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All connections to projectors and speakers are done through a wall plate. Here's a diagram of a wall plate in most classrooms.

Some older wall plates may have a vestigial VGA port which may or may not work. Wall plates installed after 2017 will not have a VGA port. Please use the connection cable bundles with the HDMI cable & dongle appropriate for your computer, tablet or iPhone.

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Connecting to the Projectors in the Multi Purpose Rooms (MPR)

The Hill Multi Purpose Rooms are primarily used as a single meeting space with two projectors and screens displaying a single source connected to one of three possible input panels. The rooms can be divided into two separate areas with full AV. The West panel, nearest the main entrance door, is most frequently used to connect devices for full MPR presentations, although it is possible to have each projector display a separate presentation.

Using the Touch Pad

Touch pads West and East are adjacent to each entrance, and either can be used to control the entire room. The touch pad will usually be dark if not used. Tap the touch pad and the RCS logo will appear. Touch again and you should be presented with a row of icons on the left side: Video Sources; Mic Volume; Tech Tools; and Off?

Video Sources

When the MPR is being used as a single meeting space, the Video Sources command screen will indicate Rooms are in Combined Mode. Underneath this legend are five icons, West Panel, Center Panel, East Panel, West Apple TV, and East Apple TV. Underneath these icons are three zones: West Screen to the left, East Screen to the Right , and Rear HDMI Plate centered below.

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