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Please read the safety information carefully before using this product.
P/No : SAC37034629 (1803-REV03)
Owner's Manual
LG MiniBeam
DLP Projector
www.lg.com
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2017 LG Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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  • Page 1

    Owner's Manual

    LG MiniBeam
    DLP Projector

    Please read the safety information carefully before using this product.

    PW1500G
    PW1000G
    www.lg.com
    P/No : SAC37034629 (1803-REV03)
    Copyright ⓒ 2017 LG Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved.



  • Page 2

    2

    LICENSES

    LICENSES
    Supported licenses may differ by model. For more information about
    licenses, visit www.lg.com.
    Manufactured under license from Dolby
    Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
    are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
    This DivX Certified® device has passed
    rigorous testing to ensure it plays DivX®
    video.
    To play purchased DivX movies, first register
    your device at vod.divx.com. Find your
    registration code in the DivX VOD section of
    your device setup menu.
    DivX Certified® to play DivX® video up to HD
    1080p, including premium content.
    DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos
    are trademarks of DivX, LLC and are used
    under license.
    Covered by DivX Patents 7,295,673;
    7,515,710; RE45,052; and others available
    at [www.divx.com/patents]
    The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition
    Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI logo are
    trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
    Licensing LLC in the United States and other
    countries.



    NOTE
    • Image shown may differ from your projector.
    • Your projector’s OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from
    that shown in this manual.



  • Page 3

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    3

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
    Please take note of the safety instructions to prevent any potential accident
    or misuse of the projector.
    • Safety precautions are given in two forms, i.e., WARNING and CAUTION
    as detailed below.
    WARNING Failure to follow the instructions may cause serious
    injury and even death.
    CAUTION Failure to follow the instructions may cause personal
    injury or product damage.
    • Read the owner's manual carefully and keep it on hand.

    WARNING/CAUTION
    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    DO NOT OPEN

    The lightning flash with
    arrowhead symbol, within
    an equilateral triangle, is
    intended to alert the user to the
    presence of uninsulated dangerous
    voltage within the product’s
    enclosure that may be of sufficient
    magnitude to constitute a risk of
    electric shock to persons.
    The exclamation point
    within an equilateral
    triangle is intended to alert
    the user to the presence of
    important operating and
    maintenance (servicing)
    instructions in the literature
    accompanying the appliance.
    WARNING/CAUTION
    -- TO REDUCE THE RISK
    OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC
    SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
    THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR
    MOISTURE.

    Read these instructions.
    Keep these instructions.
    Heed all warnings.
    Follow all instructions.

    Indoor Installation
    WARNING
    • Do not use the projector outside
    and do not expose the product
    to any humidity or water.
    --Since the product is not
    waterproof, this may result in
    a fire or electric shock.
    • Do not place the projector in
    direct sunlight or near heat
    sources such as radiators, fires,
    stoves, etc.
    --This may result in fire.
    • Do not place flammable
    materials such as aerosols near
    the projector.
    --This may result in fire.



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    4

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    • Do not allow children to cling to
    or climb up to the projector.
    -- This may cause the projector
    to fall, causing injury or death.
    • Do not install the product in a
    place with no ventilation (e.g.,
    on a bookshelf or in a closet) or
    on a carpet or cushion.
    --This may result in fire due
    to the increase in internal
    temperature.
    • Do not place the product close
    to sources of steam, oil or oil
    mist, such as humidifiers and
    kitchen counters.
    --Failure to do so may result
    in fire, electric shock, or
    corrosion.
    • Do not install the product onto
    a wall or ceiling that is close to
    sources of oil or oil mist.
    --The product may be
    damaged and fall, resulting in
    serious injury.
    • Do not place the projector where
    it might be exposed to dust.
    --This may result in fire.
    • Do not use the projector in a
    damp place such as a bathroom
    where it is likely to get wet.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    • Do not allow a tablecloth or
    curtain to block the air vent.
    --This may result in fire due to
    the increase in the internal
    temperature.

    • Ensure good ventilation around
    the projector. The distance
    between the projector and the
    wall should be at least 30 cm.
    --This will prevent fire due to
    the increase in the internal
    temperature.
    CAUTION
    • When placing the projector on a
    table or shelf, be careful not to
    put it near the edge.
    --The projector could fall due
    to balance problems, which
    may cause personal injury or
    damage to the product. Make
    sure to use the projector
    cabinet or stand that fits the
    projector.
    • When moving the projector,
    make sure to switch it off and
    remove the power plug and
    cords.
    --The power cord may be
    damaged, resulting in fire or
    electric shock.
    • Do not place the projector on
    an unstable or vibrating surface
    such as a wobbly shelf or a
    slope.
    --It may fall and cause injury.
    • Be careful not to tip the projector
    over when connecting external
    devices to the projector.
    --This may cause personal
    injury or damage to the
    projector.



  • Page 5

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    Power
    WARNING
    • DISCONNECTING THE
    DEVICE FROM THE MAIN
    POWER
    --The Power plug is the
    disconnecting device. In case
    of an emergency, the Power
    Plug must remain readily
    accessible.
    • The grounding wire should be
    connected. (Except for devices
    which are not grounded.)
    --Ensure that you connect the
    grounding cable to avoid
    electric shock.
    If it is not possible to ground
    the unit, have a qualified
    electrician install a separate
    circuit breaker.
    Do not try to ground the
    projector by connecting it to
    telephone wires, lightning
    rods, or gas pipes.
    • The power plug should be
    inserted fully into the power
    outlet.
    --An unstable connection may
    cause a fire.
    • Do not place heavy objects on
    the power cord.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock.

    5

    • Never touch the power plug with
    wet hands.
    --This may result in electric
    shock.
    • Do not plug too many devices
    into one multi-power outlet.
    --This may result in fire due to
    the power outlet overheating.
    • Keep the AC adapter, power
    plug, and the used power outlet
    clean from dust or foreign
    materials building up.
    –– This may result in fire.
    • If there is any smoke or a
    burning smell from the projector
    or AC adapter, stop using the
    product immediately. Disconnect
    the power cord from the power
    outlet, and then contact the
    customer service center.
    –– This may result in fire.
    • To turn off the main power,
    remove the power plug, which
    should be positioned so it is
    easy to access for operation.



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    6

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    CAUTION
    • Always grab the plug to remove
    the AC adapter or power cord.
    –– Otherwise, this may result
    in a fire or may damage the
    product.
    • Refrain from constantly bending
    the power cord of the AC
    adapter.
    –– If the power cord is bent
    excessively for a long period
    of time, the cord may break
    inside. This may result in a
    fire or electric shock.
    • Ensure the power cord and plug
    are not damaged, modified,
    severely bent, twisted, pulled,
    sandwiched or hot. Do not use
    the product if the power outlet
    is loose.
    –– This may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    • Keep the power cord away from
    heating devices.
    --The wire's sheath may melt,
    which may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    • Place the projector where
    people will not trip over or step
    on the power cord to protect the
    power cord and plug from any
    damage.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock.

    • Do not turn the projector on or
    off by plugging in the power plug
    or unplugging it from the power
    outlet. (Do not use the power
    plug as a switch.)
    --This may result in electric
    shock or damage to the
    product.
    • Do not insert a conductor
    into the other side of the wall
    outlet while the power plug is
    inserted into the wall outlet.
    In addition, do not touch the
    power plug immediately after it
    is disconnected from the wall
    outlet.
    --This may result in electric
    shock.
    • Only use the official power cord
    provided by LG Electronics. Do
    not use other power cords.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    • If any water or foreign materials
    have gone into the AC adapter,
    power cord, or the interior of the
    projector, turn off the projector
    by pressing the power button.
    Remove all the cables, and then
    contact the customer service
    center.
    –– This may result in fire or
    electric shock.



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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    • The surface of the AC adapter is
    hot. Keep the AC adapter out of
    the reach of children and avoid
    touching it during use.
    • Never disassemble the power
    supply devices (AC adapter/
    power cord, etc.).
    –– This may damage the power
    cord and result in a fire or
    electric shock.
    • Connect the AC adapter and the
    power cord firmly.
    –– Not doing so may result in a
    product failure or fire.
    • Do not place heavy objects
    or put pressure on the power
    cord and AC adapter and avoid
    damage.
    –– This may result in a fire or
    may damage the product.
    • Always use the AC adapter
    provided or any AC adapters
    approved and certified by LG
    Electronics.
    –– Any other AC adapter
    connected may result in the
    screen flickering.

    7

    When in Use
    WARNING
    • Do not place anything
    containing liquid on top of the
    projector such as a vase, flower
    pot, cup, cosmetics, medicine,
    or ornaments, candles, etc.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock, or cause injury
    due to falling.
    • In the event that there is a
    heavy impact or the cabinet is
    damaged, switch it off, unplug
    it from the power outlet and
    contact an authorized service
    center.
    --This may result in electric
    shock.
    • Do not insert pieces of metal
    such as coins, hairpins, or metal
    debris, nor flammable materials
    such as paper or matches into
    the projector.
    --This is to prevent electric
    shock or fire.
    • Make sure that a child does
    not swallow the batteries when
    you replace the old remote
    control batteries with new ones.
    Keep batteries out of reach of
    children.
    --If a child swallows a battery,
    consult a doctor immediately.



  • Page 8

    8

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    • Never open any cover on the
    projector.
    --There is a high risk of electric
    shock.
    • Do not look directly into the lens
    when the projector is in use.
    --The bright light may damage
    your eyes.
    • When the lamp is on or has just
    been turned off, avoid touching
    the air vent or lamp, because
    these will be very hot.
    • If there is a gas leak in the
    room with the projector, do not
    touch the projector or power
    outlet. Open the windows for
    ventilation.
    --Sparks may cause fire or
    burns.
    • Unplug the power cord from the
    outlet during a lightning storm.
    --This will prevent shock or
    damage to the projector.
    • Do not use the projector near
    electronic devices that generate
    a strong magnetic field.
    • Keep the plastic film used for
    packaging the projector out of
    the reach of children.
    –– If not handled safely, it can
    cause suffocation.
    • Do not keep your hand on the
    projector for a long time when it
    is running.

    • When you play a game by
    connecting a game console to
    a projector, it is recommended
    that you maintain a distance
    of more than four times the
    diagonal length of the screen.
    --Make sure that the
    connecting cable is long
    enough. Otherwise, the
    product may fall causing
    personal injury or damage to
    the product.
    • Do not place the projector or its
    remote control with battery in
    an extremely high temperature
    environment.
    --This may result in fire.
    • Do not use 3D glasses if you do
    not watch 3D.



  • Page 9

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    CAUTION
    • Do not place heavy objects on
    the projector.
    --It may fall down and cause
    personal injury.
    • Be careful not to allow any
    impact to the lens during
    transport.
    • Do not touch the lens of the
    projector.
    --The lens may be damaged.
    • Do not use any sharp tools on
    the projector such as a knife
    or hammer, because this may
    damage the casing.
    • In the event that no image
    appears on the screen or no
    sound is heard, stop using
    the projector. Switch off the
    projector, unplug it from the
    power outlet and contact our
    service center.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    • Do not drop anything onto the
    projector or allow anything to
    bang into the projector.
    --This may cause damage
    to the projector or personal
    injury.
    • It is recommended that you
    maintain a distance of more
    than 5 to 7 times the diagonal
    length of the screen.
    –– If you watch the screen at
    a close distance for a long
    time, your eye sight may
    become worse.

    9

    • Do not block the light beam
    emitted from the projector using
    a book or other object.
    --Lengthy exposure to the
    projector beam may result in
    fire. In addition, the lens may
    be overheated and damaged
    by the reflected heat. Disable
    the AV function to stop
    projection temporarily or turn
    off the power.
    • Do not start the projector with
    the volume turned up high.
    --High volume may damage
    hearing.
    • Do not use high voltage
    electrical equipment near the
    projector, (e.g., a bug zapper).
    This may result in product
    malfunction.
    • Do not insert your finger into the
    air vent (inflow/outflow vents).
    --This may cause injury or a
    product malfunction.



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    10

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    Cleaning
    WARNING
    • Do not spray the projector with
    water when cleaning. Make sure
    water does not flow into the
    projector.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    • When there is smoke or a
    strange smell coming out from
    the projector or a foreign object
    falls into the projector, please
    switch it off and unplug it from
    the power outlet and contact our
    service center.
    --Otherwise, this may result in
    fire or electric shock.
    • Use air spray, a soft cloth, or
    a cotton swab moistened with
    a lens cleaning chemical or
    alcohol to remove dust or stains
    on the front projection lens.

    CAUTION
    • Contact your seller or our
    service center once a year to
    clean the internal parts of the
    projector.
    -- If you do not clean the
    projector for a long period of
    time, dust will accumulate,
    which may result in fire or
    damage to the projector.
    • When cleaning plastic parts
    such as the projector case,
    unplug the power first and wipe
    with a soft cloth. Do not spray
    with water or wipe with a wet
    cloth. Never use glass cleaner,
    automobile or industrial polish,
    abrasives, wax, benzene, or
    alcohol as these can damage the
    projector.
    -- This can result in fire, electric
    shock or cause damage to
    the product (deformation and
    corrosion).
    • Remove the plug from the outlet
    before cleaning the product.
    -- Otherwise, this may result in
    electric shock.



