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PDF Content Summary: Titan Super Quad Series Titan Quad 2000 Series Titan Quad Series Titan 930 Series High Brightness Digital Video Projector 4INSTALLATION AND QUICK-START GUIDE 4CONNECTION GUIDE 4OPERATING GUIDE 4REFERENCE GUIDE Rev L October 2015 112-671L

Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series About This Document Please follow the instructions in this manual carefully to ensure safe and long-lasting use of the projector. Keep this manual handy for future reference. Symbols used in this manual Many pages in this document have a dedicated area for notes. The information in that area is accompanied by the following symbols: WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a danger of physical injury to yourself and/or damage to the equipment unless the instructions are closely followed. ELECTRICAL WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a danger of electrical shock unless the instructions are closely followed. NOTE: this symbol indicates that there is some important information that you should read. Product revision Because we at Digital Projection continually strive to improve our products, we may change specifications and designs, and add new features without prior notice. Legal notice Trademarks and trade names mentioned in this document remain the property of their respective owners. Digital Projection disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own. Copyright © 2015 Digital Projection Ltd. All rights reserved. Notes Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of this Digital Projection product! Your projector has the following key features: • Support for most 3D standards (if your projector is a 3D model) • Full range of digital and legacy analog inputs • Control of most aspects of the projector’s operation via LAN and RS232 • Support for a number of aspect ratios and screen sizes • Nonlinear warp adjustment by moving points on an interpolated grid • Ceiling mount and rear-screen installation options • Simultaneous display of two sources via Picture-In-Picture • Long lamp life • Motorised lens mount A serial number is located on the back of the projector. Please record it here: Notes Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series CONTENTS INSTALLATION AND QUICK-START GUIDE ..............................1 CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY ............................................. 3 PROJECTOR OVERVIEW ............................................................... 4 Front and rear views ............................................................................. 4 Control panel indicators ........................................................................ 5 Connection panel indicators.................................................................. 6 REMOTE CONTROL....................................................................... 8 Infrared reception.................................................................................. 8 Remote control 105-023 Rev B............................................................. 9 Remote control 105-023 Rev A........................................................... 11 Remote control troubleshooting .......................................................... 13 POSITIONING THE SCREEN AND PROJECTOR........................... 14 Desktop mount.................................................................................... 14 Ceiling mount ...................................................................................... 14 Adjusting the optional rigging frame.................................................... 15 Adjusting pitch, roll and yaw................................................................ 16 FITTING THE LENS...................................................................... 17 OPERATING THE PROJECTOR.................................................... 18 Switching the projector on................................................................... 18 Switching the projector off................................................................... 18 Selecting an input signal or test pattern.............................................. 19 Input signal ........................................................................................ 19 Test pattern........................................................................................ 19 Adjusting the lens................................................................................ 20 Zoom................................................................................................ 20 Focus ............................................................................................... 20 Shift ................................................................................................. 20 Adjusting the image............................................................................. 21 Orientation ......................................................................................... 21 Keystone ........................................................................................... 21 Picture .............................................................................................. 21 CONNECTION GUIDE ............................................................................23 SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS.................................................. 25 Rear connection panel ........................................................................ 25 Side connection panel on 3D projectors ............................................. 27 Special considerations when using inputs 9-11 .................................. 28 Differences between inputs 9-11 and inputs 1-8........................................... 28 Input and processing architecture ............................................................ 28 EDID on the DVI and VGA inputs............................................................. 28 Using HDMI/DVI switchers with the projector ..................................... 29 DVI input connection example................................................................. 30 3D connections ................................................................................... 31 3D sources up to 60Hz requiring frame doubling and left/right interleaving.......... 31 3D sources above 60Hz not requiring frame doubling.................................... 31 Dual Pipe 3D ...................................................................................... 31 3D Sync in ......................................................................................... 32 3D Sync out ....................................................................................... 32 3D connection examples ....................................................................... 33 CONTROL CONNECTIONS........................................................... 34 LAN connection examples .................................................................. 35 RS232 connection example ................................................................ 36 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series CONTENTS (continued) OPERATING GUIDE ................................................................................37 USING THE MENUS ..................................................................... 40 Menus and sub-menus........................................................................ 40 Drop-down lists ................................................................................... 41 Sliders ................................................................................................. 42 Commands.......................................................................................... 42 Editing fields........................................................................................ 43 USING THE PROJECTOR............................................................. 44 Main menu .......................................................................................... 44 Lens menu .......................................................................................... 45 Zoom................................................................................................ 45 Focus ............................................................................................... 45 Calibrate Zoom and Calibrate Focus......................................................... 45 Center Lens ....................................................................................... 45 Nudge............................................................................................... 46 Lens Presets ...................................................................................... 46 Image menu ........................................................................................ 47 Video Filters ....................................................................................... 47 VGA Setup......................................................................................... 47 Color menu.......................................................................................... 48 Gamut .............................................................................................. 48 Black Level and Gain sliders................................................................... 48 Geometry menu .................................................................................. 49 Aspect Ratio....................................................................................... 49 Overscan........................................................................................... 49 Size & Position.................................................................................... 50 Blanking ............................................................................................ 50 Geometry Engine................................................................................. 51 Edge Blend menu................................................................................ 57 Overview ........................................................................................... 57 Array H Position and V Position............................................................... 58 S-Curve Value .................................................................................... 59 Blending............................................................................................ 61 Segmentation ..................................................................................... 62 Blend Width........................................................................................ 64 Black Level Uplift ................................................................................. 64 Reduce Black Level Uplift Width .............................................................. 65 Blending images from multiple projectors ........................................... 68 Before you start................................................................................... 68 Edge Blend procedure .......................................................................... 69 PIP menu ............................................................................................ 77 3D menu.............................................................................................. 78 3D types............................................................................................ 79 Some 3D settings explained ............................................................... 81 Dark Time.......................................................................................... 81 Source Dominance............................................................................... 81 Sync Offset ........................................................................................ 81 Frame Rate Multiplier............................................................................ 82 Lamps menu ....................................................................................... 83 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series CONTENTS (continued) Setup menu......................................................................................... 84 Reset Default Settings .......................................................................... 84 Input Configuration............................................................................... 85 Network ............................................................................................ 86 On Screen Display ............................................................................... 89 System ............................................................................................. 90 Setting up an IR address ....................................................................... 91 Information menu ................................................................................ 92 Lamps .............................................................................................. 92 Configuration...................................................................................... 93 REFERENCE GUIDE................................................................................95 THE DMD™.................................................................................. 98 CHOOSING A LENS ................................................................... 100 Basic calculation ............................................................................... 101 Basic calculation example................................................................. 102 Full lens calculation........................................................................... 103 Introducing TRC ................................................................................ 103 Calculating TRC ................................................................................ 104 TRC table ........................................................................................ 104 Calculating the throw ratio with TRC ....................................................... 105 Full lens calculation example ............................................................ 106 SCREEN REQUIREMENTS......................................................... 107 Fitting the image to the DMD™......................................................... 107 SX+ images displayed full width ............................................................ 107 SX+ images displayed full height ........................................................... 107 1080p images displayed full width .......................................................... 108 1080p images displayed full height......................................................... 108 WUXGA images displayed full width ....................................................... 109 WUXGA images displayed with a height of 1080 pixels................................ 109 WUXGA images displayed full height ...................................................... 110 Diagonal screen sizes........................................................................111 Fitting the image to the screen.......................................................... 112 Positioning the screen and projector................................................. 113 POSITIONING THE IMAGE..........................................................114 Maximum offset range....................................................................... 116 ASPECT RATIOS EXPLAINED.....................................................117 Aspect ratio examples for DMD™ resolution SX+ (SXGA+)............. 118 Aspect ratio examples for DMD™ resolution 1080p ......................... 121 Aspect ratio examples for DMD™ resolution WUXGA...................... 124 Aspect ratio example: TheaterScope................................................ 127 FRAME RATES AND PULLDOWNS EXPLAINED......................... 128 Interlaced and progressive scan ....................................................... 128 Frame rates of image sources .......................................................... 128 Pulldowns - conversion into destination formats............................... 129 2:3 (normal) pulldown ......................................................................... 129 2:3:3:2 (advanced) pulldown................................................................. 130 APPENDIX A: LENS PART NUMBERS........................................ 131 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series CONTENTS (continued) APPENDIX B: LENS CHARTS .................................................... 132 How to use the lens charts................................................................ 132 How to find the right lens chart.......................................................... 133 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) .................................................................. 133 WUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels)................................................................ 134 SX+ (1400 x 1050 pixels)..................................................................... 135 DMD™ resolution 1080p / WUXGA, full width images...................... 136 DMD™ resolution 1080p, 1.25:1 images .......................................... 138 DMD™ resolution 1080p, 1.33:1 images .......................................... 140 DMD™ resolution 1080p, 1.6:1 images ............................................ 142 DMD™ resolution 1080p, 1.66:1 images .......................................... 144 DMD™ resolution WUXGA, 1.25:1 images....................................... 146 DMD™ resolution WUXGA, 1.33:1 images....................................... 148 DMD™ resolution SX+, full width images ......................................... 150 DMD™ resolution SX+, 1.25:1 images ............................................. 152 APPENDIX C: SUPPORTED SIGNAL INPUT MODES .................. 154 2D input modes................................................................................. 154 3D input modes................................................................................. 157 APPENDIX D: MENU MAP.......................................................... 159 Input Selection .................................................................................. 159 Test Pattern....................................................................................... 159 Lens .................................................................................................. 159 Image ................................................................................................ 160 Color.................................................................................................. 160 Geometry .......................................................................................... 161 Edge Blend........................................................................................ 162 PIP .................................................................................................... 163 3D...................................................................................................... 163 Lamps ............................................................................................... 163 Setup................................................................................................. 164 Information ........................................................................................ 165 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series CONTENTS (continued) APPENDIX E: WIRING DETAILS................................................. 166 Signal inputs and outputs.................................................................. 166 Input 1: VGA..................................................................................... 166 Input 2: HDMI ................................................................................... 167 Output: SPDIF .................................................................................. 167 Input 3: DVI...................................................................................... 168 Input 4: 3G-SDI ................................................................................. 169 Input 5: Composite 1 .......................................................................... 169 Input 6: S-Video ................................................................................ 169 Input 7: Component............................................................................ 169 Input 8: CVBS................................................................................... 169 Input 9: MAIN/DVI.............................................................................. 170 Input 10: SUB/HDMI ........................................................................... 171 Control connections .......................................................................... 172 Update port ...................................................................................... 172 Wired remote control .......................................................................... 172 RS232 ............................................................................................ 173 LAN connection................................................................................. 173 APPENDIX F: GLOSSARY OF TERMS........................................ 174 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................. 187 Models............................................................................................... 187 Inputs and outputs............................................................................. 188 Bandwidth ......................................................................................... 188 Remote control and keypad .............................................................. 188 Automation control ............................................................................ 188 Color temperature ............................................................................. 188 Lamps ............................................................................................... 189 Lenses............................................................................................... 190 Lens mount ....................................................................................... 190 Mechanical mounting ........................................................................ 190 Orientation......................................................................................... 190 Electrical and physical specifications................................................ 191 Safety & EMC regulations................................................................. 191 Accessories....................................................................................... 191 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series IN THIS GUIDE IN THIS GUIDE

