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Manuals:

I located the setup manual labeled

Multisync XG85

Multisync XG135C


Model number


XG-852/XG-1352

XG-852C/XG1352G


Are these manuals also going to cover the XG110 also known as the XG1100?


It does not appear by the labeling that they mean 852 series THRU 1352 series.


They appear very detailed and I want to be sure which manual I will EXACTLY need.


Anyone have sources the original XG110 manuals all of them?



Remotes:

Also, there are remotes on Ebay – I got a great deal on two machines – but I only got one “master†or “setup†remote.


1. Do I need the smaller USER remote at all?

2. Will I need to have the EXACT model remote for the second master remote, or do other NEC master remotes have ALL the same settings?


Thanks in advance.


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Mike


That manual is what I used for my XG1100.


You do not need the user remote.


Those remotes are pretty universal, you can even use the older remotes with the newer XG's or you can use the newer remotes with the older PG's.


One other thing, a user remote will do alot of what the service remote will do, you just do not have the direct access buttons.


Have fun.


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Mike,

You can use a RC6051 PG Plus and Extra on the XG, only difference is one button you wont use that address's a multi projector application. The original XG remote is the RC6321. The RC6011 is for the PG6-9000.


User remote is nice if you just want to turn on and off and switch inputs, the full service remotes does everything.


In a pinch the XG852 is non LC and the closest to the XG1100 also non LC.

The XG852 and XG1352 were version 3 (firmware) that also has a com dec decoder board for running component.


New original service manuals are pretty expensive $100 + and are heavy to ship but nice to have.


There is a operation, installation and service manual. Service manual has all the information needed. Doug
 

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You can download a good pdf of the service manual for a small fee here www.freebrd.com Look on the internet first, of course, they used to be posted for free in places. The fee for a pdf copy of the service manual is well worth it though as it includes an installation manual too. The manual you have is FINE though as long as its the installation manual. The operators manual is not all that helpful, but may have a tidbit or two of info.
 

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Mike


That manual is what I used for my XG1100.


You do not need the user remote.


Those remotes are pretty universal, you can even use the older remotes with the newer XG's or you can use the newer remotes with the older PG's.


One other thing, a user remote will do alot of what the service remote will do, you just do not have the direct access buttons.


Have fun.


Deron.
Serious doubts about using this manual - I see the one model has completely different setup measurements than the other model covered in the same manual.


I would have to assume the XG 110 will have a third set of measurements. I will be trying to find all the exact manuals I need.
 

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One of the links is dead and the other is not much of a manual I tried those already.


Will keep looking.
 

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Mike,


I live in NW Indiana (Highland) and have an XG1101 (110LC) and I have all of the original NEC manuals. If you want to come by, I would be happy to photo copy them for you.


Send me an email at [email protected] if you want to come by.


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LC and air coupled will have different setup specs, as they use different lenses. The lenses used on the XG750, XG1350(note this model is NOT an LC) and XG852 should all be the same. I think an XG75 manual is likely closer to what you want if you don't want to pay the $10. to freebrd for the downloadable service manual.
 

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Interesting how the manuals are so hard to find online for free at a time when it seems like everything is on the net.


Looks like I was right - I am going to need the exact set of manuals and the service manual for my unit.


I will pay for it rather than take a chance all the dimensions listed will be off.


So - anyone have links to the exact manuals for the XG1100 aka XG110 the regular model...NOT the LC - Liquid Coupled ?


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I'm not associated with the freebrd site in any way OTHER than I've contributed copies of manuals to the site to help Scott create the most comperhensive library of hard to find crt manuals in the world.

The $10. he charges for a GOOD pdf downloadable manual is a PITTANCE if you've ever tried to make a paper copy of one of these things. Some have over 100 pages of 11 X 17 schematics included(the service manuals are like this).

I have personally had copies made of service manuals like this and it costs me MORE in photocopying charges than the download cost, and that is at a pro copy shop where they charge you half a cent per page because of volume.

I think you should download the good pdf version of the manual you need from Scott's site, and keep your eyes open for manuals he needs. If you find a manual he needs, send it to him to copy(he'll send it back to you !) and from then on you get FREE manuals from him.

I can't think of a better run private site than Scott's(well.............maybe this one).
 

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Paul,

I agree 100% on this. I had a small NEC ACAT manual copied to disk and it ran $35 for 8-10 pages.


Matter of fact I think Ill send it to Scott. Doug
 

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Doug: That is a GREAT idea ! I look at him as our unofficial librarian. Preserving copies of our invaluable manuals. I just hope he never gets tired of all the scanning !!
 

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Paul,

I was wondering about that myself, not something I want to do or have time for. I just cant imagine doing this.


Just heard back from Scott, Ill send it over. Doug
 
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