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M i n i P ro j e c t o r Model: RioHD-LED-4

USER GUIDE

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Table of Contents Summary

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Features

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Important Safe Guards

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List of Items

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Projector Features

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Remote Control Features

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Image Size and Distance

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Setting Up Your Projector

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Integrated Media Player Overview

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Connecting Composite Video Devices

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Connecting HDMI Devices

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PC Connection

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OSD Menu Overview

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Picture Menu Settings

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Audio Menu Settings

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OSD Display Settings

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Function Menu Setting

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PC Picture Menu Settings

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Media Player Detailed Operation

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Trouble Shooting

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1 Summary Thank you for purchasing the Rio-HD-LED-4 mini projector! This compact projector offers many of the features of full size home and business projectors, including VGA and HDMI inputs, an integrated media player supporting many popular audio and video formats. Please read this user guide carefully before setting up and operating your projector.

1.1 Features This projector integrates a high performance RGB LED optical engine, with HDMI, VGA and AV inputs, and a built in media player with USB thumb drive and SD card support, all in a compact portable package. Some of the features of your projector are listed below: » 1024x768 native resolution » R/G/B LED optical engine rated for over 30,000 hours of operation » Supports HDMI, AV, and VGA sources » Built in media player that supports video, music, picture, and E-book (TXT) files. » Integrated auto flip feature

1.2 Important Safe Guards » Please use only the AC adapter that was supplied with your projector, or a recommended FAVI adapter. Using a different adapter may cause damage to your projector. » Do not disassemble this projector. There are no user serviceable parts inside. » Do not insert objects into the projector. » Do not expose the projector to excessive moisture, dust or smoke. » Please use the projector under 0-95°F Temperature and 0~85% humidity. » Do not operate the projector near external sources of heat. » Do not look directly into the lens while the projector is running.

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1.3 List of Items Your projector is packaged with the following accessories.

Source

Vol -

Vol +

P-

P+

MENU

MENU

ESC

ENTER

User Manual

Remote Control

Power Cable

Power Adaptor

AV Cable

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VGA Cable

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2 Projector Features Focus Power ON/OFF Press and hold to power on. Press to change video source.

Top & Side View

Ventilation cover Lens IR Receiver

Bottom View Projector Angle adjustment foot

Tripod socket

HDMI VGA AV VGA HDMI

Back View Ventilation cover

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SD CARD

AV IN DC IN

AC USB Headphone SD

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3 Remote Control Features

Power On / Off

Mute Source

Vol-

Vol -

Vol +

P-

Input selection menu

P+

Vol+ OSD Menu and navigation buttons

MENU

Confirm input selection Media player Up arrow Media player setting Menu

MENU

Media player Left arrow / Rewind

Media player Back arrow

ESC

Media player Right arrow / Fast-Forward

ENTER

OK / Pause / Play

Media player Down arrow

4 Image size and distance

Size (In inches)

Distance (In inches)

20

24.5

30

36.75

50

61.25

60

73.5

80

98.0

100

122.5

Distances are approximate.

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5Operations Setting up /your Installations projector Place the projector on a sturdy surface or mount it to a suitable tripod. Connect the power cord to the included AC adapter and plug it into the projector as shown in the diagram below. You can then power on the unit, and make any necessary adjustments.

Your projector can be used with several different video sources. Video sources can be changed by either briefly pressing the power button on the unit, or pressing the "Source" button on the remote to bring up the source menu in the upper left corner of your screen, navigating to the option you want, and selecting it by pressing the right arrow button. Your projector can connect to the following sources: MEDIA AV VGA HDMI -

Integrated media player Connect to AV Device Connect to VGA Connect to HDMI Device

AV MEDIA VGA HDMI

5.1 Integrated media player overview From the source menu, or by cycling through the sources with the power button on the unit, select 'Media" as your source. The projector will then bring up the integrated media player. The integrated media player can read audio, video, and text files off either a USB thumb drive, or a standard SD card. Insert a USB thumb drive or standard SD card into the corresponding port. The projector will automatically detect the card or thumb drive and allow you to access the files.

