HDMI Terminal: Present high-definition movies and animations for greater impact from DVD and Blu-Ray players.
USB Terminal: Use a USB memory device and eliminate the need to connect to a PC.
10/100Base-T Ethernet Interface: Connect to a local area network (LAN) for remote setup, monitoring and presentations from wired or wirelessly-connected PCs.
Audio In/Audio Out Terminals: Receive audio input signals from external sources—including DVD players—when a separate channel for sound is required. With the Audio Out Terminal, you can connect external speakers for stereo and to increase volume.
S-Video Terminal: Project images from DVDs, camcorders, VCRs and more that use S-Video signals.
Computer 1 In Terminal: The primary connection for laptop use, the Computer 1 In Terminal uses a 15-pin interface for RGB signal input.
Computer 2 In Terminal: Establish a second computer or RGB video device connection when multiple presenters connect to a laptop or when presentations are stored on different computers. The terminal also acts as a Monitor Out connection for simultaneous presentation to an audience and on the presenter's computer.
Computer 2/Monitor Out Switch:
Controls the funtion of the Computer 2 In Terminal. Push the switch to the left to allow the Computer 2 In Terminal to function as a second video input source—push to the right to monitor the presentation.
Video Terminal: A single-pin connection for older VCR and camcorder devices.
Control Terminal: Control meeting room environments such as automatic lighting, raising and lowering screens, and window shade control when connecting the projector to external systems.
Built-In 1 Watt Speaker: Eliminates the need for external equipment. Volume is adjustable with the remote control or control panel selection keys.
Antitheft Lock Slot: Attach a safety cable in the slot to prevent theft or movement of the projector.