp cage or gas contaned )n the )amp may be vented nto the room from the exhaust vent. Because the gas n ths )amp )ncludes mercury, vent))ate the room wel) )f the lamp breaks and avod a)) exposure to the re)eased gas. In case of exposure to the gas, consu)t a doctor as soon as possble. Rep)ac(ng the Lamp ', Do not remove the lamp unt from the projector rght after use. The lamp wll be very hot and may cause burn or njury. [] Carefully change the lamp by followng the nstructons descrbed n ths secton. * f you wsh, you may have the lamp replaced at your nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dealer, * If the new lamp does not )ght after rep)acement, take your projector to the nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center or Dea)er for repar. (D -54

56 Removng and nstallng Lamp Unt the Warnng! The lamp unt becomes very hot whle the projector s operatng. Do not remove the lamp unt from the projector rght after use.the lamp and parts around the lamp wll be very hot and may cause burns or njury. Lamp unt AN-100LP mnfo Make sure that you remove the [amp unt by the handle. Do not touch the glass surface of the lamp unt or the nsde of the projector. To avod njury to yourself and damage to the [amp. be sure to carefully follow the steps below. Do not loosen other screws except for the lamp unt cover and lamp unt. STANDBY/ON button ll _ ll Press QSTANDBY/ON on the proector on the remote control to put the projector nto standby mode. _,Wat untl the coolng fan stops. AC socket 2 Osconnoct thepower cord. _'Unplug the power cord from the AC,_Leave socket the ]amp untl t has fully cooled down (about 1 hour). Remove the lamp unt cover. _'Turn the projector over. Loosen the user servce screw () that secures the lamp unt cover. Remove the [amp unt cover _Sre[srrev _retscorve_vr),,,,j / (D -55

57 Regardng the Lamp (Contnued) Remove the lamp unt, o Loosen the securng screws from the lamp unt. Held the lamp unt by the handle and pull t n the drecton of the arrow. At ths tme, keep the lamp unt horzontal and do not tlt t. Handle nsert the new lamp unt. o Press the lamp unt frmly nto the lamp unt compartment. Fasten the securng screws. Securng screws 6 Replace the lamp unt cover. o Algn the tab on the lamp unt cover () and place t whle pressng the tab (_) to close t. Then tghten the user servce to secure the lamp unt cover. screw Info,, If the lamp unt and lamp unt cover are not correctly nstalled, the power wll not turn on, even f the power cord s connected to the the Lamp Tmer Reset the lamp tmer after replacng the lamp. Connect the power cord. o Plug the power cord nto the AC socket of the projector. t STANDBY/ON button ENTER button Reset the lamp tmer. ',Whle smultaneously holdng down _MENU, GENTER and Iv on the projector, press GSTANDBY/ON on the projector.,, "LAMP O000H" s dsplayed, ndcatng that the lamp tmer s reset. MENU button _' button

58 Connectng Pn Assgnments COMPUTER-RGB/COMPONENT INPUT5 TermnaJ: 15-pn Mn D-sub female connector COMPUTER-RGB Input Component Input 1. Vdeo nput (red) 1. PR(OR) 2. Vdeo nput (green/sync on green) 2. Y 3. Vdeo nput (blue) 3. PB (CB) 11 _ Not connected 4. Not connected 5. Not connected 5. Not connected 6. Earth (red) 6. Earth (PR) 7. Earth (green/sync on green) 7. Earth (Y) 8. Earth (blue) 8. Earth (PB) 9. Not connected 9. Not connected 10. GND 10. Not connected 11. Not connected 11. Not connected 6 _ B-drectonal data 12. Not connected 13. Horzontal sync sgnal: TTL level 13. Not connected 14. Vertcal sync sgnal: TTL level 14. Not connected 15. Data clock 15. Not connected HDIVllTermnal Pn No. Name Pn No. Name Pn No. Name TMDS Data2+ 8. TMDS Data0 Sheld 14. Reserved 2. TMDS Data2Sheld 9. TMDS Data0-15. SCL TMDS Data2-10. TMDS Clock+ 4. TMDS Data TMDS Clock Sheld 5. TMDS Data1 Sheld 12. TMDS Clock- 6. TMDS Data1-13. CEC 7. TMDS Data SDA 17. DDC/CEC Ground V Power 19. Hot Plug Detect x_l (:D -57