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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    Others
    WARNING
    • Some users may experience
    a seizure or other abnormal
    symptoms when they are
    exposed to a flashing light or
    particular patterns from a video
    game.
    • When you go out, place the
    projector out of reach of
    animals, and remove the power
    plug from the wall outlet.
    --Using a damaged power cord
    may result in short circuit
    or fire.
    • Do not use the projector near
    high-precision electronic devices
    or those that transmit weak
    radio signal.
    --This may affect the operation
    of the product, causing an
    accident.
    • Only a qualified technician
    can disassemble or modify
    the projector. For diagnosis,
    adjustment, or repair, contact
    your seller or our service center.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    • Proper ventilation required, do
    not block airflow around unit.
    Doing so can cause injury and
    internal overheating.

    11

    • Do not touch the lens; doing so
    can result in burns or damage
    to lens. Lens and unit may be
    HOT during and immediately
    after use. Use caution when
    handling unit, allowing for proper
    cool down.
    • Only use a grounded electrical
    outlet. (Except for devices which
    are not grounded.)
    • Do not insert anything into or
    cover up the exhaust vents.
    --This may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    • Follow all maintenance
    guidelines for optimal use;
    service only at an authorized
    service center.
    • Keep the batteries and remote
    out of reach of children.
    –– This will prevent personal
    injury or damage to the
    product.



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    12

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    CAUTION
    • Do not use or store the projector
    outdoors for long periods of
    time.
    • Do not mix new batteries with
    old ones.
    -- Burst or leaking batteries may
    result in damage or injury.
    • Be sure to unplug if the projector
    is not to be used for a long
    period.
    -- Accumulated dust may result
    in fire or electric shock due to
    overheating, ignition, or poor
    insulation.
    • Only use the specified type of
    battery.
    -- Burst or leaking batteries may
    result in damage or injury.
    • Make sure you use the same
    type of battery when replacing.
    (Battery type: CR2032 / 3 V)
    –– In the case of a battery
    contact failure, the battery
    may drain quickly or the
    remote control may not work
    properly.
    • Dispose of used batteries
    properly.
    -- This may result in explosion
    or fire. The correct method of
    disposal may vary depending
    on your country or region.
    • Do not throw or disassemble the
    battery.
    -- This may result in fire or
    explosion due to damage to
    the battery.

    • Store batteries away from
    metallic objects, such as keys
    and paper clips.
    -- Excess current may cause a
    rapid increase in temperature,
    resulting in fire or burns.
    • Do not store the batteries near
    any heat source, such as a
    heater.
    -- This may result in fire or
    damage to the product.
    • Do not store batteries at
    temperatures higher than 60 °C
    or in high humidity.
    -- This may result in explosion
    or fire.
    • Make sure that the battery is
    installed correctly.
    -- This may prevent explosion
    or fire.
    • Incorrect battery replacement
    may cause fire.
    • Batteries: Store the accessories
    (battery, etc.) in a safe location
    out of the reach of children.

    
    Risk Group 2
    CAUTION Possibly hazardous
    optical radiation emitted from this
    product. Do not stare at operating
    lamp. May be harmful to the eye.



  • Page 13

    CONTENTS

    13

    CONTENTS
    LICENSES

    2

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3

    Additional Options
    32
    --Adjusting Aspect Ratio
    32
    --Using the Keystone Function
    33
    --Changing Input Device 34
    --Blank Function
    36

    PREPARATION

    15

    Accessories

    15

    Optional Extras

    17

    Using the Quick Menu

    37

    Parts and Components

    18

    Using the Joystick Button
    --Basic Functions
    --Adjusting the Menu

    20
    20
    21

    ENTERTAINMENT

    38

    Using SCREEN SHARE

    38

    Projector Status Indicators 21
    Installation
    22
    --Installation Precautions 22
    --Projection Distance per
    Screen Size
    23
    --How to Install the Projector
    On a Tripod
    25
    --Kensington Security System
    26

    REMOTE CONTROL

    27

    USING THE PROJECTOR 30
    Watching Projector
    30
    --Turning on the Projector 30
    --Focus of the Screen Image
    31
    --Watching With the Projector
    31

    Setting Up Bluetooth on the
    Projector
    39
    --Searching for Bluetooth
    Devices and Connecting 40
    --Connecting, Disconnecting,
    or Deleting Bluetooth
    Devices in the List of
    registered devices
    42
    --Adjusting AV Sync. Adjust 43

    MY MEDIA

    44

    Before Using
    44
    --Connecting a USB Device 44
    --Removing a USB Device 44
    To Use My Media
    --Watching the Videos
    --Viewing the Photos
    --Listening to Music
    --Viewing Files

    46
    50
    56
    60
    64



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    14

    CONTENTS

    3D FUNCTION

    68

    While Watching 3D

    68

    Requirements for Watching 3D
    Images
    72
    --Using the DLP-LINK (DLPReady) Type Glasses
    73
    To view 3D images
    --Supported 3D Mode

    73
    74

    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    76
    SETTINGS

    76

    PICTURE Settings

    77

    AUDIO Settings

    84

    TIME Settings

    86

    WIRELESS Settings

    87

    OPTION 1 Settings

    89

    OPTION 2 Settings

    90

    CONNECTING DEVICES 92
    Connecting to HD Receiver,
    DVD, VCR Player, or External
    Devices
    93
    --HDMI Connection
    93
    --HDMI to DVI Connection 93
    --Composite (AV) Connection
    94
    --Component Connection 94

    Connecting a PC
    --HDMI Connection
    --HDMI to DVI Connection
    --RGB Connection

    95
    95
    95
    96

    Connecting a Laptop
    --HDMI Connection

    97
    97

    Connecting to Headphones 98
    Using the Mirroring Function
    of a Mobile Phone
    99
    --MHL/Slimport Connection 99

    MAINTENANCE

    100

    Cleaning
    100
    --Cleaning the Lens
    100
    --Cleaning the Projector Case
    100

    SPECIFICATIONS

    101

    KEY CODES

    106

    EXTERNAL CONTROL
    DEVICE SETUP
    108
    Communication Parameters

    109
    Command reference list

    110

    Transmission / Receiving
    Protocol

    111

    SYMBOLS

    122



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    PREPARATION

    PREPARATION
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    Accessories
    Accessories included with the projector are show below.
    Accessories are subject to change without prior notice.
    New accessories may be added or old ones removed.
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    Composite Gender

    Power cord

    Pouch

    15



  • Page 16

    16

    PREPARATION

    • When connecting an HDMI or USB
    cable, or connecting a USB flash drive
    to the HDMI or USB port, use a product
    that has a width of 18 mm or less and
    a height of 10 mm or less. If the USB
    cable or USB flash drive does not fit
    the USB ports of the projector, use an
    extension cable that supports USB 2.0.
    • Use a certified cable with the HDMI logo attached.
    • If you do not use a certified HDMI cable, the screen may not display or a
    connection error may occur. (Recommended HDMI cable types)
    --High-Speed HDMI®/™ Cable
    --High-Speed HDMI®/™ Cable with Ethernet



  • Page 17

    PREPARATION

    17

    Optional Extras
    To purchase optional accessories, visit an electronics store or online
    shopping site or contact the retail store where you purchased the product.
    Optional accessories are subject to change without prior notice.

    Projection Screen

    Tripod

    HDMI Cable

    Video Cable

    Audio Cable

    3D glasses
    (DLP-LINK or DLP
    Ready Type)

    RGB to Component
    cable

    Component Cable

    MHL or Slimport cable

    Computer Cable



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    18

    PREPARATION

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

    Speaker
    Vent1)

    Speaker
    Vent1)

    Lens2)

    Focus ring

    1) Due to the high temperature of vent area, do not get close to the vent area.
    2) Do not touch the lens when using the projector. The lens may be damaged.



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    PREPARATION

    2

    1

    RS-232C IN

    1

    RS-232C IN Port

    2

    (USB Port)

    3
    4
    5

    Port
    RGB IN Port
    (Headphone Port)

    6

    AV IN Port

    7

    DC IN Port

    3

    4

    5 6

    7

    19



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    20

    PREPARATION

    Using the Joystick Button
    You can operate the projector by pressing the button or moving the joystick
    left, right, up, or down.

    Basic Functions
    Power On

    When the projector is turned off, place
    your finger on the joystick button,
    press it once, and release it.

    Power Off

    When the projector is turned on, place
    your finger on the joystick button,
    press it once for a few seconds, and
    release it. (However, if the menu
    button is on the screen, pressing and
    holding the joystick button will let you
    exit the menu.)

    Volume
    Control

    Place your finger over the joystick
    button and move it left or right. You
    can adjust the volume level.

    Up/Down/
    Left/Right

    If you move the joystick up, down, left,
    or right, you can move the cursor to
    select the menu items.

    NOTE
    • Move the joystick button up, down, left, or right. Be careful not to
    press the joystick button. If you press the button while moving the
    joystick, the volume control may not work, and the cursor may not
    move.



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    PREPARATION

    21

    Adjusting the Menu
    When the projector is turned on, press the joystick button one time.
    You can adjust the menu items ( ,
    , , ) moving the joystick
    button left, right, up, or down. Move to the desired menu item, and then
    press the joystick button once to select it.

    Close

    Projector off

    Turns the power off.

    Input List

    Changes the input source.

    Close

    Clears on-screen displays and
    returns to projector viewing.

    Settings

    Displays the Settings menu.

    Projector Status Indicators
    LED Power Indicator

    LED Power Indicator
    Red

    Power standby state

    Off

    The projector is operating with the power on.



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    22

    PREPARATION

    Installation
    Installation Precautions
    • Place the projector in a wellventilated environment.
    --To prevent internal
    overheating, install the
    projector in a well-ventilated
    place. Do not place anything
    near the projector that may
    block its air vents. If the
    air vents are blocked, the
    internal temperature of the
    projector will increase.

    --Do not place the projector
    on a carpet or rug. If the
    projector's inlet vent is on
    the bottom, be careful not to
    block the vent and always
    use the projector on a solid,
    level surface.

    --Be sure to prevent foreign
    objects such as paper debris
    from entering the projector.

    --Leave an adequate open
    area (30 cm or more) around
    the projector.

    • Do not place the projector in a
    hot, cool, or humid environment.
    • Do not place the projector in a
    place where it will easily attract
    dust.
    --This may result in fire.
    • Never open any cover on the
    projector. There is a high risk of
    electric shock.
    • The projector is manufactured
    using high-precision technology.
    You may, however, see
    tiny black dots and/or bright
    colored dots (red, blue or
    green) that continuously
    appear on the projector screen.
    This is a normal result of the
    manufacturing process and
    does not indicate a malfunction.
    • The remote control may not
    work in an environment where
    a lamp equipped with electronic
    ballasts or a three-wavelength
    fluorescent lamp is installed.
    Replace the lamp with an
    international standard lamp
    for the remote control to work
    normally.
    • To install to the ceiling, attach
    the ceiling-type bracket to
    the projector with M4 x 8 mm
    screws.



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    PREPARATION

    23

    Projection Distance per Screen Size

    1  Place the projector on a sturdy, level surface, together with the PC or
    audio/video source.

    2  Place the projector an appropriate distance away from the screen. The
    distance between the projector and the screen determines the actual
    size of the image.

    3  Position the projector so that the lens is at a right angle to the screen.
    If the projector is not at a right angle, the projected image will look
    distorted. To correct the distortion, use the keystone function.
    (See page 33.)

    4  Connect the power cord of the projector and the connected device to
    the wall outlet.

    Ratio of upward projection: 100 %

    Y/2

    Screen

    Y/2

    X/2

    Projection Distance (D)

    Screen Width (Y)

    X/2

    Screen Height (X)

    Screen

    Projection Distance (D)



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    PREPARATION

    16:10 Ratio
    Screen Size
    (mm)

    Screen Width
    (Y) (mm)

    Screen Height
    (X) (mm)

    Projection
    Distance (D)
    (mm)

    635
    762
    889
    1016
    1143
    1270
    1397
    1524
    1651
    1778
    1905
    2032
    2159
    2286
    2413
    2540

    539
    646
    754
    862
    969
    1077
    1185
    1292
    1400
    1508
    1615
    1723
    1831
    1938
    2046
    2154

    337
    404
    471
    538
    606
    673
    741
    808
    875
    943
    1010
    1077
    1145
    1212
    1279
    1347

    748
    902
    1056
    1210
    1366
    1520
    1674
    1828
    1983
    2137
    2291
    2445
    2601
    2755
    2909
    3063



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    PREPARATION

    25

    How to Install the Projector On a Tripod
    • You can install the projector using a camera tripod.
    • As shown below, you can mount the projector instead of a camera on
    the tripod.
    • When stabilizing the tripod, we recommend using a locking bolt of
    standard size 4.5 mm or less. The maximum size allowed for the locking
    bolt is 5.5 mm. (If it is longer than the maximum allowed size, it may
    damage the projector.)
    Bottom side of the
    projector

    Bolt used to
    attach the
    projector



    +
    The projector is
    connected to this part.



    Tripod

    CAUTION
    • If you are using a tripod, be careful not to apply external force to the
    tripod. Doing so may damage the projector.
    • Do not place the tripod on an unstable surface.
    • Be sure to use a tripod with a maximum load capacity of 3 kg or
    more.
    • To use the projector safely, position the tripod legs so that they are
    as wide and stable as possible and be sure to securely attach the
    projector to the tripod.



