How to use Topvision portable LED projector? This portable projector is very suitable for home movie entertainment, backyard, games, yoga, and party usage. . This led projector has upgraded to 5500lux, brighter than other 4000lux led projectors. The projector 1920x1080P supported, and 3000: 1 contrast, which can bring you a ultimate outdoor home theater movie joy. Get more details in Topvision portable LED projector review.
In the box
The Topvision 2400 includes the projector, remote control, 3-in-1 AV cable, power cable, HDMI cable, and a user manual. The 3-in-1 AV cable only runs about six inches in length, which is a little constraining. The power cable and HDMI cable are far more accommodating, running closer to 6ft and 4ft respectively.
- TOPVISION T21 – Mini Projector
- HDMI cable.
- AV cable.
- Power cable.
- Lens cover.
- Remote control.
- User manual.
Pros & Cons – Topvision portable LED projector
- Equipped with multiple ports for connecting various devices
- Built-in stereo surround speakers offer enhanced sound quality
- Build quality looks really good
- Brightness. If you turn off the lights, it’s totally acceptable to enjoy movies
- Doesn’t heat up
- Supports USB drive and smart phones
- Equipped with an advanced cooling system to prevent overheating during use
- Limited Sharpness and resolution
- Offers low brightness
Specs – Topvision portable LED projector
- Model: TOPVISION T21
- Display Technology: LCD
- Light source: LED
- Aspect ratio: 16:9 / 4:3
- Projection modes: front / rear / ceiling
- Projection distance: 4,9 – 17 ft (1,5 – 5,2 m)
- Contrast ratio3: 3000:1
- Keystone Correction: vertical ±15º
- Screen size: 50 – 176 inches
- Cooling system: dual fan with noise supression technology.
- Fan noise: low
- Native Resolution: 800 x 480 px
- Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080 px (Full HD)
- Brightness: 4000 lumens
- Built-in Speakers: stereo Hi-Fi
- Lamp life: 50000 hours.
- Power Supply: 100V-240V-50/60Hz
- Dimensions: 7,4 x 5,9 x 3,1 in (18,8 x 14,9 x 7,87 cm)
- Weight: 2,76 lb (1,25 kg)
- Dolby Digital (AC-3): not supported.
- Connection terminals: HDMI / AV / VGA / USB / OUT 5V/ SD card slot (max 32GB) / audio output 3,5mm mini jack
- Chromecast / Fire TV Stick / Roku: supported.
- Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu: supported (NOTE: not supported from iPhone/Android using a charging cable due to copyright. Please, check out our “Netflix section” below to explore the available options to watch streaming services from your phone and other devices)
- PowerPoint / Excel / Word presentations: not suitable
Compare Topvision portable LED projector
|WIFI Projector||Outdoor Movie Projector||Native 720P Video Projector|
|LED Brightness||8500 Lux||4500 Lux||5500 Lux|
|Max Screen Size||300″||200″||200″|
Topvision portable LED projector review
The projector is pretty reasonably well designed. The body is mostly composed of aluminum, with a few select parts being made from ABS plastic. That helps keep everything pretty lightweight. The Topvision measures about 7.3 x 5.8 x 2.8 inches, and weighs just over 3lbs.
You’ll find essentially every sort of video input imaginable. That includes USB-A, HDMI, VGA, IR, AV, support for memory cards, and even a headphone jack.
The TOPVISION 2400Lux Mini Projector runs a slightly wide 16:10 aspect ratio. That’s a consequence of the throw distance for this projector being about 5ft to 17ft. You’ll find the best viewing distances are around 9-feet away from the projector. The pic shows the projector in use on a 120inch outdoor screen 20 feet away. The projector is about 8 feet from the screen secured to a tripod. It isn’t weather proof so you must bring it inside after use.
This led projector has upgraded to 5500lux, brighter than other 4000lux led projectors. It can bring you a ultimate outdoor home theater movie joy. This projector can provide crisp and clear image.
it supports 1080p input. The lens is glass and seems to be nice quality. The picture is pretty decent. It has to be very dark to see the picture. It has rear projection and front projection options. If you ceiling mount this for movies, its pretty basic but it seems to work great.
Inside a darkened area, you’ll find the contrast ratio is a respectable 2000:1. That’s a solid step over the basic 1000:1 ratio you’ll find is so common among mini projectors. If you’re trying to create a nice cinematic experience, then hitting about 2000:1 is pretty close a comfortable minimum.
Focus & Keystone
On the topside of the projector, you’ll a manual keystone correction wheel and a manual focus wheel. You’ll also find nine gray analogue buttons. Keystone correction and focus are easy to set by turning the key. Keystone correction and focus are easy to set by turning the key. It is very easy to adjust the screen size and focus in/out.
Sound is adequate – you may want to use another speaker for ‘more accurate’ sound. Also for sound you have to go into the firestick settings for sound and turn off the Dolby audio setting so you can actually hear the show or movie from the projector. I also recommend plugging in speaks for better sound.
The top side of the remote has only a single red power button. The center of the remote focused around a set of arrow keys encircling an “OK” button. And beneath that, you’ll find some common sense features, like being able to mute the audio or video. Nothing more than what you need, and nothing is poorly labeled. Remote works very intuitively, even with you “aiming” toward the output and not the front of the projector.
Topvision portable LED projector how to use
1- plug in the mini projector (take off the cover)
2- when you get to the home screen/main menu, choose “SOURCE”
3- you will be taken to a page with various choices to click- (usb, sd card, av, HDMI, and an image of an iPad connecting to a tv/monitor- choose the image of the iPad/tablet connecting to a tv/monitor
4- you will be taken to a page (blue background) with the words Id:Miraplug-0799010B at the top center. On the left you will see the apple icon and an image of a computer, iPad, iPhone etc. Stay on this screen while you do the next step.
5- Using your lightning cable, plug one end into your mini ipad/ipad, and plug the other end (usb) into the “OUT 5V” slot. Don’t plug it into the usb slot (the slot to the far left). The “OUT 5V” slot is located between the usb slot and HDMI slot on the mini projector.
6- Once your iPad is connected, you see a prompt pop up on your iPad screen asking you to “Trust” or “Don’t Trust”. Choose “Trust”. You should then see whatever is on the screen of your iPad being projected through the mini projector.