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SP-M205 SP-M225 SP-M255 SP-M275 SP-M305
LCD Projector
Owner’s Instructions
The color and the appearance of the product may differ
from the illustrations in this manual. The specifications are
subject to change without prior notice to improve
performance.
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    SP-M205 SP-M225 SP-M255 SP-M275 SP-M305 LCD Projector Owner’s Instructions The color and the appearance of the product may differ from the illustrations in this manual. The specifications are subject to change without prior notice to improve performance. ...
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    Table Of Contents MAJOR SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Care and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 Installing the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 Leveling with Adjustable Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Zoom and Focus Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4 Screen Size and Projection Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 Lamp Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6 Rear ...
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    MORE INFORMATION Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1 RS232C Command Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2 Contact SAMSUNG WORLDWIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3 Correct Disposal - Europe only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4 ...
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    1 Major Safety Precautions 1-1 Before You Start Icons used in this manual ICON NAME MEANING Caution Indicates cases where the function may not work or the setting may be canceled. Note Indicates a hint or tip to operate a function. Using this Manual • Make yourself fully aware of the safety precautions before using this product. • The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice for performance improvement. • If a problem occurs, refer to the 'Troubleshooting' section. Copyright Notice Copyright © 2010 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. The copyright of this manual is reserved by Samsung Electronics, Co., Ltd. The contents of this manual may not be partially or in whole reproduced, distributed or used in any form without the written permission of Samsung Electronics, Co., Ltd. An administration fee may be charged if either. (a) An engineer is called out at your request and there is no def ...
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    1-2 Care and Maintenance Cleaning the Surface and the Lens Clean the projector using a soft dry cloth. • Avoid cleaning the product with a flammable substance such as benzene or thinner. • Avoid scratching the lens with your fingernails or a sharp object. This may result in scratches or damage to the product. • Avoid cleaning the product with a wet cloth or by directly spraying water onto the product. If water enters the product, it may result in fire, electric shock, or a problem with the product. • A white stain may appear on the surface of the projector if water gets on it. The appearance and the color may differ depending on the model. Cleaning Inside the Projector For cleaning the interior of the projector, contact an authorized Samsung Service Center. • 1-2 Contact a Service Center if dust or other substances are inside the projector. Major Safety Precautions ...
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    1-3 Safety Precautions Icons used for safety precautions ICON NAME MEANING Warning Failing to follow the precautions marked with this sign may result in a serious injury or even a fatality. Caution Failing to follow the precautions marked with this sign may result in a personal injury or property damage. Power Related The following images are for your reference and may differ depending on models and countries. The appearance and the color may differ depending on models. Warning Plug the power plug in firmly. • Otherwise, it may result in fire. Avoid connecting multiple electric appliances to a single wall outlet. • Avoid using a damaged power cord or plug or a loose power outlet. • Otherwise, it may result in electric shock or fire. Avoid plugging in or unplugging the power supply with wet hands. • Otherwise, it may result in electric shock. Otherwise, it may result in fire due to overheating of the wall outlet. Avoid ...
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    Caution When unplugging the power plug from the wall outlet, make sure to hold the power plug by the plug and not by the cord. • Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire. Unplug the power plug before cleaning the product. • Do not turn the product on or off by plugging or unplugging the power plug. (Do not use the power plug as a power switch.) Keep the power cord away from sources of heat. There is a danger of electric shock or fire. Connect the power plug to a wall outlet that can be easily reached. • When a problem occurs with the product, you must unplug the power plug to cut the power off completely. You cannot cut the power off completely using only the power button on the product. Installation Related Warning Avoid installing the product in a location exposed to direct sunlight and installing the product near a heat source such as a fire or heater. • 1-3 Avoid installing the product in a badly-ventilated location ...
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    Do not install the product in a location exposed to dust, moisture (sauna), oil, Do not install the product in areas with heavy dust. smoke or water (rain drops) and do not install it in a vehicle. • This may result in electric shock or fire. Caution Take care not to block the vent with a table cloth or curtain. • Do not let the product drop while moving it. • Otherwise, it may result in fire due to internal overheating. This may result in a problem with the product or injury. When putting the product down, place it gently. Do not install the product at a height where children may reach it. • • Failing to do so may result in a problem with the product or injury. If a child touches the product, the product may fall and this may result in injury. Usage Related Avoid inserting metal objects such as chopsticks, coins or hairpins, or inflammable objects into the product (the vents, ports, etc). • If water or an alien substance ...
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    Caution If the product generates a strange noise, a burning smell, or smoke, unplug the power plug immediately and contact a service center. • Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire. If the power plug pin or jack is exposed to dust, water or alien substances, clean it thoroughly. Do not use the product while it indicates a malfunction, such as no sound or no picture. • • There is a danger of electric shock or fire. Turn the product off immediately, unplug the power cord from a wall outlet, and contact a Service Center. When cleaning the product, disconnect the power cord and clean the product with a soft dry cloth. When a gas leak occurs, do not touch the product or the power plug and ventilate immediately. • • A spark may result in an explosion or fire. • During a thunder or lighting storm, do not touch the power cord or antenna cable Avoid using chemicals such as wax, benzene, alcohol, thinner, mosquitore ...
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    To avoid burning yourself, do not touch the vents or lamp cover while operating or right after turning off the product. Do not clean the product using water spray or a wet cloth. Avoid using any chemicals such as detergents, industrial or automotive polish, abrasive, wax, benzene, alcohol on any plastic part of the product such as projector case, since this may cause damage. Do not open any cover on the product. Do not use any undesignated battery. • This would prove hazardous because of high-voltage current inside the product. Be careful not to touch the ventilation hole while the projector is on as hot air comes out. The ventilation hole is hot for some time though the projector is turned off. Keep you hands or body off the ventilation hole. Do not place objects vulnerable to heat near the projector. Be careful to keep your body away from the projector lamp. The lamp is hot. (Children and those who have sensitive skin should be more careful. ...
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    2 Installation and Connection 2-1 Package Contents • Unpack the product and check if all of the contents listed below have been included. • Store the packaging box in case you need to move the product at a later date. Projector CONTENTS Quick Setup Guide Warranty Card (Not available in all locations) User Manual Power Cord Remote Control / 2 Battery Cleaning Cloth D-Sub Cable Lens cover ( Not available in all locations) 4 Screws Projector case (For ceiling mount bracket.) A ceiling mount is not included and must be purchased separately. Use the included screws to attach the projector to the ceiling mount bracket. 2-1 Installation and Connection ...
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    2-2 Installing the Projector Install the projector so that the beam from the projector is perpendicular to the screen. • Place the projector so that the lens aims at the center of the screen. If the screen is not vertical, the picture on the screen may not appear rectangular. • Do not install the screen in bright surroundings. If the surroundings are too bright, the picture on the screen will be washed out and not display clearly. • When using the projector in bright surroundings, use curtains to block the light. • You can install the projector in the following locations relative to the screen : <Front-Floor> / <Front-Ceiling> / <RearFloor> / <Rear-Ceiling>. To view the installation position settings, see below. To adjust the picture when you install the projector behind the screen Installing behind a semi-transparent screen. When you install the projector behind a semi-transparent screen, you can use the menu to adjust the picture so that it displays ...
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    2-3 Leveling with Adjustable Feet Press the PUSH buttons, as shown, to adjust the legs and level the projector. The projector can be adjusted to a height of up to 1.18 inches (30mm, about 12 °) from the reference point. If <Auto Keystone> is set to <On>, <V-Keystone> is adjusted automatically. If fine tuning is required after auto-adjustment, use <V-Keystone>. 2-3 Installation and Connection ...
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    2-4 Zoom and Focus Adjustment Zoom Knob You can adjust the size of the image within the zoom range by manipulating the Zoom Knob. Focus Ring Focus the picture on the screen using the Focus Ring. The size of your screen determines the distance you set your projector from the screen. If you do not install your projector at the projection distance specified in the Screen Size and Projection Distance table in Section 2-5, you will not be able to adjust the focus correctly. Installation and Connection 2-4 ...
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    2-5 Screen Size and Projection Distance A. Screen / Z. Throw Distance / Y’. Distance from Lens Center to Image Bottom Install the projector on a flat, even surface and level the projector using the adjustable feet to obtain optimal picture quality. If images are not clear, adjust them using the Zoom Knob or Focus Ring, or move the projector forward and backward. SCREEN SIZE M (DIAGONAL) X (HORIZONTAL) THROW DISTANCE Y (VERTICAL) Z (TELE) OFFSET Z (WIDE) Y' INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM 30 76.2 24 60.9 18 45.7 42.7 108.4 35.5 90.1 2.6 6.3 40 101.6 32 81.3 24 61.0 57.0 144.7 47.4 120.3 3.3 8.4 50 127.0 40 101.6 30 76.2 71.2 180.8 59.2 150.4 4.1 10.5 60 152.4 48 121.9 36 91.4 85.4 217.0 71.0 180.4 5.0 12.6 70 177.8 56 142.2 42 106.7 ...
