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****** Page 1 ****** aaxa TECHNOLOGIES 1080P Full HD Mini LED Projector 1080 FULL O 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 ****** Table of Contents Chapter 1: P7 at a Glance P7 Introduction Remote & Keypad Accessories Chapter 2: Getting Started Powering On / Off Focus Adjustment / Throw Distance • Connecting to Speaker or Headphones • Loading External Content • Chapter 3: Menu Screens Main Menu• Brightness Menc Video Player Menu Photo Menu’ 1 2 3 4 Connecting to Device via Digital Input Connecting to Computer via VGA, Connecting to Composite Video-26 Music Player Menu• E-Book Viewer Menu• 6 7 •12 13 •17 5 Chapter 4: Settings Menu Brightness Settings Sound Settings • Option Settings. Picture Settings •11 Chapter 5: Technical Details Troubleshooting Specifications• Notes 21 24 28 31 33 34 35 .36 37 39

****** Page 4 ****** P7 at a Glance Main Unit Front/Back Chapter 1 Infrared Receiver (Remote Control) igital Input USB Port Power Button AV Port Power Switch Headphone Out Focus Adjustment C Port mini-VGA Port TF Card 1

****** Page 5 ****** Remote & Keypad LED Lights Input Direction Pad Power On/Off — Main Menu Navigation Volume Down Keystone Adjustment Select Source Volume Up Keystone Adjustment Media Player Menu Navigation 0K On / Off 00 Remote Exit/Back Both the keypad and remote can be used to navigate through the menus. The Main Menu Navigation on the remote functions exactly the same as the directional pad on the P7 unit. NOTE: Pressing power on the remote will only put the projector in STANDBY mode. Toggle the “ON/OFF” switch on the side of the projector to fully turn the projector off. 2

****** Page 6 ****** Accessories eee ooe Remote AN Cable VGA Adapter Cable (Sold Separately) Power Adapter Internal Battery (Sold Separately) *Under various circumstances, the actual accessories may be different from those shown in the pictures above. Additional accessories are available for purchase at aaxatech.com 3

****** Page 7 ****** Getting Started Powering ON the projector Chapter 2 1. 2. 3. 4. Connect the power cord to the P 7. Connect the other end of the power cord into the wall power source. Toggle the On / Off switch on the side of the projector to the “ON” position the projector should automatically turn on. If the projector does not automatically turn on with the “Power Switch” toggled to the “ON” position, press the “ON/OFF POWER” (b button on the keypad and hold for 2-3 seconds to start the projector. Standby Mode 1. To transition to “STANDBY” mode, press the power button (b on the keypad or the remote control. 2. The optical engine should power off and the fan should stop spinning. The projector is now in “STANDBY” mode and can be turned on using the remote control. *Note: Standby mode will still consume a small amount of power. Powering OFF the projector 1. To turn off the projector, toggle the “Power Switch” to the “OFF” position. This will fully turn off the projector. We recommend charging the projector while projector is fully turned off. 4

****** Page 8 ****** FOCUS Adjusment / Throw Distance Focus Adjustment Spin the focus wheel up or down until the image becomes clear. Throw Distance Chart row Istance Units: Inches 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Throw Ratio 1.20 lagona Ize Units: Inches 19 29 38 48 57 67 76 86 Projection Angle: 100% Offset *minimum throw distance: 16 inches 0/ 4 GOV 16:9As ect Ratio 5

****** Page 9 ****** Connecting Speakers / Headphones Step 1: Connect your speakers/headphones to the projector’s audio port. • Step 2: Ensure that the projector and/or the headphones are powered on. Step 3: Place the headphones on and enjoy! *CAUTION: Prolonged use of headphones at a high volume may impair hearing. 6

****** Page 10 ****** Loading External Content The P7 can read files directly from both a TF Card and USB Drive. Supported file types include: MP3 / WMA/ OGG / WAV AVI / JPG / GIF/ BMP (up to 32 GB) (up to 32 GB) 7

