1) Turn off the projector and the speakers
1) TURN THE PROJECTOR ON.
2) IF THERE IS NO AUDIO, THEN TURN THE PROJECTOR ON, GO TO OPTIONS, AND TURN ON THE AUDIO.
3) if there is no audio, then turn the projector off, turn on the speakers, and then turn the projector on.
4) if there is no audio, then turn the projector off, turn on the speakers, and then turn the projector on.
5) if there is no audio, then turn the projector off, turn on the speakers, and then turn the projector on.
2) Assemble all your components
Make sure you have all your equipment (and cables) connected in the order we recommend it be connected, from the projector to the speakers. We recommend that you keep the projector and speakers on your desk or table, not on the floor.
1) TURN ON YOUR SPEAKERS
Turn on the volume on your speakers (usually on the back or on the side) to the maximum level your speakers can handle.
2) TURN ON THE PROJECTOR
Turn on the projector and make sure that the speakers are plugged in. The back of the projector will have a small volume control (usually labeled “V/”). Adjust the volume to your desired level.
This is a very basic guide and we are not responsible for any damage or injuries you may suffer while following these instructions. Proceed with caution.
3) Locate the audio out jack on the projector
If you’re connecting the audio out directly to the speakers, you should be able to find the jack right on the projector. If you’re using a receiver, you’ll need to find the audio out jack on the receiver and plug it into the projector.
1) plug your projector audio jack into the speakers or receivers
Once you’ve located the audio out jack on the projector, it’s time to decide whether you’re going to use it directly to the speakers, or whether to use a receiver to distribute the audio. If you’re using a receiver, you’ll need to plug it into the projector’s audio-in jack and plug the audio-out jack into the speakers or receiver. Then plug the speakers or receiver into the power source.
4) Insert the cable into the projector and speakers (or receiver)
Plug the projector audio cable into the audio out jack on the projector. The cable you’ll be using will be the same cable you use to connect the projector to the receiver (or the receiver to the speakers).
1) plug the other end of the audio cable into the receiver (or speakers)
If you’re using a receiver, you’ll want to plug the other end of the audio cable into the audio out jack on the receiver. If you’re using a direct connection, you’ll plug the cable into the jack on the receiver (or speakers).
2) TEST THE AUDIO
Once the cable is plugged in, ensure that the audio is working as expected. You may need to experiment a bit to get the volume and sound quality just right. The volume may be low or high, depending on the type of receiver you’re using.
5) Turn all the equipment on and test the audio signal
If everything worked correctly, you should have a strong audio signal coming out of the projector’s audio jack. If not, it could be because of a couple of things. You could have an audio amplifier dedicated to the projector that is set too low. If this is the case, adjust the volume on your receiver to the same level as the amp that is dedicated to the projector.
How to get sound from the projector to speakers wirelessly
>>>The easiest way to get sound from your projector to your speaker system, or from your wireless speakers to your receiver, is to use a Bluetooth speaker system. A Bluetooth speaker or wireless speaker can be paired with your smartphone, tablet, computer, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device and can then be used as a wireless speaker system.
>>>Here are a few options to choose from when purchasing a Bluetooth speaker system:>>>>
>>>1. Jambox Jambox is a wireless speaker system that can be used with almost any device.
How to Set Up a Home Theater System with Projector
If you’re a movie fan, you know how much you’ve missed watching movies in your home theatre. Whether you watch movies in your living room or in your bedroom, you know it’s a hassle to have to change out the DVD player and wait for it to load. If you own a home cinema system, you’ve probably wanted a projector to enjoy all your favorite movies in your bedroom. Today, you can get a full home cinema system with a projector. Projectors are small enough to use in smaller rooms, and they can get very large images. They’re also bright enough that you can watch them with your eyes closed. Here’s a step-by-step guide to setting up a home cinema system with a projector.