Sanyo PLV-Z2 - Setup
Setting Up the Sanyo Z2 projector
The Sanyo is plug and play. Plug in your component cable, adjust the feet or lens shift, etc. turn it on and you can start watching (as long as you remember to open the projector’s door, if closed). Select your source and you are in business.
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The Sanyo has a very capable selection of controls for color, more than enough to keep most techno freaks happy. As you can see from this screen shot, you have separate Red Green Blue control, plus color temperature, color saturation, tint, and there are plenty more controls. As I recommended earlier, get a color calibration disk (I use AVIA), and have a blast. Take your time, save your settings, and then do it again with different ambient light if you plan to have different lighting levels…
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Overall, Sanyo’s menus are well laid out but you will have to get used to how to move back and forth between primary and sub-menus, and then making the actual adjustments. No big deal, Sanyo just does it somewhat differently than most.