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    SCREEN SIZE M (DIAGONAL) X (HORIZONTAL) THROW DISTANCE Y (VERTICAL) Z (TELE) OFFSET Z (WIDE) Y' INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM 240 609.6 192 487.7 144 365.8 341.8 868.1 284.2 721.8 19.9 50.4 250 635.0 200 508.0 150 381.0 356.0 904.2 296.0 751.8 20.7 52.5 260 660.4 208 528.3 156 396.2 370.2 940.4 307.8 781.9 21.5 54.6 270 685.8 216 548.6 162 411.5 384.5 976.5 319.7 811.9 22.3 56.7 280 711.2 224 569.0 168 426.7 398.7 1012.8 331.5 842.1 23.2 58.8 290 736.6 232 589.3 174 442.0 413.0 1049.0 343.4 872.2 24.0 60.9 300 762.0 240 609.6 180 457.2 427.2 1085.1 355.2 902.2 24.8 63.0 310 787.4 248 629.9 186 472.4 441.4 1121.2 367.0 932.3 ...
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    2-6 Lamp Replacement Cautions on Lamp Replacement • The projector lamp is an expendable item. For best operating performance, replace the lamp according to the usage time. You can view the lamp usage time in the Information Display (INFO button). • Replace the lamp with the one specified below only. Model SP-M205 / SP-M225 SP-M255 / SP-M275 / SP-M305 Lamp Model Name DPL3311U DPL3321U - For inquiries on lamp purchase, please see 'Contact SAMSUNG WORLDWIDE' in section 6-3. • Check that the power cord is unplugged before replacing the lamp. • Because the lamp is a high temperature and high voltage product, wait at least one hour from the time you disconnect the power cord before replacing the lamp. • The projector lamp is on the top of the projector. • Do not leave the old lamp near flammable items or in reach of children. There is a danger of fire, burns, or injury. • Remove dirt or foreign material around or inside the lam ...
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    Install a new lamp in the reverse order of removal. Replacing and Cleaning the Filter Precautions when replacing the projector filter: • The filter is on the side of the projector. • Turn off the power of the projector, and then disconnect the power cord after the projector has cooled sufficiently. Otherwise, its parts may be damaged due to internal heat. • When you replace the filter, you may release some dust. • For inquiries on replacement filter purchase, please see 'Contact SAMSUNG WORLDWIDE' in Chapter 6. To replace or clean the filter, follow these steps: 1. Turn off the power of the projector, and then disconnect the power cord after the projector has cooled sufficiently. 2. Open the filter cover. 3. Replace or clean the filter. • When cleaning the filter, use a small vacuum cleaner designed for computers and small electronics products, or wash it under running water. • After washing the filter under running water, make sure to dr ...
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    Air outtake vent Air intake vent 2-6 Installation and Connection ...
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    2-7 Rear Side ICON NAME Kensington Lock slot PC IN port VIDEO IN port AUDIO IN (L-AUDIO-R) port HDMI/DVI IN port Remote Control Signal Receiver Power Input port AUDIO OUT/ port RS232C port LAN port USB port Installation and Connection 2-7 ...
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    2-8 Supported Display Modes 2-8-1. PC Timing (D-Sub/HDMI) FORMAT 2-8 RESOLUTION HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY (KHZ) VERTICAL FREQUENCY (HZ) PIXEL FREQUENCY (MHZ) IBM 640 x 350 70Hz 31.469 70.086 25.175 IBM 640 x 480 60Hz 31.469 59.940 25.175 IBM 720 x 400 70Hz 31.469 70.087 28.322 VESA 640 x 480 60Hz 31.469 59.940 25.175 MAC 640 x 480 67Hz 35.000 66.667 30.240 VESA 640 x 480 70Hz 35.000 70.000 28.560 VESA 640 x 480 72Hz 37.861 72.809 31.500 VESA 640 x 480 75Hz 37.500 75.000 31.500 VESA 720 x 576 60Hz 35.910 59.950 32.750 VESA 800 x 600 56Hz 35.156 56.250 36.000 VESA 800 x 600 60Hz 37.879 60.317 40.000 VESA 800 x 600 70Hz 43.750 70.000 45.500 VESA 800 x 600 72Hz 48.077 72.188 50.000 VESA 800 x 600 75Hz 46.875 75.000 49 ...
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    FORMAT RESOLUTION HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY (KHZ) VERTICAL FREQUENCY (HZ) PIXEL FREQUENCY (MHZ) VESA 1280 x 960 72Hz 72.072 72.000 124.540 VESA 1280 x 960 75Hz 75.231 74.857 130.000 VESA 1280 x 1024 60Hz 63.981 60.020 108.000 VESA 1280 x 1024 70Hz 74.620 70.000 128.943 VESA 1280 x 1024 72Hz 76.824 72.000 132.752 VESA 1280 x 1024 75Hz 79.976 75.025 135.000 VESA 1400 x 1050 60Hz 65.317 59.978 121.750 VESA 1440 x 900 60Hz 55.935 59.887 106.500 VESA 1440 x 900 75Hz 70.635 74.984 136.750 VESA 1600 x 1200 60Hz 75.000 60.000 162.000 All resolutions higher or lower than 1024x768 are converted to 1024x768 by the Scaler chip inside the projector. If the resolution of the signal output by the PC matches the real resolution (1024x768) of the projector, the screen quality is optimal. 2-8-2. AV Timing ...
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    FORMAT RESOLUTION SCAN HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY (KHZ) VERTICAL FREQUENCY (HZ) PIXEL FREQUENCY (MHZ) EIA-861 Format5 1920 x 1080 Interlaced 60.000 33.750 74.250 EIA-861 Format17,18 720 x 576 Progressive 50.000 31.250 27.000 EIA-861 Format19 1280 x 720 Progressive 50.000 37.500 74.250 EIA-861 Format20 1920 x 1080 Interlaced 50.000 28.125 74.250 2-8-4. AV Timing (VIDEO) NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL60, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM Your projector supports the standard video formats listed above through its video inputs. No adjustments are necessary. 2-8 Installation and Connection ...
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    2-9 Connecting the Power 1. Plug the power cord into the power terminal on the rear side of the projector. Installation and Connection 2-9 ...
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    2-10 Connecting with a PC and Setting up the PC 2-10-1. Setting up the PC Environment Check the following items before connecting your PC to your projector. 1. Click the right mouse button on the Windows desktop, and then click [Properties]. The <Display Properties> dialog appears. 2. Click the [Settings] tab, and then set the <Screen resolution>. The optimal resolution for the projector is 1024 x 768. For other resolutions supported by the projector, see the PC Timing Display Mode table in section 2-8. You do not have to change the <Color quality> setup. 3. Press the [Advanced] button. Another property window appears. 4. Click the [Monitor] tab and set the <Screen refresh rate>. For the refresh rate that matches the resolution you’ve chosen, see the refresh rate (60 Hz, 70 Hz, etc.) next to your selected resolution in the PC Timing Display Mode table in section 2-8. Setting the refresh rate sets both the vertical and horizontal frequencies. 2-10 Installation and C ...
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    5. Click the [OK] button to close the window, and then click the [OK] button on the <Display Properties> window to close that window. 6. Shut down the PC and connect it to the projector. The setup process might vary depending on your type of computer or version of Windows. (For example, [Properties] appears instead of [Properties (R)] as shown in 1.) This projector supports 32 bit color quality (per pixel) when it is used as a PC monitor. Projected images may differ from the images on your monitor depending on the monitor manufacturer or Windows version. When connecting the projector to a PC, make sure that the PC setup complies with the display settings supported by this projector. If it does not, you may have signal problems. 2-10-2. Connecting with a PC Make sure that your PC and projector are turned off. 1. Connect the [PC IN] port on the rear side of the projector to the PC video out (D-sub) port of the PC using a PC video cable. 2. Plug in the power cords of the p ...