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    26

    PREPARATION

    Kensington Security System
    • This projector has a Kensington Security Standard connector as an
    anti-theft mechanism. Connect a Kensington Security System cable as
    shown below.
    • For more information on installation and use of the Kensington Security
    System, refer to the user’s guide provided with the Kensington Security
    System.
    • The Kensington Security System is an optional accessory.
    • What is Kensington?
    Kensington is a company that provides safety systems for laptops and
    other electronic devices. Website: http://www.kensington.com



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    REMOTE CONTROL

    27

    REMOTE CONTROL
    Open the battery cover on the back of the remote
    control and insert the batteries which are specified
    in the battery room with poles pointing in the
    correct direction. Use new batteries.

    POWER
    Turns the projector on or off.
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    MUTE
    Mutes the sound of the projector.
    INPUT
    Changes the input source.
    VOLUME +, Adjusts the volume level.
    PAGE
    Moves to the previous/next page.

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    AUTO
    Automatically adjusts the RGB-PC input
    image.
    Up/Down/Left/Right buttons
    Sets the function or moves the cursor.
    OK
    Shows the current mode and saves
    changes to the settings.
    BLANK
    Displays a blank screen.
    EXIT
    Exits the menu.
    Returns to the previous screen.
    SETTINGS
    Displays or closes the Settings menu.
    Q.MENU
    Enters the quick menu.



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    REMOTE CONTROL

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    STILL
    Freezes the moving image.
    (Available in any mode other than USB
    mode.)
    RATIO
    Changes the aspect ratio of the screen
    per pressing of the button.
    USB
    Accesses USB mode.
    HELP
    Enables the self-diagnosis.
    KEY.S ▲, ▼
    Adjusts the Keystone function.

    Playback control buttons
    Controls playback of MY MEDIA.
    Color buttons
    Sets detailed settings or gesture for each
    menu.
    3D
    Shows 3D images.
    L/R
    Switches left and right in 3D mode.



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    REMOTE CONTROL

    NOTE
    • When using the remote control, the optimal
    operation range is 6 meters or less (left/right)
    and within a 30 degree arc of the remote
    control IR receiver.
    30° 30°
    • If a cable is connected to the back port, the
    optimal operating range is 3 meters or less
    (left/right) and within a 30 degree arc of the
    remote control IR receiver.
    • For seamless operation, do not block the IR
    receiver.
    • When you carry the remote control in the portable bag, make
    sure that the buttons on the remote control are not pressed by the
    projector, cables, documents, or any other accessories in the bag.
    Otherwise, it may significantly reduce the battery life.
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    30

    USING THE PROJECTOR

    USING THE PROJECTOR
    Watching Projector
    Turning on the Projector
    The menu screen display in this owner's manual is an example to help
    users understand how to operate the product and may look different from
    the actual screen.

    1  Connect the power cord correctly.
    2  After waiting for a moment, press the POWER button on the remote
    control or the joystick button.

    3  In the Language Selection screen, select a language.
    4  In the Mode Setting screen, select the setting mode you want.
    Mode Setting
    Selecting the environment.
    Choose the setting mode you want.
    Select [Standard] to use this Projector at home. To use this
    Projector at store, select [Store Demo].

    Standard

    Store Demo

    Demo Mode

    Off

    Previous

    Confirm

    *S
     tore Demo is used when displaying the product in-store. The picture
    mode is automatically reset after a certain period of time. You can
    select Standard to use the product at home.
    5  Select an input signal by using the INPUT button on the remote control.



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    USING THE PROJECTOR

    31

    Focus of the Screen Image
    When an image appears on the screen, check if it is in focus and fits the
    screen properly.
    Adjust the focus of the image by rotating the Focus Ring to the left or right.
    Make sure the product does not move when adjusting the focus.

    Focus Ring

    Watching With the Projector

    1  When in standby mode, press the POWER button to turn the projector
    on.

    2  Press the INPUT button and select the input signal you want.
    3  Control the projector using the following buttons while watching
    projector.

    Button

    Description

    VOLUME +, -

    Adjusts the volume level.

    MUTE

    Mutes all sounds.

    Q.MENU

    Accesses the quick menu.

    RATIO

    Resizes an image.

    KEY.S ▲, ▼

    Adjusts Keystone.

    4  To turn the projector off, press the POWER button.



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    32

    USING THE PROJECTOR

    Additional Options
    Adjusting Aspect Ratio
    Resize an image to view at its optimal size by pressing RATIO while you
    are using the projector.

    NOTE
    • Available picture size may differ depending on the input signal.
    • You can also use the Q.MENU or SETTINGS button.
    Menu

    Description

    16:9

    Resizes images to the 16:9 ratio.

    Full

    Changes to the full screen regardless of the aspect ratio.

    Just Scan

    Displays video images in the original size without
    removing parts of the edge of the image.
    • If you select Just Scan, you may see image noise at
    the edge or edges of the screen.

    Set By
    Program

    Displays images in the same aspect ratio as the original
    image.

    4:3

    Resizes images to the previous standard 4:3.

    Zoom

    Resizes the image to fit the screen width. The top and
    bottom parts of the image may be cut off.
    • Press the
    or
    button to zoom in or out of the
    image.
    • Press the
    or
    button to move the image.

    Cinema
    Zoom 1

    Formats an image to the cinemascope ratio, 2.35:1.
    It ranges from 1 to 16.
    • Press the
    or
    button to zoom in or out of the
    image.
    • Press the
    or
    button to move the image.
    • If you enlarge or reduce an image, the image may be
    distorted.



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    USING THE PROJECTOR

    33

    Using the Keystone Function
    To prevent the screen image from becoming trapezoidal, Keystone
    adjusts the top and bottom width of the image if the projector is not set up
    at a right angle to the screen.
    Because the Keystone function may cause inferior screen image quality,
    use this function only when it is not possible to set up the projector at an
    optimal angle.
    • Keystone

    0

    ◀ -

    + ▶

    OK

    1  Press the KEY.S

    ,or KEY.S, button to adjust the picture.
    • Keystone can be adjusted from -40 to 40.

    2  Press the OK button when done.



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    34

    USING THE PROJECTOR

    Changing Input Device
    To select an external input
    Selects external input.
    The illustration of the menu may differ from the actual screen on the
    product.
    • Press the INPUT button on the remote control to display the input
    selection screen.
    --Connected inputs are displayed first. However, AV / Component /
    SCREEN SHARE input is always activated.
    • Select an input signal using the remote control's INPUT button to
    connect the projector to the desired input.
    You can use the
    , or
    button to switch between all the input modes.
    Input List

    AV



    ꔂ Move ꔉ OK

    Component

    SCREEN SHARE

    USB

    Input Label

    RGB-PC

    HDMI

    Exit



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    USING THE PROJECTOR

    Selecting an Input Label
    Displays which devices are connected to which input ports.
    Input Label
    AV
    Component
    RGB-PC
    HDMI

    Close

    1  Press the INPUT button on the remote control to display the input
    selection screen.

    2  Press the Red button.
    3  Use the or button to scroll to one of the input sources.
    4  Use the or button to select one of the input labels.

    35



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    36

    USING THE PROJECTOR

    Blank Function
    Using the Blank Function
    This function may be effective when you need to draw attention during a
    meeting or training.

    1  Press the BLANK button, and the screen is covered by the

    background color. You can change the background color by referring
    to Selecting a Blank Image.

    2  Press any button to clear the blank function. To cover the screen

    temporarily, press the BLANK button on the remote control. Do not
    block the lens with any object while the projector is running. It may
    become overheated and deformed or even cause a fire.

    Selecting a Blank Image

    1  Press the SETTINGS button.
    2  Press the , , , or buttons to select OPTION 2 and press
    the OK button.

    3  Press the
    button.

    4  Press the

    ,

    buttons to select Blank Image and press the OK

    or
    button to move to the setting or option you want
    and press the OK button.



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    USING THE PROJECTOR

    Using the Quick Menu
    You can easily customize your frequently used menus.

    1  Press the Q.MENU button.
    2  Press the or button to select a menu and press OK button.
    Menu

    Description

    Aspect Ratio

    Resizes the picture.

    PJT Mode

    Turns the projected image upside down or flips it
    horizontally.

    Picture Mode

    Changes the picture mode.

    Sound Mode

    Sets the sound mode.

    Sleep Timer

    Sets the projector to be turned off at the specified
    time.

    Clear Voice II

    Makes the voice from the projector crisp and clear.

    Energy
    Saving

    Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak
    screen brightness.

    USB Device

    Allows you to remove a connected USB device in a
    safe manner.
    (The menu is displayed only when the USB device is
    connected.)

    3  Press the

    or

    button to scroll through the following menus.

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    38

    ENTERTAINMENT

    ENTERTAINMENT
    Using SCREEN SHARE
    1  Set the external input of the projector to SCREEN SHARE.
    2  Enable related SCREEN SHARE function on the device you wish to
    connect.

    3  Connect the projector from the search list on the device you wish to

    connect. (When you connect the projector to your laptop, input the PIN
    code shown on your display. The request for a PIN will be shown only
    at the initial connection.)

    4  If the desired device accepts the request, SCREEN SHARE will be
    started.

    CAUTION
    • Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 are compatible with SCREEN SHARE. However,
    other versions of Windows, and some other operating systems, may
    not be compatible with SCREEN SHARE.
    • Ice Cream Sandwich, Jellybean, KitKat, and Lollypop versions of
    LG’s Android devices are guaranteed to be compatible.
    • When connecting via SCREEN SHARE, place the device close to
    the projector.
    • The response rate and image quality may vary depending upon the
    user’s environment.
    • For more information on the device you want to connect to, refer to
    its owner’s manual.
    • Certain Windows 8.1 laptops may have difficulty in reconnecting
    when initializing the device information during a wireless connection.
    In this case, it is recommended that you remove the registered
    device and reconnect.



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    ENTERTAINMENT

    39

    Setting Up Bluetooth on the Projector
    This option is used to output sound from the projector through Bluetooth
    audio devices.
    • Press the SETTINGS button on the remote control, and then set
    Bluetooth to On in the WIRELESS menu.

    NOTE
    • The devices that can be connected are as follows: LG BTS1, LG
    HBS-700, LG HBS-730, LG HBS-800 (Models available for purchase
    may vary by region.)
    • Products from other manufacturers may not be compatible.
    • You can use the remote control to adjust the volume of the
    connected device.
    • When connecting devices wirelessly, if the device connection fails,
    check that the device is connected to a power supply and also check
    that the Bluetooth audio device is operating properly.
    • If Bluetooth is turned on, the projector will automatically connect
    to the last connected Bluetooth device when the projector powers
    on. (Be sure to check that the last connected Bluetooth device is
    powered on as well.)
    • This projector does not support the LG TV Sound Sync feature. To
    use products that support the LG TV Sound Sync feature, use the
    general Bluetooth mode instead of the LG TV mode.
    • The Bluetooth function is to connect the product to Bluetooth
    speakers or Bluetooth headset. You cannot connect the product to a
    mobile phone through the Bluetooth function.



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    40

    ENTERTAINMENT

    Searching for Bluetooth Devices and Connecting
    Go to SETTINGS → WIRELESS → Search Device to search for nearby
    Bluetooth audio devices and then connect any detected devices to the
    projector.
    (If the device name is longer than 20 characters, no more than 20 will be
    displayed.)

    1  Set the Bluetooth device to pairing mode and then select Search

    Device.
    • Select Stop searching to view the devices detected so far.
    • If the device has not been detected, check that the device is powered
    on and in pairing mode.
    • The time it takes to search for devices may vary according to the
    signal strength and the number of devices.
    WIRELESS

    ꔂ Move ꔉ OK

    •• SCREEN SHARE

    : [PJTR][LG]PW1500[0000]

    •• Group
    •• Channel
    •• Bluetooth

    : On

    •• Search Device
    •• List of registered devices
    •• AV Sync. Adjust

    * The illustration of the menu may differ from the actual screen on the
    product. (Depending on model)



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    ENTERTAINMENT

    41

    2  When the search is complete, you can select a Bluetooth device and

    connect to it.
    • You can stop the connection process immediately by selecting Stop
    searching.
    • The time it takes to connect to a device may vary according to the
    signal strength and the number of devices.
    Search Device
    List

    Search Device
    Searching...

    Please wait.

    List

    Search complete

    HBS-700

    Press OK(ꔉ) to connect the device.

    Stop searching

    Close

    Re-search

    Close

    3  When a Bluetooth device is connected, you will hear sound from the

    projector through the connected device.
    • The connected Bluetooth device will be added automatically to the
    List of registered devices. Once registered, Bluetooth devices can
    be connected simply by selecting them from the List of registered
    devices without having to search for them.
    • Connected devices can only be disconnected from SETTINGS →
    WIRELESS → List of registered devices.



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    ENTERTAINMENT

    Connecting, Disconnecting, or Deleting Bluetooth
    Devices in the List of registered devices
    In SETTINGS → WIRELESS → List of registered devices, Bluetooth
    devices are shown in the order that they were connected, and the same
    devices can be reconnected simply by selecting them without having to
    search for them again.
    List of registered devices
    List
    HBS-700

    Delete
    Press OK(ꔉ) to connect the device.

    Delete All

    Close

    Connecting
    Select a Bluetooth device from the List of registered devices to connect
    to it.
    • The registered Bluetooth device will attempt to connect automatically
    depending on the characteristics of the device. (Refer to the manual for
    the Bluetooth device.)
    • You can stop the connection process immediately by selecting Stop.
    • The time it takes to connect to a device may vary according to the signal
    strength and the number of devices.
    Disconnecting
    Select Disconnect to disconnect the device.
    • You can only disconnect a device from the List of registered devices.