Connecting The Power Supply........................................................................ 3 Projector Overview............................................................................................. 4 Front and rear views...................................................................................................4 Control panel indicators.............................................................................................5 Connection panel indicators......................................................................................6 Remote Control.................................................................................................... 8 Infrared reception........................................................................................................8 Remote control 105-023 Rev B ..................................................................................9 Remote control 105-023 Rev A.................................................................................11 Remote control troubleshooting .............................................................................13 Positioning The Screen And Projector....................................................... 14 Desktop mount..........................................................................................................14 Ceiling mount ............................................................................................................14 Adjusting the optional rigging frame ......................................................................15 Adjusting pitch, roll and yaw ...................................................................................16 Fitting The Lens ................................................................................................ 17 Operating The Projector ................................................................................. 18 Switching the projector on.......................................................................................18 Switching the projector off.......................................................................................18 Selecting an input signal or test pattern.................................................................19 Input signal......................................................................................................................19 Test pattern .....................................................................................................................19 Adjusting the lens.....................................................................................................20 Zoom...............................................................................................................................20 Focus ..............................................................................................................................20 Shift.................................................................................................................................20 Installation and Quick-Start Guide Adjusting the image..................................................................................................21 Orientation ......................................................................................................................21 Keystone.........................................................................................................................21 Picture.............................................................................................................................21 Rev L October 2015

Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Connecting The Power Supply Lift the cable lock up, push the mains connector in firmly and push the lock down to secure the cable. 1 AC mains inlet with cable lock Installation and Quick-Start Guide CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY 1 Front view of the projector Notes Use only the power cable provided. Ensure that the power outlet includes a ground connection as this equipment MUST be earthed. Handle the power cable carefully and avoid sharp bends. Do not use a damaged power cable. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Projector Overview Front and rear views 1 Front infrared window 2 Air inlets with air filters 3 Lens 4 Lens motor 5 Mains input 6 Adjustable feet 7 Air outlets 8 Rear connection panel with infrared window 9 Control panel 10 Side connection panel PROJECTOR OVERVIEW 1 2 3 4 5 6 Front view 7 Notes The side connection panel is available on 3D models only.

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Control panel indicators 1 Power indicator PROJECTOR OVERVIEW 1 2 Notes Only the controls shown highlighted are used on this projector. During startup all LEDs light up at the same time to indicate the projector is carrying out a self-test.

Behavior Meaning Off The projector is switched off. ON POWER OFF OFF OSD ON OPEN SHUTTER CLOSE

On (amber) The projector is in Standby mode. CTRL FOCUS RPY

On (green) The projector is switched on (Normal mode). 2 Shutter indicator Behavior Meaning On (amber) The shutter is closed. On (green) The shutter is open. Installation and Quick-Start Guide AUTO INFO SHIFT ZOOM MENU INPUT + OK _ EXIT INPUT Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Connection panel indicators 1 Lamps 1-4 indicators Behavior Meaning On (green) The lamp is switched on (100%). On (amber) The lamp is running on less than full capacity: 80-99% for Titan Quad / Titan 800 PROJECTOR OVERVIEW Notes For more information about the connection panels, see the Connection Guide.

86-99% for Titan Super Quad / Titan Quad 2000 / Titan 930 1 Flashing (green) The lamp is warming up. 2 Flashing (amber) The lamp is cooling down. On (red) Projector in standby: Lamp Timer Error (call service) Projector on: Ballast Comms Error (call service) 3 Flashing (red) Projector in standby: Lamp Error on previous operation Projector on: Lamp / Interlock Error 2 Error indicator Behavior Meaning On (red) Voltage Error Flashing (red) Fan / System Error 3 Infrared indicator Behavior Meaning Flashing (blue) The projector is receiving input from the remote control or keypad. 4 Input indicators Behavior Meaning On (green) Input selected. Signal detected and in range. Flashing (green) Input selected, but signal is not detected or out of range. Installation and Quick-Start Guide 4 Rear connection panelSide connection panel A red LED always indicates an error. If you receive an error indication, restart the projector. If the problem persists, contact your dealer. The side connection panel is available on 3D models only. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Connection panel indicators - continued from previous page 5 Sync in indicator Behavior Meaning On (green) Valid sync in. 6 Sync out indicator Behavior Meaning On (green) Valid sync out. Installation and Quick-Start Guide PROJECTOR OVERVIEW Notes For more information about the connection panels, see the Connection Guide. The side connection panel is available on 3D models only. 5 6 Side connection panel Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Remote Control REMOTE CONTROL Notes

The projector is equipped with one of the remote control devices shown here. The device on the left (105-023 Rev B) was introduced in June 2013; a projector purchased before that date is equipped with the device on the right, 105-023 Rev A. Both devices and their functions are described in the following pages. POWER OFF ON FOCUS CAL ON POWER OFF OFF OSD ON OPEN SHUTTER CLOSE

ALT ROLL CTRL FOCUS RPY

CLOSE OPEN SHIFT ZOOM PITCH YAW AUTO INFO SHIFT ZOOM

SHUTTER MENU OK EXIT INFO 1 2 3 4 VGA HDMI DVI 3GSDI 5 6 7 8 MENU INPUT + OK _ EXIT INPUT 1 RGB1 3 DVI RED 2 RGB2 A B C D 4 SDI 5 VID 6 SVID GREEN

CVBS1 SVIDEO COMP CVBS2 E F G H

9 0 10+ # MAIN SUB DUAL HD-T 7 COM 8 9 BLUE J K L M 10+ 0 # TEST

R G B EYE SWAP MAIN/PIP SWAP N P R S

BRI CON GAMMA 3D ON/OFF PIP ON/OFF BRI CON SAT MAGNIFY PHASE

Infrared reception The projector has infrared sensors at the front and back. The angle of acceptance is 40°. Make sure that the remote control is within the angle of acceptance when trying to control the projector. Installation and Quick-Start Guide PRESET LOAD SAVE TEST ADDR BACKLIGHT Remote (105-023) Rev B 40° 40° Infrared reception OSD POS KEYST PAN ASPECT PRESET FUNC ADDR SAVE PRESET SAVE LIGHT Remote (105-023) Rev A Infrared reception is confirmed by the blue IR LED flashing on the control panel. The infrared receivers are disabled when a remote control is connected via a cable. For more information, see Control Connections in the Connection Guide. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Remote control 105-023 Rev B 1 Transmit indicator Flashes when the remote control sends a signal to the projector. Lights solidly when the projector is in LENS ADJUSTMENT mode. 2 Power ON / OFF 3 ALT REMOTE CONTROL 1 2 POWER OFF ON Notes Only the controls shown highlighted are used on this projector. For more information about LENS ADJUSTMENT mode, see Adjusting the lens further in this

Acts as a shift key. To use, press and hold this button, then press a green-labeled 3 button. FOCUS CAL ALT ROLL SHIFT ZOOM guide.