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    2-11 Connecting a PC using an HDMI/DVI cable 2-11-1. Connecting a PC using an HDMI/DVI cable Make sure that your PC and projector are turned off. 1. Connect the [HDMI/DVI IN] terminal of the projector to the HDMI or DVI terminal of your PC using a HDMI/HDMI or HDMI/DVI cable (Not supplied). - If you are connecting to the HDMI terminal of your PC, use an HDMI/HDMI cable (Not supplied). - For the supported resolutions and refresh rates, see PC Timing (D-Sub/HDMI) in Section 2-8, "Supported Display Modes". 2-11-2. Configuring the Audio Settings for Your PC When the projector is connected to the PC via an HDMI cable, you can change the audio settings as follows: 1. In Category View of Windows XP : Go to Control Panel - [Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices], and select <Speaker Settings>. 2-11 Installation and Connection ...
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    In Classic View of Windows XP : Go to Control Panel - [Sound and Audio Devices], and select the <Audio> tab. On Windows 7 : Go to Control Panel - [Sound], and select the <Playback> tab. 2. Specify the default device for sound playback: You can select the PC speakers or projector speaker. The aforementioned information may slightly differ from some PCs or versions of Windows. Installation and Connection 2-11 ...
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    2-12 Connecting an HDMI-Compatible Device Make sure that the AV device and your projector are turned off. 1. Connect the [HDMI/DVI IN] terminal at the back of the projector to the HDMI or HDMI/DVI output terminal of the digital output device using an HDMI/DVI or HDMI/HDMI cable. - If you are connecting to the HDMI output terminal on the digital output device, use an HDMI/HDMI cable. - For supported input signal formats, resolutions, and frequencies, see AV Timing(HDMI) in Section 2-8, "Supported Display Modes". 2. If you connected using a HDMI/DVI cable, connect the [AUDIO IN (L-AUDIO-R)] terminal on the projector to the Audio out terminal on your digital output device using an audio cable (Not supplied). - If you connected with a HDMI/HDMI cable, you do not need an audio cable. Installation and Connection 2-12 ...
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    2-13 Connecting an AV device using a D-Sub cable Make sure that the AV device and your projector are turned off. 1. Connect the [PC IN] terminal at the back of the projector to the D-Sub terminal of your AV device using a D-Sub cable. - For supported input signal formats, resolutions, and frequencies, see AV Timing (D-Sub) in Section 2-8, "Supported Display Modes". 2. Connect the [AUDIO IN (L-AUDIO-R)] terminal at the back of the projector to the Audio out terminal of your AV device using an audio cable (Not supplied). 2-13 Installation and Connection ...
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    2-14 Connecting an AV device with Component output Make sure that the AV device and your projector are turned off. 1. Connect the [PC IN] terminal on the back of the projector to the Component terminal on your AV device using a D-Sub to Component cable (Not supplied). This cable has a D-Sub connector on one end and three RCA jacks on the other. - For supported input signal formats, resolutions, and frequencies, see AV Timing (D-Sub) in Section 2-8, "Supported Display Modes". 2. Connect the [AUDIO IN (L-AUDIO-R)] terminal on the back of the projector and the Audio out terminal on your AV device using an audio cable (Not supplied). Installation and Connection 2-14 ...
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    2-15 Connecting using a Video cable Make sure that the AV device and your projector are turned off. 1. Connect the AV device to the [VIDEO IN] port using a VIDEO cable (not supplied). - For supported input signal formats, see AV Timing (VIDEO) in section 2-8, "Supported Display Modes". 2. Connect the [AUDIO IN (L-AUDIO-R)] terminal on the back of the projector and the Audio out terminal on your AV device using an audio cable (Not supplied). 2-15 Installation and Connection ...
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    2-16 Connecting an External Speaker You can hear sound through an external speaker instead of the internal speakers built into the projector. 1. Obtain an audio cable (Not supplied) suitable for your external speaker. 2. Connect the [AUDIO OUT/ ] terminal of the projector to the external speaker using an audio cable. - When using an external speaker, the internal speaker does not operate but you can adjust the volume of the external speaker using the Volume button or the remote control of the projector. - The [AUDIO OUT/ ] terminal can output all audio signals. Installation and Connection 2-16 ...
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    2-17 Connecting to a Network This product can use network functions. Refer to the following Network connection method. 2-17-1. Connecting to a Dynamic IP (DHCP) Network You can attach the projector to your network through a modem that uses DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). When you use a DHCP modem, the modem automatically provides the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway values that the projector needs to access the network. To connect to a DHCP network, follow these steps : 1. Connect the modem cable between the modem port on the wall and the external modem. 2. Connect a LAN cable between the external modem and the wired or wireless IP router. 3. Connect a LAN cable between the [LAN] port on the back of the projector and the wired or wireless IP router. 4. Turn the projector on and press the [MENU] button. 5. Select <Setup> → <Network> → <IP Setting> → <Automatic>. 6. The projector automatically acquires the IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway. 2-17 • ...
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    2-17-2. Connecting to a Static IP Network You can attach the projector to a network that uses a Static IP address, which corresponds to using a dedicated lease line. If your network uses Static IP addresses, you must get the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway values from your Internet Service Provider (ISP), turn on the Network function in the projector's Menu, and then enter the values into the Network function manually. To connect to a Static IP address network, follow these steps : 1. Connect a LAN cable between the LAN port on the wall and a wired or wireless IP router. 2. Connect a LAN cable between the [LAN] port on the back of the projector and the wired or wireless IP router. 3. Turn on the projector, and then press the [MENU] button. 4. Select <Setup> → <Network> → <IP Setting> → <Manual>. 5. Select <IP Address> and press the [ / buttons to enter values. ] button. Use the / buttons to navigate between each IP Address entry field and the 6. When done ...
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    2-18 Kensington Lock slot The Kensington Lock slot allows you to lock your projector, providing a sense of security when you use it in a public place. Because the shape and usage of the lock may differ depending on the model and the manufacturer, see the User Manual supplied with the locking device for more information. You must purchase the Kensington Lock separately. Locking the product 1. Loop the Kensington lock cable around an immovable part of desk or heavy object as directed in the Kensington lock user manual. 2. Insert the locking part of the locking device into the Kensington lock hole in the projector. 3. Insert the Kensington lock key into the locking mechanism and turn it in the locking direction. You can purchase a locking device from an electronics store or an online shop. 2-18 Installation and Connection ...
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    3 Using 3-1 Product Features 1. An optical engine adopting new LCD technology • 1024 x 768 resolution. • 3P-LCD panel. • SP-M205 : Provides a bright, 2000 ANSI lumen screen. • SP-M225 : Provides a bright, 2200 ANSI lumen screen. • SP-M255 : Provides a bright, 2500 ANSI lumen screen. • SP-M275 : Provides a bright, 2700 ANSI lumen screen. • SP-M305 : Provides a bright, 3000 ANSI lumen screen. 2. Minimized fan noise • Minimizes fan noise through optimized internal air flow and the fan installation structure. 3. Multiple input terminals • Increases the connectivity to peripheral devices such as D-Sub 15P, Video, HDMI(DVI PC signal, supported), etc. 4. Audio Output • Equipped with an internal 7W (mono) speaker. 5. User adjustments • Allows adjustment of each input port. • Equipped with an internal Test Pattern that can be used to install and adjust the projector. • Compact size, lightweight, and port ...
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    3-2 Front, Upper ICON NAME DESCRIPTION - STAND BY (Blue LED) Indicators - LAMP (Blue LED) - STATUS (Green/Red/Yellow LED) Refer to the LED Indications. Move Volume / Select button / : Use to move or to select an item within a menu. : Use to adjust the volume. MENU button Use to display the Menu Screen. SOURCE button Use to select the external device signal. POWER button Use to turn the projector on or off. Zoom Knob Use to enlarge or reduce image size. Focus Ring Use for Focus Adjustment. Lens Remote Control Signal Receiver Hole for attaching lens cap string 3-2 Using ...
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    3-3 Remote Control Using your projector with another remote control device nearby may result in improper functioning due to remote control code (frequency) interference. Using POWER ( ) Button Use this button to turn the projector on and off. QUICK Button Use to quickly return to the last menu used. P.MODE Button Use to select Picture Mode. AUTO Button Automatically adjust the screen. (Only enabled in <PC> mode.) P.SIZE Button Use to adjust the size of picture screen. BLANK Button Use to turn off the screen and sound temporarily. The video and audio will come back on when any button other than the [POWER] button is pressed. Rewind Button Rewind video in <Media Play> mode. Fast forward button Fast forward video in <Media Play> mode. Play button Play video in <Media Play> mode. Stop button Stop video in <Media Play> mode. KEYSTONE button Correct a tilted image. DOCU. ZOOM button Enlarge or reduce a document in the <Documen ...