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    ENTERTAINMENT

    43

    Deleting
    Select Delete Marked or Delete All to delete any registered devices.
    • Delete Marked: Press the red button in List of registered devices to
    delete the selected device.
    • Delete All: Select Delete All in List of registered devices to delete all
    of the registered devices.

    Adjusting AV Sync. Adjust
    When a Bluetooth device is connected, go to SETTINGS → WIRELESS
    → AV Sync. Adjust to adjust the synchronization between the video and
    the Bluetooth headset sound.
    • AV Sync. Adjust

    10 ◀


    OK

    • This feature is only available when a Bluetooth device is connected.
    • Audio sync may vary by manufacturer.
    • When playing video from a connected USB drive, AV Sync. Adjust can
    also be adjusted using the Set Audio. menu.



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    MY MEDIA

    MY MEDIA
    Before Using
    Connecting a USB Device
    Connect a USB device (external
    HDD, USB memory) to the USB port
    of projector to enjoy the content files
    stored in the USB device with your
    projector. You cannot write or delete
    data in the USB device. Connect a
    USB flash drive as shown below.
    USB Flash
    Drive

    Removing a USB Device

    1  Click the Q.MENU button.
    2  Use the or button to move to USB Device and press the OK
    button.

    3  Select a USB to remove. Wait for confirmation that the USB device has
    stopped before removing the USB.



    NOTE
    • If detached early, an error may occur on the projector or the USB
    storage device.
    • Once a USB device has been selected for removal, it can no longer
    be read. Remove the USB storage device and then re-connect it.



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    MY MEDIA

    45

    Tips for using a USB device
    • If the USB storage device has a built-in auto recognition program or uses
    its own driver, it may not work.
    • Some USB storage devices may not work or may work incorrectly.
    • If you use a USB extension cable, the USB device may not be
    recognized or may not work properly.
    • Use only USB storage devices formatted with the Windows FAT32 or
    NTFS file system.
    • For external USB HDDs, it is recommended that you use devices with a
    rated voltage of less than 5 V and a rated current of less than 500 mA.
    • It is recommended to use a Hard Disk Drive with its own power supply.
    (If the power being supplied is not sufficient, the USB storage device
    may not be detected correctly.) Note, a USB Hub is not supported.
    • It is recommended that you use USB flash drives of 32 GB or less and
    USB HDDs of 2 TB or less.
    • If a USB HDD with power-saving function does not work properly, turn
    the power off and on. For more information, refer to the user manual of
    the USB HDD.
    • Data in USB storage device can be damaged so be sure to back
    up important files to other devices. Data maintenance is the user's
    responsibility and the manufacturer is not responsible for data loss.



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    MY MEDIA

    To Use My Media
    1  Press the SETTINGS button on the remote control.
    2  Select MY MEDIA.

    Select desired file from the list. Watch the chosen file.
    Sets play related settings by checking option during disk playback.
    My Media supporting file
    • Maximum data transmission rate: 20 Mbps (Mega bit per second)
    • External supported subtitle formats: *.smi, *.srt, *.sub (MicroDVD,
    SubViewer 1.0/2.0), *.ass, *.ssa, *.txt (TMPlayer), *.psb (PowerDivX)
    • Internal supported subtitle formats: SRT/ASS/SSA (Supports internal
    subtitles generated from DivX6)



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    MY MEDIA

    Video Supported Codec
    Maximum: 1920 x 1080 @ 30p (only Motion JPEG 640 x 480 @ 30p)
    Extension
    .asf
    .wmv

    .divx
    .avi

    .mp4
    .m4v
    .mov
    .mkv
    .ts
    .trp
    .tp
    .mts
    .m2ts
    .vob
    .mpg
    .mpeg

    Codec
    Video

    VC-1 Advanced Profile, VC-1 Simple and Main
    Profiles

    Audio

    WMA Standard, WMA 9 Professional

    Video

    DivX3.11, DivX4, DivX5, DivX6, XVID,
    H.264/AVC

    Audio

    MPEG-1 Layer I, II, MPEG-1 Layer III (MP3),
    Dolby Digital

    Video

    H.264/AVC, MPEG-4 Part 2

    Audio

    AAC

    Video

    H.264/AVC

    Audio

    HE-AAC, Dolby Digital

    Video

    H.264/AVC, MPEG-2, VC-1

    Audio

    MPEG-1 Layer I, II, MPEG-1 Layer III (MP3),
    Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, AAC

    Video

    MPEG-1, MPEG-2

    Audio

    Dolby Digital, MPEG-1 Layer I, II, DVD-LPCM

    Video

    MPEG-1

    Audio

    MPEG-1 Layer I, II

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    Audio File
    File type
    MP3
    AC3
    MPEG
    AAC,
    HEAAC
    CDDA

    LPCM

    Item

    Info

    Bit rate

    32 kbps to 320 kbps

    Sampling rate

    32 kHz to 48 kHz

    Bit rate

    32 kbps to 640 kbps

    Sampling rate

    32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz

    Bit rate

    32 kbps to 448 kbps

    Sampling rate

    32 kHz to 48 kHz

    Bit rate

    24 kbps to 3844 kbps

    Sampling rate

    8 kHz to 96 kHz

    Bit rate

    1.44 kbps

    Sampling rate

    44.1 kHz

    Bit rate

    1.41 Mbps to 9.6 Mbps

    Sampling rate

    Multi-channel : 44.1 kHz, 88.2 kHz /
    48 kHz, 96 kHz
    Stereo : 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz



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    Available photo file
    File type
    2D (jpeg,
    jpg, jpe),
    3D (jps)

    3D (mpo)

    BMP

    PNG

    Item

    Info

    Support
    File type

    SOF0: Baseline, SOF1: Extend Sequential,
    SOF2: Progressive

    Picture
    Size

    Minimum: 64 x 64
    Maximum: Normal Type: 15360 (W) x 8640 (H)
    Progressive Type: 1920 (W) x 1440 (H)

    Support
    File type

    MPO

    Picture
    Size

    4:3 size : 3648 x 2736,
    2592 x 1944,
    2048 x 1536
    3:2 size : 3648 x 2432

    Picture
    Size

    Minimum: 64 x 64
    Maximum: 9600 (W) x 6400 (H)

    Support
    File type

    Interlace, Non-Interlace

    Picture
    Size

    Minimum: 64 x 64
    Maximum: Interlace: 1200 (W) x 800 (H)
    Non-Interlace: 9600 (W) x 6400 (H)

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    Watching the Videos
    In the Movie List, you can watch movies stored on the connected USB
    device.
    Controls playback and sets options while viewing videos.
    Tips for Playing Video Files
    • Some subtitles created by users may not work properly.
    • The video and subtitle files should be placed in the same folder. For
    subtitles to display correctly, the video and subtitle files must have the
    same name.
    • We do not support any stream that contains GMC (Global Motion
    Compensation) or Qpel (Quarterpel Motion Estimation).
    • Only H.264/AVC profile level 4.1 and lower is supported.
    • Video files that exceed 50 GB (gigabyte) are not supported for playback.
    The file size limit is dependent on the encoding environment.
    • DTS audio codec is not supported.



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    Browsing Movie List
    Play a video file stored from a connected device.

    1  Connect a USB storage device.
    2  Press the USB button.
    3  Use the , or button to select Movie List and press the OK
    button.

    4  Use the

    ,
    ,
    the OK button.

    , or

    2

    1

    button to select the file you want and press

    4

    3

    Page 1/1

    Movie List
    USB STORAGE DEVICE

    Drive1

    Drive2

    Drive3

    Drive4

    PAGE

    Drive5

    Page 1/1

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    Go to root folder

    6

    Go to upper folder

    Exit

    7

    8

    No.

    Description
    Thumbnails

    1

    Abnormal file

    File not supported

    2

    File List

    3

    Moves to the upper level folder.

    4

    Current page/Total no. of folder pages

    5

    Current page/Total no. of file pages

    6

    Moves to the top level folder.

    Page Change

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    No.

    Description

    7

    Moves to the upper level folder.

    8

    Exit Movie List.

    5  Control playback by using the following buttons.

    Q.MENU


    Item

    Option

    Hide

    나가기Exit

    Description
    Shows the current playing position. Use
    move forward or backward.

    or

    buttons to

    Stops playing and returns to Movie List.
    Returns to normal playback.
    Pauses the media player.
    If no button is pressed on the remote control for 10 minutes
    after pausing, the playback is restarted.
    Displays in slow motion.
    Whenever this button is pressed, the playback speed is
    changed.: x2, x4, x8, x16, x32
    Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak screen
    brightness.
    Switches to the 3D screen.
    Option
    Hide
    Exit

    A pop-up window will appear.
    Hides the playback bar. Press the OK button to make it appear.
    Returns to the Movie List screen.



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    Options for Movie List

    1  Press the Q.MENU button.
    2  Use the or button to move to a desired option and press the OK
    button.

    3  Use the

    ,

    ,

    , or

    button to set up each item.

    Set Video Play.
    Item
    Picture
    Size
    Audio
    Language

    Subtitle
    Language

    Repeat

    Description
    Selects the size of a playback screen.
    • Full: Files are played in full screen mode according to
    the aspect ratio of video.
    • Original: Displays the video in the original size.
    Allows you to select the language you want for the file with
    multiple audio tracks. This option is not available if the file
    has only one audio track.
    The subtitle can be turned on or off.
    • Language: One of any of the available languages can
    be selected.
    • Code Page: A character set used for a subtitle can
    be selected. By default, the subtitle is displayed in a
    language configured in OPTION 1 → Language.
    --Sync: If a subtitle is not synchronized with its video,
    you can adjust its speed at 0.5 seconds unit.
    --Position: Moves the location of a subtitle.
    --Size: Changes the subtitle font size.
    Turns the repeat function On or Off.
    When it is set to off, the next file can be played
    sequentially if the file name is similar.

    Set Video.
    You can change video settings. (Refer to PICTURE Settings on page 77.)
    Set Audio.
    You can change audio settings. (Refer to AUDIO Settings on page 84.)
    Set 3D Video
    You can set 3D video or 2D video.
    3D setting
    You can set 3D settings. (Refer to OPTION 1 Settings on page 89.)



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    Registering the DivX code
    Checks DivX Reg. Code for replaying DivX protected videos. Register at
    http://vod.divx.com.
    Use Reg. Code to rent or purchase movies at www.divx.com/vod.

    1  In the Settings menu, move to OPTION 1 and press DivX(R) VOD.
    Registration
    Deregistration



    2  Press the
    button.

    or

    Close

    button to move to Registration and press the OK
    You must register your device to
    play DivX(R) protected videos.
    Registration code: XXXXXXXXXX
    Register at http://vod.divx.com



    OK

    3  Check the DivX Registration code.


    NOTE
    • Rented/purchased DivX files cannot be played if the DivX
    Registration Code of a different device is used. Use only the DivX
    Registration Code granted to this specific device.
    • Converted files not conforming to the DivX Codec Standard may not
    play or may produce abnormal sound.



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    To deregister the DivX code
    Use the DivX deregistration code to deactivate the DivX DRM function.

    1  In the Settings menu, move to OPTION 1 and press DivX(R) VOD.
    2  Use the or button to go to Deregistration and press the OK
    button.

    Registration
    Deregistration

    Close

    Your device is already registered.
    Are you sure you wish to deregister?
    Yes

    No

    Deregistration code : ********
    Deregister at http://vod.divx.com
    Continue with registration?
    Yes

    No

    3  Select Yes.


    NOTE
    • What is DRM [Digital Rights Management]?
    DRM technologies and services protect the interests and rights of
    copyright holders by preventing illegal use of digital content. Files
    can be played after the license is verified through an online method,
    etc.

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    Viewing the Photos
    You can view photos stored on a connected device.
    Supported Photo Files
    PHOTO (*.JPEG)
    Baseline: 64-pixel (width) x 64-pixel (height) - 15360-pixel (width) x
    8640-pixel (height)
    Progressive: 64-pixel (width) x 64-pixel (height) - 1920-pixel (width) x
    1440-pixel (height)
    • Non-supported files are displayed in the form of an icon.
    • An error message is displayed for corrupted files or file formats that
    cannot be played.
    • Corrupted files may not be displayed properly.
    • It may take some time to view high-resolution images in full screen.



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    Browsing Photo List

    1  Connect a USB storage device.
    2  Press the USB button.
    3  Use the or buttons to select Photo List and press the OK button.
    4  Use the , , , or button to select the file you want and press
    the OK button.

    4

    3

    2

    1

    Page 1/1

    Photo List
    USB STORAGE DEVICE

    Drive1

    Drive2

    Drive3

    Drive4

    PAGE

    Drive5

    Page 1/1

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    06/09/2014

    Go to root folder

    6

    Go to upper folder

    Exit

    7

    No.

    8
    Description

    Thumbnails
    Abnormal file

    1
    File not supported

    2

    File List

    3

    Moves to the upper level folder.

    4

    Current page/Total no. of folder pages

    5

    Current page/Total no. of file pages

    6

    Moves to the top level folder.

    7

    Moves to the upper level folder.

    8

    Exit

    Page Change

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    5  Control playback by using the following buttons.
    01_a.jpg
    2008/12/10
    1920 x 1080
    479 KB
    [1/4]

    Slideshow

    Item

    BGM

    Q.MENU

    Option

    Hide

    Exit

    Description
    Selects the previous or next photo.

    Slideshow

    All photos are displayed during slide show.
    • Set Slide Speed in the Option → Set Photo View. menu.

