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PDF Content Summary: VANKYO IND - LEISURE 460 USER MANUAL Please read this manual throughly before using and keep it for future reference. V1.01 CONTENTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ------: 01 - - - - - Notice ---- Introduction to Your Projector --------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 01 Packing List --- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .-.. - - - 01 Projector Overview ------- . .. 01 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -... 02 - - - - - - - - - - - - - ..... ---- 03 - Projector Specification ----- Setting up Your Projector ........... Projector Installation Options Projection Distance and Size --------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 03 Projector Settings ------ -------------------------------------------------••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ---- 04 Picture Settings ------ . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . - 04 Sound Settings - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . - 05 .. Time Settings ------- - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ----- 05 - - - - Option Settings -------- - - - - - - - - - - 90 Projector Connections --...... . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..... 07 . . . . . Connecting to the External Storage Device ----- •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ---- 07 Playing Videos ----- I - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - .. 07 - - Playing the Music -- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ... - - - - - 10 Displaying Photos ---- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12 Displaying Texts -- * 14 Connecting to a Computer - - - - Connecting to a Mobile Device ...... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - LI ... Connecting to a DVD Player ------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ------- 18 - - - - - - ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 19 After Using Your Projector ------- Troubleshooting ---- ------- 19 Notice 1. Please read this manual thoroughly before using the projector. 2. Please use the correct power cord for the country where you are located. 3. Do not look into the lens when the projector is on to prevent the bright light from hurting your eyes. 4. Do not place the projector on an unstable stand, or table. 5. Do not use the projector where it may be exposed to rain, water, or excessive humidity. 6. If you do not use the projector for a long time, make sure its power is turned off and the plug is disconnected from the outlet. 7. When shipping the projector, place it in its original packing materials or use equivalent materials with cushioning around the projector. 8. If the projector is mounted on a ceiling or wall, it should be installed by the safe mounting hardware. 9. If the projector is damaged, do not attempt to service this product yourself and contact VANKYO Support Team. Introduction to Your Projector Packing List Please keep all the packaging material in case shipment is needed in the future. Make sure you receive all the parts below. If there is any part missing, please contact Vankyo Team. O Goi) LEISURE 450 USER MANUAL VANYO LEISURE 460 Remote Carrying Bag User Manual AV Cable HD Cable Power Cable Projector Overview Focus Keystone Audio Out IR HD USB2 AV In USB1 VGA 4 € AV OVANKYO OOOOOOOOOOOO 000 Menu Left Right OK Input Source Back On/Off OOOOOOOOOOOo oo oo V 0 OOOOOOO 000 OOOOOOOOOOOO Air Inlet Power Input Speaker 01 Lens Play/Pause On/Off Fast Reverse Mute Fast Forward Up OK Left Power Indicator Right Down Input Source Volume+ Back Volume Menu VANKYO Air Outlet IMPORTANT When using the remote, make sure it is pointed to the IR sensor. Projector Specification Display Technology LCD Light Source LED Resolution Native 1280 x 720 Input Signal 576i, 720P, 1080i, 1080P Installation Type Front/Rear/Ceiling Aspect Ratio 4:3/16:9/Auto Focus Manual Keystone +15° Speaker 3W/4ohm Power Supply AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz Unit Dimension 245 x 166 x 81.5mm (9.6 x 6.5 x 3.2inch) Unit Net Weight 1.35kg(2.98lb) Photo Format Supported BMP/JPEG/PNG/JPG Audio Format Supported MP3/WMA/OGG/AAC/ FLAC/APE/WAV Video Format Supported AVI/MP4/MKV/FLV/MOVI RMVB/3GP/MPGNOB/RM Ports HD In x 1/USB2.0 Port x2/ Audio Out x 1/AV In x 1/ VGA Portx1 Mounting Screw 1/4" Number of Screw Not included 02 Setting up Your Projector Projector Installation Options Depending on how you positioned the projector, you may need to change the projected image orientation so the image can be viewed correctly by the audience. If you project from the ceiling or the rear, please go to Menu > PICTURE > Projection Mode to set up the projection modes. There are the following four modes of operation for the different installation options: Normal Front. In this mode, the projector must be placed in front of the wall/screen, and the image will be directly projected to the wall/screen. Normal Back. In this mode, the projector can be placed behind a compatible screen which supports rear projection. Invert Front. which flips the image over top-to-bottom to project upside-down from a ceiling or wall mount. Invert Back. In this mode, the projector is placed behind the screen with the lens upside down. This mode allows you to flip the image over. A compatible screen which supports rear projection will be required. Note: Wherever you set up the projector, make sure to position it squarely in front of the center of the screen or the wall, not at an angle, if possible. 03 Projection Distance and Size The distance at which you place the projector from the screen determines the approximate size of the image. The projection size increases when the projector is farther from the screen. Locate the projector at an appropriate position, then adjust the focus ring and Keystone manually to get the best image performance. 170" 100" -- - - - - - 3.94ft (1.2m) 5.91ft (1.8m) 9.84ft (3m) 13.12ft (4m) 16.4ft (5m) The recommended projection screen is around 100 inches with a projection distance of around 9.84ft. Ambient darkness will improve the clarity of the projected images. Projector Settings You can use the projector's Menu system to adjust the settings to control how your projector works. Picture Settings 1. Press the Menu button, and it will display the PICTURE settings shown below. PICTURE Picture Mode Soft Color Temperature Medium Aspect Ratio AUTO Noise Reduction Middle Projection Mode Normal Front Reduce Image Size Picture Mode: switches among the image modes of Standard, Soft, User, and Dynamic for different projected contents. You can set up the Contrast, Brightness, Color and sharpness for the image after you select the User mode. Color Temperature: switches among the color temperature modes of Medium, Warm, User, and Cool for the different color preference of the image. You can set up color proportions of Red, Green, and Blue for the image after you select User mode. Aspect Ratio: is a proportional relationship between an image's width and height. It has 4:3, 16:9, and AUTO. Noise Reduction: reduces the noise of projected sound according to the different intensity, which includes Off, Low, Middle, High, and Default. 04 Screen: this function will be activated when you select VGA as input source. Press the OK button to enter screen settings and adjust the desktop accordingly. Screen Auto Adjust Horizontal Pos. 50 Vertical Pos. 50 Size 50 Phase 7 OOK Projection Mode: it has four modes, which are Normal Front, Normal Back, Invert Front and Invert Back. Reduce Image Size: proportionally reduce the image size, between a range of 100% down to 75%. 2. Press the Up and Down button to select the option you would like to change, then press the OK button to enter the submenu to set up. Press the Menu button to get back to Menu interface. 3. When you finish changing settings on a menu, press the Back button to exit. Sound Settings 1. Press the Left or Right button to enter the SOUND Settings: SOUND Auto Volume ON Auto Volume: to intelligently adjust the volume. 2. Press the OK button to select between On and Off. 3. When you finish changing settings on a menu, press the Back button to exit. Time Settings 1. Press the Left or Right button to enter the TIME Settings. 05 TIME Sleep Timer Off Auto Sleep &Hours Sleep Timer: to adjust the time period before the projector automatically turns off at intervals of 10min, 20min, 30min, 60min, 90min, 120min, 180min or 240min. Auto Sleep: to adjust the time period before the projector automatically turns off at intervals of 4Hours, 6 Hours, 8Hours or Never, 2. Press the Up and Down buttons to select the option you would like to change, then press the OK button to enter the submenu to set up. Press the Menu button to get back to Menu interface. 3. When you finish changing settings on a menu, press the Back button to exit. Option Settings 1. Press the Left or Right button to enter the OPTION Settings. OPTION Software Update(USB) OSD Language English Factory Reset Default Color Range 0-255 OSD Duration Off Software Update (USB): updates the projector's software version when a new version is available on a USB drive attached to the projector. OSD Language: to set up the language displayed in the operation interface. Factory Reset Default: to reset the projector. Color Range: to set the value of color distribution. You can choose from 0~255, 16-235 and AUTO. OSD Duration: sets the time duration that the Menu appears on the screen, after which the interface will automatically return to homepage. You can choose from 5 Sec, 10 Sec, 15 Sec and Off. 2. Press the Up and Down buttons to select the option you would like to change, then press the OK button to enter the submenu to set up. Press the Menu button to get back to Menu interface. 3. When you finish changing settings on a menu, press the Back button to exit. 06 Projector Connections When you connect any device to the projector, please follow the steps below at your first use of the projector. Step 1: Connect the power cord into the projector's power inlet, then plug the power cord into an electrical outlet. Step 2: Take off the lens cover, then press the On/Off button on the projector or the remote to turn on the projector. Step 3: Enter the interface of the OSD Language to set your preferred language. Step 4: Press the Up/Down/Left/Right buttons to select your language, then press the OK button on the projector/remote to confirm. Step 5: Insert the device/cables into the corresponding ports on the projector. Step 6: Press the Input Source button to bring up the Input Source menu. Step 7: Press the Up/Down or the Input Source button to select, then press the OK button to select the correct input source. Step 8: Adjust the focus ring and keystone to get the best image performance. 0 Tips: 1. After you plug the power cord into the inlet, the power indicator on the projector will turn solid blue after quick flashing. Press the power button to turn on the projector; the power indicator will be off after quick flashing. 2. Never look into the projector lens when the lamp is on, which may damage your eyes and is especially dangerous for children. 