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Using Your Projector With Other Equipment; Viewing Video From External Devices - Epson PowerLite Presenter L User Manual

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Using Your Projector with Other
You can connect a variety of video, audio, and computer equipment to PowerLite projector to
further enhance your viewing and listening experience.
Video equipment such as a Blu-ray
game console, VCR, video camera, digital camera, iPod
output port
A USB flash drive containing photos, music files, or DivX
Audio input equipment such as an iPod or other MP3 player to play music through the
projector (audio cables not included)
Audio output equipment such as an AV amplifier or a 5.1 Stereo Surround Sound System
to play audio from the projector.
Computer or laptop to project anything you can see or hear on your computer through
the projector.
Warning: Close the lens cover before connecting/disconnecting your device. The bright light may
affect your vision. Additionally, you may leave fingerprints on the lens which can affect projection
quality. When the picture appears, do not look into the lens, and do not allow children or pets to look
into the lens.

Viewing Video from External Devices

You can connect to external video devices that have HDMI, composite video, or component
video ports. To play audio from component or composite sources, you also need to connect
standard white and red audio jacks to the projector's
When you view video from an external source, you can use most of the projector's controls,
including adjusting color mode, volume, and sound mode.
You will need connection cables, which may be included with your external equipment, or
may be purchased from an electronics store.
Caution: Before connecting, make sure all equipment is turned off.
Connect the external equipment as shown on the following pages.

Using Your Projector with Other Equipment

disc player, DVR, cable or satellite TV receiver,
R Audio
or other device that has a video


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