4 CLOSE OPEN PITCH YAW

4 Shutter OPEN / CLOSE 5 5 MENU Access the projector OSD (on-screen display). 6 6 Navigation Navigate through the menus with the arrows, confirm your choice with OK. 7 Input selection Select input source. 7 9, 0 and 10+ are not used on 2D projectors as they are used for inputs on the side SHUTTER MENU OK EXIT INFO 1 2 3 4 VGA HDMI DVI 3GSDI 5 6 7 8 Input selection buttons: • 1 to 8 - as labeled.

CVBS1 SVIDEO COMP CVBS2

connection panel. 8 Image adjustment 9 0 10+ # MAIN SUB DUAL HD-T • 9 selects Main/DVI (input 9, side connection panel).

Adjust brightness, contrast and gamma. 8 Press this button while holding the ALT button down to switch red, green and blue R G B EYE SWAP MAIN/PIP SWAP • 0 selects Sub/HDMI (input 10, side connection panel).

channels on and off. 9 Lens presets BRI CON GAMMA 3D ON/OFF PRESET PIP ON/OFF • 10+ selects Dual Pipe (both inputs 9 and 10).

9 To recall a lens preset, press and hold LOAD, then press a number button 1 to 5. To save a lens preset, press and hold SAVE, then press a number button 1 to 5. 10 10 Remote control backlight ON / OFF Make the remote control buttons glow in the dark, or switch this feature off. continues on next page... Installation and Quick-Start Guide LOAD SAVE TEST ADDR BACKLIGHT Remote control 105-023 Rev B Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Remote control 105-023 Rev B - continued from previous page 11 Lens controls Adjust position, zoom and focus. Perform calibration when you change the lens. 12 INFO Open the Information menu. 13 TEST Switch to test pattern. REMOTE CONTROL POWER OFF ON FOCUS CAL ALT ROLL 11 Notes Only the controls shown highlighted are used on this projector.

CLOSE OPEN SHIFT ZOOM PITCH YAW

14 IR address Set up an address to match the IR address of a projector. SHUTTER MENU OK EXIT INFO 1 2 3 4 VGA HDMI DVI 3GSDI 5 6 7 8 For more information about IR addresses, see Setting up an IR address in the Operating Guide. 12

CVBS1 SVIDEO COMP CVBS2

9 0 10+ # MAIN SUB DUAL HD-T

R G B EYE SWAP MAIN/PIP SWAP

BRI CON GAMMA 3D ON/OFF PRESET PIP ON/OFF 13

Installation and Quick-Start Guide LOAD SAVE TEST ADDR BACKLIGHT Remote control 105-023 Rev B 14 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Remote control 105-023 Rev A 1 Transmit indicator Flashes when the remote control sends a signal to the projector. Lights solidly when the projector is in LENS ADJUSTMENT mode. 2 Power ON / OFF 3 INFO REMOTE CONTROL 1 2 ON POWER OFF OFF OSD ON OPEN SHUTTER CLOSE Notes Only the controls shown highlighted are used on this projector. For more information about LENS ADJUSTMENT mode, see Adjusting the lens further in this

Open the Information menu. CTRL FOCUS RPY guide.

3 4 MENU Access the projector OSD (on-screen display). 4 5 Navigation Navigate through the menus with the arrows, confirm your choice with OK. 5 6 Input selection Select input source. 9, 10+ and # are not used on 2D projectors. 7 Settings These buttons allow you to change various settings directly from the remote, 6 without opening the OSD: • BRI, CON, SAT - adjust brightness, contrast and saturation • PHASE - adjust phase for VGA signals • MAGNIFY, POS, PAN - access the Size and Position menu AUTO INFO SHIFT ZOOM MENU INPUT + OK _ EXIT INPUT 2 RGB2 1 RGB1 3 DVI RED A B C D 4 SDI 5 VID 6 SVID GREEN E F G H 7 COM 8 9 BLUE J K L M 10+ 0 # TEST N P R S Input selection buttons: • 1 selects VGA (input 1) • 2 selects HDMI (input 2) • 3 selects DVI (input 3) • 4 selects 3G-SDI (input 4) • 5 selects Composite 1 (input 5) • 6 selects S-Video (input 6) • 7 selects Component (input 7) • 8 selects Composite 2 (input 8) • 9 selects Main/DVI (input 9, side connection panel) BRI 7 • OSD - edit OSD settings CON SAT MAGNIFY PHASE • 10+ selects Dual Pipe (both • ASPECT - change the aspect ratio 8 8 Lens presets To recall a preset, press and hold PRESET, then press a number button 1 to 5. To save a preset, press and hold SAVE, then press a number button 1 to 5. continues on next page... Installation and Quick-Start Guide OSD POS KEYST PAN ASPECT PRESET FUNC ADDR SAVE PRESET SAVE LIGHT Remote control 105-023 Rev A inputs 9 and 10, side connection panel) • 0 selects Sub/HDMI (input 10, side connection panel) Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Remote control 105-023 Rev A - continued from previous page 9 OSD ON/OFF Switch projector status messages on and off. 10 Shutter OPEN / CLOSE 11 Lens controls REMOTE CONTROL ON POWER OFF OFF OSD ON OPEN SHUTTER CLOSE Notes Only the controls shown highlighted are used on this projector. 9 10

Adjust position, zoom and focus. Perform RPY calibration when you change the lens. CTRL FOCUS RPY 11

12 Color channels Switch red, green and blue channels on and off. 13 TEST Switch to test pattern. 14 IR address Set up an address to match the IR address of a projector. 15 Remote control backlight ON / OFF Make the remote control buttons glow in the dark, or switch this feature off. AUTO INFO SHIFT ZOOM MENU INPUT + OK _ EXIT INPUT 2 RGB2 1 RGB1 3 DVI RED A B C D 4 SDI 5 VID 6 SVID GREEN E F G H 7 COM 8 9 BLUE J K L M 10+ 0 # TEST N P R S For more information about IR addresses, see Setting up an IR address in the Operating Guide. 12 13

BRI CON SAT MAGNIFY PHASE

Installation and Quick-Start Guide OSD POS KEYST PAN ASPECT PRESET FUNC ADDR SAVE PRESET SAVE LIGHT Remote control 105-023 Rev A 14 15 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Remote control troubleshooting REMOTE CONTROL Notes

The remote control is shipped with no battery fitted. Remove the back cover and insert the supplied cells while observing the correct cell polarity. 1 If the projector fails to respond to keypress on the remote control, consider the following checks. POWER OFF ON FOCUS CAL ALT ROLL The infrared receivers are disabled when a remote control is connected via a cable.

Does the Transmit indicator flash when a button is pressed? CLOSE OPEN SHIFT ZOOM PITCH YAW The blue Transmit Indicator 1 should be dark when the remote control is not being used and flash when a button is being pressed. • If it emits a solid light when a button is not being pressed, the remote control is in LENS ADJUSTMENT mode. Press EXIT or wait up to ten seconds to exit LENS ADJUSTMENT mode. • If the Transmit indicator fails to flash when a key is pressed, it might be time to replace the battery. Use only Alkaline AAA (LR03) cells for best results. SHUTTER MENU OK EXIT INFO Transmit indicator on the remote control VGA HDMI DVI 3GSDI 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CVBS1 SVIDEO COMP CVBS2

9 0 10+ # MAIN SUB DUAL HD-T

Does the rear connection panel respond when a remote control button is pressed? R G B EYE SWAP MAIN/PIP SWAP

When a button is pressed on the remote control, the infrared indicator 2 on the rear connection panel should flash blue. If this does not happen: BRI CON GAMMA 3D ON/OFF PRESET PIP ON/OFF For information about the angle of acceptance, see Infrared reception earlier in this guide.

