DU8090Z DLP Projector - User Manual
Offset: These three options will shift the color spectrum for the whole image and change its brightness, if minimal
amount of red, green or blue appears in the gray areas, you can adjust the offset of the corresponding color
accordingly. By increasing the offset, the image brightness will become lower.
Gain: These three options are used to increase or decrease the range of color input for the entire image. If minimal
amount of red, green or blue appears in the gray areas, lower the gain of the corresponding color accordingly. As gain
increases, the contrast of the image will become lower.
HSG is a function to adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain independently, it allows for specified color adjustments that are more
intuitive. You can adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain for Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and white independently.
Noise Reduction
Use ◄► to adjust the noise of the projected image. This function is used to remove the noise of the image with interlaced
scanning input. Generally, noise reduction can lower the high-frequency details and make the image softer.
Dynamic Black
This is function can be used to enhance the black level of the projected image.
Lens Lock
This function can be used to disable lens control for preventing unauthorized operation or disoperation in lens control
related functions including Lens Shift, Zoom/Focus adjustment and Center Lens. Recommend to turn on Lens Lock
function to disable the Lens control after lens adjustment is done.
Lens Control
Select this function to open Lens Control menu for adjustment of Zoom, Focus, or Shift. You can use the ENTER button to
switch the Zoom / Focus or Shift menu. Use or to adjust zoom and vertical shift of the lens, or use to adjust
focus and horizontal shift of the lens.
Turning on Lens Lock will disable lens control function including Lens Shift, Center Lens and Zoom/Focus
adjustment, please make sure Lens Lock is disable before you perform the lens control function.
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