Question about NEC NP500WS LCD Projector
Can't figure out why image from my 2011 MacBook Pro is very fuzzy and quite blownout on my NP500WS. Tried all kinds of color profiles, resolutions settings, to no avail. I don't use it often, last time was a couple of years ago and it looked great. Same behavior from an older black MacBook to same projector. Tried 2 different DVI cables, same fuzzy appearance. Any helps or tips, folks? Thank you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: new lamp but image is dim
This usually means that there is some contamination in the light path. Since many of the mirrors and lenses must be carefully aligned, it is not recommended to have the homeowner dis-assemble +/or clean these. This unit should be sent in for serive, requesting a complete clean and alighment. The unit will be cleaned, any filters changed and the convergence checked.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Sounds like one of those problems only cureable with expert knowledge of for example Chroma feed , Lcd function , lamp luminence, not to be a killjoy but it sounds like this is one for the engineers an estimate should be free and even if you dont have it fixed you'll know whats wrong if you want to do it yourself providing you have adequate training of course .... Regards vortash
Posted on May 10, 2009
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