1. Located in the podium keyboard tray you will find a NEC Remote for use with the NEC LCD projector.
-Turn ON the Projector using the Black and Green power button located in the upper right hand corner of the remote (must hold button down for 4 seconds minimum).
-Select Computer 1 for the internal Computer.
-Select Computer 2 for the Notebook.
-Select Video for Video.
-Power Off the projector by depressing the power off button (located on the top left of the remote) twice when finished.
2. Stand directly in front or behind the projector when using the remote control. The remote will not work properly if you are positioned to the side of the projector.
3. The Internal Computer Should Remain ON At All Times.
4. To Adjust the Sound:
-To adjust All Sound, use the "Master Volume Knob" on the SCM262 Stereo Mixer, located on the right-hand side just above the computer.
-The first five knobs are preset for the channels. Do Not Adjust Them.
Internal Computer Projection
1. Computer already on
2. Turn the Projector "ON" using the remote.
3. Set the projector to "Computer 1" using the remote.
4. Turn off the projector when finished.
Notebook Computer Projection
1. Turn the Projector "ON" using the remote.
2. Set the projector to "Computer 2" using the remote.
3. Connect the Notebook to the supplied VGA Connector and Audio VGA cable on the top of the podium. There is also a network cable located there for Internet access and power outlet as well.
4. Turn on the Notebook.
5. Turn off the projector and disconnect the Notebook when finished.
VHS and DVD Projection
1. Turn the Projector "On" using the remote.
2. Set projector to "Video"using the remote.
3. Using the VCR/DVD remote select the Input you desire "VCR/DVD" on the remote or use the VCR/DVD mode selector switch on the unit.
4. Insert the Video or DVD and it should play, if not press "play" on the unit or the remote control.
5. To adjust sound, use the "Master Volume Knob" on the SCM262 stereo mixer located just above the computer.
6. Turn off the projector when finished.
1. A USB cable is provided in the aux cables for viewing your USB media.