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Need help? AV classroom support ext. 6270.
  
 
===LAPTOP: (You may play a DVD through your laptop.)===
 
===LAPTOP: (You may play a DVD through your laptop.)===
#Lower projection screen using the Projector Screen switch. (Figure 2)
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#Lower the projection screen using the '''Projector Screen''' switch. (Figure 2)
#Press the ON button to turn on the Data Projector.  Projector will take 30 seconds to warm up.  ON button will stop blinking when Projector is ready. (Figure 2)
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#Press the '''ON''' button to turn on the Data Projector.  Projector will take 30 seconds to warm up.  The '''ON''' button will stop blinking when projector is ready. (Figure 2)
#Select PC. (Figure 2)
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#Press the '''PC''' button. (Figure 2)
#Insert VGA cable from laptop into computer Input Jack. Insert audio cable into the Audio Input. (Figure 1)
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#Insert the VGA cable from laptop into computer Input Jack. Insert audio cable into the Audio Input. (Figure 1)
#Turn On your Laptop.
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#Turn on your laptop.
#Use the Volume knob to adjust audio levels. (Figure 2)
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#Use the '''Volume''' knob to adjust audio levels. (Figure 2)
  
==VCR/DVD:==
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==VCR/DVD==
#Using an RCA cable, connect the video and audio outputs of the VCR/DVD player to the 'Video', 'Left Audio' and 'Right Audio' inputs on the panel. (Figure 1)  
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# Using an RCA cable, connect the video and audio outputs of the VCR/DVD player to the '''Video''', '''Left Audio''' and '''Right Audio''' inputs on the panel. (Figure 1)  
#Press video toggle on (Figure 2).
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# Press the '''Video''' button  (Figure 2).
  
 
==Microphones:==
 
==Microphones:==
  
====Wired Microphone(’s):====
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====Wired Microphones====
#Connect XLR cable into either input,  Mic 1 or Mic 2. (Figure 1)
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#Connect an XLR cable into either input,  '''Mic 1''' or '''Mic 2'''. (Figure 1)
#Connect microphone into other end of the XLR cable.
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#Connect a microphone into other end of the XLR cable.
#Adjust volume using the trim knobs above the mic inputs, (Figure 1)
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#Adjust the volume by using the '''trim''' knobs above the mic inputs, (Figure 1)
#Additional volume can be controlled from the other panel’s volume control. (Figure 2)
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#Additional volume can be controlled from the other panel’s '''volume''' control. (Figure 2)
  
====Wireless Microphone(’s):<span style="color:#FFD700">This side is YELLOW</span>====
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====Wireless Microphone’s-<span style="color:#FFD700">This side is YELLOW</span>====
'''The Longhouse wireless microphones can be checked out from Media Loan (Faculty only).'''
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* The Longhouse wireless microphones can be checked out from Media Loan (Faculty only).
'''There are two microphones, one for each room. The microphone with yellow tape only works in 1007A.'''
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* There are two microphones, one for each room. The microphone with yellow tape only works in 1007A.
'''The microphone with red tape works in 1007B or can be combined to have audio in both rooms (see ‘combining’).'''
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* The microphone with red tape works in 1007B or can be combined to have audio in both rooms (see ‘combining’).
# power on the microphone by holding down the red button on the bottom of the microphone.
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# To turn on the microphone hold down the red button on the bottom of the microphone.
 
# The “Mic” button on the side of the microphone is a mute switch. when illuminated red, the mic is on.
 
# The “Mic” button on the side of the microphone is a mute switch. when illuminated red, the mic is on.
# Volume can be controlled using the volume toggle on panel. (Figure 2)
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# The volume can be controlled using the '''volume''' knob on panel. (Figure 2)
  
 
==Combining==
 
==Combining==
'''(If you are using 1007A and 1007B as a single room, the combine switch must be set to ‘Combined’.'''  
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* If you are using 1007A and 1007B as a single room, the combine switch must be set to '''Combined'''.
'''Contact Electronic for assistance. X6270. )''' 
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* There is a switch in the 1007B side that you can adjust to combine or separate your signal.
  
