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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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How to you connect PS3 to to model 37PD5000


Good day!!!

Please try this procedure to connect the PS3 to TV..


The PS3 has a Blu-ray drive that can be used not only for playing games but also for watching high-definition movies. The best way to connect a PS3 to a high-definition viewing device such as a video projector is through the PS3's high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) output. The HDMI connection can transmit up to 1080p high-definition from the PS3 to the video projector using a single cable. Attaching and setting up the HDMI cable will only take a few minutes and will let you watch high-definition video from the PS3 on the video projector.

  1. Connecting HDMI
    • Attach one end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI output connector of the PS3. Turn the HDMI cable around if it does not slip right into the HDMI output, because the HDMI cable can only fit into an HDMI connector one way.
      Attach the other end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI input connector that is on the video projector. Make sure both sides of the HDMI cable is securely pushed into the connectors of the PS3 and of the video projector. Turn on the video projector. Press the "Menu" button on the video projector's remote. Navigate to the "Sources" setting on the video projector's Menu. Select "HDMI" from the "Sources" setting. Press the "Menu" button on the remote control again to exit the Menu.
    Adjusting the PS3
    • Turn on the PS3. Wait for the "Home" menu to appear on the video projector, although the quality of the video seen from the video projector will be muddied and dark. Navigate from the "Home" menu to the "Systems" icon using the game controller and select the "Display Settings" tab. Choose "Video Output Settings" from the list presented in the screen that appears. Press the right side of the directional pad on the game controller to move to the next screen.
      Choose "HDMI" from the list presented in the screen that appears. Press the right side of the directional pad on the game controller to move to the next screen. Choose "Automatic" from the list presented in the screen that appears. Press the right side of the directional pad on the game controller to move to the "Confirmation" screen. Press the "X" button on the game controller to make the settings active. Return to the PS3's "Home" menu.
    Watching the PS3
    • Insert a Blu-ray disc into the slot at the front of the PS3. Wait as the Blu-ray disc begins to play the video content on the video projector from the PS3 through the HDMI cable.

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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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When playing Video or movie from my PC, the picture is jerky and slow. I probably don't have the correct device driver loaded on my PC. I am running Windows XP.


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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Laptop display will not project onto screen


A couple of possibilities...

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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Relisys projector will not show presentation from laptop


the signal resolution may not match on the projector.

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Connecting the laptop VGA output to my Sony-KP-53HS30


There are products such as VideoSecu PC to TV Presentation Converter. I haven't used them. I'm not sure you are going to get the resolution that you want. A DLP projector does a pretty good job. I know that is not what you are looking for.

Type "PC to TV Converter" in Google. They are about $40 to $60 bucks. Before you buy one, read the reviews.

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Gateway laptop 450ROG video issue when using a projector


Honestly from the information you have listed it sounds like the issue is with your projector, not your laptop. If your laptop was having display issues it would be consistent on anything it was attempting to output display to, such as your monitor.

The projector sounds like its out of focus and possibly has a bad back light in it, I would suggest contacting the manufacture for a possible resolution.

Dec 15, 2008 | Gateway 450ROG Notebook

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Screen goes blank momentarily


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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