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Supported formats Video Format

Max Resolution

Video Format

Max Resolution

MPEG-1

720X576

MP3

JPG

DAT

720X576

WMA

BMP

AVI (Encoded with Xvid)

854X480

WAV

GIF

MOV

640X480

OGG

PNG

RMVB

1024X576

AAC

TIFF

MPEG-2

720X576

FLAC

E-book Formats

MJPEG AVI

640X480

DTS

TXT

LPCM

.AVI and .MP4 are known as container formats. This means that they can contain video encoded in a wide variety of codecs. While your projector's media player supports many popular codec formats such as Xvid, not all .AVI and .MP4 videos may be compatible. You can use the included video converter software to convert incompatible video files into compatible files by using the list of compatible formats and resolutions above as a guide. 5.2 Connecting Composite video devices

VGA HDMI VGA

HDMI

Connect the included AV cable to the 3.5mm jack labeled AV IN. Make sure the connector is pushed in firmly. Connect the other end of the cable to the color coded jacks on your Composite video device.

ANT

ANT

AV IN

AV IN

DC IN

DC IN

SD CARD

Red White

Yellow Video Cable Audio Cable

AV Connection

5.3 Connecting HDMI devices Your projector comes with a full size HDMI port for connecting to HDMI capable devices. Connect a standard HDMI cable, or the HDMI end of the cable that came with your device to the HDMI port on your projector. Some HDMI devices may take a moment to sync with the projector. If the autosource option does not locate your HDMI device, you can manually switch the projector to HDMI mode and wait for the device to be detected.

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5.4 PC connection Your projector can be connected to your PC or laptop by either the HDMI port, or by the included VGA cable. Set the projector to VGA or HDMI depending on how you have it connected. Follow the same steps as if you were connecting a second PC monitor or LCD TV.

VGA Connection VGA HDMI

AV IN

SD CARD

While some computers may automatically detect your projector and change the necessary settings, if you do not see your desktop please check the following: 1

6 OSD Menu Check to see which source the projector is set on. If you are using VGA, the projector will need to be set to VGA. If you are using HDMI, the projector will need to be set to HDMI.

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Set the resolution of your computer to 1024x768, or 1024x600 for a 16:9 aspect ratio.

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Check the refresh rate in your computer's settings. It should be set to 60 Hz.

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Check your computer's settings to make sure it has detected your display, and is set to display the same desktop on both screens.

6 OSD Menu overview Press the MENU button to bring up the main menu screen. Pressing the left 【 】and right 【 】arrow keys will select between different menus. Once you have selected the menu you want, use the up【 】and down【 】arrow keys to select the option you want to adjust, and use the left【 】and right【 】arrow keys to adjust that option.

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6.3.1 Picturemenu menusettings: settings: 6.1 Picture » Picture mode: Allows you to select between several picture presets. » Contrast: Adjusts the contrast level. » Brightness: Adjusts the brightness level. » Hue: Manually adjust the tint of the picture. A lower setting will add a green hue to the image while a higher setting will add a red hue to the image. » Saturation: Adjusts the level of color saturation.

Picture Picture Mode Contrasts Brightness Hue Saturation Sharpness Color Temp

Standard

65 65 65 65 65

» Sharpness: Adjusts the sharpness level.

Standard

» Color Temp: Select between Standard, Warm,

Move

Select

MENU

Exit

and Cold color temperature presets.

6.3.1 menu settings: 6.2 APicture udio menu settings: » Bass: Adjusts the bass level. » Treble: Adjusts the treble level. » Balance: Adjusts the sound balance between the left and right speakers.

Audio

50 50 50

Bass Treble Balance Sound Mode AVC

Standard ON

» Sound mode: Select between different audio presets. » AVC: Toggles the AVC setting.

Move

Select

MENU

Exit

6.3.3 OSDdisplay display 6.3.1 Picture menu settings: 6.3 OSD settings: » Language: Changes the language OSD

settings for all the menu screens. Select between English, French, Spanish, Chinese, and German.

English

Language H-position V-position Duration Halftone Memory Recall

50 50 15 50

» H-position: Adjust the horizontal position of the main menu screen.

Move

Select

MENU

Exit

» V-position: Adjust the vertical position of the main menu screen. » Duration: Adjusts how long the menu screen will display with inactivity before automatically closing. » Halftone: Adjusts the transparency of the menus. » Memory Recall: Resets all settings to their factory defaults.

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6.4 Function menu settings: » Sleep timer: Activates the sleep timer function. » Timer: Allows you to set the time and program the Function

sleep timer.