3. Install 2 AAA batteries in the remote before using it. Connecting to the External Storage Device You can project movies, play music, show photos, and show texts by connecting a USB Drive or a Hard Disk (extra power supply is required) to your projector even without using a computer or a mobile device. Step 1: After connecting a different external device, press the Input Source button on the projector/remote to bring up the Input Source menu. Step 2: Press the Up/Down on the remote to select the correct input source, then press the OK button of the projector or remote to confirm. For USB/Hard Disk, please select input source USB. OBIS 00 W AV OOO OOOOOO USB USB HD 0 0 000 OOOOOOOOOOOO 000 OOOOOOOOO 0000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OAV VGA Playing Videos After selecting USB in the interface of Input Source, you will enter the main interface which shows the options of MOVIE, MUSIC, PHOTO and TEXT. 07 MOVIE MUSIC PHOTO TEXT Step 1: Select MOVIE in the main interface by pressing the Left or Right button on the projector/remote, then press the OK button on the projector/remote to enter the interface below. B> Return Step 2: Select the disk C, then press the OK button to view the folders and files on that device. Step 3: Select the video file or click the folder to enter the next directory till you find the video you would like to play in the directory. Return Up Folder Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Video 4 Video 5 Step 4: Press the Play/Pause button on the remote to play the selected video in full-screen mode. - Tips: 1. Select the Return icon and press the OK button to return to the root directory shown in Step 1 no matter in which directory, while select the Up Folder icon and press the OK button to return to the parent directory. 2. Press the OK button when playing videos, it will show a bottom bar with different settings. Press Down or Back button to hide it. Press the Right button to show more options in 3 pictures below. 08 00:01:32 /00:04:01 00:01:32 00:06:11 00:01:18 /00:03:037 Pause Set A Aspect Ration Il : Play/Pause, plays or pauses the current video. : Fast Backward, rewinds the video quickly while playing it. The rewinding speed ranges from 2x to 32X. > : Fast Forward advances the video forward quickly while playing it. The forward speed ranges from 28 to 32X. K : Previous, goes back to the previous video. N :Next, goes to the next video. I : Stop, exits from the current video. C: Select to toggle through Repeat One (only repeat the current video), Repeat ALL (repeat all videos in the directory) and Repeat None (plays the video(s) in the directory once, then exits) using the OK button. : Random Off is the default state. Select to switch to Random On which causes videos to be played randomly and repeatedly. A : Press the OK button to set a time point A and press it again to set another time point B when playing the video, then it will loop to play the video fragment between these points. Select None to return to normal playing mode. I : a list of video files that can be played from the current folder. 0 :Information, shows the information about the current video, including resolution, size, and so on. : Slow Forward, plays the video in slow motion with a speed range from 1/2 to 1/16. NI: Step Forward, steps forward the video frame by frame by pressing the OK button. : Go to time, input an exact time point of the video at which you would like to start playing. :Zoom in, zooms in the image size up to 8X. 1 : Zoom Out, zooms out the image size down to 1/4. : Aspect Ratio, adjusts the aspect ratios of the image. It includes three modes, 4:3, 16:9 and Auto. Tips: 1. Your projector can play the videos with formats of AVI/MP4/MKV/FLV/MOV/RMVB/3GP/MPG/VOB/RM. 2. All the folders will be shown in the USB disk, but you can only play the video files after you select MOVIE in the main interface. 09 Playing Music After selecting USB in the interface of Input Source, you will enter the main interface which shows the options of MOVIE, MUSIC, PHOTO and TEXT. MOVIE MUSIC PHOTO TEXT Step 1: Select MUSIC in the main interface by pressing the Left or Right button on the projector/remote, then press the OK button on the projector/remote to enter the following interface. Return Step 2: Select the disk C, then press the OK button to view the folders and files on that device. Step 3: Select a music file to play or click on a folder to view its subdirectory of folders and files. Return Up Folder Music 1 Music 2 Music 3 Music 4 Music 5 Step 4: Press the Play/Pause button on the remote or projector to play the selected video in full-screen mode. Tip: Select the Return icon and press the OK button to return to the root directory shown in Step 1 no matter in which directory, while select the Up Folder icon and press the OK button to return to the parent directory. 10 It will show a bottom bar with different settings when playing music. Press the Down button or the Back button to hide it to show full screen. Press the OK button to show it again. Press the Right button to show more options in 2 pictures below. 00:00:37/00:06:33 00:00:37/00:06:33 II K dan Pause Random Off Il : Play/Pause, plays or pauses the current music. «: Fast Backward, rewinds the music quickly while playing it. The rewinding speed ranges from 2X to 16X. ► : Fast Forward, advances the music forward quickly while playing it. The forward speed ranges from 2X to 16X. K : Previous, goes back to the beginning of the prior track that played. N : Next, advances to the beginning of the next track. .: Stop, exits from the current music. C: select to toggle through Repeat One (only repeat the current music track), Repeat ALL (repeat all music tracks in the directory) and Repeat None (plays the music in the directory once, then exits) using the OK button. FAR, : Press the OK button to set a time point A and press it again to set another time point B when playing music, then it will loop to play the music fragment between these points. Select None to get back to the normal playing mode. Po: Random Off is the default state. Select to switch to Random On which causes music to be played randomly and repeatedly. x : MUTE, mutes or unmutes the current music. I: Playlist, a list of music files that can be played from the current folder. 0 : Information, shows the information about the current music, including Bit Rate, Artist, Size, and so on. 6 : Go to time, input an exact time point at which you would like to start playing. Tips: 1. Your projector can play the audio files with formats of MP3/WMA/OGG/AAC/FLAC/APE/WAV. 2. All the folders will be shown in the USB disk, but you can only play the music files after you select MUSIC in the main interface. 11 Displaying Photos After selecting USB in the interface of Input Source, you will enter the main interface which shows the options of MOVIE, MUSIC, PHOTO and TEXT. MOVIE MUSIC PHOTO TEXT Step 1: Select PHOTO in the main interface by pressing the Left or Right button on the projector/remote, then press the OK button on the projector/remote to enter the interface below. Return Step 2: Select the disk C, then press the OK button to view the folders and files on that device. Step 3: Select a photo or click on a folder to enter its subdirectory until you find the picture you would like to display. Return Up Folder 001.JPG 002.JPG 003.JPG 004.JPG 005.jpg 006.jpg 007.jpg 008.jpg 009.jpg 010.jpg Step 4: Press the Play/Pause button on the remote or projector to play the selected photo in full-screen mode. Tip: Select the Return icon and press the OK button to return to the root directory shown in Step 1 no matter in which directory, while select the Up Folder icon and press the OK button to return to the parent directory. 12 It will show a bottom bar with different settings when displaying photos. Press the Down button or the Back button to hide it. Press the OK button to show it again. Press the right button to show more options in 2 pictures below. Pause Rotate Il :Play/Pause: plays or pauses the current photo. K: Previous, goes back to the previous photo. N: Next, goes to the next photo. I: Stop, exits from the current photo. G: Select to toggle through Repeat One (hold on the current photo being displayed), Repeat ALL (cycle through all the photos in your playlist) and Repeat None (plays the photo(s) in your playlist once, then exits) using the OK button. R : Random Off is the default state. Select to switch to Random On which causes photos to be played randomly and repeatedly. .:Playlist, a list of photo files that can be played from the folder. 0 : Information, shows the information about the current photo, including resolution, size, date, and time. 00) : rotates the photo by 90 degrees clockwise. (20) : rotates the photo by 90 degrees counterclockwise. : zooms in the photo size up to 8X. C: zooms out the photo size down to 1/4. - Tips: 1. Your projector can play the photo with formats of BMP/JPEG/PNG/JPG. 2. All the folders will be shown in the USB disk, but you can only play the photo after you select PHOTO in the main interface. 13 Displaying Texts After selecting USB in the interface of Input Source, you will enter the main interface which shows the options of MOVIE, MUSIC, PHOTO and TEXT. MOVIE MUSIC PHOTO TEXT 1 0 0 Step 1: Select TEXT in the main interface by pressing the Left or Right button on the projector/remote, then press the OK button on the projector/remote to enter the following interface. Return Step 2: Select the disk C, then press the OK button to view the folders and files on that device. Step 3: Select a text or click a folder to enter its subdirectory until you find the text file you would like to display. Step 4: Press the Play/Pause button on the remote or projector to play the selected text in full screen mode. Return Up Folder Text 1 Text 2 14 Press the OK button on the projector or the remote when playing the text, it will show a bottom bar with different settings. Notice 1.Please read this manual thoroughly before using the projector. 2.Please use the correct power cord for the country where you are located. 3.Do not look into the lens when the projector is on to prevent the bright light from hurting your eyes. IKN Frev Page *: Prev. Page, goes back to the previous page of the current text. ► : Next Page, goes to the next page of the current text. K: Previous, goes back to the previous text. N : Next, goes to the next text. 1: Stop, exits from the current text. 1 : Playlist, a list of text files that can be played from the folder. 0 : Information, shows the size of the current text. Tips: 1. Select the Return icon and press the OK button to return to the root directory shown in Step 1 no matter in which directory, while select the Up Folder icon and press the OK button to return to the parent directory. 2. All the folders will be shown in the USB disk, but you can only play the text after you select TEXT in the main interface. 