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PDF Content Summary: Operating Instructions Functional Manual DLP™ Projector Commercial Use Model No. PT-FRZ60 PT-FRZ50 Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product. ■ This manual is common to all the models regardless of suffixes of the Model No. ⌘ for Taiwan BT: Black model ⌘ for India BD: Black model ⌘ for other countries or regions B: Black model W: White model ■ Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual for future use. ■ Before using this product, be sure to read “Read this first!” (x pages 4 to 13). ENGLISH

DPQP1349ZA/X1 Contents Contents

Read this first! 4 Chapter 1 Preparation Precautions for use 17 Intended use of the product 17 Lens protection material 17 Cautions when transporting 17 Cautions when installing 17 Security 19 DIGITAL LINK 20 Art-Net 20 Application software supported by the projector 20 Storage 20 Disposal 20 Cautions on use 20 Accessories 22 Optional accessories 23 About your projector 24 Remote control 24 Projector body 25 Preparing the remote control 28 Inserting and removing the batteries 28 When using the multiple projectors 28 Chapter 2 Getting Started Setting up 30 Usable outlet 30 Installation mode 30 Parts for installation (optional) 31 Projected image and throw distance 31 Connecting 34 Before connecting 34 Connecting example: AV equipment 34 Connecting example: Computers 35 Connecting example using DIGITAL LINK 36 Chapter 3 Basic Operations Switching on/off the projector 39 Connecting the power cord 39 Power indicator 39 Switching on the projector 40 When the initial setting screen is displayed 41 When the administrator account setting screen is displayed 44 Making adjustments and selections 45 Switching off the projector 46 Projecting 48 Selecting the input signal 48 Adjusting the image 49 Adjusting adjustable feet 50 Adjustment range by the lens position shift (optical shift) 50 Operating with the remote control 51 Using the shutter function 51 Using the mute function 51 Adjusting the volume 52 Using the freeze function 52 Using the on-screen display function 52 Using the automatic setup function 53 Using the screen adjustment function 53 Switching the image aspect ratio 54 Using the function button 54 Displaying internal test pattern 54 Using the status function 54 Using the ECO management function 55 Using the HDMI-CEC function 55 Setting ID number of the remote control 55 Chapter 4 Settings Menu navigation 58 Navigating through the menu 58 Main menu 59 Sub-menu 60 [PICTURE] menu 63 [PICTURE MODE] 63 [CONTRAST] 63 [BRIGHTNESS] 63 [COLOR] 64 [TINT] 64 [COLOR TEMPERATURE] 64 [WHITE GAIN] 65 [GAMMA] 66 [DAYLIGHT VIEW] 66 [SHARPNESS] 66 [NOISE REDUCTION] 67 [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] 67 [SYSTEM SELECTOR] 67 sRGB-compliant video 68 [POSITION] menu 69 [SHIFT] 69 [ASPECT] 69 [ZOOM] 70 [CLOCK PHASE] 71 [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] 71 [ADVANCED MENU] menu 74 [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] 74 [BLANKING] 74 [INPUT RESOLUTION] 75 [CLAMP POSITION] 75 [EDGE BLENDING] 75 [FRAME RESPONSE] 77 [RASTER POSITION] 77 [DISPLAY LANGUAGE] menu 78

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Contents Changing the display language 78 [CONTROL DEVICE PASSWORD CHANGE] 119 [DISPLAY OPTION] menu 79 [COLOR MATCHING] 79 [COLOR CORRECTION] 80 [SCREEN SETTING] 80 [AUTO SIGNAL] 81 [AUTO SETUP] 81 [COMPUTER IN/OUT] 82 [HDMI IN] 84 [DIGITAL LINK IN] 85 [ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] 87 [CLOSED CAPTION SETTING] (for NTSC or 480/60i YCBCR signal input only) 89 [BACK COLOR] 89 [STARTUP LOGO] 90 [UNIFORMITY] 90 [SHUTTER SETTING] 91 [FREEZE] 92 [WAVEFORM MONITOR] 92 [CUT OFF] 93 [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu 94 [PROJECTOR ID] 94 [PROJECTION METHOD] 94 [ECO MANAGEMENT] 95 [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL] 98 [SCHEDULE] 102 [INITIAL STARTUP] 104 [STARTUP INPUT SELECT] 104 [RS-232C] 105 [FUNCTION BUTTON] 105 [AUDIO SETTING] 106 [DC OUT] 107 [STATUS] 108 [DATE AND TIME] 109 [SAVE ALL USER DATA] 109 [LOAD ALL USER DATA] 110 [HDMI CEC] 110 [INITIALIZE] 112 [SERVICE PASSWORD] 112 [TEST PATTERN] menu 113 [TEST PATTERN] 113 [SIGNAL LIST] menu 114 Registering new signals 114 Renaming the registered signal 114 Deleting the registered signal 114 Protecting the registered signal 115 Expanding signal lock-in range 115 Sub memory 116 [SECURITY] menu 117 [SECURITY PASSWORD] 117 [SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE] 117 [DISPLAY SETTING] 117 [TEXT CHANGE] 118 [CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] 118 [NETWORK] menu 120 [ETHERNET TYPE] 120 [DIGITAL LINK] 120 [WIRED LAN] 122 [PROJECTOR NAME] 122 [NETWORK STATUS] 122 [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] 123 [NETWORK CONTROL] 125 [PJLink] 125 [Art-Net] 127 Chapter 5 Operations Network connection 130 Connecting to the network 130 Web control function 133 Computer that can be used for setting 133 Accessing from the web browser 133 Using HDMI-CEC function 150 Connecting a CEC-compatible device 150 Setting the projector and CEC-compatible device 150 Operating the CEC-compatible device with the projector remote control 150 About the link control 151 Updating the firmware 152 Updating the firmware via LAN 152 Chapter 6 Maintenance Light source/temperature indicators 158 When an indicator lights up 158 Maintenance 160 Before maintaining the projector 160 Maintenance 160 Troubleshooting 161 [SELF TEST] indications 163 Chapter 7 Appendix Technical information 166 Using the PJLink function 166 Using Art-Net function 167 Control commands via LAN 170 <SERIAL IN> terminal 172 <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal/<COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal pin assignments and signal names 175 List of compatible signals 176 Specifications 179 Dimensions 182 Precautions for attaching the Ceiling Mount Bracket 183 Index 184

ENGLISH - 3 Read this first! Read this first! WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED. WARNING: To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. This device is not intended for use in the direct field of view at visual display workplaces. To avoid incommoding reflexions at visual display workplaces this device must not be placed in the direct field of view. The equipment is not intended for used at a video workstation in compliance BildscharbV. The sound pressure level at the operator position is equal or less than 70 dB (A) according to ISO 7779. WARNING: 1. Remove the plug from the mains socket when this unit is not in use for a prolonged period of time. 2. To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. 3. Do not remove the earthing pin on the mains plug. This apparatus is equipped with a three prong earthing type mains plug. This plug will only fit an earthing-type mains socket. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the mains socket, contact an electrician. Do not defeat the purpose of the earthing plug. WARNING: This equipment is compliant with Class A of CISPR32. In a residential environment this equipment may cause radio interference. (for Taiwan) WARNING: This equipment complies with the Class A standard of CNS13438. This is Class A information technology equipment that may cause radio frequency interference when used in a residential environment, in which the user will be required to take certain appropriate countermeasures. CAUTION: To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions. This includes using the provided power cord and shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices. Also, any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment could void the user’s authority to operate this device. This is a device to project images onto a screen, etc., and is not intended for use as indoor lighting in a domestic environment. Directive 2009/125/EC WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DON’T OPEN. or Indicated on the projector The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product. 4 - ENGLISH Read this first! WARNING: Do not look at the light emitted from the lens while the projector is being used. As with any bright source, do not stare into the direct beam, RG2 IEC 62471-5:2015. Indicated on the projector Notice on laser This projector is the Class 1 laser product that complies with IEC/EN 60825-1:2014. DANGER-CLASS 4 LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AVOID EYE OR SKIN EXPOSURE TO DIRECT OR SCATTERED RADIATION DANGER-RAYONNEMENT LASER DE CLASSE 4 - EN CAS D'OUVERTURE EXPOSITION DANGEREUSE AU RAYONNEMENT DIRECT OU DIFFUS DES YEUX OU DE LA PEAU (Inside of product) DPQT1359ZA Notice on laser (for Taiwan) This projector is the Class 1 laser product that complies with IEC/EN 60825-1:2014. CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. CAUTION (North/Middle/South America) Power Supply: This Projector is designed to operate on 100 V - 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz AC, house current only. CAUTION: The AC power cord which is supplied with the projector as an accessory can only be used for power supplies up to 125 V. If you need to use higher voltages than this, you will need to obtain a separate 250 V power cord. If you use the accessory cord in such situations, fire may result. CAUTION (North/Middle/South America/Taiwan) This equipment is equipped with a three-pin grounding-type power plug. Do not remove the grounding pin on the power plug. This plug will only fit a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician. Do not defeat the purpose of the grounding plug. Do not remove ENGLISH - 5 Read this first! WARNING (USA and Canada) f Not for use in a computer room as defined in the Standard for the Protection of Electronic Computer/Data Processing Equipment, ANSI/NFPA 75. f For permanently connected equipment, a readily accessible disconnect device shall be incorporated in the building installation wiring. f For pluggable equipment, the socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. NOTIFICATION (Canada) This class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. For USA-California Only This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery which contains Perchlorate Material – special handling may apply. See dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate FCC NOTICE (USA) Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity Model Number: PT-FRZ60W / PT-FRZ60B / PT-FRZ50W / PT-FRZ50B Trade Name: Panasonic Responsible Party: Panasonic Corporation of North America Address: Two Riverfront Plaza, Newark, NJ 07102-5490 General Contact: panasonic.com/support Projector Contact: panasonic.net/cns/projector/ This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Caution: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. FCC Warning: To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions. This includes using the provided power cord and shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices. Also, any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment could void the user’s authority to operate this device. 6 - ENGLISH Read this first! IMPORTANT: THE MOLDED PLUG FOR YOUR SAFETY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY. This appliance is supplied with a molded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 13 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse. If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you lose the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from an Authorized Service Center. If the fitted molded plug is unsuitable for the mains socket in your home, then the fuse should be removed and the plug cut off and disposed of safely. There is a danger of severe electrical shock if the cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp socket. If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below. If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician. WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are colored in accordance with the following code: Green - and - Yellow: Earth Blue: Neutral Brown: Live As the colors of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the colored markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows. The wire which is colored GREEN - AND - YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the Earth symbol or colored GREEN or GREEN - AND - YELLOW. The wire which is colored BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter N or colored BLACK. The wire which is colored BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or colored RED. How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse. Importer’s name and address within the European Union Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH Panasonic Testing Centre Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany ENGLISH - 7 Read this first! rHazard distance (IEC 62471-5:2015) The distance from the projection lens surface, at which the level of exposure has reached the level of the applicable Exposure Limit Value, is known as the hazard distance (HD) or safety distance. Do not look into the projected light from inside the hazard distance (within RG3 range). The eyes may be damaged by the direct irradiation. It is considered to be safe to look into the projected light from outside the hazard distance (within RG2 range).

RG2 rRisk group HD D1 RG3 RG2 D2 HD D3 RG3 D4

The projector is categorized as the risk group 2 when the hazard distance is less than 1 m (39-3/8"). It is categorized as the risk group 3 when the hazard distance exceeds 1 m (39-3/8"), and it will be for professional use instead of consumer use. In case of risk group 3, there is a possibility of damaging the eyes by direct irradiation when looking into the projection light from inside the hazard distance (within RG3 range). In case of risk group 2, it can be used safely without damaging the eyes in any condition. This projector is categorized as risk group 2. 8 - ENGLISH Read this first! WARNING: r POWER The wall outlet or the circuit breaker shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible when problems occur. If the following problems occur, cut off the power supply immediately. Continued use of the projector in these conditions will result in fire or electric shock, or will cause visual impairment. f If foreign objects or water get inside the projector, cut off the power supply. f If the projector is dropped or the cabinet is broken, cut off the power supply. f If you notice smoke, strange smells or noise coming from the projector, cut off the power supply. Please contact an Authorized Service Center for repairs, and do not attempt to repair the projector yourself. During a thunderstorm, do not touch the projector or the cable. Electric shocks can result. Do not do anything that might damage the power cord or the power plug. If the power cord is used while damaged, electric shocks, short-circuits or fire will result. f Do not damage the power cord, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it excessively, twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle. Ask an Authorized Service Center to carry out any repairs to the power cord that might be necessary. Do not use anything other than the provided power cord. Failure to observe this will result in electric shocks or fire. Please note that if you do not use the provided power cord to ground the device on the side of the outlet, this may result in electric shocks. Completely insert the power plug into the wall outlet and the power connector into the projector terminal. If the plug is not inserted correctly, electric shocks or overheating will result. f Do not use plugs which are damaged or wall outlets which are coming loose from the wall. Do not handle the power plug and power connector with wet hands. Failure to observe this will result in electric shocks. Do not overload the wall outlet. If the power supply is overloaded (ex., by using too many adapters), overheating may occur and fire will result. Clean the power plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust. Failure to observe this will cause a fire. f If dust builds up on the power plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation. f If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the power plug out from the wall outlet. Pull the power plug out from the wall outlet and wipe it with a dry cloth regularly. r ON USE/INSTALLATION Do not place the projector on soft materials such as carpets or sponge mats. Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause burns, fire or damage to the projector. Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may come into contact with oily smoke or steam. Using the projector under such conditions will result in fire, electric shocks or deterioration of components. Deterioration of components (such as ceiling mount brackets) may cause the projector which is mounted on the ceiling to fall down. Do not install this projector in a place which is not strong enough to take the full weight of the projector or on top of a surface which is sloped or unstable. Failure to observe this will cause projector to fall down or tip over the projector, and severe injury or damage could result. Do not install the projector in a location where people pass through. People may bump into the projector or trip on the power cord, which may result in fire, electric shock, or injury. ENGLISH - 9 Read this first! WARNING: Do not cover the intake/exhaust vents or place anything within 500 mm (19-11/16") of them. Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause fire or damage to the projector. f Do not place the projector in narrow, badly ventilated places. f Do not place the projector on cloth or papers, as these materials could be drawn into the intake vent. Do not look at or place your skin into the light emitted from the lens while the projector is being used. Do not enter the projection luminous flux using an optical device (such as magnifier or mirror). Doing so can cause burns or loss of sight. f Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. Do not look at or place your hands directly into this light. f Be especially careful not to let young children look into the lens. In addition, turn off the power and switch off the main power when you are away from the projector. Never attempt to remodel or disassemble the projector. High voltages can cause fire or electric shocks. f For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact an Authorized Service Center. Do not allow metal objects, flammable objects, or liquids to enter inside of the projector. Do not allow the projector to get wet. Doing so may cause short circuits or overheating, and result in fire, electric shock, or malfunction of the projector. f Do not place containers of liquid or metal objects near the projector. f If liquid enters inside of the projector, consult your dealer. f Particular attention must be paid to children. Use the ceiling mount bracket specified by Panasonic. Using the ceiling mount bracket other than the specified one will result in falling accidents. f Attach the supplied safety cable to the ceiling mount bracket to prevent the projector from falling down. Installation work such as mounting the projector on the ceiling should only be carried out by a qualified technician. If installation is not carried out and secured correctly, it can cause injury or accidents, such as electric shocks. r ACCESSORIES Do not use or handle the batteries improperly, and refer to the following. Failure to observe this will cause burns, batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire. f Do not use unspecified batteries. f Do not charge dry cell batteries. f Do not disassemble dry cell batteries. f Do not heat the batteries or place them into water or fire. f Do not allow the + and – terminals of the batteries to come into contact with metallic objects such as necklaces or hairpins. f Do not store or carry batteries together with metallic objects. f Store the batteries in a plastic bag and keep them away from metallic objects. f Make sure the polarities (+ and –) are correct when inserting the batteries. f Do not use a new battery together with an old battery or mix different types of batteries. f Do not use batteries with the outer cover peeling away or removed. If the battery fluid leaks, do not touch it with bare hands, and take the following measures if necessary. f Battery fluid on your skin or clothing could result in skin inflammation or injury. Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately. f Battery fluid coming in contact with your eyes could result in loss of sight. In this case, do not rub your eyes. Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately. Do not allow children to reach the batteries. Accidentally swallowing them can cause physical harm. f If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately. Remove the depleted batteries from the remote control promptly. f Leaving them in the unit may result in fluid leakage, overheating, or explosion of the batteries. 10 - ENGLISH Read this first! CAUTION: r POWER When disconnecting the power cord, be sure to hold the power plug and power connector. If the power cord itself is pulled, the lead will become damaged, and fire, short-circuits or serious electric shocks will result. When not using the projector for an extended period of time, disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet. Failure to do so may result in fire or electric shock. Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet before carrying out any cleaning. Failure to do so may result in electric shock. r ON USE/INSTALLATION Do not place heavy objects on top of the projector. Failure to observe this will cause the projector to become unbalanced and fall, which could result in damage or injury. The projector will be damaged or deformed. Do not put your weight on this projector. You could fall or the projector could break, and injury will result. f Be especially careful not to let young children stand or sit on the projector. Do not place the projector in extremely hot locations. Doing so will cause the outer casing or internal components to deteriorate, or result in fire. f Take particular care in locations exposed to direct sunlight or near heaters. Do not install the projector in a location where salt pollution or corrosive gas may occur. Doing so may result in falling due to corrosion. Also, it may result in malfunctions. Do not stand in front of the lens while the projector is being used. Doing so can cause damage and burns to clothing. f Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. Do not place objects in front of the lens while the projector is being used. Do not block the projection by placing an object in front of the projection lens. Doing so can cause fire, damage to an object, or malfunction of the projector. f Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. Never plug headphones and earphones into <VARIABLE AUDIO OUT> terminal. Excessive sound pressure from headphones and earphones can cause hearing loss. Always disconnect all cables before moving the projector. Moving the projector with cables still attached can damage the cables, which will cause fire or electric shocks to occur. When mounting the projector on the ceiling, keep mounting screws and power cord from contact with metal parts inside the ceiling. Contact with metal parts inside the ceiling can cause electric shocks. r ACCESSORIES When not using the projector for an extended period of time, remove the batteries from the remote control. Failure to observe this will cause the batteries to leak, overheat, catch fire or explode, which may result in fire or contamination of surrounding area. r MAINTENANCE Ask your dealer about cleaning inside the projector every 20 000 hours of usage as an estimated duration. Continuous use while dust is accumulated inside the projector may result in fire. f For cleaning fee, ask your dealer. ENGLISH - 11 Read this first! To remove the battery Remote Control Battery