****** Page 11 ****** Loading External Content Cont. How to insert your TF Card Slide in your TF card into the TF card slot on the side of the P 7 (as shown in picture). Gently slide the TF card until it clicks into place. (up to 32 GB) 8

****** Page 12 ****** Loading External Content Cont. How to insert your USB Drive Slide your USB Drive into the USB port. Gently slide the drive until it cannot go in any further. (up to 32 GB)

****** Page 13 ****** Loading External Content Cont. Once your TF Card or USB Drive is inserted into the projector, the TF Card or USB Drive Storage will be loaded automatically and the content can be found through the Photos, Videos and Music icons located on the Main Menu, depend- ing on the file type you wish to play. Loaded content can also be found through the Text icon, located within the Settings Menu. HOME MUSIC / J PHOTOS SETTINGS 10

****** Page 14 ****** Menu Screens Main Menu Chapter 3 The P7 features a built in PMP (Portable Media Player) function. This function allows the projector to play videos, pictures, and music files directly from your connected devices. HOME LED Lights Direction Pad VIDEOS MUSIC Input 0K On / Off Exit/Back Press the left and right directional buttons to choose an icon from the main menu. To select a menu option, press the “0K” button in the middle of the navigation pad. To go back to the previous screen, press the “Back” button. To Jump back to the submenu, press the “Menu” button once. To return to the main menu, press the “Return” button twice. 11

****** Page 15 ****** Brightness Menu To change the brightness on your P7: Select the “Brightness” icon (Fig. 3.1) Select the brightness you wish (Fig. 3.2). Please note that “Boost” brightness is the only setting available when the projector is plugged into power. HOME Fig. 3.1 T SS Fig. 3.2 12

****** Page 16 ****** Video Player Menu Opening a file: Select the “Video” icon (Fig. 3.3). From the submenu (Fig. 3.4), select the storage media with the stored files. Choose which file you wish to play. Fig. 3.3 narvlC Fig. 3.4 OATA SOURCE The P7 will show all folders and files you have on your USB or TF drive. Use the navigation buttons to select folders or files. 13

****** Page 17 ****** Video Player Menu While Playing Videos While playing videos, the volume and keystone are adjustable. Further controls are available in the video player submenu – which is accessed through the “0K” button. Volume Down Volume Up A Positive Keystone Adjustment V Negative Keystone Adjustment 0K Enter Video Player Submenu To open/hide the video playback menu, use the “0K” and “Back” Buttons on the projector. 14

****** Page 18 ****** Video Player Submenu Playing Videos The Video Player Submenu can be accessed by pressing “0K” during video playback. To exit the Video Player Submenu, press the “Back” button or wait 5 seconds. To navigate the Playback Menu, use the directional buttons on the navigation pad or remote to highlight the option you wish to choose (Fig. 3.5). To open/hide the video playback menu, use the “0K” and “Back” buttons on the projector. @Move selection left Move selection right 0K Confirm selection Fig. 3.5 Pause Prev. Next / oo 04 20 Stop Aspect 15

****** Page 19 ****** Video Playback FAQ How do I loop a video? How do I preview a video? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Choose either USB or TF 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 1”, and con- firm the selection. The video will now loop after playback is finished. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. Choose the “video” option from the main menu Navigate using either remote or onboard buttons to the file you wish to preview. Highlight the file. *Do not select the file, just highlight it*. Wait for 3-4 seconds. A preview screen will pop up on the lower right for the video. 16

****** Page 20 ****** Photo Menu Opening A File: Select the “Photo” icon (Fig. 3.6). From the submenu (Fig. 3.7), select the storage media with the stored files. Choose which file you wish to play Fig. 3.6 HOME Fig. 3.7 SOURCE The P7 will show all folders and files you have on your USB or TF Card drive. Use the navigation buttons to select folders or files. Previewing Files: Press the directional keys to highlight the desired file. Wait 2-3 seconds and a preview of the picture will show on the screen. 17

