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samplerdave

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I have an 'INFOCUS' GAUD300 WW projector. It came from a thrift shop and didn't have any instruction with it. It came with the mains lead only.

How do you connect this machine to a pc to display Power Point presentations etc ?

there are two sets of sockets on the rear,

one set has three phono sockets. Red one labeled R, a blue one labeled L (I assume Right and Left audio)and a DIN type labeled S-video.

The other set has five phono sockets. three in a vertical row labeled 'component' and coloured Red, Blue Green. I assume them to be the RGB input. The two remaining phonos are labeled R and L and are red and yellow respectively. They are labeled audio in. There is also a four mm Jack-plug labeled audio out. Headphone socket ?

I am very wary about connecting anything to my PC.

So, what kind of lead should I use, and how do I connect it to the PC ?

Thanks in advance.

Dave.

p.s. It is the metallic blue version of the projector. Don't know if that will help identification.
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peter99

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GAUD300-WW

is this the the manual you are lookung for

https://portal.infoc...artGuide_en.pdf

you will need two cables

one for sound

one for the picture
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Pete99,

Thanks very much. I didn't realise that the projector was also known as the In1.
That's probably why I couldn't find what I was looking for.

Now I just need to get a card with RGB output for the computer.

Dave.
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This one shows you how to use it without the base unit


https://portal.infoc...artGuide_en.pdf


hope it helps

Edited by peter99, 08 June 2012 - 07:57 AM.

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Pete,

Once again, thanks. I've been trying for months to get the info you posted.

Dave.
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Glad to help :thumbsup:
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