1. Press the guide and lift the cover. (ii) (i) 2. Remove the batteries.

12 - ENGLISH Read this first! Brazil Only Brasil Apenas r Manuseio de baterias usadas BRASIL Após o uso, as pilhas e/ou baterias deverão ser entregues ao estabelecimento comercial ou rede de assistência técnica autorizada. Cobrir os terminais positivo (+) e negativo (-) com uma fita isolante adesiva, antes de depositar numa caixa destinada para o recolhimento. O contato entre partes metálicas pode causar vazamentos, gerar calor, romper a blindagem e produzir fogo. (Fig. 1)

Fig. 1 Como isolar os terminais Fita Isolante Fita Isolante

Não desmonte, não remova o invólucro, nem amasse a bateria. O gás liberado pela bateria pode irritar a garganta, danificar o lacre do invólucro ou o vazamento provocar calor, ruptura da blindagem e produzir fogo devido ao curto circuito dos terminais. Não incinere nem aqueça as baterias, elas não podem ficar expostas a temperaturas superiores a 100 °C (212 °F). O gás liberado pela bateria pode irritar a garganta, danificar o lacre do invólucro ou o vazamento provocar calor, ruptura da blindagem e produzir fogo devido ao curto circuito dos terminais provocado internamente. Evite o contato com o liquido que vazar das baterias. Caso isto ocorra, lave bem a parte afetada com bastante água. Caso haja irritação, consulte um médico. r Remoção das baterias

1. Pressione a guia e levante a tampa. (ii) (i) 2. Remova as baterias.

ENGLISH - 13 rTrademarks f SOLID SHINE is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation. f DLP and the DLP logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Texas Instruments. f Windows, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. f Mac, macOS, and Safari are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. f IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license. f Android and Google Chrome are trademarks of Google LLC. f Trademark PJLink is a trademark applied for trademark rights in Japan, the United States of America and other countries and areas. f The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing Administrator, Inc. in the United States and other countries. f Crestron Connected, the Crestron Connected logo, Crestron Fusion, Crestron RoomView, and RoomView are trademarks or registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. f HDBaseTTM is a trademark of HDBaseT Alliance. f Art-NetTM Designed by and Copyright Artistic Licence Holdings Ltd f Adobe, Acrobat, Flash Player, and Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. f Some of the fonts used in the on-screen menu are Ricoh bitmap fonts, which are manufactured and sold by Ricoh Company, Ltd. f All other names, company names, and product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Please note that the ® and TM symbols are not specified in this manual. rIllustrations in this manual f Illustrations of the projector, menu screen (OSD), and other parts may vary from the actual product. f Illustrations displayed on the computer screen may differ depending on the computer type and its operating system. f Illustrations of the projector with the power cord attached are only examples. The shape of the supplied power cords varies depending on the country where you purchased the product. rReference pages f Reference pages in this manual are indicated as (x page 00). rTerm f In this manual, the “Wireless remote control unit” accessory is referred to as “Remote control”. 14 - ENGLISH

Features of the Projector High luminance and high contrast ▶ With a unique optical system which uses a new-generation laser light source, and the laser light source drive system, high luminance of 6 000 lm*1*2 and high contrast of 20 000:1*3 are achieved even with its compact size. *1 When [PICTURE MODE] is set to [DYNAMIC], [DAYLIGHT VIEW] is set to [OFF], [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] is set to [OFF], [LIGHT OUTPUT] is set to [100%] and [AUTO POWER SAVE] is set to [OFF]. *2 6 000 lm for PT-FRZ60, 5 200 lm for PT-FRZ50. *3 When [PICTURE MODE] is set to [DYNAMIC], [OPERATING MODE] is set to [NORMAL] and [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] is set to [1]. Flexible setup and high extensibility ▶ With the operation noise level as low as 27dB*1, 2x zoom lens and lens shift function, and 360° installation utilizing the characteristics of solid-state light source, flexible installation is achieved for most settings. Versatile terminal design (such as CEC-compatible HDMI terminals and power supply supported USB terminal) improves the system extensibility. Furthermore, 4K signal input*2 compatibility allows the connection with 4K input devices. *1 When [OPERATING MODE] is set to [QUIET]. 30dB for PT-FRZ60 under the same setting. *2 Only for HDMI and DIGITAL LINK terminals, supports up to 4K/60p. 4K signals are converted to 1080/60p upon projection. Long life and high reliability ▶ The maintenance cost for long-term operation is reduced by the unique light source cooling control technology and improvement of the dust resistance. Quick Steps For details, refer to the corresponding pages. 1. Set up the projector. (x page 30) 2. Connect with external devices. (x page 34) 3. Connect the power cord. (x page 39) 4. Switch on the projector. (x page 40) 5. Make initial settings. (x page 41) f Take this step when you switch on the power for the first time after purchasing the projector. 6. Select the input signal. (x page 48) 7. Adjust the image. (x page 49)

ENGLISH - 15 Chapter 1 Preparation This chapter describes things you need to know or check before using the projector. 16 - ENGLISH Chapter 1 Preparation — Precautions for use Precautions for use Intended use of the product The product is intended to project still/moving image signals from video equipment and computers onto a screen. Lens protection material Lens protection material is attached to the product at the time of purchase to protect the projection lens from the vibration during transport. Remove the lens protection material before use. rRemoving the lens protection material Lens protection material Tab Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Lens shift lever Fig. 1 1) Turn the lens shift lever counterclockwise, and release the fixing. (Fig. 2) 2) Hold the tab of the lens protection material and remove the lens protection material by pulling in the direction of the arrow. (Fig. 1) f Move the lens shift lever to right when it is difficult to remove the lens protection material. (Fig. 3) Cautions when transporting f When transporting the projector, hold it securely by its bottom and avoid excessive vibration and impacts. They may damage the internal components and result in malfunctions. f Do not transport the projector with the adjustable feet extended. Doing so may damage the adjustable feet. Cautions when installing rDo not set up the projector outdoors. The projector is designed for indoor use only. rDo not set up the projector in the following locations. f Places where vibration and impacts occur such as in a car or vehicle: Doing so may cause damage to internal components or malfunction. f Location close to sea or where corrosive gas may occur: The projector may fall due to corrosion. Also, failure to do so may shorten the life of the components and result in malfunction. f Near the exhaust of an air conditioner: Depending on the conditions of use, the screen may fluctuate in rare cases due to the heated air from the exhaust vent or the hot or cooled air from the air conditioner. Make sure that the exhaust from the projector or other equipment, or the air from the air conditioner does not blow toward the front of the projector. f Places with sharp temperature fluctuations such as near lights (studio lamps): Doing so may shorten the life of the light source, or result in deformation of the projector due to heat, which may cause malfunctions. Follow the operating environment temperature of the projector. f Near high-voltage power lines or near motors: Doing so may interfere with the operation of the projector. f Places where there is high-power laser equipment: Directing a laser beam onto the projection lens surface causes damage to the DLP chips. ENGLISH - 17 Chapter 1 Preparation — Precautions for use rAsk a qualified technician or your dealer for the installation work such as installing to a ceiling, etc. To ensure projector performance and safety, ask a qualified technician or your dealer when installing to a ceiling or in a high place. rAsk a qualified technician or your dealer to install the cable wiring for DIGITAL LINK connection. Image and sound may be disrupted if cable transmission characteristics cannot be obtained due to inadequate installation. rThe projector may not work properly due to strong radio wave from the broadcast station or the radio. If there is any facility or equipment which outputs strong radio waves near the installation location, install the projector at a location sufficiently far from the source of the radio waves. Or, wrap the LAN cable connected to the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal using a piece of metal foil or a metal pipe which is grounded at both ends. rFocus adjustment The high clarity projection lens is thermally affected by the light from the light source, making the focus unstable in the period just after switching on the power. It is recommended that images be projected continuously for at least 30 minutes before the focus is adjusted. rDo not install the projector at an altitude of 4 200 m (13 780') or higher above sea level. rDo not use the projector in a location that the ambient temperature exceeds 45 °C (113 °F). Using the projector in a location that the altitude is too high or the ambient temperature is too high may reduce the life of the components or result in malfunctions. rProjection in all 360° direction is possible. 360°

360° 360°

360° vertically 360° horizontally 360° tilted (combination of vertical and horizontal) rCautions when setting up the projector f Use the adjustable feet only for the floor standing installation and for adjusting the angle. Using them for other purposes may damage the projector. f When installing the projector with a method other than the floor installation using the adjustable feet or the ceiling installation using the ceiling mount bracket, use the five screw holes for ceiling mount (as shown in the figure) to fix the projector to the mount. In such case, make sure that there is no clearance between the screw holes for ceiling mount on the projector bottom and the setting surface by inserting spacers (metallic) between them. f Use a torque screwdriver or Allen torque wrench to tighten the fixing screws to their specified tightening torques. Do not use electric screwdrivers or impact screwdrivers. (Screw diameter: M6, tapping depth inside the projector:15 mm (19/32"), torque: 4 ± 0.5 N·m) 18 - ENGLISH Chapter 1 Preparation — Precautions for use Adjustable feet Screw holes for ceiling mount (M6) Positions of screw holes for ceiling mount and adjustable feet f Do not stack projectors on top of each other. f Do not use the projector supporting it by the top. f Do not block the intake and exhaust vents of the projector. f Prevent hot and cool air from the air conditioning system to blow directly to the intake and exhaust vents of the projector. 500 mm (19-11/16") or longer 500 mm (19-11/16") or longer 500 mm (19-11/16") or longer 100 mm (3-15/16") or longer f Do not install the projector in a confined space. When installing the projector in a confined space, provide air conditioning or ventilation separately. Exhaust heat may accumulate when the ventilation is not enough, triggering the protection circuit of the projector. f Panasonic takes no responsibility for any damage to the product caused by an inappropriate choice of location for installing the projector, even if the warranty period of the product has not expired. Security When using this product, take safety measures against the following incidents. f Personal information being leaked via this product f Unauthorized operation of this product by a malicious third party f Interfering or stopping of this product by a malicious third party Take sufficient security measures. f Make your password difficult to guess as much as possible. ENGLISH - 19 Chapter 1 Preparation — Precautions for use f Change your password periodically. f Panasonic Corporation or its affiliate companies will never ask for your password directly. Do not divulge your password in case you receive such inquiries. f The connecting network must be secured by a firewall, etc. DIGITAL LINK “DIGITAL LINK” is a technology to transmit the video, audio, Ethernet, and serial control signals using a twisted pair cable by adding unique functions by Panasonic to the HDBaseTTM communication standard formulated by HDBaseT Alliance. This projector supports the optional Panasonic DIGITAL LINK output supported device (Model No.: ET‑YFB100G, ET‑YFB200G) and peripheral devices by other manufacturers (twisted-pair-cable transmitters such as the “XTP transmitter” of Extron Electronics) that use the same HDBaseTTM standard. For the devices of other manufacturers that the operation has been verified with this projector, visit the Panasonic website ( panasonic.net/cns/ projector/). Note that the verification for devices of other manufacturers has been made for the items set by Panasonic Corporation, and not all the operations have been verified. For operation or performance problems caused by the devices of other manufacturers, contact the respective manufacturers. Art-Net “Art-Net” is an Ethernet communication protocol based on the TCP/IP protocol. By using the DMX controller and the application software, illumination and stage system can be controlled. Art-Net is made based on DMX512 communication protocol. Application software supported by the projector The projector supports following application software. For details or downloading each application software, visit the Panasonic website ( panasonic.net/cns/projector/). f Logo Transfer Software This application software transfers the original image, such as company logo, which is projected at the start, to the projector. f Multi Monitoring & Control Software This application software monitors and controls the multiple display devices (projector and flat panel display) connected to an intranet. f Early Warning Software This plug-in software monitors the status of the display devices and their peripherals within an intranet, and notifies of abnormality of such equipment and detects the signs of possible abnormality. “Early Warning Software” is preinstalled in the “Multi Monitoring & Control Software”. To use the early warning function of this plug-in software, install “Multi Monitoring & Control Software” in the PC to be used. By enabling the early warning function, it will notify of the approximate time to replace the consumables for the display devices, to clean each part of the display devices, and to replace the components of the display devices, allowing to execute maintenance in advance. The early warning function can be used by registering maximum of 2048 display devices free of charge for 90 days after installing the “Multi Monitoring & Control Software” into a PC. To continuously use after the 90 days, it is necessary to purchase the license of “Early Warning Software” (ET‑SWA100 Series) and perform the activation. Also, depending on the type of license, the number of display devices that can be registered for monitoring varies. For details, refer to the Operating Instructions of “Multi Monitoring & Control Software”. Storage To store the projector, store in a dry room. Disposal To dispose of the product, ask your local authorities or dealer for correct methods of disposal. Also, dispose of the product without disassembling. Cautions on use rTo get a good picture quality In order to view a beautiful image in higher contrast, prepare an appropriate environment. Draw curtains or blinds over windows and turn off any lights near the screen to prevent outside light or light from indoor lamps from shining onto the screen. 20 - ENGLISH Chapter 1 Preparation — Precautions for use rDo not touch the surface of the projection lens with your bare hands. If the surface of the projection lens becomes dirty from fingerprints or anything else, this will be magnified and projected onto the screen. rDLP chips f The DLP chips are precision-made. Note that in rare cases, pixels of high precision could be missing or always lit. Such a phenomenon does not indicate malfunction. f Directing a high-power laser beam onto the projection lens surface can damage the DLP chips. rLight source The light source of the projector uses laser diode, and has the following characteristics. f Depending on the operating environment temperature, the luminance of the light source will decrease. The higher the temperature becomes, the more the luminance of the light source decreases. f The luminance of the light source will decrease by duration of usage. If brightness is noticeably reduced and the light source does not turn on, ask your dealer to clean inside the projector or replace the light source unit. rComputer and external device connections When connecting a computer or an external device, read this manual carefully regarding the use of power cords and shielded cables as well. ENGLISH - 21 Chapter 1 Preparation — Precautions for use Accessories Make sure that the following accessories are provided with your projector. Numbers enclosed in < > show the number of accessories.

