Menu operation (continued)
AV Mute Mode
• You can select Cinema Mode only when the input signal is a TV60, TV50, 480i, or 576i video signal.
• When a 1280 x 768 signal is not displayed properly with Signal Detect set to Enhanced, adjust the resolution using the
Resolution (Memorize) menu. (See page 25.)
• Captions are not displayed while information about the menu, volume setting, or input signal selection is being displayed on
• The closed caption function displays text information included in the NTSC signal, which is mainly used for TV broadcasting in
AV Mute Mode
Auto / Off
3.75% / 7.50%
Blue / Black
CC1 / CC2 / CC3 / CC4 / T1 /
Use this setting to activate or deactivate the password lock.
Select Auto to automatically activate the film mode when the input
video signal is a video signal from a film.
Select Auto to automatically set the appropriate video format in
relative to the input signal. If projected images aren't displayed
correctly, select a desired video format manually.
Select this setting for normal use. The time until the signal detection
Select this setting when the Normal mode does not display images
properly. Select this for 1280 x 768 signals from the COMPUTER/
COMPONENT VIDEO IN terminals.
Select this setting to automatically change the Set Up mode.
Select this setting to lower the density of black. Use this setting
when images are dark.
Select this setting to increase the density of black.
• When 7.50% is set, the brightness is decreased by the setup
cancel function for the U.S.
Displays the original image for the splash screen when the projector
is powered on.
Displays no splash screen when the projector is powered on.
Displays blue or black background while no signal is inputted.
Displays the original image for the splash screen while no signal is
Displays black background when the AV MUTE button is pressed.
Displays the original image for the splash screen when the AV MUTE
button is pressed.
Does not display captions.