    BGM

    You can listen to music while viewing photos in full size.
    • Set the BGM in the Option → Set Photo View. menu.
    Rotates photos.
    • Rotates a photo 90°, 180°, 270°, 360° clockwise.
    • Photos cannot be rotated if their width is greater than
    the height of the max. supported resolution.
    Views the photo in full mode or original mode.
    Press the blue button to enlarge the image.
    Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak screen
    brightness.
    Switches to the 3D screen.

    Option

    A pop-up window will appear.

    Hide

    Hides the menu on the full size screen.
    • To see the menu, press the OK button on the remote
    control.

    Exit

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    Options for Photo List

    1  Press the Q.MENU button.
    2  Use the or button to move to a desired option and press the OK
    button.

    3  Use the

    ,

    ,

    , or

    button to set up each item.

    Set Photo View.
    Item

    Description

    Slide speed

    Selects a slideshow speed.

    BGM

    Selects a music folder for the background music.
    • You cannot change the music folder while the
    background music is playing.
    • For background music, only the folder from the same
    device can be selected.
    --Repeat: Selects repeat play.
    --Random: Selects random play.

    Set Video.
    You can change video settings. (Refer to PICTURE Settings on page 77.)
    Set Audio.
    You can change audio settings. (Refer to AUDIO Settings on page 84.)
    Set 3D Video
    You can set 3D image or 2D image.
    3D setting
    You can set 3D settings. (Refer to OPTION 1 Settings on page 89.)



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    Listening to Music
    You can play audio files stored on the connected device.
    Supported Music Files
    *.MP3
    Bit rate range 32 Kbps to 320 Kbps
    • Sampling rate MPEG1 Layer3: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
    • Sampling rate MPEG2 Layer3: 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz



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    Browsing Music List

    1  Connect a USB storage device.
    2  Press the USB button.
    3  Use the or button to select Music List and press the OK button.
    4  Use the , , , or button to select the file you want and press
    the OK button.

    4

    3

    2

    1

    Page 1/1

    Music List
    USB STORAGE DEVICE

    Drive1

    Drive2

    Drive3

    Drive4

    PAGE

    Drive5

    Page 1/1

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    03:25

    Go to root folder

    6

    Go to upper folder

    Exit

    7

    No.

    8
    Description

    Thumbnails
    Abnormal file

    1
    File not supported

    2

    File List

    3

    Moves to the upper level folder.

    4

    Current page/Total no. of folder pages

    5

    Current page/Total no. of file pages

    6

    Moves to the top level folder.

    7

    Moves to the upper level folder.

    8

    Exit

    Page Change

    5



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    5  Control playback by using the following buttons.
    Page 1/1

    Music List
    USB STORAGE DEVICE

    Drive1

    PAGE

    Page Change

    Page 1/1

    Butterfly_...
    03:25

    002. - B02.mp3
    Q.MENU

    Item

    Option

    Hide

    Exit

    Description
    Changes the playing position.
    Stops playing.
    Returns to normal playback.
    Pauses the media player.
    Plays the previous/next file.
    Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak screen
    brightness.

    Option

    Sets up the options of Music List.

    Hide

    Hides the playback bar.
    • Press the OK button to make the playback bar appear.

    Exit

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    Options for Music List

    1  Press the Q.MENU button.
    2  Use the or button to move to a desired option and press the OK
    button.

    3  Use the

    ,

    ,

    , or

    button to set up each item.

    Set Audio Play.
    Item

    Description

    Repeat

    Selects repeat play.

    Random

    Selects random play.

    Set Audio.
    You can change audio settings. (Refer to AUDIO Settings on page 84.)



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    Viewing Files
    You can see document files stored on a connected device.
    Supported File Formats
    XLS, XLSX, DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, TXT, PDF, HWP
    Microsoft Office: 97/2000/2002/2003/2007 Version
    Adobe PDF: 1.0/1.1/1.2/1.3/1.4 Version
    Hangul: 97/2000/2002/2005/2007 Version
    • File Viewer realigns a document, so it may look different from what is
    displayed on a PC.
    • For documents that include images, the resolution may look lower during
    the realigning process.
    • If the document is large or has many pages, it may take longer to load.
    • Unsupported fonts may be replaced by other fonts.
    • The file viewer may not open for Office documents that contain many
    high resolution images. In that case, reduce the image file size, save it
    on a USB storage device and run the file viewer again or connect your
    PC to the projector and open the file on your PC.



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    Browsing File List

    1  Connect a USB storage device.
    2  Press the USB button.
    3  Use the or button to select File List and press the OK button.
    4  Use the , , , or button to select the file you want and press
    the OK button.

    Page 1/1

    File List
    USB STORAGE DEVICE

    DOC

    3

    2

    1

    Drive1

    Drive2

    Drive3

    Drive4

    PAGE

    Drive5

    Page 1/1

    Butterfly_...
    06/09/2014

    Go to root folder

    Go to upper folder

    Exit

    5

    6

    7

    No.

    Description

    1

    File List

    2

    Moves to the upper level folder.

    3

    Current page/Total no. of folder pages

    4

    Current page/Total no. of file pages

    5

    Moves to the top level folder.

    6

    Moves to the upper level folder.

    7

    Exit

    Page Change

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    5  Control playback by using the following buttons.
    • Click Go Page, then the pop-up window for selecting the number of
    page appears. Input the page to move to the page you want.
    • Press the VOLUME +, - button to zoom in or zoom out.
    Press the OK button and then use the Up/Down/Left/Right buttons to
    move to Go Page or Zoom.

    Go Page

    Item

    ꔦ Zoom

    Q.MENU

    Option

    Hide

    Exit

    Description

    Go Page

    Moves to the page you want.
    Use the Up/Down/Left/Right buttons to select a page
    and press the OK button.

    Zoom

    Enlarges or reduces the document.

    Option

    Sets up the options of File Viewer.

    Hide

    Hides the menu.
    • Press the OK button to make it appear.

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    Options for File List

    1  Press the Q.MENU button.
    2  Use the , , , or

    button to set up each item.

    Set FileViewer Option
    Item

    Single Page
    Loading

    Image Quality
    Docu­ment
    Align

    Description
    On

    Loads and displays pages one by one. The
    initial loading time is short but a content-heavy
    page may be displayed slowly.

    Off

    Loads all pages of a file to memory before it
    starts to display them. The initial loading time is
    long but you can navigate pages quickly after
    loading is complete.
    If a file is too large, it may fail to load all the
    pages.

    You can set the quality of the image included in the
    document. The following three options are available
    for the image quality: High, Medium, Low. Higher the
    image quality, lower the display time.
    Selects initial document align method.

    File Viewer settings are default, so close the currently opened document to
    apply changes to the new document, if any.



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    3D FUNCTION
    3D technology uses different video frames for each eye to add depth to the
    video.

    While Watching 3D
    WARNING
    • If you view 3D video or images too closely for a long period of time, you
    may experience eyestrain.
    • If you watch the projector or game screen for a long time with 3D
    glasses on, you may experience dizziness or eye fatigue.
    • People with chronic diseases (epilepsy, cardiovascular disease, blood
    pressure-related diseases, etc.), pregnant women, and people with
    serious motion sickness should avoid watching 3D video.
    • People with stereo blindness, or with stereopsis problems, should also
    avoid watching 3D video content. It may cause double vision or visual
    discomfort.
    • People with strabismus, amblyopia, or astigmatism may have difficulty
    perceiving video depth and may be fatigued easily due to double vision
    or other ailments. It is recommended to rest more frequently than other
    viewers.
    • Because 3D can be perceived as real, some viewers may be surprised
    or overexcited.
    • Do not watch 3D images near fragile objects or any objects that can be
    knocked over easily.
    • Take care not to injure yourself as you may subconsciously try to move
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    • Warning about photosensitivity seizures
    --Some users may experience a seizure or other abnormal symptoms
    when they are exposed to a flashing light or particular patterns from
    a video game. If anyone in your family has a history of epilepsy or
    has ever experienced any kind of seizure, please consult your doctor
    before viewing 3D images.
    If you experience one of the following symptoms while watching a 3D
    video, stop watching the 3D video immediately and take a rest.
    --Dizziness, switched eyesight, twitching of the eye or facial muscles,
    involuntary movements, cramp, loss of consciousness, confusion,
    loss of sense of direction, or nausea. If the symptom does not
    disappear, please consult your doctor.
    • You can reduce the risk of photosensitive seizures by taking the
    following preventive measures.
    --Take a rest of 5 to 15 mins. for every 1 hour of viewing.
    --If vision varies between each eye, correct the variation before
    beginning to watch a 3D video.
    --Ensure that the 3D video is directly in front of you, at eye level.
    --You should stop watching if you experience a headache, fatigue, or
    dizziness.
    --Do not view 3D images for a long period of time when you are tired
    or ill.
    CAUTION
    • Extra special care is required for children watching a 3D video.



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    When Watching 3D Video
    • Prevent children of 5 years or younger from watching a 3D video. It may
    impair the development of their eyes.
    • Children 10 years old or younger are still developing their eyesight and
    may have an excessive tendency to touch or jump at the screen. Adult
    guidance and supervision is recommended.
    • Since the distance between the eyes is narrower for children than in
    adults, children tend to notice a greater difference in the images seen by
    each eye. Therefore, even while watching the same 3D video, children
    may have a greater depth perception than adults.
    • Children under 19 years old or younger may respond with sensitivity to
    the light stimuli of 3D content. Excessive viewing when fatigued is not
    recommended.
    • Elderly viewers may have a reduced depth perception than younger
    viewers. Avoid watching video nearer than the recommended distance.
    • Watch 3D images within the optimum viewing angle and distance.
    • If you are outside the viewing angle or distance, you may not be able to
    see 3D images. You cannot view 3D images when you are lying down.
    • You may see left and right images overlapped during projector
    initialization after it is powered on. It may take some time for
    optimization.
    • It may take some time for the 3D image to look normal after you turn
    your eyes away from the screen and look back at the 3D image.
    • It may flicker slightly while watching 3D images under a 3 wavelength
    lamp fluorescent light (50 Hz to 60 Hz) or near windows. If so, it is
    recommended to block the sun light with a curtain and to dim the lights.
    • The 3D glasses must be DLP-LINK (DLP Ready) type.
    • You may not be able to watch 3D properly if there is an obstacle
    between the projector and 3D glasses.
    • Install the 3D projector as far as possible from other devices.
    • If a future 3D broadcasting format that is not supported by this projector
    becomes the standard, an additional device such as a set-top box may
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    Please check the following when using 3D glasses.
    • Do not use 3D glasses as ordinary glasses, sunglasses, or protective
    goggles.
    --If you do so, this may cause injury.
    • Do not store 3D glasses in very hot or very cold conditions. If you do,
    this may cause them to become distorted. Do not use distorted glasses.
    • Do not drop 3D glasses or allow them to come into contact with other
    objects.
    --This may cause product malfunction.
    • The lenses of 3D glasses are easily scratched. Use a soft clean cloth
    when cleaning them.
    • Foreign particles on the cloth may cause scratches.
    • Do not scratch the surface of the 3D glasses' lenses with sharp objects
    or wipe them with chemicals. If the lenses get scratched, images may
    not look normal when viewing 3D.



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    Requirements for Watching 3D Images
    * Optimum viewing angle: Top/Bottom/Left/Right 9°
    Recommended viewing distance: 3 m
    Recommended screen size: 101 cm


    * Watching 3D videos should be done in dark room environments only.

    NOTE
    • The pairing with the DLP-LINK glasses is affected by the intensity of
    light reflected from the screen. Therefore, the pairing with DLP-LINK
    glasses may not work properly if the light reflected from the screen is
    not bright enough, such as when the surrounding area is bright, the
    screen is big, or the maximum energy saving mode is enabled.
    • Some menus may not work while playing a 3D video.
    • You can only watch a 3D video properly when the 3D video format
    option has been selected on the projector.



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    Using the DLP-LINK (DLP-Ready) Type Glasses

    1  While watching 3D images from the projector, press buttons on the
    glasses.

    2  When you press the button, the glasses flicker while synchronizing with
    the 3D images. (The flickering is a unique operation method of DLPLINK type glasses. It may be different depending on the glasses type.)

    3  If the glasses flicker or problems occur while watching 3D, first turn

    the lights off to make the room darker. Contact your projector seller for
    queries about the glasses.

    To view 3D images
    3D imaging is a technology that utilizes the slight difference in left/
    right eyes to make the images on the projector appear just like real-life
    3-dimensional space.

    1  Play supported 3D video titles.
    2  Press the 3D button to activate 3D.
    3  Turn on the 3D glasses and put them on.
    4  While viewing 3D images, press the 3D button on the remote control to
    end 3D image viewing.

    5  Press the L/R button to switch the playing direction of an image. Select
    a screen with better 3D display quality.
    --If you press the 3D button during viewing, it returns to 2D.

    * Depending on the input signal, the available 3D type may differ.