• Check that the angle of acceptance is met. • Check that the projector address matches the remote control address. • If none of the above fixes the problem, it might be time to replace the battery. Use only Alkaline AAA (LR03) cells for best results. 2 Installation and Quick-Start Guide LOAD SAVE TEST ADDR BACKLIGHT Infrared indicator on the rear connection panel See Setting up an IR address in the Operating Guide. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Positioning The Screen And Projector POSITIONING THE SCREEN AND PROJECTOR Notes 1. Install the screen, ensuring that it is in the best position for viewing by your audience. 2. Position the projector, ensuring that it is at a suitable distance from the screen for the image to fill the screen. Desktop mount If the projector is to be operated from a flat surface such as a projector table, adjust the projector level by turning the four feet under the chassis. Set the adjustable feet so that the projector is level, and perpendicular to the screen. Ceiling mount Inverted installation is recommended for maximum lens offset. Remove the four adjustable feet 1 and use the four M10 fixing holes 2 for ceiling mounting. You can also use the optional rigging frame, or mount two projectors together using the optional Titan 40K assembly. 1 2 Installation and Quick-Start Guide Ensure that there is at least 30 cm (12 in.) of space between the ventilation outlets and any wall, and 10 cm (4 in.) on all other sides. Do not place heavy objects on top of the projector chassis. Only the chassis corners and the rigging frame are capable of withstanding the weight of another projector. Do not place the projector with its front panel down on a surface, as this may damage the lens or the lens release lever. Backup safety chains or wires should always be used with ceiling mount installations. Do not tilt the projector more than ±12° in either direction, in desktop or ceiling mode, when in use, as this may cause serious lamp failure, damage the lamp module and cause extra cost on replacement. Desktop ±12° ±12° ±12° Ceiling ±12° See also Adjusting the optional rigging frame further in this guide. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Adjusting the optional rigging frame POSITIONING THE SCREEN AND PROJECTOR Notes

1. Remove the four adjustable feet. 2. Secure the rigging frame to the projector, as shown here, making sure that the rigging frame is in its upright position and the cable attachments are at the top. Three screws secure each of the adjuster brackets to a corner handle. 3. Adjust pitch, roll and yaw as required. 1 Vertical adjuster 2 Horizontal adjuster 3 Frame couplings 4 Fixing screws Installation and Quick-Start Guide 1 2 3 4 Always allow the projector to cool for 5 minutes before disconnecting the power or moving the projector. Ensure at least 30 cm (12 in.) of space is left between the ventilation outlets and any wall, and 10 cm (4 in.) on all other sides. Do not stack more than 3 projectors. Do not place heavy objects on top of the projector chassis. Only the chassis corners and the rigging frame are capable of withstanding the weight of another projector. Do not place the projector with its front panel down on a surface, as this may damage the lens or the lens release lever. Backup safety chains or wires should always be used with ceiling mount installations. Do not tilt the projector more than ±12° in either direction, in desktop or ceiling mode, when in use, as this may cause serious lamp failure, damage the lamp module and cause extra cost on replacement. Desktop ±12° ±12° ±12° Ceiling ±12° Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Adjusting pitch, roll and yaw POSITIONING THE SCREEN AND PROJECTOR Notes • To adjust the pitch, turn either the front pair or the rear pair of vertical adjusters, taking care to turn both adjusters by the same amount. • To adjust the roll, turn either the left pair or the right pair of vertical adjusters, taking care to turn both adjusters by the same amount. • To adjust the yaw, turn the single horizontal adjuster at the front. Installation and Quick-Start Guide Pitch Roll Yaw Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Fitting The Lens 1. Turn the lens release lever clockwise so that it is pointing upwards, to open the lock fully. 1 2. Remove the rear lens cap from the lens. 3. Insert the lens into the lens aperture, making sure that the plug on the zoom drive mechanism lines up with the socket on the front of the projector, then push the lens in firmly as far as it will go. 2 4. Turn the lens release lever anti-clockwise to the mid-position. 3 5. The lens can now be pushed in further. Push the lens in firmly as far as it will go. 6. Turn the lens release lever fully anti-clockwise so that it is pointing downwards, to close the lock fully. 4 Installation and Quick-Start Guide FITTING THE LENS 1 2 3 4 Notes Before changing the lens, always make sure the projector is switched off and fully disconnected from its power supply. Always allow the projector to cool for five minutes before disconnecting the power or moving the projector. The lens release lever should always be set to the locked position to prevent the lens from falling out. Do not place the projector with its front panel down on a surface, as this may damage the lens or the lens release lever. Avoid touching the surface of the lens as this may result in image impairment. Take care to preserve the original lens packaging and protective caps for future use. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Operating The Projector Switching the projector on OPERATING THE PROJECTOR Notes 1. Connect the power cable between the mains supply and the projector. Switch on at the switch next to the power connector. 2. Wait until the self-test has completed and the standby indicator on the projector control panel shows amber. The lamp will be off and the projector will be in STANDBY mode. 3. Press ON on the remote control or the control panel and hold for three seconds, to switch the projector ON. The power indicator on the control panel will show green, the lamp will light and the shutter will open. Switching the projector off 1. Press OFF on the remote control or the control panel, and hold for three seconds. The power indicator on the control panel will show amber, the lamp will go out and the cooling fans will run for a short time until the projector enters STANDBY mode. 2. If you need to switch the projector off completely, switch off at the mains power switch next to the power connector and then disconnect the power cable from the projector. Installation and Quick-Start Guide The self-test is running when all the LEDs on the control panel are lit. Use only the power cable provided. Ensure that the power outlet includes a ground connection as this equipment MUST be earthed. Handle the power cable carefully and avoid sharp bends. Do not use a damaged power cable. Always allow the lamp to cool for 5 minutes before: - disconnecting the power - moving the projector Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Selecting an input signal or test pattern Input signal 1. Connect an image source to the projector. 2. Switch to the input you want to display: • Press one of the input buttons on the remote control, or OPERATING THE PROJECTOR Notes For full details of how to use the controls and the menu system, see the Operating Guide. • Open the On-screen display (OSD) by pressing MENU. Select an input signal from the Input Selection menu, using the UP and DOWN arrow buttons, then press OK. Test pattern To display a test pattern: 1. Open the OSD by pressing MENU. 2. Select Test Pattern from the Input Selection menu, using the UP and DOWN arrow buttons, then press OK. 3. Select a pattern from the Test Pattern menu, using the UP and DOWN arrow buttons, then press OK. 4. Close the OSD by pressing MENU again. Installation and Quick-Start Guide If the projector is switched off while in TEST PATTERN mode, it will still be in TEST PATTERN mode when switched on again. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Adjusting the lens The lens can be adjusted using the Lens menu, or: Zoom OPERATING THE PROJECTOR Notes When any of the three lens • Press ZOOM, then use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons on the keypad or remote control to adjust the size of the image on the screen. When the adjustment is finished, press EXIT. Focus • Press FOCUS, then use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons on the keypad or remote control to adjust the focus. When the adjustment is finished, press EXIT. Shift • Press SHIFT, then use the UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons on the keypad or remote control to adjust the position of the image on the screen. When the adjustment is finished, press EXIT. Installation and Quick-Start Guide adjustment buttons is pressed, the blue Transmit indicator on the remote control will light for 10 seconds: After 10 seconds, if no adjustment has been made, the indicator will go out and the lens adjustment button must be pressed again to resume adjustment. To end the adjustment before 10 seconds has elapsed, press the EXIT button. All other adjustments will be locked out until the lens adjustment is ended. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Adjusting the image Orientation • This can be set from the Setup menu. Select the orientation which suits the positioning of the projector. Keystone • This can be set from the Geometry menu. Picture OPERATING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Setup From the audience’s point of view, lens shift always moves the image in the same direction, regardless of projector orientation. For example, SHIFT UP always moves the image toward the ceiling and SHIFT LEFT always moves the image to the audience’s left. Main Menu Geometry Main Menu • Settings such as Brightness and Contrast can be set from the Image menu. • Settings can be accessed from the remote control as well. Depending on the remote you are using: • On 105-023 Rev B, press BRI, CON or GAMMA to set Brightness, Contrast or Gamma respectively. • On 105-023 Rev A, press BRI, CON or SAT to set Brightness, Contrast or Saturation respectively. Installation and Quick-Start Guide Image For full details of how to use the controls and the menu system, see the Operating Guide. For further information about the two remote control devices supported by the projector, see Remote Control earlier in this guide. Rev L October 2015

