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Ease of viewing through the LG HS201 projector

LG HS201 is a projector that is ultra light and ultra slim, which can be placed from one area of the office to another. The LG HS201 projector enables one to view images and movies in high definition. It has a 30,000 hours lamp life with a direct USB input which allows support for DivX, mp3 and JPEG files. Often it is difficult to adjust the clarity or the bur of and image from a projector. This often happens when the surface of the image that is being projected on is not clear. In order to overcome this problem, the LG HS201 projector has manual focus lens which enables easy zooming when the picture appears blurred.



  • Projection System: DLP
  • Display Technology: 0.55″ DMD
  • Native Resolution: SVGA (800×600)
  • Brightness (ANSI-Lumens): 200
  • Contrast Ratio (FIFO): 2000:1


  • Focus: Manual
  • Zoom: Fixed


  • Standard: 40″ @ 1.2m
  • Throw Ratio (Wide/Tele): 1.35


  • Life High Brightness (hrs): 30000


  • High Brightness: 29dB (Normal), 35dB (PT mode)
  • Economic: 23dB
  • Uniformorty (min) JBMA: > 80%


  • Menu Language: English / Korean / French/ Spanish/ German/ Italian/ Swedish/Portuguese / Chinese Simplified/polish/Turkish/Russia/Brazil / Arabic
  • Aspect Ratio Control: 4:3, Just Scan, Set By Program, 16:9, Zoom, Cinema Zoom
  • Dimension (mm): 183 X 122 X 60
  • Weight (kg): 800 gm
  • Power Consumption: 80 W / Stand-By 1W under
  • Power Supply: AC DC Adaptor / 100 ~ 240 Hz, 50/60Hz


  • Digital (DVI, HDMI): 1080p/1080i/720p/576p/480p
  • RGB: Up to WXGA+ (1680×1050@60Hz)
  • Component Video: 1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 576i / 480p / 480i
  • Composite Video (incl. S-Video): NTSC-M / NTSC 4.43 / PAL / PAL-M / PAL-N / SECAM


  • INPUT/OUTPUT Terminals 1: 1*HDMI (ver 1.3)/ 1*RGB in/1*Composite/1*Component (thru RGB) 1*USB (Divix) /1*Audio in/1*Audio out


  • INPUT/OUTPUT Terminals 2: Divx (MP3, JPEG, MPEG4)/Digital Keystone Correction/Picture Still/Quick Power on/off/Auto Off/Auto Power/Expert Control


  • Accessory 1: Carry bag (Option) / Power code / Remote control / D-sub 15 pin cable / RGB to Component Adapter / CD Manual / CR2032 3V Battery

How to Get Your Creative ZEN Touch to Work in Windows Vista

Creative Zen Touch MP3 player is now considered as legacy by both Creative and Windows Vista. It is quite possible that your device doesn’t get recognised when you connect it to your Windows Vista computer or it might not get installed on it. It can also happen that you successfully install the Creative Jukebox software from the CD but it doesn’t detect the MP3 player at all. The reason for this problem is the non availability of the drivers for Creative Zen Touch in Windows Vista. These drivers have been discontinued in Windows Vista and you need to download and install the drivers manually to get your MP3 player work on Windows Vista. Given below are some easy steps to make your Zen Touch MP3 player work on Windows Vista.

Very Important: Before you start with any steps please take a backup of all the songs on your player on a computer running Windows XP. The steps given below update the firmware of the player and erase all the data it has. Taking backup on a Windows XP computer is important because once the firmware gets updated it wont be able to restore the back and in this situation you can upload the songs individually on to your MP3 player.