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    Supported 3D Mode
    Horizontal Vertical
    Signal Resolution Frequency Frequency
    (kHz)
    (Hz)

    720p

    1080i

    1280 x
    720

    1080p

    89.9 /
    90

    59.94 /
    60

    Frame Packing

    75

    50

    Frame Packing

    45

    60

    Side by side
    (half), Top and
    Bottom

    37.5

    50

    Side by side
    (half), Top and
    Bottom

    33.7

    60

    Side by side
    (half), Top and
    Bottom

    28.125

    50

    Side by side
    (half), Top and
    Bottom

    53.95 /
    54

    23.98 /
    24

    Frame Packing

    1920 x
    1080

    HDMI

    1920 x
    1080

    Supported 3D
    Formats

    67.5

    60

    Side by side
    (half), Top
    and Bottom,
    Single Frame
    Sequential

    27

    24

    Side by side
    (half), Top and
    Bottom

    33.7

    30

    Side by side
    (half), Top and
    Bottom

    50

    Side by
    side(half), Top
    and Bottom,
    Single Frame
    Sequential

    28.125



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    3D FUNCTION

    Horizontal Vertical
    Signal Resolution Frequency Frequency
    (kHz)
    (Hz)

    75

    Supported 3D
    Formats

    USB

    1080p

    1920 x
    1080

    33.75

    30

    Side by side,
    Top and Bottom,
    MPO, JPS
    (Photo)

    RGB

    1080p

    1920 x
    1080

    67.5

    60

    Side by
    side(half), Top
    and Bottom



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
    SETTINGS
    1  Press the SETTINGS button.
    2  Use the , , , or button to select the desired item and press
    the OK button.

    3  Use the

    ,
    ,
    the OK button.

    , or

    button to set up the desired item and press

    4  Press the EXIT button when completed.
    Menu

    Description

    PICTURE

    Adjusts the image quality for optimal viewing.

    AUDIO

    Adjusts the sound quality and volume level.

    TIME

    Sets time-related settings.

    WIRELESS

    Wireless-related features.

    OPTION 1

    Customizes the general settings.

    OPTION 2

    Customizes the settings related the projector.

    INPUT

    Selects the desired input source.

    MY MEDIA

    Accesses photo, music, movie, and document files.



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    77

    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    PICTURE Settings
    1  Press the SETTINGS button.
    2  Use the , , , or
    buttons to select PICTURE
    and press the OK button.

    3  Use the

    PICTURE

    ꔂ Move

    •• ꕊ Energy Saving : Medium
    •• Picture Mode

    ,
    ,
    , or
    button to set up the desired
    item and press the OK
    button.
    --To return to the previous
    menu, press the
    button.

    : Standard

    •• Contrast 100
    •• Brightness 50
    •• Sharpness 10
    •• Color

    55

    •• Tint

    0

    R

    4  Press the EXIT button when
    completed.

    The available picture settings are described as follows.
    Menu

    Energy
    Saving

    ꔉ OK

    Description
    Reduces power consumption by adjusting peak
    screen brightness.
    Mode
    Minimum/
    Applies the pre-set Energy Saving
    Medium/
    mode.
    Maximum

    G



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    Menu

    Description

    Picture Mode

    Selects the picture mode optimized for the viewing
    environment or the program.
    You can also customize advanced options for each
    mode.
    Mode
    Maximizes the visual effect of video.
    Vivid
    Heightens contrast, brightness, and
    sharpness to display vivid images.
    Displays images in standard levels of
    Standard
    contrast, brightness, and sharpness.
    Cinema
    Optimizes the image for a movie.
    Optimizes the image for sports by
    Sport
    emphasizing primary colors and
    dynamic actions.
    Optimizes the image for playing games
    Game
    on fast-moving screens.
    Menu for adjusting picture quality that
    allows experts and amateurs to enjoy
    the best projector viewing.
    Expert1 /
    --Expert mode is for picture tuning
    Expert2
    professionals to control and fine-tune
    using a specific image. For normal
    images, the effects may not be
    dramatic.

    Contrast

    Adjusts the difference between bright and dark
    regions of the screen.

    Brightness

    Adjusts the overall screen brightness.

    Sharpness

    Adjusts the sharpness of the borders between bright
    and dark. Horizontal and Vertical Sharpness are
    available only in Expert1 / Expert2.

    Color

    Adjusts the intensity of all colors.

    Tint

    Adjusts the balance between red and green levels.

    Advanced
    Control

    Customizes the advanced settings.

    Picture Option

    Sets optional settings.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    Menu

    79

    Description

    Picture Reset

    Resets values customized by the user.
    Each picture mode is reset. Select the picture mode
    you wish to reset.

    Aspect Ratio

    Resizes the picture.
    Adjusts the picture quality of RGB-PC input.
    Option

    Screen (RGBPC)

    Resolution

    Available resolutions are 768
    resolution (1024 x 768/ 1280 x 768/
    1360 x 768, 60 Hz) and 1050
    resolution (1400 x 1050/ 1680 x 1050,
    60 Hz).

    Auto
    Config.

    Provides optimized picture quality by
    automatically calibrating the mismatch
    of horizontal width and picture shake
    caused by clashes between the
    internal settings of the projector and
    various PC graphic signals.
    • You can also use the AUTO button
    on the remote control.

    Position

    Moves the image up/down/left/right.

    Size

    Changes the screen size.

    Phase

    Makes the picture look clear by
    removing horizontal noise.

    Reset

    Restores all the settings to the factory
    default.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    Advanced Control
    Menu

    Description

    Dynamic
    Contrast

    Adjusts contrast and color to the optimal level according
    to the screen’s brightness.

    Dynamic
    Color

    Adjusts colors for more natural-looking colors.

    Color
    Gamut

    Selects the range of colors that can be expressed.
    • Standard: Displays the original colors of an input
    signal regardless of the display features.
    • Wide: Makes use of the display's rich colors.

    Skin Color

    Skin color spectrum can be separately set to implement
    the skin color as defined by the user.

    Sky Color

    Sky color is set separately.

    Grass Color

    Natural color spectrum (meadows, hills, etc.) can be
    separately set.

    Gamma

    Sets the gradation curve according to the output of the
    picture signal in relation to the input signal.

    * Depending on input signal or other picture settings, the range of detailed
    items for adjustment may differ.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    81

    Expert Control
    Menu

    Description

    Dynamic
    Contrast

    Adjusts contrast and color to the optimal level
    according to the screen’s brightness.

    Color Gamut

    Selects the range of colors that can be expressed.
    • Standard: Displays the original colors of an input
    signal regardless of the display features.
    • Wide: Makes use of the display's rich colors.

    Edge
    Enhancer

    Shows clearer and distinctive yet natural edges of the
    video.

    Color Filter

    Filters a specific color spectrum in RGB colors to finetune color saturation and hue accurately.
    In Expert mode, you can customize the options of each
    mode.

    Color
    Temperature

    Gamma: Select 1.9, 2.2,or 2.4.
    a. Method: 2 Points
    --Pattern: Inner, Outer
    --Points: Low, High
    --Red/Green/Blue: The adjustment range for each
    color is from -50 to +50.
    --Apply to all inputs: The values of the Color
    Temperature is applied to all the input modes.
    b. Method: 20 Point IRE
    --Pattern: Inner, Outer
    --IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers) is the unit
    indicating the size of a video signal and can be
    set to 5,10,15, ... 100. You can fine-tune for each
    setting as shown below.
    --Luminance: The adjustment range is 50 to 500.
    --Red/Green/Blue: The adjustment range is -50 to
    +50.
    --Apply to all inputs: The values of the Color
    Temperature is applied to all the input modes.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    Menu

    Description

    Color
    Management
    System

    Adjusts Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow colors.
    Allows an expert to adjust the tint using a test pattern.
    Six colors (Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow) can
    be selectively adjusted without affecting other colors.
    You may not see colors change on a normal picture
    even after adjustment.
    --Saturation Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Magenta/
    Yellow,
    Tint Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow,
    Luminance Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Magenta/
    Yellow:
    The adjustment range is -30 to +30 each.

    * Depending on input signal or other picture settings, the range of detailed
    items for adjustment may differ.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    Picture Option
    Menu

    Description

    Noise Reduction

    Reduces screen noise in the video.

    MPEG Noise
    Reduction

    Eliminates noise generated while creating digital
    picture signals.

    Black Level

    Adjusts the brightness or darkness of the screen
    to suit the black level of the picture input using the
    degree of darkness (black level) of the screen.

    Real Cinema

    Optimizes the screen for movie viewing.

    Color
    Temperature

    Adjusts the overall color of the screen to suit your
    preference.
    Select Warm, Natural, Cool, or Medium.

    83



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    AUDIO Settings
    1  Press the SETTINGS button.
    2  Use the , , , or
    button to select AUDIO and
    press the OK button.

    AUDIO
    •• Sound Mode

    ꔂ Move

    ꔉ OK

    : Standard

    •• Sound Effect

    3  Use the

    ,
    ,
    , or
    button to set up the desired
    item and press the OK
    button.
    --To return to the previous
    menu, press the
    button.

    •• Auto Volume

    : Off

    4  Press the EXIT button when
    completed.

    The available audio settings are described as follows.
    Menu
    Sound
    Mode

    Description
    Sets the sound mode.
    Standard
    News/Music/
    Cinema/
    Sport/Game

    Mode
    Suitable for all types of video.
    Sets audio optimized for a specific genre.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    Menu
    Sound
    Effect

    Description
    The user can select various sound effects.
    Mode
    Clear Voice II

    Auto
    Volume

    85

    Makes the voice from the projector crisp
    and clear.
    Virtual
    LG’s proprietary audio processing
    Surround
    technology allows 5 channel-like surround
    sound from two speakers.
    • When Clear Voice II is set to on,
    Virtual Surround cannot be selected.
    Equalizer
    Adjusts the volume to a level of your
    choice using the Equalizer.
    • Audio-band (100 Hz/ 300 Hz/ 1 kHz/
    3 kHz/ 10 kHz) can be adjusted from
    -10 to 10.
    • Reset: Resets voice options that the
    user has changed.
    Balance
    Adjusts the balance of the left and right
    speakers.
    Reset
    Initialize the applied effect under the
    Sound Effect menu.
    Automatically adjusts the volume level.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    TIME Settings
    1  Press the SETTINGS button.
    2  Use the , , , or
    button to select TIME and
    press the OK button.

    3  Use the

    ,
    ,
    , or
    button to set up the desired
    item and press the OK
    button.
    --To return to the previous
    menu, press the
    button.

    TIME

    ꔂ Move

    •• Sleep Timer

    : Off

    •• Auto Off

    : 60 min.

    ꔉ OK

    •• Automatic Standby : 4 hours

    4  Press the EXIT button when
    completed.

    The available time settings are described as follows.
    Menu

    Description

    Sleep
    Timer

    Turns off the projector after a preset number of minutes.
    To cancel the Sleep Timer, select Off.

    Auto Off

    If there is no input signal or button press, the projector
    automatically turns off after the preset time has elapsed.

    Automatic
    Standby

    Turns off the projector automatically after a set period of
    time if there is no button input on the projector.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    WIRELESS Settings
    * The illustration of the menu may differ from the actual screen on the
    product. (Depending on model)

    1  Press the SETTINGS button.
    2  Use the , , , or
    button to select WIRELESS
    and press the OK button.

    WIRELESS
    •• SCREEN SHARE

    ꔉ OK

    : [PJTR][LG]PW1500[0000]

    •• Group

    3  Use the

    ,
    ,
    , or
    button to set up the desired
    item and press the OK button.
    --To return to the previous
    menu, press the
    button.

    ꔂ Move

    •• Channel
    •• Bluetooth

    : Off

    •• Search Device
    •• List of registered devices
    •• AV Sync. Adjust

    4  Press the EXIT button when
    completed.

    The available wireless settings are described as follows.
    Menu

    Description
    The SCREEN SHARE displays the screen of the
    connected device.
    • You can check the SCREEN SHARE's ID.
    Mode
    Group

    This is the group setting for each device
    supporting the SCREEN SHARE feature. When
    the wireless connection is weak or unstable,
    adjust the group setting to correct the problem.

    Channel

    You can change the channel used for wireless
    connections.
    • Search Channels: Select channel
    searching methods.
    --Auto: The projector searches for
    available channels and automatically
    selects the least used channel.
    --Manual: You can select a channel
    manually.
    • Channel: This is shown when Search
    Channels is set to Manual. It allows you to
    specify a channel number to use.

    SCREEN
    SHARE



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    Menu

    Description

    Sound is output through the Bluetooth headset.
    First, set Bluetooth to On.
    Item
    Search
    Search for the device to connect to.
    Device
    Bluetooth List of
    Connected devices are saved in the List
    registered of registered devices. The saved list of
    devices
    registered devices can be displayed.
    When the video and the sound are not
    AV Sync.
    synchronized correctly, you can manually
    Adjust
    adjust the synchronization.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    OPTION 1 Settings
    1  Press the SETTINGS button.
    2  Use the , , , or

    OPTION 1

    ꔂ Move

    button to select OPTION 1
    and press the OK button.

    •• Language

    ,
    ,
    , or
    button to set up the desired
    item and press the OK
    button.
    --To return to the previous
    menu, press the
    button.

    •• Auto Input Search : Off

    3  Use the

    89

    ꔉ OK

    •• 3D Mode
    •• DivX(R) VOD
    •• Initial Setting
    •• Set ID

    :1

    •• Mode Setting

    : Standard

    4  Press the EXIT button when
    completed.

    The available option 1 settings are described as follows.
    Menu
    Language

    Description
    Selects a desired Menu Language.
    Adjusts various aspects of 3D imaging.

    3D Mode

    Mode
    3D Picture
    Correction

    Switches left/right images of 3D video.

    Auto Input
    Search

    Automatically searches for and displays the input
    signal type when it is received. It is available only with
    external inputs (RGB-PC, HDMI, AV, and Component).

    DivX(R) VOD

    Sets DivX related settings.

    Initial Setting

    Resets all the projector settings to the factory default.
    Do not turn off the power during initialization.

    Set ID

    The range of the Set ID is 1 to 99.
    Only the saved Set ID takes effect.

