• Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Short Throw Projector?

    A Short Throw Projector is a projector that projects or “throws” the image a short distance from the device to the projection screen.

    Some common uses for a short-throw projector include: Small learning spaces, conference rooms where detailed documents are shared, trade shows where a big image gets big attention, and in home theaters with projector placement limitations.

  • What ports are available on the U-100?

  • What should I do if there is no display?
    • Check if the power cord of the unit is connected to the power outlet correctly.
    • Check if the power is turned on.
  • How do I deal with no image being projected?
    • Check if the unit is connected to any data source such as USB or other equipment.
    • Check if the unit is switched to the correct channel.
    • Check if the input signal from the computer is set correctly. (The computer’s resolution is usually set to 1024X768, the refresh rate is set to 60Hz).
    • When connecting to a laptop, you usually need to change the output settings of the monitor.
  • What do I do if there is no sound?
    • Check if the audio cable is connected if there’s an external audio system being connected.
    • Adjust the audio source.
    • Adjust the projector volume.
  • What should I do if I cannot play images normally after plugging in the USB?
    • Remove and insert the USB again to make sure they are inserted in the the place properly or check if there are photos stored in the USB.
    • Check if the “Local” channel & a photo file are selected.
    • Make sure the photo files are in a supported format.
  • What should I do if I cannot play audio after plugging in the USB?
    • Remove and insert the USB again and make sure they are inserted in the place properly, or check if there are compatible music files in USB.
    • Check if the “Local” channel & a music file are selected.
    • Turn up the volume
  • What should I do if I cannot play videos after plugging in the USB?
    • Remove and insert the USB again and make sure they are inserted in the place properly, or check if there are compatible video files in USB.
    • Check if the “Local” channel & a video file are selected
  • What should I do if the remote control does not respond?
    • Change the battery for the remote control
    • Make sure there are no obstacles between the remote controller and the projector.
    • Make sure the remote controller is within the operating range.
  • What should I do if the remote control does not respond?
    • Change the battery for the remote control
    • Make sure there are no obstacles between the remote controller and the projector.
    • Make sure the remote controller is within the operating range.
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