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OWNER’S MANUAL
DLP PROJECTOR
BX503B
BX403B
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
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  • Page 1

    OWNER’S MANUAL

    DLP PROJECTOR
    Please read this manual carefully before operating
    your set and retain it for future reference.
    BX503B
    BX403B

    www.lg.com



  • Page 2

    DLP PROJECTOR

    Warning - Class B
    (b) F
     or a Class B Digital device or peripheral, the instructions furnished the user shall include the following or similar statement, placed in a prominent location in the text of the manual:
    NOTE: T
     his equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
    pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
    and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
    instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
    guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
    cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
    the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
    more of the following measures:
    - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
    - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
    - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
    connected.
    - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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    Contents

    Contents
    Safety Instructions........................................................ 4
    Names of parts

    Main Body...........................................................................................7
    Control Panel......................................................................................7
    Connecting Part............................................................................... 8
    Remote Control .............................................................................. 8
    Installing Batteries............................................................................ 9
    Projector Status Indicators...........................................................10
    Accessories........................................................................................ 11
    Optional Extras ................................................................................ 11

    Installing and Composition

    Installation Instructions..................................................................12
    Basic Operation of the Projector................................................13
    Using Kensington Security System............................................14
    Turning on the Projector...............................................................15
    Turning off the Projector...............................................................15
    Focus and Position of the Screen Image.................................16
    Selecting source mode.................................................................16

    Connection

    Connecting
    Connecting
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    Desktop PC....................................................... 17
    Notebook PC.................................................... 17
    Video Source.................................................... 17
    DVD.....................................................................18
    D-TV Set-Top Box...........................................18

    Function

    Video Menu Options
    Adjusting Video .............................................................................19
    Picture mode....................................................................................19
    Color Temperature Control..........................................................20
    Gamma Function............................................................................20
    Gamma curve shift Function......................................................20
    Brilliant color TM Function.............................................................21
    White peaking Function.................................................................21
    Black level Function........................................................................21
    Expert color Function....................................................................22
    Reset ................................................................................................22

    Using the Digital Zoom Function..............................................26
    To make the project turn on when power is applied............26
    Using the keystone function....................................................... 27
    Using the Blank Function............................................................. 27
    Selecting a Blank image..............................................................28
    Screen Capture Function................................................................28
    Lamp mode Function...................................................................28
    Using the Monitor out Function.................................................29
    Communication setting................................................................29
    High Altitude Mode.......................................................................29
    Checking lamp time......................................................................30
    Using Still Function........................................................................30
    Screen Menu Options
    Auto configure Function..............................................................30
    Using the Phase Function............................................................31
    Using the Clock Function.............................................................31
    Using the Horizontal Function.....................................................31
    Using the Vertical Function..........................................................31
    Serial communication function
    SET ID...............................................................................................32
    To connect with serial communication.....................................32
    Network setting function
    Using the network setting............................................................ 37

    Information

    Supported Monitor Display..........................................................39
    Replacing the Lamp......................................................................40
    How to attach the lens cap to the projector..........................42
    Specifications..................................................................................43

    Special Menu Options
    Selecting Language......................................................................23
    Using ARC Function......................................................................23
    Overscan Function.........................................................................23
    Flip horizontal Function................................................................24
    Flip vertical Function......................................................................24
    Sleep time Function......................................................................24
    Auto sleep Function......................................................................25
    Presentation timer Function........................................................25

    Disposal of your old appliance
    1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the product is covered by
    the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
    2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream
    via designated collection facilities appointed by your government or your local authorities.
    3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the
    environment and human health.
    4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste
    disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
    5. The fluorescent lamp used in this product contains a small amount of mercury. Do not dispose of this
    product with general household waste. Disposal of this product must be carried out in accordance to the
    regulations of your local authority.

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    Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions
    Please take note of the safety instructions to prevent any potential accident or misuse of the projector.
    ꔈ Safety Instructions are given in two forms as detailed below.
    WARNING : The violation of this instruction may cause serious injuries and even death.
    NOTES : The violation of this instruction may cause injuries or damage to the projector.
    ꔈ After reading this manual, keep it in the place that you can access easily.

    Indoor Installation
    Do not place the Projector in direct
    sunlight or near heat sources such
    as radiators, fires, stove etc.
    This may cause a fire hazard or product
    defect.

    Do not block the vents of the projector or restrict air-flow in any way.
    This would cause the internal temperature to increase and could cause a fire
    hazard or damage to the unit!

    WARNING
    Do not place flammable materials in, on or near the projector.

    Do not hang on an installed
    projector.

    This may cause a fire hazard or product defect.

    It may cause the projector to fall,
    causing injury or death.

    Do not place the projector close
    to sources of steam or oil such
    as a humidifier.

    Do not place the projector where
    it might be exposed to dust.

    This may create a fire hazard or an
    electric shock hazard!

    Do not use the projector in a
    damp place such as a bathroom
    where it is likely to get wet.

    Do not place the projector directly on a carpet, rug or place where
    ventilation is restricted.

    This may cause a fire or an electric
    shock hazard!

    This would cause its internal temperature to increase and might create a
    fire hazard or damage the unit.

    Indoor Installation
    When installing the projector on
    a table, be careful not to place it
    near the edge.

    Earth wire should be connected.
    Ensure that you connect the earth ground
    wire to prevent possible electric shock (That
    is a Projector with a three-prong grounded
    AC plug must be connected to a threeprong grounded AC outlet).
    If grounding methods are not possible, have
    a qualified electrician install a separate circuit
    breaker.
    Do not try to ground the unit by connecting
    it to telephone wires, lightening rods, or gas
    pipes.

    4

    Ensure good ventilation around the
    projector. The distance between
    the projector and the wall should
    be more than 30 cm.
    An excessive increase in its internal
    temperature may cause a fire hazard or
    damage to the unit!

    NOTES
    Disconnect from the power supply and remove all connections
    before moving, or cleaning.

    The projector could fall causing injury
    and damage to the projector.
    Only use a suitable stand.

    Power

    This may cause a fire hazard or
    damage to the unit!

    Only use the projector on a level
    and stable surface.
    It may fall and cause injury and/or
    damage to the unit.

    WARNING
    The power cord should be inserted
    fully into the power outlet to avoid
    a fire hazard!
    This may cause a fire hazard or damage
    the unit.

    Do not place heavy objects on
    the power cord.
    This may cause a fire or an electric
    shock hazard!



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    Safety Instructions

    Power

    WARNING

    Never touch the power plug with
    a wet hand.

    Do not plug-in too many items
    into one power outlet.

    Prevent dust from collecting on
    the power plug pins or outlet.

    This may cause an electric shock
    hazard!

    It may result in overheating of the outlet and create a fire hazard!

    This may cause a fire hazard!

    Power

    NOTES

    Hold the plug firmly when
    unplugging. If you pull the cord,
    it may be damaged.

    Do not use if the power cord or
    the plug is damaged or any part
    of the power outlet is loose.

    Ensure the power cord does not
    come into contact with sharp or
    hot objects.

    This may cause a fire hazard!

    This may cause a fire or an electric
    shock hazard or damage to the unit!

    This may cause a fire or an electric
    shock hazard or damage to the unit!

    Place the projector where people
    will not trip or tread on the power
    cord.

    Do not turn the projector On/Off by plugging-in or unplugging the
    power plug to the wall outlet.
    (Allow the unit to cool before removing power.)

    This may cause a fire or an electric
    shock hazard or damage to the unit!

    It may cause mechanical failure or could cause an electric shock.

    Using

    WARNING

    Do not place anything containing
    liquid on top of the projector
    such as flowerpot, cup, cosmetics or candle.

    In case of impact shock or damage Do not allow any objects to fall
    to the projector switch it off and
    into the projector.
    unplug it from the power outlet and
    contact an authorized service center. This may cause an electric shock haz-

    This may cause a fire hazard or
    damage to the unit!

    This may cause a fire or an electric shock
    hazard or damage to the unit!

    ard or damage to the unit!

    If water is spilt into the projector unplug it from the power supply
    immediately and consult your Service Agent.

    Dispose of used batteries
    carefully and safely.

    This may cause an electric shock hazard or damage to the unit!

    In the case of a battery being
    swallowed by a child please consult
    a doctor immediately.

    Do not remove any covers. High
    risk of Electric Shock!

    Don’t look directly into the lens
    when the projector is in use. Eye
    damage may occur!

