How do I adjust the color for multiple projectors that are projecting from one source?
You can match the display quality of multiple projectors that will project next to each other.
Note: Make sure you select Multi-Projection or 3D Multi-Projection (for 3D images) for the color mode. Brightness and colors may not match exactly even after performing the steps below.
- Press the Menu button.
- Select the Extended menu and press Enter.
- Select the Multi-Projection setting and press Enter.
- Select the Multi-screen setting and press Enter. You see this screen:
Note: Press Enter to toggle between the projected image and the adjustment screen.
- Set the Adjustment Level setting to 1 and press Enter.
- Set the remote control ID to match the second projector.
- Access the Extended menu Multi-screen setting on the second projector and set the Adjustment Level setting to 1.
- Adjust the Brightness Correct. setting on the projector with the darkest display so it matches the lighter display, and press Enter. (You may need to switch the remote control ID back and forth to make adjustments to each projector in all of these steps.)
- Change the Adjustment Level setting to 5 on each projector, but this time match the lighter display to the darker one.
- Adjust the Brightness Correct. setting on Adjustment Level2, 3, and 4 in the same way.
- Adjust the Color Correct. settings for green-to-red (G/R) and blue-to-yellow (B/Y) balance for all the levels on both projectors in the same way.
- If you need to match more projectors, repeat these steps matching projector 3 to projector 2, 4 to 3, and so on.
Published: July 16, 2013
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