Connection & Control Box Operation Guide
How To Switch Input Sources
Part Names and Functions
[A/V Mute] button
Input source buttons
Input interface cover
Temporarily interrupts video and audio
output from the projector or speakers,
except for the [Mic] port and the [AUX In]
Turns the projector power on or off.
Configures the audio output from the
speakers when they are connected to this
Do not change this switch because the
setting was done optimally at installation.
Temporarily mutes audio signals from the
[Mic] port and the [AUX In] port. While audio
is muted, the indicator of the mute button
[Audio Mute] button
Indicates the status of the Connection &
Control Box. (This does not indicate the
status of the projector. )
In standby. Press any button to
An error has occurred. Unplug the
Connection & Control Box, and contact
Connects the projector to this device. See
the Installation Manual for more details.
Connect cables according to your devices to use.
[Computer1] input port
(Mini D-Sub 15-pin (female))
[Computer2] input port
(φ6.3 mm stereo jack)
[Volume] dial (mic input)
(φ3.5 mm stereo mini jack)
We recommend using a shielded cable.
[AUX In] port
[REC Out] port
[Video] input port
[S-Video] input port
(Mini DIN 4-pin jack)
When using a commercially available dynamic microphone, connect to the
Plug-in power is not supported.
When inputting audio from a portable audio player and such, connect the audio cable to
[AUX In] port. The audio input from
When connecting a recording device, connect the audio cable to
input from the audio input ports, the Aux In, and the Mic port is output. Audio is output in a
constant level and cannot be adjusted.
[AUX In] port is always played regardless of the
[REC Out] port. The audio