Question about Optoma DX605 Multimedia Projector
It seems to have lost all the red
You should check the projector's settings to make sure you haven't accidentally altered the colors. Most computers allow for color distortion to be implemented on your display devices.
Go to Control panel, select personalization, and then click on Color Management. A number of profiles will emerge, and you will have to go through to make sure your color settings are correct. You should also go to your driver suite, which is provided by whomever manufactures your graphics card (ATI, Nvidia, or Intel), and check the color settings there, as they may have taken over the color control on your computer.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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