59 Computer Compatblty Chart - Multple sgnal support - Compatble wth sync on green sgnal Horzontal Frequency: khz, - Expanson System reszng technology Vertcal Frequency: Hz, Pxel Clock: MHz Sync sgnal: Compatble wth TTL level The followng s a lst of modes that conform to VESA. However, ths projector supports other sgnals that are not VESA standards. 27.o x ox4oo x VGA x (0) SVGA 800 x XGA 1,024 x ,280 x ,280 x VGA 640 x x SVGA 832 x MAQ 19 _ XGA 1,024 x Upscale True Upscale True _Note., When ths projector receves VESA format VGA sgnals, " " appears on the screen. lml Sgnal P 540P P 720P Horzontal Frequency (khz) Vertcal Frequency (Hz) HDMI Support ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Q -58

60 Troubleshootng Problem Check Page Q Pcure does not appear or projector does not start. No pcture appears (or pcture s dark). Projector power cord s not plugged nto the wall outlet. 28 Power to the external connected devces s off. The selected nput mode s wrong. 29 Cables ncorrectly connected to the projector Remote control battery has run out. 14 External output has not been set when connectng notebook 27 compute The lamp unt cover s not nstalled correctly. 55, 56 Cables ncorrectly connected to the projector "Brght" s set to mnmum poston. 43 Dependng on the computer you are usng, an mage may not be projected unless the sgnal output settng of the computer s swtched to the external output. Refer to the computer's operaton manual for how to swtch ts sgnal output settngs. _, Image adjustments are ncorrectly set. 43 _, Make adjustments to "Color", "Tnt" and "BrllantColor TM''n "Pcture Mode". 4:p_-.w,>S Color s faded or poor. (Vdeo Input only) 48 _, Vdeo nput system s ncorrectly set. Pcture s blurred; nose appears. Pcture s green on INPUT 5 (Component)/ INPUT 6 (Component). Pcture s pnk (no green) on INPUT 5 (RGB)/INPUT 6 (RGB). An unusual sound s occasonally heard from the cabnet. _, Adjust the focus. 30 _, The projecton dstance exceeds the focus range. 20 _, There s fog on the lens. If the projector s carred from a cold room - nto a warm room, or f t s suddenly heated, condensaton may form on the surface of the lens and the mage wll become blurred. Please set up the projector at least one hour before t s to be used. If condensaton should form, remove the power cord from the wall outlet and wat for t to clear. (Computer Input only) _, Perform "Fne Sync" Adjustments ("Clock" Adjustment) 46 _, Perform "Fne Sync" Adjustments ("Phase" Adjustment) 46 _, Nose may appear dependng on the computer _, Select "Sgnal Type" n the "Optonsf" menu and change the nput sgnal type. _, If the pcture s normal, the sound s due to cabnet shrnkage caused by room temperature changes. Ths wll not affect operaton or performance. Mantenance ndcator on _, See "Mantenance Indcators". 52 the projector llumnates or blnks n red. 48 (D -59

61 Troubleshootng (Contnued) ProMem Check Page Pcture s too brght and whtsh. The black levels of the mage show bandng or appear faded when NPUT 6 s selected. The coolng fan becomes nosy. The lamp does not lght up even after the projector turns on. The lamp suddenly turns off durng projecton. The mage sometmes flckers. The lamp needs much tme to turn on. Pcture s dark. The remote control cannot be used. mage adjustments are ncorrectly set. 43 Select the HDMI Settng ("Standard" or "Enhanced") that results n 48 the best pcture qualty. When temperature nsde the projector ncreases, the coolng fan runs faster. The lamp ndcator s llumnatng n red. 52, 55 Replace the lamp. Cables ncorrectly connected to the projector or the connected equpment works mproperly. If ths happens frequently, replace the lamp. 55 The lamp wll eventually need to be changed. 55 Whle the remanng lamp lfe draws to a close, replace the lamp.,, Operate the remote control whle pontng t at the projector's remote control sensor.,, The remote control may be too far away from the projector. 15,, f drect sunlght or a strong fluorescent lght s shnng on the projector's remote control.sensor. place the projector where t wll not be affected by strong lght.,, The batteres may be depleted or nserted ncorrectly. Make sure the batteres are nserted correctly or nsert new ones. 14 Ths unt s equpped wth a mcroprocessor. Its performance could be adversely affected by ncorrect operaton or nterference, f ths should happen, unplug the Unt and plug t n agan after more than 5 mnutes. Servce Informaton (For the U.S.) For the locaton of the nearest Sharp Authorzed Servce Center, or to obtan product lterature, accessores, supples or customer assstance, please call BE-SHARP ( ) or vst SHARP's webste ( (D -60