****** Page 21 ****** Photo Menu While Viewing Pictures While viewing pictures, further controls are available in the Photo Submenu – which is accessed through the “0K” button. Keystone adjustment is also available. Previous Picture Next Picture @ Positive Keystone Adjustment @ Negative Keystone Adjustment 0K Enter Photo Player Submenu To open/hide the Photo Playback menu, use the “0K” and “Back” Buttons on the projector. 18

****** Page 22 ****** Photo Submenu Viewing Pictures: The Photo Submenu can be accessed by pressing “0K” during picture slide-show playback. To exit the Photo Submenu, press the “Back” button or wait 5 seconds. To navigate the playback menu, use the directional buttons on the navigation pad or remote to highlight the option you wish to choose (Fig 3.8). @Move selection left @Move selection right @ Confirm selection Fig 3.8 Pause Prev. Next Stop epeat N MSC Off Playlist 19

****** Page 23 ****** Photo Slideshow FAQ How do I play a slideshow? How do I manually control the 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Choose either USB or TF Card slideshow? for playback Navigate to the folder that contains the pictures you wish to view in the slideshow. Confirm selection of the first picture. 1. 2. 3. Press “play” in the photo menu Slideshow will now play. 4. NOTE: Selecting “Repeat A” 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 your remote or on top of the projector itself to flip through the pictures in the current playlist. You can change the SlideShow duration in the Settings Menu (Main Menu -> Settings -> Picture) 20

****** Page 24 ****** Connecting to Device via Digital Input First, a digital input cable is required from your P7 to your other device. In the Main Menu INPUT •snocac Musc eec he npus con Then select the i’Digital Video” Icon Connectivity to Multimedia Devices The P 7 can connect to many media devices including: computers, laptops, iPhones, iPads, DVD players, smart phones, cameras, video game consoles and other peripherals with ease. *Some smartphones require video out capabilities to be displayed with the PZ Check with your phone manufacturer. 21

****** Page 25 ****** Connecting to Digital Input Video Devices Step 1: Connect one end of the Digital Input Cable to your device’s Digital Input port. Step 2: Connect the other end of the Digital Input Cable to your P7’s Digital Input port. step 3: In the Main Menu, select the “Digital Video” Icon. Your P7 should now be mirroring the content from your device. Note: If you’re connecting to a computer or laptop and the projector does not automatically mirror it, read onto the next page for more information. 22

****** Page 26 ****** Connecting to a Computer via Digital Input Step 4: After connecting your projector to your computer or laptop via a digital input cable, you may need to enabe Digital Video output on your computer. To enable Digital Video output on your computer most computers require “turning on” the video output feature. Each computer is different. Please consult your owner’s manual for instructions to enable Digital Video output. Below are standard instructions for a Windows 10 computer— not all systems are the same. Ste 5: Press Windows+P to toggle through display settings. Select either “Duplicate” or “Extend” de- pending on your viewing option. *NOTE: Different operating sys- tems may differ Step 6: Scale and layout Change the size of text apps and other items (Recommended) Custom scaling Resolution 1920 x Orientation Land$cape Multiple displays Multiple displays Duplicate these displays 1. Right click on computer desktop and select Screen Resolution.” 2. Display Properties window will pop up and select the Advance Display Settings. 3. Please make sure the “Mul- tiple displays” has the “Dupli- cate these displays” option selected and the Resolution is 1920 x 1080 or below as pictured in the red box. 4. Ifthe image is blurry or the text is not legible, adjust the screen resolution. 23

****** Page 27 ****** Connecting to a Computer via VGA First, a VGA adapter cable is required from your P7 to your computer. This can be purchased on the AAXA website at wmu.aaxatech.com Step 1: Connect one end of the VGA adapter cable to your computer’s VGA port. step 2: Connect the other end of the VGA adapter cable to your PTS mini-VGA port. step 3: In the Main Menu select the “Inputs” icon and then the VGA icon. VGA npu s HOME con INPUT con 24

