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Turning on the Projector

  1. Locate the control panel, it will either look like picture A or B.
    1. Press black button labeled “power”. This should turn on the projector and lower the screen.
      Projector type 1 turn on screenshot
    2. Press “Quick Start” on the left and then choose which content you wish to display. (PC, HDMI/VGA for Laptop, Doc Cam, Blu-Ray)
      Projector type 2 turn on screenshot

Switching Content on the Projector

  1. Locate the control panel, it will either look like picture A or B.
    1. Press the button labeled with the content you wish to display. (PC, HDMI/VGA for Laptop, Doc Cam, Blu-Ray)
      Projector type 1 switch content screenshot
    2. Press “quick start” on the left and then choose which content you wish to display (PC, HDMI/VGA for Laptop, Doc Cam, Blu-Ray).
      Projector type 2 switch content screenshot

Adjusting Volume

  1. Locate the control panel, it will either look like picture A or B.
    1. Press and hold the + or – button on the volume button. This will adjust the volume of the speakers in the room (affects all volume including microphone, PC, laptop, etc)

      A/V Mute
      Press A/V Mute to mute audio and hide the projector image. If sound is not working, check to see if this button is toggled
      Projector type 1 switch volume screenshot
    2. Press the volume tab on the right or left side of the Touch Panel and adjust using the arrows on the screen

      A/V Mute
      Press A/V Mute to mute audio and hide the projector image. If sound is not working, check to see if this button is toggled. If the Mute button is turn on it will be green.
      Projector type 1 switch volume screenshot

Adjusting Volume on PC

  1. Find the volume controls on the bottom right of the task bar and drag the slider.
  2. The text should display DVX as the source.
    Adjusting volume on PC screenshot