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    ChangesDreamVision provides this manual as is without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but notlimited to the implied warranties or merchantability and tness for a particular purpose. DreamVision may makeimprovements and/or changes to the product(s) and/or the program(s) described in this publication at any timewithout notice.This publication could contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are periodically made to theinformation in this publication; these changes are incorporated in new editions of this publication.CopyrightAll right reserved. No part of this document may be copied, reproduced or translated. It shall not otherwise berecorded, transmitted or stored in a retrieval system without the prior written consent of DreamVision.GuaranteeDreamVision provides a guarantee relating to perfect manufacturing as part of the legally stipulated terms ofguarantee. On receipt, the purchaser must immediately inspect all delivered goods for damage incurred duringtransport, as well as for material and manufacturing faults. DreamVision must be informed immediately in writing ofany complaints.If the purchaser or third party caries out modications or repairs on goods delivered by DreamVision, or if the goodsare handle incorrectly, in particular if the systems are commissioned operated incorrectly or if, after the transfer ofrisks, the goods are subject to inuences not agreed upon in the contract, all guarantee claims of the purchaser willbe rendered invalid. Not included in the guarantee coverage are system failures which are attributed to programs orspecial electronic circuitry provided by the purchaser, e.g. interfaces. Normal wear as well as normal maintenanceare not subject to the guarantee provided by DreamVision either.The environmental conditions as well as the servicing and maintenance regulations specied in this manual mustbe complied with by the customer.TrademarksBrand and product names mentioned in this manual may be trademarks, registered trademarks or copyrights oftheir respective holders. All brands and product names mentioned in this manual serve as comments or examplesand are not to be understood as advertising for the products of their manufactures.2R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS1.0SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................. 51.11.21.32.0INSTALLATION GUIDELINES .................................................................................... 82.12.22.32.42.53.04.24.34.4General View ................................................................................................................................... 16Front side........................................................................................................................... 16Rear side............................................................................................................................ 16Input Panel side ................................................................................................................. 16Connecting the Power Cord ............................................................................................................. 17Operating LEDs ............................................................................................................................... 17Operating and Navigation Buttons .................................................................................................. 18CONNECTIONS............................................................................................................. 185.16.0General view .................................................................................................................................... 14Loading and replacing batteries ....................................................................................................... 14How to use the remote control unit.................................................................................................. 15GETTING STARTED .................................................................................................... 164.15.0Environment of Use ........................................................................................................................... 8Mounting this unit to the ceiling ......................................................................................... 8Precautions of Usage........................................................................................................... 8Air-Flow and Space Requirements .................................................................................................... 8Ceiling mounting the unit .................................................................................................................. 9Precautions for Ceiling-mount ............................................................................................ 9Projection Distance and Offset Setting .............................................................................................. 9Projection Distance ........................................................................................................... 10Vertical and Horizontal Offset Setting .............................................................................. 10Focus and Zoom Adjust ................................................................................................................... 13REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU) ............................................................................ 143.13.23.34.0Important information........................................................................................................................ 5Lead-free regulation ............................................................................................................ 5Information for Users on Disposal of Old Equipment ........................................................ 5About the installation place................................................................................................. 5Important safeguards.......................................................................................................................... 5REGIONAL SPECIFIC INFORMATION......................................................................................... 7FCC INFORMATION (USA ONLY) ................................................................................. 7Connecting a device to the projector ............................................................................................... 19MENU AND PICTURE SETTING............................................................................... 206.16.26.36.4Menu Structure ................................................................................................................................ 20Picture Menu.................................................................................................................................... 23Picture Mode ..................................................................................................................... 23Picture Adjustment ............................................................................................................ 23Gamma .............................................................................................................................. 23Detail Enhancement .......................................................................................................... 24Advanced Picture Settings ............................................................................................................... 24Aperture Control ............................................................................................................... 24Blue Only .......................................................................................................................... 24Input Signal Menu ........................................................................................................................... 24Selected Input.................................................................................................................... 24Aspect Ratio ...................................................................................................................... 24Cinemascope Aspect Ratio................................................................................................ 24Converted 16:9 Aspect Ratio ............................................................................................ 25Overscan............................................................................................................................ 25Black Level Setup ............................................................................................................. 25Black Level adjustment..................................................................................................... 25White Level adjustment. ................................................................................................... 25Position Adjustment .......................................................................................................... 25RGB Adjustment ............................................................................................................... 25R699763 - Dream E User Manual3
