Quick Setup Unpack your MovieMate Remote control The Epson MovieMate projector is designed for use virtually anywhere at home. However, MovieMate and its accessories should not be exposed to water, smoke, direct heat or sunlight, or left outside for long periods of time. As with typical electronic equipment, please avoid exposure of MovieMate to moisture, dust, smoke, and other environmental factors which may result in damage to internal electronics over time.
Choose a location You can use your MovieMate just about anywhere—in the living room, bedroom, or even outside. You can use it with an optional subwoofer and screen, or simply project on a wall and use the built-in audio system. The following pictures show four different setups. ...
Set up MovieMate If you have an optional screen, set it up following the instructions included in the screen box. If you have an optional subwoofer, set it up as described in the User’s Guide. Put the batteries in the remote control. The remote control buttons can glow in the dark.
Adjust the image If the image is too low, too high, or off to the side, use the quick image adjustment dials to adjust its position. Up/down dial If the picture looks like this straight ahead. Make sure you position MovieMate at a 90-degree angle to the screen or wall.
Attach the lens cover when you’re not using MovieMate. Any problems? If you don’t find the solution to your problem here, see your MovieMate 30s Series User’s Guide for more troubleshooting tips. No picture appears on the screen Make sure MovieMate is turned on and warmed up. Turn on the main power switch on the front and then press the ...
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