Sony LSPX-P1 Startup Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Sony LSPX-P1 Startup Guide PDF

Connection environment Help Guide (Web operating instructions)

The Help Guide is the operating instructions provided on the Internet. It describes the features of the unit, how to use the unit in detail, and how to troubleshoot. Visit the following site with your smartphone or computer.

http://rd1.sony.net/help/projector/lspxp1/en-us/

5v

HDMI device such as a Blu-ray Disc player

HDMI OUT

(not supplied)

HDMI IN Access point

External input (HDMI) function

Wireless LAN

Project your own content

Operate the unit using the dedicated app

Poster Startup Guide

Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector

LSPX-P1

4-582-001-41(1)

Printed in Korea 2017 Sony Corporation

How to enjoy the projector

Poster Decorate the room with your favorite content such as a clock, the weather, photos and videos.

External input (HDMI) function Enjoy movies and TV dramas anywhere in the house by connecting an HDMI device such as a Blu-ray player to the wireless unit.

Project your own content Enjoy the photos and videos on your smartphone as a slideshow.

1 Checking contents Startup Guide

(this document) Reference Guide Warranty

Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector (rechargeable built-in battery)

AC Adaptor 19.5 V (large)

Wireless Unit AC Adaptor 5 V (small)

IR Blaster By connecting the IR Blaster to the wireless unit, you can operate the HDMI device by aiming its remote control at the projector.

2 Connecting the AC adaptor to the projector

Charging begins when 19.5 V AC adaptor is connected to the projector.

3 Turning the power on To turn the power on, press and hold the power button until you hear a sound. Do not look into the projection window during projection.

Projection window

Power button

4 Projecting images Project onto a wall Project onto a table or floor

Projection window

Power button

Projection window

Power button

5 Setting up with the app Install the dedicated app ( / ) to your smartphone, then open it and follow the on-screen instructions to perform the initial settings to use the unit. Scan the matrix code below or search for the app with LSPX-P1 to install the app.

LSPX-P1http://www.sony.net/lspx-p1/store/

For how to connect the Wireless unit to the HDMI device and the IR Blaster, see the on-screen explanation after initial setting.

Connection environment Help Guide (Web operating instructions)

The Help Guide is the operating instructions provided on the Internet. It describes the features of the unit, how to use the unit in detail, and how to troubleshoot. Visit the following site with your smartphone or computer.

http://rd1.sony.net/help/projector/lspxp1/en-us/

5v

HDMI device such as a Blu-ray Disc player

HDMI OUT

(not supplied)

HDMI IN Access point

External input (HDMI) function

Wireless LAN

Project your own content

Operate the unit using the dedicated app

Poster Startup Guide

Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector

LSPX-P1

4-582-001-41(1)

Printed in Korea 2017 Sony Corporation

How to enjoy the projector

Poster Decorate the room with your favorite content such as a clock, the weather, photos and videos.

External input (HDMI) function Enjoy movies and TV dramas anywhere in the house by connecting an HDMI device such as a Blu-ray player to the wireless unit.

Project your own content Enjoy the photos and videos on your smartphone as a slideshow.

1 Checking contents Startup Guide

(this document) Reference Guide Warranty

Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector (rechargeable built-in battery)

AC Adaptor 19.5 V (large)

Wireless Unit AC Adaptor 5 V (small)

IR Blaster By connecting the IR Blaster to the wireless unit, you can operate the HDMI device by aiming its remote control at the projector.

2 Connecting the AC adaptor to the projector

Charging begins when 19.5 V AC adaptor is connected to the projector.

3 Turning the power on To turn the power on, press and hold the power button until you hear a sound. Do not look into the projection window during projection.

Projection window

Power button

4 Projecting images Project onto a wall Project onto a table or floor

Projection window

Power button

Projection window

Power button

5 Setting up with the app Install the dedicated app ( / ) to your smartphone, then open it and follow the on-screen instructions to perform the initial settings to use the unit. Scan the matrix code below or search for the app with LSPX-P1 to install the app.

LSPX-P1http://www.sony.net/lspx-p1/store/

For how to connect the Wireless unit to the HDMI device and the IR Blaster, see the on-screen explanation after initial setting.

How to enjoy the projector

Poster Decorate the room with your favorite content such as a clock, the weather, photos and videos.

External input (HDMI) function Enjoy movies and TV dramas anywhere in the house by connecting an HDMI device such as a Blu-ray player to the wireless unit.

Project your own content Enjoy the photos and videos on your smartphone as a slideshow.

1 Checking contents Startup Guide

(this document) Reference Guide Warranty

Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector (rechargeable built-in battery)

AC Adaptor 19.5 V (large)

Wireless Unit AC Adaptor 5 V (small)

IR Blaster By connecting the IR Blaster to the wireless unit, you can operate the HDMI device by aiming its remote control at the projector.

2 Connecting the AC adaptor to the projector

Charging begins when 19.5 V AC adaptor is connected to the projector.

3 Turning the power on To turn the power on, press and hold the power button until you hear a sound. Do not look into the projection window during projection.

Projection window

Power button

4 Projecting images Project onto a wall Project onto a table or floor

Projection window

Power button

Projection window

Power button

5 Setting up with the app Install the dedicated app ( / ) to your smartphone, then open it and follow the on-screen instructions to perform the initial settings to use the unit. Scan the matrix code below or search for the app with LSPX-P1 to install the app.

LSPX-P1http://www.sony.net/lspx-p1/store/

For how to connect the Wireless unit to the HDMI device and the IR Blaster, see the on-screen explanation after initial setting.

Connection environment Help Guide (Web operating instructions)

The Help Guide is the operating instructions provided on the Internet. It describes the features of the unit, how to use the unit in detail, and how to troubleshoot. Visit the following site with your smartphone or computer.

http://rd1.sony.net/help/projector/lspxp1/en-us/

5v

HDMI device such as a Blu-ray Disc player

HDMI OUT

(not supplied)

HDMI IN Access point

External input (HDMI) function

Wireless LAN

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