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No output from projector when DVD player into RGB ports

Using a DVD player plugged into the RGB in ports, I don't get any output displayed on the projector. I Also tried the S video input port as well. I know the DVD player works on another projector. Using a PC plugged into the projector I can see display info. It's just the DVD/VCR input that doesn't seem to be going thru.

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Do that again and press input on your projector.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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What is causing a green hue to the entire screen?


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Tip: If you can move up to the next plug level, that could help too. So if you are using RGB, try a DVI cable if your projector takes it and your device outputs it. Other connections include are the Display Port and HDMI. They are on par with DVI, but they can deliver audio. Again that is only if the projector accepts it and sound can be played through the projector.

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By mistake, I selected RGB connection while setting up in sony DVD NS730P. Now the screen goes blank means output switched from DVD component connection to RGB port. How to return back to DVD componeent...


Please press the DISPLAY when the player is in stop mode.
The Control Menu appears.
Press the up/down arrow to select SETUP, then press ENTER.
Press the up/down arrow to select the RESET and then select Yes from following message.
Press ENTER.
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Dell 1200MP works with PC but not the DVD player,


Hi.

If you have a replacement cable test the DVD using a different cable, you never know.

Try the following:

  • Unplug both projector and DVD from power.
  • Keep units connected together by video cable.
  • Connect back and restart the DVD first.
  • Restart the projector only once that DVD is ON.


If it still does not work , then there may be a fault.

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Connecting Toshiba Lap Top to NEC LCD TV


From user manual (page 68):
Your computer comes with a built-in display panel, but you can also
connect an external display device to an available video port, as
follows:
❖ An external monitor or projector via the RGB (monitor) port
❖ A TV, VCR, or DVD recorder via the S-video (TV-out) port
Before connecting an external monitor or video projector, configure
your computer for the type of device you are connecting. To do this,
refer to the documentation for your operating system and devices

So you have to use an RGB cable or a S-video cable : your cable should be plugged into 15 pin VGA port in your PC and plug it into a correspondent port in your TV.
Try also S- video and select correponding input in your TV set (Both connection type DO NOT carry sound: use your audio connector from PC to TV audio input.)
Configure your extended screen using your manual instruction:
Once you have connected an external display device, you can
choose to use the internal display only, the external device only, or
both simultaneously. The quickest way to change the display output
settings is to use the display hot key (Fn + F5):
1 Press Fn and F5 simultaneously.
2 While holding down Fn, press F5 repeatedly until the setting
you want takes effect. Briefly pause each time you press the F5
key to allow time for the display to change.
This hot key cycles through the settings in the following order:
❖ Built-in display only
❖ Built-in display and external monitor simultaneously
❖ External monitor only
❖ Built-in display and TV
❖ TV only

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Delay/ whitescreen when projecting video from laptop


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Connect the external display port on your laptop computer to the projection system, and then turn on the projector. For information about connecting external devices to your laptop, see the documentation for your laptop computer.
1.
Set the display resolution of your laptop computer to match the resolution of the projector system. First, on your laptop, open the Display Properties dialog box by using the Display icon in Control Panel, and click the Settings tab. Then, in Screen resolution area, move the slider to adjust the display resolution of your laptop. If you don't know which setting to choose, try 800 x 600 pixels; this is a common setting for many projector systems. YOURS sounds like 640x840.
3.
If you have audio in your presentation, connect a cable from your laptop's audio output jack to the audio input jack on the projector, and then test the volume by playing a file that contains sound.
4.
Start the Player on your laptop. If you want to only display the Player on the big screen, and not the desktop background, maximize the Player or set it to play your video using the entire screen (full-screen mode).

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ON THE FRONT OF THE DVD PLAYER IS A HDMI BUTTON PRESS THIS BUTTON UNTILL OFF IS DISPLAYED AND YOU SHOULD HAVE PICTURE

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Panasonic PT-AE900U


Very confusing posting !

RGB input for DVD Player ?

HDMI input missing ?

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My Hyundai DVD player plays DVD's in Black and White or in a greenish tinit. Freeview, videos all okay. Any ideas?


On the DVD Player, there maybe somewhere where you can change the output to the television (Scart) from RGB to Component or Composite-mode.

RGB causes some displays which cannot handle the RGB signals to black and white.

I hope this fixes your problem.

Finally, some TVs designed for PAL cannot handle NTSC discs played through them. It causes the display to also go Black and White. If this is the case there is nothing you can do except change the display/TV.

Don forget to rate.

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DVI will not recognise now ?


Presumably, you're going directly from DVI port on computer to DVI port on Z2?. Here is a Q&A list based on all the possible sceanrios for this hook-up...

Q1: Is it DVI-D or DVI-I (with unencrypted DIGITAL output from graphics card)?
A1: Choose 'Input 2', then 'RGB(PC Digital)' on Z2.

Q2: Is it DVI-D or DVI-I (with HDCP-encrypted DIGITAL output from graphics card)?
A2: Choose 'Input 2', then 'RGB(AV HDCP)' on Z2.

Q3: Is it DVI-I or DVI-A (with ANALOGUE output from graphics card)?
A3: Choose 'Input 2', then select 'RGB(Analog)' on Z2.

After making sure the correct 'Input 2' is chosen to match the signal coming from the card's DVI port, make sure your card is outputting a suitable screen resolution that the PLV-Z2 can display correctly, e.g... 1280x720 (native, and preferable!); 640x480; 800x600; 1024x768 (choose this if you don't have 1280x720); 1280x1024, etc. Also, if you have multiple refresh rates availble for the resolutions, choose 60Hz.

You should end up with an image.

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