Philips LC4242 Projector User Manual

1. Fully compatible with PC and MAC
The projector will adapt automatically to the proper data
source. The auto image feature automatically sizes and
positions the image to fit optimally in the screen picture.
2. High reliability and excellent brightness
The Philips UHP lamp guarantees long life, excellent
brightness over the lamps lifetime and excellent colour
reproduction. Furthermore, the projector has an excellent
uniformity of brightness over the whole screen.
3. Excellent video quality
The projector accepts the input signal of all major video
formats, including PAL, SECAM, NTSC and the higher quality
S-Video signals. The projector will recognize these standards
and adapt to them automatically. With the picture format
feature you can select one of three picture format options
4:3, 16:9 or 16:9 enlarged.
4. Very easy to install and operate
The USB (Universal Serial Bus) connectors allow you to
connect to computers and PC peripherals equipped with USB
USB out (upstream)
for connecting a PC or MAC computer
equipped with a USB interface (down stream) for ease of
operation, resulting in real hot plug and play operation.
USB in (downstream)
for connecting USB peripherials (like
speakers, a mouse, a document video camera, a keyboard, a
wireless connection box, a printer etc.) for ease of use,
resulting in real hot plug and play operation.
The OSD (On Screen Display) information screens and
menus in 6 languages provide you with additional information
to help you make the right choices about installation and
operation, and to perform the correct actions.
The standard OSD language is English. In addition you can
select French, Spanish, German, Italian and Portuguese.
The sensor of the wireless remote control allows you to
operate both your computer as well as your projector from
almost anywhere in the room. The directional shuttle on
the projector and on the compact remote control function
as Cursor Control and are used to manipulate the mouse
cursor on the connected computer, as long as the menu is
not active. On the optional trackball remote control the
trackball is used to manipulate the mouse cursor. When the
menu is active the Cursor Control controls the menu cursor.
The remote control and local keyboard provide direct access
buttons for those functions that are most often used during
Source selection buttons
With the VIDEO and DATA buttons you can directly select
the required source: S-video, Video or Data.
Switches the projector in the Power Standby mode.
Mutes the sound of the projector (or an externally connected
sound amplifier).
A/V (Audio/Video) Mute
Blanks out the screen and mutes the sound of the projector
(or an externally connected sound amplifier).
For adjusting the volume.
5. Stereo Audio Output
Line output for connecting external audio equipment via
standard 3.5 mm stereo jack.
6. Adjustable Screen Capability
The diagonal picture size of the display can be set from
21" (0.53 m) to 262" (6.6 m).
7. Ceiling Mount and Rear Screen projection
The projector is equipped with a full mirror scan conversion
function (vertical/horizontal mirror), which allows the image
to be reversed for ceiling mount as well as for rear projection
8. External monitor connection
A separate external monitor (or a second projector) can be
connected to the projector, using an optional VGA Y-cable.
The image projected is simultaneously shown on the
9. Digital Keystone Correction
A keystoned image (picture top width larger than picture
bottom width or vice versa) appears when the relative
positions of the projector and the screen are not correct.
With the vertical keystone correction feature you can
correct this picture distortion. Vertical keystone correction is
accessible in the Display submenu of the OSD menu.
10. Digital features
The digital features of the projector are of great value for an
attractive presentation. With digital zoom a specific part of
the projected image can be enlarged. The digital freeze
feature enables you to capture moving pictures (still picture).
4. Projector Features