 
====Dual Projection:====
 
====Dual Projection:====
#Connect VGA cable from 1007B (The side with the combine switch) into your laptop. (Dual screen will not work if you are using the VGA cable in 1007A). (Figure 1)
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# Connect the VGA cable from 1007B (The side with the combine switch) into your laptop. (Dual screen will not work if you are using the VGA cable in 1007A). (Figure 1)
#On the panels In Both Rooms select the “PC” inputs. (Figure 2)
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# On the panels In both rooms select the '''PC''' inputs. (Figure 2)
  
 
====Dual Room Wired Microphone:====
 
====Dual Room Wired Microphone:====
*follow the same steps as a single room wired mic.  
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* Follow the same steps as a single room wired mic.  
'''You must connect the mic into the panel in 1007B (The side with the combine switch).'''
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* You must connect the mic into the panel in 1007B (The side with the combine switch).
  
 
====Dual Room Wireless Microphone:====
 
====Dual Room Wireless Microphone:====
*Follow the same steps as a single room wireless microphone.  
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* Follow the same steps as a single room wireless microphone.  
'''You must use the wireless mic labled B. <span style="color:#FF0000"> RED TAPED MICROPHONE </span>'''
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* You must use the wireless mic labled B. <span style="color:#FF0000"> RED TAPED MICROPHONE </span>

Latest revision as of 08:32, 15 November 2019


Please note: this page is in need of updating, and on our list. The AV system has been updated.LCC.pdf


Need help? AV classroom support ext. 6270.

LAPTOP: (You may play a DVD through your laptop.)

  1. Lower the projection screen using the Projector Screen switch. (Figure 2)
  2. Press the ON button to turn on the Data Projector. Projector will take 30 seconds to warm up. The ON button will stop blinking when projector is ready. (Figure 2)
  3. Press the PC button. (Figure 2)
  4. Insert the VGA cable from laptop into computer Input Jack. Insert audio cable into the Audio Input. (Figure 1)
  5. Turn on your laptop.
  6. Use the Volume knob to adjust audio levels. (Figure 2)

VCR/DVD

  1. Using an RCA cable, connect the video and audio outputs of the VCR/DVD player to the Video, Left Audio and Right Audio inputs on the panel. (Figure 1)
  2. Press the Video button (Figure 2).

Microphones:

Wired Microphones

  1. Connect an XLR cable into either input, Mic 1 or Mic 2. (Figure 1)
  2. Connect a microphone into other end of the XLR cable.
  3. Adjust the volume by using the trim knobs above the mic inputs, (Figure 1)
  4. Additional volume can be controlled from the other panel’s volume control. (Figure 2)

Wireless Microphone’s-This side is YELLOW

  • The Longhouse wireless microphones can be checked out from Media Loan (Faculty only).
  • There are two microphones, one for each room. The microphone with yellow tape only works in 1007A.
  • The microphone with red tape works in 1007B or can be combined to have audio in both rooms (see ‘combining’).
  1. To turn on the microphone hold down the red button on the bottom of the microphone.
  2. The “Mic” button on the side of the microphone is a mute switch. when illuminated red, the mic is on.
  3. The volume can be controlled using the volume knob on panel. (Figure 2)

Combining

  • If you are using 1007A and 1007B as a single room, the combine switch must be set to Combined.
  • There is a switch in the 1007B side that you can adjust to combine or separate your signal.

Dual Projection:

  1. Connect the VGA cable from 1007B (The side with the combine switch) into your laptop. (Dual screen will not work if you are using the VGA cable in 1007A). (Figure 1)
  2. On the panels In both rooms select the PC inputs. (Figure 2)

Dual Room Wired Microphone:

  • Follow the same steps as a single room wired mic.
  • You must connect the mic into the panel in 1007B (The side with the combine switch).

Dual Room Wireless Microphone:

  • Follow the same steps as a single room wireless microphone.
  • You must use the wireless mic labled B. RED TAPED MICROPHONE