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****** Page 1 ****** aaxa TECHNOLOGIES LED PICO Pocket Projector User Guide

****** Page 2 ****** Caution! WARNING: Please use this product as instructed. Misuse may cause injury or death. DO NOT use while driving DO NOT expose to water or wet surfaces. Electric shock may occur. DO NOT expose the projected LED image to your eyes or the eyes of others DO NOT block or restrict airflow from ventilation holes as this may cause the projector to overheat Keep the projector, battery, or charger away from any heat sources Caution for Battery Use Do not pierce or puncture the battery with sharp objects Do not heat the product or expose it to high temperature. Do not wet it or place it in any liquid Caution for Headphone Use Prolonged use at high volume may impair your hearing. High volume during walking or driving may cause distractions and result in injury or death

****** Page 3 ****** 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 13 14 Table of Contents Chapter 1: LED Pico at a glance Main Unit Front/Back Keypad Accessories Chapter 2: Getting Started Powering On / OFF Focus Adjustment / Throw Distance Connecting to a Computer HDMI Connecting to Composite Video Connecting to HDMI Video Connecting to Speaker or Head- phones Connecting a Micro SD Card 16 18 19 21 22 24 25 28 29 34 35 36 Connecting to a USB Host Chapter 3: Menu Screens Main menu Video Player Menu Video FAQ Photo Viewer Menu Photo FAQ Music Player Menu Music FAQ Ebook Viewer Menu Setup Menu Chapter 4: Technical Details Troubleshooting Specifications 1

****** Page 4 ****** LED Pico at a Glance Main Unit Front/Back Focus Adjustment Charge Port USB Port Power Button Menu Navigation AV Input Audio Out HDMI Chapter 1 2

****** Page 5 ****** Keypad Back / Exit On / Off Directional Keys 3

****** Page 6 ****** Accessories Micro USB Cable AN Cable Tripod *Under various circumstances, the actual accessories may be different from those shown in the pictures above. 4

****** Page 7 ****** Getting Started Chapter 2 Powering ON the projector If you want to charge your LED Pico, simply plug in the Micro USB cable to any computer or wall adapter. 2. Once your LED Pico is charged, hold down the power button for approximately three seconds until the unit starts projecting. Powering OFF the projector 1. Press and the power button once, then again to confirm. 2. After a few seconds, the unit should turn off fully. Note: The LED Pico Projector battery does not charge when it is in operation. 5

****** Page 8 ****** FOCUS Adjusment / Throw Distance Focus Adjustment Spin the focus wheel up or down until the image becomes clear. Throw Distance Chart Istance lnc 6 38 51 3 75 Throw Ratio 1.5 lagona 17 5 34 2 50 nc *minimum throw distance: 10 inches 0/ 4GO& 6:9 Aspect Ratio 6

****** Page 9 ****** Connecting to a Computer via HDMI Step 1: Connect one end of the Step 2: Connect one end of the step 3: In the Main Menu Select “INPUT” to your computer’S HDMI Cord HDMI Adapter to your LED Picos HDMI Cord icon HDMI Adapter Select “HDMI” icon 7

****** Page 10 ****** Connecting to a Computer Cont. Step 4: Enabling HDMI output on your Computer —To enable HDMI output on your computer most comput- ers require “turning on” the video output feature. Each computer is different. Please consult your owner’s manual for instructions to enable HDMI output. Below are standard instructions for a Windows XP computer — not all systems are the same. Step 5: Press function & “F5’J to instruct / the computer to enable multiple displays. You can also press Windows+P to toggle through display settings. *NOTE: different operating sys- tems may differ step 6: 1. Right click on computer desk- top and select “Properties” 2. Display Properties window will pop up 3. Click on the “Settings” Tab 4. If a secondary monitor is grayed out, click on it and check “Extend my Windows Desktop onto this monitor” 5. If the image is blurry or the text is not legible, adjust the screen resolution. We recommend 1280×800. 8

****** Page 11 ****** Connecting to Composite Video Step 1: Connect one end of the to your LED Pico’s Composite Cord AN Adapter Step 2: Connect opposite end of to your devices Composi e Cord Composite Cord Hornl 9

