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    NeoPix Prime 2Home projectorEN User ManualFR Manuel utilisateurDE BedienungsanleitungES Manual de usuarioIT Manuale dusoNL GebruiksaanwijzingRU TR Kullanm KlavuzuRegister your product and get support atwww.philips.com/support
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    User ManualNeoPix Prime 2Home projectorRegister your product and get support atwww.philips.com/support
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    Table of contentsIntroduction37Dear customer3Screen mirroring for iOS devices and Mac 17About this user manual3Cast video for iOS devices18Whats in the box3Customer service centre3Screen mirroring for Android devices/WindowsPC181General safety information 48 Change settings19Setting up the product 4Operating system settings19Repairs 4Projector system settings 21Power supply59 Service 232 Overview5Cleaning 23Top view5Update software 23Front view 6Troubleshooting 24Side view 610 Appendix 26Rear view 6Technical data26Remote control 6CE statement 273 Initial operation7FCC statement 27Placement7Canada regulatory compliance 27Connect power supply 8Other notice 28Prepare the remote control 9Power on and setup 9Basic setup114 Use home screen 12Shortcut options 12Easy setup 12Access online services 13Customize home screen wallpaper 13Screen navigation and keyboard input 135 Connect to playback devices14Connecting to devices through HDMI14Connecting to devices through AV14Connecting to a computer through VGA14Connecting to external speakers or headphones156 Browse storage devices16Play video from storage devices16Play music from storage devices16View photo from storage devices 17Wireless projection 17
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    IntroductionWhats in the boxDear customerb Remote control with 2 AAA batteriesThank you for purchasing this projector.d Lens coverWe hope you enjoy this product and the manyfunctions it offers!a NeoPix Prime 2 projector (NPX542/INT)c A/C power adaptere Quick Start Guidef AC power cable with plug x 4About this user manualaThe quick start guide supplied with this productallows you to start using this product quicklyand easily. Detailed descriptions can be foundin the following sections of this user manual.Read the entire user manual carefully. Followall safety instructions in order to ensure properoperation of this product (see General safetyinformation, page 4). The manufactureraccepts no liability if these instructions are notfollowed.Symbols usedNoticedbcOKeQuick StartQuick StartGuideQuick StartGuideQuick StartGuideGuideTroubleshootingfThis symbol indicates tips that will helpyou in using this product more effectivelyand easily.DANGER!Danger of personal injury!This symbol gives warning of dangerof personal injury. Physical injury ordamage can result from improperhandling.CAUTION!Damage to the product or loss of data!This symbol gives warning of damageto the product and possible loss ofdata. Damage can result from improperhandling.Customer service centreYou can find the support hotline in the warrantycard or online:Web: www.philips.com/supportMail: philips.projector.eu@screeneo.comInternational Phone: +41 215 391 665Please ask your provider for international callcosts!Access the electronic user manual athttps://support.philipsprojection.comAccess the community forum athttps://community.philipsprojection.comIntroduction3
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    1 General safetyinformationTake note of all warning and safety notesindicated. Do not make any changes or settingsthat are not described in this user manual.Incorrect operation, and improper handling canlead to physical injury, damage to the productor loss of data.Setting up the productThis product is for indoor use only. Place theproduct securely on a stable, flat surface.To help avoid possible injuries to persons ordamage to the product itself, position all cablesin such a way that no one will trip over them.Do not operate the product in damp rooms.Never touch the mains cable or the mainsconnection with wet hands.Never operate the product immediately aftermoving it from a cold location to a hot location.When the product is exposed to such a changein temperature, moisture may condense on thecrucial internal parts.The product must have sufficient ventilationand must not be covered. Do not put theproduct in closed cabinets, boxes, or otherenclosures when in use.Protect the product from direct sunlight,heat, intense temperature fluctuations andmoisture. Do not place the product in thevicinity of heaters or air conditioners. Observethe information on temperature listed in thetechnical data (see Technical data, pageTechnical data, page 26).Prolonged operation of the product causes thesurface to become hot. In case of overheating,the product automatically switches to standbymode.Do not allow liquids to leak into the product.Turn off the product and disconnect it from themains supply if liquids or foreign substancesleaked into the product. Have the productinspected by an authorised service centre.Always handle the product with care. Avoidtouching the lens. Never place heavy or sharpobjects on the product or on the power cable.If the product gets too hot or emits smoke,shut it down immediately and unplug thepower cable. Have your product checked byan authorised service centre. Keep the product4away from open flames (e.g. candles).DANGER!Risk of explosion with incorrect typeof batteries!There is a risk of explosion if the wrongbattery type is used.Do not expose the batteries (battery pack orembedded batteries) to excessive heat such assunshine, or open fire.Under the following conditions, a layer ofmoisture can appear inside the product whichcan lead to malfunctions:if the product is moved from a cold to awarm area; after a cold room is heated; when the product is placed in a damproom.Proceed as follows to avoid any moisturebuildup:1Seal the product in a plastic bag beforemoving it to another room, in order for it toadapt to room conditions.2Wait one to two hours before you take theproduct out of the plastic bag.The product should not be used in a very dustyenvironment. Dust particles and other foreignobjects may damage the product.Do not expose the product to extremevibrations. This may damage the internalcomponents.Do not allow children to handle the productwithout supervision. The packing materialsshould be kept out of the hands of children.For your own safety, do not use the productduring thunderstorms with lightning.RepairsDo not repair the product yourself. Impropermaintenance can result in injuries or damage tothe product. The product must be repaired byan authorised service centre.Please find the details of authorised servicecentres on the warranty card supplied with thisproduct.Do not remove the type label from this product,as this will void the warranty.Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    Power supplyUse only a power adapter which is certified forthis product (see Technical data, page 26).Check whether the mains voltage of the powersupply matches the mains voltage available atthe setup location. This product complies withthe voltage type specified on the product.2 OverviewTop viewaThe power outlet shall be installed near theproduct and shall be easily accessible.CAUTION!Always use theprojector off.button to turn theNeoPixPrime 2Turn off the product and unplug from thepower outlet before cleaning the surface(see Cleaning, page 23). Use a soft, lintfree cloth. Never use liquid, gaseous or easilyflammable cleaners (sprays, abrasives, polishes,alcohol). Do not allow any moisture to reachthe interior of the product.g f e d c bDANGER!Risk of eye irritation!This product is equipped with a highpower LED (Light Emitting Diode),which emits very bright light. Do notlook directly into the projector lensduring operation. This could cause eyeirritation or damage.a Focus adjustment knobAdjust image sharpness.bSwitch the projector on or to standby.When the projector is switched on, theLED turns white. When the projector isin standby, the LED turns red.cReturn to a previous menu screen.dConfirm a selection or entry.e Navigation buttonsNavigate menu options.On the home screen, press oncemore to display shortcut options; pressonce or more to exit shortcut options.fQuick access to settings options (e.g.picture and sound options).gAccess and select an input source.Quick access to settings options (e.g.picture and sound options).Overview5
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    Front viewRear viewaa bba VGA porta Projection lensConnect to the VGA port on a computer.b Front IR sensorb Rear IR sensorSide viewRemote controla b c d e f gAVMICRO SDHDMI 1HDMI 2USBDCmalbkcOKa3.5 mm audio output; connect to externalspeakers or headphones.jbcdef3.5 mm audio/video input; connect to theanalogue audio jacks and/or compositevideo jack on a playback device.Micro SD card slotConnect to a Micro SD card for media play.1Connect to the HDMI output on a playbackdevice.2Connect to the HDMI output on a playbackdevice.USB portConnect to a USB storage device for mediaplay.gConnect to the power supply.ihefga LED indicator6dEach time you press a button on the remotecontrol, the LED lights up briefly then off.Blue light indicates the remote control isBluetooth paired with the projector and theon-screen pointer can be enabled.Red light indicates the remote controlworks with the projector via infrared signalsonly, and the on-screen pointer cannot beenabled.Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    bAccess and select an input source.Quick access to settings options (e.g.picture and sound options).cConfirm a selection or entry.dWhen browsing apps, access moreoptions.When playing media, access moreoptions.3 Initial operationPlacementYou can install the projector in four differentconfiguration. Follow the guidelines below fordifferent projector placement.NoticeFor overhead mounting on ceiling,purchase a projector mountrecommended by an installationprofessional and follow the instructionsthat come with the mount.efAccess the home menu./Increase or decrease volume.Before mounting on the ceiling, makesure the ceiling can support the weightof the projector and mounting kit.gEnable or disable the on-screen pointer.For ceiling installation, this productmust be securely attached to the ceilingin accordance with the installationinstructions. An improper ceilinginstallation may result in accident, injuryor damage.hQuick access to apps windows.iStart, pause or resume media play.jReturn to a previous menu screen.k Navigation buttonsNavigate menu options.On the home screen, press oncemore to display shortcut options; pressonce or more to exit shortcut options.Front table1Place the projector on a table in front of theprojection screen. This is the most commonway to position the projector for quicksetup and portability.2On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK, then go to ProjectionImage Setting - Projection Mode - FrontDesktop.lQuick access to settings options (e.g.picture and sound options).mSwitch the projector on or to standby.Initial operation7
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    Front ceiling1Mount the projector on the ceiling withupside up in front of the projection screen.A projector mount is required to mount theprojector on ceiling.2Adjust projection to the correct position.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK, then go to ProjectionImage Setting - Projection Mode - FrontCeiling.Rear table1Place the projector on a table behind theprojection screen. A special rear projectionscreen is required.Adjust projection to the correct position.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK, then go to ProjectionImage Setting - Projection Mode - RearCeiling.Connect power supplyCAUTION!Always use thebutton to turn theprojector on and off.1Select a supplied power cable with anappropriate power plug (EU, UK, US, CH).2Connect the power adapter with the powercable to thesocket on the projector, andthen to the wall outlet.The LED on the projector turns red.AVAdjust projection to the correct position.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK, then go to ProjectionImage Setting - Projection Mode - RearDesktop.MICRO SDHDMI 1HDMI 2USBDCbcaRear ceiling18Mount the projector on ceiling with upsideup behind the projection screen. To mountthe projector on ceiling behind the screen,a projector mount and a special rearprojection screen is required.Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    Prepare the remote controlCAUTION!The improper use of batteries canlead to overheating, explosion, risk offire and injury. Leaking batteries canpossibly damage the remote control.Screen size adjustmentThe projection screen size (or size of images) isdetermined by the distance between the lensof the projector and the projection surface.This projector has the projection distance from80 cm to 200 cm, and thus creates projectionimage size from 20" to 80".Never expose the remote control todirect sunlight.Digital zoomingAvoid deforming, dismantling orcharging the batteries.You can use the digital zoom to reduce thescreen size up to 60%.Avoid exposure to open fire and water.1Presson the remote control to displaythe settings options. Then navigate to selectGeometry Corrections - Digital Zoom.Another way to access digital zoomingfunction as follows. On the home screen,press once or more to display theshortcut options. Then select theiconon the upper right of the home screenand press OK, then go to Projection ImageSetting - Digital Zoom.2Press / to adjust screen size with 60100% scaling range.Replace empty batteries immediately.Remove the batteries from the remotecontrol if not in use for long periods oftime.1Open the battery compartment.2Insert the supplied batteries (type AAA)with correct polarity (+/- ) indicated.3Close the battery compartment.When using the remote control with infraredsignals, point the remote control at the IRsensor on the projector, and make surethere is no obstacle between the remotecontrol and the IR sensor.Power on and setup1Pressto turn on the projector. The LEDon the projector turns from red to white.To turn off the projector, presstwo times.The LED on the projector turns from whiteto red.The distance between the projector andthe screen determines the actual size of theimage.Screen height adjustmentTo adjust the screen height when placingthe projector on the table, turn the angleadjustment knob located on the bottom of theprojector.AVAUXMICRO SDMICRO SDHDMI 1HDMI 1HDMI 2HDMI 2USBUSBDCDCInitial operation9
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    Image focus adjustmentGeometry Corrections - Manual.Another way to access manual imagecorrection as follows. On the home screen,press once or more to display theshortcut options. Then select theiconon the upper right of the home screenand press OK, then go to Projection ImageSetting - Manual Keystone.To adjust image focus, turn the focus knob onthe top of the projector.NeoPixPrime 2Image shape adjustmentAuto correctionMake sure to select Projection ImageSetting - Keystone Advanced - Front toactivate Manual Keystone option.Press / to adjust the image shape.Enable auto keystone correction toautomatically correct the image to berectangular.21On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK to access the systemsettings.You can manually adjust the image shape byre-positioning four corners of the projectionimage. This also lets you correct for left or rightposition of the projector.First go to Projection Image Setting - GyroHorizon. Perform calibration to achieveoptimal horizontal projection.Then go to Projection Image Setting Auto Keystone - On. Initialize automaticcorrection of the projection.Make sure to select Projection ImageSetting - Keystone Advanced - Front toactivate Auto Keystone option.Customized correction (4-corner correction)1Presson the remote control to displaythe settings options. Then navigate to selectGeometry Corrections - 4-Corner.Another way to access 4-corner correctionas follows. On the home screen, pressonce or more to display the shortcutoptions. Then select theicon on theupper right of the home screen and pressOK, and go to Projection Image Setting Keystone Advanced - Side (not Front).After that, select Manual Keystone underProjection Image Setting to activate4-corner adjustment.2In the 4-corner correction interface, pressOK to select an image corner, then press/ to adjust the horizontal positioningManual correctionYou can manually correct keystone or distortedimages to be rectangular.110Presson the remote control to displaythe settings options. Then navigate to selectPhilips NeoPix Prime 2
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    values, and / to adjust the verticalpositioning values. Repeat the same step toadjust positioning values of the other imagecorners if desired.3To exit correction mode, pressor.Basic setupStep 1: set up the language1On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK, then go to LanguageSetting.Use the Navigation buttons and OK on theremote control to make changes.2Hold down and on the remote controlfor five seconds. The remote control isautomatically paired with the projector."Philips AirMote" is displayed under thepaired devices list of the Bluetooth setting.When the remote control is paired with theprojector, the LED on the remote controlflashes blue briefly each you press a buttonon the remote control.To use on-screen pointerLanguage: Select your desired language foron-screen menus.Input Method: Select a keyboard inputmethod.Android Keyboard Settings: Make settingsfor Android keyboard.1When the remote control is paired with theprojector, press on the remote control todisplay or cancel the on-screen pointer.2When the pointer (a circular mark) isdisplayed on the projection screen,move the remote control in the air thenthe pointer moves across the screencorrespondingly.3Press the OK button on the remote controlto confirm selection.Step 2: activate on-screenpointerActivate the on-screen pointer (mouse cursor)to replace the function of the Navigationbuttons on the remote control. The on-screenpointer is useful when you input text throughpop-up virtual keyboard, browse the Internet,or use some certain apps.Before you can use the on-screen pointer, pairthe remote control with the projector.1Go to the Bluetooth settings.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Use theNavigation button on the remote controlto select Bluetooth to access Bluetoothsetting. Enable Bluetooth by selectingBluetooth ON/OFF if not enabled.Initial operation11
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    Step 3: set up the WiFi networkSet up the WiFi network to access onlineapplications and screen mirroring.What you needA wireless network router.For best wireless performance andcoverage, use an 802.11n router (WiFi 4)and the 5 GHz band.1Go to the WiFi settings.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Use theNavigation button on the remote control toselect WiFi to access WiFi setting. EnableWiFi by selecting WiFi ON/OFF if notenabled.4 Use home screenThe home screen provides easy access to awide range of Internet applications, setup andother useful features on the projector.Shortcut optionsThe projector has shortcut options which arelocated on the upper right of the home screen.Access the shortcut options via either of thefollowing ways.2Select your network name from the networklist. Then the network password input barand the virtual keyboard pop up.3To input your password, you can usethe navigation buttons on the remotecontrol, or use the on-screen pointer(see Step 2: activate on-screen pointer,page 11).After you input the password for thenetwork, select Connect on the screen tocomplete the WiFi setup.On the home screen, press once ormore on the remote control to display theshortcut options.To exit the shortcut options, press onceor more on the remote control.Enable the on-screen pointer and positionit in the area above the app list on thehome screen. The shortcut options appear.To exit shortcut options, position theon-screen pointer in the area below theshortcut options.Easy setupSelect the setup icon from the app list on thehome screen to access the following settings: Select language and time zone Activate on-screen pointer Set up WiFi networkRefer to the "Basic setup" section for similarand detailed setup operation.12Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    Access online servicesUse the AirMote controlSome pre-loaded Internet applications areavailable on the home screen.Before you can use this feature, make sure thatthe remote control is paired with the projectorfor AirMote control (see Step 2: activate onscreen pointer, page 11).Before access to the applications, makesure the projector is connected to Internet.