How to Hook Up TV to an Expedition Wonderwall Entertainment Projector
By Steve Lander
The Discovery Expedition Wonderwall entertainment projector is designed to project analog video delivered over a standard, composite video connection. This makes it an excellent adjunct to a standard-definition video television when you need to make the picture a bit larger so that it can be viewed by more people. When used in a darkened conference room, it gives an adequate picture with regular over-the-air TV or VHS video tapes, letting you share analog video with small work groups without having to use a standard, data-oriented business projector and burn its expensive lamp.
Press the "Power" button on your TV to turn it off.
Connect the yellow, red and white plugs on one end of the composite audio/video cable to the television's output. Connect the yellow plug to the Video Out port, and connect the red and white plugs to the right and left channels of the audio output.
Connect the other end of the cable to the input on your Wonderwall projector, plugging the cables into the color-coded jacks.
Press the "Power" button on your TV and the Wonderwall projector to turn on both components.
Items you will need
TV with analog audio and video outputs
Composite audio/video cable
If your TV does not have composite audio/video outputs, you can connect the projector to your VCR and use the VCR's analog tuner to watch TV.
Steve Lander has been a writer since 1996, with experience in the fields of financial services, real estate and technology. His work has appeared in trade publications such as the "Minnesota Real Estate Journal" and "Minnesota Multi-Housing Association Advocate." Lander holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Columbia University.