    Do not touch metal parts during
    or soon after operation since the
    vents will remain very hot!

    CAUTION concerning the Power Cord
    It is recommend that most appliances be placed on a dedicated circuit; that is, a single outlet circuit
    which powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or branch circuits.Check the specification
    page of this owner's manual to be certain.
    Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords,
    frayed power cords, or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous.Any of these conditions could
    result in electric shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance, and if its appearance
    indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord
    replaced with an exact replacement part by authorized service personnel.
    Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched,
    closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the
    cord exits the appliance.

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    Safety Instructions

    Using

    WARNING

    If the projector is in a room that experiences a gas leak, do not touch
    the projector.
    It can cause a fire or a burn by a spark.

    Using

    Always open the lens door or
    remove the lens cap when the
    projector lamp is on.

    NOTES

    Do not place heavy objects on
    top of projector.
    This may cause mechanical failure or
    personal injury!

    Do not use any sharp tools on
    the projector as this will damage
    the casing.

    Take care not to impact the lens
    particularly when moving the
    projector.

    In the event that an image does
    not appear on the screen please
    switch it off and unplug it from the
    power outlet and contact your
    Service Agent.

    Do not touch the lens of the projector. It is delicate and easily
    damaged.

    Do not drop the projector or
    allow impact shock.
    This may cause mechanical failure or
    personal injury!

    This may cause a fire or an electric
    shock hazard or damage to the unit!

    Cleaning

    WARNING

    Do not use water while cleaning
    the projector.
    This may cause damage to the projector or an electric shock hazard.

    In the unlikely event of smoke or
    a strange smell from the projector, switch it off, unplug it from
    the wall outlet and contact your
    dealer or service center.

    Use an air spray or soft cloth that
    is moist with a neutral detergent
    and water for removing dust or
    stains on the projection lens.

    This may cause a fire or an electric
    shock hazard or damage to the unit!

    Cleaning
    Contact the Service
    Center once a year to
    clean the internal
    parts of the projector.
    Accumulated dust can
    cause mechanical failure.

    NOTES
    When cleaning the plastic parts such as projector case, unplug the power and
    wipe it with a soft cloth. Do not use cleanser, spray water or wipe with a wet
    cloth. Especially, never use cleanser (glass cleaner), automobile or industrial
    shiner, abrasive or wax, benzene, alcohol etc., which can damage the product.
    Use an air spray or soft cloth that is moist with a neutral detergent and water
    for removing dust or stains on the projection lens.
    It can cause fire, electric shock or product damage (deformation, corrosion and damage).

    Others

    WARNING

    Do not attempt to service the projector yourself. Contact your dealer or service center.
    This may cause damage to the projector and could give an electric Shock as well as invalidating the warranty!

    Others

    6

    NOTES

    Do not mix new batteries with old
    batteries.

    Be sure to unplug if the projector is
    not to be used for a long period.

    Only use the specified type
    of battery.

    This may cause the batteries to overheat and leak.

    Accumulated dust may cause a fire hazard or damage to the unit!

    This could cause damage to the
    remote control.



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    Names of parts

    Names of parts
    Main Body
    •  T
     he projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see on the Projector screen tiny black
    points and/or bright points (red, blue, or green). This can be a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not
    always indicate a malfunction.

    Control panel

    Focus ring

    Power button

    Front remote control sensor

    Zoom ring

    Foot adjusting button

    Control Panel

    MENU Button

    Selects or closes menus.

    INPUT Button

    Switches to RGB(Component), HDMI, Video
    mode.

    ∧/∨/</> Button

    Adjusts functions of menus.

    AUTO Button

    It automatically corrects the
    position and the shaking of the
    image at the RGB mode.

    ◉ OK Button
    Checks present mode and saves the
    function changes.

    POWER Button

    Turn ON/OFF the projector.

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  • Page 8

    Names of parts

    Connecting Part
    VIDEO IN

    RGB IN-2
    RGB IN-1

    RGB OUT

    HDMI IN
    Rear remote control sensor

    USB(SVC only)
    RS-232C
    LAN

    AC IN

    Kensington Security
    System Connector
    (Refer to page 14)

    Remote Control

    POWER Button

    RATIO Button

    AUTO Button

    INPUT Button

    EXIT Button

    MENU Button

    OK ◉ </>/∧/∨ Button

    Contrast Button

    Brightness Button

    KEYSTONE Button
    SLEEP Button
    MODE Button

    ZOOM Button

    STILL Button

    LAMP Button

    BLANK Button
    TIMER Button

    WLPHU

    FLIP H. Button
    FLIP V. Button

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  • Page 9

    Names of parts

    POWER Button

    RATIO Button

    AUTO Button

    INPUT Button

    EXIT Button

    MENU Button

    OK ◉ </>/∧/∨ Button

    Contrast Button

    Brightness Button

    LASER Button
    SLEEP Button
    MODE Button

    KEYSTONE Button

    STILL Button

    LAMP Button

    BLANK Button
    ZOOM Button

    FLIP H. Button
    FLIP V. Button

    < Australia, Switzerland, Slovenia, Netherlands,
    Germany, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Poland,
    Hungary, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Finland,
    Denmark, United Kingdom only >

    Laser Button
    * Produces a bright red laser pointer on the
    screen for the purpose of indication.
    (Don’t look at laser beam directly as it
    can cause eye damage!)

    Installing Batteries
    CAUTION
    RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED WITH AN INCORRECT TYPE.
    DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.

    •  Open the battery compartment cover on the back of the remote control.
    •  Insert the specified type of batteries with correct polarity, match “+” with “+”, and
    match “-” with “-”.
    •  Install two 1.5V AAA batteries. Don’t mix used batteries with new batteries.

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  • Page 10

    Names of parts

    Projector Status Indicators
    * Lamp indicator, operation indicator and temperature indicator at the top of the projector show the user the operating
    status of the projector.

    Temperature Indicator

    Lamp Indicator

    Operation Indicator

    Operation Indicator

    Red
    Green(flashing)
    Green
    Orange(flashing)
    Off
    Orange
    Red(flashing)
    Red

    Lamp Indicator

    Red(flashing)
    Green(flashing)
    Orange

    Temperature Indicator

    Red
    Red (flashing)
    Green(flashing)

    10

    Standby.
    Lamp is starting up.
    Unit is in operation (Lamp is turned on)
    Projector lamp is cooling (20 sec.)
    Power off.
    Standby-This mode cools the projector for 4 minutes
    after it is turned off.
    This indicates a Color Wheel problem.
    Please contact your local service center.
    Projector lamp is reaching the end of its life and needs
    to be replaced with a new lamp.
    The projector is experiencing an error. Retry Power On
    again later. If lamp indicator is red (flashing) again,
    contact a service center.
    The lamp cover is open.
    A high temperature state has been detected. Turn the
    Projector off.
    The Projector has turned off due to excessive heat.
    Power has turned off due to problem with the internal
    cooling fan. Contact your service center.
    It is a problem of TEC, contact a service center.
    (BX503B only)



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    Names of parts

    Accessories

    Remote Control

    Power Cord

    AAA Battery

    Computer Cable

    Owner’s manual

    Lens cap and Strap

    CD Owner’s manual

    ez-net Program CD

    Optional Extras
    • 
    • 
    • 
    • 

    Contact your dealer to purchase these items.
    Contact your service personnel for replacing of lamp.
    The lamp is consumable and needs to be replaced with a new one when it is burned out.
    Optional parts can be changed without notice to improve the quality of the product, and new optional parts can be added.

    Ceiling installer for projector
    Projection Screen

    Lamp

    LAN Cable

    Component Cable

    HDMI Cable

    RS-232C Cable

    RCA to D-Sub Adapter

    Video Cable

    HDMI to DVI Cable

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  • Page 12

    Installing and Composition

    Installing and Composition
    Installation Instructions
    * Please read all of the following installation warnings.

    Provide proper ventilation for this projector.
    • 

     he projector is equipped with ventilation holes(intake) on
    T
    the bottom and ventilation holes(exhaust) on the front. Do
    not block or place anything near these holes, or internal
    heat build-up may occur, causing picture degradation or
    damage to the projector.

    •  N
     ever push projector or spill any kind of liquid into the
    projector.

    • 

     o not place the projector on a carpet, rug or
    D
    other similar surface. It may prevent a adequate
    ventilation of the projector bottom. This product
    should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only.

    • 

     eave an adequate distance(30cm/12 inches or
    L
    more) around the projector.

