Mac Devices

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Check your sound settings

1. With your laptop connected to the projector, open System Preferences by clicking the Apple icon in the upper left corner of your desktop and selecting "System Preferences..."

Mac screenshot showing the location of the Apple icon and System Preferences

2. In the System Preferences window, click "Sound." (Second row, far right.)

Mac screenshot showing the location of the Sound options in System Preferences

3. In the Sound window that opens, select the "Output" tab.

Mac screenshot showing the location of the Output tab

4. Select "EPSON PJ/HDMI" (the projector) from the list of output devices.

Mac screenshot showing EPSON PJ selected in the list of output devices

5. Your laptop is now set to play sounds through the projector's speaker system, rather than the speakers on your laptop. To change the volume, use the volume buttons on the projector remote.

Diagram showing the location of the Volume buttons on the Epson Projector remote

Check your display settings

1. With your laptop connected to the projector, open System Preferences by clicking the Apple icon in the upper left corner of your desktop and selecting "System Preferences..."

Mac screenshot showing the location of System Preferences

2. In the System Preferences window, click "Displays." (Second row, second icon from the left.)

Mac screenshot showing the location of the Displays button in System Preferences

3. One or two windows will open. In the window titled "Built-in Display," click on the middle tab, "Arrangement."

Mac screenshot showing the Arrangement tab in the Built-in Display options

4. Click the checkbox for "Mirror Displays." The window should now look like the screenshot below, and the projector should now show the same thing as your screen.

Mac screenshot showing the display settings with the Mirror Displays option checked