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Epson EH-TW6600 User Manual

Epson EH-TW6600 User Manual (123 pages)

Brand: Epson | Category: Home Theater System | Size: 9.2 MB
Table of contents
Organization Of The Guide And Notations In The Guide2................................................................................................................................................................
Using Each Guide2................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Guide3................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Indications3................................................................................................................................................................
General Information Indications3................................................................................................................................................................
About The Use Of "this Product" Or "this Projector3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Part Names And Functions7................................................................................................................................................................
Front/top7................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel8................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Control9................................................................................................................................................................
Rear11................................................................................................................................................................
Base12................................................................................................................................................................
Appearance13................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing14................................................................................................................................................................
Installing14................................................................................................................................................................
Projected Image And Position Of Projector14................................................................................................................................................................
Installing In Parallel With The Screen14................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Projector Horizontally By Adjusting The Height Of Either Side14................................................................................................................................................................
Various Setting Methods15................................................................................................................................................................
Placing On A Table And Projecting15................................................................................................................................................................
Suspending From The Ceiling And Projecting16................................................................................................................................................................
Projection Distance And Lens Shift Maximum Values16................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Device19................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Video Equipment19................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Computer20................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting External Devices20................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Trigger Out Port20................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Audio Out Port20................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Smartphones Or Tablets21................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Usb Devices21................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Wirelesshd Devices (eh-tw6600w Only)22................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Wireless Lan Unit23................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Terminal Cover23................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Remote Control24................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Remote Control Batteries24................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Control Operating Range24................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Range (left To Right)24................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Range (top To Bottom)24................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operations25................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Ending Projection25................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Projector And Projecting25................................................................................................................................................................
If The Target Image Is Not Projected26................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off26................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Projected Screen28................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Test Pattern28................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Focus28................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Projection Size (zoom Adjustment)28................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Projector's Tilt29................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Position Of The Projected Image (lens Shift)29................................................................................................................................................................
Making Adjustments Using The Lens Shift Dial29................................................................................................................................................................
Correcting Keystone Distortion (h/v-keystone)31................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume32................................................................................................................................................................
Hiding The Image And Muting The Audio Temporarily32................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Image33................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Projection Quality (color Mode)33................................................................................................................................................................
Switching The Screen Between Full And Zoom (aspect)34................................................................................................................................................................
Absolute Color Adjustments36................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting Hue, Saturation, And Brightness36................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Gamma36................................................................................................................................................................
Select And Adjust The Correction Value37................................................................................................................................................................
Adjust Using The Gamma Adjustment Graph37................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Rgb (offset/gain)37................................................................................................................................................................
Color Temp38................................................................................................................................................................
Skin Tone38................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Image Adjustments39................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Sharpness39................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Auto Iris40................................................................................................................................................................
Super-resolution And Detail Enhancement Functions40................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Alignment41................................................................................................................................................................
Image Processing42................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Image At The Saved Image Quality (memory Function)44................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Function44................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Memory44................................................................................................................................................................
Loading A Memory45................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Saved Memory45................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming A Memory45................................................................................................................................................................
Useful Functions47................................................................................................................................................................
Enjoying 3d Images47................................................................................................................................................................
Setting 3d Images47................................................................................................................................................................
When The Projector Detects A 3d Format47................................................................................................................................................................
When The Projector Cannot Detect A 3d Format47................................................................................................................................................................
If The 3d Image Cannot Be Viewed47................................................................................................................................................................
Using 3d Glasses48................................................................................................................................................................
Charging The 3d Glasses48................................................................................................................................................................
Pairing 3d Glasses48................................................................................................................................................................
Wearing The 3d Glasses49................................................................................................................................................................
Reading The Indicator On The 3d Glasses50................................................................................................................................................................
Range For Viewing 3d Images50................................................................................................................................................................
Warnings Regarding Viewing 3d Images51................................................................................................................................................................
Converting 2d Images To 3d And Viewing53................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting With Wirelesshd55................................................................................................................................................................
Tw6600w Only)55................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Wirelesshd Transmitter55................................................................................................................................................................
Wirelesshd Transmitter Part Names55................................................................................................................................................................
Wirelesshd Transmitter Connection Example And Signal Flow57................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Wirelesshd Transmitter59................................................................................................................................................................
Projecting Images60................................................................................................................................................................
Wirelesshd Settings Menu61................................................................................................................................................................
Wirelesshd Transmission Range62................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Remote Control63................................................................................................................................................................
Switching The Input And Output64................................................................................................................................................................
Switching The Target Image64................................................................................................................................................................
Switching The Image Source66................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying As A Sub-screen68................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hdmi Link Function69................................................................................................................................................................
Hdmi Link Function69................................................................................................................................................................
Hdmi Link Settings69................................................................................................................................................................
Device Connections70................................................................................................................................................................
Playing Back Image Data (slideshow)71................................................................................................................................................................
Compatible Data71................................................................................................................................................................
Playing A Slideshow71................................................................................................................................................................
Display Settings For Image Files And Slideshow Operation Settings72................................................................................................................................................................
Projecting Two Different Images Using73................................................................................................................................................................
Picture In Picture73................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Screen That Can Be Displayed Simultaneously73................................................................................................................................................................
Projecting On A Picture In Picture73................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Exiting Picture In Picture73................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Picture In Picture Settings74................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Menu75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Menu Functions75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Menu Operations75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Menu Table76................................................................................................................................................................
Image Menu76................................................................................................................................................................
Signal Menu78................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Menu80................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Menu85................................................................................................................................................................
Network Menu85................................................................................................................................................................
Info Menu88................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Menu88................................................................................................................................................................
Picture In Picture Menu89................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting90................................................................................................................................................................
Problem Solving90................................................................................................................................................................
Reading The Indicators90................................................................................................................................................................
Indicator Status During An Error/warning90................................................................................................................................................................
Indicator Status During Normal Operation92................................................................................................................................................................
When The Indicators Provide No Help93................................................................................................................................................................
Check The Problem93................................................................................................................................................................
Problems Relating To Images94................................................................................................................................................................
Problems When Projection Starts97................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With The Remote Control97................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With The Control Panel98................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With 3d98................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With Hdmi99................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With Wirelesshd (eh-tw6600w Only)99................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With Usb Storage Devices101................................................................................................................................................................
Other Problems101................................................................................................................................................................
Event Id102................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance103................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Parts103................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Air Filter103................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Main Unit104................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Lens105................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The 3d Glasses105................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Periods For Consumables105................................................................................................................................................................
Air Filter Replacement Period105................................................................................................................................................................
Lamp Replacement Period105................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Consumables106................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Air Filter106................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Lamp107................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Lamp Hours109................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix110................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Accessories And Consumables110................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Items110................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Resolutions111................................................................................................................................................................
Component Video111................................................................................................................................................................
Composite Video111................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Signals (analog Rgb)111................................................................................................................................................................
Hdmi1/hdmi2 Input Signal111................................................................................................................................................................
Mhl Input Signal112................................................................................................................................................................
3d Input Signal Hdmi112................................................................................................................................................................
Wirelesshd Input Signal112................................................................................................................................................................
Input Signal Mhl (via A Wirelesshd Transmitter*)113................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications114................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary118................................................................................................................................................................
General Notes120................................................................................................................................................................
General Notice120................................................................................................................................................................

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