Greenish picture when i play my Compaq Ipaq MP3800 projector
Hi I use my Compaq Ipaq MP3800 projector to watch movies on my computer and recently i have been getting a greenish image appearing. I tried to adjust the colour settings by lowering the green and changed the contrast & brightness but i was not successful. The projector is connected to the computer via an RGB cable and i have only used 38 hours of lamp life? Can you please help me?
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It is possible that there is a allergy that is growing the blue and green gun, it will not grow in the red gun, and it blocks the video and makes it look dark, on the greenish side. To fix the problem, you have to change the coolant in the guns, and then it will look like new again.
Hi, I used to work in Best Buy and one of the key things about rear projection TVs and the reason they push those service plans on you is that the tubes/colors need to be calibrated each year. You can do this yourself by checking out the following website:
http://lgknowledgebase.com/kb/index.php?View=entry&EntryID=3229 If you are not able to adjust the convergence using the remote you will need to replace the convergence chips.
1) Convergence menu does not work for one or more colors. Such as: Red moves up,down, but left or right fails.
2) Screen is bowed looking.
If you have one or more of the problems above you need to replace the convergence chips. You can get a kit and instructions from www.TvRepairKits.com Hope this helps :)
Sounds like the lamp in the projector is staring to go. Projector lamps tend to go greenish when the bulb is starting to go. Unfortuntally they can be quite expensive to replace but they do last for around 10,000 hours.
Use component to connect this will give yu HD picture,
On the back of the set you will see A group of 5 phono sockets Blue, Green, Red, These carry picture,
Then Red, White, these carry stereo sound. Component video
Component video improves the picture quality even more by not only separating the color from the black-and-white portions of the picture but by further splitting the color information into two color-difference signals. When the picture signal is split up in this way, you get an unfiltered, uninterrupted image, with better resolution and greatly improved color saturation. And this is why component video is the predominant method of hookup from HDTV set-top decoders to HDTVs.
So this is how your set can produce HD picture from Hd source.