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The speakers on the projector do not produce any sound. All of the connections are plugged in.

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No picture comes out when i plug in my wonderwall projector?


Could be no power where you plugged in or a bad light, switch or fuse if it has one. Check the wiring for burned connections.

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How do i get sound from my acer x1230 projector?


The acer x1230 projector has an audio mini-port on the back.

In order to utilize the speaker in the projector you will need to run a cable with a mini plug (same as your standard headphones) from your source to the projector.

On a side note, I would suggest using something else for your sound. Data projector speakers are akin to the internal speakers on a computer. The sound quality is not the best and the speakers on data projectors tend to not stand the test of time.

Your basic desktop computer speakers will give you better quality sound and they will most likely be louder as well. In addition, they use the same kind of port (mini) that you would use for the projector input.

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I am not able to get sound out of the projector. I have the proper cords attached. I am able to get sound from the lap top. Help


The Vivitek D825MS Projector does not have any speakers of its own. You have to use an outside source for sound. Another set of speakers connected to the laptop might help, or if you have access to a plug in through a stereo or mixer to take the sound from your computer to the speakers hooked up to the stereo or mixer, that is ideal.

Hope this helps.

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HOW CAN I GET AUDIO ON THE PROJECTOR IF I CONNECT A DVD PLAYER TO IT??


hi, it depends how you connect the DVD to the projector. the projector itself has only one speaker (mono) - not so good for movies. the "audio in" is a mini stereo plug (same as headphones). you will need a RCA to mini stereo convertor - red/white (or red/black) RCA to mini stereo plug.
or you can connect a RCA to RCA (red/white to red/white) cable to an amplifier which is connected to speakers.
or just plain speakers, but you'll probably need a convertor cable from RCA (red/white) to a female mini stereo plug).
these cables are pretty cheap and can be bought in any Radio-shack.
hope it helps....

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DVD connection


You can use any dvd player to connect to this unit as long as it has either a S-Video plug or uses RCA plugs. These cables only transmit the Picture and not the sound. You will need to connect the DVD player up to something that can produce the sound as the HP only has a mono speaker.

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2 Dell 5650 have no sound


the surround sound speakers plug into the rear of the computer with three plugs. an adapter comes with it to plug those three into one green plug. if you plug that green plug in, the rear and center speakers should work, although i don't know if the surround sound will work correctly but you should get sound

Apr 03, 2009 | Dell 5650 Computer Speakers

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External speakers


I would bypass the speakers from the projector and connect the audio output from the DVD to a sorround sound system or to computer speakers.

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