Wireless remote control unit <1> (N2QAYA000223) Power cord (TXFSX01RXQZ) 200 V - 240 V (TXFSX01RXRZ) 200 V - 240 V Attention (TXFSX01RWDZ) 100 V - 120 V For India (1JP1FRZ50BD) <1> 200 V - 240 V For Taiwan (1JP1FRZ50BT) <1> 100 V - 120 V AAA/R03 or AAA/LR03 battery <2> (For remote control unit)

f After unpacking the projector, discard the power cord cap and packaging material properly. f Do not use the supplied power cord for devices other than this projector. f For missing accessories, consult your dealer. f Store small parts in an appropriate manner, and keep them away from small children. Note f The type and number of the supplied power cords vary depending on the country or region where you purchased the product. f The part numbers of accessories are subject to change without prior notice. 22 - ENGLISH Chapter 1 Preparation — Precautions for use Optional accessories Optional accessories (product name) Model No. ET‑PKD120H (for High Ceilings)

Ceiling Mount Bracket Early Warning Software ET‑PKD120S (for Low Ceilings) ET‑PKD130B (Projector Mount Bracket)

(Basic license/3-year license) ET‑SWA100 Series*1 Digital Interface Box ET‑YFB100G DIGITAL LINK Switcher ET‑YFB200G D‑SUB ‑ S Video conversion cable ET‑ADSV *1 The suffix of the Model No. differs according to the license type. Note f The model numbers of optional accessories are subject to change without prior notice. f The optional accessories compatible with the projector may be added or changed without prior notice. For the latest information, visit the Panasonic website ( panasonic.net/cns/projector/). ENGLISH - 23 Chapter 1 Preparation — About your projector About your projector Remote control Front Top

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 Power <v/b> button 11 4 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 11 <AUTO SETUP> button 22 Bottom 23

Sets the projector to the state where the projector is turned off (standby mode) when the <MAIN POWER> switch on the projector is set to <ON> and in projection mode. Sets the projector to projection mode when the power is switched off (standby mode). 2 Remote control indicator Blinks if any button in the remote control is pressed. 3 <MENU> button/<RETURN> button/<ENTER> button/asqw buttons Used to navigate through the menu screen. (x page 58) asqw buttons are also used to enter the password in [SECURITY] or enter characters. 4 <VOL-> button/<VOL+> button Adjusts the volume of audio output. (x page 52) 5 <DEFAULT> button Resets the content of the sub-menu to the factory default. (x page 59) 6 Input selection buttons (<HDMI 1>, <HDMI 2>, <DIGITAL LINK>, <COMPUTER 1>, <COMPUTER 2>, <VIDEO>) Switches the input signal to project. (x page 48) 7 Number (<0> - <9>) buttons Used for entering an ID number or a password in a multiple projector environment. 8 <ON SCREEN> button Switches the on-screen display function on (display) or off (hide). (x page 52) 9 <ID ALL> button Used to simultaneously control all the projectors with a single remote control in a multiple projector environment. (x page 28) 10 <ECO> button Displays the setting screen relating to ECO management. (x pages 55, 95) Attention f Do not drop the remote control. f Avoid contact with liquids or moisture. f Do not attempt to modify or disassemble the remote control. Automatically adjusts the image display position while projecting the image. [PROGRESS] is displayed while in automatic adjustment. (x page 53) 12 <FUNCTION> button Assigns a frequently used operation as a shortcut button. (x page 54) 13 <TEST PATTERN> button Displays the test pattern. (x page 54) 14 <ID SET> button Sets the ID number of the remote control in a multiple projector environment. (x page 28) 15 <SCREEN ADJ> button Used to correct the distortion of the projected image. (x pages 53, 71) 16 <FREEZE> button Used when pausing the image and turning off the audio. (x page 52) 17 <CEC> button Displays the HDMI-CEC operation screen. (x page 110) 18 <STATUS> button Displays the projector information. 19 <SHUTTER> button Used when temporarily turning off the image and audio. (x page 51) 20 <MUTE> button Used when temporarily turning off the audio. (x page 51) 21 <ASPECT> button Switches the aspect ratio of the image. (x page 54) 22 Remote control signal transmitter 23 (Not available with this projector)

24 - ENGLISH Chapter 1 Preparation — About your projector f Observe the following instructions that are indicated on the caution label at the back of the remote control: g Do not use old battery with new one. g Do not use batteries other than the type specified. g Be sure the batteries are inserted properly. For other instructions, read the instructions related to batteries that are described in “Read this first!”. Caution label at the back of the remote control Note f When operating the remote control by directly pointing at the remote control signal receiver of the projector, operate the remote control within a distance approximately 30 m (98'5") from the remote control signal receiver. The remote control can control at angles of up to ±30° vertically and horizontally, but the effective control range may be reduced. f If there are any obstacles between the remote control and the remote control signal receiver, the remote control may not operate properly. f The signal will be reflected off the screen. However, the operating range may be limited from light reflection loss due to the screen material. f If the remote control signal receiver directly receives strong light, such as fluorescent light, the remote control may not operate properly. Use it in a place distant from the light source. f The power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> will blink if the projector receives a remote control signal. Projector body

Front 1 2 3 4 Side 5 6 12 8 8 8

7 7 8 13 Rear 9 10 14 15 16 9 17 18 ENGLISH - 25 Chapter 1 Preparation — About your projector Top Bottom 11 8 19 Projection direction

1 Remote control signal receiver (front) 2 Power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> Indicates the status of the power. 3 Light source indicator <LIGHT> Indicates the status of the light source. 4 Temperature indicator <TEMP> Indicates the internal temperature status. 5 Projection lens 6 Lens shift lever Adjusts the projection position. 7 Adjustable feet Adjusts the projection angle. 8 Intake vent 9 Exhaust vent 10 Remote control signal receiver (rear) 11 Luminance sensor This is a sensor to detect the luminance of the installed environment. When the [PICTURE] menu → [DAYLIGHT VIEW] is set to Attention f Do not block the intake and exhaust vents of the projector. r Control panel [AUTO], the luminance of the installed environment is detected by the luminance sensor to automatically perform appropriate picture quality correction. 12 Focus ring Adjusts the focus. 13 Zoom ring Adjusts the zoom. 14 Control panel (x page 26) 15 Connecting terminals (x page 27) 16 Security slot This security slot is compatible with the Kensington security cables. 17 <MAIN POWER> switch Turns on/off the main power. 18 <AC IN> terminal Connect the supplied power cord. 19 Burglar hook port Attaches a burglar prevention cable, etc. 1 Power <v/b> button 1 3 2 2 <MENU> button/<RETURN> button/<ENTER> button/asqw Sets the projector to the state where the projector is turned off (standby mode) when the <MAIN POWER> switch on the projector is set to <ON> and in projection mode. Sets the projector to projection mode when the power is switched off (standby mode). buttons Used to navigate through the menu screen. Also used to enter a password in the [SECURITY] menu or enter characters. 3 <INPUT SELECT> button Switches the input signal to project. (x page 49)

26 - ENGLISH Chapter 1 Preparation — About your projector r Connecting terminals 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

1 <VIDEO IN> terminal This is a terminal to input video signal. 2 <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal This is a terminal to input the RGB signal, YCBCR/YPBPR signal, or Y/C signal. 3 <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal This is a terminal to input the RGB signal or YCBCR/YPBPR signal. Also, the RGB signal or YCBCR/YPBPR signal input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal can be output to an external device. Video signal is output when the input is switched to COMPUTER1. 4 <HDMI 1 IN> terminal/<HDMI 2 IN> terminal This is a terminal to input the HDMI signal. 5 <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal This is a terminal to connect a device that transmits video signal or audio signal via the LAN terminal. Also, this is the LAN terminal to connect to the network. Attention 6 <LAN> terminal This is the LAN terminal to connect to the network. 7 <AUDIO IN 1> terminal This is a terminal to input audio signal. There are right input <R> and left input <L>. 8 <SERIAL IN> terminal This is the RS‑232C compatible terminal to externally control the projector by connecting a computer. 9 <AUDIO IN 2> terminal/<AUDIO IN 3> terminal This is a terminal to input audio. 10 <VARIABLE AUDIO OUT> terminal This is a terminal to output the audio signal input to the projector. 11 <DC OUT> terminal This is the USB terminal dedicated for power supply. (DC5 V, maximum 2 A) This can be used when a power is needed to be supplied to a wireless display adaptor, etc.

f When a LAN cable is directly connected to the projector, the network connection must be made indoors. f To transmit the Ethernet and serial control signals using the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal, set the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET TYPE] to [DIGITAL LINK] or [LAN & DIGITAL LINK]. f To transmit the Ethernet signal using the <LAN> terminal, set the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET TYPE] to [LAN] or [LAN & DIGITAL LINK]. f The <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal and the <LAN> terminal are connected inside of the projector when the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET TYPE] is set to [LAN & DIGITAL LINK]. Do not directly connect the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal and the <LAN> terminal using LAN cable. Construct the system so that it is not connected to the same network via the peripherals such as the switching hub or the twisted-pair-cable transmitter. f When the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [STANDBY MODE] is set to [NORMAL], the <DC OUT> terminal can supply power even in standby state. If set to [ECO], the <DC OUT> terminal can not supply power in standby state. f When an external device exceeding the rating (DC 5 V, maximum 2 A) is connected to the <DC OUT> terminal, an error is detected and the power supply will be stopped. At this time, disconnect the external device, cut off the power of the projector and then reconnect the power plug to the outlet. ENGLISH - 27 Chapter 1 Preparation — Preparing the remote control Preparing the remote control Inserting and removing the batteries (ii) (i) Fig. 1 Fig. 2 1) Open the cover. (Fig. 1) 2) Insert the batteries and close the cover (insert the m side first). (Fig. 2) f When removing the batteries, perform the steps in reverse order. When using the multiple projectors When you use the multiple projectors together, you can operate all the projectors simultaneously or each projector individually using single remote control, if a unique ID number is assigned to each projector. When using the projectors by setting the ID numbers, set the ID number of the projector body after initial settings have been completed. Then, set the ID number of the remote control. For initial settings, refer to “When the initial setting screen is displayed” (x page 41). The factory default ID number of the projector (projector body and remote control) is set to [ALL], so you can use it as it is. Set the ID numbers of the projector body and remote control as necessary. For details on setting the ID number of the remote control, refer to “Setting ID number of the remote control” (x page 55). Note f Set the ID number of the projector body from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [PROJECTOR ID]. 28 - ENGLISH Chapter 2 Getting Started This chapter describes things you need to do before using the projector such as the setup and connections. ENGLISH - 29 Chapter 2 Getting Started — Setting up Setting up Usable outlet This projector supports AC 110 V (for Taiwan) or AC 100 V to AC 240 V (for other countries or regions) as the power supply. A grounded outlet supporting 15 A is required with either voltage. The shape of the usable outlet differs depending on the power supply. Following illustrations are examples.

2P/3W 15 A 250V 2P/3W 15 A 125 V Attention 2P/3W 15 A 250 V 2P/3W 15 A 250 V

f Use the supplied power cord and ground at the outlet. f Use the power cord matching the used power supply voltage and outlet shape. Note f The supplied power cords vary depending on the country or region where you purchased the product. Installation mode The installation modes of the projector are as follows. Set [FRONT/REAR]/[FLOOR/CEILING] in the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [PROJECTION METHOD] (x page 94) depending on the installation mode. Setting on a desk/floor and projecting forward Setting on a desk/floor and projecting from rear (Using the translucent screen) Menu item Setting value Menu item Setting value [FRONT/REAR] [FRONT] [FRONT/REAR] [REAR] [FLOOR/CEILING] [AUTO] or [FLOOR] [FLOOR/CEILING] [AUTO] or [FLOOR] Mounting on the ceiling and projecting forward Mounting on the ceiling and projecting from rear (Using the translucent screen) Menu item Setting value Menu item Setting value [FRONT/REAR] [FRONT] [FRONT/REAR] [REAR] [FLOOR/CEILING] [AUTO] or [CEILING] [FLOOR/CEILING] [AUTO] or [CEILING] 30 - ENGLISH Chapter 2 Getting Started — Setting up Portrait setting and projecting forward Portrait setting and projecting from rear (Using the translucent screen) Menu item Setting value Menu item Setting value [FRONT/REAR] [FRONT] [FRONT/REAR] [REAR] [FLOOR/CEILING] Set in accordance with the image to project. [FLOOR/CEILING] Set in accordance with the image to project. Note f In the portrait setting, the on-screen menu is displayed sideways. To display the on-screen menu vertically, go to the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] (x page 87) and change the [OSD ROTATION] setting. f The projector has a built-in angle sensor. The attitude of the projector is automatically detected by setting [FLOOR/CEILING] to [AUTO] in the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [PROJECTION METHOD]. r Angle sensor The range of the installation attitude that is detected by the angle sensor built-in the projector is as follows. Floor standing installation 30°

30° Floor standing installation Projection direction Parts for installation (optional) Ceiling mount installation

The projector can be installed on the ceiling by combining the optional Ceiling Mount Bracket (Model No.: ET‑PKD120H (for High Ceilings), ET‑PKD120S (for Low Ceilings)) and Ceiling Mount Bracket (Model No.: ET‑PKD130B (Projector Mount Bracket)). f Be sure to use the Ceiling Mount Bracket specified for this projector. f Refer to the Installation Instructions of the Ceiling Mount Bracket when installing and setting up the projector. Attention f To ensure projector performance and security, installation of the Ceiling Mount Bracket must be carried out by your dealer or a qualified technician. Projected image and throw distance Install the projector referring to the projected image size and projection distance. Image size and image position can be adjusted in accordance with the screen size and screen position. f Following illustration is prepared on the assumption that the projected image size and position have been aligned to fit full in the screen. ENGLISH - 31 Chapter 2 Getting Started — Setting up

Projected image SD H H L (LW/LT) S Screen

S H SW W S L (LW/LT)*1 Projection distance SH Projected image height SW Projected image width L (LW/LT) Screen (Unit: m)

H Distance from the lens center to the bottom edge of the projected image SD Projected image size *1 LW: Minimum projection distance LT: Maximum projection distance Attention f Before setting up, read “Precautions for use” (x page 17). f Do not use the projector and the high-powered laser equipment in the same room. The DLP chips can be damaged if a laser beam hits the projection lens surface. [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] projection range [VERTICAL KEYSTONE] (viewed from the side) [HORIZONTAL KEYSTONE] (viewed from above) Screen Screen Vertical arc correction (viewed from the side) Horizontal arc correction (viewed from above)

Screen Projection distance Arc radius Screen Projection distance Arc radius

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Arc center Screen Projection distance Arc radius Arc center Screen Projection distance Arc radius

Only [KEYSTONE] used [KEYSTONE] and [CURVED CORRECTION] used together Only [CURVED CORRECTION] used

Vertical keystone correction angle α (°) Horizontal keystone correction angle β (°) Vertical keystone correction angle α (°) Horizontal keystone correction angle β (°) Min. value of R2/L2 Min. value of R3/L3 Min. value of R2/L2 Min. value of R3/L3

±40 ±20 ±20 ±15 0.9 1.7 0.5 1.0 Note f When [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] is used, the focus of the entire screen may be lost as correction increases. f Make the curved screen a circular arc shape with one part of a perfect circle removed. Projection distance A ±5 % error in listed projection distances may occur. When [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] is used, distance is corrected to become smaller than the specified image size. (Unit: m)

Projected image Aspect ratio 16:10 Aspect ratio 16:9 Aspect ratio 4:3

size Projection distance (L) Height Projection distance (L) Height Projection distance (L) Height

position (H) Diagonal (SD) Min.