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options then use theNavigation buttons to select WiFi.Use the Navigation buttons and OK onthe remote control to select and open anapplication.To uninstall applications on the homescreen, select an application, then presson the remote control to access theUninstall option.Use wired keyboard/mouseSimply connect the USB-A plug of yourwired mouse or keyboard to the USB porton the projector.Use the keys on the keyboard for screennavigation, selection and text input, just likethe keyboard operation with a computer.Use the buttons on the mouse fornavigation and selection.NoticeNew applications (apps) will beautomatically installed on the projectorwith firmware update (see Updatesoftware, page 23).Use Bluetooth Keyboard/mouse/gamepad1Customize home screenwallpaper1On the home screen, press once ormore on the remote control to display theshortcut options.2Use the Navigation button on the remotecontrol to select Change Wallpape, thenpress / to o select a pre-saved picture asbackground on the home screen. Press OKto confirm.Pair your Bluetooth keyboard, mouse orgamepad with the projector as follows:On the home screen, press once ormore to display the shortcut options.Use the Navigation button on theremote control to select Bluetoothto access Bluetooth settings. EnableBluetooth by selecting Bluetooth ON/OFF if not enabled.In the Bluetooth settings interface ofthe projector, select your Bluetoothkeyboard, mouse, or gamepad namefrom the Bluetooth device list.2Screen navigation andkeyboard inputAfter pairing, you can use the Bluetoothkeyboard, mouse, or mouse with theprojector.The projector provides several alternativemethods for you to navigate across theprojection screen and input text.Use home screen13
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    5 Connect toplayback devicesNoticeMake sure all devices are disconnectedfrom the power outlet before establishingor changing any connections.Connecting to devicesthrough AVConnect a playback device (e.g. a DVD player,gaming console, camcorder or digital camera)to the projector through AV connection. Withthis connection, images are shown on theprojection screen, and audio is played on theprojector.1Connecting to devicesthrough HDMIConnect a playback device (e.g. a Blu-rayplayer, gaming console, camcorder, digitalcamera or PC) to the projector through HDMIconnection. With this connection, images areshown on the projection screen, and audio isplayed on the projector.1Using a RCA cable with 3.5 mm plug,connect the AV connector (3.5 mm) on theprojector to the analogue audio outputjacks (red and white) and/or compositevideo output jack on a playback device.AVMICRO SDHDMI 1HDMI 2USBDCUsing an HDMI cable, connect the HDMI 1or HDMI 2 connector on the projector to theHDMI output on the playback device.AVMICRO SDHDMI 1HDMI 2USBDC2Pressto display the input source list,and then select AV.Connecting to a computerthrough VGA2Pressto display the input source list,and then select HDMI 1 or HDMI 2.Connect a computer (e.g. a desktop or laptop)to the projector. With this connection, imagesare shown on the projection screen.NoticeMany laptops do not activate theexternal video output automaticallywhen you connect a second display suchas a projector. Check your laptop usermanual to find out how to activate theexternal video output.114Using a VGA cable, connect the VGAconnector on the projector to the VGAoutput on a computer.Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    theconnector on the projector toheadphones.VGAThe speakers of the projector aredeactivated automatically when theexternal speakers or headphones areconnected to the projector.AV2HDMI 1HDMI 2USBDCOn your computer, adjust the screenresolution of the computer to the correctsetting and switch the VGA signal to anexternal monitor. The following resolutionsare supported:Resolution3MICRO SDImage refreshrateVGA640 x 48060 HzSVGA800 x 60060 HzXGA1024 x 76860 HzWXGA1280 x 76860 HzHD1280 x 72060 HzFULL HD1920 x 108060 Hz2When connecting to the headphones, usethe volume control on the remote control toadjust the volume to a comfortable level.Pressto display the input source list,and then select VGA.Connecting to externalspeakers or headphonesConnect external speakers or headphones tothe projector. With this connection, audio fromthe projector is played through the externalspeakers or headphones.DANGER!Danger of hearing damage!Before connecting the headphones,turn down the volume on the projector.Do not use the projector over a longertime at high volume especially whenusing headphones. This could lead tohearing damage.1Using a 3.5 mm audio cable, connect theconnector on the projector to the analogueaudio input (3.5 mm jack, or red and whitejacks) on the external speakers. Or connectConnect to playback devices15
