The design of the Cyber UC46HD is predictably dissimilar to its predecessor. Essentially a diamond shape black box, the device definitely nails the projector aesthetic. There’s a subtle geometric design on the top now that looks nice and helps give the projector some modern style cred.The front of
The design of the Cyber UC46HD is predictably dissimilar to its predecessor. Essentially a diamond shape black box, the device definitely nails the projector aesthetic. There’s a subtle geometric design on the top now that looks nice and helps give the projector some modern style cred.The front of the unit features the projector lens protected by a removable rubber cap. The top of the unit has some controls for navigating the menus and controlling media playback. There’s also dials for adjusting focus and keystone correction to get the clearest picture.
All the ports are located on the right and rear of the unit. The right side features a 3.5mm audio output jack, composite video output, HDMI In, an SD card slot and two USB ports, although one can only be used for charging devices whilst the other can be used for media playback.The rear has the IR sensor and VGA port (hidden at the very bottom of the unit).
Underneath the projector, there’s a riser. It’s essentially a long screw that allows you to tilt the projector so you can easily position the projector on a table. It’s pretty handy when you can’t raise the projector high enough.
Cyber UC46HD Projector: Using It
Powering up the projector is done via the power button. It takes a few seconds to boot up before you can access the interface. There’s a quiet fan to keep the unit cool during quiet scenes.
The file browser is basic, with icons representing the content. Pausing over a video causes it to start playing. However, you have to hit the play button to actually start playing the video as pressing OK adds the video to the playlist instead.
Cyber UC46HD Projector: Image Quality
The Cyber UC46HD boasts actual 1200 lumens of brightness, The image is full HD bright and colors are vivid and Too vivid in fact, You’ll need to focus the image using the focus and keystone correction wheels to get maximum sharpness though sharpness falls off from the center of the image. Using keystone correction exacerbates this so the closer you can get the projector to level, the better the image quality.
Cyber UC46HD Projector: Audio Quality
The Cyber UC46HD also boasts on-board sound for an all-in-one setup. However, the unit’s tiny 1.5W downward-firing speaker predictably sounds hollow and bass. It’s functional but you can takes advantage of the 3.5mm output jack to connect the projector up to external speaker.
Cyber UC46HD Projector: Wireless Streaming
The biggest feature of the Cyber UC46HD is “UNi-Link”– Cyber’s Wi-Fi-based solution for streaming content straight to the projector without any wires. Miracast, DLNA and Airplay are supported, covering off the most common standards for any brand of smartphones.
After changing over to the UNi-Link input, just connect to the UNi-Link WiFi hot spot using the password displayed on the projector. Afterwards, navigate to the provided IP address and use the web-based UI to connect the projector up to your wireless network.
- Brightness 1200 ANSI Lumens
- Contrast Ratio 800:1
- Native Resolution 800*480
- Max. Resolution 1080p
- Aspect Ratio 16:9/4:3
- Keystone ±15 Degrees
- Bright Uniformity 85%
- Lamp LED
- Lamp Life 20,000 Hours
- Input AV USB SD VGA HDMI IR
- Output 3.5mm Earphone
- Power Consumption 55W
- Item Dimension 201x153x67.5mm
- N.W. 1 Kg
- Pic Distance 1.07m - 3.8m
- Accessories Power Adapter, AV cable, User’s Manual, Remote Control
- System UNIC OS
- Smartphone App. Uni-Link, Miracast, DLNA & Airplay
- Support System Android System, IOS System, Windows 8.0 and Above
- Wireless Wi-Fi 2.4G Speed