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'''Using the Media Equipment'''<br>
 
'''Using the Media Equipment'''<br>
  
You can project from the desktop computer, laptop, document camera, and watch DVDs, VHS and BluRay discs. You can also hook up extra pieces of media equipment like a laser disk player or camera etc. <br>Press the screen of the touch panel firmly until it lights up, touch again firmly where indicated to go to the home screen. There is a 60 second delay to allow the projector to warm up. During this warm up time, the projector cannot be used. <br>
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You can project from the desktop computer, laptop, project wirelessly from a Mac laptop using Apple TV, the document camera, and watch Blu-ray and DVDs, and VHS. You can also hook up extra pieces of media equipment like a laser disk player or camera etc.  
  
'''Lights'''<br>You can control the lights from the touch panel, on and off and there are three settings: full, note taking, and video. <br>Screen Control<br>Press the Screen Control button then you can choose if you want to project the image in a Wide screen, 16:9 format or in Normal screen, 4:3. <br>
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'''Turn the System On'''
  
'''Projecting from the Desktop computer'''<br>• On the main page of the touch panel, touch Installed Comp. <br>• Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image. <br>• You can use a flash drive with your information. The USB port is on the right side of the podium with a white cover labeled USB JACK or also on the left side of the monitor.<br>
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Press the Start icon to go to the home screen. There is a 60 second delay to allow the projector to warm up. During this warm up time, the projector cannot be used. <br>
  
'''Projecting from a Laptop '''<br>• Connect the VGA cable to the port on your laptop<br>• One the Main page of the touch panel, push Laptop<br>• Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image. <br>• Turn your computer on.<br>• Ideal resolution for this projector is 1280 x 800
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'''Lights'''
  
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You can control the lights from the touch panel, on and off and there are three settings: full, medium, and video.
  
'''Document Camera'''
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'''Screen Control'''
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Press the Screen Control button then you can choose which screen you want to raise or lower. <br>
  
• On the Main page of the touch panel, touch Doc Cam, this will turn on the projector and lower the middle screen. <br>• Turn on the Document Camera. You can pan, zoom, and move the zoomed image left, right, up, and down. <br>• Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image.
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'''Projecting from the Desktop computer'''
  
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* Press the PC icon at the top of the touch panel
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* Choose which projector you want to send it to, Center or Side
  
'''Playing BluRay '''<br>• On the Main page of the touch panel, touch BluRay DVD, this will turn on the projector and lower the middle screen.<br>• Power on the BluRay player and insert a disc. <br>• You can control the BluRay player from the touch panel including play, pause, and previous chapter, scan reverse, stop/eject, rewind, scan forward, next chapter, and DVD Menu. Use the arrow buttons to navigate menus. <br>• Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image.
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'''Projecting from a Laptop '''
  
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* Press Laptop VGA or Laptop HDMI icon on the touch panel and connect the appropriate cable to your computer. If you have a Mac and you are using VGA, you will need an adapter. 
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* Choose which projector you want to send it to, Center or Side
  
'''Playing a VHS'''<br>• On the main page of the touch panel, touch DVD/VCR Combo <br>• On this screen you will need to select your source, DVD or VCR<br>• Power on the combo player, select VCR&nbsp;or DVD and insert your tape or disc.<br>• You can control the DVD/VHS player from the touch panel including play, stop, scan reverse, scan forward, and pause. Use the arrow buttons to navigate menus. <br>• Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image.
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'''Projecting from Apple TV'''
  
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* Press the Apple TV Mac icon on the touch panel
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* Choose which projector you want to send it to, Center or Side
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* Click the AirPlay icon and choose MBH 220. 
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* Enter the 4 digit code that appears on the projector screen. 
  
'''AUX Sources'''
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'''Document Camera'''
  
This is where you can connect an extra piece of equipment such as a VCR or DVD player, camera, etc.
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* Press Doc Cam at the top on the right of the touch panel. 
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* Choose the projector you want to send it to, Center or Side. Power on the Document Camera.   
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* The Source button should be green for Presenter.  You may need to turn the lights down in the room and turn the lamp on the Document Camera on. 
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* If the image is too bright or too dark press the Auto White Balance (AWB) or F18 button. 
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* If the image is out of focus, press the Tele or Wide buttons to zoom in or out, the camera will also auto focus.
  
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'''Playing BluRay '''
  
'''Blanking the Screen'''
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* Press the Blu-ray icon at the top of the touch panel
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* Power on the Blu-ray player and in insert your disc, you will have full control of the Blu-ray player from the touch panel.
  
If you want to blank the screen again, press Blank the Projector, you have to press this very firmly, you will hear a beep and the button must turn gray with red lettering. If you are switching between sources, ie. Computer and DVD, the screen will stay on the first source until you push the Show on the Projector button, then it will switch to the new source.
 
  
 
'''Please remember to shut all equipment off. Touch the red Shut System Down button on the touch panel, and touch red System Off. <br>'''<br>
 
'''Please remember to shut all equipment off. Touch the red Shut System Down button on the touch panel, and touch red System Off. <br>'''<br>
  
 
'''For troubleshooting tips go to [[Projecting_from_your_Laptop_Computer#What_to_do_if_Your_Computer_doesn.27t_project|go/troubleshoot]]'''
 
'''For troubleshooting tips go to [[Projecting_from_your_Laptop_Computer#What_to_do_if_Your_Computer_doesn.27t_project|go/troubleshoot]]'''

Revision as of 16:51, 5 January 2017

Using the Media Equipment

You can project from the desktop computer, laptop, project wirelessly from a Mac laptop using Apple TV, the document camera, and watch Blu-ray and DVDs, and VHS. You can also hook up extra pieces of media equipment like a laser disk player or camera etc.

Turn the System On

Press the Start icon to go to the home screen. There is a 60 second delay to allow the projector to warm up. During this warm up time, the projector cannot be used.

Lights

You can control the lights from the touch panel, on and off and there are three settings: full, medium, and video.

Screen Control

Press the Screen Control button then you can choose which screen you want to raise or lower.

Projecting from the Desktop computer

  • Press the PC icon at the top of the touch panel
  • Choose which projector you want to send it to, Center or Side

Projecting from a Laptop

  • Press Laptop VGA or Laptop HDMI icon on the touch panel and connect the appropriate cable to your computer. If you have a Mac and you are using VGA, you will need an adapter.
  • Choose which projector you want to send it to, Center or Side

Projecting from Apple TV

  • Press the Apple TV Mac icon on the touch panel
  • Choose which projector you want to send it to, Center or Side
  • Click the AirPlay icon and choose MBH 220.
  • Enter the 4 digit code that appears on the projector screen.

Document Camera

  • Press Doc Cam at the top on the right of the touch panel.
  • Choose the projector you want to send it to, Center or Side. Power on the Document Camera.
  • The Source button should be green for Presenter. You may need to turn the lights down in the room and turn the lamp on the Document Camera on.
  • If the image is too bright or too dark press the Auto White Balance (AWB) or F18 button.
  • If the image is out of focus, press the Tele or Wide buttons to zoom in or out, the camera will also auto focus.

Playing BluRay

  • Press the Blu-ray icon at the top of the touch panel
  • Power on the Blu-ray player and in insert your disc, you will have full control of the Blu-ray player from the touch panel.


Please remember to shut all equipment off. Touch the red Shut System Down button on the touch panel, and touch red System Off.

For troubleshooting tips go to go/troubleshoot