Locations of Parts and Controls



  1. Battery Indicator Lights - Lights flash in turn as the device charges. The battery is fully charged when all the lights illuminate and no longer flash.
  2. Lens Cover/Power - Slide lens cover to turn device on.
  3. Projection Lens
  4. Audio Out (3.5mm) - (Optional) Connect an external speaker or headphones.
  5. HDMI Video Input - Connect an HDMI cable to a device that supports HDMI video output.
  6. USB Power Output - Connect a USB power cable to provide power to an HDMI streaming stick or to charge a smartphone battery. Cannot be used for video.
  7. USB-C Charge/Video Input - Connect the supplied USB-C Charge/Video cable to a device that supports USB-C video output, or connect the supplied USB-C Charge/Video cable to your MacBook Pro AC adapter to charge the projector's internal battery. Note: Projector battery will not charge and project simultaneously via a USB-C connection. Fully charge the battery before first use (approximately 4-5 hours).
  8. Reset button - Press to reset projector.
  9. DC Power Input
  10. Source Input Button - Press to change input source. 
  11. Focus Mode - Press button then use volume +/- buttons to adjust the focus.
  12. Volume Controls - Increase/decrease the volume output of the projector.
  13. Rubber Foot Pads - Provides stability and proper airflow to cooling vents.
  14. Cooling vent
  15. Tripod Mount - will fit a standard sized tripod screw. Tripod not included.

Remote Control


  1. [Power] Power the projector on/off.
    NOTE: The lens cover on the projector must be open to power the projector on with the power button.
  2. [Invert Image] Invert the projected image when the projector is mounted upside down.
  3. [ECO Power Mode] Turn ECO power mode on/off
  4. [Motorized Focus] Adjust the image focus
  5. [USB-C Video Input Select] Select the USB-C Video input source
  6. [Volume Controls] Increase or decrease the volume
  7. [HDMI 1 Input Select] Select the HDMI 1 Video input source
  8. [HDMI 2 Input Select] Select the HDMI 2 Video input source
  9. [Remote Pairing Function] Pairs the remote with the projector.
    NOTE: Re-pairing may be required from time to time, or after batteries have been changed in the remote. Completed remote pairing instructions are available in the Pairing the Remote help article.
  10. [Remote Status Light] Displays remote usage information.

Included in the Box

  • USB-C Charge/Video Cable
  • HDMI Cable
  • Micro HDMI Adapter
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Remote
  • AC Adapter/Charger
  • Projector Drawstring Pouch

Connect Your Device

iPhone/iPad - HDMI Connection

To connect your iPhone or iPad you will need an Apple Digital AV Adapter (sold separately) and an HDMI cable (included in the box).


MacBook Pro or MacBook - USB-C Connection

To connect your MacBook to a Miroir projector, you will need the USB-C Video/Charge cable (included in the box). IMPORTANT: Not all USB-C cables will support video. The USB-C cable that comes with the projector will support video and charging.


For information on connecting other common source devices, see the What do I need to connect? help article.


The image is not square

  • Check that the projector's lens is parallel to your projection surface and that your projection surface is flat.

No sound

  • Check the volume control on your source device to ensure the volume is turned up.
  • Check the volume control on the projector to ensure the volume is turned up.
  • If you are using an adapter, verify that the adapter supports audio.
  • Check that the HDMI cable is fully plugged into the HDMI port.

No signal message

  • Check that you are using the required cable and/or adapter.
  • If you are using a digital AV adapter, check that the adapter is an authentic Apple adapter and is compatible with your model phone or tablet.
  • If you are connecting via USB-C, check that you are using the USB-C video cable that came with the projector – this cable is labeled “USB-C Video Connector.” Some USB-C cables do not support video.
  • If you are connected to a laptop or computer, check your computer display settings to ensure a multiple display option is selected (such as “duplicate these displays”).
  • Check that your source device supports HDMI video out or USB-C video out.

Still having trouble? More troubleshooting information for the "No Signal" error message is available in the "No Signal" or No Image from the Projector help article.

Projector will not power on, or stay power on

  • Check the battery life of the projector. If one or fewer lights are illuminated, charge the battery with the USB – C cable and your MacBook USB – C power adapter, or the AC Power Adapter included with the projector.

Still having trouble? More troubleshooting information for power or battery issues available in the Unexpected Power Offs and Troubleshooting Power Issues help article.

The image is blurry

  • Press the motorized focus buttons on the remote, or side of the projector to focus the image.
  • Check that the surface you are projecting on is smooth and non-reflective.

Still having trouble? More troubleshooting information available in the The projected image is blurry help article.