Question about ViewSonic PJD5122 3D Projector
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You have a 3.5mm Audio Input jack for external audio in. ( Not Speakers) The Audio Output jack is for connecting that to a stereo system which is the best way to go. So, what you want to do is connect your xbox audio out which is probably a rca jack to the projector. I believe you will have to buy a y-adapter ( 3.5mm male > double rca fe-male) then use the standard rca audio cables. You don't plug speakers into that unit, I hope you haven't damaged the audio circuit. You might have a external audio switch within the menu of the projector to switch from internal to external audio source,,, look for that.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
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