Question about Sanyo PLC XU33 Multimedia Projector
How do i connect to the projector?
Most of the Apple iBook G4 series have a video out port on the left side. This is a non-standard port and would require the use of an adapter (Apple VGA Display Adapter) that is normally included with the laptop package when first bought. The VGA's output connector is the standard 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15).
On the other hand, the Sanyo PRO XTRAX projector is capable of multiple input type of connectors. They are: a) RCA type composite video in, b) DVI, c) RGB, c) RS232, d) S-Video, e) USb and f) VGA. You would then be using the latter, VGA since it matches the Apple VGA Display Adapter.
To connect the iBook to the projector, you would need a length of VGA cable that are available in most projector/computer stores. Here, here and here are examples of commercially available.
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Posted on Feb 03, 2008
broken lamp?? check for little cracks in the bulb bar.
If lamp is discoloured( dark grey), overheating is cause, no cooling after using the PJ.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
SOURCE: Sanyo Pro Xtrax Projector
not all computers are F4 - some are F7... - If there is not a small graphic on each Function button - just press and hold your function button and I'd start with F3 then F4 then F5 and so on - often your image will appear on the projection screen and disappear from your laptop - just re press Function and the appropriate key - you may also need to change your display - go to your control panel then display then settings and you will want 1024x768 - as far as cables you will need a male VGA that will plug into (usually blue) connection on your laptop and then depends on what type of projector you are using - it may take a VGA or RGB (5pin cable ~ red green blue horizontal vertical) make sure that in your menu settings that you have it set to the same as the input you have plugged into
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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