3. Your projector can play the text files with a format of TXT. Connecting to a Computer When you're in a conference room and need to project, connect your computer to the projector. Option 1: Connect the projector to your computer by using the HDMI cable in the package. HDMI connection is recommended for projecting high-definition movies, videos, and other files. Step 1: Turn on your computer and the projector. Step 2: Connect the HDMI cable to your computer's HDMI port. Step 3: Connect the other end to any available HDMI port on your projector. Step 4: Select the correct input source HD to project any file on your computer by pressing the Input Source button on the projector or remote. O GPOO " USB OOO OOO OOO 00 XOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO oooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOO - HD AV OOOOOooooooo VGA 15 Option 2: You can also connect the projector to your computer by using a VGA computer cable prepared by yourself. Step 1: Turn on your computer and the projector. Step 2: Connect the VGA cable to your computer's VGA port. Step 3: Connect the other end to the VGA port on your projector. Step 4: Select the correct input source VGA to project any file on your computer by pressing the Input Source button on the projector or remote. ABBOO WA 1 AV USB HD OOOOOOOOOOOOOL OOO OOOOoooo oo oo V D O o o o o o o o o o o o o o OOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO 000 O AV - VGA Notes: 1. To connect a Mac/Surface that includes only a Mini DisplayPort, Thunderbolt port, or Mini-DVI port, you need to obtain an adapter that allows you to connect to the projector's HDMI Or VGA port. Contact Apple/Microsoft for a compatible adapter or get from any store by yourself. For example, here is a Mini DP cable which can be used as a reference (insert one end of the HDMI cable in the package to the projector and the other end to the HDMI connector of the Mini DP port when using): Imac projector HDMI Cable VANKYO MacBook Surface Mini DP Display ThinkPad Carton with Mini Displayport 2. You need to select a display option when connecting your computer to the projector for the first time. You can change the display mode any time after that on the computer. For Windows7 and higher system, pressing the Windows logo key +P key at the same time invokes a display-switch toolbar with various display options shown below: Project A P C screen only 0 Duplicate Duplicate Extend Second screen only Second screen aning PC screen only - This option displays the contents of your computer screen on the computer only, which is a great option to choose when your presentation has not yet started or if you want to use the computer for another reason and don't want the contents of the screen displayed through the projector for all to see. 16 Duplicate - This option simultaneously displays the contents of the computer screen on the computer screen and through the projector, which is a great choice when your back will be toward the projector's screen while giving a presentation. This way, you can watch the computer screen while the audience watches the projector screen, and you won't have to continually turn your back to the audience during the presentation. Extend - This option splits the image between the computer and the projector. This way, you can display one thing on your computer screen and something else on the projector screen. This option is great when using PowerPoint, so the presentation is displayed on the projector while your presentation notes are displayed on your computer screen in front of you. Projector Only (Second Screen Only) - As its name implies, this option will display the content of your presentation on the projector, but show a blank screen on your computer. Although not a popular choice, this is a good option when you are running your presentation from your laptop on battery power. Turning off the laptop screen can help preserve battery life. Combination keys to invoke and switch the display mode might vary depending on different computer brands or models. Link with detailed information: http://kb.mcgill.ca/?portalid=2&articleid=1750#tab:homeTab:crumb:8:artid:1751:src:article For the Windows XP system, please refer to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fV6PQulVzFg For the Mac system, Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Displays, then select the Arrangement tab to check/uncheck the Mirror Display box to extend or mirror the content to the projection screen. For more information, please refer to https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202351. Connecting to a Mobile Device If you would like to project the files on your mobile devices like a smartphone or tablet, you can connect the projector to them. You will need an extra HDMI adapter to connect the projector with your mobile device. Step 1: Turn on your mobile device and the projector. Step 2: Plug the HDMI connector on the HDMI adapter to the projector. Step 3: Plug the USB connector on the HDMI adapter to a power outlet. Step 4: Connect the other end with Type-C/ Lightning/ Micro USB connector to your mobile device. .OE EDO e 1 000-000 Type-c Lightning Micro USB 17 Step 5: Press the Input Source button to bring up the Input Source menu. Step 6: Select HD to project any file on your mobile device by pressing the Up/Down button. Tips: 1. Select Trust when there may be a pop-up window on your mobile device, then you can project any files on the mobile device. Trust This Computer? Your settings and data will be accessible from this computer when connected wirelessly or using a cable Trust Don't Trust 2. When it shows the screen with some QR codes, butterfly icon and so on after selecting, please do not scan any QR code and wait for a moment. 3. Never directly insert your Lightning cable, Micro USB cable or the Type-c cable to the USB port on the projector. Instead, use an adapter mentioned above to transmit the signal. The HDMI connector on the cable will always be connected to the HDMI port on the projector. Here are some pictures of the proper cable below as reference: HDMI Connecting to a DVD Player If you would like to watch movies by using the projector and a DVD player, you can use the AV cable in the package. Step 1: Turn on your DVD player and the projector. Step 2: Connect the yellow jack plug to the AV port on the projector. Step 3: Connect the red/white/yellow RCA connectors to your DVD player. Step 4: Press the Input Source button to bring up the Input Source menu and select AV by pressing OK on the remote. DLE - USB HD AB 200 CM € € AV DUE= AV - VGA . OOOOOOOOOOO 00 8 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOo oo OOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0000000000 0 T4 18 After Using Your Projector Please turn off the projector after using it. 1.Press the On/Off button on the projector or the remote. The projector displays a shutdown confirmation screen below: Press Power again to Power off or press other button to cancel 2. Press the power button again to turn off the projector. (To leave it on, press any other button.) 3.Unplug the power cord of the projector. 4.Cover the lens and store the projector in a cool and dry place. Troubleshooting Problems listed below might occur during the operation of your projector. Please refer to the possible factors which might cause the issue to do troubleshooting. 1. Why is the Display of the Projector Available but without Audio? * The projector or the connected device (PC, TV, etc.) is muted. * The audio format is not supported by the projector. * VGA connection can only transmit analog signal of video not audio. External speaker is required when device is connected via VGA cable. * Encryption applied on the videos or media player which holds the video. Try more videos to define this possibility. * Exclude the above possibilities, try another HDMI cable /external speaker, and a 2.0USB disk within 32G/USB hard disk within 1TB to play directly to check if the video and audio are both available. 2. Why is the Audio of the Projector Available but without Display? * The video format is not supported by the projector. * Encryption applied on the videos or media player which holds the video. * If the lamp of the projector is off with only audio playing, the lamp is defective. Please contact seller for replacement. * Try another HDMI cable if you select the HD input source. 3. Why does the projection screen show No Signal? * Make sure all cables are plugged correctly and firmly. * Make sure you select the right input source. For example, if you insert an USB disk, please select USB in the interface of Input Source. * USB disk is supported on this projector. If a 3.0USB is connected, it will only show No Signal. 19 4. How can I do if the Image is Blurry or Out of Shape? * Adjust the focus and keystone ring by moving it leftward/rightward till it shows the best images. * Place projector on flat surface horizontally or vertically. Inclination of any angle may result in blurry displays or uneven colors. * Darker environment suggested to achieve the best projecting performance. * Eligible distance of 1.2m-5m/3.94ft-16.4ft between the projector and projecting screen/wall. * Projecting wall or screen is clean white if possible. 5. How can I do if the Image is Up Side Down? * Enter Menu-PICTURE-Projection Mode to flip the projection image accordingly. 6. How can I do if the Projection screen is not square or allied horizontally. * Make sure the projector is placed on flat surface with projector light in the middle of screen. * Make sure the projector screen is placed horizontally. 7. How can I do if there is Color Distortion? * Make sure the video source has a fine resolution. * Adjust the colors: enter Menu-PICTURE-Color Temperature, then select different modes and adjust the value accordingly. * Reset the projector to manufacturer setting: enter Menu-OPTION-Factory Reset Default to reset. 8. How can I do if the Remote is Unresponsive? * Make sure the batteries are installed correctly and the power is enough. * The remote works with the projector through the IR receiver. The remote works only when the IR receiver is within the direct reaction distance and will be unresponsive if the IR receiver is blocked or covered. 9. How should I do if there are Small Dots on Display? * Tap the projector slightly to shake off the dust which may be caused during installing or shipping. * Clean the lens with clean non-woven fabrics. 10. How should I do if there is Expanding Dark Spot or Smoke when using the projector? * Check if the fan noise increases or the fan stops working. Unplug the projector and contact Vankyo Team for assistance. * Make sure the outlet and projector power adapter are not wet or humid which will cause sparks or smoke on outlet when power on the projector. 11. Why Does the Projector is Shut Off during Playing? * Make sure the power plug is working and firmly fitted into the outlet. * If the LED light is light up, but the fan doesn't work, please contact Vankyo Team for assistance. * Overheat on the projector will activate built-in power-off protection panel. Restart the projector when it gets cooler. * Overload of power when USB disk of 1TB or above is connected without external power supply will cause shutting off. Insert the disk when projector is powered off or provide external power supply for disk would solve the issue. 20 12. Why doesn't Anything Work in the Main Interface Especially with External Storage Connected? * Correct input source must be selected when you use USB disk; otherwise, No Device will be shown on the upper left corner. 13. Why doesn't the Projector's Lamp Light Up or power on? * Please contact Vankyo for assistance when this occurs. 14. How Can I Change the Language? * Press the Menu button on the projector or remote to enter OPTION-OSD Language interface to select the language. 15. How Can I Connect My Smart Phone to the Projector? * HDMI adapter/hub is needed to delivery display from smartphones. Adapters vary depending on smartphones. 16. What kind of Screws do I need for mounting this Projector? * 1/4" Screw. 17. What kind of Cable do I need when connecting TV BOX, TV, Firestick and DVD player to the projector? * HDMI cable for all devices mentioned above. For some TV without HDMI port, VGA cable will work. Certain DVD players require the AV cable connection. 18. How Can I Display PowerPoint on the Projector? * To project the PowerPoint from a computer or other mobile devices, you can just connect the computer or the mobile device to the projector. * To project from a USB disk, PowerPoint is not supported. However, we can save PowerPoint profile as PNG, or JPG or other image formats which are supported by projector, then select the photos that we plan to do loop play. We can pause it by controlling through the button on the remote or the projector. 21 VANKYO SUPPORT 0: 0 D @VankyoOfficial http://www.ivankyo.com VANKYO North America United Kingdom [email protected]@ivankyo.com