****** Page 12 ****** Connecting to Composite Video Cont. Step 3: In the Main Menu Select “INPUT” icon Step 4: Turn on your multimedia device. Connectivity with multimedia devices Select “AV’ icon The LED Pico can connect to many media devices including: iPod, iPhone, iPad, VHS players, DVD players, smart phones, cameras, video game consoles and other peripherals with ease. *Apps on smart phones require video out capabilities to be displayed with the LED Pico. 10

****** Page 13 ****** Connecting to HDMI Video Step 1: Connect one end of the to your LED Pico’s Mini HDMI Cable Mini HDMI Adapter Step 2: Connect one end of the Horru HDMI o your devices Hornt HDMI Adapter d eco 11

****** Page 14 ****** Connecting to HDMI Video Cont. Step 3: In the Main Menu smcc::• Select “HDMI” icon Select “INPUT” icon Step 4: Turn on your multimedia device. If available select 960×540 or 1280×800 Connectivity with multimedia devices The LED Pico can connect to many media devices including: iPod, iPhone, iPad, VHS players, DVD players, smart phones, cameras, video game consoles and other peripherals with ease. *Apps on smart phones require video out capabilities to be displayed with the LED 12 Pico.

****** Page 15 ****** Connecting Speakers/Headphones Step I: Connect your speakers/headphones to the projector’s speaker adapter. Hornl step 2: step 3: 3.5 mm cord Speaker Adapter Ensure the power and volume on your speaker or headphones is turned on Place the headphones on and enjoy! *CAUTION for Headphone Use Prolonged use at high volume may impair hearing 13

****** Page 16 ****** Micro SD Card How to insert your Micro SD Card Slide in your SD card into the SD card slot on the front of the LED Pico. (as shown in picture) Gently slide the SD card until it clicks into place. How to access your Micro SD Card Once your SD Card has been inserted, you can navigate to any media content in the main menu.. After selecting the media content, choose the SD card selection. You can now access the data on your SD card through the onboard media player *Review the Specification section of this manual to read about the supported file formats. O SD CARD 14

****** Page 17 ****** Micro SD Media Player menu Card Cont. In the Media Player selection you can choose from Videos, Audio, Pictures, and Ebooks. Select the appropriate menu for the type of file you wish to view. File Menu System The LED Pico will show all folders and files you have on your SD Card in the C: drive. Use the directional buttons to navigate to different folders or files. Return: Brings you back to the main menu 15

****** Page 18 ****** USB Host How to insert your USB Drive Slide your USB Drive into USB adapter. (as shown in picture) Gently slide the drive until it cannot go in any further How to access your USB Drive Once your USB Drive has been in- serted, you can navigate to any media content in the main menu.. After selecting the media content, choose the USB selection. You can now access the data on your USB drive through the onboard media player *Review the Specification section of this manual to read about the supported file formats. USB DC5V 16

****** Page 19 ****** USB Host Cont. Media Player menu HOME File Menu System The LED Pico will show all folders and files you have on your IJSB Drive. Use the directional buttons to navigate to different folders or files. In the Media Player selection you can choose from Videos, Audio, Pictures, and Ebooks. Select the appropriate menu for the type of file you wish to view. Return: Brings you back to the main menu 17

****** Page 20 ****** Menu Screens Main Menu Chapter 3 The LED Pico features a built in PMP (Portable Media Player) function. This function allows the projector to play videos, pictures, music files, and text. To access the main menu simply turn on the projector. HOME Scroll Left/Right by pressing the left and right directional buttons To select a submenu, highlight the desired submenu and press the 0K button located in the middle of the keypad. To go back to the previous page while in a submenu, press the back on the far right just underneath the directional keypad. 18

****** Page 21 ****** Video Player Menu HOME Select the “video” icon Opening a file: Select the video option from the main menu. Select the hardware media the file is stored on Choose which file you wish to play. The LED Pico will show all folders and files you have on your USB or SD Drives. Use the directional buttons to navigate to different folders or files. 19

****** Page 22 ****** Video Player Menu Playing Videos To use the video controls, use the directional keys to highlight the option you wish to choose. Move selection left Move selection right Confirm selection To open the vide player menu, press “0K” on projector. To close the video player menu, hit “back” on projector. Rewind Video Play Video play Fastfonuard Video Previous video Prev Next Video Next Stop Video Stop Aspect Ratio Aspect 20

