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Musser 105, 108
Technology instructions for Musser 105. If you experience any problems, call ext. 3333 or e-mail the Help Desk at mediaservices@etown.edu. Please visit our Web site at http://www.etown.edu/ITS
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Using the Podium Computer       Using the Document Camera       Using a Laptop Computer 
Using the DVD Player  Turning Off the Projector   




Using the Podium Computer

Step 1: Press anywhere on the touch panel to turn on the panel screen.  Step 2: Press the Computer option. The projector will automatically turn on. 
Touch Computer Note: Wait a few moments for the projector to warm up. 
Step 3: Press the Power button on the front of the computer and monitor if not already on. Log on with your network username and password.  Step 4: The computer screen image will appear on the projection screen.  Warning: The computer resets upon restart and shut down. Save your files to the network or removable media only. 


Using the Document Camera

Step 1: Press anywhere on the touch panel to turn on the panel screen.  Step 2: Select Document Camera on the panel screen. The projector will automatically turn on. 

Note: Wait a few moments for the projector to warm up. 
Step 3: Press the red Power button on the doc cam to turn it on. Doc Cam will appear on screen. It if doesn't, press the CAM/PC1/PC2 button on the doc cam to switch inputs. 
Doc Cam

Using a Laptop Computer 
Note: It is recommended that you register your laptop on the college network to ensure better connectivity. 

Step 1: Begin with the laptop turned off in order to connect.  Step 2: The cables are located on the table next to the monitor. Connect the VGA cable to the blue port on the laptop, the Ethernet cable to the network jack, and the audio sound cable to the headphone jack on your laptop. You may also just use the HDMI cable and Ethernet cable. 

Laptop Cables
Step 3: If you used the VGA cable, touch Laptop VGA on the touch panel. If you used HDMI, touch Laptop HDMI on the touch panel. The projector will automatically turn on. 

Note: Wait a few moments for the projector to warm up. 
Step 4: Turn on the laptop by pressing its Power button. If you need power, plug your power adapter into the power outlet on the wall. 

Using the Blu-Ray DVD Player

Step 1: Press anywhere on the touch panel to turn on the panel screen.  Step 2: Turn on the Onkyo Blu-Ray DVD player. Press Blu-Ray on the touch panel. The projector will automatically turn on.

Note: Wait a few moments for the projector to warm up. 
Step 3: Place a DVD in the Blu-Ray player. 
Step 4: Use the buttons on the touch panel to control the media. The volume buttons are located at the right side of the screen.  Step 5: Make sure the Mute button is not turned on. 

Properly Turning Off the Projector

Step 1: Touch the Power button on the touch panel. You will be prompted, "Are you sure you are ready to power off the system?" Touch Yes, Shutdown System
Yes, Shutdown System
Step 2: Turn the computer off by clicking the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen, then select Shutdown. Choose Shutdown in the dialog box and click OK Step 3: If you want to turn on the projector again, give the machine several minutes to cool down before restarting.  Warning: Do not turn off the surge protector. 

Make sure that the projector is turned off because it is very expensive to replace the bulb. 


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