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    • Make sure to place your remote control on a table or desk. - If you step on the remote control, you may fall and hurt yourself or damage the remote. • You can use the remote control up to a distance of about 32.8 feet (10 m) from the product. Installing Batteries in the Remote Control 1. Lift the cover at the back of the remote control upward as shown in the figure. 2. Insert two AAA size batteries. 3. Close the cover. 3-3 Using ...
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    3-4 LED Indications LED Indications :Light is On STATUS :Light is Blinking LAMP :Light is Off STAND BY STATUS If you press the [POWER] button on the remote control or projector, the screen appears within 30 seconds. The projector is operating normally. The projector is preparing an operation after the [POWER] button on the projector or the remote control has been pressed. The [POWER] button has been pressed to turn off the projector, and the cooling system is in operation to cool off the inside of the projector. (Operates for about 3 seconds.) The cooling fan inside the projector is not operating normally. Refer to Action 1 in Clearing Indicator Problems below. The lamp cover protecting the lamp unit is not closed properly. Refer to Action 2 in Clearing Indicator Problems below. The projector has changed to Cooling mode because its internal temperature has increased beyond the maintenance limit. Refer to Action 3 in Clearing Indicator Problems below. Th ...
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    Clearing Indicator Problems CLASSIFICA TION Action 1 Action 2 STATE MEASURES The cooling fan system is not operating normally. If the symptom remains even after disconnecting and then reconnecting the power cord and turning the projector on again, contact your product provider or our service center. The lamp cover protecting the lamp unit is not properly closed or the sensor system is not operating normally. Check if the screws on the side of the projector are securely tightened. If they are and the indicators are still lit, contact your product distributor or our service center. The projector has changed to the Cooling mode because the internal temperature of the projector has increased beyond the maintenance limit. If the internal temperature of the projector has increased beyond the maintenance limit, the projector changes to the Cooling mode before turning off automatically. Action 3 In Cooling mode, the fan speed is increased and ...
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    3-5 Using the Screen Adjustment Menu (OSD: On Screen Display) The Screen Adjustment Menu (OSD: On Screen Display) Structure To access the Menu, press the Menu button on the product or on the remote. To move in the menu, press the arrow buttons. Menu selections with an arrow on the far right have sub-menus. Press the right arrow button to access the sub-menu. Directions for navigating and selecting items in a menu are at the bottom of each menu screen. MENU SUB-MENU Input Source List Edit Name Picture Mode Size Position Digital NR Overscan Film Mode PC Zoom Install Lamp Mode Auto Keystone V-Keystone Background Test Pattern Video Type Caption Network Reset Language Menu Option Sound Filter Check Time Auto Power On Sleep Timer Melody Security Panel Lock Information Setup Option Black Level 3-5-1. Input MENU Source List DESCRIPTION You can select a device connec ...
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    MENU Mode DESCRIPTION Select a screen mode to match the environment, the kind of images you are projecting, or select a customized mode you have created based on your requirements. <Mode> • <Dynamic> : Selects the picture for increased definition in a bright room. • <Standard> : Selects the picture for the optimum display in a normal environment. • <Presentation> : This mode is suitable for presentations. • <Text> : This mode is suitable for text work. • <Movie> : This mode is suitable for viewing a movie. • <Game> : This picture mode is optimized for playing games. In <Game> mode, the text in still pictures will appear unnatural. • <User> : This is a customized mode you create using the <Mode>→<Save> function. The <Presentation> and <Text> modes are only enabled when the input signal is PC Timing(DSub/HDMI) or <Media Play>. <Contrast> : Used to adjust the contrast between the object and the background. <Brightness> : Used to adjust ...
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    MENU Position DESCRIPTION Using this function, you can adjust the screen position if it is not aligned. To adjust, select the direction you want to move the screen, and then press the arrow button pointing in that direction repeatedly. This function does not work in <Media Play> mode. Digital NR If dotted lines appear in an image or the screen shakes, enabling Digital NR (Noise Reduction) can improve the quality of the picture. When the input signal is a PC Timing (D-Sub/HDMI) signal, <Digital NR> does not operate. Black Level If the black level is unsuitable for the input signal, the dark parts of an image may look unclear or dim. Using this function, you can select a black level that can improve the visibility of the dark parts. The <Black level> can only be set for the [AV], 480i and 576i in AV Timing (D-Sub), and RGB signals in the [HDMI] input. For [AV], and the 480i and 576i signals of AV Timing (D-Sub). • <0 IRE> : Sets the black level to <0 IRE>. ...
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    3-5-3. Setup MENU DESCRIPTION Install To tailor the picture to the installation location, (for example, behind a semi-transparent screen, hanging from the ceiling), you can invert the projected images vertically / horizontally. • Lamp Mode Auto Keystone • <Front-Ceiling> : Horizontal/Vertical Reversed Image • <Rear-Floor> : Horizontally Reversed Image • <Rear-Ceiling> : Vertically Reversed Image Using this function, you can set the image brightness by adjusting the amount of light generated by the lamp. • <Eco> : This mode is optimized for screens smaller than 100 inches. This mode decreases the lamp brightness and power consumption in order to extend the lamp lifetime and reduce noise and power consumption. • <Bright> : This mode maximizes the lamp brightness when the ambient illumination is bright. As the brightness of the lamp increases, the lamp lifetime may be reduced and the noise and power consumption may increase. If vid ...
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    MENU DESCRIPTION Video Type If the screen quality is abnormal as a result of the projector not identifying the input signal type automatically in <PC> or <HDMI> mode, Video Type lets you manually set the input signal. This function does not work in <Media Play> mode. • In <PC> mode, the menu is only enabled for AV Timing (D-Sub) input signals. For separate H/V sync, it is only enabled for a 1280 x 720p 59.94Hz/60Hz signal. • In <HDMI> mode, <Video Type> is only enabled for the 640x480p 59.94Hz/60 Hz and 1280x720p 59.94Hz/60 Hz signals. • <Auto>-<RGB(PC)>-<RGB(AV)>-<YPbPr(AV)> • <Auto>-<PC>-<AV> Usage zoom ~Œ•GŠ–••ŒŠ›•ŽG›ŒGyniG–œ›—œ›G–GˆG wjG›–G›ŒGkTzœ‰G›Œ™”•ˆ“G kšˆ‰“Œ‹ l•ˆ‰“Œ‹ l•ˆ‰“Œ‹ yniOh}P ~Œ•GŠ–••ŒŠ›•ŽG›ŒGyniG–œ›—œ›G–G ˆ•Gh}G‹ŒŠŒGOz{iSGk}kSGŒ›ŠˎPG›–G›ŒG kTzœ‰G›Œ™”•ˆ“G l•ˆ‰“Œ‹ kšˆ‰“Œ‹ kšˆ‰“Œ‹ ~Œ•GŠ–••ŒŠ›•ŽG›ŒG€w‰w™G–œ›—œ›G–G €w‰w™Oh}P ˆ•Gh}G‹ŒŠŒGOz{iSGk}kSGŒ›ŠˎPG›–G›ŒG kTzœ‰G›Œ™”•ˆ“G ...
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    MENU DESCRIPTION Network By connecting a LAN cable between the PC and projector, you can use the following supplementary functions on your PC. On your PC, you can check the projector's condition (lifespan of the lamp, operation error, temperature) and remotely control the projector's power On/Off, brightness, and sound On/Off . <Network> : <On> - <Off> <IP Setting> • <Automatic> : Automatically allots the IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway. • <Manual> : Allows you to manually enter the IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway manually. After pressing the [ move using the / ] button to enter values, change the values using the / buttons and buttons. Once the values are filled in, press the[ ] button. <Server IP Setting> : Allows you to enter the server PC's IP address. Reset • To use the network function, <Network> must be set to <On>. • If the network connection fails, enter the IP address of the server PC under <Server IP Setting>. Using ...
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    MENU Language Menu Option DESCRIPTION Using this function, you can select the language used for the menu screen. • <Position> : You can move Menu Position up/down/left/right. • <Transparency> : You can set the translucency of the menu. • • <High>-<Medium>-<Low>-<Opaque> <Display Time> : You can set the display time of the menu. • Sound The projector comes with an internal 7W (mono) speaker. Use the settings below to tailor the sound as desired. • Filter Check Time <5 sec>-<10 sec>-<30 sec>-<60 sec>-<90 sec>-<120 sec>-<Stay On> <100Hz>-<300Hz>-<1kHz>-<3kHz>-<10kHz> Sets the check period for the filter. (Unit: hours) • <Off>-<100>-<200>-<400>-<800> If the filter usage time is larger than the filter check period, the filter check message is displayed for 1 minute whenever the projector is turned on. Filter check message: "<Check the filter, and if necessary, clean or replace it.>". Auto Power On With Auto Power On, if power is su ...