(LW) Max. (LT) position (H) Min. (LW) Max. (LT) position (H) Min. (LW) Max. (LT)

1.02 (40") 1.22 2.51 -0.08 - 0.51 1.26 2.58 -0.07 - 0.47 1.39 2.85 -0.09 - 0.58 1.27 (50") 1.54 3.15 -0.09 - 0.63 1.59 3.23 -0.09 - 0.59 1.75 3.57 -0.11 - 0.72 1.52 (60") 1.86 3.78 -0.11 - 0.76 1.92 3.89 -0.10 - 0.70 2.12 4.29 -0.13 - 0.86 1.78 (70") 2.18 4.42 -0.13 - 0.89 2.24 4.55 -0.12 - 0.82 2.48 5.01 -0.15 - 1.00 2.03 (80") 2.50 5.06 -0.15 - 1.01 2.57 5.20 -0.14 - 0.94 2.84 5.73 -0.17 - 1.14 2.29 (90") 2.82 5.70 -0.17 - 1.14 2.90 5.86 -0.16 - 1.06 3.20 6.46 -0.19 - 1.29 2.54 (100") 3.14 6.34 -0.19 - 1.27 3.23 6.51 -0.17 - 1.17 3.57 7.18 -0.21 - 1.43 3.05 (120") 3.78 7.61 -0.23 - 1.52 3.89 7.82 -0.21 - 1.41 4.29 8.62 -0.26 - 1.72 3.81 (150") 4.74 9.53 -0.28 - 1.90 4.88 9.79 -0.26 - 1.76 5.38 10.79 -0.32 - 2.15 5.08 (200") 6.34 12.72 -0.38 - 2.53 6.52 13.07 -0.35 - 2.34 7.19 14.40 -0.43 - 2.87 6.35 (250") 7.94 15.91 -0.47 - 3.16 8.16 16.35 -0.44 - 2.93 9.00 18.01 -0.53 - 3.58 7.62 (300") 9.54 19.10 -0.57 - 3.80 9.81 19.63 -0.52 - 3.51 10.81 21.62 -0.64 - 4.30 Formula for calculating the projection distance To use a projected image size not listed in this manual, check the projected image size SD (m) and use the respective formula to calculate the value. The unit of all the formulae is m. (Values obtained by the following calculation formulae contain a slight error.) When calculating the value using image size designation (value in inches), multiply the value in inches by 0.0254 and substitute it into SD in the formula. Aspect ratio 16:10 Aspect ratio 16:9 Aspect ratio 4:3 Projected image size Height (SH) = SD x 0.530 = SD x 0.490 = SD x 0.6 Projected image size Width (SW) = SD x 0.848 = SD x 0.872 = SD x 0.8 Minimum projection distance (LW) = 1.2598 x SD - 0.0526 = 1.2949 x SD - 0.0526 = 1.4262 x SD - 0.0526 Maximum projection distance (LT) = 2.5118 x SD - 0.0390 = 2.5816 x SD - 0.0390 = 2.8436 x SD - 0.0390 ENGLISH - 33 Chapter 2 Getting Started — Connecting Connecting Before connecting f Before connecting, carefully read the operating instructions for the external device to be connected. f Turn off the power of all devices before connecting cables. f Take note of the following points before connecting the cables. Failure to do so may result in malfunctions. g When connecting a cable to a device connected to the projector or the projector itself, touch any nearby metallic objects to eliminate static electricity from your body before performing work. g Do not use unnecessarily long cables to connect a device to the projector or to the projector body. The longer the cable, the more susceptible to noise it becomes. Since using a cable while it is wound makes it act like an antenna, it is more susceptible to noise. g When connecting cables, connect GND first, then insert the connecting terminal of the connecting device in a straight manner. f Acquire any connection cable necessary to connect the external device to the system that is neither supplied with the device nor available as an option. f If video signals from video equipment contain too much jitter, the images on the screen may wobble. In this case, a time base corrector (TBC) must be connected. f If synchronization signals output from computers or video equipment are disrupted due to changes in the video output setting or other reasons, colors of projected images may be temporarily disrupted. f The projector accepts video signals, Y/C signals, YCBCR/YPBPR signals, analog RGB signals (synchronization signals are TTL level), and digital signals. f Some computer models or graphics cards are not compatible with the projector. f Use a cable compensator when you connect devices to the projector using long cables. Otherwise the projector may not project the image properly. f For details of the types of video signals that can be used with the projector, refer to “List of compatible signals” (x page 176). Connecting example: AV equipment DVD player S-video cable (commercially

available) D-SUB - S Video conversion cable(Optional (Model No.: ET-ADSV)) Blu-ray disc player

VCR (with built-in TBC) Audio device Attention f Be sure to use one of the following when connecting a VCR. g Use a VCR with built-in time base corrector (TBC). g Use a time base corrector (TBC) between the projector and the VCR. f The image may be disrupted when nonstandard burst signal is connected. In such a case, connect the time base corrector (TBC) between the projector and the external devices. 34 - ENGLISH Chapter 2 Getting Started — Connecting Note f Switching of the setting in the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [HDMI IN] → [EDID SELECT] may be required depending on the connected external device when HDMI signal is input. f For the HDMI cable, use an HDMI High Speed cable that conforms to the HDMI standards. However, when the following 4K video signal exceeding the supported transmission speed of the HDMI High Speed cable is to be input, use the HDMI cable supporting the high speed transmission of 18 Gbps such as the one with Premium HDMI cable authentication. g A video signal with high specification color depth and gradation such as 3840 x 2160/60p 4:2:2/36-bit or 3840 x 2160/60p 4:4:4/24-bit Images may be disrupted or may not be projected when a video signal exceeding the supported transmission speed of the HDMI cable is input. f The <HDMI 1 IN>/<HDMI 2 IN> terminals can be connected to an external device with the DVI‑D terminal by using an HDMI/DVI conversion cable. However, this may not function properly for some external devices, and image may not be projected. f When Y/C signal is input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal using the optional D‑SUB ‑ S Video conversion cable (Model No.: ET‑ADSV), it is necessary to switch the setting with the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COMPUTER IN/OUT] → [INPUT SETTING]. f When RGB signal or YCBCR/YPBPR signal input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal is output from the <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal, it is necessary to switch the setting with the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COMPUTER IN/OUT] → [COMPUTER2 SELECT]. Connecting example: Computers Computer Computer Control computer Control computer Attention f When connecting the projector to a computer or an external device, use the power cord supplied with each device and commercially available shielded cables. Note f Switching of the setting in the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [HDMI IN] → [EDID SELECT] may be required depending on the connected external device when HDMI signal is input. f For the HDMI cable, use an HDMI High Speed cable that conforms to the HDMI standards. However, when the following 4K video signal exceeding the supported transmission speed of the HDMI High Speed cable is to be input, use the HDMI cable supporting the high speed transmission of 18 Gbps such as the one with Premium HDMI cable authentication. g A video signal with high specification color depth and gradation such as 3840 x 2160/60p 4:2:2/36-bit or 3840 x 2160/60p 4:4:4/24-bit Images may be disrupted or may not be projected when a video signal exceeding the supported transmission speed of the HDMI cable is input. f The <HDMI 1 IN>/<HDMI 2 IN> terminals can be connected to an external device with the DVI‑D terminal by using an HDMI/DVI conversion cable. However, this may not function properly for some external devices, and image may not be projected. f If you operate the projector using the computer with the resume feature (last memory), you may have to reset the resume feature to operate the projector. f When RGB signal or YCBCR/YPBPR signal input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal is output from the <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal, it is necessary to switch the setting with the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COMPUTER IN/OUT] → [COMPUTER2 SELECT]. ENGLISH - 35 Chapter 2 Getting Started — Connecting Connecting example using DIGITAL LINK Twisted-pair-cable transmitter based on the communication standard HDBaseTTM such as the optional DIGITAL LINK output supported device (Model No.: ET‑YFB100G, ET‑YFB200G) uses the twisted pair cable to transmit input images, audio, Ethernet, and serial control signal, and the projector can input such digital signal to the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal. Computer Computer cable

Projector connecting terminals Example of twisted-pair-cable transmitter Switching hub (commercially available) HDMI cable (commercially available) VCR Blu-ray disc player

Control computer*1 (with built-in TBC)

*1 Control target is the projector or the twisted-pair-cable transmitter. The control itself may not be possible depending on the twisted-pair-cable transmitter. Check the operating instructions of the device to be connected. Attention f Always use one of the following when connecting a VCR. g Use a VCR with built-in time base corrector (TBC). g Use a time base corrector (TBC) between the projector and the VCR. f The image may be disrupted when nonstandard burst signal is connected. In such a case, connect the time base corrector (TBC) between the projector and the external devices. f Ask a qualified technician or your dealer to install the cable wiring between the twisted-pair-cable transmitter and the projector. Image may be disrupted if cable transmission characteristics cannot be obtained due to inadequate installation. f For the LAN cable between the twisted-pair-cable transmitter and the projector, use a cable that meets the following criteria: g Conforming to CAT5e or higher standards g Shielded type (including connectors) g Straight-through g Single wire g Diameter of the cable core is same or larger than AWG24 (AWG24, AWG23, etc.) f When laying cables between the twisted-pair-cable transmitter and the projector, confirm that cable characteristics are compatible with CAT5e or higher using tools such as a cable tester or cable analyzer. When a relay connector is used, include it in the measurement. f Do not use a switching hub between the twisted-pair-cable transmitter and the projector. f When connecting to the projector using a twisted-pair-cable transmitter (receiver) of other manufacturers, do not place another twisted-pair cable transmitter between the twisted-pair-cable transmitter of other manufacturers and the projector. This may cause image to be disrupted. f To transmit the Ethernet and serial control signals using the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal, set the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET TYPE] to [DIGITAL LINK] or [LAN & DIGITAL LINK]. f To transmit the Ethernet signal using the <LAN> terminal, set the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET TYPE] to [LAN] or [LAN & DIGITAL LINK]. f The <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal and the <LAN> terminal are connected inside of the projector when the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET TYPE] is set to [LAN & DIGITAL LINK]. Do not directly connect the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal and the <LAN> terminal using a LAN cable. Construct the system so that it is not connected to the same network via the peripherals such as the switching hub or the twisted-pair cable transmitter. f Do not pull cables forcefully. Also, do not bend or fold cables unnecessarily. f To reduce the effects of noise as much as possible, stretch out the cables between the twisted-pair-cable transmitter and the projector without any loops. f Lay the cables between the twisted-pair-cable transmitter and the projector away from other cables, particularly power cables. f When laying multiple cables, run them side by side along the shortest distance possible without bundling them together. f After laying the cables, go to the [NETWORK] menu → [DIGITAL LINK] → [DIGITAL LINK STATUS] and confirm that the value of [SIGNAL QUALITY] is displayed in green which indicates normal quality. (x page 121) 36 - ENGLISH Chapter 2 Getting Started — Connecting Note f Switching of the setting in the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [DIGITAL LINK IN] → [EDID SELECT] may be required depending on the connected external device when DIGITAL LINK signal is input. f For the HDMI cable, use an HDMI High Speed cable that conforms to the HDMI standards. If a cable that does not conform to the HDMI standards is used, images may be interrupted or may not be projected. f The optional Digital Interface Box (Model No.: ET‑YFB100G) and the optional DIGITAL LINK Switcher (Model No.: ET‑YFB200G) do not support the input and output of the 4K video signal. f The maximum transmission distance between the twisted-pair-cable transmitter and the projector is 100 m (328'1") for the signal with resolution of 1 920 x 1 200 dots or less. For the signal with the resolution exceeding 1 920 x 1 200 dots, the maximum transmission distance will be 50 m (164'1"). It is possible to transmit up to 150 m (492'2") if the twisted-pair-cable transmitter supports the long-reach communication method. However, the signal that the projector can receive is only up to 1080/60p (1 920 x 1 080 dots, dot clock frequency 148.5 MHz) for the long-reach communication method. If this distance is exceeded, image may be disrupted or a malfunction may occur in LAN communication. Please note that Panasonic does not support the use of the projector outside the maximum transmission distance. When connecting with the long reach, video signal or distance that can be transmitted may be restricted, depending on the specification of the twisted-pair-cable transmitter. f For twisted-pair-cable transmitters of other manufacturers of which the operation has been verified with the projector, visit the Panasonic website ( panasonic.net/cns/projector/). Note that the verification for devices of other manufacturers has been made for the items set by Panasonic Corporation, and not all the operations have been verified. For operation or performance problems caused by the devices of other manufacturers, contact the respective manufacturers. ENGLISH - 37 Chapter 3 Basic Operations This chapter describes basic operations to start with. 38 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector Switching on/off the projector Connecting the power cord Make sure that the supplied power cord is securely fixed to the projector body to prevent it from being removed easily. Confirm that the <MAIN POWER> switch is on the <OFF> side before connecting the power cord. Use the power cord matching with the power supply voltage and the shape of the outlet. For details of power cord handling, refer to “Read this first!” (x page 4). How to attach the power cord 1) Check the shapes of the <AC IN> terminal on the side of the projector and the power cord connector, and insert the connector completely in the correct direction (until you hear the side tabs click in place). How to remove the power cord 1) Confirm that the <MAIN POWER> switch on the side of the projector is on the <OFF> side, and remove the power plug from the outlet. 2) Remove the power cord connector from the <AC IN> terminal of the projector while pressing the side tabs. Power indicator Indicate the status of the power. Check the status of the power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> before operating the projector. Power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> Indicator status Projector status Off The main power is switched off. ENGLISH - 39 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector Indicator status Projector status The power is switched off. (standby mode) Projection will start when the power <v/b> button is pressed. f The setting of the projector is as follows. g The [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [QUICK STARTUP]

Red Lit Blinking is set to [OFF] g The [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [AUDIO SETTING] → [IN STANDBY MODE] is set to [OFF] f The projector may not operate when the light source indicator <LIGHT> or the temperature indicator <TEMP> is blinking. (x page 158) The power is switched off. (standby mode) Projection will start when the power <v/b> button is pressed. f The projector is set to one of the following. Power consumption is high. g The [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [QUICK STARTUP] is set to [ON] g The [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [AUDIO SETTING] → [IN STANDBY MODE] is set to [ON] f The indicator will change to a red light when the specified time has elapsed after the projector enters the standby mode if the projector is set as following. The specified time is a time set in the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [QUICK STARTUP] → [VALID PERIOD]. g The [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [QUICK STARTUP] is set to [ON] g The [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [AUDIO SETTING] → [IN STANDBY MODE] is set to [OFF] f The projector may not operate when the light source indicator <LIGHT> or the temperature indicator <TEMP> is blinking. (x page 158)

Green Lit Projecting. Orange Lit The projector is preparing to switch off the projector. The power is switched off after a while. (Changes to the standby mode.) Note f While the power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> lights orange, the fan is running to cool the projector. f For approximately five seconds after the projector is turned off, the indicator does not light up even if the power is turned on. Turn on the power again after the power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> lights/blinks red. f The projector consumes power even in standby mode (power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> lights/blinks red). Refer to “Power consumption” (x page 179) for the power consumption. f The power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> will blink if the projector receives a remote control signal. f The power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> will blink green slowly while the shutter function is in use (shutter: closed), or while the function of the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [AUTO POWER SAVE] → [NO SIGNAL LIGHTS-OUT] is operating and the light source is turned off. Switching on the projector 4) 4)

3) 1) 2)

1) Connect the power cord to the projector. 2) Connect the power plug to an outlet. 3) Press the <ON> side of the <MAIN POWER> switch to turn on the power. f The power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> lights/blinks red, and the projector enters the standby mode. 40 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector 4) Press the power <v/b> button. f The power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> lights green and the image is soon projected on the screen. Note f A warm-up period of up to approximately five minutes may be necessary until an image is displayed when the projector is switched on at around 0 °C (32 °F). The temperature indicator <TEMP> lights red during the warm-up period. When the warm-up is completed, the temperature indicator <TEMP> turns off and the projection starts. Refer to “When an indicator lights up” (x page 158) for the indicator status display. f If the operating environment temperature is low and warm-up takes more than five minutes, the projector will judge that a problem has occurred and the power will automatically be set to standby mode. In such case, increase the operating environment temperature to 0 °C (32 °F) or higher, turn off the main power, and then turn on the power again. f When the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [STANDBY MODE] is set to [ECO], it takes longer for the projection to start after the power is turned on, compared to when set to [NORMAL]. f When the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [QUICK STARTUP] is set to [ON], and the power is turned on before the specified time elapses after the projector enters the standby mode, an image will be projected approximately one second after the power is turned on. The specified time is a time set in the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [QUICK STARTUP] → [VALID PERIOD]. f When the power is turned on or an input signal is switched, you may here a high-frequency driving sound. This is not a malfunction. f If the power was turned off at the previous use by pressing the <OFF> side of the <MAIN POWER> switch or by using the breaker directly while projecting, the power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> lights green and an image is projected after a while when the power is turned on by pressing the <ON> side of the <MAIN POWER> switch or by turning the breaker on with the power plug connected to the outlet. This applies only when the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [INITIAL STARTUP] is set to [LAST MEMORY]. When the initial setting screen is displayed When the projector is switched on for the first time after purchase, as well as when the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [INITIALIZE] → [ALL USER DATA] is executed, the [INITIAL SETTING] screen is displayed followed by the [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen after projection starts. When the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [INITIALIZE] → [NETWORK/E-MAIL] is executed, the [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen is displayed after projection starts. Set them according to the circumstances. In other occasions, you can change the settings by menu operations. If you press the <MENU> button while the [INITIAL SETTING] screen is displayed, you can go back to the previous screen. Same operation is available by pressing the <RETURN> button. Note f It may be necessary to adjust with the focus ring and the zoom ring on the lens section of the projector to clearly display the menu screen when using the projector for the first time. Refer to “Adjusting the image” (x page 49) for details. Initial setting (display language) Select the language to show on the screen. After completed the initial setting, you can change the display language from the [DISPLAY LANGUAGE] menu. 1) Press asqw to select the display language. INITIAL SETTING 1/6 SELECT ENTER SET 2) Press the <ENTER> button to proceed to the initial setting. ENGLISH - 41 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector Initial setting (installation setting) Set [FRONT/REAR] and [FLOOR/CEILING] in [PROJECTION METHOD] depending on the installation mode. Refer to “Installation mode” (x page 30) for details. After completed the initial setting, you can change the setting from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [PROJECTION METHOD]. 1) Press qw to switch the setting.