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Signal Inputs and Outputs.............................................................................. 25 Rear connection panel..............................................................................................25 Side connection panel on 3D projectors ................................................................27 Special considerations when using inputs 9-11 ....................................................28 Differences between inputs 9-11 and inputs 1-8.............................................................28 Input and processing architecture...................................................................................28 EDID on the DVI and VGA inputs ...................................................................................28 Using HDMI/DVI switchers with the projector........................................................29 DVI input connection example ........................................................................................30 3D connections .........................................................................................................31 3D sources up to 60Hz requiring frame doubling and left/right interleaving ...................31 3D sources above 60Hz not requiring frame doubling....................................................31 Dual Pipe 3D...................................................................................................................31 3D Sync in.......................................................................................................................32 3D Sync out ....................................................................................................................32 3D connection examples.................................................................................................33 Control Connections ........................................................................................ 34 LAN connection examples .......................................................................................35 RS232 connection example......................................................................................36 Connection Guide Rev L October 2015 Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Signal Inputs and Outputs SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS Notes Inputs 1-8, on the rear of the projector, are limited input frame rates up to 60Hz, but provide access to the full geometric adjustment capabilities, including Blend and Warp. The side inputs 9, 10 and 11 on 3D projectors provide a very direct path to the DMD™ display, with minimal latency and high frame rate capability. Their geometrical adjustment capabilities are limited in comparison with inputs 1-8. Rear connection panel 1 VGA (input 1) Receives analog signal from a computer. When using this input, it is best to use a fully wired VGA cable (with a blue connector shell) to connect the source to the projector. This will allow the source to determine the projector’s capabilities via DDC and show an optimized image. Use Auto Setup in the Image/VGA Setup menu. 2 HDMI (input 2) Receives digital signal from HDMI-compliant devices. The audio from the HDMI 1 source is available on the SPDIF output. 3 SPDIF This is a digital output. Compatible audio sample packets on the HDMI input stream are decoded 1 by the projector and output on the SPDIF connector. 4 DVI (input 3) Analog or Digital DVI-I This input has a DVI-I connector, which can receive either analog (DVI-A) 2 or digital (DVI-D) signal from a compatible source. Set DVI-I Port in the Setup/Input Configuration menu to choose between Analog and Digital. 3 Sources up to: • 1920x1080 resolution for 1080p models • 1920x1200 resolution for WUXGA models 24-60Hz; up to 12 bits per color. Supports HDCP. (the list continues overleaf) Connection Guide For more VGA settings, see Image menu in the Operating Guide. For further information on setting up the DVI 1 input, see Input Configuration in the Operating Guide. WUXGA (1920x1200) is only available at 50 and 60Hz on Input 3. For WUXGA 3D, we recommend the use of Input 9. For more information about the difference between the two 4 connection panels, see Special considerations when using inputs 9-11 further in this section. For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and control connectors, see Appendix E: Wiring Details in the Reference Guide. Rear Connection Panel Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Rear connection panel (continued) 5 3G-SDI (input 4) Uses a BNC connector to receive uncompressed, unencrypted digital video. SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS Notes For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and If two video streams are being transmitted, set 3G Level B Stream in the Setup/Input Configuration menu to choose between the two streams 6 Composite 1 (CVBS 1) (input 5) Uses a BNC connector to receive composite video. 7 S-Video (input 6) Uses a 4-pin mini-DIN connector. 8 Component (input 7) Uses either RGsB/RGBS, or YPbPr. When using RGsB or RGBS: • Set Component Colour Space in the Setup/Input Configuration menu to RGB. • Set Component Sync Type in the Setup/Input Configuration menu to Auto, except when the projector has problems selecting between 3 Wire (RGsB) and 4 Wire (RGBS). When using YPbPr: • Set Component Colour Space in the Setup/Input Configuration menu to YPbPr. 9 Composite 2 (CVBS 2) (input 8) Uses an RCA phono connector to receive composite video. 5 6 7 Connection Guide control connectors, see Appendix E: Wiring Details in the Reference Guide. 8 9 Rear Connection Panel Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Side connection panel on 3D projectors 1 Main/DVI (input 9) Single or Dual Link DVI-D input. SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS Notes There is no scaler on Inputs 9-11. This input has a DVI-I connector, but can only receive digital (DVI-D) signal from a compatible source. Sources up to: • 1920x1080 resolution for 1080p models • 1920x1200 resolution for WUXGA models 24-160Hz; up to 12 bits per color. Supports HDCP. 2 Sub/HDMI (input 10) Single Link DVI-D (HDMI 1.4 compatible ) input. Sources up to: • 1920x1080 resolution for 1080p models • 1920x1200 resolution for WUXGA models 24-60Hz; up to 12 bits per color. 3 Twin-Link DVI-D (Dual Pipe) Connect both sockets. Input 9 is the Main input, Input 10 (DVI/HDMI) is the Sub input. Sources up to: • 1920x1080 resolution for 1080p models 1 • 1920x1200 resolution for WUXGA models at frame rates consistent with up to 148.5 Mpx/sec/pipe (including blanking). 2 Connection Guide Images up to and including the native resolution of the display will be displayed pixel for pixel and centred. This enables the projector to maximise the image bandwidth and grayscale resolution. For more information about the difference between the two connection panels, see Special considerations when using inputs 9-11 further in this section. For information about 3D video, see 3D connections further in this guide. 3 For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and control connectors, see Appendix E: Wiring Details in the Reference Guide. Side Connection Panel Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Special considerations when using inputs 9-11 Differences between inputs 9-11 and inputs 1-8 SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS Notes Inputs 9 and 10 have been designed to offer access to a very high bandwidth digital video path, free of the limitations inherent to standard image processing techniques. As such, the image is pixel-mapped directly to each DMD™, so only a subset of the image settings applies to Inputs 9-11. Global settings, such as input selection, lens and lamp control, are all applicable to Inputs 9-11 but modal settings are not. Input and processing architecture Front End Processor 3D Back End Frame Doubling Memory D There is no scaler on Inputs 9-11. Images up to and including the native resolution of the display will be displayed pixel for pixel and centred. This enables the projector to maximise the image bandwidth and grayscale resolution.

Video Processing & Resizing OSD Overlay Multi Standard Inputs: Analog & Digital 24-60 Hz 3D MUX High Bandwidth Digital Path “Pixel Mapped” MD F o r m a t t in g Global settings are indicated by a globe icon in the OSD and affect all inputs. Modal settings only affect the currently displayed input.

Inputs 1-8 EDID on the DVI and VGA inputs Inputs 9, 10 and 11

If you are using a computer DVI card or another source that obeys the EDID protocol, the source will automatically configure itself to suit the projector. Otherwise please refer to the documentation supplied with the source to manually set the resolution to the DMD™ resolution of the projector or the nearest suitable setting. Switch off the source, connect to the projector, then switch the source back on again. Connection Guide Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Using HDMI/DVI switchers with the projector SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS Notes

When using an HDMI/DVI source switcher with the projector, it is important to set the switcher so that it passes the projector EDID through to the source devices. If this is not done, the projector may not be able to lock to the source or display the source correctly as its video output timings may not be compatible with those of the projector. Sometimes this is called transparent, pass-through or clone mode. Please see your switcher’s manual for information on how to set this mode. Additionally, sources which use HDCP encryption may not display properly when connected to the projector via a switcher. Refer to the switcher’s manual for more information. 1 2 3 1 Sources

2 Switcher 3 Projector EDID EDID EDID EDID

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DVI input connection example Notes Dual link DVI: high bandwidth/frame rate Single link DVI video source Input 3 Single or Dual link DVI video source Input 9 Input 10 Single link DVI or HDMI video source Dual Pipe 3D video source Input 11: Input 9 MAIN and Input 10 SUB

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series 3D connections 3D sources up to 60Hz requiring frame doubling and left/ right interleaving 1. Connect to any of the inputs on the rear connection panel. • Set 3D Type in the 3D menu to match the format of the incoming signal. Choose from Sequential, Top-and-Bottom and Side-by-Side (Half). 3D sources above 60Hz not requiring frame doubling 1. Connect to either of the inputs on the side connection panel. 2. Set 3D Type in the 3D menu to Auto, except when the projector has problems selecting between Sequential, Frame Packing, Top-and-Bottom and Side-by-Side (Half). Dual Pipe 3D • Connect to both of the inputs on the side connection panel. Input 9 (Main/DVI) is the left image, and Input 10 (Sub/HDMI) is the right image. Connection Guide SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS 1 Rear connection panel 2 Side connection panel 1 2 Notes WUXGA (1920x1200) is only available at 50 and 60Hz on input 3. For WUXGA 3D, we recommend the use of input 9. For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and control connectors, see Appendix E: Wiring Details in the Reference Guide. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series 3D Sync in • Sync input signal. Connect the 3D sync from your graphics card or server. 3D Sync out SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS Notes For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and

• Sync output signal. This may be affected by the Sync Offset and Output Sync Polarity settings in the 3D menu. Connect this to your IR emitter or ZScreen. 1 Sync In 2 Sync Out 3 3D input 4 3D Sync In 5 3D Sync Out 6 IR emitter or ZScreen 6 Connection Guide 1 2 Side Connection Panel 3 4 5 control connectors, see Appendix E: Wiring Details in the Reference Guide. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series 3D connection examples SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS Notes

3D sources up to 60Hz, requiring frame doubling and left/right interleaving Video Any input (1-11) Sync Sync in 3D server 3D sources above 60Hz Video Inputs 9, 10 and 11 Sync out Use inputs 1-8 if the geometry of the image needs to be adjusted. ZScreen or IR emitter

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Control Connections 1 Update port CONTROL CONNECTIONS Notes For a complete listing of pin

All of the projector’s features can be controlled via a serial connection, using the commands described in the Protocol Guide. In addition, the Update port is used to download, via LAN, firmware updates issued from time to time by Digital Projection. Use a crossed LAN cable to connect directly to a computer, or an uncrossed cable to connect to a network hub. 2 Wired remote control input If infrared signals from the remote control cannot reach the projector due to excessive distance or obstructions such as walls or cabinet doors, you can connect an external IR repeater to the remote control input, and position its IR sensor within range of the operator. 3 Wired remote control output To synchronise the control of multiple projectors, connect the wired remote output of one projector to the wired remote input of another. 4 RS232 All of the projector’s features can be controlled via a serial connection, using the commands described in the Protocol Guide. Use a null-modem cable to connect directly to a computer, or a straight cable to connect to a modem. 5 LAN The projector Warp function is controlled through this port. In addition, this port can be used with the Virtual OSD to control the projector. Use a crossed LAN cable to connect directly to a computer, or an uncrossed cable to connect to a network hub. 6 Service port The Service port is used to download, via USB, firmware updates issued from time to time by Digital Projection. Connection Guide 1 6 2 3 4 5 Rear Connection Panel configurations for all signal and control connectors, see Appendix E: Wiring Details in the Reference Guide. Only one remote connection (RS232 or LAN) should be used at any one time. Plugging in the remote control cable will disable the infrared receivers. For a list of all commands used to control the projector via a serial connection or LAN, see the Protocol Guide. For details on using the Virtual OSD, see the Protocol Guide. Rev L October 2015