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    3-6 Network Management 3-6-1. Management using the Web Browser The Web Browser lets you monitor and control one projector from a PC without installing any software. Before you can use the Web Browser, you must connect your projector to your local area network. For directions explaining how to connect to a network, see section 2-17, Connecting to a Network. To control multiple projectors from a single PC, install and run Samsung Projector Manager. For information about Samsung Projector Manager, go to 3-6-2. Check the network connection between the PC and projector before connecting the Web Browser. If the network connection has failed, the Web browser window may not be available for use. • To use the Web Browser, your PC must meet the following minimum system requirement : • RAM: More than 10MB • Hard Disk capacity: More than 10MB • Display resolution: More than 640 x 480 • Supported OS : Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista • Web browser : M ...
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    3-6-2. Projector Management using PC Software You can monitor and control more than one projector using Samsung Projector Manager. When installing or using Samsung Projector Manager in PC, you must log in as Administrator. If you log in using your personal login, that login must have full administrator privileges. • To use Samsung Projector Manager, your PC must meet the following minimum system requirement : • RAM: More than 10MB • Hard Disk capacity: More than 10MB • Display resolution: More than 640 x 480 • Supported OS : Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista 1. Installing the Samsung Projector Manager • Click 'Samsung Projector Manager' on the CD supplied. • Install according to the instructions displayed on the PC screen. 2. Running the Samsung Projector Manager When the installation of Samsung Projector Manager and the network setup for the projector have been completed, the Samsung Projector Manager will be available for use. 3. ...
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    <Projector List>, and then select <Add Projector>. • Specify the <Projector Name>, <IP Address> and <Group Name> to register, and then press <ADD>. Any group whose name is not specified will automatically be named <Default Group>. To remove and / or rename a registered projector, right-click and then select <Delete> and / or <Rename> respectively. If a projector is not displayed on the <Projector List >after registration, check if the network connection and the network settings are properly configured. See section 2-17, Connecting to a Network and section 3-5-3, <Setup>→<Network> for information and instructions. To save or load the registered projector's information, select <File>→<Export Config>. 3-6 Using ...
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    • Projector Management • You can check a projector's lamp condition, temperature, operation, errors, etc in real time. : You can view a projector's Name, IP Address, Group, Power On/Off status, LAMP lifespan, operation errors (represented by icons), etc. in real time. Samsung Projector Manager displays icons that indicate a projector's status. The icons are listed in the tables below. If the icons indicate a problem with your projector, see "Clearing Indicator Problems" in secton 3-4, LED Indications. Warning and Error status icons ICONS STATUS STATE ACTION Error The lamp cover protecting the lamp unit is not properly closed. Refer to Action 2 in Clearing Indicator Problems. Error The lamp is not operating normally. Refer to Action 5 in Clearing Indicator Problems. Error The lamp has reached the end of its life. The lamp needs to be replaced. Error The cooling fan 1 is not operating normally. Error The cooling fan 2 is ...
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    ICONS STATUS STATE ACTION Warning The air filter has reached the end of its life. The air filter needs to be replaced. Warning The air filter has been blocked by dust. The air filter needs to be cleaned. Error The air filter has been blocked by dust. The air filter needs to be cleaned. Temperature Level Status Icons ICONS • STATUS STATE ACTION Temperature status The projector's internal temperature is normal.(standby mode) None. It's normal. Temperature status The projector's internal temperature is normal.(low) None. It's normal. Temperature status The projector's internal temperature is normal.(medium) None. It's normal. Temperature status The projector's internal temperature is normal.(little bit high) None. It's normal. Temperature status The projector's internal temperature is higher than the limit. Refer to Action 3 in Clearing Indicator Problems. Temperature status The pro ...
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    (Switch Source): Selects a source from HDMI, S-VIDEO, AV, PC, MP. (Blank Off/Blank On): Turns the screen of the projector on or off. (Mute Off/Mute On): Mutes the sound of a projector on/ off. (Adjust Aspect Ratio): Adjusts the aspect ratio of the projector to either 16:9 or 4:3. • If the connected source does not have the <Media Play> feature, <MP> is not available in the Source list. • If the projector does not have an [S-VIDEO IN] terminal, the <S-VIDEO> source is unusable. : Connecting the Web browser from Samsung Projector Manager By connecting to the Web Browser in Samsung Projector Manager, you can use more diverse functions. To perform the Web browser connection, select a Projector to connect to, and then right-click to select <WebControl>. If the Web browser connection fails, check whether the network connection (see section 2-17, Connecting to a Network) and network settings (see 3-5-3, Setup > Network) are correctly configured. Operating one projec ...
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    1. Press the <New> button. The New Schedule screen appears. 2. Select the projectors to apply the new schedule to from the <Select Projectors> field. When you select a projector, a check mark appears in the check box to its left. 3. Set the <new schedule> <Title>, <Repeat>, <Time>, and <Work>, and enter a <Description> of the Schedule. Explanations for each of these terms is below. -<Title> : Sets the name of a Schedule. -<Repeat> : Sets the schedule repetition (<Once>- Executes only once, <Every> - Specifies a repetition date). -<Time> : Determines the time at which a schedule will be executed. -<Work >: Sets Source switch or <Power On>/<Power Off> -<Description> : Shows a detailed description of a Schedule. 4. After you have entered all the information, press <ADD>. You can view the registration history of a Schedule. You can also view the status of a Schedule. The Status codes are below: -<Complete>: Schedule complete. -<Waiting>: Schedule still awaiting execution. ...
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    4 Media Play Function 4-1 Connecting a USB Storage Device and Precautions 4-1-1. Connecting a USB Device 1. Connect your USB storage device to the USB port on the back of the projector. - The main page of the <Media Play> menu appears. The main page of <Media Play> can also be opened by pressing the [MENU] button and selecting <Input>→<Source List>→<Media Play> • Supported file systems: FAT, FAT32 (NTFS is not supported.) • Multi Partition is not supported. • This projector is not compatible with a multi-card reader or USB hub. [Selecting a Device] 2. Move to the kind of media you want to view using the ▲/▼ buttons, press the [ ] button. 3. Move to <Internal Memory> or <USB> using the ▲/▼ buttons, and then press the [ ] button. [Selecting a File] 4. Move to the file or folder you want to view or open using the ▲/▼ buttons, and then press the [ ] button. For Document, Music, and Movie folders, a number appears next to each folder, ...
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    •Some products which do not comply with standard USB specifications might not operate normally. •A USB storage device with automatic recognition application or its own driver might not operate normally. •A USB storage device that uses only a designated driver might not be recognized. •Recognition speed for USB storage device may vary by device. •Do not turn off the product or pull a connected USB storage device out while a USB storage device is in use. Doing so may result in damage to the USB storage device or stored file. •Use a USB storage device which contains normal files. Abnormal files can cause a malfunction or the files may not play. •USB storage devices must be formatted with the FAT or FAT32 (recommended) file systems supported by Windows. <Media Play> may not work normally if the USB storage device is formatted with another file system. •If the USB storage device uses external power, please connect the USB storage device to its external power source. •Use the USB c ...
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    4-2 Documents You can view document files in various formats saved on a USB memory device or in the projector's internal memory. Menu displayed from the Documents screen The Documents screen. The Menu below appears when you press the [MEDIA.P] button while displaying the Documents screen. • If you are displaying a screen or item, and then press the [MEDIA.P] button, the menu corresponding to the selected item appears. • Depending on the current language setting, folder names, file names, or text in a document may appear corrupted. If that is the case, press the [MENU] button and change the language setting in <Language> under <Option>. MENU ITEM DESCRIPTION View View a document. Copy If an external memory device (USB memory device) is connected, files on the external memory device can be copied to the projector's internal memory and vice versa. Copy All Files Delete Delete All Files Copy all files to internal and external memory. Del ...
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    MENU ITEM Zoom DESCRIPTION Enlarge or reduce a document. • <Zoom In> : Enlarge a document (25% increments within the range of 100% ~ 500%). • <Zoom Out> : Reduce a document. • <Custom> : Enlarge or reduce the screen by a specific percentage. • <100 - <200 - <300 - <400 - <500 Enlarge or reduce a document view using the Page Navigation Rotate Enter a page number using the / and / buttons, check the page number in the preview window on the upper right corner of the screen, and then select <Go> to move to that page. Display the zoom area. • Aspect Ratio button on the remote control. Go directly to a specific page. • Page Map or <Off> - <On> • If a page is zoomed in, the enlarged area is displayed in the <Page Map> window on the upper right corner. • If a page is not zoomed in, the <Page Map> window does not appear. • <Fit to Screen> : Display a document to fit the screen size. • <Original Fit> : Display a do ...
