Safety & Warnings
- Please check all contents while unpacking.
- Please read this manual carefully before using the projector.
- Do not look directly into the light from the projector lens. This can harm your eyes.
- Do not allow children or infants to stay in areas where they can look at the projector lens from any angle.
- Do not put the projector in a damp, humid environment.
- Do not drop or knock the projector, this can damage the lens.
- Do not expose the projector to direct sunlight.
- The ideal working temperature for the projector is 0°C-35°C.
- The appropriate storage temperature for the projector is -20°C-50°C.
- Do not block the ventilation window - the projector will shut down automatically if the internal temperature gets too high. Regular cleaning is important - do not let the filter build up dust.
- When using the remote, point it towards the remote sensor.
- You can adjust the definition of the image by adjusting the lens focus.
- The adjustable support base can move the projection angle by a maximum of 15°. The best display effect will be obtained by angle ranges of 0°-8°.
Please refer to the image below for setting up.
For best effect, do not allow other sources of light to shine directly onto the projection screen.
Please follow the data in the chart below to adjust the image size and the distance between the lens and screen.
The image size depends on the distance between the projector and the screen. There may be a 3% deviation from the data. Different room settings may require different projector placement from the above. The projected image will become blurred if the distance is shorter than 2m or longer than 5m.
Please follow the figure below to adjust the trapezoid correction.
If mounting the projector to the ceiling, please shift the high regulator and ensure that all screws that are going into the ceiling mounting holes are going less than 1cm into the unit. This is to avoid electrocution as longer screws may penetrate the plastic shell and touch high voltage components inside the projector.
If mounting the projector on the ceiling, it is recommended that this is performed by a professional installer. Please refer to the image below for positioning.
- if the projector is used in a humid environment, it may affect the shape of the screen and cause functionality issues with the unit.
- Ensure there is enough ventilation around the projector, as overheating will significantly shorten the life of the projector.
Note: If this is the first time using the projector, please read the "installation" section in this manual before use. To connect the signal cable and power cable to the projector, follow this operating process. Before starting the projector, please connect the external device (such as the PC, Blu-ray player, etc.)
1. Place 2x AAA batteries into the remote control before use.
2. Connect the power cable to the power jack. The indicator light should turn red. Remove the lens cap.
3. Press the POWER button on the remote control until the panel indicator lights up.
4. After 2 seconds, the projector should start up.
5. The projected image may be blurry or in the shape of a trapezoid. Please refer to the Installation section to adjust this.
6. Once the image becomes clear, the user can watch their desired selections. The system parameters of the projector can also be set, refer to the Menu Settings section.
While using the projector, press the POWER button to shut it down. Even tho the projection light may go out, the projector is still running until the fan stops turning.
Control Panel Buttons
1. The UP and DOWN buttons on the remote control have the same functionality as the CH+ and CH- buttons on the control panel. Use these buttons to move the cursor upwards or downwards in the MENU function window or sub-menu.
2. Indicator light
3. SOURCE: Use this to choose the input source, such as AV, YPBPR, HDMI2, USB1, etc.
4. MENU: Use this to show the main menu or to go back to the previous menu. Use CH+/- to move forward or back, and use V+/- to select or enter options.
5. POWER: Use this to start up/shut down the projector.
How to Adjust the Trapezoidal Image
During the first use of the projector, the image may be blurry or difficult to see. This will be due to the lack of focus with the lens and the trapezoid correction. Please follow these steps to adjust the focus:
Rotate the lens clockwise or anti-clockwise, observing the image on the screen. Keep rotating the lens until the image becomes clear.
Note: If bringing the projector from a cold environment to a warm environment, there may be moisture on the lens. Ensure the moisture is removed completely before starting the projector up again.
If the projected image is in a trapezoidal shape, it can be resolved by trapezoidal correction. If the screen or projector is not level horizontally, the image may be in a trapezoidal shape. Please try to adjust the angle of the projector as it points at the screen to resolve this issue.
If the trapezoid correction fails to resolve the image shape, please reduce the vertical difference in height between the projector and the center of the screen.
System Function Operation
Select the signal source
While selecting channels, if there is no signal input, "NO SIGNAL" will be displayed.
The SOURCE button can be used to indicate your preferred signal source.