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LAN connection examples Notes Crossed LAN cable Computer Projector Un-crossed LAN cables

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RS232 connection example Notes Null-modem cable Computer Projector 1 Rear connection panel 1 RS232

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Using The Menus............................................................................................... 40 Menus and sub-menus .............................................................................................40 Drop-down lists.........................................................................................................41 Sliders ........................................................................................................................42 Commands.................................................................................................................42 Editing fields..............................................................................................................43 Using The Projector ......................................................................................... 44 Main menu .................................................................................................................44 Lens menu .................................................................................................................45 Zoom...............................................................................................................................45 Focus ..............................................................................................................................45 Calibrate Zoom and Calibrate Focus ..............................................................................45 Center Lens ....................................................................................................................45 Nudge .............................................................................................................................46 Lens Presets ...................................................................................................................46 Image menu ...............................................................................................................47 Video Filters ....................................................................................................................47 VGA Setup ......................................................................................................................47 Color menu ................................................................................................................48 Gamut .............................................................................................................................48 Black Level and Gain sliders...........................................................................................48 Geometry menu.........................................................................................................49 Aspect Ratio....................................................................................................................49 Overscan.........................................................................................................................49 Size & Position................................................................................................................50 Blanking ..........................................................................................................................50 Geometry Engine............................................................................................................51 Operating Guide Edge Blend menu......................................................................................................57 Overview.........................................................................................................................57 Array H Position and V Position......................................................................................58 S-Curve Value.................................................................................................................59 Blending..........................................................................................................................61 Segmentation..................................................................................................................62 Blend Width.....................................................................................................................64 Black Level Uplift ............................................................................................................64 Reduce Black Level Uplift Width.....................................................................................65 Blending images from multiple projectors.............................................................68 Before you start...............................................................................................................68 Edge Blend procedure ....................................................................................................69 PIP menu....................................................................................................................77 3D menu.....................................................................................................................78 3D types..........................................................................................................................79 Some 3D settings explained ....................................................................................81 Dark Time........................................................................................................................81 Source Dominance .........................................................................................................81 Sync Offset......................................................................................................................81 Frame Rate Multiplier......................................................................................................82 Lamps menu..............................................................................................................83 Setup menu................................................................................................................84 Reset Default Settings ....................................................................................................84 Input Configuration..........................................................................................................85 Network...........................................................................................................................86 On Screen Display 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Information menu......................................................................................................92 Lamps .............................................................................................................................92 Configuration...................................................................................................................93 Operating Guide Rev L October 2015 Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Using The Menus USING THE MENUS Notes

Use the buttons on the projector control panel or on the remote control, to access the menu system. • To open or close the on-screen display (OSD), press MENU. Menus and sub-menus • To open a sub-menu, select it using the UP and DOWN arrow buttons, then press OK. • To return to the previous menu, press EXIT. Operating Guide Some menu items may not be available due to settings in other menus. These will be grayed out on the actual menu. When a globe icon appears next to a setting, the setting affects all sources and all inputs; otherwise, only the current input source will be affected if you change the setting. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Drop-down lists To use a drop-down list: 1. Navigate to the drop-down list in the menu and press OK. 2. Highlight an item from the list using the UP and DOWN arrow buttons. 3. Press OK again to select the highlighted item, or press EXIT to exit without changing. Operating Guide USING THE MENUS Notes Some menu items may not be available due to settings in other menus. These will be grayed out on the actual menu. When a globe icon appears next to a setting, the setting affects all sources and all inputs; otherwise, only the current input source will be affected if you change the setting. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Sliders To use a slider, press the LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons to adjust it. Commands USING THE MENUS Notes Some menu items may not be available due to settings in other menus. These will be grayed out on the actual menu. When a globe icon appears next to a setting, the setting affects all sources and all inputs; otherwise, only the current input source will be affected if you change the setting. To use a command, press OK. In the example below, press OK to confirm, or press EXIT to cancel. Operating Guide Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Editing fields Some features require a text or numeric field to be edited. USING THE MENUS Notes 1. To edit a field, first select it using the LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons, then press OK. 2. Use the LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons to move the green highlight to the digit or character which is to be changed, then use UP and DOWN to adjust it. 3. Use the LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons to select the next digit or character. 4. Press OK to accept the new value, or press EXIT to exit without changing. The highlighted digit is being edited Operating Guide Some menu items may not be available due to settings in other menus. These will be grayed out on the actual menu. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Using The Projector Main menu • Input Selection Select an input source from the drop-down list. • Test Pattern USING THE PROJECTOR Notes See also Using The Menus earlier in this guide and Appendix D: Menu Map in the Reference Guide. Main Menu Set Input Selection to Test pattern and then select a test pattern from the drop-down list. • Lens, Image, Color and Geometry Open these sub-menus to access various picture and screen settings. • Edge Blend / PIP PIP and Edge Blend are mutually exclusive modes of operation. When the projector is in Edge Blend mode (as shown in the picture), PIP is not available, and vice versa. • 3D Access 3D settings. • Lamps Select lamp configuration and adjust lamp power. • Setup Adjust Input Configuration, Network, On Screen Display and System settings. • Information View your current configuration. Operating Guide You can also select an input source by pressing the following buttons on the remote control: 1 to 9 for inputs 1 to 9, 10+ for input 10 and # for input 11. Inputs 9, 10 and 11 are not available on 2D models. Test patterns are subject to image controls, so brightness, contrast etc. will affect their appearance on screen. Do not use the provided test patterns for ColorMax. You can upload custom test patterns using a network connection - see Virtual OSD in the Protocol Guide. The 3D menu is not available with 2D projectors. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Lens menu Zoom To move the lens in or out: 1. Select Zoom In or Zoom Out, then press OK. 2. When the image is the desired size, select Zoom Stop and then press OK. Focus To adjust the focus: 1. Select Focus Near or Focus Far, then press OK. 2. When the image is correctly focussed, select Focus Stop and then press OK. Calibrate Zoom and Calibrate Focus USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Lens You can also move the lens, focus and zoom using the keypad or the remote: • Press SHIFT followed by an arrow button to shift the lens up, down, left and right. • Press FOCUS followed by the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to adjust the focus. • Press ZOOM followed by the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to Each time a new lens is fitted into the projector, a calibration procedure must be carried out using these commands. Before you use a newly fitted lens, select Calibrate Zoom and Calibrate Focus in turn and wait until the projector establishes minimum and maximum travel distances. Select one command and allow at least 60 seconds for the calibration to take place, then select the other command. Center Lens To center the lens, select Center Lens and press OK. Operating Guide zoom in and out. You can also calibrate zoom and focus using the keypad: • Press RPY followed by the RIGHT arrow button to calibrate the lens zoom mechanism. • Press RPY followed by the LEFT arrow button to calibrate the lens focus mechanism. You can calibrate the lens using the remote. Depending on the remote you are using: • On 105-023 Rev A, press RPY followed by the arrow buttons (RIGHT to calibrate zoom, LEFT to calibrate focus). • On 105-023 Rev B, press and hold CAL, then press ZOOM or FOCUS. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Nudge To position the image correctly on the screen, use the Nudge controls. Lens Presets USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Lens Nudge This menu allows you to save up to five custom lens presets, which you can recall later. To save a preset using the remote, press and hold SAVE, then press the number button for the preset you wish to save. To recall a preset using the remote: • On remote 105-023 Rev A, press and hold PRESET, then press a number button 1 to 5. • On remote 105-023 Rev B, press and hold LOAD, then press a number button 1 to 5. Operating Guide Main Menu Lens Lens Presets To determine which remote control you are using, see Remote Control in the Installation and Quick Start Guide. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Image menu • Brightness, Contrast, Gamma, Hue and Saturation USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Set the slider or select from the drop-down list as required, to improve the quality of the image. • Black Level Offset Set this to 0 IRE or 7.5 IRE as required. • Use V Position and H Position to adjust the position manually. Video Filters Set the sliders or select from the drop-down list as required, to improve the quality of the image: • Sharpness - a peaking filter to increase high frequency/luminance information. • Detail - a filter which removes low frequency image components. • Luma Sharpness - a filter which enhances luminance sharpness. • Chroma Sharpness - a filter which enhances the color sharpness of the chrominance signal by increasing the steepness of color edges. • Recursive NR - a noise reduction filter which reduces spatial & temporal noise (only applicable to standard definition video signals). • Mosquito NR - a noise reduction filter which reduces block artifacts (only applicable to standard definition video signals). • Cross Color Suppression - a filter which reduces luminance to chrominance crosstalk on Composite Video signals. The crosstalk appears as a rainbow pattern in regions of fine detail. VGA Setup Use Auto Setup to allow the projector to detect the appropriate settings automatically. If you require manual adjustment: • Set the Phase slider to correct for shimmering or poor quality definition on, for example, fine text. • Set the Total H Samples slider to match the resolution of the incoming video signal. Operating Guide Main Menu Image Settings can be accessed from the remote control as well. If your remote is 105-023 Rev A, you can press BRI, CON or SAT. On 105-023 Rev B, press BRI, CON or GAMMA. Hue applies only to NTSC signals. When a new input mode is detected (e.g. NTSC, HDTV 1080p, SVGA etc.), all the input settings are saved so that they can be recalled next time that input mode is displayed. Main Menu Image Video Filters Main Menu Image VGA Setup VGA Setup is not available unless a VGA signal is present. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Color menu Gamut Peak gives you the brightest possible image. USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Choose HDTV for high definition standards and SDTV for standard definition standards. A value between 3200K and 9000K selects the relevant color temperature. You can upload your own gamut using the Projector Controller software, and then select it from the User 1 and User 2 settings. Black Level and Gain sliders Set the sliders as required. Operating Guide Color The Projector Controller software is available for download from the Digital Projection website, free of charge. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Geometry menu Aspect Ratio USING THE PROJECTOR Notes

