Originally Posted by badbad2000
Can teach how to adjust it? I only notice very slight red at side line but dont understand how to adjust it. I have disney wow calibration disc but no matter how i adjust, the line wont get white. I chg left side, right side color chg.
For pixel alignment (convergence), no calibration disc is needed (or even an option) as Epson displays its own grid pattern. Instructions can be found near the beginning of this thread.
Of course, the first thing to do is make sure your projector is focused and properly centered and aligned on your screen. It would be best if you zoomed in a little just during this test so that all pixels are visible on the screen, none on the mask. Zooming in and out shouldn't have any effect on pixel alignment.
Once you choose a color (I suggest doing red first because it is more visible than blue) and choose a pattern (I strongly suggest R/G, not R/B/G), and enable the alignment function, the first option that comes up is the upper left corner. You will see a square in the corner.
To test that pixel alignment is working for you, press the left cursor button 24 times. It will display "-24" in the "H" row on the screen to the lower right. (I'm doing this all from memory so I hope I'm getting it all right.) You should now see that the red vertical line in the upper left corner is several pixels to the left of the green vertical line. (Notice that the red lines are increasingly closer to the green the further to the right you look. By the time you get the far right side of the screen, the red vertical line hasn't moved at all. Now move the red line all the way in the right direction using the right cursor button until the lower right display in the "H" row shows 24. The red line has now moved several pixels to the right of the green line.
Repeat the above using the up and down cursor buttons and verify that the red line at the upper left corner moves up and down.
If this works then go back to the instructions at the beginning of this thread and converge your entire screen.
If the above still doesn't work let us know.