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    6 Browse storagedevicesThrough the projector, you can access and playthe pictures, audio and video files stored on thelocal storage and the networked device.1Play video from storagedevices1From the file browser displayed, navigate toaccess the folders on the storage device.2To access video files, make sure the videoicon on the left side of the file browser isselected. Select a video file, and press OKto start video playback.3During playback, the playback control barappears at the bottom of the screen. Youcan presson the remote control to hideor display the control bar.Use / on the remote control to selecta control playback icon then press OK toconfirm. The control playback bar offersvarious functions, such as: Pause/resume playConnect a USB storage device to the USBport on the projector.Or connect a Micro SD card to theMICRO SD slot on the projector.AVMICRO SDHDMI 1HDMI 2USBDCmicroSD2Select the File Manager icon on the homescreen to access the files stored.3Select the local storage device or thenetworked device.If the local storage device is selected, youare prompted to select the internal storageor the connected storage (e.g. a USB flashdrive, HDD, camcorder or digital camera).If the networked device is selected , makesure the WiFi network is connected and ashared network device is accessible.The file browser is displayed. Use thenavigation buttons and OK on the remotecontrol to select and open files.416Select a previous/next playback fileFast forward/backwardSkip to a specific part of the video byentering the time of the scene. Using/ on the remote control to input time.Repeat a video section.Select sound effect and picture effect.Play music from storagedevices1From the file browser displayed, navigate toaccess the folders on the storage device.2To access music files, make sure the musicicon on the left side of the file browser isselected. Select a music file, and press OKto start music playback.3During playback, the playback control barappears at the bottom of the screen. Youcan presson the remote control to hideor display the control bar.Use / on the remote control to selecta control playback icon then press OK toconfirm. The control playback bar offersvarious functions, such as: Pause/resume playSelect a previous/next playback fileRepeat and shuffle playSelect sound effect.Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    View photo from storagedevices1From the file browser displayed, navigate toaccess the folders on the storage device.2To access picture files, make sure thepicture icon on the left side of the filebrowser is selected. Select a picture file,and press OK to display the picture.3When the picture is displayed, the playbackcontrol bar appears at the bottom of thescreen. You can presson the remotecontrol to hide or display the control bar.Use / on the remote control to selecta control playback icon then press OK toconfirm. The control playback bar offersvarious functions, such as: Select a previous/next picture fileZoom in or out the pictureRotate the photo clockwise oranticlockwise.Select picture effect7 WirelessprojectionThis projector allows you to wirelessly mirrorthe following devices to the projection screen.iOS devicesMacAndroid devicesWindows PCScreen mirroring for iOSdevices and MacYou can share the screen contents of your iOSdevice or Mac on the projection screen.What you need1Enable WiFi both on the projector and youriPhone/Mac, and the two are in the sameWiFi network.Make sure AirPlay is enabled on theprojector.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Use theNavigation button on the remote control toaccess AirPlayTM to check whether AirPlay isenabled. Once enabled, you do not need toenable it again later.2On your iPhone, access Control Center bysliding the screen up, and select the ScreenMirroring option. Then select the projectorname under Screen Mirroring to connectyour iPhone to the projector.Or on your Mac, access the screen mirroringoption located on the top of the computerscreen, then select the projector name toconnect your Mac to the projector.3After successful connection, the screencontents of your iPhone/Mac are casted tothe projection surface.Wireless projection 17
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    Cast video for iOS devicesYou can cast videos from your iOS device onthe full projection screen.What you need12Enable WiFi both on the projector andiPhone/Mac, and the two are in the sameWiFi network.Make sure AirPlay is enabled on theprojector.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Use theNavigation button on the remote control toaccess AirPlayTM to check whether AirPlay isenabled. Once enabled, you do not need toenable it again later.View online video on your iPhone, and tapthe TV icon on the video picture to accessApple TV mode. The video is now cast andplayed on the full projection screen.Screen mirroring forAndroid devices/WindowsPCYou can share the screen contents of yourAndroid device or Windows PC on theprojection screen.What you need1NoticeFor better streaming performance, use a5 GHz WiFi network.An Android device which supports Miracast(or Screen Mirroring). The feature namecan be also known as Screencast, ScreenSharing, WiFi Direct, and Wireless Display,etc. Not all Android devices have thisfeature. Refer to your device user manualfor details.Enable WiFi both on the projector and yourAndroid device (or Windows PC).Enable Miracast function on the projector.On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Use theNavigation button on the remote control toselect MiracastTM to enable Miracast.Copy-protected (DRM) content cannotbe streamed.Trademark noticeApple, AirPlay and the AirPlay logo aretrademarks or registered trademarks of Apple,Inc. in the US and other countries.Google, Android and the Android logo aretrademarks or registered trademarks of Google,Inc. in the US and other countries.218A message window is displayed toprompt you to activate wireless displayfunction (screen mirroring) on yourAndorid device (e.g. a mobile phone, ortablet).On your Android device (or WindowsPC), access the screen mirroring funtion.Then select the projector name under thescreen mirroring device list to connect yourAndroid device to the projector.3After successful connection, the screencontents of your Android device (orWindows PC) are casted to the projectionsurface.Several minutes may be needed for thepicture to appear after the streaming starts.Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    NoticeFor better streaming performance, use a5 GHz WiFi network.Copy-protected (DRM) content cannotbe streamed.Google Pixel Phones are not compatiblewith this Screen Mirroring system.8 Change settingsThis section helps you change the followingtwo system settings:Operating systemProjector systemOperating system settings1On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK to access varioussetting options.2Use the Navigation buttons and OK to selectand change settings.WiFi settingsGo to WiFi Setting to access the followingsettings.WiFi Setting: Turn WiFi on or off on theprojector. Connect the projector to the WiFinetwork. Use the pop-up virtual keyboardto input letters and digits.Proxy: Set the proxy host and proxy port toaccess the Internet. Use the pop-up virtualkeyboard to input letters and digits.Change settings19