Choose between Source, Fill Display, Fill & Crop, Anamorphic and TheaterScope. Some devices (e.g. certain DVD players) pack a 16:9 image into a 4:3 aspect ratio. In such cases to display the image correctly, choose the Anamorphic aspect ratio. Overscan Set this slider to compensate for noisy or badly defined image edges. Image with noisy edges Overscanned imageOperating Guide Main Menu Geometry An anamorphic lens (optional accessory) is used with the TheaterScope setting, to ensure that for a 2.35:1 image, the maximum area of the DMD is used, giving maximum image brightness. For examples of how the different aspect ratios affect screen dimensions, see Aspect Ratios Explained in the Reference Guide. Items on this page may be unavailable depending on the Geometry Engine setting. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Size & Position • Set Enable to On or Off. • Use Setting to choose: Global, in which case these settings will be applied to all signals on all inputs. USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Geometry Size & Position or Per Mode, in which case these settings will be applied only to the current input signal. • Set the H Position and V Position sliders as required. • Set H Size and V Size. When Aspect Lock is set to On, the V Size slider is disabled. • Select Reset and press OK to reset all the sliders. Blanking Blanking curtains can be applied to each edge of the projected image. • Set Enable to On or Off. • Set the sliders as required. Operating Guide Main Menu Geometry Blanking Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Geometry Engine Choose from Keystone, Cornerstone, Rotation, Warp or Off. USING THE PROJECTOR Notes • If Geometry Engine is set to Keystone, set the H Keystone and V Keystone sliders to correct for any distortion caused by the projector being in a different horizontal or vertical plane to the screen. 1 2 3 1 The projector is positioned at an angle 2 The resulting image is distorted 3 The image is corrected when Keystone is applied Operating Guide Main Menu Geometry Some items on this menu may be unavailable depending on the Geometry Engine setting. If possible, position the projector facing the screen at a right angle to avoid geometry corrections. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Geometry Engine (continued) Keystone settings 1 Projector to the left 1 The projector is positioned to the left of the screen. To correct, apply a positive H Keystone value using the RIGHT arrow button. 2 Projector to the right The projector is positioned to the right of the screen. To correct, apply a negative H Keystone value using the LEFT arrow button. 3 Projector high The projector is positioned above the screen at a downward angle. To correct, apply a negative V Keystone value using the LEFT arrow button. 4 Projector low The projector is positioned below the screen at an upward angle. To correct, apply a positive V Keystone value using the RIGHT arrow button. 5 Projector straight The projector is directly opposite the screen at a right angle both horizontally and vertically. No correction is needed. Operating Guide USING THE PROJECTOR 2 3 5 4 Horizontal and vertical keystone corrections Notes Main Menu Geometry If possible, position the projector facing the screen at a right angle to avoid geometry corrections. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Geometry Engine (continued) USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Geometry • Pincushion / Barrel is enabled if Geometry Engine is set to Keystone or Rotation. Set the slider to correct for any distortion caused by the screen being concave or convex. Pincushion Barrel Operating Guide Some items on this menu may be unavailable depending on the Geometry Engine setting. If possible, position the projector facing the screen at a right angle to avoid geometry corrections. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Geometry Engine (continued) USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Geometry Some items on this menu may be unavailable depending on the Geometry Engine setting. • If Geometry Engine is set to Rotation, set the Rotation slider to rotate the image on the screen. 1 DMD position If possible, position the projector facing the screen at a right angle to avoid geometry corrections. The DMD is not rotated. 2 Area outside DMD The corners of the rotated image leave the DMD and appear cropped. 3 Angle of rotation The angle equals the Rotation setting. In this example the angle is 25°, therefore Rotation = 25. Operating Guide 1 2 3 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Geometry Engine (continued) Warp Map USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Geometry Some items on this menu may be unavailable depending on the

Using DP Warp Generator, an external Digital Projection computer application, up to eight customised warp maps can be created and uploaded to the projector. If Geometry Engine is set to Warp, and any warp maps have been uploaded, you can select from the drop-down list. 1 2 3 1 Distorted image The image is projected on an uneven surface. 2 Warp map The map mirrors the surface - raised areas on the surface correspond to hollow areas on the map, and vice versa. 3 Corrected image With the warp map applied, the projector compensates for the surface and the projected image appears undistorted. Operating Guide Geometry Engine setting. If possible, position the projector facing the screen at a right angle to avoid geometry corrections. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Geometry Engine (continued) Cornerstone If Cornerstone is selected from the main Geometry page, you can use the sliders to stretch the image from each of the four corners. Operating Guide USING THE PROJECTOR Upper Right X and Upper Right Y correction Notes Main Menu Geometry Cornerstone Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Edge Blend menu The Edge Blend menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. Overview When several projectors are used to create a large tiled image, the edges need to be blended to avoid the overlaps appearing brighter than the rest of the image. As it is not possible for any projector to produce an absolute black, any ‘black’ areas in the overlapped edges may appear slightly less dark than those in the rest of the image. Black Level Uplift can be used to counteract this effect, by raising the black level of the rest of the image. The amount of uplift required will be either x2 or x4, depending on how many images are overlapped, as shown in the examples on this page. USING THE PROJECTOR 1 2 1 x2 uplift area 2 no uplift Notes Main Menu Edge Blend This menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. None of the other items in this menu are available until either the Array Width or the Array Height setting is greater than 1. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in

Image brightness changes from one point to another, within the same blended region. If the same level of black level uplift is applied throughout the blended region, the overlapping edges may still be visible on the screen. Therefore, brightness in these areas is decreased gradually, using an s-curve factor. S-Curve Value is used to control the steepness of the decrease. Operating Guide this section. Two projectors sharing one overlapping edge 1 2 3 1 x4 uplift area 2 x2 uplift area 3 no uplift Four projectors with overlapping edges Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Array Width and Height • Set this to the total number of projectors in the array. None of the other options are available until one of these two settings is greater than 1. The maximum number of projectors is 4 x 4. Array H Position and V Position • These two parameters need to be set correctly for each projector in the array, so that it can determine which edges are to be blended. Sometimes only one edge overlaps, sometimes two, three or four. Example The illustration shows an array of sixteen projectors. Array Width and Array Height of all projectors have been set up as follows: • Array Width = 4 • Array Height = 4 Array H Position and Array V Position of each projector have been set up to reflect its vertical and horizontal position in the array. The settings for the third projector in the second row 1 are: • Array H Position = 2 • Array V Position = 1 Operating Guide USING THE PROJECTOR Array H Position: 0 to 3 3 o t 0 : n o i t i s o 1 P V y a r r A Example array of sixteen projectors Notes Main Menu Edge Blend This menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. None of the other items in this menu are available until either the Array Width or the Array Height setting is greater than 1. The position numbering starts from zero, so the top left projector is at position H 0, V 0. Which settings are available in these menus depends on: ● the number of projectors in the array ● the position of the projector in the array An image like the one shown here can be produced by an array of 16 projectors only if Segmentation is set to ON, or if an external tool is used to split the image into segments. See Segmentation further in this section. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series S-Curve Value • In the regions where two or more projectors overlap, the brightness of the signal is decreased to blend the images. S-Curve Value controls the steepness of this decrease. USING THE PROJECTOR 1 t h g i l f o t n u o m a = Y Notes Main Menu Edge Blend This menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. None of the other items in this menu are available until either the Array Width or the Array Height setting is greater than 1. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section.

