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Does ViewSonic PJD5122 Projector have a filter?

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You have a 3.5mm Audio Input jack for external audio in. ( Not Speakers) The Audio Output jack is for connecting that to a stereo system which is the best way to go. So, what you want to do is connect your xbox audio out which is probably a rca jack to the projector. I believe you will have to buy a y-adapter ( 3.5mm male > double rca fe-male) then use the standard rca audio cables. You don't plug speakers into that unit, I hope you haven't damaged the audio circuit. You might have a external audio switch within the menu of the projector to switch from internal to external audio source,,, look for that.

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I got a viewsonic pjd5111 projector used . it power on for aleaast 30 sec and shut down immediately temp light red and lamp light green . i hv tried everything .help


Check if there is a cooling fan. Is it rotating?
It is also possible that the filter is dusty and needs to be cleaned/replaced.
(all projectors have a cooling fan and a filter to prevent dust from reaching the lamp. A faulty fan or a reduced air flow may cause an overheat problem)

Aug 16, 2016 | ViewSonic Office Equipment & Supplies

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Why does my Viewsonic PJD5122 turn itself off after about 30 seconds of use?


Review your manual and check for a self-protecting power-off feature to prevent overheating. If it provides one, then you may have a fan that is out or became disconnected. Re-trace your steps when you replaced the lamp, you may find something that was not re-connected.

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Jul 15, 2014 | ViewSonic PJD5122 3D Projector

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Green screen on VGA with Viewsonic PJD5122


VGA is separated analog signals in Red, Blue, and Green. Under normal cases, you'd be able to change the cable, source, or input port and resolve the issue. Unfortunately, if the green tint persists with all input ports on the projector (The two blue ones are Input, the black one is output. There is a potential that attaching input to the black output port could have caused the damage), different sources, and different cables, then it's likely a problem with the projector hardware itself and would require warranty service or otherwise repair or replacement of the projector. If you have an alternate way the projector can be attached, then try that (Such as SVideo), otherwise there may not be any good solution in this case short of checking the guts of the system.

Mar 28, 2014 | ViewSonic Office Equipment & Supplies

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PJD 5111 Viewsonic projector shuts down after 10minutes?


Hi! I think it is the time to remove the cover and check for air filters blocked with dust.

When this happens, air doesn't flow freely through the projector and result in overheating, which leads to automatic shutdown.



Sep 20, 2011 | ViewSonic PJD5111 Projector

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How do i connect to cable tv to receive pictures from that source?


connect the video output from the cable settop box/decoder to the video input on the projector. also connect the sound signals as well

Jun 06, 2011 | ViewSonic PJD5122 3D Projector

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It says, that the ViewSonic PJD5122 SVGA DLP Projector has a built in 5 watt speaker. Does it? Because when i try to hook my xBox into it, there is no sound when the voume is all the way up. Also, when I...


You have a 3.5mm Audio Input jack for external audio in. ( Not Speakers) The Audio Output jack is for connecting that to a stereo system which is the best way to go. So, what you want to do is connect your xbox audio out which is probably a rca jack to the projector. I believe you will have to buy a y-adapter ( 3.5mm male > double rca fe-male) then use the standard rca audio cables. You don't plug speakers into that unit, I hope you haven't damaged the audio circuit. You might have a external audio switch within the menu of the projector to switch from internal to external audio source,,, look for that.

Dec 03, 2010 | ViewSonic Televison & Video

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Viewsonic projector pj501 - Has purple bloch with


2 issues- the light filter on one of the lcd panels is burnt due to excessive dust and heat. and one of the lcd panels is shot. time to replace the entire optical engine, unless you can get the prism assembly. otherwise, replace the projector. if you do, remember to keep it clean.

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My viewsonic pj400 projector switches itself off


hello

i have the same problem, a clear image, the the projector shuts down, turn the fan on, and "lamp" blinks.

i returned my projector to viewsonic service center, they told me to change the lamp.

the problem is that a lamp is very expensive!

HudgeFR

Jul 13, 2009 | ViewSonic PJ400 LCD Projector

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