INITIAL SETTING PROJECTION METHOD FRONT/REAR FLOOR/CEILING Change the projection method (FRONT/REAR, FLOOR/CEILING) if the screen display is upside down or inverted. 2/6 FRONT AUTO MENU SELECT ENTER SET CHANGE

2) Press the <ENTER> button to proceed to the initial setting. Initial setting (standby mode) Set the operation mode during standby. The factory default setting is [NORMAL], which allows you to use the network function during standby. To keep power consumption low during standby, set this item to [ECO]. After completed the initial setting, you can change the setting from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [STANDBY MODE]. 1) Press qw to switch the setting.

INITIAL SETTING STANDBY MODE NORMAL When set to ECO, network functions and some RS-232C commands are not available during standby. CHANGE 3/6 ENTER SET

2) Press the <ENTER> button to proceed to the initial setting. Note f The preceding initial setting screen is displayed when the projector is switched on for the first time after purchase. When the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [INITIALIZE] → [ALL USER DATA] is executed, the [STANDBY MODE] setting before executing is displayed. Initial setting (screen setting) Set the screen format (aspect ratio) and display position of the image. After completed the initial setting, you can change the settings of each item from the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [SCREEN SETTING]. 1) Press qw to switch the setting. f Proceed to Step 4) when [16:10] is selected. 42 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector

INITIAL SETTING SCREEN FORMAT SCREEN POSITION Set as necessary for the screen in use. CHANGE 4/6 16:10 ENTER SET

2) Press as to select [SCREEN POSITION]. 4/6 INITIAL SETTING 16:9 SCREEN FORMAT 0 SCREEN POSITION Set as necessary for the screen in use.

3) Press qw to adjust. ENTER MENU SELECT SET CHANGE

4) Press the <ENTER> button to proceed to the initial setting. Initial setting (time zone) Set [TIME ZONE] in accordance with the country or region where you use the projector. After completed the initial setting, you can change the setting from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [DATE AND TIME]. The current settings are displayed in [LOCAL DATE] and [LOCAL TIME]. 1) Press qw to switch the setting.

INITIAL SETTING TIME ZONE LOCAL DATE LOCAL TIME 5/6 +09:00 20XX/01/01 12:34:56

Please set up a time zone according to the area of your country or region. CHANGE

ENTER SET

2) Press the <ENTER> button to proceed to the initial setting. Note f In the factory default setting, the time zone of the projector is set to +09:00 (Japan and Korea Standard Time). Change the setting of the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [DATE AND TIME] → [TIME ZONE] to the time zone of the region where you use the projector. Initial setting (date and time) Set the local date and time. After completed the initial setting, you can change the setting from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [DATE AND TIME]. ENGLISH - 43 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector To set the date and time automatically, refer to “Setting the date and time automatically” (x page 109). 1) Press as to select an item.

INITIAL SETTING YEAR MONTH DAY HOUR MINUTE SECOND Please set the date and time of the built-in clock of the projector. 6/6 20XX 1 1 12 34 56

ENTER 2) Press qw to switch the setting. 3) Press the <ENTER> button. MENU SELECT CHANGE SET

f Confirm the setting value and complete the initial setting. When the administrator account setting screen is displayed When the projector is switched on for the first time after purchase, as well as when the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu →[INITIALIZE] → [ALL USER DATA] is executed, the [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen is displayed following the [INITIAL SETTING] screen after projection starts. When the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [INITIALIZE] → [NETWORK/E-MAIL] is executed, the [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen is displayed after projection starts. To use the network function of this projector, set the user name and password of the administrator account. You can also set it later from the [NETWORK] menu → [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT]. ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT PASSWORD POLICY

USER NAME PASSWORD PASSWORD CONFIRM STORE dispadmin

Please set the user name and password. if not set, could not use the Web Control function and for communication control via a LAN (including Panasonic application software). MENU SELECT

ENTER [PASSWORD POLICY] SUB MENU

Displays the policies about the password for the administrator account. 1) Press as to select [PASSWORD POLICY], and press the <ENTER> button. f The [PASSWORD POLICY] screen is displayed. f Pressing the <MENU> button can return to the [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen. PASSWORD POLICY Reusing passwords is not recommended. Password cannot be blank. A password consisting of at least eight half-width characters and contaning characters of at least three of the following four types is recommended. Uppercase letters Lowercase letters Digits Symbols(~!@#$%^&*()_+\|}{][<>.,/?) MENU RETURN 44 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector Setting the administrator account Set the user name and password of the administrator account. 1) Press as to select [USER NAME], and press the <ENTER> button. f The [USER NAME] screen is displayed. f The factory default setting of user name is "dispadmin". 2) Press asqw to select a character, and press the <ENTER> button. f Up to 16 characters can be entered. 3) After entering the user name, press asqw to select [OK], and press the <ENTER> button. f The [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen is displayed. 4) Press as to select [PASSWORD], and press the <ENTER> button. f The [PASSWORD] screen is displayed. 5) Press asqw to select a character, and press the <ENTER> button. f Up to 16 characters can be entered. f The password cannot be blank. 6) After entering the password, press asqw to select [OK], and press the <ENTER> button. f The [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen is displayed. 7) Press as to select [PASSWORD CONFIRM], and press the <ENTER> button. f The [PASSWORD CONFIRM] screen is displayed. 8) Enter the password entered in Step 5). 9) After entering the password, press asqw to select [OK], and press the <ENTER> button. f The [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen is displayed. 10) Press as to select [STORE], and press the <ENTER> button. f The confirmation screen is displayed. 11) Press qw to select [OK], and press the <ENTER> button. Note f For restrictions on character strings that can be set for password, refer to [PASSWORD POLICY] (x page 44) . f By pressing the <MENU> button while the [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen is displayed, you can proceed to the next operation without setting an administrator account password, but the network function of this projector cannot be used. To use the web control function or the communication control (including operation with application software) via LAN, set a password. f If you press the <MENU> button while the [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen is displayed, the [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] screen will not be displayed the next time the power is turned on. To use the network function, set a password in the [NETWORK] menu → [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT]. f The user name and password of the administrator account can also be changed on the [Set up password] page (x page 145) of the web control screen. f The user name and password of the standard user account without administrator rights can be set on the [Set up password] page (x page 146) of the web control screen. Making adjustments and selections It is recommended that images be projected continuously for at least 30 minutes before the focus is adjusted. 3) 5) 2) 6) 2) 3) 1) 8)

4) 7) 9)

ENGLISH - 45 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector 1) Turn the focus ring to roughly adjust the focus of the projected image. (x page 49) 2) Change the setting of the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [PROJECTION METHOD] depending on the installation mode. (x page 30) f Refer to “Navigating through the menu” (x page 58) for the operation of the menu screen. 3) Select the input by pressing the input selection button on the remote control or the control panel. f The buttons that can be used on the remote control or the control panel are as follows. Remote control: <HDMI 1> button, <HDMI 2> button, <DIGITAL LINK> button, <COMPUTER 1> button, <COMPUTER 2> button, <VIDEO> button Control panel: <INPUT SELECT> button f For details of operation for input selection, refer to “Selecting the input signal” (x page 48). 4) Adjust the front, back and sideway tilt of the projector with the adjustable feet. (x page 50) 5) Adjust the position of the projected image by operating the lens shift lever. 6) If the input signal is the analog RGB signal or the HDMI signal, press the <AUTO SETUP> button. 7) Turn the zoom ring to adjust the size of the projected image to match the screen. 8) Adjust the focus again with the focus ring. 9) Adjust the zoom again with the zoom ring to adjust the size of the projected image to match the screen. Note f When the projector is switched on for the first time after purchase, as well as when the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [INITIALIZE] → [ALL USER DATA] is executed, the [INITIAL SETTING] screen is displayed after projection starts. Refer to “When the initial setting screen is displayed” (x page 41) for details. Switching off the projector

3) 2) 1) Press the power <v/b> button. 1) 4) 1) 2)

f The [POWER OFF(STANDBY)] confirmation screen is displayed. 2) Press qw to select [OK], and press the <ENTER> button. (Or press the power <v/b> button again.) f Projection of the image will stop, and the power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> on the projector body lights orange. (The fan keeps running.) 3) Wait for a few seconds until the power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> of the projector body lights/ blinks red. 4) Press the <OFF> side of the <MAIN POWER> switch to turn off the power. Note f For approximately five seconds after the projector is turned off, the indicator does not light up even if the power is turned on. 46 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Switching on/off the projector f Even when the power <v/b> button is pressed and the projector is switched off, the projector consumes power if the main power of the projector is on. When the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] → [STANDBY MODE] is set to [ECO], use of some functions is restricted, but the power consumption during standby mode can be conserved. f While projecting, the power can be turned off by pressing the <OFF> side of the <MAIN POWER> switch, or by directly using the breaker under conditions where the <MAIN POWER> switch of the projector cannot be switched off/on easily such as while installing on the ceiling. However, the settings or adjustments performed right before the power is turned off may not be reflected. ENGLISH - 47 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Projecting Projecting Check the external device connection (x page 34) and the power cord connection (x page 39), and turn on the power (x page 40) to start projection. Select the image to project, and adjust appearance of the projected image. Selecting the input signal Remote control Control panel The input of the image to project can be switched. Method to switch the input is as follows. f Press the input selection button on the remote control and directly specify the input to project. f Press the <INPUT SELECT> button on the control panel to display the input selection screen, and select the input to project from the list. Switching the input directly with the remote control The input for projection can be switched by directly specifying it with the input selection button on the remote control. 1) Press the input selection button (<HDMI 1>, <HDMI 2>, <DIGITAL LINK>, <COMPUTER 1>, <COMPUTER 2>, <VIDEO>). <HDMI 1> Switches the input to HDMI1. The image of the signal input to the <HDMI 1 IN> terminal is projected. <HDMI 2> Switches the input to HDMI2. The image of the signal input to the <HDMI 2 IN> terminal is projected. <DIGITAL LINK> Switches the input to DIGITAL LINK. The image of the signal input to the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal is projected. <COMPUTER 1> Switches the input to COMPUTER1. The image of the signal input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal is projected. <COMPUTER 2>*1 Switches the input to COMPUTER2. The image of the signal input to the <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal is projected. <VIDEO> Switches the input to VIDEO. The image of the signal input to the <VIDEO IN> terminal is projected. *1 The COMPUTER2 input is disabled when the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COMPUTER IN/OUT] → [COMPUTER2 SELECT] is set to [COMPUTER1 OUT]. Attention f Images may not be projected properly depending on the external device, or the Blu-ray disc or DVD disc, to be played back. Set the [PICTURE] menu → [SYSTEM SELECTOR]. f Confirm the aspect ratio of the projection screen and the image, and switch to an optimum aspect ratio from the [POSITION] menu → [ASPECT]. Note f When the optional DIGITAL LINK output supported device (Model No.: ET‑YFB100G, ET‑YFB200G) is connected to the <DIGITAL LINK/ LAN> terminal, the input on the DIGITAL LINK output supported device changes each time the <DIGITAL LINK> button is pressed. The input can also be changed using the RS‑232C control command. For twisted-pair-cable transmitters of other manufacturers, switch the input on the projector to DIGITAL LINK, and then switch the input on the twisted-pair-cable transmitter. f Set the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COMPUTER IN/OUT] → [INPUT SETTING] in accordance with the signal input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal. f Set the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COMPUTER IN/OUT] → [COMPUTER2 SELECT] to [COMPUTER2 IN] when a signal is to be input to the <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal. 48 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Projecting Switching the input by displaying the input selection screen The input for projection can be selected by displaying the input selection screen using the <INPUT SELECT> button on the control panel. 1) Press the <INPUT SELECT> button on the control panel. f The input selection screen is displayed. INPUT SELECT COMPUTER1 COMPUTER2 VIDEO HDMI1 HDMI2 DIGITAL LINK SELECT ENTER SET 2) Press as to select the input for projection, and press the <ENTER> button. Note f The input can also be switched by pressing the <INPUT SELECT> button while the input selection screen is displayed. The input will switch each time you press the <INPUT SELECT> button. f If the optional DIGITAL LINK output supported device (Model No.: ET‑YFB100G, ET‑YFB200G) is connected to the projector, the input selection menu for the DIGITAL LINK output supported device is displayed when the <ENTER> button is pressed while the DIGITAL LINK input is selected in the input selection screen. f If the optional DIGITAL LINK output supported device (Model No.: ET‑YFB100G, ET‑YFB200G) is connected to the projector, the DIGITAL LINK logo and the input name selected in the DIGITAL LINK output supported device are displayed in the display section of the [DIGITAL LINK] in the input selection screen. Adjusting the image Adjust the position, size, and focus of the projected image. Focus ring Lens shift lever Zoom ring Fig. 1 Fig. 2 1) Adjust the projection angle. f Install the projector on a flat surface so that the front of the projector is parallel to the screen surface, making the projected image rectangular. f If the projector is tilted downward than the screen, extend the adjustable feet so that the projected image becomes rectangular. f Refer to “Adjusting adjustable feet” (x page 50) for details. 2) Turn the lens shift lever counterclockwise and release the fixing of the lens shift lever. 3) Adjust the lens shift. (Fig. 1) f Adjust the position of the projected image by operating the lens shift lever. f Refer to “Adjustment range by the lens position shift (optical shift)” (x page 50) for details. ENGLISH - 49 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Projecting 4) Turn the lens shift lever clockwise to fix. 5) Adjust the zoom and the focus. (Fig. 2) f Adjust the size of the projected image by turning the zoom ring. f Adjust the focus by turning the focus ring. Note f It is recommended that images be projected continuously for at least 30 minutes before the focus is adjusted. f Since the projected image size will change when the focus ring is turned, fine adjust the projected image size again by turning the zoom ring. f Perform the [POSITION] menu → [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] when the projected image is distorted. Adjusting adjustable feet Install the projector on a flat surface so that the front of the projector is parallel to the screen surface and the projection screen is rectangular. If the screen is tilted downward, extend the front adjustable feet so that the projected image becomes rectangular. The adjustable feet can also be used to adjust the projector to be level when it is tilted in the horizontal direction. Adjustable feet can be extended by turning them as shown in the figure. Turning them in the opposite direction will return them to the original position. Maximum adjustable range Adjustable feet: 35 mm (1-3/8") each Attention f Be careful not to block the intake/exhaust vents with your hands or any objects when adjusting the adjustable feet while the light source is on. (x page 25) Adjustment range by the lens position shift (optical shift) Based on the standard projection position using the optical axis shift function, the projection position can be adjusted in the range shown in the following figure. Following figure shows the adjustment range when the projector is installed on the floor. Projected image width H 0.27 H 0.34 H V t V h g 4 i 6 e . h 0 e g a m i d e t c e j o V r P 4 4 . 0 Standard projection position Note f Optimal image can be achieved by installing the projector squarely in front of the screen and adjusting the lens shift lever to center. 50 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Operating with the remote control Operating with the remote control Using the shutter function If the projector is not used for a certain period of time during the meeting intermission, for example, it is possible to turn off the image and audio temporarily. button 1) Press the <SHUTTER> button. f The image and audio disappear. 2) Press the <SHUTTER> button again. f The image and audio reappear. Note f The power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> will blink green slowly while the shutter function is in use (shutter: closed). f The fade-in/fade-out time of the image can be set by the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [SHUTTER SETTING]. f To output audio while the shutter function is in use (shutter: closed), set the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [AUDIO SETTING] (x page 106) → [IN SHUTTER] to [ON]. f The projector does not have a built-in speaker. Audio is output from the external audio system connected to the <VARIABLE AUDIO OUT> terminal. f The light source may be lit dimly due to warm up when the shutter function is used in the operating environment temperature of around 0 °C (32 °F). Using the mute function Audio can be temporarily turned off. button 1) Press the <MUTE> button. f The audio is muted. 2) Press the <MUTE> button again. f The audio is turned on. ENGLISH - 51 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Operating with the remote control Adjusting the volume Adjust the volume of audio output. button 1) Press the <VOL-> button/<VOL+> button on the remote control. <VOL+> Increases the volume. <VOL-> Decreases the volume. Note f This operation can be also performed using qw on the control panel. Using the freeze function The projected image can be paused and audio can be turned off regardless of the playback of the external device. button 1) Press the <FREEZE> button. f The image freezes and audio is muted. 2) Press the <FREEZE> button again. f Freezing of the image is canceled and audio is turned on. Note f [FREEZE] is displayed on the screen when video is paused. f When freezing of the moving image is canceled, the image may disappear or be disrupted temporarily. Using the on-screen display function Turn off the on-screen display function (no display) when you do not wish the viewers to see the on-screen display, such as the menu or the input terminal name. button 1) Press the <ON SCREEN> button. f The on-screen display disappears. 2) Press the <ON SCREEN> button again. f The on-screen display appears. Note f If you press the <MENU> button on the control panel for at least three seconds while the on-screen display is off (hidden), the on-screen display is turned on. 52 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Operating with the remote control Using the automatic setup function The image position when the HDMI signal is input, or the resolution, clock phase, and image position when the analog RGB signal is input can be adjusted automatically. (Analog RGB signal is a signal structured with dots just like the computer signal.) It is recommended to input an image with bright white borders at the edges and high-contrast black and white characters when the automatic adjustment is being performed. Avoid using images that include halftones or gradation, such as photographs and computer graphics. button 1) Press the <AUTO SETUP> button. f [COMPLETE] is displayed when it has completed without any problem. Note f The clock phase may shift even if it has completed without any incident. In such a case, adjust the [POSITION] menu → [CLOCK PHASE] (x page 71). f If an image with blurred edges or a dark image is input, [INCOMPLETE] may appear or adjustment may not be performed properly even when [COMPLETE] appears. In such a case, adjust the following settings. g [ADVANCED MENU] menu → [INPUT RESOLUTION] (x page 75) g [POSITION] menu → [CLOCK PHASE] (x page 71) g [POSITION] menu → [SHIFT] (x page 69) f Adjust special signals according to the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [AUTO SETUP] (x page 81). f Automatic adjustment may not be possible depending on the computer model. f Automatic adjustment may not be possible for the synchronization signal for composite sync or SYNC ON GREEN. f Image may be disrupted for a few seconds during automatic adjustment, but this is not a malfunction. f Adjustment is required for each input signal. f Automatic adjustment can be canceled by pressing the <MENU> button during the automatic adjustment operation. f Even if a signal possible to perform the automatic setup is being input, it may not be able to adjust correctly if the automatic setup function is used while the moving image is being input. [INCOMPLETE] may be displayed, or the adjustment may not be completed correctly even if [COMPLETE] is displayed. Using the screen adjustment function The [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] menu can be displayed. Correct the distortion of the image that occurs when the projector is installed tilted or when the screen is tilted or curved. button 1) Press the <SCREEN ADJ> button. f The [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] screen is displayed. 2) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [OFF] Disables the screen adjustment function. [KEYSTONE] Adjusts any trapezoidal distortion in the projected image. [CORNER CORRECTION] Adjusts any distortion in the four corners of the projected image. [CURVED CORRECTION] Adjusts any curved distortion in the projected image. f The items will also switch by pressing the <SCREEN ADJ> button. f Proceed to Step 3) when anything other than [OFF] is selected. 3) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [KEYSTONE] screen, the [CORNER CORRECTION] screen, or the [CURVED CORRECTION] screen is displayed. Note f To adjust [KEYSTONE] or [CURVED CORRECTION], press as to select the item to adjust, and press qw to adjust the item. f To adjust [CORNER CORRECTION], press as to select the item to adjust. Individual adjustment screen is displayed by pressing the <ENTER> button. Adjust the item using asqw. f Only one of the [KEYSTONE], [CORNER CORRECTION], or [CURVED CORRECTION] setting is enabled. f Refer to the [POSITION] menu → [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] (x page 71) for details. ENGLISH - 53 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Operating with the remote control Switching the image aspect ratio Switch the image aspect ratio according to the input. button 1) Press the <ASPECT> button. f The setting will change each time you press the button. Note f Refer to the [POSITION] menu → [ASPECT] (x page 69) for details. Using the function button By assigning the following functions to the <FUNCTION> button, it can be used as a simplified shortcut button. [SUB MEMORY], [SYSTEM SELECTOR], [DAYLIGHT VIEW], [WAVEFORM MONITOR] button 1) Press the <FUNCTION> button. Note f Assignment of the function is performed from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [FUNCTION BUTTON] (x page 105). Displaying internal test pattern The projector has eight types of internal test patterns to check the condition of the projector body. To display test patterns, perform the following steps. button 1) Press the <TEST PATTERN> button. 2) Press qw to select the test pattern. Note f Test patterns can also be displayed using the menu operation. Refer to “[TEST PATTERN] menu” (x page 113) for details. f Settings of position, size, and other factors will not be reflected in test patterns. Make sure to display the input signal before performing various adjustments. Using the status function Display the status of the projector. button 1) Press the <STATUS> button. f The [STATUS] screen is displayed. 54 - ENGLISH Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Operating with the remote control

