Calibrate an Optoma HD-70 Projector
In order to receive optimal quality out of an Optoma HD-70 projector, it is important to calibrate it to the proper settings. A projector is used in either business or home theater settings to project an image from a smaller device so that it can be seen by a larger audience more clearly. Calibrating the projector ensures that the best picture quality is achieved and the highest-quality colors are being displayed when the machine is in use.
1. Turn on the Optoma HD-70 projector and allow the machine to fully load. Grab the remote control that came with the projector and press the “Menu” button to bring up the menu.
2. Select the “Image” tab from the options available on the screen. The following calibration tabs will be on screen: contrast, brightness, color, tint and sharpness.
3. Move the adjustable bars on screen back and forth to adjust each bar according to your personal preferences. If desired, set the tabs to optimal settings for the best calibration by selecting the following settings: Contrast 7; Brightness -1; Color 4; Tint 0; Sharpness 6.