    Place this projector in adequate temperature and humidity conditions.
    •  Install this projector only in a location where adequate temperature and humidity is available. (refer p.43)

    Don’t place the projector where it can be covered with dust.
    •  This may cause overheating of the projector.

    Do not obstruct the slots and openings of the projector. This may cause overheating and create a fire hazard.

    The projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see tiny black points and/or
    bright points (red, blue, or green) that continuously appear on the projector Screen. This is a normal result of
    the manufacturing process and does not indicate a malfunction.

    To display DTV programs, it is necessary to purchase a DTV receiver (Set-top Box) and connect it to the projector.

    When the remote control does not work during operation.
    •  T
     he remote control may not work when a lamp equipped with electronic ballast or a three-wavelength lamp is installed.
    Replace those lamps with international standard products to use the remote control normally.

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    Installing and Composition

    Basic Operation of the Projector
    1. Place the projector on a sturdy and horizontal surface with the PC or AV source.
    2. Place the projector with the desired distance from the screen. The distance between the projector and the screen
    determines the actual size of the image.
    3. Position the projector so that the lens is set at a right angle to the screen. If the projector is not set at a right
    angle, the screen image will be crooked. If this is so then the keystone adjustment may correct this (Refer to
    page 27.).
    4. Connect the cables of the projector to a wall power socket and other connected sources.
    projection distance based on the picture format
    Screen

    X/2

    Projection off-set ratio:100%

    Screen height (X)

    X/2

    Projection distance (D)

    Screen Width (Y)

    Y/2

    Screen

    Y/2

    Projection distance (D)
    4 : 3 Scale
    Diagonal Size
    (mm)

    Horizontal Size
    (mm)

    Projection Distance
    Vertical Size
    (mm)

    Wide Distance Tele Distance
    (mm)
    (mm)

    *T
     he longest/shortest distance
    show status when adjusted by
    the zoom function.

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    Installing and Composition

    Using Kensington Security System
    •  T
     he projector has a ‘Kensington’ Security System Connector on the side panel. Connect the ‘Kensington’ Security System cable as
    below.
    •  For the detailed installation and use of the Kensington Security System, refer to the user’s guide attached to the Kensington
    Security System set.
    •   And for further information, contact http://www.kensington.com, the internet homepage of the Kensington company that
    deals with expensive electronic equipment such as notebook PCs or projectors.
    •  Kensington Security System is an optional item.

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    Installing and Composition

    Turning on the Projector
    1. Connect power cord correctly.
    2. Remove the lens cap. If it is left on, it could become deformed due to the heat produced by the projection lamp.
    3. Press the POWER button on the remote control or top cover. (Green operation indicator flashes if lamp is in start-up
    cycle.)
    •  An image will appear after the operation indicator light turns (Green).
    •  Select the source mode with the INPUT button.

    Do not disconnect the power cord while the fan is in operation. If the power cord is disconnected while the fan is in operation, it may takes longer
    to activate the lamp after turning on the power and the lifespan of the lamp may be shortened.

    Turning off the Projector
    1. Press the POWER button on the top cover or remote control.
    2. Press the POWER button on the top cover or remote control again to turn off the power.
    3. If the operation indicator LED is orange and blinking, do not disconnect(20 sec.) the power until the operation
    indicator LED is lit constantly (orange).
    •  If the operation indicator LED is orange and blinking, the power button on the top cover or on the remote control will not
    operate.
    •  This projector features the Quick Power On/Off function that allows a user to turn it on and off quickly.

    Power off?
    Please press Power key again.

    * What is the Quick Power On/Off function?
    The projector enters into Standby mode without waiting until it is cooled.
    If Standby mode continues for a certain amount of time, the projector can operate without cooling when it is turned on.

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  • Page 16

    Installing and Composition

    Focus and Position of the Screen Image
    When an image appears on the screen, check if it is in focus and fits well to the screen.
    Focus ring

    Zoom ring
    •  To adjust the focus of the image, rotate the focus ring which is the outer ring on the lens.
    •  To adjust the size of the image, rotate the zoom ring which is the inner ring on the lens.

    To raise or lower the image on the screen, extend or retract the foot at the bottom of the projector by
    pushing foot adjusting button as below.

    Foot adjusting button

    1. W
     hile pressing the foot adjusting button, raise or lower the projector to place the screen image in the proper
    position.
    2. Release the button to lock the foot in its new position.
    3. Turn the foot at the back left or right to make a fine tune of the length of the projector.
    4. After raising the front foot, do not press down on the projector.

    Selecting source mode
    1. Press the INPUT button on the remote control or the control panel.
    RGB1
    RGB2
    HDMI
    Video
    MENU

    Exit



    OK

    2. After moving into desiring input by pressing ∧, ∨ button, please press the confirm button.
    •  W
     hen a signal cable is plugged in and there ’s a signal, the selected item is activated as white,and if there ’s no signal, the
    selected item is deactivated as gray.
    •  The input button only toggles through the active inputs.
    •  Component inputs can be connected to RGB1 and RGB2 using a special cable. RGB1 and RGB2 do not show as active
    inputs even when a device is connected to them.

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  • Page 17

    Connection

    Connection
    Connecting to a Desktop PC
    * You can connect the projector to a computer with VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA output.
    * Refer to page 39 for the resolutions supported by the projector.
    * Either RGB1 or RGB2 can be used with the RGB OUT connection. You can select between the two in the Monitor Out menu.

    <To use by connecting to RGB>
    Connect the RGB IN 1 of the projector and the computer output port with computer cable.
    •  You can also connect to the RGB IN 2 port.

    Computer Cable

    <To use by connecting to HDMI terminal>
    Please connect projector ’s HDMI IN terminal and computer ’s output terminal by using HDMI to DVI cable.
    •  You can also connect to the RGB IN 2 port.

    Connecting to a Notebook PC

    HDMI to DVI Cable

    < How to connect >
    Connect the RGB IN 1 of the projector and the computer output
    port with computer cable.
    •  If you set your computer to output the signal to both the
    display of your computer and the external projector, the
    picture of the external projector may not appear properly.
    In such cases, set the output mode of your computer to
    output the signal only to the external projector. For details,
    refer to the operating instructions supplied with your
    computer.
    •  You can also connect to the RGB IN 2 port.

    Computer Cable

    Connecting to a Video Source
    •  You can connect a VCR, a camcorder or any other compatible video image source to the projector.
    < How to connect >
     onnect the Video input jacks of the projector to the
    C
    output jacks of the A/V source with Video cable.

    Video Cable
    <VCR>

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  • Page 18

    Connection

    Connecting to a DVD
    * The output jacks (Y, PB, PR) of the DVD might be labeled as Y, Pb, Pr / Y, B-Y, R-Y / Y, Cb, Cr according to the equipment.
    < How to connect >
    Connect the DVD Component cable to the RCA to D-Sub
    Adapter and then connect the RCA to D-Sub Adapter to
    RGB IN 1 of the projector.
    •  W
     hen connecting the component cable, match the jack colors
    with the component cable.(Y=green, PB=blue, PR=red)
    •  You can also connect to the RGB IN 2 port.

    Signal

    Component

    480i

    O

    X

    480p

    O

    O

    RCA to D-Sub adapter

    Component cable

    HDMI/DVI

    720p

    O

    O

    1080i

    O

    O

    576i

    O

    X

    576p

    O

    O

    1080p
    (24,30Hz)

    O

    O

    Connecting to a D-TV Set-Top Box
    * To receive D-TV programs, it is necessary to purchase a D-TV receiver (Set-Top Box) and connect it to the projector.
    * Please refer to the owner's manual of the D-TV Set-Top Box for the connection between projector and D-TV Set-Top Box.

    < How to connect a HDMI source >
    1. C
     onnect the HDMI IN terminal of the projector to the HDMI
    output terminal of the D-TV Set-Top Box via HDMI cable.
    2. Use a DTV receiver with DTV 480p(576p)/720p/1080i/1080p
    (24,30Hz) mode.

    HDMI Cable

    •  No support of audio.
    <D-TV Set-Top Box>

    < How to connect a Component source >
     onnect the D-TV Set-Top Box Component cable to the RCA to
    C
    D-Sub Adapter and then connect the RCA to D-Sub Adapter to
    RGB IN 1 of the projector.
    •  W
     hen connecting the component cable, match the jack colors
    with the component cable.(Y=green, PB=blue, PR=red)
    •  You can also connect to the RGB IN 2 port.
    •  No support of audio.

