Setting Up a Video Projector

Using a video projector can be one of the most enjoyable and rewarding
experiences of your home theatre entertainment system. It’s not too
difficult to set up either.

First, you need to decide where to place your HD projector or multiple
projectors. You can choose to attach it to a section of your ceiling or at
higher level than the target surface itself.

Then decide where to place your LCD TV. There should be a broad enough
distance between either your computer device or set top box and your TV.

Lay out all the cables and read how they’re labeled. You should have both
data and power leads. The box will come with DVI, composite, VGA, HDMI and
component cables.

Untangle them and lay them out flat on the floor. Stretch them out all the
way and examine the connectors. Go to the back of your TV and see exactly
which TV jacks connect to each data and lead cable.

Next, align the target surface with the TV. Then go to the front or back of
your target device to line up the jack connections with the free ends of
the cables.

When everything’s connected, plug the electrical supply cords into AC
outlets. Turn the projector and the device on. Look to see that the view is
clear and free of any visual interference such as furniture, shelving,
glare from mirrors, and so on.

Realign the projector by moving the target surface or the projector itself
to the correct position. If everything is connected okay, the projector and
the TV will turn on and be functioning.

It’s important to make sure the cables hanging down from the back of the
projector from the ceiling are not obstructing the view from either
direction. If they are, you should reposition the projector closer to the
TV in a sideways direction. Just be sure not to mount it too close. That
will reduce the picture’s clarity.

Next, position your furniture around your TV so that you have comfortable
positions to sit and relax on your sofa or recliner to enjoy your viewing.
Test the projector to see that it’s operating correctly.

If all the cables are connected into the appropriate jacks as described,
then your projector will work fine. You can also check the mounting
brackets holding the projector to the ceiling or wall. They need to be as
secure as possible so the projector doesn’t fall from any vibration
occurring in the house.

That’s all there is to the installation.

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