****** Page 28 ****** Connecting to a Computer via VGA Cont. Step 4: Enabling VGA output on your Computer — To enable VGA output on your computer most com- puters require “turning on” the video output feature. Each computer is different. Please consult your owner’s manual for instructions to enable VGA output. Below are standard instructions for a Windows 10 computer— not all systems are the same. step 5: Press Windows+P to toggle through display settings. Select either “Duplicate” or “Extend” de- pending on your viewing option. *NOTE: different operating sys- tems may differ Step 6: Scale and layout Change the size of text apps and other items ICO% (Recornmenced) Custom scaling Resolution 1920 x Orientation ndscape Multiple displays displays Duplicate these displays 1. Right click on computer desktop and select “Screen Resolution” 2. Display Properties window will pop up and select the Advance Display Settings 3. Please make sure the Multiple displays has the “Du- plicate these displays” option selected and the Resolution is 1920 x 1080 or below as pictured in the red box. 4. If the image is blurry or the text is not legible, adjust the screen resolution. 25

****** Page 29 ****** Connecting to Composite Video Step 1: Connect the 3.5mm Composite AV Cable to the back of the P7. step 2: Connect the composite end of the AV Cable (Red, White, Yellow) to your device. 26

****** Page 30 ****** Connecting to Composite Video Cont. Step 3: In the Main Menu HOME Icon INPUT e ect ” Step 4: Turn on your multimedia device. 27

****** Page 31 ****** Music Player Menu Opening A File: Select the “Music” icon (Fig. 3.5). From the Submenu (Fig. 3.6), select the storage media with the stored files. Choose which file you wish to play. Fig. 3.5 Fig. 3.6 sc-L’RCÉ The P7 will show all folders and files you have on your USB or TF Card drive. Use the navigation buttons to select folders or files. Previewing Files: Press the directional keys to highlight the desired file. Wait 2-3 seconds and a preview of the audio will show on the screen. 28

****** Page 32 ****** Music Player Menu Listening To Audio: To adjust the volume, use the left and right button on the projector or the volumes keys on the remote. To navigate the playback menu, push the “0K” button to open the menu and use the directional buttons on the navigation pad or remote to highlight the option you wish to choose (Fig 3.7). To open/hide the music playerback menu, use the “0K” and “Back” button on the projector. Fig. 3.7 Pause @Volume Down (S Volume Up o 0K Confirm selection Prev. Next stop R_ALL Mute 29

****** Page 33 ****** Music Playback FAQ How do I loop a song? How do I create a song playlist? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Choose either USB or TF 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 music player menu to “Repeat 1 , ” and con- firm the selection. The song will now loop after playback is finished. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Insert your media device (either TF 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. 30

****** Page 34 ****** E-Book Viewer Menu The E-Book Viewer is located in the Setting Menu. Select the “Settings” Icon Select the “Text Viewer” Icon and choose the file you wish to view. Viewing Text Files: SETTINGS The P 7 allows you to view .txt files only. 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 up and down arrow buttons on the remote to flip through the pages you have in the present folder. Note: Microsoft Office and PDF file formats are not supported. To view a slideshow convert your slideshow into JPEG pictures first. 31

****** Page 35 ****** Settings Menu The Settings Menu can be accessed by selecting “Settings” on the Main Menu. VIDEOS I pHDTOS HOME INPUTS Within the settings menu, there are four more submenus that allow you to customize your P7 to the settings you want: Chapter 4 Brightness Standard Bright Sound Sound Mode Balance Auto Volume Surround Sound Option OSD Language Restore Factory Default Software Version Picture Picture Mode Brightness Color Temperature Aspect Ratio Slideshow Time Projection Direction Software Update 32