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    6.56.66.77.0THEATRE MODE.......................................................................................................... 277.17.27.37.48.08.28.38.4Clean Dirt on the Cabinet ................................................................................................................ 31Caution .............................................................................................................................. 31Dirt on the Lens ............................................................................................................................... 31Replacing the Lamp ......................................................................................................................... 31Cleaning and Replacing the Dust Filters ......................................................................................... 32MISCELLANEOUS ....................................................................................................... 339.19.24Optional Wide System and 2.35 THEATRE System ....................................................................... 27Quick Access with the Remote Control Unit................................................................................... 27[ASPECT] button behavior ............................................................................................... 27Wide System (Ref.T9003000) ......................................................................................................... 28Select a 16:9 input: Aspect Ratio to Converted 16:9 ..................................................... 28Cinemascope input: Aspect Ratio to Cinemascope ....................................................... 28Quick Aspect Ratio changes on the same input ................................................................ 282.35 THEATER System (Ref. T9004000) ...................................................................................... 29Plug the RF-Emitter to the Trigger 2 output of the projector............................................ 29Configure Initial Setup Menu Trigger 2 to THEATRE ................................................. 29Cinemascope input: Aspect Ratio to Cinemascope ....................................................... 29Select a different input: Aspect Ratio to Full Screen ..................................................... 30Quick Aspect Ratio changes on the same input ................................................................ 30MAINTENANCE............................................................................................................ 318.19.0HDMI Signal (HDMI level and Colorspace) .................................................................... 25System Setup Menu ......................................................................................................................... 25Language ........................................................................................................................... 25Power Saving .................................................................................................................... 25Led Illumination................................................................................................................ 25Startup Screen ................................................................................................................... 25Background color .............................................................................................................. 25Lamp Output ..................................................................................................................... 25OSD Style.......................................................................................................................... 26OSD Timer ........................................................................................................................ 26Initial Setup Menu ........................................................................................................................... 26Location............................................................................................................................. 26Keystone Adjustment ........................................................................................................ 26Lamp timer Warning ......................................................................................................... 26System Reset ..................................................................................................................... 26Alignment.......................................................................................................................... 26Lamp Timer Reset ............................................................................................................. 26Trigger 2............................................................................................................................ 26Information Menu ............................................................................................................................ 26System Information........................................................................................................... 26Main Input Source............................................................................................................. 26Output Resolution ............................................................................................................. 26Lamp Hours....................................................................................................................... 26RS-232 input .................................................................................................................................... 33Communication Specifications ......................................................................................... 33Command Format.............................................................................................................. 33Available Lengths and Commands.................................................................................... 33Specifications.................................................................................................................................. 36Overview ........................................................................................................................... 36Dimensions........................................................................................................................ 37R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    1.0 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS1.0 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS1.1Important informationLead-free regulationThis product has a High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamp that contains a small amount of mercury. It also containslead in some components.Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposalor recycling information please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance: http://www.eiae.org.Information for Users on Disposal of Old EquipmentThis symbol indicates that the electrical and electronic equipment should not be disposed as generalhousehold waste at its end of life. Instead, the product should be handed over to the applicablecollection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment for proper treatment, recoveryand recycling in accordance with your national legislation.By disposing of this product correctly, you will help to conserve natural resources and will helpprevent potential negative effects on the environment and human health which could otherwise be caused byinappropriate waste handling of this product.For more information about collection point and recycling of this product, please contact your local municipal ofce,your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Penalties may be applicablefor incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.Other Countries outside the European Union:If you wish to dispose of this product, please do so in accordance with applicable national legislation or other rulesin your country for the treatment of old electrical and electronic equipment.About the installation placeDo not install the projector in a place that cannot support its weight securely.If the installation place is not sturdy enough, the projector could fall or overturn, possibly causing personal injury.CAUTION:To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover. Refer servicing to qualied service personnel. Thisprojector is equipped with a 3-blade grounding type plug to satisfy FCC rule. If you are unable to insert the pluginto the outlet, contact your electrician.WARNING:To prevent re or shock hazards, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. This apparatus must beearthed.1.2Important safeguardsElectrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has been engineered and manufactured to assureyour personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIREHAZARD. In order not to defeat the safeguards incorporated into this product, observe the following basic rules forits installation, use and service.The power input is auto-ranging from 100 to 240 VAC.Please read these Important Safeguards carefully before use.All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.All operating instructions should be followed.Place the projector near a wall outlet where the plug can be easily unplugged.Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use adamp cloth for cleaning.Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may be hazardous.Do not use this product near water. Do not use immediately after moving from a low temperature to highR699763 - Dream E User Manual5
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    1.0 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSopening or removing covers may expose you todangerous voltages and other hazards. Refer allservice to qualied service personnel.temperature, as this causes condensation, whichmay result in re, electric shock, or otherhazards.Do not place this product on an unstable cart,stand, or table. The product may fall, causingserious injury to a child or adult, and seriousdamage to the product. The product should bemounted according to the manufacturersinstructions, and should use a mountrecommended by the manufacturer.When the product is used on a cart, care shouldbe taken to avoid quick stops, excessive force,and uneven surfaces which may cause theproduct and cart to overturn, damagingequipment or causing possible injury to theoperator.Slots and openings in the cabinet are providedfor ventilation. These ensure reliable operation ofthe product and protect it from overheating.These openings must not be blocked or covered.(The openings should never be blocked byplacing the product on bed, sofa, rug, or similarsurface. It should not be placed in a built-ininstallation such as a bookcase or rack unlessproper ventilation is provided and themanufacturers instructions have been adheredto). For proper ventilation, separate the productfrom other equipment, which may preventventilation and keep a distance of more than 5-9(150 mm).This product is equipped with a three-wire plug.This plug will t only into a grounded poweroutlet. If you are unable to insert the plug into theoutlet, contact your electrician to install theproper outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose ofthe grounded plug.Power-supply cords should be routed so that theyare not likely to be walked on or pinched by itemsplaced upon or against them. Pay particularattention to cords at doors, plugs, receptacles,and the point where they exit from the product.For added protection of this product during alightning storm, or when it is left unattended andunused for long periods of time, unplug it from thewall outlet and disconnect the cable system. Thiswill prevent damage to the product due tolightning and power line surges.Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, orconvenience receptacles on other equipment asthis can result in a risk of re or electric shock.Never push objects of any kind into this productthrough openings as they may touch dangerousvoltage points or short out parts that could resultin a re or electric shock. Never spill liquid of anykind on the product.6This product should be operated only with thetype of power source indicated on the label. If youare not sure of the type of power supply to yourhome, consult your product dealer or local powercompany.Do not attempt to service this product yourself asUnplug this product from the wall outlet and referservice to qualied service personnel under thefollowing conditions:a) When the power supply cord or plug isdamaged.b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallenon the product.c) If the product has been exposed to rain orwater.d) If the product does not operate normally byfollowing the operating instructions. Adjust onlythose controls that are covered by the OperationManual, as an improper adjustment of controls mayresult in damage and will often require extensivework by a qualied technician to restore the productto normal operation.e) If the product has been dropped or damaged inany way.f) When the product exhibits a distinct change inperformance - this indicates a need for service.When replacement parts are required, be surethe service technician has used replacementparts specied by the manufacturer or with samecharacteristics as the original part. Unauthorizedsubstitutions may result in re, electric shock, orother hazards.Upon completion of any service or repairs to thisproduct, ask the service technician to performsafety checks to determine that the product is inproper operating condition.The product should be placed more than one footaway from heat sources such as radiators, heatregisters, stoves, and other products (includingampliers) that produce heat.When connecting other products such as VCRs,and personal computers, you should turn off thepower of this product for protection againstelectric shock.Do not place combustible behind the cooling fan.For example, cloth, paper, matches, aerosol cansor gas lighters that present special hazards whenover heated.Do not look into the projection lens while theillumination lamp is turned on. Exposure of youreyes to the strong light can result in impairedeyesight.Do not look into the inside of this unit throughvents (ventilation holes), etc. Do not look at theillumination lamp directly by opening the cabinetwhile the illumination lamp is turned on. Theillumination lamp also contains ultraviolet raysand the light is so powerful that your eyesight canbe impaired.Do not drop, hit, or damage the light-source lamp(lamp unit) in any way. It may cause the lightsource lamp to break and lead to injuries. Do notuse a damaged light source lamp. If the lightsource lamp is broken, ask your dealer to repairR699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    1.0 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSit. Fragments from a broken light-source lamp may cause injuries.The light-source lamp used in this projector is a high pressure mercury lamp. Be careful when disposing of thelight source lamp. If anything is unclear, please consult your dealer.Do not ceiling-mount the projector to a place which tends to vibrate; otherwise, the attaching xture of theprojector could be broken by the vibration, possibly causing it to fall or overturn, which could lead to personalinjury.Use only the accessory cord designed for this product to prevent shock.The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC120 V, AC100 V AC240 V, the power cord attachedconforms to the following power supply voltage. Use only the power cord designated by our dealer to ensureSafety and EMC.When it is used by other power supply voltage, power cable must be changed.Ensure that the power cable used for the projector is the correct type for the AC outlet in your country. Consultyour product dealer.Caution: Do not allow any unqualied person to install the unit. Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit (e.g.attaching it to the ceiling) since special technical knowledge and skills are required for installation. If installationis performed by an unqualied person, it may cause personal injury or electrical shock.1.3REGIONAL SPECIFIC INFORMATIONFCC INFORMATION (USA ONLY)Changes or modication not approved by DreamVision could void the users authority to operate the equipment.Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant toPart 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interferencein a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if notinstalled 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 doescause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment offand on, the user is encourage 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.FCCThe Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent United States government agency, created,directed, and empowered by Congressional statute.The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 as the successor to the Federal Radio Commissionand is charged with regulating all non-Federal Government use of the radio spectrum, including radio and televisionbroadcasting, and all interstate telecommunications like wire, satellite and cable as well as all internationalcommunications that originate or terminate in the United States. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 states, theDistrict of Columbia, and U.S. possessions.R699763 - Dream E User Manual7
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    2.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES2.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES2.1Environment of UseDo not use this unit in rooms with cigarette smoke or oily smoke. This may cause the unit to malfunction.Mounting this unit to the ceilingCheck temperature around the unit. When a heater is in use, the ceiling may reach a temperature higher thananticipated, hence leading to malfunction of the unit.Precautions of UsageThis unit makes use of a light source lamp that may reach a high temperature during projection. Do not allowprojection under the following conditions. Doing so may cause re or malfunction of the unit.Projection with the unit laid on sides.Projection with the unit installed in an unreasonable angle. Avoid using this unit at an angle of more than 15horizontally and 5 vertically. Doing so may cause unevenness in the color or shorten the lamp life.Projection at a location that blocks the air inlets or exhaust vents.Projection at a place exposed to air blasts from an air conditioner.2.2Air-Flow and Space RequirementsThis unit can be installed in table, ceiling, rear table or rear ceiling position. Make sure that the unit is installed withinthe space requirements described below.AABBBAChasis FilterOptical Block FilterAAAA: Air inletsB: Air outletsAAir ow8R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    2.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES150 mm150 mm100 mm150 mm100 mm150 mmSpace requirements2.3Ceiling mounting the unitWhen mounting of this unit is required, make use of the 3 screw holes (M6x20 screws) at the bottom of thisunit indicated by the letter A. Allow sufcient space around the air inlets to avoid blocking them.Precautions for Ceiling-mount2.4To ceiling-mount this unit, special expertise and techniques arenecessary. Be sure to ask your dealer or specialist to perform mounting.Do not mount at places that may be subjected to vibration and shock.Depth of the screw holes (A) is 12 mm. Do not use long screws as youmay damage inside the projector.You can use the original feet holes (B) to x the ceiling mount if needed.You must use at least 2x A-holes if you plan to use B-holes.Install at a safe place in case this unit or a part of it may drop. If the lightsource lamp is broken, small pieces of glass from the mesh of the ltermay appear outside the unit.Regardless whether the unit is still under guarantee, DreamVision is notliable for any product damage caused by mounting the unit with thirdparty ceiling mount or when the environment is not suitable for ceilingmount.ABBBAAProjection Distance and Offset SettingR699763 - Dream E User Manual9
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    2.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINESProjection DistanceProjection Screen SizeDiagonal size(Aspect Ratio 16:9)Projection Screen SizeBase size(Aspect Ratio 16:9)Projection ScreenHeight(Aspect Ratio 16:9)Dream E50" (1270 mm)43,6" (1107 mm)24,5" (623 mm)1948 mm - 2800 mm60" (1524 mm)52,3" (1328 mm)29,4" (747 mm)2338 mm - 3361 mm70" (1778 mm)61,0" (1550 mm)34,3" (872 mm)2727 mm - 3921 mm83" (2108 mm)72,3" (1837 mm)40,7" (1034 mm)3234 mm - 4649 mm92" (2337 mm)80,2" (2037 mm)45,1" (1146 mm)3585 mm - 5153 mm100" (2540 mm)87,2" (2214 mm)49,0" (1245 mm)3896 mm - 5601 mm110" (2794 mm)95,9" (2435 mm)53,9" (1370 mm)4286 mm - 6161 mm138" (3505 mm)120,3" (3055 mm)67,7" (1718 mm)5377 mm - 7729 mm150" (3810 mm)130,7" (3321 mm)73,5" (1868 mm)5844 mm - 8401 mm180" (4572 mm)156,9" (3985 mm)88,2" (2241 mm)7013 mm - 10082 mm200" (5080 mm)174,3" (4428 mm)98,1" (2491 mm)7793 mm - 11202 mm250" (6350 mm)218" (5535 mm)122,6" (3113 mm)9741 mm - 12000 mmProjecting Distanceminimum - maximumThe projection screen sizes and projecting distances in the table above are provided only as a guide. Please usethem as reference during installation.Use a projection image of 16:9 aspect ratio for setup adjustment.Vertical and Horizontal Offset SettingThe optimum image can be obtained when the centre of this projectors lens and the screen are placedperpendicular to each other. Take note of the projection angle when placing them. You can also use up to +/- 30 upand down position and congure trapezoidal correction.Horizontal Shift +/- 30%Vertical Shift+/- 60%Screen Height(H)Screen Base (B)This unit comes with a vertical and horizontal shift to suit most installations. Make sure that your installationdoes not exceed 60% vertical offset and 30% horizontal offset to avoid trapezoidal correction.10R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    2.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINESThis unit comes with a optical shift that features vertical and horizontal adjustment of the projection screen position.Adjust the picture to your screen.The Vertical Shift level is between -60% and 60% of the Screen Height (0.60 x H).The Horizontal Shift level is between -30% and 30% of the Screen Base (0.30 x B).The shift level is set to 0% vertically and horizontally by default, that means that the optical lens is aligned withthe center of the screen.If the projector is not installed vertically, use trapezoidal Correction to fulll your screen.2.4.0.1Adjust the picture position verticallyThe DreamE projector has two dials to center the picture to the screen vertically and horizontally. Refer to thepicture below to locate the dials.Vertical Shift Dial(-60% to +60%)Horizontal Shift Dial(-30% to +30%)The Vertical and Horizontal shift dials are located at the bottom of the unit.Turn clockwise to shift the picture on the screen upward.R699763 - Dream E User Manual11
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    2.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINESTurn anti-clockwise to shift the picture on the screen upward.2.4.0.2Adjust the picture position horizontallyTurn clockwise to shift right the picture on the screen.Turn anti-clockwise to shift left the picture on the screen.12R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    2.0 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES2.5Focus and Zoom AdjustZoom InZoom OutFocus AdjustZoom AdjustUse the inner ring to adjust the picture focus, and use outer ring to adjust the picture size (zoom).R699763 - Dream E User Manual13