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    Bluetooth settingsGo to Bluetooth Setting to pair the projectorwith the projector's remote control, or aBluetooth keyboard/mouse/gamepad.Digital Zoom: Scale the projection imagewithin the range from 60% to 100%.NoticeIf Side is selected under KeystoneAdvanced, Auto Keystone option isinvisible and Manual Keystone option isenabled for 4-corner image correction.Language and keyboard settingsGo to Language and input method Setting toaccess the following settings.NoticeThe projector cannot be used forstreaming music through Bluetooth.Picture settingsGo to Projection Image Setting to access thefollowing settings.Language: Select a language for on-screenmenus.Input Method: Select a keyboard inputmethod.Android Keyboard Settings: Accessvarious settings for Android keyboard (e.g.intelligent word correction and suggestion).Date and time settings20Gyro Horizon: Automatically calibratethe horizontal projection to the optimal.Perform calibration before you enable autokeystone correction (Auto Keystone) of theprojection.Place the projector on a level surfacebefore calibration.Projection Mode: Adjust the projectionto the correct position based on differentinstallation of the projector.Keystone Advanced: Enable or disable4-corner image correction. Select Side toenable 4-corner image correction.Auto Keystone: Enable or disable autokeystone correction of the projection.Perform calibration (Gyro Horizon) beforeyou enable auto keystone correction of theprojection.Manual Keystone: Manually correct theimage shape. Or access 4-corner imagecorrection if the function is enabled byselecting Keystone Advanced - Side.Go to Date Setting to access the followingsettings.Automatically update date and time, ormanually set date, time and time zone.Apps managementGo to Application Setting to access thefollowing settings.Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    System information checkingGo to System Info to check the following systeminformation: product name, system version, freeand total internal memory, free and total ROM,and MAC address.Check an app version, app size and cachesize.Clear cache size or uninstall an app.Restore default settings1Go to System Update then select RestoreFactory.Projector system settings21Pressoron the remote control toaccess the projector system setting options.2Use the Navigation buttons and OK to selectand change settings.Follow the on-screen instructions to startor cancel resetting.NoticeAfter resetting to the default settings,all the files and apps you installed arecompletely erased. Back up your files ifyou need to reset the projector.Other system settingsInput source selectionGo to Input Source to access the followingsettings.Go to Other Setting to access the followingsettings.Boot Source Option: Select or deselect aninput source to start up the projector.Mouse speed: Change the speed at whichthe on-screen point moves.Select and activate an input source (HDMI1,HDMI2, VGA, AV) corresponding to anexternal device which is connected to theprojector.Select Philips OS when a USB storagedevice is connected or no other externaldevice is connected.Change settings21
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    Image optionsOther optionsYou can access the image setting options, suchas:You can also access the following options.Picture Adjustments: Set the valuesfor brightness, contrast, saturation andsharpness.White Balance: Select a white balanceoption to best reproduce colours underdifferent lighting conditions. Or configureyour own color balance between red, greenand blue.Picture Preset: Select a predefined colorbrightness setting for picture and videodisplay.Check software version, hardware version,serial number of this product.Restore default settings.Software update via a USB device (seeUpdate SW through USB, page 23).Sound optionsYou can access the following sound settingoptions.Surround Sound: Enable or disablesurround sound effect.Sound Preset: Select a preset sound effect.Scheduled shutdownGo to Sleep Timer to select a time option whichenables the projector to automatically turn offat a specified period of time.22Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    9 Servicescreen and press OK, then go to SystemUpdate - Online Update.CleaningDANGER!Instructions for cleaning!Use a soft, lint-free cloth. Never useliquid or easily flammable cleansers(sprays, abrasives, polishes, alcohol,etc.). Do not allow any moisture toreach the interior of the projector.Do not spray the projector with anycleaning fluids.Wipe over the surfaces gently. Becareful that you do not scratch thesurfaces.Cleaning the lens3Update SW through USB1Check the latest software version on www.philips.com/support. Find your product(model number: NPX542/INT), and locateSoftware and drivers.2Download the software into the USB flashdrive. Unzip the downloaded software fileand save it in the root directory of the USBflash drive.Use a soft brush or lens cleaning paper forcleaning the lens of the projector.DANGER!If an upgrade media is detected, youare prompted to start or cancel theupdate.Follow the on-screen instructions tocomplete the update.Do not use any liquid cleaning agents!Do not use any liquid cleaningagents for cleaning the lens, to avoiddamaging the coating film on the lens.After unzipping, make sure KJ-3S022.bin file is included.Connect the USB flash drive to theprojector.Update software3The latest software of the projector can befound on www.philips.com/support for youto get the best features and support from theprojector.4On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK, then go to SystemUpdate - Local Update.5Follow the on-screen instructions tocomplete the update.Before you update the software of theprojector, check the current software version:On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homescreen and press OK, then go to About System Version.CAUTION!Do not turn off the projector or removethe USB flash drive during the update.Update SW through Internet1Connect the projector to the Internet.2On the home screen, press once or moreto display the shortcut options. Then selecttheicon on the upper right of the homeService23
