Alfawise A9 Smart Projector

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  • Regular price $249.99

Maximum 1080P HD images
1280 x768 resolution, brings you high-definition viewing experience.
High color brightness for brighter visual output
4300 lumens, higher power of the LED light source with direct optical efficiency.
Built-in 3W speaker, no need of external speakers
Good sound quality, with 3.5mm audio interface for voice input and output.
High audio quality
Provides outstanding HI-FI-level audio effects.
Omnipotent multimedia projector
Compatible with PC, laptop, iPad, iPhone and other smartphones, as well as TV Stick, Chromecast, Xbox, blue ray DVD player, and PS3/PS4.



Brand: Alfawise
Native Resolution: 1280 x 768
Brightness: 4300lumens
Throw Ration: 1.4 : 1
Projection Distance: 1.1m - 6m
Image Size: 32 - 200 inch
Image Scale: 16:9

Product Detail

Lamp: LED
Bluetooth: Unsupport
Picture Formats: BMP, JPG, JPE, PNG, TIF, GIF
Video Formats: RM0, RMV, RM , RMVB AVI, MP4, DIV, MOV, MKV, WSF, ASF, FLV, WMV, ASM, 3GP, 3G2 WMV
Audio Formats: MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC, WAV
Power Supply: 100-240V
Built-in Speaker: Yes
DVB-T Supported: No
External Subtitle Supported: Yes
3D: Yes

Dimensions and Weight

Product weight: 2.6000 kg
Package weight: 3.5000 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 31.40 x 22.60 x 11.50 cm / 12.36 x 8.9 x 4.53 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 36.50 x 34.50 x 16.50 cm / 14.37 x 13.58 x 6.5 inches


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How to connect your mac to a projector?

You can connect your mac to a projector in 5 steps:

1.Turn on your Mac.
2.Plug in the projector to an electrical wall outlet socket and turn it ON.
3.Connect the video cable (usually VGA or HDMI) of the projector to the Mac.
4.Once the Mac and projector are connected, click on the Apple Menu in the top left corner of your screen.
5.Select the Displays icon.
For more details please refer to this post: How to connect your Mac to a projector?

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