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M-1900 (Summit Room) Users Guide

M1900 (Summit Room) Operation Guide

To start let’s familiarize ourselves with the different elements of the room that we will be referring to throughout this guide.

  • The below illustration (Figure 1) shows the locations of the various part of the system that you may need to interact with.  

As we go through this guide, we will reference Figure 1 several times.  

 

Basic Presentation

This section will demonstrate how to display a simple presentation with the same image displayed on all four displays.

  • To start locate the Push Button Control Panel located (near the stage see Figure 1).
  • Press the “ON” button (See Figure 2)
    • While the system starts up there will be a short 30 second delay before you can continue

  • You can now select from one of the five input selections (PC, Apple TV, VGA, HDMI, or, Blu-Ray) to display on the screens.
    • Note: VGA and HDMI on the Push Button Control Panel refer specifically to the connections in the Floor Box AV Connections (See Figure1 for location)
    • If you chose “PC”, the Room PC (see Figure2.1) is located in the AV Rack (See Figure 1).    
    • The Blu-Ray player is also located in the AV Rack and its operation will be discussed later in this guide

  • To use your own device, you can connect via HDMI or VGA (see Figure 2.2) those connections are available in the Floor Box (see Figure 1)

  • To adjust the volume use the volume knob on the Push Button Control Panel (see Figure 2)
  • The “Mute” button (see Figure 2) will mute all audio.
  • “Screen Up” and “Screen Down” will raise and lower the projection screens if desired.

 

Advanced operation

The remainder of this guide will focus on the full operation of all the system operations from the Room Control Touch Panel located near the AV Rack (see Figure1)

 

  • To turn the system on Press the Power button on the Start page (see Figure  3)

  • The Start page also has buttons to bring up “Phone Control” and “Audio Control” without having to turn the entire system on.
  • The operation of these buttons will be outlined later in this guide.
  • Once the system has started up you will be at the Main Page (see Figure 3.1).  
    •  From this page, you can access all other room functions.

Input Selections (see Figure 3.1)

This menu selection lets you select which input will display on the screen.

    • PC and Apple TV do not have any additional controls.
    • Blu-Ray: when selected will display the player controls (see Figure 4)

  • Floor Box and Wall plate will give you the choice of HDMI or VGA (see Figure 4.1)
    • To find the location of the Wall Plate AV connections please see Figure 1
    • Please Note: you cannot use HDMI and VGA simultaneously at the same AV connection location.   

Audio Control (see Figure 3.1)

This menu selection lets you adjust the audio. (see Figure 4.2)

    • House Mics: This controls the overall volume of the Microphones
      • The individual microphone volume is controlled automatically   
    • Video Conf: Adjust the volume of the remote caller in a video conference. 
    • Rear Audio Input: Adjust the volume of the rear audio inputs
      • Located at the Wall Plate AV connections
    • Video: Adjust the volume from any video input source.

Main: Adjust the overall volume of the entire system

Phone Control (see Figure 3.1)

This menu lets you place a phone call through the room audio. (See Figure 5)

    • Dial Pad: use to enter desired number
      • You must dial “9” to get an outside line.
      • The number you are dialing will be displayed on the Dial display
    • Call: Press to initiate a call
      • If a call is being received, the call button will change to “Answer”
    • End: Disconnects a call
    • Mute: This mutes the local audio going to the call.
      • Does not mute the microphones in the room
    • Clear:  This will clear the current number being entered
    • Caller in Volume: This adjust how loud the remote caller will be in the room.   

