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Audio Visual Training

University Center

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Black Box Equipment in class

University Center

LCD Projector/Built In ScreenLaptop Connection (VGA Cord)Control PanelBlack Box (DVD/VCR inside)

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Turning on A/v System

University Center

Use the key provided

by the University Center front desk to unlock the black box.

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Turning on A/v System

University Center

Once the black box is open, pull out the drawer located inside and you’ll find a VGA cord, plug it into your laptop.If you have a Mac laptop use your VGA adapter.

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Turning on A/v System

University Center

*Turn Master Switch on inside the black box.

*Master Switch will light up red if it is in the ON position.

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Turning on A/v System

University Center

Press the “ON” button located on the top left hand side of the control panel and the projector will begin turning on.

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Projecting a laptop

University Center

Once the projector is completely on, press the “PC” button on the control panel and your laptop will project onto the screen.

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Projecting a Laptop

University Center

If your PC laptop does not project onto the screen, press and hold the “FN” key located on the bottom left hand side of your laptop’s keyboard.

While holding the “FN” key press the “F8” key if you have a Dell laptop.“ F4” key if you have an HP laptop.or“F5” key if you have a Toshiba/Sony laptop.Then release them both at the same time.

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Projecting a laptop

University Center

If your Mac laptop does not display go into your System Preferences and double click “Displays”. When Display window opens, click “Detect Displays”.Then click on the “Arrangements” tab.After Arrangement Tab opens check the box in the bottom left hand corner that says “Mirror Displays”.

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Projecting a Laptop

University Center

To adjust the volume coming from your *laptop press the “VOL +” and “VOL –” buttons on the right hand side of the control panel.

*Please note, volume must also be turned up on your laptop to receive sound.

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Projecting a DVD

University Center

To play a DVD, turn on your DVD/VCR combo player by pressing the “Power” button on the bottom left hand corner of the player.

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Projecting a DVD

University Center

Press the Eject button next to the DVD player to open it. Place DVD in player with label up. Push the

Eject button again to close and load the DVD player.

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Projecting a DVD

University Center

Press the “DVD” button on the right hand side of the control panel to have projector display the DVD player.

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Projecting a DVD

University Center

There are 3 ways to control your DVD:

Use control buttons located on the bottom of Control Panel.2. Use control buttons located on the DVD player itself.3.Use the remote located in the Black Box drawer if there is a menu you need to navigate through.

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Playing a DVD

University Center

To adjust the volume coming from the DVD press the

“VOL +” and “VOL –” buttons on the right hand side of the Control

P

anel.

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Playing a DVD

University Center

To stop the DVD press the STOP button located on the bottom left hand corner of the DVD player.

Press the “Eject” button to retrieve your DVD.

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Projecting a VHS

University Center

To play a VHS, turn on your DVD/VCR combo player by pressing the “Power” button on the bottom left hand corner of the player.

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Projecting a VHS

University Center

Put your VHS tape into the slot on the right hand side of the player.

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Projecting a VHS

University Center

Press the “VCR” button on the left hand side of the control panel to have projector display the VHS tape.

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Projecting a VHS

University Center

There are 3 ways to control your VHS:

Use control buttons located on the bottom of Control Panel.2. Use control buttons located on the VCR player itself3.Use the remote located in the Black Box drawer.

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Projecting a VHS

University Center

To adjust the volume coming from the VHS press the

“VOL +” and “VOL –” buttons on the right hand side of the control panel.

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Projecting a VHS

University Center

To stop the VHS press the STOP button located on the bottom left hand corner of the VCR.

Press the “Eject” button to retrieve your VHS.

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Turning oFF the A/v System

University Center

To turn off the A/V System press the “OFF” button located on the top left hand corner of the control panel twice.

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Turning oFF the A/v System

University Center

Turn off your laptop, disconnect it from the VGA cord and you have completed shutting down the A/V system.

Please place back all items removed from the drawer.(remotes, VGA cord, etc).

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Turning OFF A/v System

University Center

Lock

the Black Box and return the key to the University Center front desk.

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Audio Visual Contact info

University Center

Office Phone: Ext. 76120 Office Email: avt@kean.edu Office Location: Technology Building Room 110 Office Website: http://www.kean.edu/~avt/

This presentation was created by Katherine

Roba

kroba@kean.edu

~ 908 737 6122


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