Question about Optoma Office Equipment & Supplies
My Comcast cable box failed about two weeks ago (endlessly cycle on boot up but not start). Box replaced but now my HD66 projector has problems receiving/decoding on all input signals except composite.
HDMI - will not sync
Component - will sync but the picture is washed out (green) and distorted; single green cable produces a sharp BW picture; connecting the blue and red create the problems
PC - same green blotchy patches
Cable box will drive another HDTV perfectly.
Thoughts? Thanks in advance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: IN72 Projector problem
My understanding when we purchased our IN72 2 years ago is that there wasn't any additional benefit for Cable box using HDMI since the IN72 does not transmit audio so using component cables for cable was optimized enough. We have our DVD player connected via the HDMI only. Possibly the transmission from cable box through an HDMI is not compatible audio is confusing it? hard to say. Cable HD channels look awesome thru the compenent cables, the max for IN72 is 480i anyway.
We've got 35 ft cables for all 3 hdmi, compenent, and that vcr one too and it's worked great.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Connect the HDMI outputs on your various components to the HDMI inputs on your receiver. Connect the HDMI output on the receiver to the input on your TV. HDMI incorporates digital audio, so no need to buy optical audio cables. If your receiver does not have HDMI inputs for all your components, you will need to make a choice. HDMI = Best, component video + optical audio = second best, S-video+ optical audio = third best
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
You have connected from PC to TV right???
1.To get the video you have to connect to TV
2.Please take a separate cables for to listen audio and to watch video,
for audio connect cables from DVD Player to Home Theater you can listen the audio
for video please connect the HDMI video to TV Where You can enjoy both.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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