You can connect speakers to the projector to make your presentation sound better. If you want to play HD quality games with a good projector that needs to be shown on the screen, connect your speaker to the cables to your projector. Once the connection is made, speakers will form a connection to avoid conflicting sound resonating from the speakers.
- First, turn off your projector and make sure the external speakers have no power as well.
- Plug the audio cables into the jack of the projector’s system. Make sure that you port it into the audio out jack on the panel.
- Insert the other end of the audio cable into the audio in jack or audio receiver. Make sure that all cables are connected to each other before turning on the power source of the projector.
- Turn on the power source of the projector as well as the power source of the speakers. Make sure the sound will be transmitted to other external speakers. Be careful not to let the power source burn out the projector.
How To Clean Your Projector Lens The Right Way
Here are some ways on how to clean the projector lens without destroying your lens
Before you start to clean:
- Turn off the power source connected to the projector.
- Make sure that the power source is turned off
- Enable the projector to cool down and it should be cold to touch. If it is still hot, you must leave it to cool for a while.
- Weird types of cleaning agents like solvents can damage the lens, so make sure that you use only water and mild soap. It is important to know what type of chemical to use so that you do not destroy your projector’s lens.
- Do not use paper towels or hard tissues as these materials can destroy the lens as well. It may scratch the lens surface if you are not careful. There are also particles that might stay and mould the lens.
Cleaning a Dirty Lens
- Make sure that you clean your lens with a non-abrasive cleaning solution. Also, make sure that you do not use chemicals detrimental to the lens health.
- Next, do not use alcohol to clean lens else you will destroy the lens as well.
- Likewise, never put the cleaning solution right onto the lens. Always bear in mind that these solutions will damage the lens.
- Apply the solution to a soft cloth bought at a camera shop. Also, use a photographic lens brush to gently clean the lens surface.
- Slowly wipe the lens with the cloth in circles.
- Make sure not to leave fingerprints on the lens since the sweat or dirt from the skin will leave a mark.
- Replace the lens cap if you will use the projector later.
Getting Rid Of Dust
- Next, you can use compressed air to remove any unwanted dirt from the projector lens.
- Make sure that you purchase the suitable cleaning agent for the lens. You can check at the local photography store.
- Make sure to be at a distance before you spray the compressed air so that the projector lens do not crack.
- Avoid areas that are really dirty and it will prolong the life of your projector.