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    3.0 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU)3.0 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU)3.1General viewPower ON buttonSTANDBY buttonSelect Active InputVideo, PC, HDMIS-Video, Comp, SwitchConfirm buttonNavigation buttonsDisplay MenuSelect Picture ModeDigital Zoom(Overscan)Exit to previous menuDynamic, Theater, StandardUser1, User2, User3Lens ApertureDetail enhancementHide DisplayBacklight buttonPicture Aspect Ratio3.214Loading and replacing batteriesPush the cover tab with the ngernail a little backwards and pull upwards the cover top.Slide the cover forward to remove.Push the battery body towards the spring and lift up to remove.Insert two AAA size batteries, making sure the polarities match the + and - marks inside the batterycompartment.Insert the lower tab of the battery cover in the gap at the bottom of the remote control, and press the cover untilR699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    3.0 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU)it is rmly closed.CAUTION WHEN USING BATTERIESDo not mix new and old batteries.Do not mix different type of batteries as they are different in characteristics. Insertbatteries according to the + and - marks on the battery case. Do not put batteries into re or recharge them if theyare not design to. Remove the batteries if the remote control is not to be used for a prolonged period. Usemanganese batteries wherever possible, Do not use rechargeable batteries.NOTICEIf the remote control has to be brought closer to the projector to operate, it means that the batteries are wearing out.When this happens, replace the batteries. Insert the batteries according to the + and - marks.3.3How to use the remote control unitThe operable distance of the remote control unit is about 7m for direct reception and within 30 degrees angle withrespect to the sensor.Front InfraRed sensorBack InfraRed sensorThe remote control unit can be used by having the transmission signal reected off a screen, as the effect ofsignals reected from the RCU differ with the type of screen used, operable distance may decrease.R699763 - Dream E User Manual15
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    4.0 GETTING STARTED4.0 GETTING STARTED4.1General ViewFront sideAir InletAir InletIR sensorFocus andZoom AdjustAir Inlets: see Air-Flow and Space Requirements, page 8.Focus and Zoom Adjust: see Focus and Zoom Adjust, page 13.Rear sideOperating LEDsBack IR sensorAir OutletLamp trapOperating buttonsOperating LEDs: see section 4.3, page 17 for more details.Operating and Navigation buttons described in section 4.4, page 18.Lamp trap: see Replacing the Lamp, page 31 for more details on the lamp replacement.Input Panel sideMain Power16Main Power: connect the power cord as shown below.Input Panel: connect your video source to the correct input.Input PanelR699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    4.0 GETTING STARTED4.2Connecting the Power CordBefore plugging in the Power Cord, ensure that all devices have been connected.Connect the power cord to the power input terminal of the projector.CAUTION AGAINST FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCKSince the power consumption of this unit is high, insert the power plug directly into a wall outlet.When not using devices, remove the power plug from the wall outlet.Do not use power cords for connection other than specied.Do not use a power voltage different from that which is indicated.Do not cut, tear or modify the power cords. Also, do not place a heavy object on, heat or stretch the power cords asthis may cause damage to the cords.Do not insert or pull plugs with a wet hand.4.3Operating LEDsSTATUS(green LED)POWER(red LED)TEMP(yellow LED)FAN(yellow LED)Operating LEDDescriptionStatusgreen LEDPowerred LEDTempyellow LEDFanyellow LEDOffOnOffOffUnit is in standby modeOnOffOffOffUnit is in operate mode (during projection)BlinkingOffOffOffUnit is in CooL Down* mode or Starting modeOffBlinkingOffBlinkingOffBlinkingBlinkingOffOffBlinkingBlinkingBlinkingR699763 - Dream E User ManualAn error occurred during operation, at least onefan is locked.The projector cannot start because an overtemperature has been detected.The lamp failed, replace the lamp.17
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    5.0 CONNECTIONSABOUT COOL DOWN MODEAfter projection or when warning occurred, the heated lamp will go through a 2 minutes cool-down process knownas the Cool Down mode. This function is to prevent damage and deformation from the heated lamp may cause tothe internal components of the projector. It also prevents lamp breakage and shortened lamp life.The Cool Down mode is indicated by the blinking Status green LED. When in Cool Down mode, the projector cannotbe turned ON.After the Cool Down process is completed, the unit will automatically switch to the Standby mode.CAUTIONWhen in Cool Down mode, do not pull out the plug from the outlet. Also, do not block the air inlets/exhaust vents bystanding the projector on its end or laying it on its side.4.4Operating and Navigation ButtonsPower buttonSourceEnterUp - down - left - rightExitMenuButtonDescriptionPower buttonTo turn On or Off the projector.SourceTo navigate into the input selection Menu.EnterTo select or to conrm.Up - down - left - rightTo navigate into On Screen Display Menu.ExitTo return to previous menu or cancel action.MenuTo display On Screen Display (OSD) Menu.5.0 CONNECTIONSThe DreamE can be connected to any compatible devices using the available inputs listed below:2x HDMI revision 1.3 with HDCP1x Video1x S-Video1x Component1x sub D-15 (RGB-VGA)2x 12 volt Triggers 1x RS-232The RS-232 terminal port can be used for automation.For audio output, connect your audio video source to an amplier.The DreamE features 2x12 Volt triggers that can be used to control external device such as the optional 2.35THEATRE System.18R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    5.0 CONNECTIONS5.1Connecting a device to the projectorRS-232 (1:1)YPbPrHDMI 2VideoHDMI 1S-VideoVGA (Sub D-15)InputDeviceYPbPrDVD-Player, HDTV Receiver, Game Console (SD or HD), DVB-T receiver,Multimedia box, Analog CameraVideoDVD-Player, Computer video, Game Console (SD), digital camera, videocamera.S-VideoDVD-Player, Game Console, digital camera, video cameraRS-232Automation Device, Control Device or Computer with RS-232*HDMI1, HDMI2HDMI or DVI-D sources: Blu-Ray Disc player, DVD-player with HDMI, GameConsole, Computer with DVI-D output.VGAComputer (VGA output), Multimedia boxFor input resolution and refresh rates, check the Specications table page 36.Make sure to use a certied HDMI cable, especially when the distance between the different devices arelonger than 5 meters. If it is the case, the use of a split system or optical ber cable is highly recommended.*USING RS-232 WITH A COMPUTERThe RS-232 Control and Automation may require specic software and tools. See Communication Specications,page 33 for more details on RS-232 cabling and protocol.R699763 - Dream E User Manual19
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    6.0 MENU AND PICTURE SETTING6.0 MENU AND PICTURE SETTING6.1Menu StructureMAIN MENUSUBMENUAVAILABLE OPTIONSPicturePicture ModeStandardDynamicTheaterUser1User2User3Picture AdjustmentBrightness0-100Contrast0-100Color0-100Hue-50 +50Sharpness0-100Color Temperature:UserRed GainGreen GainBlue GainRed BiasGreen BiasBlue BiasGammaDetail EnhancementAdvanced PictureSettings20Lens ApertureBlue OnlyLow(D65) MediumHigh0-2550-2550-2550-2550-2550-255Gamma 1(1.8)Gamma 2(2.0)Gamma 3(2.2)Gamma 4(2.4)Gamma 5InstallerOffLowMediumHigh10% to 100%OnOffR699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    6.0 MENU AND PICTURE SETTINGInput Signal(source dependant)Input SourceComposite, S-Video, Component, RGB,HDMI1, HDMI2Aspect RatioStandardFull ScreenCinemascopeConverted 16:9Virtual WideCinemascope Aspect Ratio1.78-2.50Converted 16:9 Aspect Ratio1.30-1.78OverscanOffOnBlack Level setup0 IRE7.5 IREBlack Level adjustment0-100White Level adjustment0-100Position AdjustmentHorizontal PositionVertical PositionRGB AdjustmentHDMI SignalClockTrackingR-SyncLevelColor SpaceSystem SetupLanguagePower SavingAutoYPbPrRGBEnglish, Nederland, French, Italian, Deutsch,Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Trad.Chinese, Simp. Chinese.Off5 min10 min30 minLed IlluminationAuto Off (1 min)Always OnStartup ScreenOnOffBackground ColorLamp OutputR699763 - Dream E User ManualAutoPCVideoBlueBlackNormalEconomicOSD StyleOpaqueTransparentOSD Timer5 sec20 sec45 sec21