****** Page 36 ****** Brightness Settings NOAPO There are 2 different power modes for the P7: Standard and Boost** Standard: A normal mode. Available while plugged in and defaulted to while on battery. Boost: The brightest mode. Only available while plugged in. * *Boost mode should only be used in low temperature environments with adequate clear- ance of exhaust / intake vents. A tripod is highly recommended. DO NOT block vents while operating in Boost mode. 33

****** Page 37 ****** Sound Settings Sound Moue sports Batance 0 Auto Volume Off Surround sound Ott Sound Mode Changes the sound mode depend- ing on what is currently playing Balance Adjusts the sound balance manu- ally uto Volume With the Auto Volume On, the video can be opened with volume automatically Surround Sound Supports surround sound 34

****** Page 38 ****** Option Settings Language Selection Changes the language of the device. Options include English, Spanish, Chinese, German, French, Korean, Japanese Restore Factory Default Restores the projector to factory settings Software Version Displays the current software ver- Sion on the projector 35

****** Page 39 ****** Picture Settings Picture Mode Changes the picture mode to different settings depending on your usage Brightness Changes the brightness setting Color Temperature Adjusts the color temperature from warm to cool (red to blue) Aspect Ratio Changes the aspect ratio of the picture – Auto, 4:3, 16:9*, etc. Slideshow Time Changes the time you’d like each slide to be on when playing a slideshow Projection Flips the projected image *Caution: Some pictures may be cut off when aspect ratio is set incorrectly Software Update (USB) Allows you to update the firm- ware through USB 36

****** Page 40 ****** 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 5 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. 1. Be sure to setup the computer to enable a video signal output. On some lap- tops this is done by pressing and holding Function F5 key. If using the P7 as an external monitor on Windows based systems, this can be done by selecting “extend my desktop to this monitor”. The native resolution of the P7 projector is 1920×1080. Depending on the video driver different resolutions may need to be selected for proper output. 37

****** Page 41 ****** Technical Details Troubleshooting THE PROJECTOR DOES NOT TURN ON Possible Causes There is no power The power button was not held long enough The projector has low battery (NOTE: only appli- cable with optional battery installed) NO PICTURE / FILE NOT SUPPORTED Possible Causes The video source is not properly connected or selected Incorrect file extension I Video is encoded with incorrect codec Solution Check to ensure the power outlet source is good. Check the power adapter to ensure a proper con- nection with the wall outlet as well as the projector. Confirm that the unit is charged and has enough power (if battery is installed). 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 Turn power switch to “Off’. Plug projector into DC power. Turn power switch to “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 codex are supported. Verify that the file was encoded properly. 38

****** Page 42 ****** Specifications Brightness: Native Resolution: Contrast Ratio: Aspect Ratio: Projection Lens: Image Size: Lamp: Optional Battery Runtime: Video in: Audio Output: TF Card: USB: Dimensions: Weight: Supported File Formats: *HDMITM is a registered trademark of HDMI Licensing LLC. 600 Lumens 1920×1080 (1080P) 2000:1 16:9 Manual Focus 16—120 inches Triple RGB LEDs with Vibrant Color Technology Life 30,000hrs 90 Minutes Composite AIV mini-VGA Digital Input (Compatible with Full Size HDMI””) 2x 2W stereo speaker 3.5 mm audio jack MicroSD/TF Card Slot (32GB maximum) 5 Pin USB 2.0 (Full Size) (32GB maximum) 4.7″ x 4.4″ x 2.7″ 1.2 lbs MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, JPG AVI, BMP, GIF, TXT 39 AAXA Technologies is not affiliated with HDMI Licensing LLC.

****** Page 43 ****** Notes

****** Page 44 ****** Please direct all customer service inquiries to: AAXA Technologies, Inc. 17691 Mitchell N., Unit Irvine, CA 92614 (714) 957-1999 info@aaxatech.com


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