Epson tw5300 handbuch



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Epson tw5300 handbuch

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Summary of Contents for Epson EH-TW Page 1 User's Guide Page 2: Organization Of The Guide And Notations In The Guide Organization of the Guide and Notations in the Guide Using Each Guide The guides for this projector are organized as shown below. Page 3: Notations Used In This Guide Organization of the Guide and Notations in the Guide Notations Used in This Guide Safety Indications The documentation and the projector use graphical symbols to show how to use the projector safely.

The following shows the symbols and their meanings. Please understand and respect these caution symbols in order to avoid injury to persons or property. Page 4: Table Of Contents Rear Page 5 Quality Memory Function Page 6 Contents About Event ID Page 7: Introduction Intel WiDi or Miracast technology. EH- TW only p. You can download Epson iProjection free of charge from App Store or Google Play.

EH-TW only p. When a digital camera is connected, you can view the photos on the camera using Slideshow. By using Epson iProjection, you can operate the projector from a smartphone or tablet. Close during projection to delete audio and video. Page Control Panel Introduction Name Function m Zoom ring Adjusts the image size. You cannot control the volume for Bluetooth audio devices.

Page Remote Control Introduction Remote Control Button Function Turns the projector on or off. Page 13 Introduction Button Function Turns the video and audio on or off temporarily. Page Rear Introduction Rear Name Function a Power inlet Connect the power cord. Outputs audio.

Page 15 Introduction Name Function a Ceiling mount fixing Attaches the optional ceiling mount here when suspending the projector from a ceiling. Page Preparing Preparing Installing Projected Image and Position of Projector Install the projector as follows. Installing in parallel with the screen If the projector is installed at an angle to the screen, keystone distortion occurs in the projected image. Adjust the projector's position so that it is installed in parallel with the screen.

If it is not installed correctly, it could fall causing an accident and injury. Extended - Projection p. Use the table below to setup the projector at the optimum position from the screen. The values given here are for your reference only. Page 19 Preparing Screen Size Projection Distance C Distance B W x H Minimum Wide Maximum Tele " x If you force a connector of a different shape into the port, it could cause damage and a malfunction to occur. Connecting Video Equipment To project images from DVD players or VHS video and so on, connect to the projector using one of the following methods.

Page Connecting Smartphones Or Tablets Preparing When using a commercially available HDMI cable Connecting Smartphones or Tablets You can connect MHL compatible smartphones or tablets. The connected smartphone or tablet begins charging when images are projected. Devices such as digital cameras and USB devices should be connected to the projector directly. Page 23 Preparing Use the buttons to select On, and then press the button to confirm the selection.

Turn on "pairing mode" on the Bluetooth device you want to connect to. See the documentation supplied with the Bluetooth device for more information. Select Search Bluetooth Device. Before using the device, make sure there is no medical equipment in the vicinity. Do not use the device near automatically controlled equipment such as automatic doors or fire alarms.

Remove the battery cover. Page Remote Control Operating Range Preparing Remote Control Operating Range Operating range left to right Operating range top to bottom Page Basic Operations Basic Operations Projecting Images Turning On the Projector Connect the equipment to the Press the button on the remote projector.

Remote control Control panel Connect using the power cord supplied. The projector's power indicator turns blue. This indicates that the projector is receiving power, but is not yet turned on it is in The operation indicator flashes blue as the Selects the source you want to project.

Displays the QR code and connects wirelessly to a smartphone or tablet EH-TW only. Page Turning Off Basic Operations Turning Off Turn off the connected equipment. Wait until cool-down is complete. When cool-down is complete, the operation indicator stops flashing. Press the button on the remote control or the control panel.

Disconnect the power cord. Remote control Control panel If the power cord is connected, some electricity is consumed even Press the button on the remote control to display the test pattern. Press the button again to end the test pattern display.

Page Adjusting The Projector's Tilt Install the projector parallel with the screen without any loss in image quality. Page Correct Manually H-Keystone Adjuster Basic Operations If you do not want to use the Auto V-Keystone function, set Auto V-Keystone to Off. Settings - Keystone - Auto V-Keystone p.

Page Adjusting The Image Adjusting the Image Adjusting the Image Selecting the Projection Quality Color Mode You can obtain the optimum image quality to suit your surroundings when projecting. The brightness of the image varies depending on the mode selected. Press the button. Page Switching The Screen Between Full And Zoom Aspect Adjusting the Image Choices when projecting 3D images Mode Application 3D Dynamic Images are bright and sharper than 3D Cinema.

Switching the Screen Between Full and Zoom Aspect You can change the input signal's type, aspect ratio, and resolution to match the Aspect of the projected image. Page Adjusting The Sharpness Adjusting the Image Input Image Setting Name Normal Full Zoom Matches the vertical size of Uses the entire projection Retains the aspect ratio of Notes the projection panel.