Camera Control (see Figure 3.1)

This menu lets you adjust the ceiling camera. (see Figure 6)

    • Zoom In: Zooms the camera in
    • Zoom Out: Zooms the camera out
    • Auto Focus: Will automatically refocus camera
    • Pan and Tilt: Allows you to Pan the camera Left and right, and Tilt the camera up and down
    • Stop:  Will stop any Pan or Tilt motion
    • Preset: Can store up to three different camera positions
      • To store a preset, press and hold any of the three preset buttons until “Set” appears.
    • USB:  this selects what device that the camera is connected to
      • PC: Connects the Camera for use with the Room PC in the AV Rack (See Figure 2.1)
      • Wall Plate: Connects the camera to the USB port on the Wall Plate AV Connections
        • Can be used with a PC or Mac computer at this location  
      • Floor Box: Connects the camera to the USB port in the Floor Box AV Connections
        • Can be used with a PC or Mac computer at this location  

Room Mode (see Figure 3.1)

This menu lets you select between the different room display modes. (see Figure 7)

    • Presentation mode: This mode shows the same image on all four displays
    • East/West mode: This mode allows you to show two discreet images, one on the East TV and Projection screen, and a different image on the West TV and Projection screen.
    • Individual Mode: This mode can show a discreet image on each display.

Display Selection (see Figure 3.1)

This menu will change based on the room mode that you have selected.

  • Presentation mode: (See Figure 7.1) you will see “All Displays” when you select an input that input  will show on all displays
  • East/West mode: (See Figure 7.2) The menu will change to “West Displays” and “East Displays”
    • Press each one and then select the input you would like to display on each
  • Individual Mode: (See Figure 7.3) The Menu will change to “West Projector”, “West TV”, “East Projector”, and “East TV”.  Press each one and select an input for each.

AV Connections (see Figure1)

This section will explain the AV connections available to you.

  • Floor Box AV Connections: (See Figure 8) this houses various AV connections available near the stage.
    • HDMI/ VGA: Connections for a laptop or mobile device
    • Microphone Input:  4 XLR microphone connections
    • Audio Line Out: 2 XLR line level outputs
    • USB to Room PC: USB connected directly to the room PC
    • USB From Camera: USB connection from the Ceiling camera
      • Please note: this USB must be selected (See Figure6)  

  • Wall Plate AV Connections: (See Figure 8.1) this houses various AV connections available near the rear of the room.
    • HDMI/ VGA: Connections for a laptop or mobile device
    • Microphone Input:  2 XLR microphone connections
    • Audio Line Out: 2 XLR line level outputs
    • USB to Room PC: USB connected directly to the room PC
    • USB From Camera: USB connection from the Ceiling camera
      • Please note: this USB must be selected (See Figure6)  

Using the Camera for video conferencing

This section will explain some of the general settings required to use the Ceiling Camera in Windows 10.

    • Set the Play back device. Right click on the Volume tray icon (See Figure 9)
      • In the menu click “Playback Devices”

  • In the “Sound” menu, select the “Playback” tab
    • Select “Extron HDMI-4” (See Figure 9.1). (note: you will select a different audio out in the video conferencing software, See Figure 10)
    • Click “Set Default”

 

  • In the “Sound” menu, select the “Recording” Tab (See Figure 9.2).
    • In the “Recording” Tab select “Speakerphone” (See Figure 9.2)
    • Click “Set Default”

Using the Camera for video conferencing (Continued)

This section continues with setting for WebEx. If you are using another platform, many of these setting will still apply; just find the best matches in the other software.   

  • When Joining a WebEx (for more information on WebEx see the document titled “WebEx Instructions”) you will be prompted to select your Audio and Video Connection (See Figure 10)
    • Under “Select Audio Connection” Choose “Call using Computer”
    • Under “Select Video Connection” choose “Extron MediaPort200”

Click “Connect Audio and Video” 

 

This step is important to check, you will need to select a different “Speaker” in the video conferencing software, than the system default.

  • In WebEx select “More Options” under “Call using a computer” (See Figure 10.1)

  • In the menu that opens (See Figure 10.2) make sure that, “Speakerphone (Extron MediaPort200)” is chosen in both the Speaker and Microphone Drop down list.
  • Once the setting are correct press “OK”

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