PlayStation 4 or PS4 is an excellent yet affordable gaming console. It offers you a high-quality gaming experience.
To improve your gaming experience, you’d prefer moving on to a bigger screen. Hence, what’s better than switching to a projector. With a projector you can enjoy gaming on a mammoth screen size without spending more.
Yet, it’s instinctive to question, “Can you connect PS4 to Projector?” If yes, then, “How to connect PS4 to projector?”
If you’re stuck in the same dilemma, you’re in for a treat. It’s because we’ve solved your query in this article.
Can you connect PS4 to Projector?
Yes! It is possible and extremely easy to connect PlayStation 4 to projector.
Furthermore, you can also connect PS4 to an older projector, and we’ll talk about it very soon.
But, before that:
How to Connect PS4 to Projector?
Here’s a 5-step process to connect PlayStation 4 with your projector:
- Get an HDMI cable (either provided with PS4 or your projector) and power OFF both projector and PS4
- Connect one end of the HDMI cable to the ‘HDMI out’ port on PlayStation 4
- Connect another end of the HDMI cable to the appropriate HDMI port on your projector
- Power ON both the devices
- Select the appropriate HDMI input source from the projector’s OSD menu. It will display the PS4 content
Thus in these 5 simple steps, you can connect PS4 to projector using the HDMI ports and HDMI cable.
The steps involved in this procedure are simple. Yet, the provided HDMI cable with your PS4 or projector is around 1 meter long.
However, if your projector is ceiling-mounted or there’s a significant amount of distance between your PS4 and projector. In that case, you’ll need a very long HDMI cable, i.e., 10-feet or 15-feet HDMI cable, to make a proper connection.
What if I already have a long HDMI cable connected to the projector?
Suppose you have a long cable already attached to the projector with another device. In that case, you do not need to get another long cable.
In such a case, you could connect two devices to a projector via a single cable. A device like an HDMI switch will help you connect two devices to a projector with a single cable.
Let’s say you want to connect a cable TV and PS4 to a single HDMI port on your projector with a single long cable. You can get an HDMI switch like this one. With this device, you can connect your Cable TV and PS4 to one end of the HDMI switch with HDMI cables.
Through the other end, you can connect your long HDMI cable from the HDMI switch to the HDMI port on your projector.
To toggle between the input sources, press the button on the HDMI switch. This button will cycle through your Cable TV and PS4 input.
How to connect PS4 to projector without HDMI port?
If you have an old projector with an HDMI port. Here’s what you can do.
You’ll need an HDMI adapter that has the same connection port on your projector.
Suppose your projector has a VGA port. In that case, you must get an HDMI to VGA adapter for your PS4. With this adapter, you can quickly connect your PS4 to projector via a VGA cable.
To reduce complexity, you can skip the adapter and directly buy an HDMI to VGA cable. This cable will transfer and convert digital signals from the HDMI port to analog signals via the VGA port.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I connect my PS4 to my projector and surround sound?
You can connect your PS4 to the projector with an HDMI cable. Later, connect the projector to your surround sound system through the HDMI Arc port (if available) or a 3.5mm jack.
How do I display my PS4 without HDMI?
If the projector doesn’t have an HDMI port, then you’ll need an appropriate HDMI adapter.
I hope this article was able to answer your various questions like:
Can you connect PS4 to a projector?
How to connect PS4 to projector?
And how to connect PS4 to projector without HDMI?
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