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    For example, too much data on one sheet in a Excel file. • This product supports only one font. If a screen uses other fonts, the image Media Play displays may be different than the original screen. (Ex) 1. The position of line breaks in a sentence might be dissimilar. 2. The position of page breaks in a MS Word document might be changed. - In this case, the document might be shown incompletely according to the Layout properties for <Picture> or <Shapes> or <Object> in MS word . (Please refer to the manual of MS Word for more information on the Layout properties.) • This product does not support some functions found in original files. For example, the animation function in a PowerPoint file. • This product does not support encrypted files (DRM). Media Play Function 4-2 ...
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    4-3 Photo Enjoy a slideshow of photos saved on a USB memory device or in the projector's internal memory. Menu displayed from the Photo Thumbnails screen The Photo Thumbnails screen. The Menu below appears when you press the [MEDIA.P] while displaying the Photo Thumbnails screen. • If you are displaying a screen or item, and then press the [MEDIA.P] button, the menu corresponding to that screen or item appears. • Depending on the current language setting, folder or file names may appear corrupted. If this occurs, press the [MENU] button and change the language setting in <Language> under <Option>. MENU ITEM Start Slideshow Play Mode Copy Copy All Files Delete Delete All Files DESCRIPTION Start a slideshow. • <All Photos>: Play photos in order of file name. • <Photo in Folder>: Play photos in a specific folder in order of file name. • <Shuffle All Photos>: Play photos found in a specific memory device randomly. • <Shuffle P ...
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    Slideshow Select the file you want using the ▲/▼ buttons on the projector or remote control. Using the remote control during a slideshow: • MEDIA.P : Open the photo menu. • / : View the previous or next photo. • : Pause or resume a slideshow. • : Return to the previous stage. • : Only enabled in the document and movie menu. If you press the [MEDIA.P] button when viewing a slideshow, the following menu appears. MENU ITEM Stop Slideshow / Start Slideshow Slideshow Setting DESCRIPTION Stop or start a slideshow. <Transition> : Selects the slideshow mode. • <No Effect> - <Wipe> - <Blind> - <Box In/Out> - <Silk> - <Circle> - <Plus> - <Random> <Speed> : Adjusts the slideshow playback rate. • <Fast> - <Normal> - <Slow> <Mode> : Selects manual (view one by one) or auto (slideshow) play. • <Auto> - <Manual> If you selected <Manual>, move between photos using the </> buttons on the projector or the / buttons on the remote control. ...
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    MENU ITEM Background Music Set as Custom Logo DESCRIPTION • <On> : Play music defined as background music in file name order. • <Off> : Stop the background music that is being played. • <Music Setting> : Define background music for a slideshow. Sets the selected image as the projector logo. • • 4-4 To use this option, press [MENU] and go to <setup>. Check that <Background> is set to <Custom Logo>. The recommended resolution for a picture to be set as the user logo is 600x300. Media Play Function ...
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    4-4 Music Enjoy music files saved on a USB memory device or the projector's internal memory. Menu displayed from the Music List screen. The Music List screen. The Menu below appears when you press the [MEDIA.P] button while displaying the Music List screen. • If you are displaying a screen or item, and then press the [MEDIA.P] button, the menu corresponding to that screen or item appears. • Depending on the current language setting, folder or file names may appear corrupted. If this occurs, press the [MENU] button and change the language setting in <Language> under <Option>. MENU ITEM Play Music Plays music files. Play Mode • <All musics> : Play music in file name order. • <Music in Folder> : Play music in a specific folder in file name order. • <Shuffle all musics> : Play music in a specific memory device randomly. Copy Copy All Files Delete Delete All Files 4-4 DESCRIPTION • <Shuffle music in Folder> : Play musi ...
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    Menu displayed when playing music. Select the file you want using the ▲/▼ buttons on the projector or remote control. Using the remote control while playing music: • • MEDIA.P : Open the music menu. / : Play the previous or next music file. • : Pause or resume playing music. • : Return to the previous stage. • : Only enabled in the document and movie menu. If you press the [MEDIA.P] button when playing music, the following menu appears. Depending on the current language setting, the music file information [ ] may appear corrupted. If that is the case, press the [MENU] button and change the language in <Language> under <Option>. MENU ITEM Play Mode Media Play Function DESCRIPTION • <All music> : Plays all available music files. • <Music in Folder> : Plays all music files in a selected folder. • <Shuffle all music> : Randomly plays all available music files. • <Shuffle music in Folder> : Randomly plays all music files in a ...
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    4-5 Movie Enjoy video files saved on a USB memory device or in the projector's internal memory. Menu displayed from the Movie List screen The Movie File screen. The Menu below appears when you press the [MEDIA.P] button while displaying the Movie List screen. • If you are displaying a screen or item, and then press the [MEDIA.P] button, the menu corresponding to that screen or item appears. • Depending on the current language setting, folder or file names may appear corrupted.. If this occurs, press the [MENU] button and change the language setting in <Language> under <Option>. MENU ITEM DESCRIPTION Play Movie Plays video files. Play Mode • <All Movies> : Play video files in order of file name. • <Movie in Folder> : Play video files in a specific folder in order of file name. • <Shuffle All Movies> : Play video files in a specific memory device randomly. • <Shuffle Movie in Folder> : Play video files in a specific folder r ...
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    Using the remote control while playing video • MEDIA.P :Open the video menu • / : Play the previous or next video file • : Pause or resume playing video • : Return to the previous stage • : View information about the available buttons If you press the [MEDIA.P] button when playing a movie, the following menu appears. MENU ITEM Play Mode Subtitle Setting DESCRIPTION • <All Movies> : Plays all available video files. • <Movie in Folder> : Plays all video files in a selected folder. • <Shuffle all movies> : Randomly plays all available video files. • <Shuffle movie in Folder> : Randomly plays all video files in a selected folder. • <Repeat one movie> : Plays a selected video file repeatedly. • <Subtitle Setting>: Switch the subtitle function <On> or <Off> • <Language> : Select the subtitle language. • <Background> : Change the subtitle background settings. • • • • • <On> - <Off> <Po ...
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    4-6 Settings Use the ▲/▼/ 4-6 buttons to move to and access the Setting menus listed below. Media Play Function ...
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    MENU ITEM Options DESCRIPTION <Button Sound> : Change the button control sound settings for the <Media Play> menu. • <Off> - <On> <Internal Memory Copy> : Change the size of photos you want to copy to internal memory. • <Original Size> : Copy photos at the original size to internal memory. • <Resized> : Reduce the size of photos according to the optimal screen resolution and then copy. <Open Source License> : To send inquiries and requests for questions regarding open sources, contact Samsung via Email (vdswmanager@samsung.com). Preference <Home Background> : Select the image that will be displayed on the main page of the <Media Play>. • <Default> : Display the default image provided by the projector. • <Custom> : Display the image you selected as background image. <DivX(R)VOD> : You can view the certified registration code for the projector when you use the VOD (Video on Demand) service provided by DivX. DivX®VOD ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: • ...
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    4-6-1. Firmware Update Download the latest firmware version from the Samsung Electronics website (http://www.samsung.com) and install. • As data saved in the internal memory can be deleted during an update, always back up your data. • Do not remove the external memory (USB) device during the update. • Do not operate any buttons during the update. • Do not turn the projector off during the update. • Once the update is complete, turn the projector off, remove the external memory (USB) device and turn the projector on again. • Select <Settings>→<Update/Reset>→<Product Information> and see if the software version has been updated successfully. Before Software Upgrade! 1. Prepare a USB memory device. 2. Download the latest firmware version from the Samsung Electronics website onto your PC. 3. Connect the USB memory device to the PC. 4. Copy the downloaded software to the USB memory device. To upgrade software 1. Connect the USB memory device ...