****** Page 23 ****** Video Playback FAQ How do I loop a video? 1 2. 3. 4. 5. Choose either USB or SD Card for playback Navigate the folders until you reach the file you wish to play. Highlight the file you want to play, then confirm the selection. Move selection on video player menu to “Repeat A”, and press 0K until it says “Repeat 1”. The video will now loop after playback is finished. Repeat A set A Channel 21

****** Page 24 ****** Photo Menu Select the “photo” icon HOME Opening a file: Select the photo option from the main menu. Select the hardware media the file is stored on Choose which file you wish to play. The LED Pico will show all folders and files you have on your USB or SD Drives. Use the directional buttons to navigate to different folders or files. 22

****** Page 25 ****** Photo Menu Viewing Pictures To use the photo controls, use the directional keys to highlight the option you wish to choose. Move selection left Move selection right Confirm selection To open the vide player menu, press “0K” on projector. To close the video player menu, hit “back” on projector. Music Options Start Slideshow Previous photo Next Photo Next Stop Slideshow Stop Repeat photo Repeat A Mse Ott Show photo Playlist Piavhst 23

****** Page 26 ****** Photo Slideshow FAQ How do I play a slideshow? 1. Choose either USB or SD Card for playback How do I manually control the slideshow? 1. 2. 3. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Navigate to the folder that contains the pictures you wish to see in the slideshow Confirm selection of the first picture. Press “play” in the photo menu Slideshow will not play. NOTE: Selecting “repeat” will loop slideshow. After selecting the photo you wish to be displayed, you can press “play” to start the slideshow (as outlined in the previous FAQ). To manually control the slideshow, you must stop the slideshow with the “stop” button. You may use either the controls on top of the projector itself to flip through the pictures in the current playlist. 24

****** Page 27 ****** Music Player Menu U….-EO Select the “Audio” icon HOME Opening a file: Select the audio option from the main menu. Select the hardware me- dia the file is stored on Choose which file you wish to play. The LED Pico will show all folders and files you have on your USB or SD Drives. Use the directional buttons to navigate to different folders or files. 25

****** Page 28 ****** Music Player Menu Listening to Audio To use the audio controls, use the directional keys to highlight the option you wish to choose. Move selection left Move selection right Confirm selection To open the music menu, press “0K” on projector. To close the music menu, hit “back” on projector. Rewind Previous Track Stop Playback Play / Pause Fastforward Next Track Repeat Track 26

****** Page 29 ****** Music Playback FAQ How do I loop a song? 1. Choose either USB or SD Card for playback How do I create a song playlist? 2. 3. 4. 5. Navigate the folders until you reach the file you wish to play. Highlight the file you want to play, then confirm the selection. Move selection on music player menu to “repeat”, and confirm the selection. The song will now loop after playback is finished. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Insert your media device (either mi- croSD card or USB) into computer. Make a new folder on media device (folder name will be the name of the playlist). Transfer songs from computer to the new folder, name accordingly. Remove media device from computer and insert into projector. Navigate to Audio section, then choose appropriate media device. Navigate to your playlist folder. Start at first song. Playback will follow each successive song on the list. *To create a special order for the list, add nu- merical numbering to the beginning of each file. 27

****** Page 30 ****** EBook Viewer Menu Hoge Opening a file: Choose “Open File” option Select device file is stored on Select file from list The LED Pico will show all folders and files you have on your USB or SD Drives. Use the directional buttons to navigate to different folders or files. Viewing text files The LED Pico Projector allows you to view text files. Select the file you want to view in the file menu for the particular storage device on which the file is stored. You can press the left and right arrow buttons on the directional pad to flip through the pages you have in the present folder. *Review Specification section of this manual for supported ebook formats. 28

****** Page 31 ****** Setup Menu The Settings Menu can be accessed by selecting “Settings”on the main menu Within the settings menu there are four more submenus that allow you to customize your LED Pico to the settings you want. Picture Picture Mode Color Temperature Aspect Ratio Sound Sound Mode Balance Auto Volume Surround Sound Time Clock Off Time Sleep Timer Option OSD Language Restore Factory Default Blending OSD Duration 29

