Question about Dell 2400MP DLP Projector
I'm going to guess that you are using an RGB cable to connect to the projector and the projector is expecting a composite signal. The composite signal would be what uses a yellow connector when you use hte red/whjite/yellow type of cable. All of the video is carried by the yellow. If the projector is expecting this and you send out component (RBG in this case), then the only video signal processed is the green. Since the green also contains the sync signal, the picture will be seen but green.
Check the menus on the projector. You should find a video selection area that will allow you to change to component input.
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Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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