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    6.0 MENU AND PICTURE SETTINGInitial SetupLocationFront TableFront CeilingRear TableRear CeilingKeystone AdjustmentHorizontal Keystone -30 +30Vertical Keystone -30 +30Lamp Timer WarningOnOffSystem ResetAlignmentX AlignmentY AlignmentX-R -5 +5X-B -5 +5Y-R -5 +5Y-B -5 +5Lamp Timer ResetTrigger 2InformationSystem InformationOnOffTHEATREModelSerial NumberMemory setMain Input SourceInput ResolutionInput FrequencyOutput ResolutionLamp Hours22R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    6.0 MENU AND PICTURE SETTING6.2Picture MenuPicture ModeThree preset picture modes are available and they can be applied to any input. A picture mode retains the followingsettings that are applied to the selected input:BrightnessContrastColorHueSharpnessColor temperatureGamma modeLens Aperture Detail enhancement settingsAdditionally, you can dene 3 user modes to nely tune the projector to your video source and the ambient light.Picture Adjustment6.2.0.1BrightnessThe brightness function is used to adjust the overall light output. Adjust the Brightness value between 0 and 100.6.2.0.2ContrastThe contrast function is used to adjust the contrast between the light and dark areas of the displayed image. Acorrect contrast setting is important for good image reproduction. Adjust the Contrast value between 0 and 100.6.2.0.3ColorThe Color function (or Saturation) is used to adjust the color saturation levels. Adjust the Color value between 0 and100.6.2.0.4HueThe hue function is used to adjust the color tint to obtain true color reproduction. Adjust the Tint value between 0(more red) and +100 (more green).6.2.0.5SharpnessThe Sharpness function is used to adjust the image sharpness of the picture. Adjust the Sharpness value between0 (soft) and 100 (sharper).6.2.0.6Color TemperatureColor temperature stands for the spectral properties of a light source. Low color temperature implies warmerambiance (more yellow/red) while high color temperature implies a colder light (more blue).Color temperature can be set to Low, Medium, High and User.The User setting allows a ne adjustment of the Gains and Bias values for red, green, and blue channels and acorrect black and white balance.Accurate picture calibrations may require professional tools such as dedicated software and colormeter.Wait at least 20 minutes after startup before modifying the picture settings.GammaGamma is the relationship between the color values of the data and the color values displayed. The Gammacoefcient makes it possible to adjust the brightness of the midtones only without affecting the very bright and verydark areas. If gamma is set too high, middle tones appear too dark. If it's set too low, middle tones appear too light.The Gamma correction factor can be set to:Gamma 1 this setting is recommended with computer sources.Gamma 2 for standard viewing.Gamma 3 for movie projection.Gamma 4: this setting is recommended for dark room.Gamma 5 features a ne adjustment of the gamma response on the complete 0-100 IRE scale for untypical lightenvironment. This setting can be modied by certied installers.R699763 - Dream E User Manual23
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    6.0 MENU AND PICTURE SETTINGDetail EnhancementDetail Enhancement function is used to greatly improve the picture quality. The default value is Low. Set it to Off tosoften the picture or to Medium or High to improve a medium quality input.6.3Advanced Picture SettingsAperture ControlThe Ultimate Reference Lens is has a variable electronic Aperture. This function is used to optically adjust thelight output depending of the viewing conditions and the targeted light output. You can adjust the aperture from 10%to 100%.Blue OnlyThe Blue Only function is used to disable the Red and Green channels.6.4Input Signal MenuSelected InputThe Selected Input function is used to switch the active signal between the available inputs. Select the desiredinput: Composite, S-Video, Component, RGB, HDMI1 or HDMI2.Aspect RatioThe Aspect Ratio function is used to change the picture ratio to ll the screen. Select the desired Aspect Ratio toyour convenience, depending on the format of the input signal.VIDEO SOURCEASPECT RATIOFull screenVirtual WideCinemascopeStandardFull screenVirtual WideCinemascopeStandardFull screenVirtual WideCinemascopeSDTV 4:3(full frame)StandardSDTV 4:3(with black bands)SDTV 4:3(compatible 16:9)alNAHDTV(format 16:9)StandardFull screenVirtual WideCinemascopeNAHD signalsAR 2.35 or 2.40StandardFull screenVirtual WideCinemascopeAspect Ratio for SD and HD inputs, Virtual Wide is Not Available with 16:9 High Def signalsConverted 16:9 is to be used with an anamorphic lens only.Cinemascope Aspect RatioThe Cinemascope mode is used to vertically stretch the picture. This mode is to be used with a standardresolution (NTSC, PAL or SECAM) that can be zoomed in or together with an anamorphic lens. Congure theAspect Ratio function when Cinemascope is selected. Adjust the correct aspect ratio that ts your video source24R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    6.0 MENU AND PICTURE SETTINGbetween 1.78 up to 2.50 when using an anamorphic lens.Converted 16:9 Aspect RatioThe Converted 16:9 mode is used to horizontally squeeze the picture. This mode is to be used with a xedanamorphic lens to obtain a 16:9 picture using a 2.35:1 projection screen. Congure the Aspect Ratio functionwhen Converted 16:9 is selected. Adjust the correct aspect ratio that ts your video source between 1.30 and 1.78when using an anamorphic lens.OverscanThe standard denition signals generally use a frame which is larger than the visible portion of the picture, this is toensure a larger compatibility with old-fashioned scanning devices such as CRT-televisions. Depending on yoursource, you may enable or disable this feature to hide the outer area of the picture.Black Level SetupA few television standards (such as NTSC) still denes the black level to 7.5 IRE instead of 0 IRE, switch the blacklevel to its correct value according to your source format.Black Level adjustment.This function is used for ne adjustment of the black level.White Level adjustment.This function is used for ne adjustment of the white level.Position AdjustmentThis function is used to adjust the picture position into the screen.RGB Adjustment6.4.0.1ClockThis function is used to manually adjust the clock rate of the picture to the screen.6.4.0.2TrackingThis function is used to manually adjust the tracking of the picture into the screen.6.4.0.3R-syncThis function is used to automatically center the picture for graphic inputs.HDMI Signal (HDMI level and Colorspace)The HDMI signal function is used to setup the HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 input terminals. Set the HDMI level to Auto, PC,Video and the Colorspace to Auto, YPbPr or RGB according to your video source.6.5System Setup MenuLanguageChoose the language of the On Screen Display Menu between English, Nederland, French, Italian, Deutsch,Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, trad. Chinese, simp. Chinese.Power SavingThe power saving function features a timer that automatically switch off the projector if the selected sourcebecomes inactive. Set the timer to Off, 5 min, 10 min or 30 min.Led IlluminationThis function is used to automatically switch off or not the LEDs when the projector is in working mode.Startup ScreenThis function is used to display the startup screen during the startup and cooling down modes.Background colorCongures the screen color displayed when there is no signal input.BlueBlackLamp OutputR699763 - Dream E User Manual25
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    6.0 MENU AND PICTURE SETTINGThe Lamp Output function is used to congure the light output of the lamp.OSD StyleThis function is used to set the On Screen Display to opaque or transparent.OSD TimerThis function is used to determine how long the OSD is displayed before fade out.6.6Initial Setup MenuLocationDetermines the picture orientation. Choose between Front table, Front ceiling, Rear table or Rear ceiling positions.Keystone AdjustmentThe DreamE can be tilted by 15 horizontally and 5 vertically, adjust the Keystone to obtain the correct picturepositionLamp timer WarningTurns On or Off the lamp warning.System ResetRestores the default projector settings.AlignmentThis menu features a ne 1-pixel step color alignment. You can adjust the Red and Blue channels horizontally andvertically.Lamp Timer ResetReset the lamp timer, to be used only when the lamp is replaced.Trigger 2Congure the 12V Trigger 2 output ON, OFF or THEATRE. In THEATRE Mode, the 12V Trigger2 switchesautomatically ON or OFF depending on the selected Aspect Ratio of the source.6.7Information MenuSystem InformationShows the projector model, serial number and Memory set.Main Input SourceDisplays the active video input resolution and frequency.Output ResolutionDisplays the current output resolutionLamp HoursDisplays the accumulated hours of usage of the lamp.26R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    7.0 THEATRE MODE7.0 THEATRE MODE7.1Optional Wide System and 2.35 THEATRE SystemThe DreamE centralizes the controls and automation commands for both the Wide System and the 2.35 THEATRESystem for a unique, versatile and unexpectedly simple to operate 2.35:1 theatre experience using an AnamorphicLens.The DreamE features the exclusive new version of the award-winning THEATRE Mode for a complete andincomparable control over a motorized anamorphic lens and special anamorphic modes for xed Lens setups.The new THEATRE Mode features:7.2Integrated CIW system.Dedicated menu to program the 12V Trigger2 output.Direct access button on the Remote Control Unit to switch between anamorphic modes.Quick Access with the Remote Control Unit.Select active inputSelect the correctAspect RatioDreamE RCU and quick access to THEATRE Mode features[ASPECT] button behaviorThe [ASPECT] button triggers the 5 aspect ratio modes. Once a given aspect ratios is selected, the order of the nextaspect ratio is reversed so that the previous aspect ratio becomes the next aspect ratio as described below:R699763 - Dream E User Manual27
