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PicoPix Pocket projector

PicoPix Pocket projector

100 lumens, with MP4 player PPX3410/F7

Troubleshooting

How to connect the Philips Picopix 3407/3410/3411/3414 to a Macbook?

Option 1:
If your Macbook is equipped with a mini display or thunderbolt output, you can connect it to the PicoPix using the optional cable PPA1270 (not supplied with the PicoPix), below are the steps:

  • Connect the mini*Display cable end to your Macbook
  • Connect the mini Hdmi cable end to the PicoPix
  • Turn on the PicoPix and select the Hdmi source
  • The Macbook should automatically detect the PicoPix, If not you can force the system to find the projector by going to App Menu /System Preferences/Display/ Detect Display button

Option 2:
You need an Apple VGA adapter or Hdmi Adapter (Check the model of your Macbook and the Apple support webpage to advise which adapter you need for your device )

  • Connect the Vga or Hdmi adapter to your Macbook.
  • Connect the standard Hdmi/mini Hdmi or the optional VGA cable PPA1250
  • Select the right source on your PicoPix.
  • The Macbook should automatically detect the PicoPix, If not you can force the system to find the projector by going to App Menu /System Preferences/Display/ Detect Display button

Please note:
It the projection doesn't start, check that your using 800* 600 resolution.
Try to reboot your Macbook.

The information on this page applies to the following models: PPX3410/F7 .

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