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    <D-TV Set-Top Box>
    Component cable
    RCA to D-Sub adapter

    <D-TV Set-Top Box>



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    Function

    Function
    * In this manual, the OSD(On Screen Display) may be different from your Projector’s because it is just an example to help with
    the Projector operation.
    * This operating guide explains operation of RGB(PC) mode mainly.

    Video Menu Options

    < RGB mode >

    Adjusting Video
    1. Press the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select a video item you want to adjust.
    3. Press the <,> button to adjust the screen condition as you want.

    Picture mode
    Contrast
    Brightness
    Sharpness
    Color R
    Color G
    Color B

    MENU Exit



    Golf



    56
    50
    50
    50
    50
    50
    <> Move

    ◉ OK

    < Video mode >

    •  Each adjustment of
    menu options will not affect other inputs.
    •  Color mode is displayed and adjustable for 60Hz component, external input or
    NTSC signal only.
    •  You can adjust contrast by pressing the

    button on the remote control.

    button on the remote control.
    •  You can adjust brightness by pressing the
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Picture mode
    Contrast
    Brightness
    Color
    Sharpness
    Tint
    MENU Exit



    Normal



    50
    50
    50
    50
    0
    <> Move

    ◉ OK

    Picture mode
    * Use Picture mode function to set the projector for the best picture appearance.
    1. Press the MODE button on the remote control.
    2. Press the <,> button to adjust the screen condition as you want.
    Normal

    User

    Bright





    Presentation







    Sports

    Film

    Golf



    Game





    •  You can use this function through the MENU button.
    •  To exit the menu display, press the EXIT button.

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  • Page 20

    Function

    Color Temperature Control
    * To initialize values (reset to default settings), select the Natural option.

    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Color temp. item.
    3. Press the <,> button to make desired adjustments.
    •  Each press of the <,> button changes the screen as shown below.
    Natural

    Cool

    Medium


    Color temp.

    Gamma
    Gamma curve shift

    Brilliant color TM
    White peaking
    10
    Expert Color
    Reset

    Warm
    MENU Prev.

    ꕌ Move


    Natural



    Normal



    On



    <>Select

    •  T
     his function can be inactivated depends on the Picture mode. When the Picture mode is set in Bright or Golf, you
    can’t adjust Color temperature function.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Gamma Function
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Gamma item.
    3. Press the <, > button to select the screen condition you want.
    Middle

    High

    Maximum

    Cinema

    Low


    Color temp.

    Gamma
    Gamma curve shift

    Brilliant color TM
    White peaking
    10
    Expert Color
    Reset

    MENU Prev.

    ꕌ Move


    Natural



    Normal



    On



    <>Select

    •  You can use this function through the MENU button.
    •  To exit the menu display, press the EXIT button.

    Gamma curve shift Function
    * T
     his function shifts the gamma curves for Red, Green and Blue individually to
    adjust brightness.

    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Gamma curve shift item.
    3. Press the ◉ OK button.
    4. When the window below appears, press ∧,∨ button to move between
    the items and the <,> buttons to adjust the screen as you want.
    •  Gamma curve shift Red, Green, Blue can be adjusted between -20 and 20.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.
    Gamma Curve Shift Red
    0
    Gamma Curve Shift Green 0
    Gamma Curve Shift Blue
    0
    Reset

    ◉ Prev.
    ꕍ Move
    20

    <> Adjust


    Color temp.

    Gamma
    Gamma curve shift

    Brilliant color TM
    White peaking
    10
    Expert Color
    Reset

    MENU Prev.

    ꕌ Move


    Natural



    Normal



    Press OK Key
    On



    <>Select



  • Page 21

    Function

    Brilliant color

    TM

    Function

    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the
    menu
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Brilliant color TM item.
    3. Press the <,> button to select On or Off.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.
    * What is the Brilliant color TM function?


    Color temp.

    Gamma
    Gamma curve shift

    Brilliant color TM
    White peaking
    10
    Expert Color
    Reset

    MENU Prev.

     his function increases the entire brightness of the screen or decreases it a little to
    T
    make the rich grayscale color.

    ꕌ Move


    Natural



    Normal



    On



    <>Select

    White peaking Function
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the
    menu
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select White peaking item.
    3. Press the <, > button to select the screen condition you want.
    •  The default value may change depending on input mode.
    •  White peaking can be adjusted from 0 to 10.
    •  Adjust to higher setting to achieve brighter picture. Adjust to lower setting for
    darker picture.
    •  You can use this function through the MENU button.
    •  To exit the menu display press the EXIT button.


    Color temp.

    Gamma
    Gamma curve shift

    Brilliant color TM
    White peaking
    10
    Expert Color
    Reset

    MENU Prev.

    ꕌ Move


    Natural



    Normal



    On



    <>Select

    Black level Function
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the
    menu
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Black level item.
    3. Press the <,> button to select Low or High.
    •  This function works in the following mode : H
     DMI(Only activates in DTV signal),
    Video
    •  To exit the menu display, repeatedly press the MENU button.

    * What is the Black level function?


    Color temp.

    Gamma
    Gamma curve shift

    Brilliant color TM
    White peaking
    10
    Black level

    Expert Color
    Reset
    ꕌ Move
    MENU Prev.


    Natural



    Normal



    On



    High



    <>Select

     hen you watch the movie, this function adjusts the set to the best picture
    W
    appearance. Adjusting the contrast and the brightness of the screen using the
    black level of the screen.

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  • Page 22

    Function

    Expert color Function
    *T
     his function allows a user to adjust the Gain, Saturation and Hue for Red, Green,
    Blue, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow individually.

    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Expert Color item.
    3. Press the ◉ OK button.
    Red Gain
    50
    Green Gain
    50
    Blue Gain
    50
    Cyan Gain 50
    Mgt Gain
    50
    Yellow Gain
    50
    Saturation-Red
    50
    Saturation-Green 50
    Saturation-Blue
    50
    Saturation-Cyan
    50
    Saturation-Mgt
    50
    Saturation-Yellow 50
    Hue-Red
    0
    Hue-Green
    0
    Hue-Blue
    0
    Hue-Cyan
    0
    Hue-Mgt
    0
    Hue-Yellow
    0
    Reset
    ꕌ Move
    ◉ Prev.



    Color temp.

    Gamma
    Gamma curve shift

    Brilliant color TM
    White peaking
    10
    Expert Color
    Reset

    MENU Prev.

    ꕌ Move


    Natural



    Normal



    On



    Press OK key

    ◉ OK

    <> Adjust

    4. When the window above appears, press <,> button.
    Red Gain
    ◉ Exit

    50
    ꕌ Move


    <>

    Adjust

    5. Press the ∧,∨ button to move between the items and the <,> buttons to adjust the screen as you want.
    • 
    • 
    • 
    • 
    • 

    R
     ed, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow Gain can be adjusted between 0 and 100.
    Saturation-Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow can be adjusted between 0 and 100.
    Hue-Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow can be adjusted between -50 and 50.
    Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.
    An advanced settings function is possible to be saved according to an image mode.

    Reset
    •  To return to the factory default settings, select [Reset] with ∧,∨ buttons and press ◉OK button.

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  • Page 23

    Function

    Special Menu Options

    Selecting Language
    1. Press the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Language item.
    3. Press the <,> button to select the language you want to use.
    •  On-Screen-Display (OSD) is displayed in the selected language.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Language
    Aspect Ratio
    Overscan
    Flip horizontal
    Flip vertical
    Sleep time
    Auto sleep
    Presentation timer
    Digital Zoom
    Auto Power
    MENU Prev.



    English





    4:3





    10%





    Off





    60 Min





    Off



    ꕌ Move


    <> Select

    Using ARC Function
    1. Press the RATIO button.
    Each press of the button changes the display as below.



    4:3





    16:9 >



    15:10 >

    •  You can also use this function by using the MENU button.

    Overscan Function
    1. Press the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Overscan item.
    3. Press the <,> buttons.

    •  T
     he Overscan function can be adjusted only in RGB, HDMI and Component
    modes.
    •  The Overscan function can be adjusted between Off and 10%.
    •  The Overscan function can not be adjusted if the Zoom -/+ in Digital Zoom is set
    to a value other than 100%.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Language
    Aspect Ratio
    Overscan
    Flip horizontal
    Flip vertical
    Sleep time
    Auto sleep
    Presentation timer
    Digital Zoom
    Auto Power
    MENU Prev.