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    7.0 THEATRE MODEFull ScreenA motorized anamorphic lens uses Full Screenand Cinemascope.CinemascopeStandardA fixed anamorphic lens uses Cinemascopeand Converted 16:9.Virtual WideConverted 16:9When you press sequentially the [ASPECT] button, the aspect mode rotation goesclock-wise. Press [ESC] or wait 15 seconds until the message fades out to confirmselection.Next time that you will press the [ASPECT] button, the rotation order is reversed. Thisbehavior ensures a fast switch between different aspect ratios.7.3Wide System (Ref.T9003000)Select a 16:9 input: Aspect Ratio to Converted 16:9When you select a 16:9 input, choose the Converted 16:9 aspect ratio, and set Aspect Ratio between 1.30 and1.78 to obtain the correct geometry.Select the Converted 16:9 for this input into the menu Input Signal Aspect Ratio Converted 16:9.Then choose the correct Converted 16:9 Aspect Ratio between 1.30 and 1.78 in the menu Input Signal Converted 16:9 Aspect Ratio 1.33 so that the 16:9 picture is letter-boxed into your 2.35 screen.Cinemascope input: Aspect Ratio to CinemascopeWhen selecting a widescreen input (2.35:1, 2.37:1 or 2.40:1), the original aspect ratio of the source is larger than16:9, you can see black bars on the top and the bottom of the screen.Select the Cinemascope for this input into the menu Input Signal Aspect Ratio Cinemascope.Then choose the correct Cinemascope Aspect Ratio between 1.78 and 2.50 in the menu Input Signal Cinemascope Aspect Ratio 2.37 so that the black bars disappear and the active picture fullls the 2.35screen with a correct geometry.The aspect ratio setting is retained by input so that you can switch between inputs without conguring theaspect ratios again.Quick Aspect Ratio changes on the same inputTo obtain the correct aspect ratios, choose between Cinemascope for widescreen Movies (format 2.35:1) andConverted 16:9 aspect ratios for HDTV (format 16:9).You can also use the Remote Control Unit by pressing twice the [ASPECT] button to switch forth and backward fromCinemascope to Converted 16:9 as described below28R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    7.0 THEATRE MODETo switch forth and backward, press twice the [ASPECT] button on the RCU as described below.Full Screenon 2.35 screenConverted 16:9Cinemascope16:9 format2.35:1 formatWhen the source automatically switches format...... press twice [ASPECT] button on the Remote Control Unit7.42.35 THEATER System (Ref. T9004000)Plug the RF-Emitter to the Trigger 2 output of the projector12V Trigger 112V Trigger 2RF-EMITTERConnect the RF-Emitter provided with the 2.35 THEATRE Systemto the 12V Trigger 2 outputCongure Initial Setup Menu Trigger 2 to THEATREThe Initial Setup Trigger 2 menu determines the Trigger 2 output located in the panel input of the DreamE thisis a global parameter (for all inputs):ON: the 12V Trigger 2 is always active when the projector is switched ON.OFF: the 12V Trigger 2 is always switched Off.THEATRE: this option gives to the projector the full control of the Trigger 2 output levels to control theAnamorphic Lens position in regard to the selected input and selected aspect ratio.Cinemascope input: Aspect Ratio to CinemascopeWhen selecting a widescreen input (2.35:1, 2.37:1 or 2.40:1), the original aspect ratio of the source is larger than16:9, you can see black bars on the top and the bottom of the screen.Select Cinemascope for this input in the menu Input Signal Aspect Ratio Cinemascope.Then choose the correct Cinemascope Aspect Ratio in the menu Input Signal Cinemascope Aspect Ratio 2.37 so that the black bars disappear and the active picture fullls the height of the screen.The Anamorphic Lens is automatically placed in front of the projector to restore the correct picture aspect ratio.R699763 - Dream E User Manual29
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    7.0 THEATRE MODESelect a different input: Aspect Ratio to Full ScreenWhen you switch to a different input, the Anamorphic Lens is automatically removed from the projector if this input isnot congured in Cinemascope. You can switch back to the wide format input, the Anamorphic Lens will beautomatically moved in front of the projector.Quick Aspect Ratio changes on the same inputIf Trigger 2 is set to THEATRE Mode, the 2.35 THEATER System is automatically operated by selecting theCinemascope aspect ratio by pressing sequentially the [ASPECT] button on the RCU. The projector will retain theaspect ratio setting for the selected input. To switch back to 16:9, choose the Full Screen aspect ratio.You can also use the Remote Control Unit by pressing twice the [ASPECT] button to switch forth and backward fromCinemascope to Fullscreen modes as described below:Full Screenon 2.35 screenFull ScreenCinemascope16:9 format2.35:1 formatWhen the source automatically switches format...... press twice [ASPECT] button on the Remote Control Unit30R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    8.0 MAINTENANCE8.0 MAINTENANCE8.1Clean Dirt on the CabinetAlways use a soft cloth. In case of heavy soiling, soak a cloth in neutral detergent diluted with water, wring dry andwipe, followed by wiping again using a dry cloth.CautionPay attention to the following as the cabinet may deteriorate in condition, get damaged or paint may comeoff.Do not wipe with a stiff cloth.Do not wipe with force.Do not wipe with thinner or benzene.Do not spray volatile chemicals like insecticide.Do not allow prolonged contact with rubber or plastic products.8.2Dirt on the LensThe lens shall be cleaned using commercial blowers or lens cleaning papers (for cleaning glasses and cameras).Do not use uid-type cleaning agents. This may lead to peeling of the surface coating lm. The lens surface isfragile. Avoid rubbing it hard or knocking.8.3Replacing the LampLight-source Lamp and Lamp Usage TimeThe life of light-source lamps used for this unit is about 2000 hours.The lamp life of 2000 hours is merely the average life span of light-source lamps and we do not provide anyguarantee for this gure. The lamp life may not reach 2000 hours depending on the operating conditions.Deterioration progresses rapidly when the remaining lamp usage time is short. Get ready or replace with a newlamp when the accumulated usage time exceeds 1700 hours. Depending on the operating conditions, the lampmay have to be exchanged earlier.If the image is dark or color tone abnormal, replace the lamp as soon as possible. You can also check the accumulated hours of usage. Please refer to Lamp Time of the Information menu.When the lamp usage time reaches 1700 hoursThe Lamp replacement message will be displayed on the screen the next three projection starts.Press the [ESC] button to clear the display.ABOUT LAMP REPLACEMENTIf this unit is installed in a constricted place, attempting to replace the lamp in that place may cause injury. Move thisunit to a place large enough to perform work.Use only genuine replacement parts for the lamp unit. Otherwise, malfunction may occur. Also, never attempt to reuse an old lamp unit. This may cause marked performance deterioration or lamp blowout, thus leading to unitmalfunction. Broken pieces of the lamp outside this unit may also cause injuries during lamp unit exchange.Do not replace the lamp immediately after this unit has been used. The temperature of the lamp is still high and thismay cause a burn. Allow a cooling period of 1 hour or more before replacement.Before replacing the lamp unit, pull out the power plug from the outlet while the [POWER] Led is still light red.Replacing a lamp with the plug connected to the outlet may cause injuries or electric shocks.Procedure for Lamp ReplacementDuring the lamp replacement process, you may have access to sensitive parts of the projector.Loosen the 2 screws on the lamp trap.Open the lamp Cover, at the rear of the projector and pull it upwards.Loosen the 2 screws on the lamp unit and lift up the handle.Pull out the lamp unit.Insert the new lamp unit until it is fully in.R699763 - Dream E User Manual31