Different display modes can be set: Standard, Lively, Movie based on personal preference.
Set the colour to be cooler (blue-toned) or warmer (red-toned)
Includes options for screen zoom and 16:9 aspect ratios.
Image background noise reduction.
In VGA mode, the picture mode is relative and brightness can also be adjusted.
Use to adjust the display, language, time, memory playback and to reset the projector to the original settings.
While in projection mode, press V+/- buttons to increase or decrease the volume.
Sound Mode Standard
Adjust the sound settings as suitable to your theatre setup.
USB Interface and Supporting Formats
|Media Type||File Format||File Extension|
|Picture||JPEG, BMP, PNG||JPG/BMP/PNG|
|Video||MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, H264, RM, RMVB, MOV, MJPEG, VC1, DIVX, FLV||
|Audio||WMA, MP3, M4A(AAC)||.wma/.mp3/.m4a|
|Parameter||Resolution||Compression Options||Support Range|
|JPEG||15360x8640||Progressive JPEG||Support 1024x768|
|Baseline has been optimised||Support|
|Parameter||Extension||Internal Code||Resolution||Baud Rate|
|MPEG2||.MPG||/||1920X1808@30P||MAX to 20Mbps|
|MPEG4||.AVI/.MP4||DIVX.XVID||1820X1080@30P||MAX to 20Mpbs|
|RM/RMVB||.RM/.RMVB||RV8.RV9.RV10||1280X720@30P||MAX to 10Mbps|
|H264||.MKV/.MOV||H.264||1980X1080@30P||MAX to 20Mbps|
|MJPEG||.AVI||/||640X480@30P||MAX to 10Mbps|
|DIVX||.DIVX/.AVI||MPEG.DIVX.H264||1920X1080@30P||MAX to 20Mbps|
|VC1||.WMV||VC1||1920X1080@30P||MAX to 20Mbps|
|FLV||.FLV||H264||1920X1080@30P||MAX to 20Mbps|
|Parameter||Sample Rate||Baud Rate||Sound Channel|
Tips for Use
Read the manual carefully before use.
Operational mistakes may cause damage by electrocution or fire.
Follow the instructions listed below to use and maintain the projector.
Cleaning the Projector
Please make sure that the electric plug of the projector has been disconnected from the power supply before cleaning; use a damp cloth to wipe the unit down. It is best not to use any chemical cleaners on the projector.
All of the accessories have been packed separately in the box to avoid any possible damage to the projector. The unit comes with all accessories needed to be fully functional.
The projector best works in a non-humid or dry environment.
Set Up and Functionality
The projector needs to be set up on a level, horizontal plane and position.
Good ventilation provides essential conditions for the projector's continuous use. Prevent dust from covering the filter, as the projector may go into high-temperature protection mode due to internal temperatures.
The power on the unit is rated at 90-240V AC.
Please inspect the power cable before use to make sure it is functional.
If you hear abnormal noises coming from the projector, please unplug the power cable.
Do not open or attempt to repair the projector yourself due to high voltage that remains stored inside the unit, even when it is unplugged.
Keep Unit Away From Heat Emitting Devices
Please ensure the projector is a safe distance from other heat emitting devices.
Starting Up/Shutting Down the Projector
Before starting the projector, please connect the power cable first, then press the POWER button on the control panel. The indicator light will turn from red to green.
To shut the projector down, press the POWER button again. The indicator light will go out.
|Unit does not turn on||
1. Check that the power cable is plugged in and turned on at the wall.
2. Check the fuse in case it has blown.
|Bulb does not light up when plugged into power||
1. The bulb may be damaged or blown. Replace bulb and check again.
2. If the power has been switched off recently, wait for 15 minutes before turning the unit on again.
|No image displaying||
1. Check that the lens cap has been removed.
2. Check that the connections are all secure and that the right source signal has been selected.
|Remote not working||
1. Check that the batteries aren't flat and are inserted correctly.
2. Make sure you are pointing the remote at the IR sensor of the projector, not at the projection/screen.
3. Turn the projector off, wait for 15 minutes, then turn it on again.
|The projector has auto shutdown||
1. Check the dust filter to make sure it isn't clogged.
2. Internal fans may be damaged and may need to be replaced.