Adjusting the Color Convergence (Panel Alignment)

You can use the Panel Alignment feature to manually adjust the color convergence (the alignment of the red, green and blue colors) in the projected image.
Note: Allow your projector to warm up for at least 10 to 15 minutes and make sure the image is in focus before you use the Panel Alignment feature. The projected image size should be at least 60 inches (152 cm) diagonally and the projection surface should not be colored or textured; otherwise the adjustment grids are difficult to align.
  1. Press the Menu button.
  2. Select the Extended menu and press Enter.

  3. Select the Display setting and press Enter.
  4. Select the Panel Alignment setting and press Enter.
  5. Press Enter and select On.
  6. Press Esc.
  7. Select the Select Color setting and choose one of the following:
    • R to adjust the red color convergence
    • B to adjust the blue color convergence
    Note: You can adjust only the red or blue color convergence; you cannot adjust the standard green color panel.
  8. Select the Pattern Color setting and press Enter.
  9. Select the pattern you want to use and press Esc.
  10. Select Start Adjustments and press Enter twice. You see this screen:

  11. Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to adjust the color alignment in the corner of the screen highlighted by the orange box.
  12. Press the Enter button to move to the next corner of the screen.
  13. When you are finished adjusting each corner of the screen, press Enter. You see this screen:

  14. Do one of the following:
    • If your projector's panel alignment is now correct, select Exit and press Enter to return to the Panel Alignment menu.
    • If your projector needs additional panel alignment, select Select intersection and adjust and press Enter. Use the arrow keys on the remote control to highlight the corner of any box on the screen that is misaligned and press Enter to adjust the color convergence. Repeat this step as necessary.
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