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I have a tv with video out. can i connect it to dlp projector to enlarge the to view the present movies?

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Yes if the projector has a video in

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No different then hooking up to your TV. Should be an RCA style video and audio L/R. plug it in, select input and ready to go.

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I own a Optoma EP709 dlp Projector and have had no problem until recently. I have used a hp laptop Vista based computer. I can no long toggle (fn F4)successfully so that the view is shown on the projector...


this is a shot in the dark, i don't have a projector to hook to my laptop, but i have hooked it to my tv and actually had to right click on the desktop in an unoccupied spot and go into the display settings to get my connection between both, it is probably similiar for laptop to projector.

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How long is your cable run? What type of cable connection are you using? Do you think you need to amplify the signal?

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Connect a separate monitor to your laptop and verify that your laptop's external monitor port is functioning properly.
If yes, connect and power up the LP120. Press the source key on keypad. You should see the projector switch from video to computer.
Last option, does the projector display an "out of range" message on the screen. If so, reduce your laptop resolution to 1024 x x768.

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try to replace your vga cable. if this problem occur again get help to your technician, maybe this problem is in the glasses inside of your projector.

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the signal resolution may not match on the projector.

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cover up the infrared remote sensor on the projector. The heat of these colours or something might be messinf with the infrared remote sensor. TRy this and see what happens. It may just be bad contacts. Some projectors just cant handle stuff like this. Some were meant for presentations and presentations only. BUt seriously try covering the remote sensor to see what happens. If it is an older projector the infrared signal detector might be sensitive to bright light or stuff like that.

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