My system version shows GMUI V1.1.0.
Sorry but it sounds like you wanted to be critical of the H1 from the start given the excessive number of problems you claim to have.
Originally Posted by RoNNy379CH
Im searching a perfect portable unit.
i got my H1 last Thursday. Its definitely not the best projector.
The worst thing is.......it have micro stuttering on all inputs or media files. It make no different in kodi or the internal media player.
If i connect my OPPO 105D or my PS4 pro i got the same thing.
This is a no go. I am on FW 1.1 EN. What FW version have your device?
It's probably your system setup, you installed too many things or you're trying to run too many things on it at the same time.
My H1 runs wireless on the second floor streaming an 11gb x264 file with no problems.
Youtube runs flawlessly for me. I'm not running Kodi because at this point I don't need it. The software on the H1 is more than enough.
I like the fact that I can switch the screen off while still playing video or music. That is pretty awesome especially if I only want to listen to a youtube playlist.
The lens producing a very unsharp picture at all.
On the projected image one side is sharp, the other is blurry, even in in perfect 90 degrees trow angle.
Have you handled a projector before? This thing was designed to be placed even at an angle that's not parallel to the screen. It even offers 2 settings so that if you have 2 permanent places to place this projector upstairs and downstairs then you simply switch between them based on their positions and the settings you set them to. If it's not sharp then you're not projecting right.
I can see a small hair inside the lens too.
Use a DSLR blower and blow it out.
The black level is not so good as my LG PF1500US or my Optoma ML750ST or my older Mitsubishi HC1500, HC3100 and HC4000
Black levels are as good as the screen or wall that you project videos on. It is better than the Epson 5300, a projector that I was planning on buying. I did not look at the LG because it's $300 more expensive. I like it, but I don't think I should have to pay $1000 for a projector.
The internal speakers sounds good colors are slight reddish over saturated, the build quality of the housing and the remote controller are fine.
I rate the speakers OK on this projector only because I'm obsessed with audio quality and that a movie theater experience should really be a 5.1 or 7.1 setup, but they are excellent particularly the bass. Now that I've tested it with audio files, it is way better than any projector out there with built-in speakers. For a portable projector what could be better? Think about what it was designed for.
But this micro stuttering iss absolutely awful. My LG PF1500US make a better job on this.
You need to check what you're installing on the projector. It sounds like some people are putting a lot of stuff like Kodi when the manufacturer has already developed an interface program to handle media. This is not a PC where you can install as many programs as you like. That's why it has 2 HDMI inputs in case you do want to use a PC or a dedicated media player to do all the extra stuff.