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NEC TheaterSync Video Processor
User Manual
Document No. MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F
NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    NEC TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Document No. MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Copyright and Trademark Information Portions copyright © 2005 Silicon Optix Inc All Rights Reserved. Portions of the information contained in this document are protected by worldwide copyright. All rights are reserved by Silicon Optix Incorporated.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Table of Contents 1 Preface...4 1.1 Limited Warranty ... 4 1.2 Related Documents... 6 1.3 FCC Statement ... 6 1.4 Safety... 7 2 Introduction...10 2.1 General Description... 10 3 Installation...14 3.1 List of Standard Components ... 14 3.2 Setting up your TheaterSync ...

  • Page 4: Preface

    The following are not covered by the warranty: 1. Any product which is not distributed in the U.S.A. or Canada by NEC Solutions or which is not purchased in the U.S.A. or Canada from an authorized NEC Solutions dealer.

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    When mailing the request for service, always include your name, address, and a description of the problem(s). 3. For the name of the nearest NEC Solutions authorized service center, call NEC Solutions at 800-836-0655. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY...

  • Page 6: Related Documents

    NEC SOLUTIONS (AMERICA), INC. 1250 N. Arlington Heights Road, Suite 500 Itasca, Illinois 60143-1248 Note: All products returned to NEC Solutions (America), Inc. for service MUST have prior approval. To get approval, call NEC Solutions (America), Inc. at 800-836-0655. Related Documents •...

  • Page 7: Safety

    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F Safety 1.4.1 Important Safety Instructions This symbol warns the user of uninsulated voltage within the unit that can cause dangerous electric shocks. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.

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    MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Portable Cart - An appliance and cart combination should be moved with extreme care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. Ventilation - Locate the unit with adequate space around it so that proper heat ventilation is assured.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual • If liquid has been spilled or foreign objects have fallen into the unit. • If the unit has been exposed to rain or water. • If the unit does not operate normally, following the operating instructions. Adjust only...

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    MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F 2 Introduction General Description The NEC TheaterSync (see Figure 1) is a high performance video signal processor intended as a companion for plasma and projector displays. TheaterSync brings the power of Silicon Optix (“Hollywood Quality Video” displays. Initially conceived in the military research labs of Lockheed Martin and then refined...

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    Ethernet. For details on the control programming protocol, refer to the TheaterSync Service Manual. The TheaterSync video processor is available in a compact and attractive desktop package that can be rapidly fitted to a standard 19” rack using a rack mounting kit (included).

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    • Fully-automatic cadence detection and correction • Detail Enhancement • Advanced motion-adaptive de-interlacing Control IR Remote Control RS-232 USB (for connection to Crestron / AMX boxes) Ethernet Page 12 TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual horizontal, +/- 30 vertical) NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Physical Characteristics Dimensions: 17.0” x 9.7” x 1.75” (43.2 x 24.6 x 4.4 cm) Weight : 7 lbs. (3.2 kg) Power: 100-240V, 47-63 Hz, 72W Panel Diagrams Figure 3: TheaterSync Front Panel Drawing Figure 4: TheaterSync Rear Panel Drawing NEC Solutions, Inc.

  • Page 14: Installation

    5. Return TheaterSync to Operate Mode by pushing the On/Setup button on the front panel or the Power button on the IR Remote. This activates the TheaterSync output circuits. Further adjustments may be made using the TheaterSync OSM (On-Screen Menu). Page 14 TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual For projection applications where keystone correction is required, continue with the following steps: 6. If the projector has an AUTOSET or AUTODETECT feature, disable this function. These projector modes may cause image distortion if a keystone-corrected image is applied to the projector input.

  • Page 16: Theatersync User Interface

    IR remote keys provide you with quick one-touch access to the most frequently used commands. Figure 5 illustrates the TheaterSync remote control. Figure 5: TheaterSync Remote Control A description of the various buttons and their functions is as follows: Page 16 TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual navigation NEC Solutions, Inc.

  • Page 17: Theatersync Operational Modes

    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual The Operate/Setup button toggles the TheaterSync between “Operate” and “Setup” modes of operation (as described in the next section of this User Interface chapter). The Menu button is used to invoke the OSM main menu.

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    IR receiver circuitry energized so that you can re-start the system with the IR remote. When the unit is in Setup Mode, you can also make adjustments to certain sensitive Page 18 TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual parameters, such as Output Resolution. Visual feedback for the adjustments of Setup Mode is seen on the 24 x 2 LCD display, rather than on OSM of the main screen. Sensitive parameters are placed in the Setup Menu so that an inadvertent key stroke with the IR remote does not cause a change in a parameter that would be difficult to recover from.