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Introduction

If you’re new to this site then welcome! This blog is all about creating the ultimate home theater, gaming set up, or man cave set up. In order for you to have this set up you’ve always wanted, you don’t want to have to be dealing with issues in media playing.

It’s annoying when even the simplest of apps aren’t working with your media devices. Luckily, the most common problems all have solutions which have been noted by people all across the web. I’ve had some issues in playing Netflix from my media devices on my projector from time to time.

This article is a collection of all the solutions that I have gathered and verified. If for some reason you need me to provide any more insight or additional resources, feel free to reach out at the email I listed in my previous articles. I’ll do my best to respond, but be sure to take a look at all the solutions below to see if any of these apply to you. You’ll find that a lot of these technical issues are a matter of adjusting your media settings or changing the way in which you view Netflix on a browser, screen mirroring, and other means.

The most common problems, and their solutions

*For all issues concerning speaker output, check out my article on A Guide To Connecting Home Theater Speakers to a Media Device

If you want an immediate spoiler alert, many of these solutions won’t surprise you. At the surface level, just do a hard reset of your iPhone or laptop. Also reset your network settings on your handheld devices, or clear your browsing history on Google Chrome. For some reason, this will do the trick more often than not. See below for more details and more elaborate explanation on these issues.

Problem 1:  Error in Netflix display from using app on computer.

Netflix can be weird about their viewing settings sometimes. This problem usually occurs if you are  Wirelessly using screen mirror from your computer. Apparently, Netflix knows when you are setting up their app on more than one display simultaneously. This is weird because they’re okay with having up to three people using the same account at once, but not dual displaying on a home theater set up from one device.

Solution

Avoid using airplay if you have this issue. Get an HDMI adapter and play media from your laptop on an open source browser such as Google Chrome. Another good, permanent solution is to purchase the Amazon fire stick or Roku equivalent. These our little flash drives that plug into the back of your projector and serve as a multimedia player. They can easily stream Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and many other apps. Fire Sticks use a Wi-Fi connection, and they do a really good job with high quality streaming. See the section below for more details on this specifically.

Problem 2: Netflix 30103 error “cannot play title please try again later”

You might get this error if you log on to the Netflix app and are unable to click on your account profile or perform any further action. This isn’t specific to any Wi-Fi connection issues, nor does it have to do with the multimedia device you are playing Netflix on. It has more to do with the app or browsers’ ability to function as normal. I am not completely sure what the technical reasons for these errors are. Just know that if you get one that says “cannot play title “ in combination with any errors and number sequence, it is the same issue. It will also have the same solution.

