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 ===== Connecting Audio Inputs ===== ===== Connecting Audio Inputs =====
  
-Audio Inputs will be connected through HDMI or the available additional audio cable. Both sources are equal for the scaler and are both simultaneously available immeditately after connection without any manual interaction. On the front panel of the scaler there are controls for volume and audio mute (marked red on the picture below). There will be immediate optical feedback in the beamer picture while using these controls.+Audio Inputs will be connected through HDMI or the available additional audio cable. On the front panel of the scaler there are controls for volume and audio mute (marked red on the picture below). There will be immediate optical feedback in the beamer picture while using these controls. Please note that you have to use the VGA connection if you plan to utilize the separate audio-plug. This connection is not active while using the HDMI connection.
  
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 All lecterns can be equipped with microphones. The large variants have the options of a console microphone, a wearable and a portable microphone rod that can be borrowed at the GSG in the rooms 0.009, 0.010, 0.014 and 0.015 if required. The smaller lecterns have a mounting space for a wireless microphone unit, which can also be borrowed on demand in our offices. Please allow some time for the necessary preparation of the lectern when choosing this option. All lecterns can be equipped with microphones. The large variants have the options of a console microphone, a wearable and a portable microphone rod that can be borrowed at the GSG in the rooms 0.009, 0.010, 0.014 and 0.015 if required. The smaller lecterns have a mounting space for a wireless microphone unit, which can also be borrowed on demand in our offices. Please allow some time for the necessary preparation of the lectern when choosing this option.
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