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2 How to Plug Computer Speakers Into a Dell? You can connect external speakers to your projector to improve the volume level when viewing a DVD or other business presentation. Plug one end of the RCA audio cables into the Audio Out jack on the projector's connection panel. Insert the speakers' jacks into the projector's Audio OUT ports. If your projector only has RCA ports, but your speakers have a stereo jack, you need to first attach the stereo-to-RCA converter. Many Epson business projectors, despite their display abilities, frequently have low-powered monophonic speakers, which makes them less than optimal as audio presentation tools for anything but small conference rooms. To help solve this problem, some Epson projectors have audio outputs that you can connect to an.
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A to Z Teacher Stuff Forums. Jun 10, Messages: The speakers on the LCD projector are no good and I would like to connect external speakers, like those cheap little computer speakers.
The cords on the speakers have a USB end and a light green end. Is it possible to connect the speakers I have to the LCD projector?
If so, can anyone help me figure out how, maybe draw a little diagram or something? CaesarApr 22, May 13, Messages: Apr 22, Look at the back panel of your projector. It should have some kind of "audio out" port: A pair of computer speakers usually comes with a cable that splits: The cable's usually pretty short, but there are ways to deal with that. Edited to fix this: TeacherGroupieApr 22, Aug 25, Messages: Apr 22, No real easy way to do this without buying extra parts.
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My projecter doesn't have any 35mm headphone sized audio out ports. I would recommend connecting your DVD player directly to the speakers in that case. Unless your DVD player has a 35mm audio out port unlikely you will need to buy the following cable on the left: Then hook your speakers into the headphone jack that comes out of it. You can find it here: Peregrin5Apr 22, Apr 22, A headphone port IS a 3.
Some computer speakers are wired in series: In that case, Caesar, you don't need a splitter.
Ohiocorn62 March 9, 4: Yes, my password is: Reply to Jonathan Lee. References George Washington Middle School: Laptop only has one HDMI port btw.
The adapter on the left in Peregrin's photo has a female 3. The adapter on the right has a male RCA plug below and two female plugs up above.
From this angle I can't more info you whether this is a stereo-to-mono splitter, but if the outside of a female RCA plug isn't color-coded, the inside will be, inside the metal collar that you can see here.
Always, always plug red to red and white to white. Frankly, the cheapest place to get RCA cables these days, what with people upgrading to wireless equipment, is a thrift store. Look for the cables that seem to be the least beat-up, especially around the plugs.
There's no reason not to use a three-plug video cable, either: Jul 3, Messages: Apr 22, Each LCD projector is a bit different.
Would you happen to know the model and brand you have? Peregrin5Apr 23, Jul 27, Messages: Apr 23, Why don't you just hook up speakers to the computer, and not add the extra step of going through the projector? MissCeliaBApr 23, Apr 23, That's not what the back of mine looks like.
Thanks for your help, everyone.
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I'm going to just resort to trial and error and see if I can get it to work. CaesarApr 23, Apr 23, Bah! I got it hooked up in a way that would work, except that there is no power getting to the speakers. Apr 23, ifeelyourpain. Apr 23, Ah: I don't know if it would work to plug the USB cable into a charger, but it might be link a try.
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Connecting external speakers does not require any special skills or training. I solved the problem with an HDMI splitter box. Match the color codes of the plugs to the color coded jacks on the receiver -- red to red, and black or white to black or white. I thought about something like this, too.