SleepTimer Timer Advance Keystone Autoturn Turnmode Autosource

» Advance: This sub menu allows you to change the individual red, green, and blue color levels in the projected image. » Keystone: This is the digital keystone setting. If

Move

OFF

0 ON 1 OFF Select

MENU

Exit

the projected image is trapezoid shaped, you can adjust this setting to compensate for the distortion. » Auto Turn: This allows you to toggle the auto flip feature. When the projector is flipped upside down, the image can automatically correct itself. » Turn mode: Here you can manually change the image orientation. » Autosource: When activated, the projector will scan the available video sources until it finds one with a signal. If it finds no available video sources, it will default to the integrated media player.

6.5 PC picture menu settings: » Picture mode: Allows you to select between several PC

picture presets. » Contrast: Adjusts the contrast level. » Brightness: Adjusts the brightness level. » Color Temp: Select between different color temperature presets. » H-position: Change the horizontal position of the

PC PictureMode Contrast Brightness ColorTemp H-position V-position Clock Phase AutoAdjust Move

Standard

50 50 50 50 50 50 Select

MENU

Exit

projected image. » V-position: Change the vertical position of the projected image: » Clock: Adjusts the video timing for VGA. (Do not adjust unless auto calibration fails) » Phase: Adjusts the phase of the VGA signal. (Do not adjust unless auto calibration fails) » Auto Adjust: If you are using VGA and the projected image looks off center, or has vertical or horizontal bands in the image, use Auto Adjust to correct this. If Auto Adjust fails, manual adjustments to the Clock and Phase settings may improve the image.

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6.6 Media player detailed operation Upon entering media player mode, the media player will automatically scan any SD cards or USB thumb drives that are connected to the projector and index any compatible files. The media player uses its own separate set of buttons on the remote control for navigation and file access.

Using the arrow cluster on the bottom of the remote control, press the left or right arrow keys to highlight an option. Press the 'ENTER" button to select that highlighted option. Press the up and down arrow keys to scroll through settings and file lists. Press the "ESC" button to go back a screen. Press the "MENU" button on any screen to bring up the settings 6 . 3 . 3 D i smenu. p l ay M e n u

HOME SD/MMC       MS

USB

SETTINGS

SELECT MEDIA

PHOTO

MUSIC

MOVIE

TEXT

FILE

Media player settings menu: » Language: Changes the language settings for the media player. Select between English, French, Spanish, Chinese, and German. » Slide show duration: This setting changes the duration of each photo during the slide show. » Slide show mode: Changes the transition effects

SETTINGS Language

English

Slideshow duration

5s

Slideshow mode

Random

Music repeat mode Movie repeat mode

Repeat all Repeat all

Display mode

4:3

TV system

NTSC Progressive

Start up Autorun

off

between slide show images. » Music repeat mode: Choose between repeat one track, or repeat all tracks. » Movie repeat mode: Choose between repeating one video, or repeating all videos.

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7 Trouble shooting If you are having an issue setting up or operating your projector, before contacting us, please refer to the troubleshooting guide below.

Problem:

Possible solution: Check the power cord and power supply for any loose connections.

Projector will not power on

Check the indicator LED on the power supply. If it’s not lit, check your power cord and power outlet.

Projector powers on, but all I see is a blue screen.

Check to make sure the projector is set to the source you want to display. If it is, check your video source to make sure it’s displaying properly.

The image is trapezoid shaped.

Check the alignment of the projector. You can use the digital keystone option in the Function menu to help improve the image.

The projected image looks stretched or distorted in VGA or HDMI mode.

Check to make sure that the video source you are projecting from is set to the correct aspect ratio. For HDMI, make sure the source is set to display a 4:3 or 4:3 letterbox aspect ratio. For VGA, make sure your desktop resolution is set to 1024x768 for a 4:3 display, and 1024x600 for a 16:9 display.

.AVI or .MP4 files that I load onto the projector won’t play properly, or at all.

This could be a codec or a resolution related issue. See page 6 for a list of supported video formats and resolutions. You can use the included software to convert videos to one of these supported formats.

I can’t see some of the files I have on the USB drive or SD card that I inserted.

Your projector will recognize all the formats and file extensions listed on page 6. It will not recognize or attempt to play files that are not in these formats.

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