Originally Posted by jmonier
RS-232 codes are in the Owner's Manual for the RS-1 & RS-2 (and the Owner's Manual is available on the web site). Is that too difficult for you?
If you were talking about Sanyo it would be a different story.
I guess I will expound a bit then.
There is a half-baked implementation of the RS232 codes for the RS2 in the manual. It was just a cut and paste of the RS1 codes. No new RS232 codes for all of the new RS2 features.
The manual was released prior to the projector release.
When I saw that those codes were missing from the manual (zoom, focus, v-stretch), the local distributor and I had a conference call with the JVC Chief D-ILA engineer for the US. He said that the codes for the new stuff should definitely be in the actual projector's release. He said he would get with the engineers in Japan and find out what the codes were and send them to us.
So after a week or two and a follow-up call, he mentioned that the team in Japan hadn't given him any more information, but he was still working on it. He also thought that the manual might need updating.
So the projector was released and the Manual didn't change and there wasn't any more information on the missing codes. So another call to the Engineer.
He basically said that Japan had told him what they delivered is all there would be. He speculated that the codes were problably in the firmware, but couldn't get any of the engineers in Japan to give them over. He said that was all he could do.
So there were complaints and Tom Stites said he would give it a try. We submitted the stuff that was needed to him, but it died there also.
The RS232 wasn't the only stuff. That was just one example.
Does that clarify things jmonier?