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    4-7 Supported File Formats Supported File Formats ITEM Document FILE EXTENSION MS Word 97 ~ 2007 ( doc, docx ) Adobe PDF 1.2 ~1.7 ( pdf ) MS PowerPoint 97 ~ 2007 ( ppt, pptx ) MS Excel 95 ~2007 ( xls, xlsx ) Text ( txt) Photo Music JPEG • The Progressive format is not supported. • CYMK color is not supported (It is displayed Black and white) • Crop function is not supported (resolution larger than1024x768) MP3 (sample rate: 8~320Khz) WMA (sample rate: 8~384Khz) ITEM Movie FILE EXTENSION CODEC REMARKS (MAXIMUM RESOLUTION/BIT RATE ETC.) AUDIO CODEC AVI Divx 3.11 Resolution: 720 X 480 Supported Format ASF(WMV) Divx 4.x Frame/sec: 30 MP3 Mbps: 2 AC3 MP4 (MPEG, MPG) Divx 5.1 ADPCM Divx 6.0 (MULAW,ALAW) MPEG-4 SP AAC MPEG-4 ASP HE_AAC(AAC+) Windows Media Video 9 WMA MPEG1 Resolution: 720 X 480 Frame/sec: 30 Mbps: 8 Audio sampling rate : 8000 11025 12 ...
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    NAME FILE EXTENSION FORMAT SAMI .smi HTML SubRip .srt string-based SubViewer .sub string-based Micro DVD .sub or .txt string-based 4-7 Media Play Function ...
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    5 Troubleshooting 5-1 Before Requesting Service Please check the following before requesting After-Sales service. If the problem continues, please contact your nearest Samsung Electronics Service Center. Symptoms Installation and Connection Menu and Remote Control Troubleshooting No Power. Check the power cable connections. I want to install my projector on the ceiling. The ceiling installation bracket is sold separately. Contact your local product distributor. External Source can not be selected. Be sure that the video cable or cables are properly connected to the correct jack or jacks on both ends. If the device is not connected properly, it can not be selected. Remote control does not work. Be sure that the proper external source is selected. Check the battery in the remote. If there is something wrong with it, replace it with a new battery of the recommended size. Be sure to aim the remote at sensor on the back of the unit and ...
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    Symptoms Screen and External Source Cannot see picture images. Troubleshooting Be sure that the power cord of the projector is connected. Be sure that the proper input source is selected. Check that the connectors are properly connected to the ports at the back of the projector. Check the Remote Control batteries. Be sure that the <Color> and<Brightness> settings are not at their lower limit. Poor color. Adjust the <Tint> and <Contrast>. Images are not clear. Adjust the focus. Check if the projector is too far from or too near to the screen. Strange noise. If a strange sound continues, contact your Service Center. An operating LED is lit. Refer to the LED Indications section. Lines appear on screen. On-screen noise may occur when using your PC. Adjust the frequency (refresh rate) of the screen. No external device screen is displayed. Check the operating status for the external device and check whether the adjustable menu items, suc ...
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    Symptoms Network Troubleshooting The Web browser will not start up. Check the system requirements for the PC to connect to the Web browser. The Web browser will not connect to the projector. 1. Check whether the power cable is connected to the projector (See Section 2-9, Connecting the Power). 2. Check if the network environments for the PC and projector are correct (See Section 2-17, Connecting to a Network). 3. Check whether the correct network card in the PC has been selected when the PC (server) has more than two network cards. Installation of Samsung Projector Manager has failed. Check Samsung Projector Manager's system requirements for PCs. The projector will not connect to Samsung Projector Manager. 1. Check if the <IP Setting> and network connection between the PC and projector are correct. 2. If <IP Setting> for the projector is set to <Automatic>, check whether the PC and projector share the same network. If it is not the same network, ...
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    Symptoms Media Play Function I hear no sound when playing a video file from my USB storage device. Troubleshooting Check the audio format of the video file. Sound is not available for non-supported formats such as AC3, etc. Convert the audio format into a supported format using a video converter. The subtitle is not displayed for video that is being played. Press the [MEDIA.P] button on the screen where video is being played and check if <Subtitle Setting> is set to <On>. To view video with the subtitle function on, the video file must contain an external subtitle file. For the subtitle file formats supported, please refer to the "4-7 Supported File Formats" section. The subtitle file must be located in the same folder as the video file. The <Media Play> function doesn't work. Reset the <Media Play> mode by pressing the [MENU] button and selecting <Setup>→<Reset>→<Media Play>→<Recovery Mode>. If the problem persists, download the latest version of f ...
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    6 More Information 6-1 Specifications 6-1-1. SP-M205 / SP-M225 / SP-M255 MODEL Panel Size 0.63 inches 3P LCD Resolution XGA (1024 x 768) Aspect ratio Power Lamp SP-M205 SP-M225 4:3 Power Consumption 240 W 240 W 260 W Voltage 100~240V AC, 50/60Hz Power Consumption 180 W 180 W 200 W Life Time 3,000 Hours (Eco : 5,000 Hours ) Dimension 279 x 229 x 79 mm / 10.98 x 9.02 x 3.11 inches Weight 2.5 Kg / 5.5lbs Key Features Input signal Brightness 2,000 ANSI Contrast 500:1 Projection Range 1 m ~ 14 m / 39.37 inches ~ 551.18 inches Keystone Auto: Vertical(±20°) / Manual: Vertical (±20°) Network Wired LAN Port(RJ45), 10Mbps Zoom Adjustment Manual Focus Adjustment Manual Screen Size (Diagonal) Diagonal 30 inches ~ 400 inches Lens F=1.7 ~ 1.87, f=19.2mm ~ 23 mm Zoom Ratio 1:1.2 D-Sub 15p Analog RGB, analog YPbPr HDMI Digital RGB, digita ...
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    6-1-2. SP-M275 / SP-M305 MODEL Panel Size 0.63 inches 3P LCD Resolution XGA (1024 x 768) Aspect ratio Power SP-M275 SP-M305 4:3 Power Consumption 290 W (Standby : under 1W) Lamp Voltage 100~240V AC, 50/60Hz Power Consumption 220 W Life Time 3,000 Hours ( Eco : 5,000 Hours ) Dimension 279 x 229 x 79 mm / 10.98 x 9.02 x 3.11 inches Weight 2.7 Kg / 6.0 lbs Key Features Input signal Brightness 2,700 ANSI Contrast 2000 : 1 (Only in Dynamic of picture mode) Projection Range 1 m ~ 14 m / 39.37 inches ~ 551.18 inches Keystone Auto : Vertical (±20°) / Manual : Vertical (±20°) Network Wired LAN Port (RJ45), 10 Mbps Zoom Adjustment Manual Focus Adjustment Manual Screen Size (Diagonal) Diagonal 30 inches ~ 400 inches Lens F = 1.7 ~ 1.87, f = 19.2 mm ~ 23 mm Zoom Ratio 1 : 1.2 D-Sub 15p Analog RGB, analog YPbPr HDMI Digital RGB, digital YPbPr RCA x 1 C ...
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    6-2 RS232C Command Table Communication Format (Complies with the RS232C Standard) • Baud rate : 9,600 bps • parity : None • Data bits : 8, stop bit : 1 • Flow Control : None Serial Communication Protocol 1. Command Packet Structure [7bytes] 0x08 0x22 cmd1 cmd2 • A command packet consists of 7 bytes in total. cmd3 value • The two bytes 0x08 and 0x22 signify that the packet is for serial communication. • The following 4 bytes represent a pre-defined command that can be defined by the user. • The last byte is the checksum which checks the validity of the current packet. • Header [2 Byte]: Pre-defined values fixed to 0x08 and 0x22. • Cmd1 [1 Byte]: The first value of the code defined in the command list (Hexadecimal) • Cmd2 [1 Byte]: The second value of the code defined in the command list (Hexadecimal) • Cmd3 [1 Byte]: The third value of the code defined in the command list (Hexadecimal) • ...
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    Command Table CONTROL ITEM General Power Volume Power CMD1 Display OSD / Power On Mute 0x00 CMD3 0x00 Cancel 2 Direct Power Off 3 0x01 0x00 (0~100) Up 0x01 0 Down 0x02 0 0x00 0 0x02 0x00 0x00 Off On 1 0x03 0x00 0x00 Off Still On Input 6-2 Source List 0 1 0x04 0x00 0x00 Off Power On Protection 0 1 On Blank VALUE OK Direct Continuous 0x00 CMD2 0 1 (0~9) Keypad 0x05 0x00 0x00 (0~9) AV AV 0x0A 0x00 0x01 0 PC PC 0x03 0 HDMI HDMI 0x04 0 Media Play Media Play 0x05 0 More Information ...
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    CONTROL ITEM Picture Mode 0x0B CMD2 0X00 CMD3 0x00 VALUE 0 Standard 1 Presentation 2 Text 3 Movie 4 Game 5 User 6 Contrast 0~100 0X02 0x00 (0~100) Brightness 0~100 0X03 0x00 (0~100) Sharpness 0~100 0X04 0x00 (0~100) Color 0~100 0X05 0x00 (0~100) Tint (G/R) G50 / R50 0x06 0x00 (0~100) Color Tone Cool2 0x0A 0x00 1 WB More Information Dynamic CMD1 Cool1 2 Warm1 3 Warm2 4 R offset 0x0B 0x00 (0~100) G offset 0x01 (0~100) B offset 0x02 (0~100) R gain 0x03 (0~100) G gain 0x04 (0~100) B gain 0x05 (0~100) 6-2 ...