62 Specfcatons Product type Model Vdeo system Dsplay method DMD panel Lens Projecton lamp Component nput sgnal (INPUT1/2) S-vdeo nput sgnal (INPUT 3) Vdeo nput sgnal (INPUT 4) Computer RGB/ Component nput sgnal (INPUT 5) HDMI nput sgnal (INPUT 6) Horzontal resoluton Vertcal frequency Horzontal frequency Pxel clock Rated voltage Input current Rated frequency Power consumpton Powerconsumpton(standby) Heat dsspaton Operatng temperature Storage temperature Cabnet I/R carrer frequency Dmensons (approx.) Weght (approx.) Replacement parts *_ When STANDBY Mode s set to "Eco" Projector DT-500 NTSC3.58/NTSC4.43/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/PAL-60/SECAM/DTV4801/DTV480P/ DTV540P/DTV576/DTV576P/DTV720P/DTV10351/DTV10801/DTV Sngle Chp Dgtal Mcromrror Devce TM (DMD TM) by Texas Instruments Panel sze: 0.65", 1chp DMD Drve method: Dgtal Lght Processng (DLP T_'_) No. of dots: 983,040 dots (1280 [H] x 768 [V]) x zoom lens, F , f = mm 275 W DC lamp RCA connector Y: 1.0 Vp-p, sync negatve, 75.Q termnated PB (Cs): 0.7 Vp-p, 75 _._termnated PR (CR): 0.7 Vp-p, 75 _2termnated 4-pn mn DIN connector Y (lumnance sgnal): 1.0 Vp-p, sync negatve, 75 _._termnated C (chromnance sgnal): Burst Vp-p, 75 [! termnated RCA connector: VIDEO, composte vdeo, 1.0 Vp-p, sync negatve, 75 ':).. termnated 15-pn mn D-sub connector RGB separate/sync on green type analog nput: Vp-p, postve, 75 _ztermnated HORIZONTAL SYNC. SIGNAL: TTL level (postve/negatve) VERTICAL SYNC. SIGNAL: Same as above HDMI termnal (vdeo sgnal only) 720TV lnes (DTV720P) Hz khz MHz AC V 3.7A 50/60 Hz 355 W (Lamp Settng "Brght")/ 310 W (Lamp Settng "Eco + Quet") wth AC 100V 340 W (Lamp Settng "Brght")/ 300 W (Lamp Settng "Eco + Quet") wth AC 240 V 4W(AC 100V)-5W(AC240V) *_ 1,335 BTU/hour (Lamp Settng "Brght")/ 1,165 BTU/hour (Lamp Settng "Eco + Quet") wth AC 100 V 1,280 BTU/hour (Lamp Settng "Brght")/ 1,130 BTU/hour (Lamp Settng "Eco + Quet") wth AC 240 V 41 F to 95 F (+5 C to +35 C) -4 F to 140 F (-20 C to +60 C) Plastc 38 khz 12W3S'x4W64"x11 U3S' (315 (W) x 109 (H) x 280 (D) mm) (man body only) 12 W32" x 4 47/64"x1137/64" (315 (W) x120 (H) x 294 (D) mm) (ncludng adjust - ment foot and projectng parts) 8.8 Ibs. (4.0 kg) Remote control, Power cord for U.S. and Canada, etc., Operaton manual As a part of polcy of contnuous mprovement, SHARP reserves the rght to make desgn and specfcaton changes for product mprovement wthout pror notce. The performance specfcaton fgures ndcated are nomnal values of producton unts. There may be some devatons from these values n ndvdual unts. (D -61

63 Dmensons Unts: nches (ram) Y t _9 7/64 (69.2) 12 _3/32(31 5),,_,, _=,,! ol "_ I "_! t! (_) B_/_ 1 53/B4 2 _9/32 (75) (46.2) (65.5)