Solution

I included a video of the most helpful solution to this problem. If you don’t have time or can’t view it for some reason, I left an outline of the notes below the video. This should fix the issue entirely, and some of the other error messages are similar and will have the same fix.

Notes from the video:

iPhone, iPad or handheld device:

Navigate to settings: General: reset network settings.

This will basically reset all of the network configurations on your device. You won’t lose any data by doing this. The only thing you’ll need to do is log back in to the Wi-Fi you’re currently on. Make sure you know the password to the network you are using before you do this.

PC or MacBook computer: Computer –> reset browser history

I would also restart your computer because that actually is 90% of the reason a solution works. This also gives your computer a chance to reconnect to the Wi-Fi. After you do this, log to the open-source browser such as Google Chrome or Microsoft edge.

Reset your browser history. I’m not totally sure why this is necessary, but this was the fix that worked for everyone.

Problem 3: Playing Netflix from a phone goes black on both screens.

You might notice this happening on the projector and the screen simultaneously. There isn’t a totally clear explanation of why this happens. Usually, this will have to do with the pre-display settings that are already on your iPhone or on the projector. The settings are implemented behind the scenes and are not adjustable, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a solution.

Solution

The most common solution that works is to do a hard reset of your iPhone, iPad, computer. For an iPhone or iPad, press and hold the power button and the home button until you see it shut off and re-display the white Apple logo. If this doesn’t work, then you’re also going to need to update the Netflix app or your iPhone if there is an update available.

Problem 4: Netflix is playing sound but there is no image.

In every single case I found online and drawing from my own experience, this is a matter of updating both of your devices and applications. Even Roku and Amazon FireStick will have updates they need to go through from time to time. I know some people are against updating their iPhone devices. I am one of those people, but every time you miss an update on any device, there’s a higher probability that you will eventually reach a point where the updates are so dramatic, your devices are no longer able to function correctly using the original app.

I finally did an update on my phone after two years, and now I am able to play Netflix on screen mirroring on my projector.

Solution

Update all of your devices and do a hard reset on them if you haven’t already. This actually made all the difference for my iPhone being able to play media on my projector wirelessly. I’m not totally sure why updates do such a dramatic job improving the ability for devices to work with each other, but this is the most common fix to the problem mentioned above.

More Surefire Solutions  

If for some reason you’re still having issues with any of the problems listed above, then I do you have one solution that would work the matter what.

You’ve probably already heard of these products, but the Amazon fire stick and Roku equivalent will get rid of all of these compatibility issues. Any projector will have an HDMI or USB input port. The Roku or Amazon fire stick will be able to plug it directly into one of these. These essentially serve as their own media player and allow extremely easy access to all of the streaming apps. These apps including Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and many more.

My family first got the Amazon fire stick when we had our TV set up. Now we have the fire stick plugged into our projector since we need our other media device for the TV my parents just bought and replaced.

We actually haven’t had any issues with streaming Netflix from our projector. The remote that came with our projector serves as the remote we use for browsing on all the streaming apps. It’s also able to stream the highest quality videos even though it’s using the Internet directly.

These types of devices are my recommended solution simply because they will eliminate all compatibility issues. I’m not sure why, but again, Netflix has weird hangups about people using third-party devices to stream content onto a media player such as a projector. Amazon and Roku fire sticks are actually very inexpensive and will save you a lot of hours of frustration if none of the solutions worked for you. You can also unplug these and take them anywhere, and plug them on to any TV that has the right input port (such as a hotel TV).

Get HDMI dongle adapter for your computer

This is another one of those great, sure-fire solutions. An HDMI adapter dongle can be found at any electronics store, especially at Best Buy. Before you look into these or make a trip out there, take a look at your computer or smartphone device to see what type of adapter you need. you’ll be able to find HDMI adapters to your phone, iPad, Android, and computer model.

I’ve only broken one of them in the past, so I noticed that the surface book adapter dongle is a little more sensitive to being bent. I bought the same exact replacement as the original and I’ve gotten more use out of the second one because I’m more careful about the cord management.
My fiancé and I each have a cord for our individual computers. We’ve used these on hotel TVs, and specifically to play games (like Jackbox) and computer related videos on our projector.

I’ve never had any formatting issues and that’s the best part about this small investment. We purchased both a long and a short cord so we can always adjust and be flexible in our set up. We don’t actually stream Netflix on our projector using the Netflix app, instead we stream using the chrome browser on our computer. We either use that method or when we’re at my parent’s house, we can just use the Amazon fire stick.

The quality of streaming is just as good when using chrome or Microsoft edge to watch Netflix. Because it’s a web browser, Netflix won’t know that we’re streaming their media on a secondary media device such as our projector. Hopefully they’re not reading this article right now and changing their terms of use.

Related Issues

This section is just a few miscellaneous issues you might encounter. I don’t think most people will have to worry about the following three, but it is worth just doing a quick self check to make sure this is in it.

1. Trying to use a USBC on a video input and not a charge port: USBC ports are meant for charging devices and not actually transmitting any kind of video. The video ports look the same as the charging ports, so a quick a double check is all that is required. These types of inputs aren’t very common, but they can make all the difference if you’re still scratching your head after trying countless times to get a video to work.

2. Trying screen mirroring even though Netflix doesn’t support this feature: This isn’t the case for all devices, but sometimes Netflix denies screen mirroring requests when trying to view content on their dedicated app. If you tried any of them at home solutions, then I would highly recommend going with a cheap Amazon fire stick.

3. Projector not playing audio through an HDMI connection: Sometimes projectors can be a little inconsistent in how they calibrate with your speaker system. While HDMI cables are supposed to transmit audio to the speaker system on the media player, this isn’t always the case. Make sure that your projector and speaker system are properly rigged up. If you’re viewing Netflix through a laptop, then you might have to choose the speaker output in the settings on windows 10 or Mac. This should only be a one time fix if you plan to view content from the same media device every time.

Conclusion

As you can see, there are a couple of problems that can be associated with you and content on Netflix. These fixes can be super simple if you just take the time to look through these, and I doubt people will have further issues after implementing it. From all the research that I did, most of the errors all had the same fix: do a hard reset of your network settings on the media device and clear browsing history on the open source browser you are using.

If there are any errors in this article that either didn’t work for your situation, I would just do another Google search to see if there are any smaller issues. My guess is that these all work at some level. Netflix also has fairly reliable customer support if you’re having any further issues. Best Buy is also great if you think it might be a hardware issue of playing any media at all. I’ve called them multiple times and they’ve been extremely helpful with any technical issues that I had.

Thanks for reading! If you have any further comments, questions, or think that I missed something, feel free to reach out using the email I provided in previous articles. I am also taking article and topic suggestions if you have any so feel free to send those over as well.

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Vankyo Leisure 3 Mini Projector: Our First-Look Review of Key Features and Capabilities

Posted on August 12, 2019 By Scott Wilkinson

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At Projector Reviews, we cover not only home-theater, home-entertainment, and business/education projectors, but also mini projectors designed for packing light. One of the most popular such models on Amazon is the Vankyo Leisure 3, which measures a mere 7.8 x 5.8 x 2.7 inches and weighs in at only 2.4 pounds.

That’s about the size of a small laptop, making it easy to schlep anywhere you need a projected image. The included carrying case has room for the projector, cables, and remote, and it’s small enough to pack along with anything else you might need. Even better, its list price is only $99.99 with a $10 savings on Amazon as of this writing.

The Vankyo Leisure 3 fits in a small carrying case that easy to bring along just about anywhere.
Price$99.00
Technologysingle-chip LCD
Native Resolution800x480
Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)2400 Lumens
Contrast2000:1 (Manufacturer Claim)
Zoom Lens RatioN/A
Lens ShiftNo
Lamp Life40,000 hours
Weight2.4Ibs
WarrantyN/A

Overview

The Vankyo Leisure 3 is a single-chip LCD projector that uses white LEDs as its illumination source. Wait, what? A single-chip LCD projector? That’s what the company tells me. In my communication with Vankyo reps, they never completely confirmed that it uses a color-filter wheel like a single-chip DLP projector, but when I told them I assumed as much, they said, “Glad you found the answer on your own!”