    Mode Setting

    Selects Standard or Store Demo.
    When in use in home, please select Standard.
    Store Demo mode is for store display.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    OPTION 2 Settings
    1  Press the SETTINGS button.
    2  Use the , , , or
    button to select OPTION 2
    and press the OK button.

    3  Use the

    ,
    ,
    , or
    button to set up the desired
    item and press the OK
    button.
    --To return to the previous
    menu, press the
    button.

    OPTION 2

    ꔂ Move

    •• Keystone
    •• Auto Keystone

    : On

    •• PJT Mode

    : Front

    •• High Altitude

    : Off

    •• Blank Image

    : Blue

    •• Auto Power

    : Off

    0

    ꔉ OK

    -

    +

    •• Self Diagnosis

    4  Press the EXIT button when
    completed.

    The settings for option 2 are described as follows.
    Menu
    Keystone

    Auto
    Keystone

    PJT Mode

    Description
    To prevent the screen image from becoming trapezoidal,
    Keystone adjusts the top and bottom width of the image if
    the projector is not set at a right angle to the screen.
    Auto Keystone provides a rectangular screen image by
    automatically adjusting the Keystone number when there
    is a trapezoidal screen image caused by tilting of the
    projector.
    Item
    On

    Automatically adjusts the Keystone number.

    Off

    Manually adjusts the Keystone number.

    This function turns the projected image upside down or
    flips horizontal.
    • Select Rear when projecting from the back of the
    transparent screen purchased separately.
    • Select Front Ceiling when installing the product on the
    ceiling.
    • When the PJT Mode is Rear Ceiling/Front Ceiling,
    the left/right of the speaker changes automatically.



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    CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS

    Menu

    Description

    High
    Altitude

    If the projector is used at an altitude higher than 1200
    meters, turn this on.
    Otherwise, the projector may overheat or its protection
    function may be activated. If this happens, turn the
    projector off and then on again after waiting for several
    minutes.

    Blank
    Image

    Selects a background for blank image.
    Makes the projector turn on automatically when the
    adaptor plug is inserted.

    Auto
    Power

    Self
    Diagnosis

    Item
    On

    When the AC/DC plug is connected to the
    projector, it turns on automatically.

    Off

    When the AC/DC plug is connected to the
    projector, it goes into standby mode.

    Troubleshoots functional problems that can arise while
    using the product.

    91



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    92

    CONNECTING DEVICES

    CONNECTING DEVICES
    You can connect various external devices to the projector.
    Computer/Notebook



    DVD

    Video

    Digital Device
    USB

    Game Console

    Headphones
    Mobile Phone
    HDMI - Page 93
    Component - Page 94
    Composite (AV) - Page 94
    RGB - Page 96
    USB Device - Page 44
    Headphone - Page 98
    Mobile Phone (MHL/Slimport) - Page 99



  • Page 93

    CONNECTING DEVICES

    Connecting to HD
    Receiver, DVD, VCR
    Player, or External
    Devices
    Connect an HD receiver, DVD,
    VCR player, or External Devices
    to the projector and select an
    appropriate input mode.

    93

    HDMI to DVI Connection
    Using an HDMI to DVI cable,
    connect the projector's
    port to the DVI OUT
    port.
    To output audio, use an audio
    cable for connection.
    Press the INPUT button on the
    remote control to select HDMI.

    HDMI Connection
    With an HDMI cable, you can
    enjoy high quality picture and
    sound.
    Using a HDMI cable, connect the
    RS-232C IN
    RS-232C IN
    port of the projector
    to the HDMI output port of the
    device to connect. Both video and
    audio are output at the same time.
    Press the INPUT button on the
    remote control to select HDMI.

    RS-232C IN

    * Not
    provided

    * Optional
    Extras

    RS-232C IN

    DVI OUT

    RS-232C IN

    * Optional
    Extras

    +'0,

    AUDIO OUT



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    94

    CONNECTING DEVICES

    Composite (AV)
    Connection

    Component Connection

    Connect the output ports of an
    external device and the AV IN
    ports of the projector using an AV
    cable. Press the INPUT button on
    the remote control to select AV.
    Check whether cables of the same
    color are connected properly.

    You can enjoy a video by
    connecting the Component port
    of an external device to the RGB
    IN port of the projector. Press
    the INPUT button on the remote
    control to select Component.
    Check whether cables of the same
    color are connected properly.

    RS-232C IN

    RS-232C IN

    RS-232C IN

    * Optional
    Extras
    (Video)

    IN
    *RS-232C
    Accessories

    Red

    White

    3%
    9,'(2287

    35

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    Red

    White

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    Blue

    Green

    Red

    White

    Yellow

    /HIW

    Red

    White

    Red

    Yellow

    Red

    Blue

    Green

    Blue

    Green

    White

    Red

    White

    Yellow

    Red

    Yellow

    * Not
    provided
    (Audio)

    * Optional
    Extras
    (Video)

    * Not
    provided

    9,'(2287

    * Accessories
    (Audio)



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    CONNECTING DEVICES

    Connecting a PC
    The projector supports Plug and
    Play. Your PC will automatically
    detect the projector and requires
    no driver installation.

    HDMI Connection
    Using an HDMI cable, connect the
    port of the projector
    to the HDMI output port of your
    PC. Both video and audio are
    output at the same time.
    Press the INPUT button on the
    remote control to select HDMI.
    RS-232C IN

    95

    HDMI to DVI Connection
    Using an HDMI to DVI cable,
    connect the projector's
    port to the DVI OUT
    port.
    To output audio, use an audio
    cable for connection.
    Press the INPUT button on the
    remote control to select HDMI.

    RS-232C IN

    RS-232C IN

    * Not
    provided

    RS-232C IN

    * Optional
    Extras

    RS-232C IN

    * Optional
    Extras
    DVI OUT

    +'0,

    AUDIO OUT



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    CONNECTING DEVICES

    RGB Connection
    Connect the PC output and the
    PC video input port of the projector
    with the RGB cable.
    For audio signal, connect
    the PC
    RS-232C IN
    and the projector
    an optional
    RS-232C with
    IN
    audio cable.
    Press the INPUT button on the
    remote control to select RGB-PC.

    RS-232C IN

    * Optional
    Extras

    * Optional
    Extras

    RS-232C IN

    * Accessories
    Red

    White

    Yellow

    * Optional
    Extras
    Red

    White

    5*%287 3&

    * Not
    provided

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    You can connect the audio cable
    without using a gender as shown
    in the illustration above.



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    CONNECTING DEVICES

    Connecting a Laptop
    You can connect the projector to a
    laptop to use various functions.

    HDMI Connection
    Using an HDMI cable, connect the
    port of the projector
    to the HDMI output port of your
    laptop. Both video and audio are
    output at the same time.
    Press the INPUT button on the
    remote control to select HDMI.

    RS-232C IN

    RS-232C IN

    * Optional
    Extras

    +'0,

    97

    The table below shows examples
    of switching the output. For
    more information, refer to the
    External Output, Connecting to
    an External Monitor, or similar
    sections of the owner's manual of
    your computer.
    Brand

    Switching
    Output

    NEC

    Fn + F3

    Panasonic

    Fn + F3

    Toshiba

    Fn + F5

    IBM

    Fn + F7

    Sony

    Fn + F7

    Fujitsu

    Fn + F10

    LG

    Fn + F7

    Samsung

    Fn + F4

    Macintosh

    Adjust the control
    panel to enable
    mirroring after
    start-up.



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    98

    CONNECTING DEVICES

    Connecting to
    Headphones
    You can listen to the audio through
    a headphone.

    RS-232C IN

    * Not
    provided



  • Page 99

    CONNECTING DEVICES

    99

    Using the Mirroring Function of a Mobile
    Phone
    MHL/Slimport Connection

    RS-232C IN

    You must use a HDMI adapter to connect your cell phone to the projector
    and to output images and sound from your cell phone to the projector.
    The compatible HDMI adapters are different, depending upon your cell
    phone type.
    Therefore, purchase an appropriate MHL or Slimport adapter.
    (To find out whether your device is MHL/Slimport-certified, please contact
    your device manufacturer.)

    * Optional Extras

    NOTE
    • When you connect a mobile phone to the
    port, you can
    see the mobile phone screen through a projector.
    –– This only applies to mobile phones that support MHL/Slimport.
    –– You can use the remote control for some applications.
    • Disconnect the MHL/Slimport cable from the projector when:
    –– The MHL/Slimport function is disabled.
    –– Your mobile device is fully charged in standby mode.



  • Page 100

    100 MAINTENANCE

    MAINTENANCE
    Clean your projector to keep it in optimal condition.

    Cleaning
    Cleaning the Lens
    If there is any dust or staining on the lens surface, you must clean the lens.
    Use an air spray or a cleaning cloth to clean the lens.
    To remove dust or stains, use an air spray or apply a small amount of
    cleaning agent onto a swab or soft cloth to lightly rub the lens.
    Please be aware that liquid may flow into the lens if the product is sprayed
    directly onto the lens.

    Cleaning the Projector Case
    To clean the projector case, first unplug the power cord.
    To remove dust or stains, use only a dry, lint-free, nonabrasive cloth to
    polish the lens.
    Do not use alcohol, benzene, thinners, or other chemicals, which may
    damage the case.



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    SPECIFICATIONS

    101

    SPECIFICATIONS
    PW1500G (PW1500G-GL)/
    PW1000G (PW1000G-GL)

    MODEL
    Resolution
    (Pixel)
    Aspect ratio
    Panel size
    Projection
    distance
    (Video size)
    Ratio of
    upward
    projection
    Working range
    of the remote
    control
    Power
    consumption

    1280 (Horizontal) × 800 (Vertical)
    16:10 (Horizontal:Vertical)
    11.623 mm
    0.75 m to 3.06 m (63.5 cm to 254.0 cm)

    100 %

    6m
    PW1500G
    PW1000G
    PW1500G

    AC-DC Adaptor
    PW1000G
    Audio Output
    Video input
    Height
    Width
    Depth
    Weight
    USB Device

    100 W
    70 W
    19.0 V
    5.79 A
    (Adaptor Input 100-240 V @ 50/60 Hz)
    19.0 V
    3.42 A
    (Adaptor Input 100-240 V @ 50/60 Hz)

    3W+3W
    NTSC M / PAL-B, D, G, H, I / PAL M / PAL N /
    PAL 60 / SECAM
    53 mm (without foot), 56.5 mm (with foot)
    230.6 mm
    162 mm
    1160 g
    5 V, 0.5 A (Max.)



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    102 SPECIFICATIONS
    MODEL

    Operation
    environment

    PW1500G (PW1500G-GL)/
    PW1000G (PW1000G-GL)
    Temperature
    Operation 0 °C to 40 °C
    Storage
    -20 °C to 60 °C
    Relative Humidity
    Operation
    Storage

    0 % to 80 %
    0 % to 85 %

    * Use only power supplies listed in the user instructions.
    * Contents in this manual may be changed without prior notice due to
    upgrade of product functions.



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    SPECIFICATIONS

    103

    Supported RGB-PC/HDMI(PC) Mode
    Resolution

    Horizontal Frequency
    (kHz)

    Vertical Frequency
    (Hz)

    640 x 350

    31.468

    70.09

    720 x 400

    31.469

    70.08

    640 x 480

    31.469

    59.94

    800 x 600

    37.879

    60.31

    1024 x 768

    48.363

    60

    1152 x 864

    54.348

    60.053

    1280 x 800

    49.68

    60

    1280 x 1024

    63.981

    60.020

    1440 x 900

    55.935

    59.888

    1400 x 1050

    65.317

    59.979

    1600 x 900

    60.000

    60

    1680 x 1050

    65.290

    59.954

    1920 x 1080

    67.5

    60

    • If an invalid signal is input into the projector, it will not be displayed
    properly on the screen or a message such as No Signal or Invalid
    Format will be displayed.
    • The projector supports the DDC1/2B type as the Plug and Play function
    (Auto-recognition of PC monitor).
    • PC synchronization signal types supported: Separate type
    synchronization.
    • In PC mode, 1280 x 800 is recommended for the best picture quality.



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    104 SPECIFICATIONS
    Supported HDMI/DVI-DTV Mode

    Resolution

    Horizontal Frequency
    (kHz)

    Vertical Frequency
    (Hz)

    480p

    31.47
    31.47
    31.5

    60
    59.94
    60

    576p

    31.25

    50

    720p

    45
    44.96
    37.5

    60
    59.94
    50

    1080i

    33.75
    33.72
    28.125

    60
    59.94
    50

    1080p

    67.5
    67.432
    27
    26.97
    33.75
    33.71
    56.25

    60
    59.939
    24
    23.976
    30
    29.97
    50

    • To provide the best picture quality, a 1280 x 720 (720p) resolution is
    recommended.
    Component port connecting information
    Signal

    Component

    480i / 576i

    o

    480p / 576p

    o

    720p / 1080i

    o

    1080p

    o
    (50 Hz / 60 Hz only)



  • Page 105

    SPECIFICATIONS

    105

    Open source software notice information
    To obtain the source code under GPL, LGPL, MPL, and other open source
    licenses, that is contained in this product,
    please visit http://opensource.lge.com.
    In addition to the source code, all referred license terms, warranty
    disclaimers and copyright notices are available for download.
    LG Electronics will also provide open source code to you on CD-ROM for a
    charge covering the cost of performing such distribution (such as the cost
    of media, shipping, and handling) upon email request to
    opensource@lge.com. This offer is valid for three (3) years from the date
    on which you purchased the product.



