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Does a 2002 Hitachi 61' 61swx10b have a pixel count ?

I'm confused about buying a blu ray player for my older HD hitach.

I was reading the new data on 2008/2009 hitachi plasma, and while mine is a projection I began to wonder does a projection have a pixel count ?
I tried plugging in a sharp blu ray saturday and using component cables it would not show a picture on my screen, sound was there but no picture ? Im literate ablout cables and hdmi, but my older tv does not have HDMI connections.. thoughts and answers to these 2 questions ?

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  • misteredwin1 Feb 23, 2009

    The answer to your 1st suggestion is, I could not bring up the menu on the blu ray because I have no picture from. Almost like it was not connected. I have a Sony DVD player, plugged up, so I can physically place the blu ray on top of the DVD and use the cables from DVD to hook up the blu ray, still, no picture. !

    TV was already using this component setting, so no change needed on TV

    I have a Denon sound system so I pluged red and white audio into that. Help ???? I have my manual for the TV and my girlfriends Sharp Blu Ray, but before I unhooked her HDMI cable at her house and brought it over to my place, I made sure the blu ray was component "ready".. thoughts ?

  • misteredwin1 Feb 24, 2009

    great service ! finally I understand :)

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You have to tell your blu ray player to only output 1080i via component cables. Do this in the blu ray players setup menu.

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  • Chuck Feb 23, 2009

    a projection uses lines of resolution. so just make sure to connect the red and white cables for audio and the 3 rgb cables to tv. oh and i dont know if you have to tell your tv that you are using the component input in the setup menu. i am trying to find your manual online but cant seem to find it.

  • Chuck Feb 23, 2009


    Your component outputs may be labeled Y, B-Y, and R-Y. In this case, connect the components B-Y output to the TVõs PB input and

    the components R-Y output to the TVõs PR input.

    4. Your component outputs may be labeled Y-CBCR. In this case, connect the component CB output to the TVõs PB input and the

    component CR output to the TVõs PR input.







    i can help you better here just email me charles_farrah@comcast.net

  • Chuck Feb 23, 2009

    what is the model # of your sharp blu ray player?

  • Chuck Feb 23, 2009

    this is on page 15 of the sharp blu ray player








    and good luck.

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