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series S-Curve Value (continued) USING THE PROJECTOR Notes When images overlap, the area of overlap receives light from all overlapping sources. Without S-Curve, the overlapping edges would be brighter than the rest of the image, as shown in Fig. 1. Fig. 1: Overlapping edges without S-Curve If two reciprocal s-curves are used to control the amount of light from each source in the overlapping region, the total amount of light in the region would remain constant, as shown in Fig. 2. Fig. 2: Applying S-Curve to overlapping edges Operating Guide Main Menu Edge Blend This menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. None of the other items in this menu are available until either the Array Width or the Array Height setting is greater than 1. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Blending This setting enables s-curve blending, or displays an align pattern to help define overlaps between segments. Set Blending to: 1 Off Edge Blend is not used. 2 On S-curves are enabled in the overlapping regions. 3 Align Pattern The align pattern makes the overlaps more visible and helps adjust the physical position of the projectors in the array. The size of the align pattern is controlled by the Blend Width group of settings. Operating Guide USING THE PROJECTOR 1 2 3 Notes Main Menu Edge Blend This menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. None of the other items in this menu are available until either the Array Width or the Array Height setting is greater than 1. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Segmentation Segmentation can be used if the same image is fed into each projector. USING THE PROJECTOR Notes • If Segmentation is Off, every projector in the array will display the whole image. • If this setting is On, each projector will display its own segment only. Set to Off if you have external software that handles segmentation. Segmentation off Segmentation on Operating Guide Main Menu Edge Blend This menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. None of the other items in this menu are available until either the Array Width or the Array Height setting is greater than 1. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Segmentation (continued) An example array: USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Edge Blend 1 2 3 1 Image source For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. DVD player, Blu-ray, computer, etc. 2 Distribution Amplifier Sends the source image to all projectors in the array. 3 Array (Segmentation is on) Each projector displays a segment. Operating Guide Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Blend Width Use this to set the width of the blended regions. 1 Top Blend Region 2 Bottom Blend Region 3 Left Blend Region 4 Right Blend Region 3 Black Level Uplift Overlapping edges may appear lighter than the rest of the image. Counteract this effect by raising black levels in the rest of the image. The amount of uplift required will be either x2 or x4, depending on how many images are overlapped. The following example shows a segment with overlapping edges on all sides. 5 Unblended Region This region is not overlapped. Black level should be raised by the maximum overlap occurring within the segment, therefore Black Level Uplift should be x4. 6 Upper Middle This section of the image is overlapped by two projectors, therefore the correct amount of Black Level Uplift should be x2. 7 Upper Right This part of the image is overlapped by four projectors, therefore Black Level Uplift should not be applied. Operating Guide USING THE PROJECTOR 1 2 4 5 6 7 Notes To apply the settings in these menus, use the Apply command at the bottom of each page. Main Menu Edge Blend Blend Width Main Menu Edge Blend Black Level Uplift For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Reduce Black Level Uplift Width USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Use this to correct for stray light from the pond of mirrors, the DMD’s inactive outermost mirrors. In the example below, the blended image comes from two projectors, 1 and 2 . Both images have black level uplift applied in their unblended regions; as a result, artifacts 3 and 4 have emerged at the edges where the black level uplift region of one projector overlaps the pond of mirrors of the other. To remove the artifcats, you need to slightly reduce the size of the black level uplift region of each projector so it does not overlap the pond of mirrors of the other projector. 1 2 3 4 Operating Guide Main Menu Edge Blend Reduce Black Level Uplift Width To apply the settings in this menu, use the Apply Uplift command at the bottom of the page. For additional information, see The DMD™ in the Reference Guide. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Reduce Black Level Uplift Width (continued) A detailed view of one of the projectors in a two-projector array: 1 Black level uplift region This image occupies the left half of a two-projector array. Black level uplift has created artifacts on the edges of the blend region. 2 Artifact (left) This artifact is caused by the other projector’s pond of mirrors overlapping the black level uplift region of this projector. It can be eliminated if the black level uplift width of this projector is reduced. 3 Blend region The area in the middle of the array, where the two images overlap. Black level uplift has not been applied here. 4 Artifact (right) This artifact is caused by this projector’s pond of mirrors overlapping the black level uplift region of the other projector. It can be eliminated if the black level uplift width of the other projector is reduced. Operating Guide USING THE PROJECTOR 1 2 3 4 Notes Main Menu Edge Blend Reduce Black Level Uplift Width For additional information, see The DMD™ in the Reference Guide. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Reduce Black Level Uplift Width (continued) In the Reduce Black Level Uplift Width menu, settings correspond to coordinates within the unblended regions. Only relevant coordinates are enabled. To remove the artifact on the left: 1. Open the Reduce Black Level Uplift Width menu of the projector on the left. 2. Adjust Upper Right X and Lower Right X. 3. Select Apply Uplift. The black level uplift region of this projector will withdraw from the pond of mirrors of the other projector and the artifact will disappear. To remove the artifact on the right, • Open the Reduce Black Level Uplift Width menu of the projector on the right and adjust Upper Left X and Lower Left X, then select Apply Uplift. Operating Guide USING THE PROJECTOR Notes Main Menu Edge Blend Reduce Black Level Uplift Width To apply the settings in this menu, use the Apply Uplift command at the bottom of the page. For additional information, see The DMD™ in the Reference Guide. For a detailed step-by-step description of the edge blend process, see Blending images from multiple projectors further in this section. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Blending images from multiple projectors USING THE PROJECTOR Notes The following procedure explains how to set up an array of projectors and how to blend the images together. Before you start Position the projectors Ensure that all projectors are in good working order. Position the projectors so that they are within the required throw distance range. Position the screen where it will remain during operation. In the initial stages of the procedure you will be using test patterns, therefore it is not necessary to connect the input at this stage. However, you need to make sure that you are able to connect the inputs without moving the projectors. Control the projectors You can control the projectors individually by using: • their respective control panels, or • a dedicated remote control for each projector, or • a single remote control for all projectors. To do so, you need to assign a different IR address for each projector. Consider connecting the projectors in a network and using the Projector Controller application to monitor the projectors and change settings on the whole array at once. Operating Guide For information about changing the IR address of a projector, see Setting up an IR address further in this guide. The Projector Controller software is available for download from the Digital Projection website, free of charge. For information about setting up a network, see Network further in this guide. Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Edge Blend procedure 1. Align the projectors as they will be used in the array. USING THE PROJECTOR Notes

Each projector should be perpendicular to the screen, or as close as possible. Ideally, each projector should allow for a minimum of 20% screen overlap where it is adjoined by other projectors. Overlaps should be the same in size across the array. How to align the projectors: • Ideally, all alignment should be achieved by physically moving the projectors and by using the Lens Shift and Zoom functions. • If necessary, use Image > V Position and H Position. • Do not use geometry corrections. 1 2 3 Example: 1080p projector overlapped on

all sides 1 Overlap to the left This overlap takes 20% of the image width, or s l e x i p 384 pixels. 6 1 2 2 Overlap to the top This overlap takes 20% of the image height, or 216 pixels. s l e x 3 Area without overlaps i p 0 This area is also called unblended region. 8 0 1 Operating Guide 1920 pixels 384 pixels A 1080p projector with 20% overlaps on all sides Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Edge Blend procedure (continued) 2. Ensure that all projectors are color-matched. USING THE PROJECTOR Notes If necessary, use the White Field test pattern and test the light output of each projector. Ensure the Color > Gamut setting has the same value across the array. Use Lamps > Lamp Power to compensate for different lamps. Even identical lamps change their light output with age and use. 1 2 Before color-match 1 2 1 Projector 1: incorrect settings Before the color-match this image has incorrect color gamut and lamp power settings 2 Projector 2: correct settings After color-match 3. Enter the correct gamma setting. Adjust the gamma setting using the Image > Gamma control. For video sources, such as Blu-ray or DVD, use a value of 2.2; for computer graphics use 2.4. The images may still look slightly different at this stage. It is OK to continue. Operating Guide Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Edge Blend procedure (continued) 4. Set up the array. USING THE PROJECTOR Notes

For each projector, open the Edge Blend menu and enter Array Width, Array Height, Array H Position and Array V Position. Array Width and Array Height should be identical for all projectors. These settings define the size of the array. For example, a two-by two array will have the following values: • Array Width = 2 • Array Height = 2 The top left projector will have Array H Position = 0 and Array V Position = 0.

1 Top left Array H Position = 0 Array V Position = 0 2 Top right Array H Position = 1 Array V Position = 0 3 Bottom left Array H Position = 0 Array V Position = 1 4 Bottom right Array H Position = 1 Array V Position = 1 Operating Guide 1 2 3 4 Rev L October 2015

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Digital Projection Titan Quad / Super Quad / 930 Series Edge Blend procedure (continued) 5. Define blend regions. From the Edge Blend menu on all projectors, set Blending to Align Pattern. Set up Blend Width on each projector so that the align patterns overlap perfectly and completely cover the blend regions (Fig. 2). If necessary, physically move the projectors and/or use Lens Shift and Zoom again to align the array perfectly USING THE PROJECTOR Notes

Fig. 1 Align patterns make it easy to see where the overlap is not perfect

Fig. 2 1 Left projector 2 Align pattern of left projector The red arrow next to the align pattern shows what correction needs to be made for the align pattern to cover the whole blend region. 3 Blend region The brighter ribbon in the middle is overlap area not covered by the align patterns. 4 Align pattern of right projector The red arrow next to the align pattern shows what correction needs to be made for the align pattern to cover the whole blend region. 5 Right projector 1 2 3 4 5

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