64 ndex AC socket Accessores Adjustment buttons Aspect rato Auto Power Off Auto Sync (Auto Sync adjustment) AUTO SYNC button Background Backlght button Blue Brght BrllantColor TM Lamp... 10, 54 Lamp ndcator Lamp Settng Lamp Tmer (Lfe) Lamp unt Language (on-screen dsplay language) Lens cap MENU button ON button Optonal accessores OSD Dsplay Overscan TM, { / TM!l :j Z!/_ :j Checkng the Input Sgnal CINEMA ZOOM... 36, 37 Clock CLR Temp (Color Temperature) C.M.S Color Contrast DOT BY DOT DNR ENTER button Exhaust vent... 12, 51 Fan Mode Fne Sync Focus rng FREEZE button GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENT H & V KEYSTONE HDMI Settng H-Pos HEIGHT ADJUST lever Hue Image Shft IMAGE SHIFT buttons INPUT 1 termnal INPUT 1-6 modes INPUT 2 termnal INPUT 3 termnal INPUT 4 termnal INPUT 5 termnal... 25, 27 INPUT 6 termnal INPUT buttons Intake vent... 11, 12, 51 IRIS button Kensngton Securty Standard connector... 12, 13 KEYSTONE button Keystone Correcton Phase Pcture Adjustment Pcture Mode... 38, 43 PICTURE MODE button Pcture (Screen) Sze and Projecton Dstance Power cord PRJ Mode... 19, 49 Progressve...,44 _ I R-03 batteres Rear adjustment foot... Red Remote control Remote control sensor Replacng the lamp... 54, 55 Resze... 36, 37 RESIZE button RETURN button RGB/COMR button RS-232C Settng Saturaton... Sharp SIDE BAR... 36, 37 : Specal Modes STANDBY button STANDBY/ON button... 28, 29 STANDBY Mode STRETCH... 36, 37 Subttle Suppled accessores... f0 Temperature warnng ndcator Tnt Value Vdeo System V-Pos Zoom rng _ (D -63 _

65 VALID IN USA ONLY CONSUMER LMTED WARRANTY SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants to the frst consumer purchaser that ths Sharp brand product (the "Product"), when shpped n ts orgnal contaner, wll be free from defectve workmanshp and materals, and agrees that t wll, at tsopton, ether repar the defect or replace the defectve Product or part thereof wth a new or remanutactured equvalent at no charge to the purchaser for parts or labor for the perod(s) set forth below, Ths warranty does not apply to any appearance tems of the Product nor to the addtonal excluded tam(s) set forth below nor to any Product the exteror of whch has been damaged or defaced, whch has been subjected to mproper voltage or other msuse, abnormal servce or handlng, or whch has been altered or modfed n desgn or constructon, In order to enforce the rghts under ths lmted warranty, the purchaser should follow the steps set forth below and provde proof of purchase to the servcer, The lmted warranty descrbed heren s n addton to whatever mpled warrantes may be granted to purchasers by law.all IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR USE ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD(S) FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE SET FORTH BELOW, Some states do not allow lmtatons on how long an mpled warranty lasts, so the above lmtaton may not apply to you, Nether the sales personnel of the seller nor any other person s authorzed to make any warrantes other than those descrbed heren, or to extend the duraton of any warrantes beyond the tme perod descnbed heren on behalf of Sharp, The warrantes deschbed heren shall be the sole and exclusve warrantes granted by Sharp and shall be the sole and exclusve remedy avalable to the purchaser, Correcton of defects, n the manner and for the perod of tme descrbed heren, shall consttute complete fulfllment of all labltes and responsbltes of Sharp to the purchaser wth respect to the Product, and shall consttute full satsfacton of all clams, whether based on contract, neglgence, strct lablty or otherwse, In no event shall Sharp be lable, or n any way responsble, for any damages or defects n the Product whch were caused by repars or attempted repars performed by anyone other than an authorzed servcer, Nor shall Sharp be lable or n any way responsble for any ncdental or consequental economc or property damage, Some states do not allow the excluson of ncdental or consequental damages, so the above excluson may not apply to you, THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE. Model Specfc Secton (In=Home Servce) Your Product Model Number & Descr_ DT-500 Projector Warranty Perod for ths Product: (Be sure to have ths nformaton avalable when you need servce for your ProducL) One (1) year parts and labor from date of purchase except for the Projector Lamp for whch the warranty perod s nnety (90) days from date of purchase, After the nnety (90) day warranty perod on the Projector Lamp, parts and labor for a lamp replacement are the responsblcly of the consumer, AddtonaJ Item(s) Excluded from Warranty Coveraee _ff anvk Where to Obtan Servce: What to do to Obtan Servce: Cleanng of Optcal System and/or replacement of any flter, Labor & materals requred to remove and renstall a suspended projector n nstallatons not accessble wth a standard (8' step) ladder or celngs exceedng 12' n heght, Labor & materals requred to remove and renstall a projector n complex systems ncludng, but not lmted to, projectors nstalled n custom enclosures, projectors connected to thrd party control and automaton systems, and realgnment of projectors nstalled n "mrrored" rear projecton enclosures, From a Sharp Authorzed Servcer located n the Unted States. To fnd the locaton of the nearest Sharp Authorzed Servcer, call Sharp toll free at 1-80g-BE-SHARP Contact your Sharp Authorzed Servcer to obtan n-home servce for INs Product, The Servcer wll come to your home and f necessary to remove the Product for repar atthe ServceCs faclty, the Servcer wll renstall t upon completon of repar, Be sure to have Proof of Purchase avalable, TO OBTAIN PRODUCT INFORMATION, CALL 1=800=BE=SHARP (1=800=237=4277) OR VISIT Q -64