In a single-chip DLP projector, some viewers notice a “rainbow effect”—momentary rainbows that trail bright, moving objects on a dark background—which is caused by the color-filter wheel. I have no idea if it causes the same problem in a single-chip LCD design, though I can’t imagine why it wouldn’t.

Most inexpensive projectors have relatively high black levels, and at such a low price, this one probably does too. I don’t imagine it has a dynamic iris or LED modulation, which are used only on much more expensive projectors.

The Vankyo Leisure 3 makes a good companion for a laptop.

At the other end of the brightness scale, the Leisure 3 claims a peak light output of 2400 lumens, which is pretty high for such a low price tag. But of course, any such manufacturer claim must be taken with a grain of salt, and small, low-cost projectors like this often claim wildly inflated light-output numbers.

As Art Feierman, editor and president of Projector Reviews, points out, “A projector with a measurable 2400 lumens typically draws at least 220 watts (110V); this projector draws only 50. This is typical for these entry-level models. I think the Vankyo Leisure 3 should be typically bright for its class, which is to say a few hundred lumens.” On the other hand, the LEDs might be much brighter than low-cost bulbs; there’s no way to know without measuring it.

The Leisure 3 also claims a contrast ratio of 2000:1, but again, there’s no way to know if this is accurate without measuring it.

Highlights

  • 800×480 resolution, supports 1920×1080 content
  • LED illuminated
  • 2400 lumens peak light output
  • 2000:1 contrast ratio
  • Fills screens from 32 to 176 inches
  • Throw distance from 4.9 to 16.4 feet
  • HDMI, USB, VGA, analog inputs
  • Innovative cooling system with heat dissipation
  • Noise-suppression technology cuts fan noise in half
  • Stereo speakers, 4W total audio power
  • TF slot accepts Micro SD memory chips
  • Compact size, about the same footprint as a small laptop

Special Features

This image appears on the Leisure 3 web page, but I can't see what it has to do with the projector's resolution, which is 800x480. That's much lower resolution than either of these illustrations represent.

The native resolution of the Leisure 3 is only 800×480, but it accepts content up to 1080p and downscales it. No wonder the product web page says, “Not recommended for PowerPoint or office presentations”! Interestingly, the web page includes a conceptual illustration of the difference in resolution between 1080p and 720p, but I don’t see what it has to do with the end result on the screen with this projector.

Another oft-repeated feature is the ability to fill screens in a wide variety of sizes, from 32 to 170 inches diagonally, and a throw-distance range from 4.9 to 16.4 feet. But the lens has no zoom function, so the size of the image is controlled entirely by the distance from the projector to the screen.

Several controls on the top of the projector include lens focus and keystone correction, but no zoom or lens shift.

The Leisure 3 does not provide lens shift, but most projectors under $1000 don’t, so no surprise there. It does offer vertical keystone correction to compensate for geometric distortions arising from less-than-ideal placement in the vertical direction. But such correction inevitably softens the picture, so I strongly recommend against using it, especially since the native resolution is quite low to begin with.

The projector has stereo speakers built in, each powered by 2 watts. That’s fine in a pinch, but any outboard speaker will probably sound much better. A 3.5mm analog-audio/headphone output lets you connect external speakers; even better, the projector can send audio wirelessly to Bluetooth speakers.

This illustration of the effect of Leisure 3's onboard audio system appears on the product's web page. Obviously, it should not be viewed as a literal representation!

Another interesting feature is an “innovative cooling system with heat dispersion.” I confirmed that this is a cooling fan, so I’m not sure what’s innovative about it. In addition, the company’s product page cites a noise-suppression technology that cuts fan noise in half, but I could find no details about it.

Also, I was unable to learn anything about the Leisure 3’s input lag time, so I have no idea if it’s well-suited for gaming.

Hardware

The inputs on the Vankyo Leisure 3 are located on the side of the unit rather than the back. They include one HDMI 1.4 input along with a VGA input, USB port, and 3.5mm AV input (which, I assume, accommodates composite video and two channels of audio).

The only other connection is a TF card slot, which accepts Micro SD memory cards. The specs include a long list of supported video, audio, and photo file types, which means the Leisure 3 includes a built-in media player. This allows it to play files from a MicroSD card as well as a USB storage device.

The side-mounted connections include (L-R): 3.5mm headphone output, 3.5mm AV input, TF card slot, HDMI input, USB port, VGA input.

The USB port provides power, which is perfect for streaming dongles such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick and Roku Stick. You can plug a streaming stick into the HDMI input and connect its power cord to the USB port, and voila—you have a “smart” projector!

Another point made on the company’s product page is the ability to mirror a smartphone, tablet, or computer on the projector. That doesn’t mean some sort of wireless casting, but rather a wired connection. In fact, you need a lightning-to-HDMI adaptor for iOS devices and a micro USB-to-HDMI adaptor for Android devices.

The remote is super simple. Aside from power and input selection, it offers basic transport controls, four-way cursor rocker, menu access, and volume up/down controls.

The Bottom Line

If the number of verified-purchase reviews is any indication—and I think it is—the Vankyo Leisure 3 is one of the most popular mini projectors on Amazon, with over 5000 reviews as of this writing, 90% of which are 4- or 5-star ratings. Most other projectors, even much better-known models, typically have several hundred reviews. So, it must be doing something right.

Its main strengths are small size and LED light engine, which should last tens of thousands of hours. Plus, it has a media player built in as well as stereo speakers, and you can easily turn it into a smart projector with the addition of a streaming stick.

On the downside, its resolution is quite low, and it has no lens shift or even zoom, so placement is very inflexible. You have a little wiggle room with keystone correction, but that softens the already low resolution.

With the Leisure 3, you get quite a bit for less than $100.

Of course, no one said The Vankyo Leisure 3 is a home-theater projector. In fact, I might call it a family projector for games with the kids or movie night under the stars.

If you need something this portable, its low price lets you give it a try without risking much—in fact, it will probably be fun!

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After Using Your Projector

Please turn off the projector after using it.

1.

Press the On/Off button once, and the projector displays a shutdown confirmation screen.

2.

Turn off the projector by another press. (To leave it on, press any other button.)

3.

Unplug the power cord of the projector.

4.

Cover the lens and store the projector in a cool and dry place.

Troubleshooting

Problems listed below might occur during the operation of your projector. Please refer to the possible factors which might cause the issue to do troubleshooting.

1. Why is the display of the projector available but without audio?

*The projector or the connected device (PC, TV, etc.) is muted.

*The audio format is not supported by the projector.

*VGA connection can only transmit analog signal of video not audio. An external speaker is required when the device is connected via VGA cable.

*The media being played may be encrypted, which is incompatible with the projector, and it's not about the project itself. Try unencrypted video source material.

*If the problem persists, replace the HDMI cable, external speaker, and medium containing the source. Use a USB 2.0 disk of less than 1TB or a microSD card no larger than 32GB.

2. Why is there audio from the projector, but no picture?

*The video format is not supported by the projector.

*The media being played may be encrypted, which is incompatible with the projector, and it's not about the project itself. Try unencrypted video source material.

*If the lamp of the projector is off with only audio playing, the lamp is defective. Please contact seller for a replacement

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VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector setup

Are you looking for an affordable but high-quality projector for a home theatre? VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector is a good choice. The high-definition projector has become the favorite of many. With this, you can expect to enjoy a superior watching experience. The size of the projector makes sure it is portable. It comes with a 1 warranty and is perfect for use at home. Just put it on a table, connect it to the device you are going to play the video from, and start enjoying. The setup process only takes a few minutes and the picture quality is exceptional. It offers more than what you expect. In this article, you are going to learn all that is to know about VANKYO Leisure 3 Projector.

Specifications of VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector

Here are the features and specifications of the VANKYO Leisure Projector that makes it stand out from others.

