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 ====== Front Projector ====== ====== Front Projector ======
-{{ :proj_remote.png?direct&400|}} +{{ :20170724_214137.jpg?direct&200|}}The front projector looks complicated with all the wires laying around, but once you know how to turn it on, you'll see it's pretty simple. Just do the following steps based on whether you have HDMI or VGA. 
-The front projector looks complicated with all the wires laying around, but once you know how to turn it on, you'll see it's pretty simple. Just do the following steps.+===== HDMI ===== 
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 +Most devices use HDMI, which will do video and audio.  This is the best way to use.
   - Pull down the projector screen on front wall.   - Pull down the projector screen on front wall.
   - Connect the HDMI cable near the vertical post into your laptop/macbook.   - Connect the HDMI cable near the vertical post into your laptop/macbook.
   - Point remote to the projector and press the "On" button (blue button).   - Point remote to the projector and press the "On" button (blue button).
   - Once you see the projector come on and show the instruction screen, press the red button (Standby) which will look for valid inputs and will switch to your device.   - Once you see the projector come on and show the instruction screen, press the red button (Standby) which will look for valid inputs and will switch to your device.
 +===== VGA ===== 
 +If your device doesn't have an HDMI port, follow these instructions to connect via VGA port: 
 +  - Pull down the projector screen on front wall. 
 +  - Follow the HDMI cable until you see the HDMI to VGA adapter. Remove the VGA cable from this adapter and connect it to your device. 
 +  - Also remove the audio cable from the adapter and connect to your device. 
 +  - Point remote to the projector and press the "On" button (blue button). 
 +  - Once you see the projector come on and show the instruction screen, press the red button (Standby) which will look for valid inputs and will switch to your device. 
 +===== Sound Bar ===== 
 +Hopefully, the audio (if needed) will work directly with the instructions below. If not, check the following: 
 +  - The soundbar should have a blue LED on which signifies it is on.  If not, use the remote to turn it on. 
 +  - It might be on a different audio input, so press the L1/L2 button on the remote a few times to see if it makes a difference. 
 +  - Check to make sure the audio cable is in the HDMI adapter if you are using HDMI, or in your device if you are using  VGA.