Auer Hall Technology Instructions

Auer Hall Technology Instructions
Auer Hall Technology Instructions
Using the projector
1. The equipment rack with a Crestron touch panel and other equipment (PC, Blu-Ray and microphones)
are located behind the door on stage.
Equipment rack with touch panel, PC,
blu-ray and microphones
2. A Crestron touch panel is also located on the roll top desk and the podium (located backstage) for
laptop connections. VGA Only – Mac users must provide own display port to VGA adapter.
3. At either location (stage or desk), tap the Crestron touch panel to power on all the equipment
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Auer Hall Technology Instructions
4. Once the equipment is ready to use, you will see the following screen. Choose the source you want to
use.
Blank – turns off the projector
PC – using the built in PC located on stage (instructions below)
Laptop – connections at the podium (instructions below)
Laptop2 – connections at the roll top desk (instructions below)
DVD – Blu-Ray player located on stage
Image Off- will allow you to play sound from any source w/o video
Using the built in PC or Blu-Ray player to project image
1. There is a PC and Blu-Ray player located in the rack behind the door on stage.
Equipment rack with touch panel, PC,
blu-ray and microphones
Built in PC: Login
with your IU
username and
password
Hit “PC” button
on Crestron
touch panel
Blu-Ray player
Hit “DVD”
button on
Crestron touch
panel
Using the laptop connection located at the roll top desk
1. Connect your laptop to the provided VGA and sound cable. Choose Laptop2 on the touch panel for
your source.
VGA Only – Mac users must provide own display port to VGA adapter.
For Mac users: If the image is not displaying on the projector screen, unplug the display port adapter
and plug it back in to your laptop.
Sound cable
VGA Connection
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Using the podium to project an image from a laptop
1. The podium is located backstage. VGA Only – Mac users must provide own display port to VGA
adapter.
2. Plug in the provided cable (located inside the podium) into the side of the podium and the other end
on stage. Make sure that white is plugged into the white connection and yellow is plugged into yellow.
You should hear a click when plugging in the cable to the podium and the floor box.
White
White end of cable (top)
Power
Yellow
Power
Yellow end of cable (bottom)
To unhook cables,
press clip at each
connection to
release
VGA connector and
sound cable located on
the podium
3. Choose Laptop as your source on the touch panel to project to the screen. If you do not see an image,
just remove the cable from the side of the podium and plug it back in.
For Mac users: If the image is not displaying on the projector screen, unplug the display port adapter
and plug it back in to your laptop.
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Auer Hall Technology Instructions
Using the microphones:
1. Tap the Crestron touch panel located behind the door on stage to turn on the equipment
2. If you only want to use the microphones and not project any image, choose “Blank” as the source and
“Mute” on the touch panel.
3. You will find a handheld and lavalier microphone located in the accessories drawer on the rack located on
stage.
Handheld Microphone
Lavalier Microphone
ON/OFF Button Location
ON/OFF Button Location
4. Make sure that the microphone you will not be using is turned OFF.
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Auer Hall Technology Instructions
5. Turn ON the microphone you will be using.
6. Check to make sure the battery is fully charged (3 bars). Two bars may be acceptable. If not, replace the
battery.
Battery Life
Battery Life
7. The volume of the microphone should be set to the blue arrow mark point on the Shure mixer. Turn the
Master knob on the right side of the mixer clockwise to the blue arrow point.
Master Knob
8. Hold the handheld microphone an inch away from the mouth for ideal speech amplification. Clip the lavalier
close to the mouth, approximately 2-3 inches away on the shirt collar.
9.
When you are finished, turn OFF the microphone and turn the Master knob on the right side of the mixer
fully counter-clockwise.
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