Instructions for setting it up: first check what version of Creative media source is installed on your computer. This can be done by opening the Creative Media Source and then checking its version in the about menu. If the version installed on your computer is earlier than 5.10.38 then you need to install the latest version from Creative Media Source’s website. Website is www.creative .com and downloadable file can be found under the Support section of the website. You also need to download CreativePlaysforsure plugin version 5.00.36 and Creative MediaSource player version 5.10.38. Once you have downloaded all the required software from Creative’s web site you need to install all of them. It is recommended that first you remove all the creative softwares from your computer and then install the new software. It is wise to do because chances are that any core file from previous version might create troubles for the new updated software to function. After successful installation turn on the MP3 player and connect it to your computer. It will get detected and the drivers will install. Once the device is installed open the PlayForSure plugin software. On connecting the player after installing the updated software the Firmware of your Player gets updated automatically and this results in erasing of all data on your player. This is why it was asked to take the backup of your songs on another computer before doing this upgrade. Once your player is all set you can restore the backup on it and it shall work fine now. In case the player is not able to restore the backup then you need to transfer every songs manually in to the player. This could be a tedious job but it is good to have the player running on a Windows Vista computer than to keep it as Windows Vista non compatible device.

How to Burn a CD or DVD in Windows Media Player

Windows Media Player can be used to burn you items, be it MP3 files, photos or videos in a CD or DVD. Burning simply refers to copying the items from your PC into an empty CD or DVD.  However, there are particular types of discs to use when transferring your files and Windows Media Player offers three types of discs. You can choose to burn audio CDs, Data CDs and Data DVDs, and the disc you use for a particular function will vary with the items to be burned. For instance, do you want to copy music only or a combination of music, pictures and videos, how big are the items to be copied and the type of appliance you will use for playing the files later. Do you intend to play your items in a car CD player, computer etc?

Therefore, once your need is established, for instance copying music files, you can burn a standard CD capable of playing in virtually all CD players by selecting the Audio CD option from the available options in Windows Media Player Burn. When burning your CD, the player will make temporary files of the items you selected, convert them to PCM format and copy them to your CD.

What to do:

  • simply click on the Burn icon in your player’s Library
  • open the Burn options and choose the type of burn you want, Audio CD is normally the Player’s default setting
  • Open your PC’s drive and put in your blank disc, CD-R
  • Close AutoPlay if it opens and choose the drive to use if you PC has two CD drives in the players navigation panel
  • Add the items you want to copy to your CD by dragging them from the details pane to your list, you can then change song order by dragging the files to the positions you want in your burn list, or remove a file from your burn list by right clicking and choosing “remove”
  • Soon as your list is ready, click the “Burn” option and wait a few minutes for your CD or DVD to be prepared by the Player

Repeat the procedure for as many CDs or DVDs as you might need, all you have to do is choose an option that matches your copying needs from the drop down menu when choosing type of burn you want. However, the files you copy, particularly the Audio files will not include CD-Texts because Windows does not support it.

To Burn a Data CD or Data DVD

Because your Audio CD only gives you about 80 Minutes of Music, you may want to burn a disc that will contain more items for the same space. For such, choose the Data CD or Data DVD option. The advantage of a data disc is its versatility; you can as well add your videos and photos into one CD or DVD.  When burning a data disc, the player will quickly save your items in their original compressed state and the quality will not be compromised due to any conversion.

Easily burn your favorite music files, photos or videos items by choosing the formats you want and other custom settings. Whether it is data disc to save on space and have more files or an audio MP3 disc, Windows Media Player comes in handy with very easy usage.

How to Add Items to the Windows Media Player Library

Each one of us has a private and customized collection of pictures, music pieces and video clips on our computer. Not many people manage this asset as it should be done. All these pieces sometimes waver here and there in different folders, in different drives of the same computer. Till the time you do not need a specific item from your collection, this mess is easy to deal with. The problem arises when you want to hear a rare melody of Kenny G and have simply lost track of where it is stored.

If you are one such reader, as characterized above, then there is an easy and quick solution to your problem. You can manage your entire collection of pictures, music and videos in Windows Media Player Library. This library streamlines your entire collection and then you can use these well managed for many purposes. The files added to Windows Media Player Library can not only be used to play the files, you can do much more like; burn CD’s, mix different music pieces on CD’s, play lists can be created, assemble all your files and send them to other digital devices.

