computer (PC Analog
signal), HDTV, or
Xerox DP1011 User's Guide
Power Connector—Plug the power cord into the projector here.
VGA Connector—Use the VGA cable that you received with your
projector to plug in a computer, HDTV, or component video source.
Composite Video Input Connector—Plug in your composite
video source here, such as a DVD player or VCR. Requires a
standard A/V connecting cable. Connect the yellow (video) plug to
your video source and to the projector.
S-Video Input Connector—Plug in your S-Video source here,
such as a professional-quality DVD player or VCR. Requires a
standard S-Video connecting cable.
Remote Control Receiver—Infrared receiver that receive signals
from the remote control. Located on both the front and rear so you
can control the projector from either position. Do not cover or block
Kensington™ Lock Slot—Slot for inserting a Kensington cable
and lock to protect your projector from theft.