X10-4K Connecting Power and Devices

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Connecting to Power

Connecting to Power
  1. Connect the power cord to the AC IN jack at the rear of the projector.
  2. Plug the power cord into a power outlet.
NOTE: When installing the projector, incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device in the fixed wiring, or connect the power plug to an easily accessible outlet near the unit. If a fault should occur during operation of the projector, use the disconnect device to switch off the power supply, or disconnect the power plug.

Connecting to External Devices

External Devices

HDMI Connection

Connect one end of an HDMI cable to the HDMI port of your video device. Then connect the other end of the cable to the HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 port (both support HDCP 2.0/HDMI 2.2) of your projector.

NOTE: iPhone/iPad users will need to use an additional adapter.

USB-C Connection

Connect one end of a USB-C cable to the USB-C port of your device. Then connect the other end of the cable to the USB-C port of your projector.

NOTE: Ensure your USB-C device can support video transmission.


vRemote App

Please see vRemote App

Wireless Screen Mirroring

Please see Wireless Screen Mirroring

Connecting to Audio

Bluetooth Speaker

The projector is equipped with a Bluetooth speaker that allows the user to connect their device wirelessly for audio playback. To connect and pair your device:

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  1. Press the Power button and select the Bluetooth menu, or press the Bluetooth button on the remote control.
  2. When the dialog box below is displayed, select Yes to enter Bluetooth mode.[1]
  3. Press and hold the Bluetooth button for three (3) seconds on the remote control to enter pairing mode. Ensure your device’s Bluetooth is also activated.[2]
  4. Upon successful connection, another sound effect will be audible in addition to the Bluetooth LED indicator maintaining a solid blue light.

Once paired, if both the projector and your device are powered on they will automatically connect via Bluetooth. When connected please note:

  • Only the Power and Return buttons can exit Bluetooth mode.
  • If a 3.5 mm audio cable is plugged into the Audio In socket, the audio signal will switch to line in automatically.

NOTE:

  1. The Bluetooth LED indicator will flash blue approximately one (1) time per second.
  2. The Bluetooth LED indicator will flash blue approximately two (2) times per second once in pairing mode. A sound effect will also be audible.

Voice Control

The X10-4K projector is embedded with voice control technology, making projector control even easier. Voice Control allows the user to easily control the projector via Google Home or Alexa.

Connecting to Networks

Wi-Fi Connection

With the included Wi-Fi dongle, you can easily connect to wireless internet networks.

To connect to a Wi-Fi network:

  1. Insert the Wi-Fi dongle into the projector’s Wi-Fi dongle socket.
  2. Go to: Home > Settings > Network Settings > Wi-Fi
  3. Press Left or Right on the remote control to select On.
  4. Available Wi-Fi networks will then be displayed. Select one of the available Wi-Fi networks.
  5. If you connect to a secure Wi-Fi network, you must enter the password when prompted.


Custom SSID

  1. Ensure the Wi-Fi dongle is plugged into the projector’s Wi-Fi dongle socket.
  2. Go to: Home > Settings > Network Settings > Wi-Fi
  3. Press Left or Right on the remote control to select On.
  4. From the available Wi-Fi networks list select Others and press OK on the remote control.
  5. Enter the SSID and select the security level.
  6. Enter the password when prompted.

Wired Connection

You can easily connect to wired Internet networks and customize the connection as well.

  1. Plug the RJ45 cable into the LAN port of the projector, then ensure the other end is plugged into your wired Internet source.
  2. Go to: Home > Settings > Network Settings > Wired LAN
  3. You can Configure the IP automatically or manually. Choosing Manual will allow access to IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS Server.
NOTE: It is recommended to let the system configure the network settings automatically by choosing Automatic for Configure IP.