STATUS PROJECTOR TYPE SERIAL NUMBER PROJECTOR RUNTIME LIGHT RUNTIME CONTINUOUS LIGHTING TIME MAIN/SUB VERSION 1/3 PT-FRZ50 SW1234567 10h 2h 1h 23min 1.00 / 1.00 INTAKE AIR TEMP. OPTICS MODULE TEMP. EXHAUST AIR TEMP. LIGHT TEMP. 1 LIGHT TEMP. 2 SELF TEST 31°C/87°F 27°C/80°F 31°C/87°F 31°C/87°F 31°C/87°F NO ERRORS

SEND E-MAIL ENTER CHANGE EXIT MENU Note f The projector status can also be displayed using the menu operation. Refer to the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [STATUS] (x page 108) for details. Using the ECO management function Display the setting screen relating to ECO management. button 1) Press the <ECO> button. Note f Refer to the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [ECO MANAGEMENT] (x page 95) for details. Using the HDMI-CEC function Display the HDMI-CEC operation screen. button 1) Press the <CEC> button. f The HDMI-CEC operation screen is displayed. Note f Refer to the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [HDMI CEC] (x page 110) for details. Setting ID number of the remote control When you use the multiple projectors together, you can operate all the projectors simultaneously or each projector individually using a single remote control, if a unique ID number is assigned to each projector. After setting the ID number of the projector, set same ID number on the remote control. The factory default ID number of the projector is set to [ALL]. When using a single projector, press the <ID ALL> button on the remote control. Also, you can control a projector by pressing the <ID ALL> button on the remote control even if you do not know the projector ID. button 1) Press the <ID SET> button on the remote control. 2) Within five seconds, press and set the one-digit or two-digit ID number set on the projector body using the number (<0> - <9>) buttons. f If you press the <ID ALL> button, you can control the projectors regardless of the ID number setting of the projector body. ENGLISH - 55 Chapter 3 Basic Operations — Operating with the remote control Attention f Since the ID number of the remote control can be set without the projector body, do not press the <ID SET> button on the remote control carelessly. If the <ID SET> button is pressed and no number (<0> - <9>) buttons are pressed within five seconds, the ID number returns to its original value before the <ID SET> button was pressed. f The ID number set on the remote control will be stored unless it is set again. However, it will be erased if the remote control is left with dead batteries. Set the same ID number again when the batteries are replaced. Note f When the ID number of the remote control is set to [0], you can control the projector regardless of the ID number setting of the projector body, as same as when [ALL] is set. f Set the ID number of the projector body from the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [PROJECTOR ID]. 56 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings This chapter describes the settings and adjustments you can make using the on-screen menu. ENGLISH - 57 Chapter 4 Settings — Menu navigation Menu navigation The on-screen menu (Menu) is used to perform various settings and adjustments of the projector. Navigating through the menu Operating procedure button 1) Press the <MENU> button on the remote control or control panel. f The [MAIN MENU] screen is displayed. MAIN MENU PICTURE POSITION ADVANCED MENU DISPLAY LANGUAGE DISPLAY OPTION PROJECTOR SETUP TEST PATTERN SIGNAL LIST SECURITY NETWORK MENU SELECT ENTER SUB MENU 2) Press as to select an item from the main menu. f The selected item is highlighted in yellow. MAIN MENU PICTURE POSITION ADVANCED MENU DISPLAY LANGUAGE DISPLAY OPTION PROJECTOR SETUP TEST PATTERN SIGNAL LIST SECURITY NETWORK MENU SELECT ENTER SUB MENU 3) Press the <ENTER> button. f The sub-menu items of the selected main menu are displayed. POSITION SHIFT

ASPECT ZOOM CLOCK PHASE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT MENU SELECT DEFAULT 0 OFF ENTER SUB MENU

58 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — Menu navigation 4) Press as to select a sub-menu, and press qw or the <ENTER> button to change or adjust settings. f Some items will switch in order as follows each time you press qw. A B C f For some items, press qw to display an individual adjustment screen with a bar scale as shown below. CONTRAST 0 ADJUST Note f Pressing the <MENU> button while the menu screen is displayed returns to the previous menu. Same operation is available by pressing the <RETURN> button. f Some items or functions may not be adjusted or used for certain signals to be input to the projector. When the items cannot be adjusted or used, the items in the menu screen are shown in black characters, and they cannot be adjusted or set. If the item in the menu screen is displayed in black characters and the item cannot be adjusted or set, the factor causing it is displayed by pressing the <ENTER> button while the corresponding menu is selected. f Some items can be adjusted even if signals are not input. f Individual adjustment screen is cleared automatically if no operation is performed for approximately five seconds. f For menu items, refer to “Main menu” (x page 59) and “Sub-menu” (x page 60). f The cursor color depends on the setting in the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] → [OSD COLOR]. The selected item is displayed with the yellow cursor by the factory default. f In the portrait setting, the on-screen menu is displayed sideways. To display the on-screen menu vertically, change the setting of the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] → [OSD ROTATION]. Resetting adjustment values to the factory default If the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control is pressed, the values adjusted in the menu items are restored to the factory default settings. button 1) Press the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control. CONTRAST 0 ADJUST Note f You cannot reset all the settings to the factory default at a time. f To reset all the settings adjusted in the sub-menu item to the factory default one at a time, execute the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [INITIALIZE]. f Some items cannot be reset to the factory default settings even when the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control is pressed. Adjust those items individually. f The triangular mark under the bar scale in the individual adjustment screen indicates the factory default setting. The position of the triangular mark varies according to the selected input signals. Current adjustment value Factory default setting Main menu The following items are in the main menu. When a main menu item is selected, the screen changes to a sub-menu selection screen. Main menu item Page [PICTURE] 63 [POSITION] 69 ENGLISH - 59 Chapter 4 Settings — Menu navigation Main menu item Page [ADVANCED MENU] 74 [DISPLAY LANGUAGE] 78 [DISPLAY OPTION] 79 [PROJECTOR SETUP] 94 [TEST PATTERN] 113 [SIGNAL LIST] 114 [SECURITY] 117 [NETWORK] 120 Sub-menu The sub-menu of the selected main menu item is displayed, and you can set and adjust items in the sub-menu. [PICTURE] Sub-menu item Factory default Page [PICTURE MODE] [GRAPHIC]*1 63 [CONTRAST] [0] 63 [BRIGHTNESS] [0] 63 [COLOR] [0]*2 64 [TINT] [0] 64 [COLOR TEMPERATURE] [DEFAULT]*2 64 [WHITE GAIN] [+10] 65 [GAMMA] [DEFAULT] 66 [DAYLIGHT VIEW] [AUTO]*2 66 [SHARPNESS] [+6]*2 66 [NOISE REDUCTION] [OFF]*2 67 [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] [OFF]*2 67 [SYSTEM SELECTOR] [AUTO]*1 67 *1 Depends on the signal input. *2 Depends on the [PICTURE MODE]. [POSITION] Sub-menu item Factory default Page [SHIFT] ― 69 [ASPECT] [DEFAULT]*1 69 [ZOOM] ― 70 [CLOCK PHASE] [0]*1 71 [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] [OFF] 71 *1 Depends on the signal input. [ADVANCED MENU] Sub-menu item Factory default Page [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] [AUTO]*1 74 [BLANKING] ― 74 [INPUT RESOLUTION] ― 75 [CLAMP POSITION] [24]*1 75 [EDGE BLENDING] [OFF] 75 60 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — Menu navigation Sub-menu item Factory default Page [FRAME RESPONSE] [NORMAL] 77 [RASTER POSITION] ― 77 *1 Depends on the signal input. Note f The factory default setting varies depending on the selected input terminal. [DISPLAY LANGUAGE] Details (x page 78) [DISPLAY OPTION] Sub-menu item Factory default Page [COLOR MATCHING] [OFF] 79 [COLOR CORRECTION] [OFF] 80 [SCREEN SETTING] ― 80 [AUTO SIGNAL] [OFF] 81 [AUTO SETUP] ― 81 [COMPUTER IN/OUT] ― 82 [HDMI IN] ― 84 [DIGITAL LINK IN] ― 85 [ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] ― 87 [CLOSED CAPTION SETTING] ― 89 [BACK COLOR] [BLUE] 89 [STARTUP LOGO] [DEFAULT LOGO] 90 [UNIFORMITY] ― 90 [SHUTTER SETTING] ― 91 [FREEZE] ― 92 [WAVEFORM MONITOR] [OFF] 92 [CUT OFF] ― 93 [PROJECTOR SETUP] Sub-menu item Factory default Page [PROJECTOR ID] [ALL] 94 [PROJECTION METHOD] ― 94 [ECO MANAGEMENT] ― 95 [BRIGHTNESS CONTROL] ― 98 [SCHEDULE] [OFF] 102 [INITIAL STARTUP] [LAST MEMORY] 104 [STARTUP INPUT SELECT] [LAST USED] 104 [RS-232C] ― 105 [FUNCTION BUTTON] ― 105 [AUDIO SETTING] ― 106 [DC OUT] [ON] 107 [STATUS] ― 108 [DATE AND TIME] ― 109 [SAVE ALL USER DATA] ― 109 [LOAD ALL USER DATA] ― 110 [HDMI CEC] [ON] 110 [INITIALIZE] ― 112 [SERVICE PASSWORD] ― 112 ENGLISH - 61 Chapter 4 Settings — Menu navigation [TEST PATTERN] Details (x page 113) [SIGNAL LIST] Details (x page 114) [SECURITY] Sub-menu item Factory default Page [SECURITY PASSWORD] [OFF] 117 [SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE] ― 117 [DISPLAY SETTING] [OFF] 117 [TEXT CHANGE] ― 118 [CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] ― 118 [CONTROL DEVICE PASSWORD CHANGE] ― 119 [NETWORK] Sub-menu item Factory default Page [ETHERNET TYPE] [LAN] 120 [DIGITAL LINK] ― 120 [WIRED LAN] ― 122 [PROJECTOR NAME] ― 122 [NETWORK STATUS] ― 122 [ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] ― 123 [NETWORK CONTROL] ― 125 [PJLink] ― 125 [Art-Net] ― 127 Note f Some items may not be adjusted or used for certain signal formats to be input to the projector. When the items cannot be adjusted or used, the items in the menu screen are shown in black characters, and they cannot be adjusted or set. f The factory default setting varies depending on the selected input terminal. 62 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [PICTURE] menu [PICTURE] menu On the menu screen, select [PICTURE] from the main menu, and select an item from the sub-menu. Refer to “Navigating through the menu” (x page 58) for the operation of the menu screen. [PICTURE MODE] You can switch to the desired picture mode suitable for the image source and the environment in which the projector is used. 1) Press as to select [PICTURE MODE]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [PICTURE MODE] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [STANDARD] The image becomes suitable for moving images in general. [CINEMA] The image becomes suitable for movie contents. [NATURAL] The image becomes sRGB compliant. [REC709] The image becomes Rec.709 compliant when the setting other than [PICTURE MODE] is set to the factory default. [DICOM SIM.] The image becomes similar to that of DICOM Part 14 Grayscale Standard. [DYNAMIC] The light output is maximized for use in bright areas. [GRAPHIC] The image becomes suitable for input from the personal computer. Note f The factory default picture mode is [GRAPHIC] for still image input signals and [STANDARD] for movie-based input signals. f Rec.709 is an abbreviation of “ITU-R Recommendation BT.709” and is a color standard of high-vision broadcasting. f DICOM is an abbreviation of “Digital Imaging and COmmunication in Medicine” and is a standard for medical imaging devices. Although the DICOM name is used, the projector is not a medical device, and display images should not be used for medical purposes such as diagnosis. [CONTRAST] You can adjust the contrast of the colors. 1) Press as to select [CONTRAST]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [CONTRAST] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to adjust the level. Operation Adjustment Range of adjustment Press w. The screen becomes brighter. -31 - +31 Press q. The screen becomes darker. Attention f Adjust the [PICTURE] menu → [BRIGHTNESS] first when you need to adjust the black level. [BRIGHTNESS] You can adjust the dark (black) part of the projected image. 1) Press as to select [BRIGHTNESS]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [BRIGHTNESS] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to adjust the level. Operation Adjustment Range of adjustment Press w. Increases the brightness of the dark (black) parts of the screen. -31 - +31 Press q. Reduces the brightness of the dark (black) parts of the screen. ENGLISH - 63 Chapter 4 Settings — [PICTURE] menu [COLOR] You can adjust the color saturation of the projected image. 1) Press as to select [COLOR]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [COLOR] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to adjust the level. Operation Adjustment Range of adjustment Press w. Deepens colors. -31 - +31 Press q. Weakens colors. [TINT] You can adjust the skin tone in the projected image. 1) Press as to select [TINT]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [TINT] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to adjust the level. Operation Adjustment Range of adjustment Press w. Adjusts skin tone toward greenish color. -31 - +31 Press q. Adjusts skin tone toward reddish purple. [COLOR TEMPERATURE] You can switch the color temperature if the white areas of the projected image are bluish or reddish. Adjusting with color temperature 1) Press as to select [COLOR TEMPERATURE]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [DEFAULT] Factory default setting. [USER] Adjusts white balance as desired. Refer to “Adjusting desired white balance” (x page 64) for details. [LOW]/[HIGH] Select an item so that images become natural. Note f [DEFAULT] cannot be selected when the [PICTURE] menu → [PICTURE MODE] is set to [DICOM SIM.]. f The item is fixed to [USER] when the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COLOR MATCHING] is set to anything other than [OFF]. Adjusting desired white balance 1) Press as to select [COLOR TEMPERATURE]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to select [USER]. 4) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] screen is displayed. 64 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [PICTURE] menu 5) Press as to select [WHITE BALANCE]. 6) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [WHITE BALANCE] screen is displayed. 7) Press as to select [WHITE BALANCE HIGH] or [WHITE BALANCE LOW]. 8) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [WHITE BALANCE HIGH] screen or the [WHITE BALANCE LOW] screen is displayed. 9) Press as to select [RED], [GREEN], or [BLUE]. 10) Press qw to adjust the level. Item Operation Adjustment Range of adjustment [RED]Press w. Deepens red. Press q. Weakens red.

