Visit www.infocus.com/service for online registration, FAQ’s, product specifications,
user’s guides in multiple languages, an interactive image size calculator and more.
See the User’s Guide for detailed setup information and troubleshooting.
Please read the Safety Instructions before setting up the projector.
Optional Audio/Video Connections
DVD, Cable Box, VCR, or Game
DVD, Cable Box, VCR,
or Game System
Home Theatre or Receiver
If you can’t connect to a home theatre or
receiver, you can use the projector’s
built-in speaker instead.
Using the Projector’s Speaker
Only use Projector Audio if other audio output is not available
Included Audio/Video Cable
Stereo Audio Cable (Not Included)Included Audio/Video Cable
Adjust height Adjust zoom and focus
Power on computer
Power on projector
Remove lens cap
Connect power cable
Connect computer cable
If there is still no image, restart computer
Many laptops do not turn on their external video port when connected to a
projector. A key combo like FN + F3 or CRT/LCD key turns the external display
on/off. Locate a function key labeled CRT/LCD or a function key with a monitor
symbol on the laptop. Press FN and the labeled function key simultaneously.
Refer to your laptop’s documentation to learn your laptop’s key combination.
Projector and Computer Quick Set Up
Optional Cables for Improved Video Quality available at www.infocus.com
S-video cable separates the video signal
into two parts and improves video quality
compared to composite video.
Component video cable provides a
high-bandwidth connection that separates
video colors for improved resolution and
color accuracy compared to S-Video and
composite video. Component cables can
transmit high definition (Hi-Def, HDTV signals).
DVI cable (Digital Visual Interface) provides
picture information, giving the best possible
image quality. DVI cables can transmit
high definition (Hi-Def, HDTV) signals.
Best Connection Premium Connection
S-video cable Component cable DVI cable