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Projector will not let me change zoom size when hdmi cable is connected, but if a coaxial cable is attached it will allow me to change the zoom feature. How can i fix this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CONNECT CABLE TO MY PROJECTOR
Depending on the specific model of your Mitsubishi DLP, you can have either S video, RCA, VGA or a few other choices of INput connection.
Depending on your cable provider and hookup, you can either have a plain cable with F connector or a cable box normally with RCA connectors and a remote control.
If you have a simple cable connection that attaches direct to a TV (no remote, no box), you would need a TV Tuner to be able to receive the different channels whose output would be a composite video signal into the yellow RCA jack. You would need an RCA to RCA cable to in turn connect it to your Yellow RCA Video INput of the projector. In the absence of a tuner, an old VCR with such a feature would also serve the purpose. In some instances either units may also have an S video connection.
If you have a cable box with with remote, then there is no need for a tuner or VCR since its output would already match the projector's input.
Either way you would need a separate audio amplifier/speaker for the sound.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turns up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
SOURCE: No input detected on projector
it sounds like the A/V reciever does not upconvert the component signal to HDMI. Not many do. The Marantz recievers will (SR6001, SR8001, etc..). Also bear in mind that HDMI cables are finicky and may require amplification over a few meters long.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
The specs of the LP640 show that the maximum resolution it can handle is 720p. You are trying to make the projector do something it cannot handle
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
The yellow tint is probably coming from the lens. It could be that the glass is tempered or possibly just needs to be cleaned.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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