Question about Sharp Notevision PG-C30XE Multimedia Projector
I tried with 3 different computers (Asus, Medion, Toshiba with Win7 and Win8) and 2 different vga-cables connecting the projector with the computer. Every time the display lacks the green color. The display shows only magenta and red but no yellow and green. I connected the projector in both of the inputs. The Video input of the projector however is working perfectly, full color, no problem.
There are 3 different types of analog video signal ports on your projector; s-video, composite video, and RGB. Which one of the three are you using to connect your PC to?
The projector's resolution rate is XGA [1024 x 768]
If you are using a VGA cable designed and capable of handling 640 x 480 resolution; then it will not support XGAs 1024 x 768 signal. On the other hand, if the coaxial cable you are using is a multi band one that is capable of supporting VGA and XGA resolution signals, most likely the problem is not with the cable- although I have come across brand new cables that are defective.
Please let me know if this helps or else we'll try another approach :)
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
Testimonial: "Thank you for the detailed answer! I'll clarify what I did: I connected the Notevision via input1 and later via input2. Both are apparently designed for the computer ('computer'is being printed on the back of the projector at these inputs) The s-video or the RS232C input I didn't use yet. The input3, the audio-video input, I connected with a DVD player (3 cables with tulip- or sony connectors for left-audio, right-audio and video) and that works excellent! The computer cables I use have connectors with 3 rows of 5 pins (total 15 pins) at both ends. I have been able to connect XGA monitors (1024 x 768) through these cables with my Asus and Toshiba computers, no problem there. So I still don't understand why the display is purple-red. Is some circuitry damaged? Could I use Input 3 for the computer? (after transformed the signal from RGB to ... But perhaps (hopefully) the solution is in a different direction."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Video input won't accept signal.
if the video signal is HD, the projector can't read it.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks. Hopefully this will help others. Since the input was not HD, it didn't solve my issue, however."
go into the menu and into the video options. there should be an option for black and white or color. if there isn't, reset the settings to factory default.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
resolution issue. reset the settings to factory default. if that doesn't solve it, make sure the resolution on the projector matches what is on the computer. and it should take mac ok. also check the cable.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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