Setting Up the Audio-Video
Equipment at Cheshire Public
           Library
     Identifying A/V Components

           Pre...
DVD Output Connectors

 
 
 
 
 
The rear panel of the DVD player has connectors for:
   Component Video Outputs
      Red...
Component Video Cable
The Component
Video Cable
connectors are
color-matched to
the three plugs on
the back of the
DVD pla...
The Component Video Plug
DVD Connectors and Component Video Cable
 
 
    The Component Video
 
    Cable is shown plugged
    into the back of the...
Audio
Cable




The audio cable has a red plug and a black plug at each end,
one for the Right Channel and one for the Lef...
DVD Player and All Cables




 
The DVD player with audio and video cables connected.
Rear View of Video Projector




 Now we'll follow the video signals out from the DVD player
into the Video Projector. The...
Video Projector and Cable

 The three component
video input connectors
on the video projector
correspond to the three
plug...
Connecting the Video Cables
Video Projector and Cable




The same technique is used to plug the Component Video
Cable plugs into the video projector ...
Disconnecting the Video Cable
Fender Sound System Front Panel

                     Audio Controls
                     Master Volume Controls
         ...
Sound System Inputs




 Master Volume Controls
 Microphone Inputs
 Monophonic and Stereo Inputs
Sound System and Audio Cable




The Audio Cable from the DVD player plugs into the Stereo
inputs on the front of the soun...
Fender Sound System Rear Panel

                  Left and Right Speaker
                  Outputs
                  Three...
Sound System Outputs




The Speaker outputs are on the back panel of the sound
system.
Speaker Cables




There are two identical Speaker Cables. The plugs have a
distinct right-angle, and all four plugs are r...
Speaker Cables from Sound System

One Speaker Cable connects
the Left Speaker Output to
the Left Speaker, and the
other Sp...
Speaker and Cable

The two speakers are
identical. Each has one
connector in the lower-right
corner of the front panel
tha...
Projector Controls




The video projector controls are on the top of the video
projector. The button on the upper left of...
Credits

This slideshow is one component of the instructional materials
for teaching Cheshire Public Library staff members...
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Setting Up A/V Equipment at CPL

  1. 1. Setting Up the Audio-Video Equipment at Cheshire Public Library Identifying A/V Components Prepared by Sharon Foster for ILS 575 Instructional Design Principles 31 July 2008
  2. 2. DVD Output Connectors           The rear panel of the DVD player has connectors for: Component Video Outputs Red Green Blue Two Audio Outputs: Left Channel (white) Right Channel (red)
  3. 3. Component Video Cable The Component Video Cable connectors are color-matched to the three plugs on the back of the DVD player. The ends of the cable are identical, and it doesn't matter which end of it you plug into the DVD player.
  4. 4. The Component Video Plug
  5. 5. DVD Connectors and Component Video Cable     The Component Video   Cable is shown plugged   into the back of the   DVD player. Always   handle a video plug by the black band around   the barrel, and always   turn it clockwise,   whether plugging it in or unplugging it.
  6. 6. Audio Cable The audio cable has a red plug and a black plug at each end, one for the Right Channel and one for the Left Channel. The colors are different than the colors of the connectors on the DVD player, but if we stick to the Red = Right rule, we'll be okay.
  7. 7. DVD Player and All Cables   The DVD player with audio and video cables connected.
  8. 8. Rear View of Video Projector  Now we'll follow the video signals out from the DVD player into the Video Projector. The rear of the video projector has several connectors, but three of them should look familiar.
  9. 9. Video Projector and Cable  The three component video input connectors on the video projector correspond to the three plugs on the Component Video Cable.
  10. 10. Connecting the Video Cables
  11. 11. Video Projector and Cable The same technique is used to plug the Component Video Cable plugs into the video projector connectors.
  12. 12. Disconnecting the Video Cable
  13. 13. Fender Sound System Front Panel Audio Controls Master Volume Controls for Left and Right Channels Audio Inputs for microphones, stereo, and monophonic audio
  14. 14. Sound System Inputs Master Volume Controls Microphone Inputs Monophonic and Stereo Inputs
  15. 15. Sound System and Audio Cable The Audio Cable from the DVD player plugs into the Stereo inputs on the front of the sound system. Remember, Red = Right.
  16. 16. Fender Sound System Rear Panel Left and Right Speaker Outputs Three Prong connector for power cord On/Off Switch
  17. 17. Sound System Outputs The Speaker outputs are on the back panel of the sound system.
  18. 18. Speaker Cables There are two identical Speaker Cables. The plugs have a distinct right-angle, and all four plugs are red.
  19. 19. Speaker Cables from Sound System One Speaker Cable connects the Left Speaker Output to the Left Speaker, and the other Speaker Cable connects the Right Speaker Output to the Right Speaker.
  20. 20. Speaker and Cable The two speakers are identical. Each has one connector in the lower-right corner of the front panel that accepts a Speaker Cable plug. The speaker to the left of the screen as seen from the audience is the Left Speaker, and the speaker to the right of the screen is the Right Speaker.
  21. 21. Projector Controls The video projector controls are on the top of the video projector. The button on the upper left of the picture is the on/off switch. The projector is normally configured to take its input from the component video inputs.
  22. 22. Credits This slideshow is one component of the instructional materials for teaching Cheshire Public Library staff members to set up the audio-video equipment for showing movies. The instruction was designed and created by Sharon Foster in partial fulfillment of the project requirement for ILS 575, Instructional Design Principles, taught by Dr. Hak Joon Kim at Southern Connecticut State University, Summer 2008. This slideshow was created and published to the Web using GoogleDocs.

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