User Manual: Economy and LITE
Carefully unpack the product and check that you have all of the items shown below. If any of these items are missing, please contact email@example.com immediately.
- Power cord
- Remote control
- Soft-foam packaging material
Operating the Projector
- MY BUTTON. Allows the user to define buttons and hotkeys. These functions can be set using the OSD menu.
- STATUS LED
- KEYSTONE. Manually corrects distorted images resulting from an angled projection. Left/Right/Up/Down, Selects the required menu item to make adjustments.
- POWER LED
- POWER. Toggles the projector between standby mode and Power ON.
- MENU/EXIT. Open the OSD menu.
- ENTER. Enacts the selected On-Screen Display menu item. Displays the Corner Adj. page.
- SOURCE. Shows the Source Selection Bar.
- Power. Switches the projector between Standby and ON modes.
- Signal Selection button.
- COMP. Select the signal source for the D-Sub/Comp. Display. • VIDEO. Select the source of the Video displayed. • HDMI/MHL. Select the source of the HDMI/MHL displayed.
- Auto Sync. Automatically verifies the best picture quality for the image displayed.
- Keystone Correction Buttons. Manually corrects distorted images resulting from an angled projection. Left/Right/Up/Down. Selects the required menu item to make adjustments.
- Enter. Enacts the selected On-Screen Display (OSD) menu item.
- Menu. Open the OSD menu.
- (Left Mouse Button). Once Cursor Mode has been activated, this key would have the same function as the Left Mouse Button. Only available when PC input signals were selected.
- (Right Mouse Button). Once Cursor Mode has been activated, this key would have the same function as the Right Mouse Button. Only available when PC input signals were selected.
- Mouse. Switch between Normal and Cursor. Mode. PgUp, PgDn, , : Activated by pressing the [Mouse] button. The screen will display an icon that indicates Cursor Mode has been activated.
- (Panel Key Lock). To disable Panel Key Lock after it has been activated, please press
- (Presentation Timer). Brings up the Presentation Timer settings menu.
- (Volume). Brings up the Volume Slider
- Eco Mode. Select light source Mode.
- (My Buttons)
- Source. Shows the Source Selection Bar.
- Exit. Goes back to the previous OSD menu.
- Exits and saves menu settings.
- PgUp (Page Up)/PgDn (Page Down).
- Pattern. Shows the inbuilt testing screens.
- Blank. Hide screen image.
- (Help). Brings up the Help menu.
- (Mute) Toggles the projector audio between on and off.
- (Zoom). Brings up the Zoom Bar which can be used to magnify or shrink the projected image.
- Color Mode. Selects an available Picture Setup mode.
- Audio Mode. Selects an Audio mode.
- Focusing ring. Adjusts the focus of the projected image.
- (Aspect ratio). Displays the aspect ratio selection bar.
There is an area of darkness between the projector and the projected image that grows the further back you place it. If you place a projector 5’ back, you’ll probably have a 2-3’ gap of darkness between the projector and the image. You need to be able to hang the projector ABOVE the surface.
Keep in mind that this requires a little more setup time. Due to how short-throw the projector is any incremental adjustment will be reflected on the projected image. It will take a little extra time to set up everything perfectly because of that throw. The throw ratio is a blessing and a curse.
Keystone distortion is a problem where the projected image becomes trapezoidal in shape (keystone distortion) as a result of poor projection angle.
To correct this situation, you should adjust the projector height and use the keystone correction to fix the issue manually.
You may manually adjust the irregular shapes and sizes of the rectangular image manually.
- Go to the on-screen menu
- Corner Adjustment menu and press [Enter]
- This will bring up the Corner Adjustment page where you can select any one/some/all of the corners to adjust
HDMI is the best video connection method available. If the source device comes with HDMI jacks, you will be able to acquire uncompressed digital video quality.
Use an HDMI cable to establish a connection between the projector and HDMI device.
- Connect one end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI output jack on the video device.
- Connect the other end of the cable to the HDMI signal input jack on the projector.
Turn on the Projector
Plug the power cord into the projector and into a wall socket. Turn on the switch on the wall socket (if available). Press Power to switch on the projector. If this is the first time that you've switched on the projector, please refer to on-screen instructions and select your OSD language. Switch on all connected equipment. The projector will then begin a search of the input signals. The lower right corner of the screen will display the current input signal being scanned. If the projector fails to detect a valid signal, the screen will display a [NO SIGNAL] message until an input signal is found.
Find the Signal
The projector can be connected to multiple devices at the same time. However, it can only display one full screen at a time. If you want the projector to automatically search for various signals, please confirm that the SYSTEM > Quick Auto Search function in the Source menu is switched ON.
You may also press the source selection button on the remote control or search for available input signals to manually select the desired signals.
- Press [Source] to display the source selection column.
- Keep pressing the / until you arrive at the desired signal, then press [Enter].
Once detected, the selected source information will display on the screen for seconds. If there are multiple devices connected to the projector, repeat steps 1 to 2 to search for another signal.