[GREEN]Press w. Deepens green. Press q. Weakens green. [BLUE]Press w. Deepens blue. Press q. Weakens blue. Note [WHITE BALANCE HIGH]: 0 - +255 (factory default is +255) [WHITE BALANCE LOW]: -127 - +127 (factory default is 0)

f Adjust [COLOR TEMPERATURE] correctly. All colors will not be displayed properly unless adequate adjustment is made. If the adjustment does not look suitable, you can press the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control to return the setting for the selected item only to the factory default setting. Changing the [USER] name 1) Press as to select [COLOR TEMPERATURE]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to select [USER]. 4) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [COLOR TEMPERATURE] screen is displayed. 5) Press as to select [COLOR TEMPERATURE NAME CHANGE]. 6) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [COLOR TEMPERATURE NAME CHANGE] screen is displayed. 7) Press asqw to select the text, and press the <ENTER> button to enter the text. 8) Press asqw to select [OK], and press the <ENTER> button. f The name set to color temperature is changed. Note f When a name is changed, display of [USER] is also changed. [WHITE GAIN] Adjust the brightness of the white part of the image. 1) Press as to select [WHITE GAIN]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [WHITE GAIN] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to adjust the level. ENGLISH - 65 Chapter 4 Settings — [PICTURE] menu Operation Adjustment Range of adjustment Press w. Brightness of the white part gets stronger. 0 - +10 Press q. The image becomes more natural. [GAMMA] You can switch gamma mode. 1) Press as to select [GAMMA]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [GAMMA] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [DEFAULT] Factory default setting. [1.8] [2.0] Set so that images become as you like. [2.2] Note f In the following conditions, the [DEFAULT] setting is disabled even when it is selected, and the same gamma mode as when [2.2] is set is applied. g When the [ADVANCED MENU] menu → [EDGE BLENDING] is set to anything other than [OFF] g When the levels of [WHITE], [RED], [GREEN], and [BLUE] are adjusted from the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [UNIFORMITY] g When the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [UNIFORMITY] → [PC CORRECTION] is set to [ON] [DAYLIGHT VIEW] You can correct the image to the optimal vividness even if it is projected under a bright light. 1) Press as to select [DAYLIGHT VIEW]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [DAYLIGHT VIEW] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [AUTO] Detects the brightness of the installed environment by the luminance sensor, and automatically corrects the vividness of the image. [OFF] No correction. [1] Corrects the image to weaken vividness. [2] Corrects the image to medium vividness. [3] Corrects the image to high vividness. Note f [AUTO] cannot be selected when the [ADVANCED MENU] menu → [EDGE BLENDING] is set to [ON] or [USER]. f [AUTO] cannot be selected when the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [FRONT/REAR] of [PROJECTION METHOD] is set to [REAR]. f The luminance may not be detected correctly when an object is placed on top of the projector, blocking the luminance sensor. In such a case, this function may not operate properly even if it is set to [AUTO]. f The factory default setting is [OFF] when the [PICTURE] menu → [PICTURE MODE] is set to [NATURAL], [REC709], or [DICOM SIM.]. In this case, [AUTO] cannot be selected. [SHARPNESS] You can adjust the sharpness of the projected image. 1) Press as to select [SHARPNESS]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [SHARPNESS] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to adjust the level. 66 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [PICTURE] menu Operation Adjustment Range of adjustment Press w. Contours become sharper. 0 - +15 Press q. Contours become softer. Note f If you press w while the adjustment value is [+15], the value will become [0]. If you press q while the adjustment value is [0], the value will become [+15]. [NOISE REDUCTION] You can reduce noises when the input image is degraded and noise is occurring in the image signal. 1) Press as to select [NOISE REDUCTION]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [NOISE REDUCTION] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [OFF] No correction. [1] Slightly corrects the noise. [2] Moderately corrects the noise. [3] Strongly corrects the noise. Attention f When this is set for an input signal with less noise, the image may look different from the original image. In such a case, set it to [OFF]. [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] Light adjustment of the light source is performed automatically according to the image to make the contrast optimum for the image. 1) Press as to select [DYNAMIC CONTRAST]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [OFF] Disables the dynamic contrast function. [1] Adjusts the light source and compensates signals to a small extent. [2] Adjusts the light source and compensates signals to a large extent. Note f The brightness control function and the dynamic contrast function will operate simultaneously, but the dynamic contrast function will not operate while measuring the brightness and the color. [SYSTEM SELECTOR] The projector will automatically detect the input signal, but you can set the system method manually when an unstable signal is input. Set the system method matching the input signal. 1) Press as to select [SYSTEM SELECTOR]. 2) Press the <ENTER> button. 3) Press as to select a system format. f Available system formats vary depending on the input signal. ENGLISH - 67 Chapter 4 Settings — [PICTURE] menu Terminal System format Select [AUTO], [NTSC], [NTSC4.43], [PAL], [PAL‑M], [PAL‑N], [SECAM], or [PAL60].

<VIDEO IN> terminal, <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal*1 <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal*2, <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal <HDMI 1 IN> terminal, <HDMI 2 IN> terminal, <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal Select [AUTO] normally. ([AUTO] will automatically determine from [NTSC], [NTSC4.43], [PAL], [PAL‑M], [PAL‑N], [SECAM], or [PAL60].) Switch the setting to the appropriate TV signal format. 480/60i, 576/50i, or 576/50p signal Select [RGB] or [YCBCR]. 640 x 480/60 or 480/60p signal Select [640x480/60], [480/60p YCBCR], or [480/60p RGB]. Other moving image signals Select [RGB] or [YPBPR]. 480/60i, 576/50i, 480/60p, or 576/50p signal Select [AUTO], [RGB], or [YCBCR]. Other moving image signals Select [AUTO], [RGB], or [YPBPR].

*1 When the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COMPUTER IN/OUT] → [INPUT SETTING] is set to [Y/C] *2 When the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COMPUTER IN/OUT] → [INPUT SETTING] is set to [RGB/YPBPR] 4) Press the <ENTER> button. Note f For details of the types of video signals that can be used with the projector, refer to “List of compatible signals” (x page 176). f This may not function properly for some connected external devices. sRGB-compliant video sRGB is an international standard (IEC61966‑2‑1) for color reproduction defined by IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission). Set according to the following steps to reproduce more faithful, sRGB compliant colors. 1) Set [COLOR MATCHING] to [OFF]. f Refer to [COLOR MATCHING] (x page 79). 2) Display the [PICTURE] menu. f Refer to “[PICTURE] menu” (x page 63). 3) Press as to select [PICTURE MODE]. 4) Press qw to set [NATURAL]. 5) Press as to select [COLOR]. 6) Press the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control to set the factory default setting. 7) Follow Steps 5) to 6) to set [TINT], [COLOR TEMPERATURE], [WHITE GAIN], [GAMMA], and [DAYLIGHT VIEW] to the factory default settings. Note f sRGB is available for RGB signal input only. 68 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [POSITION] menu [POSITION] menu On the menu screen, select [POSITION] from the main menu, and select an item from the sub-menu. Refer to “Navigating through the menu” (x page 58) for the operation of the menu screen. Note f When the optional DIGITAL LINK output supported device (Model No.: ET‑YFB100G, ET‑YFB200G) is connected to the <DIGITAL LINK/ LAN> terminal, adjust the shift, aspect, and clock phase from the menu of DIGITAL LINK output supported device at first. [SHIFT] Move the image position vertically or horizontally if the image projected on the screen is still out of position even when the positions of the projector and screen are correct. 1) Press as to select [SHIFT]. 2) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [SHIFT] screen is displayed. 3) Press asqw to adjust the position. Orientation Operation Adjustment Press a. The image position moves up. Vertical (up and down) adjustment Press s. The image position moves down. Press w. The image position moves to the right. Horizontal (right and left) adjustment Press q. The image position moves to the left. Note f For the portrait setting, image position is moved horizontally when “Vertical (up and down) adjustment” is made. Image position is moved vertically when “Horizontal (right and left) adjustment” is made. [ASPECT] You can switch the aspect ratio of the image. The aspect ratio is switched within the screen range selected in the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [SCREEN SETTING] → [SCREEN FORMAT]. Set [SCREEN FORMAT] first. (x page 80) 1) Press as to select [ASPECT]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [ASPECT] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [DEFAULT] Displays images without changing the aspect ratio of the input signals. [VID AUTO]*1 Identifies the video ID (VID) embedded in the video signal, and automatically switches the image size between 4:3 and 16:9. This is enabled when NTSC signal is input. ENGLISH - 69 Chapter 4 Settings — [POSITION] menu [AUTO]*2 Identifies the video ID (VID) embedded in the video signal, and automatically switches the image size between 4:3 and 16:9. This is enabled when 480/60i or 480/60p signal is input. [THROUGH] Displays images without changing the resolution of the input signals. [16:9] Displays images with the aspect ratio converted to 16:9 when standard signals are input*3. When wide-screen signals are input*4, the images are displayed without changing the aspect ratio. Displays images without changing the aspect ratio when standard signals are input*3. When wide

[4:3] [H FIT] [V FIT] [HV FIT] screen signals are input*4, the images are reduced to be displayed without changing input aspect ratio so that the images will fit in the 4:3 screen. Displays images using the entire width of the screen range selected in [SCREEN FORMAT]. When signals have the aspect ratio vertically longer than the screen aspect ratio selected in [SCREEN FORMAT], the images are displayed with the top and bottom parts cut off. Displays images using the entire height of the screen range selected in [SCREEN FORMAT]. When signals have the aspect ratio horizontally longer than the aspect ratio of the screen selected in [SCREEN FORMAT], the images are displayed with the right and left parts cut off. Displays images in the entire screen range selected in [SCREEN FORMAT]. When the aspect ratio of the input signals differs from that of the screen range, the images are displayed with the aspect ratio converted to that of the screen selected in [SCREEN FORMAT].

*1 During video signals and Y/C signal (NTSC) input only *2 During RGB signal (480/60i, 480/60p) input only *3 Standard signals are input signals with an aspect ratio of 4:3 or 5:4. *4 Wide-screen signals are input signals with an aspect ratio of 16:10, 16:9, 15:9 or 15:10. Note f Some size modes are not available for certain types of input signals. [DEFAULT] cannot be selected for video signal, Y/C signal (NTSC), or RGB (480/60i, 480/60p) signal. [THROUGH] cannot be selected for a 4K video signal (resolution of 3 840 x 2 160 or 4 096 x 2 160). f If an aspect ratio which is different from the aspect ratio for the input signals is selected, the images will appear differently from the originals. Be careful of this when selecting the aspect ratio. f If using the projector in places such as cafes or hotels to display programs for a commercial purpose or for public presentation, note that adjusting the aspect ratio or using the zoom function to change the screen images may be an infringement of the rights of the original copyright owner for that program under copyright protection laws. Take care when using a function of the projector such as the aspect ratio adjustment and zoom function. f If conventional (normal) 4:3 images which are not wide-screen images are displayed on a wide screen, the edges of the images may not be visible or they may become distorted. Such images should be viewed as with an aspect ratio of 4:3 in the original format intended by the creator of the images. [ZOOM] You can adjust the image size. The adjustments in [ZOOM] will differ depending on the setting of the [POSITION] menu → [ASPECT]. When [ASPECT] is set to other than [DEFAULT] and [THROUGH] 1) Press as to select [ZOOM]. 2) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [ZOOM] screen is displayed. 3) Press as to select [INTERLOCKED]. 4) Press qw to switch the item. [OFF] Sets the [VERTICAL] and [HORIZONTAL] zoom ratio. [ON] Uses [BOTH] to set zoom ratio. Image can be enlarged or reduced vertically and horizontally at the same magnification. 5) Press as to select [VERTICAL] or [HORIZONTAL]. f If [ON] is selected, select [BOTH]. 6) Press qw to adjust. Note f When the [POSITION] menu → [ASPECT] is set to [THROUGH], [ZOOM] cannot be adjusted. When [ASPECT] is set to [DEFAULT] 1) Press as to select [ZOOM]. 70 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [POSITION] menu 2) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [ZOOM] screen is displayed. 3) Press as to select [MODE]. 4) Press qw to switch the item. [INTERNAL] Enlarges the size within the aspect range set with [SCREEN FORMAT]. [FULL] Enlarges or reduces the size using the entire display area set with [SCREEN FORMAT]. 5) Press as to select [INTERLOCKED]. 6) Press qw to switch the item. [OFF] Sets the [VERTICAL] and [HORIZONTAL] zoom ratio. [ON] Uses [BOTH] to set zoom ratio. Image can be enlarged or reduced vertically and horizontally at the same magnification. 7) Press as to select [VERTICAL] or [HORIZONTAL]. f If [ON] is selected, select [BOTH]. 8) Press qw to adjust. Note f When the [POSITION] menu → [ASPECT] is set to anything other than [DEFAULT], [MODE] is not displayed. [CLOCK PHASE] You can adjust the image to achieve an optimal image when there is a flickering image or smeared outlines. 1) Press as to select [CLOCK PHASE]. 2) Press qw or the <ENTER> button. f The [CLOCK PHASE] individual adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to adjust. f Adjustment value will change between [0] and [+31]. Adjust the image so that the amount of interference is at a minimum. Note f Adjustment may not be possible depending on the signal. f There may be no optimal value if the output from the input computer is unstable. f There may be no optimal value when the total dot number is shifted. f [CLOCK PHASE] can be adjusted when YCBCR/YPBPR signal or analog RGB signal is input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal or the <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal. f [CLOCK PHASE] cannot be adjusted when a digital signal is input. f The adjustment value will change to [0] when w is pressed while it was at [+31]. Also, the adjustment value will change to [+31] when q is pressed while it was at [0]. [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] You can correct various types of distortion in a projected image. Unique image processing technology enables projection of a square image on a special screen shape. 1) Press as to select [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT]. 2) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [OFF] Does not perform [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT]. [KEYSTONE] Adjusts any trapezoidal distortion in the projected image. [CORNER CORRECTION] Adjusts any distortion in the four corners of the projected image. [CURVED CORRECTION] Adjusts any curved distortion in the projected image. ENGLISH - 71 Chapter 4 Settings — [POSITION] menu Setting [KEYSTONE] or [CURVED CORRECTION] 1) Press as to select [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT]. 2) Press qw to select [KEYSTONE] or [CURVED CORRECTION]. 3) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [KEYSTONE] or [CURVED CORRECTION] screen is displayed. 4) Press as to select the item to adjust. 5) Press qw to adjust. [KEYSTONE] [LENS THROW RATIO] Set the throw ratio. Select the value close to the actual projection distance divided by projected image width here. [VERTICAL KEYSTONE] [HORIZONTAL KEYSTONE] [VERTICAL BALANCE] [HORIZONTAL BALANCE]

Adjust the setting according to the lens shift range in the vertical direction. Adjust the setting according to the lens shift range in the horizontal direction.