  • It has an LCD display and an LED light source.
  • The projector’s resolution is 800×400.
  • It comes with a 2Wx2 speaker. One is present at the bottom of Leisure.
  • It has HD, USB, VGA, Audio Out, and AV In ports along with a micro SD card slot.
  • The projector has an innovative cooling system that enables heat dispersion. It is also equipped with noise suppression technology that cuts down the fan sound in half.
  • Its built-in speaker provides an amazing viewing experience.
  • The pictures of the projector have +60% brightness.
  • With HDMI input, it can freely stream multimedia content like video games, TV sticks, etc.
  • The projector is powered by an MStar Advanced Color Engine.
  • It is 1080p HD supported and 2000:1 contrast.

How to Setup and Install VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector?

Setting up the Vankyo projector is no hassle at all and it is only going to take a few minutes. Here’s how you have to do it.

1. Options for Installing the Projector

Based on how you have placed the projector, you might have to change the orientation of the projected image. This ensures that the projected image can be viewed by the audience. In case your project from the rear or ceiling, just go to ‘Menu’, then ‘OPTION’, and then ‘Projection Mode’ for setting up the projection modes.
There are 4 different installation types. Let’s take a look at them.

  • Front Table: In this mode, the projector has to be placed in front of the screen or wall. This will directly project the image to the screen or wall.
  • Rear Table: In this mode, the projector is positioned behind a compatible screen that supports rear projection.
  • Rear Ceiling: In this, the projector is positioned behind the screen with the lens facing upside down. The mode will let you flip over the image. A compatible screen supporting rear projection is needed.
  • Front Ceiling: This flips the image over from the top to bottom for projecting upside-down from a wall mount or ceiling.

Important Note: No matter where you are setting up the projector, check to place it squarely in front of the middle of the wall or screen and not an angle if you can.

2. Distance and Size of Projection

The distance of the projector from the screen decides the image size. If it is farther away from the screen, the projection size increases. So, place the projector at an appropriate angle. Thereafter, just adjust the keynote and the focus ring manually to get the best image.

90 inches is the recommended screen projection with a projection distance of 9.84 feet. Ambient darkness helps in improving the clarity of the images that are projected.

3. Settings of the Projector

Use the ‘Menu’ system of the projector for adjusting the settings to control the projector function.
But here are a few tips that you need to keep in mind.

  • Press the Up and Down button for selecting the option you would prefer changing. Thereafter, click on ‘OK’ for entering the submenu.
  • As soon as you are done changing the settings, hit on the ‘Menu’ button to go back to the previous menu’. To exit and go back to the homepage, press ‘Back’.
4. Picture Settings

Use the projector’s or remote’s ‘Menu’ button to enter ‘PICTURE’ settings.
Picture Mode: This will let you choose from different image modes such as ‘Vivid’, ‘User’, ‘Soft’, and ‘Standard’ for various projected content’. You can set up the ‘Color’, ‘Brightness’, ‘Sharpness’, ‘Tint’, and ‘Contrast’ if you choose the ‘User’ mode.
Color Temperature: This lets you choose the color temperature modes. The available options are ‘Cool’, ‘User’, ‘Warm’, and ‘Medium’. You can choose the color proportions of ‘Blue’, ‘Red’, and ‘Green’ for the images after you have chosen ‘User’ mode. Reduce Display Size: It can reduce the image size proportionally, from 100% to 75%.

Aspect Ratio:

This is the proportional relationship between the height and width of the image. The options available are ‘Auto’, 16:9, and 4:3.

PC Screen:

It is a function that gets activated if you choose VGA as the input source. Press on ‘OK’ for entering the screen setting and adjusting the desktop as per your preference.

Noise Reduction:

It is the process of removing noise from the signal. The available options are ‘Default’, ‘High’, ‘Middle’, ‘Low’, and ‘Off’.

5. Option Settings

Use the Left or Right button to get to the ‘OPTION’ Settings. This will show you the options,

  • Restore Factory Default: This is reset the projector. After reset, it will automatically reboot.
  • OSD Language: For setting up the operation interface language.
  • Projection Mode: This comes with 4 different modes such as ‘Rear Ceiling’, ‘Front Ceiling’, ‘Rear Table’, and ‘Front Table’.
  • Software Update: It will update the projector’s software if a new version is available on the USB drive that is attached to the projector.
  • OSD Duration: It adjusts the duration of the Menu appearing on screen after the last button is pressed on the projector’s remote.
6. Sound Settings

Use the Left and Right button for getting access to ‘Sound’ settings. This will give you the following options.

  • Sound Mode: This sets up a different sound pattern for video and audio files. The options are User, Sports, Movie, Music, and Standard.’
  • Auto Volume: It is to set the volume as per your preference.
  • Balance: It balances the sound of the speaker’s right and left channel.
7. Projector Connections

If you are connecting a device to the projector, the following steps have to be followed if you are doing it for the first time.

  1. Connect the power cord into the power inlet of the projector and then plug it into a power outlet.
  2. Take off the lens cover and then press the projector’s power button to turn it on. You can also use the remote.
  3. Go to the OSD Language interface to set the language you prefer
  4. Use UP/Down/Right/Left buttons for choosing your language. Thereafter press the projector’s or remote’s OK button to confirm.
  5. This is going to show a screen with ‘No Signal’. Put in the cables or device into the respective ports of the projector.
  6. To go to the Input Source menu, press on ‘Source’.
  7. Now, press on the Source button or the ‘Up/Down’ button for selecting and then pressing on the ‘OK’ button for choosing the right input.
  8. Adjust the keystone and focus ring to get the best possible image.
Notes
  1. After plugging the power cord into the inlet, the LED light is going to flash green/red and gradually it is going to change to solid red. Use the Power Button to turn on your projector. Now, the projector LED light will turn to green.
  2. You should not look into the projector lens if the lamp is on as it can damage your eyes. It is particularly dangerous for kids.
  3. Put in 2 AAA batteries in the remote prior to using it.

If you are using the projector in a conference room and want to project videos, music, slides, etc. connect it to the computer.

a. Use HD Cable

An HDMI connection is better for projecting videos, images, and other files that have to be HDMI.

  • Turn on the projector and the computer.
  • Next, connect the HD cable to the HDMI port of the computer.
  • Now, take the other end and connect it to the HD port of the projector.
  • Press on the button ‘Source’ for opening the Input Source menu.
  • Choose HDMI for projecting a file on the computer and pressing the Up/Down button.
b. Using VGA Computer Cable
  • Turn on the projector and the computer.
  • Next, you have to connect the VGA cable to the VGA port of the computer.
  • Take the other end of the cable and connect it to the projector.
  • Press on the button Source for opening the Input Source.
  • Choose VGA for projecting a file on the computer simply by pressing on the Up/Down button.
Note:

For connecting Mac that includes just a Mini Display Port, Mini-DVI port, and Thunderbolt port, you have to get an adapter that will let you connect to the VGA or HDMI port of the projector.
For Windows7 and higher, press the Windows + P key simultaneously will open the display-switch toolbar with different display options. these are,

  • Duplicate: The option will display the contents on the computer screen.
  • PC Screen: It displays the computer screen contents on the computer screen.
  • Projector Only: It displays the presentation content on the projector but will show a blank screen on the computer.
  • Extend: It is an option that splits the image between the projector and the computer.

For Mac, go to Apple Menu and then System Preference. From this, go to Display and then the Arrangement tab for checking and unchecking. The Mirror Display box can extend or mirror the content for your projection screen.

How to do a Factory Reset on VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector?

Want to do a factory reset on the projector? Follow these easy steps.

  • Press the Left/Right button for opening ‘Option’
  • Now use the Down button for selecting the ‘Restore Factory Default’. Thereafter, press ‘OK’.

This will reset the projector’s settings.

FAQ

Why is the Vankyo leisure projector display available without the audio?

There are only the projector display and no audio because of one of the following reasons.

