Question about Sanyo PLC XU32 Multimedia Projector
I can't get the projector to work using my apple laptop. The screen just says 'no signal'. If I connect it to a PC it works straight away. It's connected with a standard Apple adapter that has been fine with other projectors. The Apple seems to recognise the projector as the screen adjusts itself as it does with other projectors.
Force the frequency on the mac to 60hz. The projector can't respond to the high clock rate of the mac. Contact sanyo for a firmware upgrade to this product as well
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Try going to the displays section in system prefs, with it all plugged in and powered up click the "detect displays" button and it should be there
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
David, a bit more please. What type of connection? VGA? DV? and at what resolution?
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Check your resolution is set correctly.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Ok kumar i did some research on your problem.
Im not real savvy with projectors, but im going to try and lead you into the right direction. Now when you connect your projector to your computer, you need to go to your input settings on your projector and put them on "auto". In your product manual it says the computer should automatically detect the projector. Now if the projector isnt displaying a proper screen then you need to to go into the manual settings and adjust the settings.
Now i want you to goto this website:
This is the manual for your projector. Scroll down to the table of contents and click on the bold letters COMPUTER INPUT click that and read a little about the way your computer connects to the projector. I hope this helps, please let me know an update. thnx
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
SOURCE: Sanyo Pro Xtrax Projector
not all computers are F4 - some are F7... - If there is not a small graphic on each Function button - just press and hold your function button and I'd start with F3 then F4 then F5 and so on - often your image will appear on the projection screen and disappear from your laptop - just re press Function and the appropriate key - you may also need to change your display - go to your control panel then display then settings and you will want 1024x768 - as far as cables you will need a male VGA that will plug into (usually blue) connection on your laptop and then depends on what type of projector you are using - it may take a VGA or RGB (5pin cable ~ red green blue horizontal vertical) make sure that in your menu settings that you have it set to the same as the input you have plugged into
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Don't forget to select the Fn key and F4 on HP laptops. It could also be the Fn key and F8 depending on the laptop brand. It is the apple key and the F7 key on a Mac notebook. On Laptops this will toggle the video to the aux port where the monitor cable connects to the projector. There are 3 modes. video on the laptop screen, video on the laptop and projector, or video to the projector only.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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