[CURVED CORRECTION] [LENS THROW RATIO] Set the throw ratio. Select the value close to the actual projection distance divided by projected image width here. [VERTICAL KEYSTONE] [HORIZONTAL KEYSTONE] [VERTICAL ARC] [HORIZONTAL ARC] [VERTICAL BALANCE] [HORIZONTAL BALANCE] [MAINTAIN ASPECT RATIO] Select [ON] to correct while keeping the aspect ratio. 72 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [POSITION] menu Setting [CORNER CORRECTION] 1) Press as to select [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT]. 2) Press qw to select [CORNER CORRECTION]. 3) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [CORNER CORRECTION] screen is displayed. 4) Press as to select the item to adjust, and press the <ENTER> button. 5) Press asqw to adjust. [CORNER CORRECTION] [UPPER LEFT] [UPPER RIGHT] [LOWER LEFT] [LOWER RIGHT] [LINEARITY] Horizontal direction Vertical direction Note f The picture quality will degrade more when the correction for [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] increases, making it harder to focus. Install the projector so that the correction will be as small as possible. f Image size will also change when [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] is used to perform various adjustments. f If [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] and the adjustment in the [ADVANCED MENU] menu → [EDGE BLENDING] are used together, the edge blending may not be adjusted correctly depending on the environment. f The image may disappear for a moment or may be disrupted while performing adjustment, but this is not a malfunction. ENGLISH - 73 Chapter 4 Settings — [ADVANCED MENU] menu [ADVANCED MENU] menu On the menu screen, select [ADVANCED MENU] from the main menu, and select an item from the sub menu. Refer to “Navigating through the menu” (x page 58) for the operation of the menu screen. [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] The picture quality is enhanced by raising the vertical resolution higher by performing the cinema processing when 576/50i signal for PAL (or SECAM), 480/60i signal for NTSC, or 1080/50i or 1080/60i signal is input. 1) Press as to select [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY]. 2) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [AUTO] Automatically detects the signal and performs the cinema processing. (Factory default setting) [OFF] Does not perform cinema processing. [30p FIXED] When 480/60i or 1080/60i signal is input Performs forced cinema processing (2:2 pulldown). [25p FIXED] When 576/50i or 1080/50i signal is input Note f In [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY], the picture quality will degrade when a signal other than the 2:2 pulldown is set as [25p FIXED] or [30p FIXED]. (Vertical resolution will degrade.) f When the [ADVANCED MENU] menu → [FRAME RESPONSE] is set to [FAST], [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] cannot be set. [BLANKING] You can adjust the blanking width if there are noises at the edge of the screen or the image is slightly running out from the screen while an image from the VCR or other devices are projected. 1) Press as to select [BLANKING]. 2) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [BLANKING] adjustment screen is displayed. 3) Press as to select [UPPER], [LOWER], [LEFT], or [RIGHT]. 4) Press qw to adjust the blanking width. Blanking correction Item Operation Adjustment Range of adjustment Press q. The blanking zone moves upward.

Top of the screen [UPPER] Bottom of the screen [LOWER] Left side of the screen [LEFT] Right side of the screen [RIGHT] Press w. The blanking zone moves downward. Press w. The blanking zone moves upward. Press q. The blanking zone moves downward. Press w. The blanking zone moves to the right. Press q. The blanking zone moves to the left. Press q. The blanking zone moves to the right. Press w. The blanking zone moves to the left. Top and bottom 0 - 599 Left and right 0 - 959

74 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [ADVANCED MENU] menu [INPUT RESOLUTION] You can adjust the image to achieve an optimal image when there is a flickering image or smeared outlines. 1) Press as to select [INPUT RESOLUTION]. 2) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [INPUT RESOLUTION] screen is displayed. 3) Press as to select [TOTAL DOTS], [DISPLAY DOTS], [TOTAL LINES], or [DISPLAY LINES], and press qw to adjust each item. f Values corresponding to the signal being input are displayed automatically for each item. Increase or decrease the displayed values and adjust to the optimal point while viewing the screen if there are vertical stripes or sections are missing from the screen. Note f Previously mentioned vertical banding will not occur with all white signal input. f Image may be disrupted during automatic adjustment, but this is not a malfunction. f [INPUT RESOLUTION] can be adjusted only when an RGB signal is input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal or the <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal. f Adjustment may not be possible depending on the signal. [CLAMP POSITION] You can adjust the optimal point when the black part of the image is blunt or it has turned green. 1) Press as to select [CLAMP POSITION]. 2) Press qw to adjust. Status Rough guide for optimal value Range of adjustment The black part is blunt. The point where bluntness of the black part improves the most is the optimal value. 1 - 255 The black part is green. The point where the green part becomes black, and the bluntness has improved is the optimal value. Note f [CLAMP POSITION] can be adjusted only when a signal is input to the <COMPUTER 1 IN> terminal or the <COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT> terminal. f Adjustment may not be possible depending on the signal. [EDGE BLENDING] The edge blending function allows multiple images to be seamlessly overlapped by using the inclination of the brightness at the overlapped area. 1) Press as to select [EDGE BLENDING]. 2) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [OFF] Sets the edge blending function to off. [ON] Use the setting value preset in the projector for the inclination of the edge blending area. [USER] Use the user-setting value for the inclination of the edge blending area. (Configuration/registration requires separate software. Consult your dealer.) f Proceed to Step 3) when anything other than [OFF] is selected. 3) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [EDGE BLENDING] screen is displayed. 4) Press as to specify the location to be corrected. f When joining at top: Set [UPPER] to [ON] f When joining at bottom: Set [LOWER] to [ON] f When joining at left: Set [LEFT] to [ON] f When joining at right: Set [RIGHT] to [ON] ENGLISH - 75 Chapter 4 Settings — [ADVANCED MENU] menu 5) Press qw to switch to [ON]. 6) Press as to select [START] or [WIDTH]. 7) Press qw to adjust the starting position or correction width. 8) Press as to select [MARKER]. 9) Press qw to switch to [ON]. f A marker for image position adjustment is displayed. The position where the red and green lines overlap for the projectors to be joined will be the optimal point. Make sure to set the correction width for the projectors to be joined with the same value. Optimal joining is not possible with projectors that have different correction widths. The optimal point is the point at which these lines overlap. Green line Red line 10) Press as to select [BRIGHTNESS ADJUST]. 11) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [BRIGHTNESS ADJUST] screen is displayed. f By setting [AUTO TESTPATTERN] to [ON] on the [EDGE BLENDING] screen, the black test pattern is displayed when you enter the [BRIGHTNESS ADJUST] screen. 12) Press as to select [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL]. 13) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] screen is displayed. f [RED], [GREEN], and [BLUE] can be adjusted individually if [INTERLOCKED] is set to [OFF]. 14) Press as to select an item, and press qw to adjust the setting. f Once the adjustment is completed, press the <MENU> button to return to the [BRIGHTNESS ADJUST] screen. 15) Press as to select [UPPER], [LOWER], [LEFT], or [RIGHT] in [BLACK BORDER WIDTH]. 16) Press qw to set the region (width) of the [BLACK BORDER WIDTH] adjustment. 17) Press as to select [UPPER KEYSTONE AREA], [LOWER KEYSTONE AREA], [LEFT KEYSTONE AREA], or [RIGHT KEYSTONE AREA]. 18) Press qw to adjust the tilt of the border between [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] and [BLACK BORDER LEVEL]. 19) Press as to select [BLACK BORDER LEVEL]. 20) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [BLACK BORDER LEVEL] screen is displayed. f [RED], [GREEN], and [BLUE] can be adjusted individually if [INTERLOCKED] is set to [OFF]. 21) Press as to select an item, and press qw to adjust the setting. f Once the adjustment is completed, press the <MENU> button to return to the [BRIGHTNESS ADJUST] screen. 22) Press as to select [UPPER], [LOWER], [LEFT], or [RIGHT] for [OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL]. 76 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [ADVANCED MENU] menu 23) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] screen is displayed. f [RED], [GREEN], and [BLUE] can be adjusted individually if [INTERLOCKED] is set to [OFF]. 24) Press as to select an item, and press qw to adjust the setting. [BLACK BORDER WIDTH] (Right) Projection range Edge blending [WIDTH] (Right) [MARKER] (Red) Edge blending [START] (Right) ([MARKER] (Green)) [OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] (Right)

[NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] Note [BLACK BORDER LEVEL]

f [BRIGHTNESS ADJUST] is a function that makes the increased brightness in black level of the overlapping image area difficult to notice when [EDGE BLENDING] is used to structure a multi-display screen. The optimal point of correction is set by adjusting [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] so the black level of the overlapping image area will be the same level as the non-overlapping area. If the border area of the part where the image is overlapping and the non-overlapping part gets brighter after adjusting [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL], adjust the width of the top, bottom, left, or right. Adjust [BLACK BORDER LEVEL] when the width adjustment makes only the border area darker. f The joining part may look discontinuous depending on the position you are looking from when a screen with high gain or rear screen is used. f When structuring a multi-display screen using both horizontal and vertical edge blending, adjust [OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] first before making adjustments in Step 12). Adjustment method is same as the procedure of [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL]. f If only horizontal or vertical edge blending is used, set all items in [OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] to 0. f The [AUTO TESTPATTERN] setting will change in conjunction with the setting in the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COLOR MATCHING] → [AUTO TESTPATTERN]. f The tilt adjustment of the border between [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] and [BLACK BORDER LEVEL] is a function to perform edge blending together with the adjustment in [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] (x page 71). If the area of [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL] is tilted by correcting the keystone distortion with the [POSITION] menu → [SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] → [KEYSTONE], perform Steps 17) and 18) to adjust the tilt and adjust the edge blending according to the shape of [NON-OVERLAPPED BLACK LEVEL]. f If [EDGE BLENDING] is set to anything other than [OFF], the setting of the [PICTURE] menu → [GAMMA] → [DEFAULT] is disabled, and the same gamma mode as when [2.2] is set is applied. [FRAME RESPONSE] Set image frame delay. 1) Press as to select [FRAME RESPONSE]. 2) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [NORMAL] Standard setting. [FAST] Simplifies the image processing to reduce image frame delay. Note f When [FAST] is set, the picture quality deteriorates. The [ADVANCED MENU] menu → [DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] cannot be set. [RASTER POSITION] This will allow the position of the image to move within the display area arbitrarily when the input image is not using the whole display area. 1) Press as to select [RASTER POSITION]. 2) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [RASTER POSITION] screen is displayed. 3) Press asqw to adjust the position. ENGLISH - 77 Chapter 4 Settings — [DISPLAY LANGUAGE] menu [DISPLAY LANGUAGE] menu On the menu screen, select [DISPLAY LANGUAGE] from the main menu, and display the sub-menu. Refer to “Navigating through the menu” (x page 58) for the operation of the menu screen. Changing the display language You can select the language of the on-screen display. 1) Press asqw to select the display language and press the <ENTER> button. DISPLAY LANGUAGE SELECT ENTER SET f Various menus, settings, adjustment screens, control button names, etc., are displayed in the selected language. f The language can be switched to English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Czech, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Kazakh, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Thai. Note f The on-screen display language is set to English in the factory default setting as well as when the [PROJECTOR SETUP] menu → [INITIALIZE] → [ALL USER DATA] is executed. 78 - ENGLISH Chapter 4 Settings — [DISPLAY OPTION] menu [DISPLAY OPTION] menu On the menu screen, select [DISPLAY OPTION] from the main menu, and select an item from the sub menu. Refer to “Navigating through the menu” (x page 58) for the operation of the menu screen. [COLOR MATCHING] Correct the color difference between projectors when using multiple projectors simultaneously. Adjusting the color matching as desired 1) Press as to select [COLOR MATCHING]. 2) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [OFF] Color matching adjustment is not carried out. [3COLORS] Adjusts the three colors [RED], [GREEN], or [BLUE]. [7COLORS] Adjusts the seven colors [RED], [GREEN], [BLUE], [CYAN], [MAGENTA], [YELLOW], or [WHITE]. [MEASURED] Refer to “Adjusting the color matching using a colorimeter” (x page 79) for details about this mode. 3) Select [3COLORS] or [7COLORS], and press the <ENTER> button. f The [3COLORS] or [7COLORS] screen is displayed. 4) Press as to select [RED], [GREEN], [BLUE], or [WHITE] ([RED], [GREEN], [BLUE], [CYAN], [MAGENTA], [YELLOW], or [WHITE] when [7COLORS] is selected). 5) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [3COLORS:RED], [3COLORS:GREEN], [3COLORS:BLUE], or [3COLORS:WHITE] screen is displayed. When [7COLORS] is selected, the [7COLORS:RED], [7COLORS:GREEN], [7COLORS:BLUE], [7COLORS:CYAN], [7COLORS:MAGENTA], [7COLORS:YELLOW], or [7COLORS:WHITE] screen is displayed. f By setting [AUTO TESTPATTERN] to [ON], the test pattern for the selected color is displayed. 6) Press as to select [RED], [GREEN], or [BLUE]. f Only [GAIN] can be adjusted when [WHITE] is selected for [3COLORS]. 7) Press qw to adjust. f The adjustment value will change between 0*1 and 2 048. *1 The lower limit varies depending on the color to be adjusted. Note f Operation when correcting the adjustment color When the correction color same as the adjustment color is changed: The luminance of the adjustment color changes. When correction color red is changed: Red is added to or subtracted from the adjustment color. When correction color green is changed: Green is added to or subtracted from the adjustment color. When correction color blue is changed: Blue is added to or subtracted from the adjustment color. f Since advanced skills are necessary for the adjustment, this adjustment should be carried out by a person who is familiar with the projector or by a service person. f Pressing the <DEFAULT> button on the remote control will restore the factory default settings for all items. f When the item is set to anything other than [OFF], the [DISPLAY OPTION] menu → [COLOR CORRECTION] is fixed to [OFF], and the [PICTURE] menu → [COLOR TEMPERATURE] is fixed to [USER]. Adjusting the color matching using a colorimeter Use a colorimeter that can measure chromaticity coordinates and luminance to change the colors [RED], [GREEN], [BLUE], [CYAN], [MAGENTA], [YELLOW], or [WHITE] to desired colors. 1) Press as to select [COLOR MATCHING]. 2) Press qw to select [MEASURED]. ENGLISH - 79 Chapter 4 Settings — [DISPLAY OPTION] menu 3) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [MEASURED MODE] screen is displayed. 4) Press as to select [MEASURED DATA]. 5) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [MEASURED DATA] screen is displayed. 6) Measure the current luminance (Y) and the chromaticity coordinates (x, y) using the colorimeter. 7) Press as to select a color, and press qw to adjust the setting. f Set [AUTO TESTPATTERN] to [ON] to display a test pattern of selected colors. 8) Once all the input is completed, press the <MENU> button. f The [MEASURED MODE] screen is displayed. 9) Press as to select [TARGET DATA]. 10) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [TARGET DATA] screen is displayed. 11) Press as to select a color and press qw to input coordinates for desired colors. f By setting [AUTO TESTPATTERN] to [ON], the test pattern for the selected color is displayed. 12) Once all the input is completed, press the <MENU> button. Note f Colors are not displayed properly when target data is a color outside the region of this projector. f Set the [AUTO TESTPATTERN] to [ON] to automatically display a test pattern for use in adjusting the selected adjustment colors. f The [AUTO TESTPATTERN] setting will change in conjunction with the setting in the [ADVANCED MENU] menu → [EDGE BLENDING] → [ON]/[USER] → [AUTO TESTPATTERN]. f When using a colorimeter or similar instrument to take measurement, measure the colors displayed in [AUTO TESTPATTERN]. f A difference in the color coordinates of target data and measurement value obtained from an instrument may occur for certain instrument and measurement environment used. [COLOR CORRECTION] Colors can be adjusted and registered for each input signal format. 1) Press as to select [COLOR CORRECTION]. 2) Press qw to switch the item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [OFF] Standard setting. For each of the four signal formats of VIDEO, Y/C, RGB, and YCBCR/YPBPR, six colors of red, green,

[USER] [SCREEN SETTING] Set the screen size. blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow can be adjusted and registered. Press the <ENTER> button and set the details. Adjustment is possible within the range of -31 to +31.

Correct to the optimum image position for the set screen when the aspect ratio of a projected image is changed. Set as necessary for the screen in use. 1) Press as to select [SCREEN SETTING]. 2) Press the <ENTER> button. f The [SCREEN SETTING] screen is displayed. 3) Press qw to switch the [SCREEN FORMAT] item. f The items will switch each time you press the button. [SCREEN FORMAT] Range when [SCREEN POSITION] is selected [16:10] Cannot be adjusted. [4:3] Adjusts the horizontal position between -160 and 160. [16:9] Adjusts the vertical position between -60 and 60. 80 - ENGLISH


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