    English





    4:3





    10%





    Off





    60 Min





    Off



    ꕌ Move


    <> Select

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    Function

    Flip horizontal Function
    * This function reverses the projected image horizontally.
    Use this function when rear projecting an image.

    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Flip horizontal item.
    3. Press the ◉ OK button to see reversed image.

    •  Each time you press the ◉ OK button, the image will be reversed.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Language
    Aspect Ratio
    Overscan
    Flip horizontal
    Flip vertical
    Sleep time
    Auto sleep
    Presentation timer
    Digital Zoom
    Auto Power
    MENU Prev.



    English





    4:3





    10%



    To flip



    Off





    60 Min





    Off



    ꕌ Move


    ◉ OK

    Flip vertical Function
    * This function reverses the projected image vertically.
    * When you hang the projector upside down from the ceiling,
    you will need to reverse the image vertically and horizontally.

    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Flip vertical item.
    3. Press the ◉ OK button to see reversed image.

    •  Each time you press the ◉ OK button, the image will be reversed.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Sleep time Function
    * The sleep timer turns the projector off at the preset time.

    1. Press the SLEEP button of remote control.
    2. Press the <, > button to select the desired preset time.
    •  Each press of the <, > button changes the screen as shown below.
    Off

    240 Min

    10 Min

    20 Min

    180 Min

    30 Min

    120 Min

    •  You can use this function through the MENU button.
    •  To exit the menu display press the EXIT button.
    24

    60 Min

    90 Min

    Language
    Aspect Ratio
    Overscan
    Flip horizontal
    Flip vertical
    Sleep time
    Auto sleep
    Presentation timer
    Digital Zoom
    Auto Power
    MENU Prev.



    English





    4:3





    10%



    To flip



    Off





    60 Min





    Off



    ꕌ Move


    ◉ OK



  • Page 25

    Function

    Auto sleep Function
    * This function turns the projector off automatically after the preset time is passed
    when there is no signal.

    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Auto sleep item.
    3. Press the <, > button to select the desired preset time.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.
    Off

    10 Min

    20 Min

    30 Min

    60 Min

    Language
    Aspect Ratio
    Overscan
    Flip horizontal
    Flip vertical
    Sleep time
    Auto sleep
    Presentation timer
    Digital Zoom
    Auto Power
    MENU Prev.

    240 Min

    180 Min

    120 Min



    English





    4:3





    10%





    Off





    60 Min





    Off



    ꕌ Move


    <> Select

    90 Min

    Presentation timer Function
    1. Press
    2. Press
    3. Press
    4. Press

    the
    the
    the
    the

    MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    ∧,∨ button to select Presentation timer item.
    ◉ OK button.
    ∧,∨ button to select Time alarm or Time keeper item.

    Time alarm
    Time Keeper
    MENU

    Exit




    ꕌ Move


    Off



    Off



    menu.

    <> Select

    5. Press the <, > button to select the desired preset time.
    6. The timer starts to operate if you select specific time.
    •  Time alarm function : If you select a specific time, it is displayed in minute units. After 1 minute, the remaining time is displayed at the bottom right of the screen, and then disappears after 5 seconds. When the remaining time
    is displayed, other OSD windows are closed. When the set time is reached, ‘0 minute’ flickers 10 times at
    1 second intervals, and then disappears.
    •  Time keeper function : If you select a specific time, it continues to be displayed in minute(‘) and second(“) units. Even though
    other OSD windows appear, the remaining time is displayed again after the windows are closed. When
    the set time is reached. 0’ 00” flickers 10 times at 1 second intervals, and then disappears.
    •  The Time alarm function and the Time keeper function cannot be used at the same time.
    •  The Time alarm function can be set from 5 to 60 minutes at 5 minute intervals.
    (Off, 5, 10, 15, 20, .............., 55, 60 minutes).
    •  The Time keeper function can be set from 1 to 10 minutes at 1 minute intervals, and from 10 to 60 minutes al 5 minute intervals
    (Off, 1, 2, 3, 4, .............., 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, .............., 55, 60 minutes).
    •  You can use this function through the MENU button.
    •  Press the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

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  • Page 26

    Function

    Using the Digital Zoom Function
    *T
     his function is available only in RGB input mode. The Zoom -/+ and Position values return to their default when you
    change the SOURCE or input signal, or turn the power off.

    Adjusting the Position

    Adjusting the Zoom
    1. Press the ZOOM button on the remote control.

    1. Press the ZOOM button on the remote control.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Zoom -/+ item.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Position item.

    Zoom -/+
    Position
    Reset
    MENU Exit



    ꕌ Move


    100

    %>

    Zoom -/+
    Position
    Reset

    <> Select

    MENU Exit



    % >

    110
    Press OK to Start

    ꕌ Move


    ◉ OK

    3. Press the <,> button to adjust Zoom -/+ to your 3. Press the ◉ OK button. When the window below
    choice.
    appears at the bottom right corner of the screen, press
    the ∧,∨,<,> to adjust the position. When the arrow
    •  You can adjust Zoom -/+ in 5% increments from 100% to
    turns black, maximum adjustment has been reached
    250%.
    and no further adjustment can be made.

    •  You can also use this function by using the MENU button.
    •  Press the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Prev.
    •  P
     osition is activated only when Zoom -/+ is set to more than
    105%.
    •  You can also use this function by using the MENU button.
    •  Press the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    To make the project turn on when power is applied
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to move to Auto Power and press the ◉OK
    button.
    3. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to move to On and press the ◉OK button.
    •  On : Connecting power cord to the projector turns on the projector.
    •  Off : Connecting power cord to the projector makes the projector in standby
    state.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Language
    Aspect Ratio
    Overscan
    Flip horizontal
    Flip vertical
    Sleep time
    Auto sleep
    Presentation timer
    Digital Zoom
    Auto Power
    MENU Prev.

    26



    English





    4:3





    10%





    Off





    60 Min





    Off



    ꕌ Move


    ◉ OK



  • Page 27

    Function

    Using the keystone function
    1. Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control.
    2. Press the <,> button to select a item.
    Top right

    Top left

    Bottom left

    Keystone

    Bottom right

    Top left

    Top

    Bottom

    Right

    Left

    0

    V

    0

    Background <

    Signal



    Keystone reset

    3. Press the ∧,∨ button to select the item (H or V) you want, and press
    the <,> button to adjust it.
    • 
    • 
    • 
    • 

    H

    MENU Exit

    <> Select

    You can adjust each item from 0 to 100.
    The default value may change depending on input mode.
    You can also use this function by using the MENU button.
    Press the MENU button to exit the menu screen.

    To select a background image

    To initialize keystone

    1. Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control.

    1. Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control.

    2. Please select a Background by ∧,∨ button.

    2. Please select Keystone reset by ∧,∨ button.

    3. Please select desiring item by <,> button.

    3. Press the ◉ OK button. The Keystone will reset to the
    factory setting.

    •  If there ’s no input signal,it is possible to adjust keystone by
    using the adjusting pattern.
    V

    0

    Background

    V


    Signal
    Signal



    Keystone reset
    MENU Exit

    <> Select

    0

    Background



    Signal
    Signal

    Keystone reset

    Press OK Key

    MENU Exit

    ◉ OK



    Using the Blank Function
    * This function may be effective if you need to get the attention of the audience during presentations, meetings or briefings.

    1. Press the BLANK button.
    •  The screen turns off to a background color.
    •  You can choose the background color. (Refer to ‘Selecting blank image’)

    2. Press any button to cancel the blank function.
    •  To temporarily turn off the lamp, press BLANK on the remote control. Do not block the projection lens with
    any objects when the projector is under operation as this could cause the objects to become heated and
    deformed or even cause a fire.

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  • Page 28

    Function

    Selecting a Blank image
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    3. Press the <,> button to select the color you want to use.
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    •  Background image will be altered to the selected Blank image function.
    Communication
    •  You can choose blue, black, green, or captured image or logo for the Blank image.
    Set ID
    •  If you have a captured image, you can use it as a blank image instead of logo
    Network Setting
    image. You can only use the last captured image.
    High Altitude
    •  When you select the Captured image, it displays a logo if you don’t have a capLamp Time
    tured image.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Blank image item.

    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    ꘀ Prev.



