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Lowering Volume? Is there a way to lower the volume on the projector without a remote? I can't seem to find a volume control button.

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Hi,
Yes, you can lower the volume on the projector without the remote by using the keypad on top of the projector..... For more details click here and look pg: 25 and 28
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Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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