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Projector giving green picture it is ok with RCA inputs ok with S video input but if i connect component connector like 15 pin vga from dvd player it gives green picture but with same cable if i connect pc piucture is ok , i have checked 2 dvd players as well have same problem

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  • Shoaib Rais
    Shoaib Rais Feb 20, 2009

    i have checked the settings it doesnt help it is set to auto detect i have also tried it manually but no outcome

  • Shoaib Rais
    Shoaib Rais Feb 20, 2009

    different cables tried result is same pins are ok they are not bent as well

  • Shoaib Rais
    Shoaib Rais Feb 20, 2009

    it is Epson S3 powerlite but manual doesnt help

  • Shoaib Rais
    Shoaib Rais Feb 20, 2009

    on the right side as always the other side is for monitor out i cant use it

  • Shoaib Rais
    Shoaib Rais Feb 20, 2009

    no i dont use the splitter i use separate cables to connect both manually, and i have tried selecting input to component manually but it doesnt help picture remains green , no matter what ever i do change cables or dvd players or settings proj seems ok cables seems ok dvd player 2 cant be faulty i dont knwo what is the soultion

  • Shoaib Rais
    Shoaib Rais Feb 20, 2009

    i have asked them they are unable to help and said same things as u said but it did not help i think i have to be on s-video input for rest of the time thanx for tryin hard thanx

  • Shoaib Rais
    Shoaib Rais Feb 20, 2009

    so nice of u , thumbs up for ur enthusiasm !!!!!!!!!!!

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Nothing to thank me for, i wish i could solve your problem, but i couldent. Its sad that you need to use that poor S-video connector, the differens betwin a S-video and the VGA is like night and day.
    Well, i dont give up, i will search for answers for you, and if i find any i will reply them here for you.



    Nic

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Hi !

    Talked to my friend at Epson again, he sugest that you contact Epson for further help, contact them and the will help you.

    You will find all info here:



    http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/suppo...



    Nic

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Hi again!



    I just spoket to a friend of mine who works at Epson here in sweden, he told me that (as i sayed before) its a setting known problem. You will gett a green picture from a dvd-player if you dont manually change the incoming signal to component.



    Do you use a splitter to connect both your pc and dvd to the projector or do you move the cable betwin them?



    Nic

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    On the projector, you have 2 vga ports, witch one did you connect the cable on? the one to the right or the one to the left ?

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Thanx, i know that the manual dosent help sometimes, but some forums may help:) I will ask around and see if i can come up whi a solution for you,



    Nic

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Whats the name and model of your projector? i will try to find the manual for it so i can analyze your problem better.



    Nic

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Hmm...

    Strange, its almost always the sittings with problems like this.

    Check the connectors on the cable and make sure that they are full pin connectors



    Nic

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Its just a setting issue, you need to set the projector, it dosent automatic recognize where the sourse is and where the signal comes from. Even if the signal passes thrue the same cable there is differens from a dvd and a pc. Every time you change the signal source you need to change the settind on the projector. You have to find the right settings, thats all you need to do for making it work.



    Nic

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I think, the issue might be because of lenght of the composite cable. Not all projectors can "recognize the signal" on too long composite cables, try a "standard size" cable used on monitors, it is i THINK 1,8 feet long...? Dunno. Try two short cables and see if you get "green" - if not, then your cable is too long and gives the signal to much "resistance", so your projector can "read" only one of the color channels, in your case green. If your projector setup requires long cables (and it usually does ;) ), you will have to stick to Cinch connectors and analog video signal, which I have tested on 35m long cable without any visible quality loss. Hope this helps. ;)

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