How do I set up the projector to automatically detect and display a 4K HDR signal?
Connect your image source to the projector's HDMI1 or HDMI2 port. In the Signal menu, set the Color Space and Dynamic Range settings to Auto.
The projector will automatically detect and display compatible signals only. If you don't see an image, check the projector's Info menu to make sure you are sending a compatible 4K HDR signal to the projector. If the Color Format section of the Info menu does not display 4K BT.2020 and HDR, the signal is not compatible. See the table below for a list of signals compatible with your projector.
|Display format (refresh rate)||Refresh rate (in Hz)||Resolution (in pixels)|
|4K × 2K||23.98/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60||3840 × 2160|
|23.98/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60||4096 × 2160|
|Display format (refresh rate)||Chroma subsampling (pixel encoding)||Color depth: 24 bits (8-bits per pixel)||Color depth: 30 bits (10-bits per pixel)||Color depth: 36 bits (12-bits per pixel)|
|4K/60p (60 Hz)||4:4:4||HDR||HDR||HDR|
|4K/24p (24 Hz)||4:4:4||HDR||HDR||HDR|
|4:2:0||This signal does not exist.|
Note: Compatible 4K signals are converted for output as an HDR image. For example, a 4K 60 Hz 4:4:4 8-bit signal is converted to a 4:2:2 10-bit HDR signal.
Note: Press the Menu button on the remote control and select the Info menu to determine whether you are receiving an HDR signal.
You can also check your equipment's documentation for HDR output signal compatibility or contact your provider for 4K HDR streaming signal compatibility.