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# Push up the fader located underneath the Aux Knob
 
# Push up the fader located underneath the Aux Knob
 
# Push up the Main Volume fader
 
# Push up the Main Volume fader
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===Select Your VIDEO Source===
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# Use the Projector Remote to turn on the Projector
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# Laptop:
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* Press Computer on the Projector Remote
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* Plug your laptop into the VGA connector located at the bottom of the rack
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# VHS or DVD
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* Press VIDEO/S-VIDEO on the Projector Remote
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* Select VHS or DVD on the video switcher located in the rack
  
 
===Microphone===
 
===Microphone===

Revision as of 10:12, 18 April 2014

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This is one of the main dance and performance studios in the communications building. It has a simple AV rack for audio playback. The Video Projector is not yet installed.

Power

  1. Turn ON the Main Power to the rack, big orange switch on the top right of the rack.

Select Your AUDIO Source

Using the Auxiliary knob, select between the following sources:

  1. Aux 1 = DVD
  2. Aux 2 = VHS
  3. Aux 3 = Cassette
  4. Aux 4 = Front Panel Input
  5. Aux 5 = Stereo mini cable for laptop or other devices

Volume

  1. Push up the fader located underneath the Aux Knob
  2. Push up the Main Volume fader

Select Your VIDEO Source

  1. Use the Projector Remote to turn on the Projector
  2. Laptop:
  • Press Computer on the Projector Remote
  • Plug your laptop into the VGA connector located at the bottom of the rack
  1. VHS or DVD
  • Press VIDEO/S-VIDEO on the Projector Remote
  • Select VHS or DVD on the video switcher located in the rack

Microphone

  1. Plug in a microphone to the MIC 1 input panel located on the bottom left of the rack
  2. Push up the MIC 1 fader to control the volume of the Mic (go slowly to avoid feedback through the speakers and do not point the microphone at the speakers)
  3. Push up the Main Volume fader