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    VESA Standard VESA Standard VESA Standard VESA Standard SMPTE Standard SMPTE Standard VESA Standard VESA Standard VESA Standard VESA Standard VESA Standard VESA Standard VESA Standard SMPTE Standard SMPTE Standard SMPTE Standard TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F leftmost octet. The Up/Down keys may then be used to increase/decrease the value of the octet. Subsequent presses of the Left/Right key will highlight the octet immediately to the left/right. The Up/Down keys may then be used to increase/decrease the value of the octet. When the leftmost/rightmost octet is selected, an additional Left/Right key selection will “exit”...

  • Page 22: On-screen Menu

    Enter this submenu to view information about the system (input resolution, horizontal and vertical frequency, output resolution, Info horizontal and vertical frequency, firmware revision, FPGA revision, serial number, and IP address). TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Functionality NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Icon Descriptio Advanced Table 4: OSM Complete Menu Structure OSM Menu Level Level 1 Level 2 Component Video S-Video Composite Audio Inputs Audio -100 - +100, Delay 0 (default) Brightness Picture Picture Settings Contrast NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    Gamma 2.8 9300K 6500K (default) 5500K 0 - 100, Color 50 (default) TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Comments Level 5 The higher the setting, the sharper the image (edge enhancement). The lower the setting, the lower the sharpness. The higher the setting, the better the image (detail enhancement).

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual OSM Menu Level Level 1 Level 2 Picture Settings Input Reset Standard (default) Picture Aspect Ratio Full Screen NEC Solutions, Inc. Level 3 Level 4 0 - 360, (default) Confirm YES/NO Zoom MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F Comments Level 5 The higher the setting, the more greenish the picture.

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    Level 3 Level 4 Vertical 0 - 100 0 - 400 0 - 200, Clock (default) TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Comments Level 5 • 16:9 input and 4:3 output – Left and right portions of the image are cropped •...

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual OSM Menu Level Level 1 Level 2 Picture Overscan Top Left Menu Top Right Position Bottom Left Bottom Right Setup Test Patterns Trigger A 12 V Triggers Trigger B Factory Reset YES/NO Language English French...

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    Vertical Keystone Page 28 Level 3 Level 4 Top Left H Top Left V TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Comments Level 5 Selects the language for the OSM menus Shows the source resolution Shows the source H frequency Shows the source V frequency...

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual OSM Menu Level Level 1 Level 2 Advanced Horizontal and Vertical Keystone Projection Projection Mounting HQV On (default) Video Processing Mode HQV Off (Bypass) (default) HQV Film Mode Default for HDMI, Component, Composite, S-Video, and SDI inputs.

  • Page 30: Aspect Ratio

    Level 3 Level 4 Vivid (default) TRNR High Off (default) Medium High TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Comments Level 5 Enhances color, expands video range signals. Enhances detail in dark scenes, expands video range signals. Enhances detail in bright scenes, expands video range signals.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Inputs considered to have 4:3 aspect ratio are: • Computer Graphics signals with a 4:3 aspect ratio appearing on the DVI and Analog RGB inputs • SDTV signals (NTSC and PAL derived) appearing on the Composite, S-Video, and Component inputs •...

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    Table 6: Aspect Ratio Treatments for 4:3 Input with 16:9 Output OSM Menu Name Standard Full Screen Page 32 TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Description 4:3 input signals shown full screen on 4:3 output display Grayed out. No action. Same as “Standard” mode above.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual OSM Menu Name Zoom Anamorphic Stadium NEC Solutions, Inc. Description Grayed out. No action. SDTV input is displayed on a full screen 16:9 output display 4:3 input signals are non-linearly stretched in the horizontal direction to fill 16:9 output displays. Horizontal and vertical...

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    Full Screen Zoom Anamorphic Stadium Page 34 TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Description All HDTV inputs are assumed to be 16:9. HDTV input signals (1080i and 720p) are shown in a letterbox on the 4:3 output display Image stretched vertically to fill full screen.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Table 8: Aspect Ratio Treatments for 16:9 Input with 16:9 Output OSM Menu Name Standard Full Screen Zoom Anamorphic Stadium NEC Solutions, Inc. Description 16:9 input signals shown full screen on 16:9 output display Grayed out. No action.

  • Page 36: Appendix A

    1080p at 25sF 1920 x 1080 50 Hz 1080p at 30sF 1920 x 1080 60 Hz DOS TEXT 640 x 400 70 Hz Page 36 TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Frequency HDMI Input Video Source Composite S-video Component NEC Solutions, Inc.

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    TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Input Timing Format Item Mode Resolution Description VGA at 60 Hz 640 x 480 60 Hz SVGA at 75 Hz 800 x 600 75 Hz 848 x 480 848 x 840 60 Hz 1024 x 576...

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    MKT-0026-UMN-1.002F TheaterSync Video Processor User Manual Page 38 NEC Solutions, Inc.

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