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    8.0 MAINTENANCETighten the screws of the lamp unit and close the handle.Attach the lamp cover and fasten the screws.Resetting Lamp TimeAfter installing a new lamp, reset the lamp time into the OSD menu.a) Insert plug into the power outletb) Switch on the projector and browse into the menu: Menu => Initial Setup => Lamp timer resetc) Conrm the timer reset by pressing again the [OK] button.TO ENSURE THE LAMP TIME HAS BEEN RESETThe lamp time can be checked via the Lamp hours item of the Information menu.CAUTION DURING RESET WORKReset the lamp time only when you have replaced the lamp.Never reset it when the lamp is still in use. Otherwise, the approximate standard for gauging replacement time maybe inaccurate, lamp performance may deteriorate and lamp blowout may occur.8.4Cleaning and Replacing the Dust FiltersThe lters must be cleaned regularly to allow an efcient air intake. If a lter is extremely dirty and cannotbe cleaned, or if it is damaged, replace the lter with a new one. Otherwise, dirt may enter the unit andappear on the screen, preventing you from enjoying the video fully. A lter cleaning warning appears every500 hours of usage.Pull out the plug from the power outletPull out the power plug from the outlet while the projector is in standby mode.Remove the ltersPush up and lift the claw of the lters to pull out the lters.Clean the ltersClean the lters with water and dry them, avoiding direct sunlight. In extremely soiled cases, use of a neutraldetergent is recommended.Reinstall the ltersInsert the lters in their original positions and make sure that the claws are rmly inserted.Dust FiltersClean the Dust Filters every 500 hours.32R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    9.0 MISCELLANEOUS9.0 MISCELLANEOUS9.1RS-232 inputCommunication SpecicationsControl of this unit is possible using a computer or automation device connected with a RS-232 straight cable (male- female D-sub 9 pins cable). Communication specications for this unit are as follows:Baud Rate115200 bpsData FormatBinaryCharacter Length8 bitsParityNoneStop Bit1 bitX on/offNoneFlow ControlNoneCommand FormatWhen sending a command to this unit, use the following data format:HeaderLengthCommandEoD1 or 3 bytes0 or 1 byteat least 1 byte1 byteHeader(00h) for power ON command, (77h 88h 99h) for other commands.LengthThe total bytes of Length and CommandCommandDesignates the commandEoDDesignates the end of the data. Fixed to (FFh)Available Lengths and CommandsCommand Header(00h)Power ONLengthCommandNone01hLengthCommand03h02h 01hhSwitch Input03hBlanking03h02h 02h02h 03h02h 04h02h 05h02h 06h02h 07h02h 08h02h 09hCommand Header(77h 88h 99h)Power OFFR699763 - Dream E User ManualDescriptionIf the projector is in standby mode, this commandswitch the unit ON.DescriptionIf the projector is powered ON, this commandswitch this unit into Standby Mode. (Directly OFF)Switch active input to Video (Composite)Switch active input to S-VideoSwitch active input to ComponentSwitch active input to VGA (sD15)Switch active input to HDMI 1Switch active input to HDMI 2Toggle projector Blanking ONToggle projector Blanking OFF33
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    9.0 MISCELLANEOUS34Keypad03h12V Trigger #203hAspect Ratio03hLens Aperture03hPicture Mode03hPicture Adjust03hColour Temperature03hGamma03hScaling features03hTemporal Noise03hMosquito Noise03h01h 01h01h 02h01h 03h01h 04h01h 05h01h 06h01h 07h01h 08h01h 09h03h 01h03h 02h03h 03h03h 04h03h 05h03h 06h03h 07h03h 08h03h 09h03h 0Ah04h 01h04h 02h04h 03h04h 04h04h 05h04h 06h05h 01h05h 02h05h 03h05h 04h05h 05h05h 06h05h 07h06h 01h06h 02h06h 03h06h 04h07h 01h07h 02h07h 03h07h 04h07h 05h07h 08h08h 01h08h 02h08h 03h08h 04h08h 05h08h 06h08h 07h08h 08h09h 01h09h 02h09h 03h09h 04hMENU: Toggle OSD Menu ON and OFFUP: Uses as up function key for navigationDOWN: Uses as down function key for navigationLEFT: Uses as left function key for navigationRIGHT: Uses as right function key for navigationENTER: Selects menu item or the next menuEXIT: exits the current menu to the previous one.SOURCE: Switch input source.Power OFF: Turn off the projector (send twice)Switch the trigger to ON.Switch the trigger to OFFSwitch the trigger to THEATRESwitch aspect ratio to StandardSwitch aspect ratio to Full ScreenSwitch aspect ratio to CinemascopeSwitch aspect ratio to Converted 16:9Switch aspect ratio to Virtual WideOpen one level up the Lens ApertureClose on level down the Lens ApertureSwitch picture mode to StandardSwitch picture mode to DynamicSwitch picture mode to TheaterSwitch picture mode to User 1Switch picture mode to User 2Switch picture mode to User 3Show brightness slider (use left or right to modify)Show contrast sliderShow colour sliderShow hue sliderShow sharpness sliderShow black level sliderShow white level sliderSwitch colour temperature to LowSwitch colour temperature to mediumSwitch colour temperature to HighSwitch colour temperature to UserSwitch gamma to Gamma 1Switch gamma to Gamma 2Switch gamma to Gamma 3Switch gamma to Gamma 4Switch gamma to Gamma 5Access to Gamma 5 settings (Installer)Set detail enhancement to OffSet detail enhancement to LowSet detail enhancement to MediumSet detail enhancement to HighSet TNR to OffSet TNR to LowSet TNR to MediumSet TNR to HighSet MNR to OffSet MNR to LowSet MNR to MediumSet MNR to HighR699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    9.0 MISCELLANEOUSBlock Artifact03hReset to default03hExamplesYou want to...Switch the projector ONSwitch the projector OFFSwitch the projector OFF withOSD conrmationChange Active Input to Comp.Display On Screen MenuR699763 - Dream E User Manual09h 05h09h 06h0Ah 01hSet BAR to OffSet BAR to OnReset settings to default valueCommand to send00h 01h FFh77h 88h 99h 03h 02h 01h FFh77h 88h 99h 03h 01h 09h FFh77h 88h 99h 03h 02h 04h FFh77h 88h 99h 03h 01h 01h FFh35
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    9.0 MISCELLANEOUS9.2SpecicationsOverviewThe DreamE uses the latest technology developed to provide the ultimate video-projection experience. LCoS(Liquid Crystal on Silicon) technology based on a reective principle features an extremely high-denition pictureand seamless color gradations.Emission MethodDisplay Panel/SizeNative ResolutionContrast RatioProjection LensBrightnessScreen SizeDistance rangeInput SignalsVideo InputS-Video InputComponent InputVGA (sD15 RGB)HDMI 1 InputHDMI 2 InputColor ManagementVideo processingInput Sync FrequencyAnalog InputsDigital InputsLight-source LampPower RequirementsPower ConsumptionDimensions(Width x Height x Depth)Net WeightLCoS (Reective Active Matrix Principle)0.6" LCoS panel True Cinema3x 1920 x 1080 pixels15,000:1 (with aperture)Throw Ratio 1.75:1 - 2.53:1 with 1.5x Zoommanual zoom and focusElectronic aperture control (10% to 100%)1200 ANSI Lumens60" to 300" (Aspect ratio 16:9)from 1,50m to 10 mNTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL-N, PAL-M, PAL60, SECAMNTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL-N, PAL-M, PAL60, SECAM(YPbPr) 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p50/60, 1080i50/60VGA@60-85Hz, SVGA@56-75Hz, XGA@60-75Hz, SXGA@60Hz, 720p50/60,1080i50/60480i/p, 576i/p, 720p50/60, 1080i50/60, 1080p24/50/60480i/p, 576i/p, 720p50/60, 1080i50/60, 1080p24/50/60Advanced color settings (primaries and secondaries saturation and range)DNR, MNR, BAR with LTI and CTI level74.5 Mhz150 Mhz250 W Ultra-high pressure mercury lampAC 100 V - 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz<350W (2W in standby mode)(Excluding feet)522 x 192 x 526 mm - 20.5" x 7.6" x 20.7"approx. 17,0 Kg - 37.5 lbsDesign and specications are subject to change without prior notice.Please note that some of the pictures and illustrations may have been abridged, enlarged or contextualized inorder to aid comprehension. Images may differ from the actual product.3-CHIP LCOS SYSTEMLCoS is the abbreviation of Liquid Cristal on Silicon. The 3-Chip LCoS systems feature dedicated panels for eachcolor channel and render seamless color graduations without any ickering or rainbow artifacts.36R699763 - Dream E User Manual
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    9.0 MISCELLANEOUSDimensions522 mm526 mm20.520.720.7526 mm192 mm7.6522mm20.5R699763 - Dream E User Manual37
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    Contact Information:TEC - DreamVision7, rue La CAILLE, 75017 Paris - FRANCEWeb: www.dreamvision.net
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