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Sharp 4:3 projector shows blue at 16:9

I have a Sharp projector that is native 4:3. I have been displaying 16:9 for 9 months. Now see blue at top of screen in "unlit" area.

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If it's a lcd projector, the polarizer on the blue lcd is fried due to excessive dust and heat. when the lcd is blacked out, the light reflects back through the polorizer, causing more heat. you'll have to send it to a sharp service center for repair. try av solutions in ny. they're really good. www.avsolutionsny.com

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What are you sending to the projector? The ES4 is a native S-VGA resolution machine. This means it has a 4:3 display panel with a pixel count of 800x600. It will accept higher resolutions, but there may be some combinations that are 16:9/16:10 that the projector isn't happy with; specifically 1080p @ 24/50/60Hz. It maxes out at 1080i 60Hz. So if you are connecting a laptop with a native resolution of 1920x1080 then the projector will struggle.

The other thing you should do once you get a signal working on the projector is to set the laptop output to the projector's native resolution. This will give the crispest image.

Toggle the laptop display (Fn + appropriate F key) so that laptop screen is off and the projector is the only thing getting a signal. Then right click on the Windows desktop area, and then select Graphics Properties from the sub menu. Change the settings from there.

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What are you sending to the projector? The ES4 is a native S-VGA resolution machine. This means it has a 4:3 display panel with a pixel count of 800x600. It will accept higher resolutions, but there may be some combinations that are 16:9/16:10 that the projector isn't happy with; specifically 1080p @ 24/50/60Hz. It maxes out at 1080i 60Hz. So if you are connecting a laptop with a native resolution of 1920x1080 then the projector will struggle.

The other thing you should do once you get a signal working on the projector is to set the laptop output to the projector's native resolution. This will give the crispest image.

Toggle the laptop display (Fn + appropriate F key) so that laptop screen is off and the projector is the only thing getting a signal. Then right click on the Windows desktop area, and then select Graphics Properties from the sub menu. Change the settings from there..

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When you send stuff in 16:9 mode, the projector shows this on the screen as 16:9, but the panel area is still 4:3. This can't be altered. So the unused part of the 4:3 panel above and below the image still bleeds some light through. That's what you are seeing.

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You have to set the out put video format of your dvd player also to 16:9. For that go to the menu of your dvd player and serch for video output seting and set the output as 16:9.

Even if you select 16:9 option in the projector if the video out put of the dvd is 4:3 , then the projector will automatically change to the 4:3.
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