****** Page 32 ****** Picture Settings Picture Mode Changes the picture mode to different settings depending on your choosing. Color Mode Adjusts the color temperature from hot to cool (red to blue). Slideshow Time Adjusts the time between photos when in slideshow mode Aspect Ratio Adjusts the image’s aspect ratio from 16:9 to 4:3 Upgrade Upgrades the LED Pico’s firmware PICTURE Mace Stanoarø Color Mode Medium slides,h0W ume O Projection Aspect Ratio pc setup *Caution: Some pictures may be cut off when aspect ratio is set incorrectly 30

****** Page 33 ****** Sound Settings Stood*’ d uanc• C Auto VOIumø Oft turround Cound Off SOUNO Sound Mode Change the sound mode depend- ing on what is currently playing. Balance Adjusts the balance of the sound, from left to right. Auto Volume Sets the projector to auto-detect for the volume. The projector will auto detect the appropriate sound mode. Surround Sound Adjusts the surround sound capa- bilities of the projector. 31

****** Page 34 ****** Time Settings Clock Adjust the time/date. Off Time Sets a time for auto turn off of projector On Time Sets a time for the projector to auto turn on. Sleep Timer Sets a timer until the projector to go into sleep mode Auto Sleep Sets the auto sleep of the unit. TIME Off Time Off on tine Off Cleep Timer Off Auto Sleep ON 32

****** Page 35 ****** Option Settings CSO Restore Factory Derault Ogd Duration tS8ec Soft Version 4.5.e.4_to OPTION OSD Language Changes the language of the device. Restore Factory Default Restores the projector to factory settings. OSD Duration Allows the projector to set a duration for the selected OSD language. Soft Version Lists the firmware version your LED Pico is running 33

****** Page 36 ****** Technical Details Troubleshooting IMAGE IS BLURRED Possible Causes The Projector is not in focus The Projector is offset from plane / angle of operation No Sync, No Signal Chapter 4 Solution Adjust the focus with the fOCUS adjustment dial until the image comes into fOCUS Move the projector so that it is both 180 degrees and on an evern plane with the screen. Be sure to setup the computer to enable a video signal output. On some laptops this is done by pressing and holding Function F5 key. If using the LED Pico as an external monitor on Windows based systems, this can be done by selecting “extend my desktop to this monitor”. The native resolu tion of the LED Pico projector is 960×540. Depending on the video driver different resolutions may need to be selected for proper output. 34

****** Page 37 ****** Technical Details Troubleshooting THE PROJECTOR DOES NOT TURN ON Possible Causes There is no power The power button was not held long enough NO PICTURE / FILE NOT SUPPORTED Possible Causes The video source is not properly connected or selected Incorrect file extension / Video is encoded with incorrect codec Solution Check to ensure the power outlet or battery source is good. check the power adapter to ensure a proper connection with the wall outlet as well as the proejctor. Confirm that the unit is charged and has enough power To power on the projector, the power button needs to be depressed for a full 3 seconds. try holding the power button until the optical engine turns on Solution Check the video source signal to ensure that it is properly connected. Select the current input source by choosing the input desired from the main menu Please refer to “Specifications” page to see which file types and codecs are supported. Verify that the file was encoded properly. 35

****** Page 38 ****** Specifications Brightness Native Resolution Maximum Resolution Contrast Ratio Projectoin Lens: Image Size: Lamp: Video in: Audio Output: SD Card USB: Dimensions Weight 25 Lumens 960×540 (qHD) 1920×1080(1080P) 1000:1 Manual Focus 10—50 inches Triple RGB LEDs with Vibrant Color Technology Life 15,000hrs Composite AIV HDMI(mini-HDMl) 1 .O W speaker 3.5 mm audio jack MicroSD Card Slot (32GB maximum) USB Host (Memory Sticks) 115mm x 62mm x 20mm 0.6 lbs 36

****** Page 39 ****** Please direct all customer service inquiries to: AAXA Technologies, Inc. 1541 Parkway Loop Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 957-1999 info@aaxatech.com


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