Introductions Roger Harrison - Audio Visual Coordinator Laura Ann Hoffman – Campus Coordinator Ken Delaughter – Lead AV Tech
A/V Policies & Procedures Only trained qualified technicians are to operate any part of the system Equipment is treated with respect and returned to storage after the event is over. Any damages or non functioning gear needs to be reported to Roger or Laura Ann ASAP! Only acoustic guitars and vocals may be ran through the system. NO electric or bass guitars!!! The Crestron touch panel and iPad are for official business only! Any playback music must conform to the MC Vision and be appropriate for the audience. This includes music provided by the client or department. Arrive early and expect to leave late.
Key Terms Mic – Microphone XLR – 3pin Microphone Cable VGA – Typical video output on computers DMX – Lighting Control (5pin XLR) Component – Red, Green, Blue RCA cable
Video System Info Two Panasonic DW100 projectors 2 Motorized Screens 4 Extron wall input panels Extron Video switcher Blu-ray Player Crestron touch panels Crestron Brain Unit Extron portable units
Audio System Info Audia Bi-amp DSP Module 5 Zones - JBL ceiling speakers Crown Power amplifiers 4 Shure Wireless Microphones Various wired microphones Antennas/Amplifier for Wireless Mics Floor/Wall input panel’s iPod Input on rack Audio inputs for video East/West, and CD.
Crestron Control System Crestron Touch Panel Small Crestron wall panels Crestron Brain Audia DSP Motorized Screens Projectors Blu-ray CD Video Switcher
Mic Routing / Control Select the controls section for the input that you are working with Make sure each zone is hi-lighted that you are sending to. Double check to see that MIC is hi-lighted if using a wired microphone. Turn the volume down half way to avoid unwanted feedback/damage to system. UN-Mute the Mic (MUTE is active when hi-lighted) Raise volume to appropriate level
Mic Routing and Gain Mic Setting 42dB Line Setting 12dB Phantom Power (+48 DC) Condenser Mics Room Routing Ballroom East Ballroom West Boardroom AUX
How to show a presentation Power on system from setup page Select Ballroom East/West page Select the input that you will be using. NW, NE, SW, SE are the four wall panels and are labeled accordingly. Lower screen using the UP/DOWN/STOP Power on Projector Allow 5 min for projector to warm up to full brightness. Repeat process for second projector
Blu-ray / Projector Controls Full Blu-ray Controls available via touch panel Projector input must be set to Component input for Blu-ray VGA (Laptop) must be set to RGB2 Detailed Projector controls available via setup page