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    TroubleshootingtimesPower cyclingIf a problem occurs that cannot be correctedwith the instructions in this user manual, followthe steps given here.1Turn the projector off by pressing2Wait at least ten seconds.3Turn the projector on by pressing4If the problem persists, please contact ourtechnical service centre or your dealer.once.twoProblemsSolutionsThe projector cannot be turned on. Disconnect and reconnect the power cable, andtry to turn the projector on again.The projector cannot be turned off. Press and hold longer than ten seconds. If thisdoes not work, disconnect the power cable.No image from the external HDMI device. Check if the correct HDMI input is selected (HDMI1 or HDMI 2). Disconnect the HDMI cable or switch off theHDMI device. Wait three seconds. Reconnect the HDMI cable or switch on the HDMIdevice again.No sound from the external connecteddevice. Check the cables to the external device. Check that the sound is activated on the externaldevice. Only the original cables from the devicemanufacturer may function.No sound from external HDMI outputdevice. On the HDMI output device, set the audio settingto Multichannel (Raw data) & Stereo (PCM).No sound when you connect yourcomputer via HDMI cable. Check that the sound is activated on thecomputer.Only the home menu appears and not theimage from the external device. Check if the cables are connected to the correctsockets. Check that the external device is turned on. Check if the video output of the external device isturned on.Only the home menu appears and not theimage from the connected computer. Check that the VGA output of the computer isturned on. Check if the resolution of the computer is set to1920*1080 (for VGA connection) or 1080P (forHDMI connection).The projector turns itself off. When the projector is running for a long period oftime, the surface becomes hot. Check that the power cable is connected correctly.The projector cannot read the USB storage The projector does not support the exFAT filedevice.system. Format the USB storage device in FAT32 or NTFSformat, then use it.24Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    ProblemsSolutionsThe projector does not react to remotecontrol commands. Check the batteries of the remote control.Measures to take if Screen Mirroring doesnot work anymore after a firmware updateof an Android or iOS device? We recommend checking regularly for newfirmware of your projector (see Update software,page 23).Screen mirroring does not work with theavailable Android device. In order to allow screen mirroring, your devicemust support Miracast. Not all Android devicessupport this function. The function name can bealso known as Screencast, Screen Sharing, WiFiDirect, Wireless Display, etc.. Please refer to the user manual of your Androiddevice to check if this function is supported andhow it can be enabled.When I view videos, the sound or the The available WiFi bandwidth is insufficient forpicture is sometimes distorted or the soundsending the video flawlessly from the smartphoneis not synchronized to the picture.to the projector. This can happen if one or moreWiFi networks operate in the same frequencyrange nearby. Certain IoT devices (e.g. ZigBeeenabled devices) also operate in this frequencyrange. Your smartphone is not fast enough to compressthe screen data and send it simultaneously overWiFi. Your smartphone may maintain parallelconnections to your home network andthe projector. This will reduce the availablebandwidth. Disabling temporarily the connectionto your home network may help.The temperature of the projectors surfaceis warm. For this projector it is normal to generatemoderate heat during operation.What to do if the projector does not workwhen connecting to a notebook PC? Check that the HDMI cable is plugged in correctly. Make sure that the notebook PC has beenswitched to projector display.Service25
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    10 AppendixTechnical dataTechnology/opticalDisplay technology ...............................................LCDAppsPre loaded apps........................... Smart Philips OSYouTube, MX Player Pro...(continuouslyexpanding and thus may differ whenshipping)Light source .............................................................LEDProduct detailsResolution ........................................1280 720 pixelDimensions (W D H) ..........220 x 170 x 90 mmResolution supported................ 1920 x 1080 pixelWeight .....................................................................1.2 kgLED lifetime ................................over 30,000 hoursOperating temperature.......................... 5 C - 35 CContrast ratio..................................................... 3000:1Storage temperature....................................... < 60 CAspect ratio .............................................................16:9Throw ratio ..............................................................1.31:1Package contentScreen size (diagonal)............................. 20" to 80"NeoPix Prime 2 projector, remote control with2 AAA batteries, AC adapter, power cables (EU,UK, US, CH), lens cover, Quick Start GuideScreen distance........................................ 80 cm - 200 cm / 24- 60Keystone correction............ automatic or manualProjection modes.........................................front, rear, front, ceilingFocus adjustment............................................ manualDigital zoom........................................yes (60-100%)4-corner correction.......................................yes (45)Boost source........................................HDMI or AppsIntegrated media player........................................ yesInternal memory..................................................16 GBSoundBuilt-in speakers................................................2 x 5WConnectionWi-Fi ......................... 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4+5GHz,.......................................................Airplay, MiracastBluetooth.......connection for Airmote, keyboard,mouse or gamepadConnectivity.........2 x HDMI, VGA, AV in (3.5 mm),..............................Micro SD card slot, USB (2.0),...................................... headphone out (3.5 mm)Power sourcePower consumption.....................operating: 100 W.........................................................Standby: 0.3 WPower supply...................................... power adapter................Input: 100-240V~, 50/60Hz, 1.4A (max)................................. Output: DC 24.0V, 3.0A, 72.0WSupported devicesAndroid ..........................Miracast support requirediOS ............................................................... 