Question about Projection Televisions
Hi. I have a Vivitek 51" projection HDTV. When I hookup my Xbox 360 to the RGB/VGA port and select the RGB input, the screen reads "UNAVAILABLE". If I hook the Xbox 360 to a flat screen VGA monitor, there is no problem. Is there someway I need to set the TV up to accept the VGA signal from the Xbox 360?
I'm fairly sure that the 2hdw board is the culprit here. The 2hdw pwb is Mitsubishi original p/n# 935c966001 which has since been substituted to p/n#935c966002 and costs roughly $420.00 dollars plus shipping.
It's a common failure in these units, but it's not a difficult repair for a reputable shop..
Another alternative is to have ashop pull that board and send it in to PTS Electronics for rebuild. That might save about $100.00 dollars.
Please don't rate me badly for the bad news.
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
Simplest thing would be that your component cables are not HU'd correctly. Having them reversed would do this.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
I have a 53inch philips that is showing pictre but showing green, red as shadows..
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
This Samsung LA40C350 TV requires all pins are connected from D15 D15 VGA cable
Some cables what they sell in market dont have all wires connected. Only RGB, Grounds and Horizontal and Vertical sync but missing other connections
Samsung uses those other pins detect if PC is connected or not.
Next time you buy VGA cable, take multimeter with you and check that all pinns are connected through, before buying cable.
Best Reg: Eero
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
try to lower the resolution of the display, to know how please visit the following link:
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Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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