  • The projector or the device that is connected such as the TV or PC is muted.
  • The audio format isn’t supported by the projector.
  • VGA connection transmits an analog signal of video and not audio. So, you will have to use an external speaker to TV or PC to get the audio.
Why does the leisure 3 projector have audio but no picture?

The projector might have audio but no video may be because the video format isn’t supported by the projector.

What to do If the Image is Upside Down on Vankyo 3 projector?

Enter the Menu-Option-Projection Mode for flipping the projected image accordingly.

What to Do is the Projection Screen isn’t Square-On to the Projector Aligned Horizontally?

If the projector screen isn’t square-on to the projector aligned horizontally,

  • Check if the projector has been placed on the surface with a light at the center of the screen.
  • Check if the screen has been placed perpendicularly to the projector.
What to Do If the Remote Control isn’t Responding?

In case the remote control is unresponsive, you will have to follow these steps.

  • Check if the remote points at the IR receiver directly
  • Don’t cover the IR receiver
  • Put on a new pair of AAA batteries
What to Do If the Color Gets Distorted?

In case the color gets distorted, you will have to take the following steps.

  • Check if the video source has a fine resolution
  • Go to Menu-Picture-Color Temperature for choosing the different modes and adjusting the values.
  • Go to Menu-Option-Restore Factory Default for doing a factory reset.

Why is the Vankyo 3 Projector Screen Showing No Signal?

If VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector screen is showing NO signal, you need to do the following,

  • Check if all the cables have been plugged in firmly and correctly.
  • Check if you have chosen the right input source. For instance, in case a USB drive has been plugged into the projector, choose the USB in the interface of the input source.
  • The projector supports USB 2.0 disk. In case a USB 3.0 is connected, it can slow down ‘No Signal’.

What if the Images Become Distorted or Blurry?

In case the images appear distorted or blurry, do the following.

  • Adjust the keystone and the focus ring until you get the best image.
  • Place the projector on a flat-screen surface which is level, side-to-side, as well as front-to-back. An inclination of an angle is going to blur the displays or cause uneven colors.
  • Ambient darkness improves the clarity of the images that are projected.
  • The distance range between the screen and the projector is from 1.19m to 5.46m.
  • Projecting screen or wall is as clear-white as possible.

Why does the Vankyo Projector Get Shut Down While Playback?

Is your projector getting shut down while you are playing the video? you will have to do the following to fix it.
• Check if the power plug is working and fitted firmly to the outlet.
• The projector activates the built-in protection automatically. This turns it off in case it gets overheated. So, unplug it and let it cool down before you use it once again.
• In case the LED light indicator on the projector lights up but the fan isn’t operating, get in touch with the support team of VANKYO.
• Using a large memory device such as a 1TB disk drive on the USB port might shut down the projector. Try to insert the USB device prior to powering the projector. You might have to use an external power supply for your storage device.

What to Do If There are Small Dots on the Vankyo 3 Projector?

In case there are small dots on the projector, here’s what you have to do,
• Tap the projector lightly for shaking off the dust that can get collected during shipping or installing
• Avoid using chemical cleaners on the lens.

How to Change the Language?

For changing the language, press the ‘Menu’ button for entering the OPTION-OSD Language interface for choosing your preferred language.

How to Connect the leisure 3 Projector with a Mobile Device?

To connect the projector to the mobile device, you will have to follow a few simple steps. You can connect the projector to your mobile devices such as a tablet or smartphone.
An additional HDMI adapter is needed to connect the projector to the mobile device.
To connect the projector to an iOS device, follow the steps given below.
a. Turn on the iOS device and the projector.
b. Plug the HDMI connector of the HDMI adapter to your VANKYO projector.
c. Plugin the USB connector of the HDMI adapter to the power source.
d. Now, put in the HDMI adapter’s lightning connector to the iOS device.
e. Press on the ‘Source’ button to open the ‘Input Source’ interface.
f. Press the Up/Down button for selecting HDMI. Choose Trust in case there is a pop-up window on the iOS device.
To connect the projector to an Android device, here are the steps you need to follow.
a. Switch on the Android device and your projector.
b. Now, plug in the HDMI connector present on the HDMI adapter to your projector.
c. Plugin the USB connector to the HDMI adapter to the power outlet.
d. Put in the Micro USB or Type-C connector on the HDMI adapter to the Android device.
e. Press on the ‘Source’ button to open the ‘Input Source’ interface.
f. Press the Up/Down button for choosing HDMI for projecting the files on the Android device to the screen or the wall.

Note

For projecting the content on the Android device successfully, you might have to look for the ‘Developer Options’ for turning on ‘USB debugging’. You can check it on the internet.
Some Android devices might only transfer the display without audio because of the protocol restrictions. You can switch over to some other connecting options for projecting in this situation.
To connect the projector to the MHL device, do the following.
a. Turn on the MHL compatible device and your projector.
b. Plugin the HDMI connector of your MHL cable to the projector.
c. Power your MHL cable by plugging in the USB-A connector to the power adapter or power bank and then insert it in the socket.
d. Hold the ‘Source’ button to open the ‘Input Source’ interface.
e. Press on the Up/Down button for choosing HDMI for projecting the files on the MHL compatible device to the screen or wall.

How to Connect the Vankyo 3 Projector with the DVD Player?

To connect the projector to the DVD player ad watch movies, use the AV cable provided in the package. Thereafter, follow the steps given below.

  1. Turn on the projector and the DVD player.
  2. Now, connect the yellow jack plug to the projector’s AV port.
  3. Next, you will have to connect the yellow, white, and red RCA connectors to the DVD player.
  4. Hold the ‘Source’ button for bringing up the ‘Input Source’ menu and choose AV by pressing the button ‘OK’ on your remote.

How to Connect a Fire TV Stick to the Vankyo 3 Projector?

Do you want to watch a movie using a fire TV stick and projector? Just follow the instructions listed below.

  1. Turn on the projector
  2. Plugin the HDMI connector present on the fire TV stick into the projector’s HD port.
  3. Put in one end of the USB cable to the fire TV stick’s USB port. When done, plug the other end to a socket.
  4. Hold the ‘Source’ button for opening the ‘Input Source’ menu and choosing HDMI by pressing on the option ‘OK’ the remote.

When the fire TV stick has been connected to your projector, use the remote of the fire TV stick.

How to Connect the Vankyo 3 leisure Projector to a Chromecast?

To watch movies using Chromecast and the projector, you have to follow the step-by-step instructions given below.

  1. Switch on the projector.
  2. Now, plug in the HDMI connector on Chromecast to the projector’s HD port.
  3. Put in one end of the USB cable to the Chromecast’s USB port. Thereafter, plug in the projector to a socket.
  4. Use the ‘Source’ button for opening the ‘Input Source’ menu. From the menu, select HDMI simply by pressing on the remote’s OK.
  5. Now, download Google Home and install it on your handheld device.
  6. Set up the Google Home app by following the instructions.
  7. When you are done, choose any video player on your handheld device to play a video. Then tap on the Chromecast icon to cast the video on the screen or wall.

VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector Review

Looking at what people have to say VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector is one of the most popular projectors in the market. 90% of the people have to say all the positive things about it. One of the primary strengths of the projector is it has an LED light engine that can last thousands of hours. Moreover, it comes with a built-in stereo speaker and each of them are powered by 2 watts. This is a good addition but an outboard speaker sounds much better.

The native resolution of the projector is just 800×400. However, it accepts 1080p and while playing the video it will downscale it. It can fill screens in a wide range of sizes from 32 to 172 inches and a distance of 4.9 to 16.4 inches. However, the projector doesn’t have a zoom function. Hence, the image size is control of the projector distance from the screen.

Its USB port gives power and this is just perfect for streaming dongles like Roku or Fire TV Stick.
It doesn’t come as a surprise that the VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector doesn’t offer lens shift. Hence, the placement can be a little inflexible. All in all, it is a good projector within this range.

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