  • Page 106

    106 KEY CODES

    KEY CODES
    This feature is not available for all models.
    Code
    (Hexa)

    Function

    Note

    AD

    POWER

    R/C Button

    09

    MUTE

    R/C Button

    EF

    INPUT
    VOLUME +
    VOLUME PAGE ,
    PAGE,
    AUTO
    BLANK

    R/C Button

    02
    03
    00
    01
    92
    84

    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button

    06

    (Arrow Key / Right Key)

    R/C Button

    07

    (Arrow Key / Left Key)

    R/C Button

    40

    (Arrow Key / Cursor Up)

    R/C Button

    41

    (Arrow Key / Cursor Down)

    R/C Button

    44
    5B
    28
    43
    45
    BC
    79
    7C
    A4
    A5

    OK
    EXIT

    R/C Button

    Return (BACK)
    SETTINGS
    Q.MENU
    STILL
    RATIO
    USB
    KEY.S (Keystone)
    KEY.S (Keystone)

    R/C Button

    8E

    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button

    8F
    B0
    B1
    BA

    R/C Button

    R/C Button


    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button



  • Page 107

    KEY CODES

    Code
    (Hexa)
    72
    71
    63
    61

    Function
    Red
    Green
    Yellow / 3D
    Blue / L/R (3D Mode)

    107

    Note
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button
    R/C Button



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    108 EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE
    SETUP
    Connect the RS-232C (serial connector) of the PC to the RS-232C
    connector at the back of the Projector.
    You need to purchase a cable to connect the RS-232C connectors as it is
    not provided as an accessory.
    A RS-232C cable is necessary for the remote control of the Projector (see
    Figure 1).

    RS-232C IN

    (PC)
    (PC)

    (Projector)
    (Projector)

    Figure 1: RS-232 Connection Diagram
    RXD
    TXD
    DTR
    GND
    DSR
    RTS
    CTS

    RXD
    TXD
    DTR
    GND
    DSR
    RTS
    CTS

    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8

    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8

    PC

    Projector

    * There is no connection to Pin 1 and Pin 9.

    9

    5

    6

    1



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    EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    109

    Set ID
    For Set ID number, see "Real data mapping (Hexadecimal → Decimal)".

    1  Press SETTINGS to access the main menus.
    2  Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to OPTION 1 and press OK.
    3  Press the Navigation buttons to scroll to Set ID and press OK.
    4  Scroll left or right to select a set ID number and select Close. The
    adjustment range is 1-99.

    5  When you are finished, press EXIT.
    Communication Parameters







    Baud rate : 9600 bps (UART)
    Data length : 8 bits
    Parity : None
    Stop bit : 1 bit
    Communication code : ASCII code
    Use a crossed (reverse) cable.



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    110 EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    Command reference list

    01. Power*
    02. Aspect Ratio
    03. Screen Mute
    04. Volume Mute
    05. Volume Control
    06. Contrast
    07. Brightness
    08. Color
    09. Tint
    10. Sharpness
    11. OSD Select
    12. Remote Control
    Lock Mode
    13. Balance
    14. Color Temperature
    15. Equalizer
    16. Key
    17. Energy Saving
    18. Input select (Main)
    19. 3D
    20. Extended 3D
    21. Auto Configure

    Command1

    Command2

    k
    k
    k
    k
    k
    k
    k
    k
    k
    k
    k

    a
    c
    d
    e
    f
    g
    h
    i
    j
    k
    l

    Data
    (Hexadecimal)
    00 to 01
    (See page 113.)
    (See page 114.)
    00 to 01
    00 to 64
    00 to 64
    00 to 64
    00 to 64
    00 to 64
    00 to 32
    00 to 01

    k

    m

    00 to 01

    k
    k
    j
    m
    n
    x
    x
    x
    j

    t
    u
    v
    c
    p
    b
    t
    v
    u

    00 to 64
    00 to 04
    (See page 118.)
    KEY CODES
    00 to 02
    (See page 119.)
    (See page 120.)
    (See page 121.)
    (See page 121.)

    * Note: D
     uring playing media, all commands except Power (ka) and Key
    (mc) are not executed and treated as NG.



  • Page 111

    EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    111

    Transmission / Receiving Protocol
    Transmission
    [Command1][Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    [Command 1] : First command to control the Projector. (j, k, m or x)
    [Command 2] : Second command to control the Projector.
    [Set ID] : Y
     ou can adjust the [Set ID] to choose desired projector ID
    number in option menu. Adjustment range in Projector is 1 to 99.
    If [Set ID] value is selected to ‘0’, every connected set can be
    controlled.
    * [Set ID] is indicated as decimal (1 to 99) on menu and as
    Hexadecimal (0x00 to 0x63) on transmission/receiving protocol.
    [DATA] : T
     o transmit command data (hexadecimal).
    Transmit ‘FF’ data to read status of command.
    [Cr] : Carriage Return - ASCII code ‘0x0D’
    [ ] : Space – ASCII code ‘0x20’
    OK Acknowledgement
    [Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
    The set transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on this format when
    receiving normal data. At this time, if the data is data read mode, it
    indicates present status data. If the data is data write mode, it returns the
    data of the PC computer.



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    112 EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
    Error Acknowledgement
    [Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][NG][Data][x]
    The set transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on this format when
    receiving abnormal data from non-viable functions or communication
    errors.
    Data 00

    : Illegal Code

    Real data mapping (Hexadecimal → Decimal)
    • When you enter the [data] in hexadecimal, refer to following conversion
    table.
    00 : Step 0
    01 : Step 1 (Set ID 1)
    ...
    0A : Step 10 (Set ID 10)
    ...
    0F : Step 15 (Set ID 15)
    10 : Step 16 (Set ID 16)
    ...

    32 : Step 50 (Set ID 50)
    33 : Step 51 (Set ID 51)
    ...
    63 : Step 99 (Set ID 99)
    ...
    C7 : Step 199
    C8 : Step 200
    ...

    FE : Step 254
    FF : Step 255
    ...
    01 00 : Step 256
    ...
    27 0E : Step 9998
    27 0F : Step 9999
    ...



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    EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    113

    * Commands may work differently depending on model and signal.
    01. Power (Command: k a)
    ►► To control Power *On or Off of the set.
    Transmission [k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data 00 : Power Off

    01 : *Power On

    Ack [a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    ►► To Show Projector is Power On or *Off
    Transmission [k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][FF][Cr]
    Ack [a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
    * Similarly, if other functions transmit ‘FF’ data based on this format,
    Acknowledgement feedback presents status about each function.
    02. Aspect Ratio (Command: k c)
    (Main Picture Size)
    ►► To adjust the screen format. (Main picture format)
    You can also adjust the screen format using the Aspect Ratio in the
    Q.MENU or PICTURE menu.
    Transmission [k][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data
    01 : Normal screen (4:3)
    04 : Zoom
    08 : Full
    10 to 1F : Cinema Zoom 1 to 16

    02 : Wide screen (16:9)
    06 : Set by Program
    09 : * Just Scan

    Ack [c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    * Using the PC input, you can select 16:9, 4:3 or Full screen aspect ration.
    * In HDMI/Component mode (high-definition), Just Scan is available.



  • Page 114

    114 EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
    03. Screen Mute (Command: k d)
    ►► To select screen mute on/off.
    Transmission [k][d][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data
    00 : S
     creen mute off (Picture on)
    Video mute off
    01 : Screen mute on (Picture off)
    10 : Video mute on
    Ack [d][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    * In case of video mute on only, Projector will display On Screen
    Display(OSD). But, in case of Screen mute on, Projector will not display
    OSD.
    04. Volume Mute (Command: k e)
    ►► To control volume mute on/off.
    You can also adjust mute using the MUTE button on remote control.
    Transmission [k][e][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data
    00 : Volume mute on (Volume off)
    01 : Volume mute off (Volume on)
    Ack [e][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    05. Volume Control (Command: k f)
    ►► To adjust volume.
    You can also adjust volume with the VOLUME +, - buttons on remote
    control.
    Transmission [k][f][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data Min : 00 to Max : 64
    Ack [f][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]



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    EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    06. Contrast (Command: k g)
    ►► To adjust screen contrast.
    You can also adjust contrast in the PICTURE menu.
    Transmission [k][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data Min : 0
     0 to Max : 64
    Ack [g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    07. Brightness (Command: k h)
    ►► To adjust screen brightness.
    You can also adjust brightness in the PICTURE menu.
    Transmission [k][h][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data Min : 0
     0 to Max : 64
    Ack [h][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    08. Color (Command: k i)
    ►► To adjust the screen color.
    You can also adjust color in the PICTURE menu.
    Transmission [k][i][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data Min : 0
     0 to Max : 64
    Ack [i][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

    115



  • Page 116

    116 EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
    09. Tint (Command: k j)
    ►► To adjust the screen tint.
    You can also adjust tint in the PICTURE menu.
    Transmission [k][j][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data Red : 00 to Green : 64
    Ack [j][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    10. Sharpness (Command: k k)
    ►► To adjust the screen sharpness.
    You can also adjust sharpness in the PICTURE menu.
    Transmission [k][k][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data Min : 0
     0 to Max : 32
    Ack [k][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    11. OSD Select (Command: k l)
    ►► To select OSD (On Screen Display) on/off when controlling remotely.
    Transmission [k][l][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data 00 : O
     SD off

    01 : OSD on

    Ack [l][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]



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    EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    117

    12. Remote Control Lock Mode (Command: k m)
    ►► To lock the joystick buttons on the projector and remote control.
    Transmission [k][m][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data 00 : Lock off

    01 : Lock on

    Ack [m][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    * If you are not using the remote control, use this mode.
    When main power is off & on (plug-off and plug-in, after 20 - 30 seconds),
    external control lock is released.
    * In the standby mode (DC off by off timer or ‘ka’, ‘mc’ command), and if
    key lock is on, Projector will not turn on by power on key of IR & Local
    Key.
    13. Balance (Command: k t)
    ►► To adjust balance.
    You can also adjust balance in the AUDIO menu.
    Transmission [k][t][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data Min : 0
     0 to Max : 64
    Ack [t][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]



  • Page 118

    118 EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
    14. Color Temperature (Command: k u)
    ►► Adjusts the value of color temperature.
    Transmission [k][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data
    00 : Medium
    02 : Warm
    * Data 03 is not used.

    01 : Cool
    04 : Natural

    Ack [u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    15. Equalizer (Command : j v)
    ►► Adjust EQ of the set.
    Transmission [j][v][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    MSB
    0

    LSB
    0

    0

    0

    0

    Frequency

    0

    0

    0

    Data

    7

    6

    5

    Frequency

    4

    3

    2

    1

    0

    Step

    0
    0
    0
    0
    1

    0
    0
    1
    1
    0

    0
    1
    0
    1
    0

    1st Band
    2nd Band
    3rd Band
    4th Band
    5th Band

    0
    0
    ...
    1
    1

    0
    0
    ...
    0
    0

    0
    0
    ...
    0
    1

    0
    0
    ...
    1
    0

    0
    1
    ...
    1
    0

    0(decimal)
    1(decimal)
    ...
    19(decimal)
    21(decimal)

    Ack [v][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    * It depends upon model, and can adjust when sound mode is EQ
    adjustable value.



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    EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    16. Key (Command: m c)
    ►► To send IR remote key code.
    Transmission [m][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data: To see "KEY CODES".
    Ack [c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    17. Energy Saving (Command: n p)
    ►► Sets the energy saving mode.
    Transmission [n][p][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data
    00 : Minimum
    02 : Maximum

    01 : Medium

    Ack [p][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    18. Input select (Command: x b)
    (Main Picture Input)
    ►► To select input source for main picture.
    Transmission [x][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data
    20 : AV
    60 : RGB

    40 : Component
    90 : HDMI

    Ack [b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
    * This function depends on model and signal.

    119



  • Page 120

    120 EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
    19. 3D (Command: x t)
    ►► To change 3D mode for Projector.
    Transmission [x][t][ ][Set ID][ ][Data 00][ ][Data 01][ ][Data 02]
    Data

    Structure

    [Data 00]

    00 : 3D On
    01 : 3D Off
    02 : 3D to 2D

    [Data 01]

    00 : Top and Bottom
    01 : Side by Side
    03 : Frame Sequential

    [Data 02]

    00 : Right to Left
    01 : Left to Right

    [Data 02] functions depend on model and signal.
    * All 3D pattern options ([Data 01]) may not be available according to
    broadcasting/video signal.
    [Data 00]
    00
    01
    02

    [Data 01]
    O
    X
    X

    [Data 02]
    O
    X
    X

    X : don’t care
    Ack [t][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data00][Data01][Data02][x]
    [t][ ][Set ID][ ][NG][Data00][x]



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    EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP

    121

    20. Extended 3D (Command: x v)
    ►► To change 3D option for Projector.
    Transmission [x][v][ ][Set ID][ ][Data 00][ ][Cr]
    Data 00 : Right to Left

    01 : Left to Right

    Ack [v][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data 00][x]
    21. Auto Configure (Command: j u)
    ►► To adjust picture position and minimize image shaking automatically.
    It works only in RGB (PC) mode.
    Transmission [j][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
    Data 01 : Run Auto Configure
    Ack [u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]



  • Page 122

    122 SYMBOLS

    SYMBOLS
    Refers to alternating current(AC).
    Refers to direct current(DC).
    Refers to class II equipment.
    Refers to stand-by.
    Refers to “ON” (power).
    Refers to dangerous voltage.



  • Page 123






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