7/8/9/10/1126Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    CE statement15.105 Information to user.The product shall only be connected to aUSB interface of version USB 2.0 or higher. Adapter shall be installed near theequipment and shall be easily accessible. The operating temperature of the EUT cantexceed 35C and shouldnt be lower than5C. The plug is considered as disconnect deviceof adapter. The UNII Band 5150-5250 MHz is for indooruse only. The device complies with RF specicationswhen the device is used at 20 cm from yourbody.Hereby, Screeneo Innovation SA declares thatthis product is in compliance with essentialrequirements and other relevant provisions ofDirective 2014/53/EU.This equipment has been tested and foundto comply with the limits for a Class B digitaldevice, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonableprotection against harmful interference ina residential installation. This equipmentgenerates, uses and can radiate radiofrequency energy and, if not installed and usedin accordance with the instructions, may causeharmful interference to radio communications.However, there is no guarantee that interferencewill not occur in a particular installation. If thisequipment does cause harmful interferenceto radio or television reception, which can bedetermined by turning the equipment o andon, the user is encouraged to try to correct theinterference by one or more of the followingmeasures:The Declaration of Compliance can beconsulted on the site www.philips.com.Frequency bandsMaximum outputpowerBT EDR (EIRP)9.09 dBmBT BLE (EIRP)4.85 dBmWiFi 2.4GHz (EIRP)17.88 dBmWiFi 5GHZ (EIRP)17.89 dBmFCC statement15.19 Labeling requirements.This device complies with part 15 of the FCCRules. Operation is subject to the followingtwo conditions: (1) This device may not causeharmful interference, and (2) this device mustaccept any interference received, includinginterference that may cause undesiredoperation.15.21 Information to the user.Any changes or modications not expresslyapproved by the party responsible forcompliance could void the users authority tooperate the equipment.Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.Increase the separation between theequipment and receiver.Connect the equipment into an outlet ona circuit dierent from that to which thereceiver is connected.Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.During operation, the separation distancebetween the user and the antenna shall beat least 20 cm. This separation distance willensure that there is sucient distance from aproperly installed externally-mounted antennato satisfy the RF exposure requirements.FCC ID: 2ASRT-NPX542/INTCanada regulatorycomplianceThis device complies with Industry Canada CANICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B)RSS-Gen & RSS-247 statement: This devicecomplies with Industry Canada RSS standard(s).Operation is subject to the following twoconditions:1This device may not cause interference, and2This device must accept any interference,including interference that may causeundesired operation of the device.Appendix27
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    RF Radiation Exposure statement: Thedevice meets the exemption from the routineevaluation limits in section 2.5 of RSS102 andusers can obtain Canadian information on RFexposure and compliance.This device should be installed and operatedwith a minimum distance of 7.8 inches(20 centimetres) between the device and yourbody.Other noticePreservation of the environment as partof a sustainable development plan is anessential concern of Screeneo Innovation SA.The desire of Screeneo Innovation SA is tooperate systems respecting the environmentand consequently it has decided to integrateenvironmental performances in the life cycleof these products, from manufacturing tocommissioning use and elimination.Packaging: The presence of the logo (greendot) means that a contribution is paid to anapproved national organisation to improvepackage recovery and recycling infrastructures.Please respect the sorting rules set up locallyfor this kind of waste.Batteries: If your product contains batteries,they must be disposed of at an appropriatecollection point.Product: The crossed-out waste bin symbol onthe product means that the product belongsto the family of electrical and electronicequipment. In this respect, the Europeanregulations ask you to dispose of it selectively:At sales points in the event of thepurchase of similar equipment. At the collection points made availableto you locally (drop-off centre, selectivecollection, etc.).In this way you can participate in the reuseand upgrading of Electrical and ElectronicEquipment Waste, which can have an effect onthe environment and human health.plastic wrapping recycled or dispose of it inthe non-recyclable waste, depending on therequirements in your country.Trademarks: The mentioned references inthis manual are trademarks of the respectivecompanies. The lack of the trademarks and does not justify the assumption thatthese dedicated terminologies are freetrademarks. Other product names used hereinare for identification purposes only and maybe trademarks of their respective owners.Screeneo Innovation SA disclaims any and allrights in those marks.Neither Screeneo Innovation SA nor its affiliatesshall be liable to the purchaser of this productor third parties for damages, losses, costs, orexpense s incurred by the purchaser or thirdparties as a result of accident, misuse, or abuseof this product or unauthorised modifications,repairs, or alterations to this product, or failureto strictly comply with Screeneo Innovation SAoperating and maintenance instructions.Screeneo Innovation SA shall not be liable forany damages or problems arising from the useof any options or any consumable materialsother than those designated as originalScreeneo Innovation SA/PHILIPS products orScreeneo Innovation SA/PHILIPS approvedproducts.Screeneo Innovation SA shall not be held liablefor any damage resulting from electromagneticinterference that occurs from the use of anyinterface cables other than those designated asScreeneo Innovation SA/PHILIPS products.All rights reserved. No part of this publicationmay be reproduced, stored in a retrievalsystem or transmitted in any form or by anymeans, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,recording, or otherwise, without the priorwritten permission of Screeneo Innovation SA.The information contained herein is designedonly for use with this product. ScreeneoInnovation SA. is not responsible for any use ofthis information as applied to other devices.This user manual is a document that does notrepresent a contract.Errors, printing errors and changes are reserved.Copyright 2021 Screeneo Innovation SA.The paper and cardboard packaging used canbe disposed of as recyclable paper. Have the28Philips NeoPix Prime 2
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    Screeneo Innovation SARoute de Lully 5c - 1131 Tolochenaz - SwitzerlandPhilips and the Philips Shield Emblem are registered trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V. usedunder license. Screeneo Innovation SA is the warrantor in relation to the product with which thisbooklet was packaged.NeoPix Prime 22021 Screeneo Innovation SA. All rights reserved.EN

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