Projecting/Displaying

  1. Turn on the projector/TV and verify that you are on the correct input for that room (Computer or HDMI) as seen on the bottom left-hand corner or top right-hand corner.
  2. Connect the green-tagged USB-C cable to one of the available ports


For best viewing, use the 720p resolution

  1. Click on the apple icon in the top left corner and select System Preferences
  2. Select Displays
  3. In the Display tab, check the scaled option and select 720p


Sound System

Once connected with the green-tagged cable, you will need to change the sound source to Interact COM


  1. Click on the apple icon in the top left corner and select System Preferences
  2. Select Sound
  3. Select the Output tab and select Interact COM
  4. Select the Input tab and select Interact COM
  5. Click the box for Show volume in the menu bar. You can now make your output selection by clicking on the sound icon in the menu bar from now on.


*Note #1 You will need to set this for every new location you connect to and if you connect to a different port. If you clicked on the box for Show volume in the menu bar, you can select the audio source from the menu bar. 

Apple will remember these settings for that location.


*Note #2 - McCarthy locations do not have this feature. To control the volume you will need to either adjust the volume from the video source volume slider or by adjusting the amp's dial labeled Computer.


*Note #3 - Rooms with just a projector and no wall, podium, or ceiling speakers sound will volume can come out out of the project. These speakers are not ideal and need to be controlled by the remote. Additional 3.5mm (Headphone) cable is needed in the following locations:

  • Froemke Auditorium
  • Library 108
  • The lower level of the Student Center