    Black





    High bright





    RGB1





    Serial





    1





    Auto



    0 Hr

    ꕌ Move


    <> Select

    Screen Capture Function
    1. Press the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Screen Capture item.
    3. Press the ◉OK button to capture actual screen image.
    Confirm Screen Capture
    OK

    Cancel

    4. Press the ◉OK button again to save Screen capture image.

    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    Communication
    Set ID
    Network Setting
    High Altitude
    Lamp Time

    ꘀ Prev.

    •  Y
     ou can use the captured image as a Blank image.
    •  You can not use the remote control when this function is in use.
    •  If you want see your captured image, select Captured image in the
    Blank image function.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu
    screen.

    Lamp mode Function
    1. Press the LAMP button of remote control.
    2. Press the <, > button to adjust the screen condition as you want.


    High Bright





    Economic





    •  It will automatically change into power saving mode at a specific temperature (more than 37°C).
    •  You can use this function through the MENU button.
    •  To exit the menu display, press the EXIT button.

    28



    Black



    To set



    High bright





    RGB1





    Serial





    1





    Auto



    0 Hr

    ꕌ Move


    <> Select



  • Page 29

    Function

    Using the Monitor out Function
    * You can select either of the two RGB inputs.

    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Monitor Out item.
    3. Press the <,> button to select RGB1, RGB2 or Auto.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.
    •  Auto mode is the mode to output an image of currently seeing input among
    RGB1 or RGB2 input.

    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    Communication
    Set ID
    Network Setting
    High Altitude
    Lamp Time

    ꘀ Prev.



    Black





    High bright





    RGB1





    Serial





    1





    Auto



    0 Hr

    ꕌ Move


    <> Select

    Communication setting
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Communication setting.
    3. Press the <,> button to select Serial or Lan.
    •  Set communication to Lan to activate Network Setup.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    Communication
    Set ID
    Network Setting
    High Altitude
    Lamp Time

    ꘀ Prev.



    Black





    High bright





    RGB1





    Serial





    1





    Auto



    0 Hr

    ꕌ Move


    <> Select

    High Altitude Mode
    *H
     igh Altitude Mode is used when the usage environment is higher than 1200
    meters.

    1. Press the MENU button and then use <, > button to
    select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ∧, ∨ buttons to move to High Altitude and press
    the ◉OK button.
    3. Press the <, > buttons to move to Yes and press the ◉OK
    button.
    High Altitude Mode is used when the environment is higher
    than 4,000 feet. Do you want to turn the High Altitude Mode on?

    Yes

    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    Communication
    Set ID
    Network Setting
    High Altitude
    Lamp Time

    ꘀ Prev.



    Black





    High bright





    RGB1





    Serial





    1





    Auto



    To set
    0 Hr

    ꕌ Move


    <> Select

    No

    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

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    Function

    Checking lamp time
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the
    menu.

    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    2. You can check lamp usage hours
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    •  Red warning lamp will light when it needs to be replaced. (Please refer page 10)
    •  When lamp usage hour exceeds the limit, red warning lamp is lit when the power Communication
    is turned on.
    Set ID
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen
    Network Setting
    High Altitude
    Lamp Time

    Using Still Function

    ꘀ Prev.



    Black





    High bright





    RGB1





    Serial





    1





    Auto



    0 Hr

    ꕌ Move


    <> Select

    1. Press the STILL button of remote control.

    •  You can freeze the input image.

    <Moving Image>

    <Still Image>

    2. To exit STILL, press any button .
    •  The STILL function will release automatically after approximately 10 minutes.

    Screen Menu Options
    Auto configure Function
    *Auto configure is the function that finds optimal video condition by automatically adjusting width and calibration of internal
    signal of the projector and various graphic signal of PC in RGB mode.
    *Auto configure operates only for RGB input.
    1. Press the MENU button and then use <, > button to select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select auto configure.
    •  It automatically configures the location of image and calibration.
    3. In some cases, auto configure itself cannot find optimal video quality.
    If it needs manual adjustment even after auto configure due to various PC mode
    input, adjust using phase, clock, horizontal and vertical from the menu.

    Auto Configure
    Phase
    Clock
    Horizontal
    Vertical

    ꘀ Prev.

    8
    0
    0
    0
    ꕌ Move


     hen executing auto configure during video playback of PC graphic signal, the projector may not be
    W
    able to find optimal video condition. Please execute auto configure in freeze frame.

    30

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  • Page 31

    Function

    Using the Phase Function
    1. Press the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Phase item.
    3. Press the <,> button to make desired adjustments.
    •  Phase adjustment range is 0 ~63.
    •  The variable range can be different depending on input resolutions.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Auto Configure
    Phase
    Clock
    Horizontal
    Vertical

    ꘀ Prev.

    8
    0
    0
    0
    ꕌ Move


    <> Adjust

    8
    0
    0
    0
    ꕌ Move


    <> Adjust

    8
    0
    0
    0
    ꕌ Move


    <> Adjust

    8
    0
    0
    0
    ꕌ Move


    <> Adjust

    Using the Clock Function
    1. Press the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Clock item.
    3. Press the <,> button to make desired adjustments.
    •  Clock adjustment range is -20 ~ 20.
    •  The variable range can be different depends on input resolutions.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Auto Configure
    Phase
    Clock
    Horizontal
    Vertical

    ꘀ Prev.

    Using the Horizontal Function
    1.Press the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Horizontal item.
    3. Press the <,> button to make desired adjustments.
    •  Horizontal adjustment range is -50 ~ 50.
    •  The variable range can be different depends on input resolutions.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Auto Configure
    Phase
    Clock
    Horizontal
    Vertical

    ꘀ Prev.

    Using the Vertical Function
    1.Press the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Vertical item.
    3. Press the <,> button to make desired adjustments.
    •  Vertical adjustment range is -25 ~ 25.
    •  The variable range can be different depends on input resolutions.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Auto Configure
    Phase
    Clock
    Horizontal
    Vertical

    ꘀ Prev.

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    Function

    Serial communication function
    * Connect the RS-232C input jack to an external control device (such as a computer) and control the Projector’s functions externally.

    SET ID
    1. Press the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the

    menu.

    2. Press the ◉ OK button and then use ∧,∨ button to select Set ID item.
    3. Press the <,> button to select your desired number.
    Press the ◉OK button to save the selected number.
    •  The adjustment range of Set ID is 1~99.
    •  Only the projector with the specified ID number will operate from the remote
    control.
    •  Press the MENU button twice or the EXIT button to exit the menu screen.

    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    Communication
    Set ID
    Network Setting
    High Altitude
    Lamp Time

    ꘀ Prev.

    To connect with serial communication
    • Connect the serial port of the PC to the RS-232C jack on the projector back panel.
    • RS-232C cable is not supplied with the projector.

    • Use the RS232C cable to control the projector externally (Refer to Fig.1).
    <Fig.1, RS-232 Interface Cable>
    RXD
    TXD
    DTR
    GND
    DSR
    RTS
    CTS

    RXD
    TXD
    DTR

    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8

    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8

    PC

    Projector

    GND
    DSR
    RTS
    CTS

    * 1, 9 Pin No Connection

    Communication Parameter Setup
    • Baud Rate : 9600 bps(UART)
    • Data Length : 8 bit
    • Parity : none
    • Stop bit : 1 bit
    • Flow Control : none
    • Communication code : ASCII code

    32

    9

    5

    6

    1



    Black





    High bright





    RGB1





    Serial





    1





    Auto



    0 Hr
    ꕌ Move


    ◉ OK



  • Page 33

    Function

    Command Reference List

    Command 1
    Command 2


    Data
    (Hexadecimal)

    Real data mapping

    01. Power

    k

    a

    0~1

    -

    02. Aspect Ratio

    k

    c

    1 ~ 2, 5

    -

    03. Screen Mute

    k

    d

    0~1

    -

    04. Contrast

    k

    g

    0 ~ 64

    1

    05. Brightness

    k

    h

    0 ~ 64

    1

    06. Color

    k

    i

    0 ~ 64

    1

    07. Tint

    k

    j

    0 ~ 64

    2

    08. Sharpness

    k

    k

    0 ~ 64

    1

    09. OSD Select

    k

    l

    0~1

    -

    10. Remote Control Lock / Key Lock

    k

    m

    0~1

    -

    11. Color Temperature

    k

    u

    0~2, 4

    -

    12. Red ADC gain adjustment

    j

    w

    0 ~ 64

    1

    13. Green ADC gain adjustment

    j

    y

    0 ~ 64

    1

    14. Blue ADC gain adjustment

    j

    z

    0 ~ 64

    1

    15. Lamp mode

    n

    p

    0~1

    -

    16. Auto Configuration

    j

    u

    1

    -

    17. Input Select

    x

    b

    *

    -

    18. Key

    m

    c

    Code des touches

    -

    * Refer to the detailed information for data with [*] mark.