The panel. The aspect ratio dif- the input signal, and aspect ratio differs de- fers depending on the in- matches the horizontal pending on the input im Page Setting Auto Iris Adjusting the Image Use the buttons to Use the buttons to make select the item you want to adjust, and adjustments.

Press the button to return the adjustments to their default values. Page Adjusting The Color Adjusting the Image Adjusting the Color Adjusting the Color Temp. You can adjust the overall tint of the image. Make adjustments if the image is a little too blue or too red and so on. Press the button to displays menus in the following order. Image - Color Temp. Page 39 Adjusting the Image Press the button to display menus Use the buttons to make in the order Image - Advanced - adjustments.

Use the buttons to select the color you want to adjust, Press the button to adjust another and then press the button to color. Page Viewing The Image At The Saved Image Quality Memory Function Adjusting the Image Viewing the Image at the Saved Image Quality Memory Function Saving a Memory You can save the adjustment values for Image from the Configuration menu. Press the button, and then make Use the buttons to the settings for Image that you want select the memory name to be saved, and then press the button to Page Deleting A Saved Memory Adjusting the Image Deleting a Saved Memory Press the button, and then select Erase Memory.

The Erase Memory screen is displayed. Select the target memory name. A confirmation message is displayed. If you select Yes, the content of the saved memory is erased. When erasing all saved memories, perform Reset Memory. Page 42 Adjusting the Image Enter a new name. Use the buttons to select a character, and then press the button to confirm the selection.

Enter up to 12 characters. When you have finished entering the name, select Finish. The memory name is changed. Page Useful Functions Useful Functions Enjoying 3D Images Preparing to View 3D Images Check the following before viewing 3D images. When 2D is set, press the button on the remote control and switch to Auto or 3D. Page Using 3D Glasses During 3D projection, the following Configuration menu functions cannot be changed. Do not charge using other devices as it may cause the battery to leak, overheat, or explode.

Otherwise, it could overheat, ignite, or explode. Long periods of viewing 3D images may cause eye fatigue.

We may earn a commission if you click a deal and buy an item. This is how we make money. Subscribe to our newsletter. The EH-TW is an LCD projector designed with home-entertainment in mind. Aesthetically, the EH-TW will be perfectly at home on a coffee table.

It leaves a relatively small footprint by projector standards, and what there is of its chassis is easy on the eye thanks to its curvy frame, rounded edges and a high-gloss white finish. A large vent sits on the left side of the fascia, which raises initial concerns about potential light spillage. Happily, it turns out that the only thing escaping through this will be heat. The lens itself looks promisingly large for such an affordable projector, while a large hole cut in the top panel provides access to simple and reasonably responsive zoom and focus rings.

Highlights include two HDMIs one with MHL supporta VGA input, a USB 2. The USB port can be used for connecting USB storage devices or compatible digital cameras for playing slideshows directly through the projector. The EH-TW is well specified for its money. As we pointed out at the start of the review, it claims to be capable of shunting out an impressive 2, lumens of brightness — although this drops to 1, lumens under the Eco lamp output setting. The EH-TW supports 3D playback if you add a pair of optional active shutter 3D glasses, and the 3D playback is supported by a Hz driving system to reduce crosstalk ghosting noise.

Perhaps the most surprising discovery on the EH-TW given its price is a frame interpolation processor, designed to calculate extra frames of video to remove judder. Whether this processing system turns out to be a help or a hindrance remains to be seen. One last feature to mention here is the inclusion of a built-in speaker.

When it comes to physical setup aids, the EH-TW is hit and miss. There are also screw-down feet at each rear corner and a drop-down leg under the centre of the front edge. The zoom and focus rings are accessed through an opening in the top panel, and respond reasonably accurately to small movements. They even feature some video-processing options including frame interpolation, detail enhancement, noise reduction and MPEG noise reduction.

Most of your calibration tricks will, for reasons discussed in the picture quality section, focus on trying to get more black level out of the projector. You can try nudging down the brightness to a level around the early 40s, although this tends to affect the colour balance and shadow detail a bit too heavily.

The 46 level used by the Cinema mode is probably as low as most people will want to take the brightness. Other tips would be to turn of all noise-reduction processing, at least when watching HD, and to use the Frame Interpolation system for sport — and even then, only on its Low setting. Trending: iPhone 12 Review Xbox Series X Review PS5 Review Best TV Best VPN Best iPhone Best Wireless Earbuds.

Home Reviews Epson EH-TW Sections Page 1 Epson EH-TW Review Page 2 Picture Quality Review Page 3 3D, Sound and Conclusions Review. Pros Cute, small design Bright, colourful pictures Runs quietly in Eco lamp mode.

Cons Below par black-level response Runs noisily in Normal lamp mode Colours affected by greyness during dark scenes. John Archer. John Archer has written about, and been immersed in the world of, home entertainment technology for over 20 years. He intends to continue in this vein until he becomes too frail to lift ridiculously b…. Next Picture Quality Review.