Question about Sanyo PLC XU35 Multimedia Projector
I just bought a blu-ray dvd player and a dvi cable and a hdmi to dvi video adapter by belkin i figured this would be the best way to get the best looking image but the screen only went black and the only option was 480p i got the bluray to work with an svideo cable and changing the aspect ratio to wide - and it looks pretty good but do you know a way i could connect into the hdmi input for better image quality?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pixelated screen on sanyo plvz2
This could only be one of two things - either the cable that will need replacement or the Mainboard of the Projector.
Try using a different cable first , in other words a new DVI cable.
If this doesn't fix the problem ( which I'm sure is going to ) you will have to get the Mainboard repaired at a Service Provider.
Posted on May 19, 2008
are the other top controls working like power, menu,select etc??
remote problems can be caused by inproper code settings in the setting menu items.
try to switch to " code 1 "
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
Have you tried changing the refresh rate. It is located under "Control Panel, Display, Setting, Advanced, Monitor" I have had some success trying this.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
I have the same unit (2 of them actually.) I have spent a lot of time on this very issue. The problem is that although the unit is "supposed" to be HDCP (digital copy protection) compatible, it is not fully. I've found that with some DVD players it will work for a minute or two and then go black, and with others, it will flash on and off, and with some it will never do anything but black. I have only found 2 ways around this. 1 is to use a computer (which does not use the HDCP) windows Vista/windows7 might have the same problems, but XP/2000/Linux work perfectly. The other solution that worked was to use a Playstation3 which seems to work perfectly with it playing DVDs and BlueRays.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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1) Look at your laptop computer to see if
you have an HDMI cable port. This port is roughly half an inch wide and
provides both the HD audio and video signal. If you don't, you are going to use
a DVI port on the laptop. This is the same port you use to connect monitors to
2) Plug the DVI-to-HDMI adapter into the DVI port on the laptop with the
Blu-ray player. If you have an HDMI port on your laptop, you can skip this
3) Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI end of the adapter. If you have an
HDMI port, plug the cable directly into the HDMI port.
4) Plug the other end of the HDMI cable into the HDMI port on the HD
television. Power on your television, press the "Input" button and
select "HDMI." You can now see the contents from your Blu-ray player
on the TV.
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