    Communication Protocol
    * Real data mapping 1

    * Real data mapping 2

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  • Page 34

    Function

    1. Transmission
    [Command1][Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    * [Command 1] : First command to control the set.(k, j, x, ASCII code, 1 Character)
    * [Command 2] : Second command to control the set..(ASCII code, 1 Character)
    * [Set ID]
    : You can adjust the set ID to choose desired projector ID number in special menu. See previous page.

    Adjustment range is 1 ~ 99. When selecting Set ID ‘0’, every connected projector set is controlled.

    Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.
    * [DATA]
    : To transmit command data. Transmit 2 character when organized ASCII code.

    * Transmit ‘FF’ data to read status of command.
    * [Cr]
    : Carriage Return

    ASCII code ‘0x0D’
    * [ ]
    : ASCII code character correspond to “Space Bar” which is in order to classify command, set ID and Data.

    2. OK Acknowledgement
    [Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    * The Projector transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on this format when receiving normal data. At this time, if the data is
    data read mode, it indicates present status data. If the data is data write mode, it returns the data of the PC computer.

    3. Error Acknowledgement
    [Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [NG] [Data] [x]
    * The Projector transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on this format when receiving abnormal data from non-viable
    functions or communication errors.
    Data : [1] : illegal code(This command is not supported.)
    [2] : not support function(This function doesn’t work.)
    [3] : wait and retry(Try again a few minute later.)

    01. Power (Command:ka)

    02. Aspect Ratio (Command:kc)

    → To control Power On/Off of the Projector.

    → To adjust the screen format.

    Transmission
    [k] [a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data 0 : Power Off

    1 : Power On
    Ack
    [a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 0 : Power Off

    1 : Power On
    → To show Power On/Off status.

    Transmission
    [k] [c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data 1 : 4:3

    2 : 16:9

    5 : 15:10
    Ack
    [c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 1 : 4:3

    2 : 16:9

    5 : 15:10

    Transmission
    [k] [a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [FF] [Cr]
    Ack
    [a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 0 : Power Off

    1 : Power On
    * In like manner, if other functions transmit ‘0xFF’ data based
    on this format, Acknowledgement data feed back presents
    status about each function.

    03. Screen Mute (Command:kd)
    → To select screen mute on/off.
    Transmission
    [k] [d] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data 0 : Screen Mute Off (Picture On)

    1 : Screen Mute On (Picture Off)
    Ack
    [d] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 0 : Screen Mute Off (Picture On)

    1 : Screen Mute On (Picture Off)

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  • Page 35

    Function

    04. Contrast (Command:kg)

    09. OSD Select (Command:kl)

    → To adjust screen contrast.

    → To select OSD On/Off.

    Transmission

    Transmission

    [k] [g] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64
    * Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.
    Ack
    [g] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

    [k] [ l ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data 0 : OSD Select Mode Off

    1 : OSD Select Mode On
    Ack
    [ l ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 0 : OSD Select Mode Off

    1 : OSD Select Mode On

    05. Brightness (Command:kh)
    → To adjust screen brightness.
    Transmission
    [k] [h] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64
    * Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.
    Ack
    [h] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

    10. Remote Control Lock/Key Lock
    (Command:km)
    →To lock the front panel controls on the
    projector and remote control.
    Transmission
    [k] [m] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data 0 : Lock Off

    1 : Lock On
    Ack

    06. Color (Command:ki)
    → To adjust the screen color. (Video/Component)
    Transmission
    [k] [ i ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

    [m] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 0 : Lock Off

    1 : Lock On
    * If you're not using the remote control, use this mode.
    When main power is On/Off, external control lock is released.

    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64
    * Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.
    Ack
    [ i ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

    07. Tint (Command:kj)
    →T
     o adjust the screen tint.(Video/Component 60Hz or
    NTSC signal)
    Transmission
    [k] [ j ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data Red : 0 ~ Green : 64
    * Refer to ‘Real data mapping2’.
    Ack
    [ j ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data Red : 0 ~ Green : 64

    11. Color Temperature (Command:ku)
    →A
     djust the color temperature. But, color temperature cannot be
    adjusted if video mode is set to bright or golf.
    Transmission
    [k] [u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data 0 : Normal

    1 : Cool

    2:Warm

    4 : Natural

    Ack
    [u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 0 : Normal

    1 : Cool

    2:Warm

    4 : Natural

    12. Red ADC gain Adjustment (Color R) (Command:jw)
    → Adjust the Red gain of ADC part.(RGB)

    Transmission

    08. Sharpness (Command:kk)
    → To adjust the screen sharpness.(Video/Component)
    Transmission
    [k] [k] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64
    * Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.

    [ j ] [w] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data
    Min : 0 ~ Max : 64
    * Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.
    Ack
    [w] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

    Ack
    [k] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

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  • Page 36

    Function

    13. Green ADC gain Adjustment (Color G)
    (Command:jy)
    → Adjust the Green gain of ADC part.(RGB)
    Transmission
    [ j ] [y] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64
    * Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.
    Ack

    17. Input Select (Command:xb)
    → To select input source for the Set.
    Transmission
    [x] [b] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data


    20 : Video
    60 : RGB1

    [b] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data


    14. Blue ADC gain Adjustment (Color B)
    (Command:jz)

    18. Key (Command:mc)

    Transmission
    [ j ] [z] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64
    * Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.
    Ack

    20 : Video
    60 : RGB1

    61 : RGB2

    → To send Key code of IR romote control.
    Transmission
    [m] [c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data

    Key code

    Ack
    [c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

    [z] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64
    Key code

    15. Lamp Mode (Command:np)
    → To reduce the power consumption of the projector.
    Transmission
    [ n ] [p] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data 0 : Low Power Off

    1 : Low Power On
    Ack
    [p] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 0 : Low Power Off

    1 : Low Power On





    POWER
    INPUT
    MENU
    EXIT
    ◉ OK
    STILL
    RATIO
    BLANK
    KEYSTONE
    MODE

    40
    41
    03
    02
    AD
    EF
    43
    5B
    44
    BC
    79
    84
    A4
    4D
    4F

    16. Auto Configuration (Command:ju)
    → To adjust picture position and minimize image shaking

    automatically. It works only in RGB mode.
    Transmission
    [ j ] [u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]
    Data 1 : To set
    Ack
    [u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data 1 : To set

    36

    90 : HDMI

    Ack

    [y] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
    Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

    → Adjust the Blue gain of ADC part.(RGB)

    61 : RGB2

    4E

    ZOOM
    LAMP
    SLEEP
    AUTO
    FLIP V.
    FLIP H.

    5C
    68
    0E
    92
    96
    97

    90 : HDMI



  • Page 37

    Function

    Network setting function
    Using the network setting

    *

    This is the function that the user can remotely control projector using LAN

    < Connection Method>
    Connect LAN terminal of projector and that of the computer
    s Automatic setting
    < Method >
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Communication.
    3. Press the <,> button to select LAN
    4. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Network Setting.
    5. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Auto.

    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    Communication
    Set ID
    Network Setting
    High Altitude
    Lamp Time

    ꘀ Prev.



    Black





    High bright





    RGB1





    LAN





    1





    Auto



    0 Hr
    <> Move

    ◉ OK

    IP setting in progress, Please wait…

    IP Address

    1 9 2 . 1 6 8 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 5

    Subnet Mask

    2 5 5 . 2 5 5 . 2 5 5 . 0 0 0

    Gateway

    1 9 2 . 1 6 8 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 1

    IP setting is succeeded.
    ꘀ Prev.
    - Network setting is done automatically

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  • Page 38

    Function

    s Manual setting
    < Method >
    1. P
     ress the MENU button and then use <,> button to select the
    menu.
    2. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Communication.
    3. Press the <,> button to select LAN.
    4. Press the ∧,∨ button to select Network Setting.

    Keystone
    Blank Image
    Screen Capture
    Lamp mode
    Monitor Out
    Communication
    Set ID
    Network Setting
    High Altitude
    Lamp Time

    ꘀ Prev.