Adding files to Windows Media Player Library

Below mentioned are some of the best ways in which you can add various files to Media Player Library, they are:

  • User Friendly

The format of the Windows Media Player Library is very user friendly. It is created in such a fashion that it updates itself automatically. The moment you start the player for the first time, it will by itself search all the pictures, music and video pieces stored on your computer. After completing its search it will safely store it. Whenever you add files to this library and if they are already present in the library then it will automatically update the file and delete the previous one. Windows Media Player Library is easily accessible from all other devices like mobile phones, USB drives, or any other removable storage devices. You can add as many files as you wish in the Windows Media Player Library.

  • No need to store the files repeatedly

It causes a lot of irritation when you have to store files again and again on your computer. The users of Windows Media Player Library do not face this problem. The library contains a unique feature in which, whenever you choose to play a specific item from any of the removable storage devices, the file automatically gets stored in this library. Subsequently, you do not have to attach the device repeatedly to play the file; you have it on your computer itself. This feature can be extended on to remote items stored on other computers forming a network. You only have to change the settings of the Windows Media Player Library to add these file to your library and play them accordingly. If you run a CD or DVD on to your computer, then the player will ask for your prior permission to store the files in the library.

  • Ripping Music Pieces

The process of copying songs from audio CD’s on to your computer is called ripping. You can rip your music by using Windows Media Player Library. When you wish to rip a music piece, the player makes a copy of that piece and it is stored on the hard disk in the form of Windows Media Audio, MP3, or WAV file. Subsequently, this copied piece gets stored in the library.

  • Downloading from Online stores

Windows Media Player Library can be used to download all types of media files in the library. You can browse the online stores from the library itself and store all the stuff you wish, in the same. The library allows you to do a number of activities on your downloaded files like; buying them, burning them, or assembling them to any other devices. All of your downloaded pieces will appear in the Windows Media Player Library.

Working of an MP3 file:Explained

MP3 is the commonly used name for MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 and is a standard technology and format for compressing a sound sequence into a very small file ,normally about one-twelfth the size of the original file, while preserving the original level of sound quality when it is played. Using their knowledge of how people actually perceive sound, the developers of MP3 devised a compression algorithm that reduces data about sound that most listeners can not perceive. MP3 is currently the most powerful algorithm in a series of audio encoding standards developed under the sponsorship of the Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) and formalized by the International Organization for Standardization. The key to the success of MP3 files can be summed up in a word: compression.


MP3’s have made some profound enemies among record industries and some artists, who claim that most of the files infringe on copyrights and are akin to piracy and theft of creative material.  Recording artists, the general public, and lawmakers are pretty well split over the issue of the legality of MP3’s and their usage. It does not matters that what is the outcome but one is for sure that MP3’s have and is continuing to revolutionize music. Like Chris Robinson, Black Crowes said that “Napster is robbing me blind”

MP3 Format

Before saying anything about MP3 format we must know the other forms of music. If you have heard about CD then you must know that a CD stores a song as digital information. The data on a CD uses an uncompressed, high-resolution format. Music is sampled 44,100 times per second. The samples are 2 bytes each 16 bit long. Separate samples are taken for the left and right speakers in a stereo system. So, a CD stores a huge number of bits for each second of music.

The MP3 format is a compression system for music. The MP3 format helps reduce the number of bytes in a song without hurting the quality of the song’s sound. The goal of the MP3 format is to compress a CD-quality song by a factor of 10 to 14 without affecting the CD-quality sound. With MP3, a 32-megabyte song on a CD compresses down to about 3 MB. MP3 encoding software allows the user to select the bit rate when converting files into the MP3 format. Using a bit rate of 128 Kbps usually results in a sound quality equivalent to what you’d hear on the radio. While using a bit rate of 160 Kbps or higher gives  the same sound quality as a CD.

Advantages of MP3

There are several advantages of MP3 file format that make it prior on other formats.

  • MP3 file provide more space than other formats as it is compressed.
  • You can download a MP3 song in minutes rather than hours, and store hundreds of songs on your computer’s hard disk without taking up that much space.
  • Because of their compressed size files can be easily transferable through internet or Bluetooth to some other user.
  • Mp3 files can be downloaded and listened from your computer easily.
  • MP3 files can be transferable to MP3 player or other portable players or can be made into an audio CD.
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