Set up your Samsung Premiere Projector

Last Update date : Feb 14. 2022

Create the ultimate big-picture experience with The Premiere Smart Projector. The Premiere has been designed to bring you a big-picture experience – without the need for a screen. It can sit just 30 cm away from the wall to give you a massive screen area up to 100 inches – the perfect size for an epic movie night.

Follow the steps below to learn how to set up your The Premiere Projector.

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The Premiere

 Note: Install the projector horizontally on a flat surface to prevent it from being tilted. When the screen and the projector are not aligned horizontally and vertically or the screen is curved, the display may get distorted.

Setting up the Projector
1 Place the projector at an appropriate distance from the screen to be projected, connect with the power cable and then turn it on.

When you turn on your Projector for the first time, it immediately starts the Initial Setup. Follow the instructions displayed on the screen and configure the Projector's basic settings to suit your viewing environment.

  • You can turn on the Projector with the power button at the rear of the Projector and then use the Control menu. The Control menu appears when the power button is pressed while the Projector is On. 
  • When the screen looks skewed or blurred, adjust the display settings by following the next instruction.
Connect projector to power
2 Adjust the angle by moving the projector left or right or adjust the angle adjusting tilt-adjustment foot at the bottom to make the screen to be rectangular.
adjust angle of projector
3 Move the projector forward or backward to adjust the projection distance for a desired screen size.

  • When the projected screen is unclear, adjust in Settings > General > Projector Settings > Focus
  • When the projected screen is not a right angle, adjust in Projector Settings > Screen Adjustment. In this case, the screen resolution may decrease
moving projector forwards and backwards
Finding the Best Placement

Image Size and Projection Distance

Use the measurements below as a guide on what screen size may suit your liking. The screen sizes for each projection distance may differ depending on the installation environment.

Size projection

The letters in the image represent the:

  • A = Projector's distance from the wall
  • B = Height of the display above the projector
  • C = Size of the projection diagonally

For model SP-LSP7T*A

Device List

C (Size of Projection Diagonally)

A (Distance from Wall)

B (Height of Display above Projector)

90 inches (228.6 cm)

24.7 cm

  • 34.9 cm

100 inches (254.0 cm)

30.3 cm

  • 37.9 cm

110 inches (279.4 cm)

35.9 cm

  • 40.9 cm

120 inches (304.8 cm)

41.5 cm

  • 43.9 cm

For model SP-LSP9T*A

Device List

C (Size of Projection Diagonally)

A (Distance from Wall)

B (Height of Display above Projector)

100 inches (254.0 cm)

11.3 cm

  • 35.1 cm

110 inches (279.4 cm)

15.4 cm

  • 37.6 cm

120 inches (304.8 cm)

19.6 cm

  • 40.1 cm

130 inches (330.2 cm)

23.8 cm

  • 42.6 cm
Pairing the Remote

When you turn on the Projector for the first time, the Samsung Smart Remote pairs to the Projector automatically.

If the Samsung Smart Remote does not pair to the Projector automatically, point it at the remote control sensor of the Projector and then press and hold the buttons labelled simultaneously for 3 seconds or more.


If you require further assistance, please consult the user manual from our Manuals & Downloads page or contact our Samsung Care Australia experts on 1300 362 603 (Toll Free in Australia). You can also contact our Chat Support team or reach us through Samsung Members Community

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