    5. Press the <,> button to select Manual setting.

    6. Set IP address of PC and set that of projector to be in the same width with PC.
    Press the ∧,∨ button to change number, and the <,> to move to next category
    IP Address

    Subnet Mask

    Gateway

    PC

    192.168.0.10

    255.255.255.0

    192.168.0.1

    Projector

    192.168.0.5

    255.255.255.0

    192.168.0.1

    •  Press menu button to go back.
    IP Address

    1

    9

    2

    .

    1

    6

    8

    .

    0

    0

    0

    .

    0

    0

    5

    Subnet Mask

    2

    5

    5

    .

    2

    5

    5

    .

    2

    5

    5

    .

    0

    0

    0

    Gateway

    1

    9

    2

    .

    1

    6

    8

    .

    0

    0

    0

    .

    0

    0

    1

    Press OK Key
    ꘀ Prev.

    <> Move

    ꕌ Adjust


    7. P
     ress ◉ confirm button after IP setting.
    IP address is saved.

    8. Network setting is done manually

    IP setting in progress, Please wait…
    IP setting is succeeded.

    38



    Black





    High bright





    RGB1





    LAN





    1





    Manual



    0 Hr

    <> Move

    ◉ OK



  • Page 39

    Information

    Information
    Supported Monitor Display
    * The following table lists the display formats supported by the projector.
    Sources

    • 
    • 
    • 
    • 

    Format

    Vertical Freq.(Hz)

    Horizontal Freq.(kHz)

    If the projector does not support the input signal, “Out of Range” message appears on the screen.
    The projector supports DDC1/2B Plug & Play function. (Auto recognition of PC monitor)
    The Synchronization input form for horizontal and vertical frequencies are Separate.
    Depending on the graphics card in the computer, some supported resolutions may not look optimal.

    <DVD/DTV Input>
    Signal

    59.94 / 60Hz

    50Hz

    24/30Hz

    Component-*1 HDMI(DTV)-*2
    480i

    O

    X

    480p

    O

    O

    720p

    O

    O

    1080i

    O

    O

    576i

    O

    X

    576p

    O

    O

    720p

    O

    O

    1080i

    O

    O

    1080p

    O

    O

    * Cable type
    1- RCA to D-Sub Adapter
    2- HDMI to HDMI Cable

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  • Page 40

    Information

    Replacing the Lamp

    Lamp Replacement
    <Front panel of the Projector>

    The usable lifetime of the lamp depends on the environment it is used
    in. You can see the amount of time the lamp has been used in the
    CHECKING LAMP TIME section of the Menu (page.30). You must
    replace the lamp when:
    •  The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate.
    •  The lamp indicator is red.
    •  The message “Replace the lamp” appears on the screen when
    turning the projector on.

    Lamp indicators

    Be careful when replacing lamp
    ꔈꔈ Press the POWER button on the control panel or remote control to turn off power.
    ꔈꔈ If the operation indicator LED is orange and blinking, do not disconnect the main supply until the operation
    indicator LED is lit up constantly (orange).
    ꔈꔈ Allow the lamp to cool for 1 hour before replacing it.
    ꔈꔈ Replace only with the same type lamp from an LG Electronics Service Center. Using another manufacturers
    lamp may cause damage to the Projector and lamp.
    ꔈꔈ Pull out the lamp only when replacing the lamp.
    ꔈꔈ Keep the lamp unit out of reach of children. Keep the Lamp away from heat sources such as radiators, stoves
    etc.
    ꔈꔈ To reduce the risk of fire do not expose the lamp to liquids or foreign materials.
    ꔈꔈ Do not place the lamp near any heat source.
    ꔈꔈ Make sure the new lamp is securely tightened with screws. If not, the image may be dark or there could be an
    increased risk of fire.
    ꔈꔈ Never touch the lamp unit glass otherwise image quality may be compromised or lamp life maybe reduced.

    To obtain a replacement Lamp unit
    •  L
     amp model number is on page 43. Check the lamp model and then purchase it from an LG Electronics
    Service Center.
    •  Using another manufacturers lamp may cause damage to the projector.

    Lamp unit disposal
    •  Dispose of the used lamp by returning it to the LG Electronics Service Center.

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  • Page 41

    Information

    Open lamp cover to change lamp

    1

    Turn off the projector and pull the power plug from
    the power outlet. Place the projector on table or
    somewhere with a flat surface.

    2

    Loosen screws on the side using a screwdriver. Lift
    up the lamp cover in the direction of the arrow.
    Do not pull the cover in the vertical direction.
    Press “A” if the lamp cover does not lift up.

    Let the lamp cool for one hour before touching it.
    Press here.

    A

    Lamp cover
    fixing screw

    3

    4

    Open lamp cover and loosen the two screws
    holding the lamp in.

    Pull the lamp handle from the sill.

    Knob
    Screw

    5

    6

    Pull the lamp out slowly using the handle
    attached to it.

    Insert the new lamp case in carefully. Check if it is
    inserted correctly. Check if “B” part is inserted
    correctly and press “C” part again to verify the new
    lamp is inserted completely.

    Press here.
    C
    B

    7

    8

    Replace the screws removed in step 3.

    Close the lamp cover and replace the screws removed
    in step 2.
    The projector will not operate when the lamp cover is
    open. A green warning lamp indicates the projector
    will not start due to the cover being open.

    Please use appropriate lamp for the model.
    Projector might not be turned on if the lamp cover is not closed correctly after replacement. In this
    case, please contact our service representative after checking if the lamp is fixed correctly.

    To re-assemble lamp cover

    1

    Press the lamp cover against the
    support line. Maintain a slope of
    about 30°.

    2

    Do not push vertically. Push
    diagonally to insert.

    Do not apply unreasonable force to
    the tab below during replacement

    support
    line.

    Do not over-tighten the side screws.

    tab
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    Information

    Regarding the projector lamp control

    WARNING
    •  Don’t turn off the projector until at least in 5 minutes after activating it.
    - The frequent On/Off changes may cause the lamp function to deteriorate.
    •  Don’t pull out the power cord while the projector's cooling fan is on.
    - It may cause the lamp life-span to shorten and get damaged.
    •  The life-span of projector depends on the use environment and treatment conditions.
    •  T
     he projector uses a high pressure mercury lamp so that serious caution is essential. The shock or abuse while using may
    cause lamp to blow off with explosion.
    •  When you continue to use the projector after an interval of lamp replacement, the lamp may be blown off with explosion.
    •  The following treatment should be done if the lamp shatters.
    - Pull off the power cord immediately.
    - Let some fresh air in immediately (Ventilation).
    - Check the product condition at the nearer service center and replace the lamp, if necessary.
    - Don’t try to disassemble the product.

    How to attach the lens cap to the projector
    How to attach the lens cap

    1

    3

    42

    Prepare the lens cap and the strap supplied as
    accessories.

    Attach the strap at the hole of the projector into
    the hole of the lens cap, and then pass the lens
    cap through the strap lasso.

    2

    Insert the non-knot end of the strap into the
    hole at the bottom of the lens section of the
    projector.

    4

    They are completely assembled as shown in
    the below figure.



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    Information

    Specifications

    MODEL

    BX403B (BX403B-JD) / BX503B (BX503B-JD)

    Power

    AC 100 - 240V~ 50/60Hz, BX403B : 3.8A/BX503B : 4.3A

    Resolution

    1024(Horizontal) x 768(Vertical)pixel

    Horizontal / Vertical Ratio

    4:3(horizontal:vertical)

    DLP panel size(mm)

    17.8

    Screen size
    (Projection distance)

    Wide : 1.0 ~ 7.5m

    Projection off-set ratio

    100%

    Remote control distance

    12m

    Tele : 1.2 ~ 8.7m

    Zoom ratio

    1:1.2

    Video compatibility

    NTSC/PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N

    Height(mm)

    148.5 (with foot), 135.7(without foot)

    Breadth(mm)

    403.3

    Length(mm)

    293.1

    Weight(kg)

    BX403B : 5.9/BX503B : 6.2

    Operating Condition

    Projector Lamp

    Temperature

    Lamp model

    In operation : 32~104°F(0°C~40°C)
    In storage and transit : -4~140°F(-20°C~60°C)

    BX403B : AJ-LDX5
    BX503B : AJ-LBX5

    Humidity

    Lamp power consumption

    In operation : 0 ~ 80% relative humidity by dry hygrometer
    Not in operation : 0 ~ 85% relative humidity by dry hygrometer

    BX403B : 300W
    BX503B : 330W

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    The model and serial number of the projector is
    located on the back or one side of the projector.
    Record it below should you ever need service.

    MODEL
    SERIAL






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