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    CONTROL ITEM Picture Gamma -3~3 Save Display OSD CMD1 0x0B Digital NR CMD3 0x0C 0x00 (0~6) 0x0D 0x00 0 1 Cancel 2 Direct Save 3 Normal 0x0E 0x00 0 0x0F 0x00 0 Zoom1 1 Zoom2 2 16:9 3 Off 0x10 0x00 On Black Level 0 IRE/NORMAL 0x11 0x00 Off 0x12 0x00 Off 0x13 0x00 UP 0x14 0x00 0 0x15 0x00 0 DOWN fine Up 1 0x16 0x00 DOWN Reset Zoom x1 Display OSD 0 1 0x17 0x00 0 OK 1 Cancel 2 Direct Reset 3 0x18 0x00 0 x2 1 x4 2 x8 3 LEFT 6-2 0 1 Auto adjustment Coarse 0 1 Auto PC 0 1 On Film Mode 0 1 7.5 IRE/LOW Overscan VALUE OK Reset Size CMD2 0x19 0x00 0 RIGHT 1 Up 2 Down 3 More Information ...
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    CONTROL ITEM Picture Setup Horizontal Position Continuous Vertical Position Continuous Install Front-Floor Lamp Mode CMD1 LEFT 0x0B CMD2 0x1A CMD3 0x00 RIGHT Background Test Pattern Video Type Reset DOWN 0x1B 0x00 Up 0 1 0x0C 0x00 0x00 0 Front-Ceiling 1 Rear-Floor 2 Rear-Ceiling 3 ECO 0x01 0x00 0 2 V-Keystone -50~50 Auto Keystone Off 0x02 0x00 (0~100) 0x02 0 On Logo 1 0x03 0x00 0 Blue 1 Black 2 Custom Logo 3 Crosshatch 0x04 0x00 0 Screen size 1 Pattern Off 2 Auto 0x05 0x00 0 RGB(PC) 1 RGB(AV) 2 YPbPr(AV) 3 PC 4 AV 5 Factory Default Reset Filter Time More Information 0 1 Bright Keystone VALUE Display OSD 0x06 0x00 0 Ok 1 Cancel 2 Direct Factory Default 3 Display OSD 0x01 0 Ok 1 Ca ...
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    CONTROL ITEM Setup Reset Recovery Mode System Reset Caption Caption CMD1 Display OSD 0x0C CMD2 0x06 CMD3 0x02 1 Cancel 2 Direct Factory Default 3 Display OSD 0x03 1 Cancel 2 Direct Reset Filter Time 3 Off 0x07 0x00 Caption 0x01 Network 1 0x02 0x03 Automatic 0x0E 0x01 0x00 Subnet Mask Gateway Server IP Setting 6-2 Server IP 0 1 0x02 0x00 Manual IP Address 0 1 On IP Setting 0 1 1 Off 0 1 2 Network 0 1 2 Field 0 Ok Text Channel 0 Ok On Mode VALUE 0 1 0x03 0x04 0x05 0x06 0x00 0~255 0x01 0~255 0x02 0~255 0x03 0~255 0x00 0~255 0x01 0~255 0x02 0~255 0x03 0~255 0x00 0~255 0x01 0~255 0x02 0~255 0x03 0~255 0x00 0~255 0x01 0~255 0x02 0~255 0x03 0~255 More Information ...
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    CONTROL ITEM Option Language Menu Option English 0x0D CMD2 0x00 CMD3 0x00 VALUE 0 Deutsch 1 Nederlands 2 Español 3 Français 4 Italiano 5 Svenska 6 Português 7 Русский 8 中国语 9 한국어 10 Türkçe 11 ไทย 12 Position Transparency Display Time More Information CMD1 LEFT 0x01 0x00 0 RIGHT 1 UP 2 DOWN 3 High 0x02 0x00 0 Medium 1 Low 2 Opaque 3 5 sec 0x03 0x00 0 10 sec 1 30 sec 2 60 sec 3 90 sec 4 120 sec 5 Stay On 6 6-2 ...
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    CONTROL ITEM Option Sound 100Hz CMD1 Up 0x0D CMD2 0x04 CMD3 0x01 Down 300Hz Up 0x02 Up 0x03 Up 0x04 Off Up 0x05 1 0x05 0x00 200 2 400 3 800 4 Sleep Timer Off 0x06 0x00 On 0 1 0x07 0x00 0 10 min 1 20 min 2 30 min 3 Information Off 0x08 0x00 0 0x0A 0x00 0 On 6-2 0 1 Off Melody 0 100 Auto Power ON Panel Lock 0 1 Down Filter Check Time 0 1 Down 10KHz 0 1 Down 3KHz 0 1 Down 1KHz VALUE Off 1 0x0B 0x00 0 Low 1 Medium 2 High 3 More Information ...
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    6-3 Contact SAMSUNG WORLDWIDE If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact the SAMSUNG customer care center. NORTH AMERICA U.S.A 1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com CANADA 1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com MEXICO 01-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com LATIN AMERICA ARGENTINA 0800-333-3733 http://www.samsung.com BRAZIL 0800-124-421 http://www.samsung.com 4004-0000 CHILE 800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com COLOMBIA 01-8000112112 http://www.samsung.com COSTA RICA 0-800-507-7267 http://www.samsung.com ECUADOR 1-800-10-7267 http://www.samsung.com EL SALVADOR 800-6225 http://www.samsung.com GUATEMALA 1-800-299-0013 http://www.samsung.com HONDURAS 800-7919267 http://www.samsung.com JAMAICA 1-800-234-7267 http://www.samsung.com NICARAGUA 00-1800-5077267 http://www.samsung.com P ...
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    EUROPE DENMARK 70 70 19 70 http://www.samsung.com EIRE 0818 717100 http://www.samsung.com ESTONIA 800-7267 http://www.samsung.com FINLAND 030 - 6227 515 http://www.samsung.com FRANCE 01 48 63 00 00 http://www.samsung.com GERMANY 01805 - SAMSUNG (726-7864,€ 0,14/ Min) http://www.samsung.com HUNGARY 06-80-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com ITALIA 800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com KOSOVO +381 0113216899 - LATVIA 8000-7267 http://www.samsung.com LITHUANIA 8-800-77777 http://www.samsung.com LUXEMBURG 261 03 710 http://www.samsung.com MACEDONIA 023 207 777 - MONTENEGRO 020 405 888 - NETHERLANDS 0900 - SAMSUNG (0900-7267864) (€ 0,10/Min) http://www.samsung.com NORWAY 815-56 480 http://www.samsung.com POLAND 0 801 1SAMSUNG (172678) http://www.samsung.com 022 - 607 - 93 - 33 PORTUGAL 80820 - SAMSUNG (726-7864) http: ...
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    CIS RUSSIA 8-800-555-55-55 http://www.samsung.com TADJIKISTAN 8-10-800-500-55-500 http://www.samsung.com UKRAINE 0-800-502-000 http://www.samsung.com/ua http://www.samsung.com/ua_ru UZBEKISTAN 8-10-800-500-55-500 http://www.samsung.com ASIA PACIFIC AUSTRALIA 1300 362 603 http://www.samsung.com NEW ZEALAND 0800 SAMSUNG (0800 726 786) http://www.samsung.com CHINA 400-810-5858 http://www.samsung.com 010-6475 1880 HONG KONG (852) 3698 - 4698 http://www.samsung.com/hk http://www.samsung.com/hk_en/ INDIA 3030 8282 http://www.samsung.com 1800 110011 1800 3000 8282 1800 266 8282 INDONESIA 0800-112-8888 http://www.samsung.com 021-5699-7777 JAPAN 0120-327-527 http://www.samsung.com MALAYSIA 1800-88-9999 http://www.samsung.com PHILIPPINES 1-800-10-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com 1-800-3-SAMSUNG (726-7864) 1-800-8-SAMSUNG (726-7864) 02-5805777 SINGAPORE 1800 ...
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    AFRICA NIGERIA 0800 - SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com SOUTH AFRICA 0860-SAMSUNG (726-7864) http://www.samsung.com 6-3 More Information ...
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    6-4 Correct Disposal - Europe only Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) - Europe only (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of th ...



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