Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu

Normally the projector detects and optimizes the input signal settings automatically. If you need to customize the settings, you can use the Signal menu. The available settings depend on the currently selected input source.

Note: You can restore the default settings of the Position, Tracking, and Sync settings by pressing the Auto button on the remote control.

To change settings for an input source, make sure the source is connected and select that source.

Setting Options Description
Resolution Auto



Sets the input signal resolution from an analog RGB computer connection

Auto: detects the resolution automatically

Normal: for 4:3 or 5:4 screens

Wide: for widescreen

Manual: allows you to specify a resolution

Aspect See the list of available aspect ratios Sets the aspect ratio (width-to-height ratio) for the selected input source
Tracking Varying levels available Adjusts signal to eliminate vertical stripes in images from an analog RGB computer connection
Sync. Varying levels available Adjusts signal to eliminate fuzziness or flickering in images from an analog RGB computer connection
Position Up, down, left, right Adjusts the image location on the screen
Auto Setup On


Automatically optimizes image quality from an analog RGB computer connection (when On)
Blanking Up, down, left, right Hides an area of the projected image that you select using the arrow buttons
Advanced Video Range

Input Signal

Image Processing

Video Range: sets the video range to match the setting of the device connected to the HDMI, DVI-D, or HDBaseT input ports.

Input Signal: sets the input signal to the Computer or BNC port. Auto selects an input automatically.

Image processing: sets the image processing settings to Fine, Fast 1, or Fast 2.

Scale Various scale options When using multiple projectors to project one image, adjusts the scale of the image displayed by each projector
Setting Options Description
3D Setup 3D Images Enables passive 3D images when projecting from 2 projectors
Progressive Off



Sets whether to convert interlaced-to-progressive signals for certain video image types

Off: for fast-moving video images

Video: for most video images

Film/Auto: for movies, computer graphics, and animation

Video Range Auto



Sets the video range to match the setting of the device connected to the DVI-D, HDMI, and HDBaseT input ports
Input Signal Auto



Specifies the signal type from input sources connected to computer ports

Auto: detects signals automatically

RGB: corrects color for computer/RGB video inputs

Component: corrects color for component video inputs

Overscan Auto




Changes the projected image ratio to make the edges visible by a selectable percentage or automatically
Image Processing Fine

Fast 1

Fast 2

Adjusts how images are processed

Fine: displays images in higher quality

Fast 1: displays images quicker without any loss in quality

Fast 2: displays images quicker than Fast 1.

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