66 VALID IN CANADA ONLY, '-- SHARP LMTED WARRANTY Consumer Electroncs Products Congratulatons on your purchase! Sharp Electroncs of Canada Ltd. (herenafter called "Sharp") gves the followng express warranty tothe frst consumer purchaser for ths Sharp brand product, when shpped nts orgnal contaner and sold or dlstdbuted n Canada by Sharp or by an Aulhorzed Sharp Dealer: Sharp warrants that ths product s free, under normal use and mantenance, from any defects n materal and workmanshp. If any such defects should be found n ths product wthn the applcable warranty perod, Sharp shall, at ts oplon, repar or replace the product as specfed heren. Ths warranty shall not apply to: (a) Any defects caused or repars requred as a result ofabusve operaton, neglgence, accdent, k_lproper nstallaton or nalcproprate use as outlned n the owner's manual. (b) Any Sharp product tampered wth, modfed, adjusted or repared by any party other than Sharp, Sharp's Authorzed Servce Centres or Sharp_ Authorzed Servcng Dealers. (c) Damage caused or repars requred as a result of the use wth tems not specffad or approved by Sharg, ncludng but nat lmted to head cleanng tapes and chemcal cleanng agents. (d) Any replacement of accessodes, glassware, consumable or perpheral tems requred through normal use of the product ncludng but not lmted to earphones, remote controls, AC adapters_ ba_edes, temperature probe, stylus, trays, flters, belts, rlbbons, cables and paper, (e) Any cosmetc damage to the surface or extedor that has been defaced or caused by normal wear and tea_ (f) Any damage caused by external or envronmental condltons, ncludng but not lmted to transmsson lne/power lne voltage or lqud spllage. (g) Any product recened wkhoat appropbate model, seral nurnber and CSA/cUL markngs. (h) Any products used for rental or commercal purposes. () Any nstallaton, setup and/or programmng charges. Should ths Sharp product fal to operate durng the warranty perod, warranty servce may be obtaned upon delvery of the Sharp product together wth proof of purchase and a copy of ths LIMITED WARRANTY statement to an Authorzed Sharp Servlce Centre or an Authodzed Sharp Servcng Dealer. In home warranty servce may be provded at Sharp's dscreton on any Sharp televson wth the screen sze of 27" or larger and on any Sharp Over The Range Mcrowave Oven. Ths warranty consttutes the entre express warranty granted by Sharp and no other dealer, servce centre or ther agent or employee s authorzed to extend, enlarge or transfer ths warranty on behalf of Sharp. To the extent the law permts, Sharp dsclams any and all lablty for drect or ndrect damages or losses or for any ncdental, specal or consequental damages or loss of profts resultng from a defect n materal or workmanshp relatng to the product, ncludng damages for the loss of tme or use of ths Sharp product or the loss of nformaton. The purchaser wll be responsble for any removal, renstallaton, transportaton and nsurance costs ncurred. Correcton of defects, n the manner and perod of tme descrbed heren, consttute complete fulfllment of all obllgatons and responsbltes of Sharp to the purchaser wlth respect to the product and shall consttute full satsfacton of all clams, whether based on contract, negllgence, strct lablty or otherwse. WARRANTY PERIODS Projector t year (bulb 90 days) To obtan the name and address of the nearest Authorzed Sharp Servce Centre or Dealer, please contact: SHARP ELECTRONICS OF CANADA LTD. _o,_e,,rh_--=_.,_,,_ SHARP ELECTRONICS OF CANADA LTD. SHARP 335 Mssssauga, Brtanna Ontaro Road East _,,_ L4Z tw9 C_ SERVICE (905) c,,.,,_, O_ro, te_,_,.,_ Web ste: -65

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