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How can you connect a RCA reciever to a DVR and DVD.

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Dvd or dvr audio output to receiver input.

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How do you hook the lcd projector to a portable dvd player?


The Dell 1100MP has SVideo and RCA input connections you can use, it all really depends on the type of video out connection that your portable DVD player has.

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/acc/1100MP/eDoc/DAO/OM-DAO.pdf

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Try pushing the source button either on the projector or the remote. It will tell the projector to look for another source. It may currently be set on one of the other sources. If you look up the manufacturer on-line, you should be able to download the manual.

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hi, it depends how you connect the DVD to the projector. the projector itself has only one speaker (mono) - not so good for movies. the "audio in" is a mini stereo plug (same as headphones). you will need a RCA to mini stereo convertor - red/white (or red/black) RCA to mini stereo plug.
or you can connect a RCA to RCA (red/white to red/white) cable to an amplifier which is connected to speakers.
or just plain speakers, but you'll probably need a convertor cable from RCA (red/white) to a female mini stereo plug).
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How do you connect projector to satellite receiver


Hi
A satellite receiver is no different to connect when it comes projector than a vcr, dvd player etc.

There will be Video out RCA plug normally yellow in color. There there are two chords for Audio. Normally Red for the right channel and white for the left. Both RCA. If your receiver is mono, you will have only one audio.

There are corresponding jacks in the projector. There might be a video out and audio out in the projector. You can ignore those.

If you use a amplifier, The connections will go from receiver to amp and from amp to projector. It is a good idea to have an amp in between. You don't have to send the audio to the projector (which normally is not great sound quality). Just use the home hifi for it.

So summary of ideal connection :
-Video out receiver in yellow RCA to video in projector.
- One or two Audio out (Red+White RCA) from receiver to your Hifi Audio in

Listen to Hifi and watch thru projector.

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DVD connection


You can use any dvd player to connect to this unit as long as it has either a S-Video plug or uses RCA plugs. These cables only transmit the Picture and not the sound. You will need to connect the DVD player up to something that can produce the sound as the HP only has a mono speaker.

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Yes please.
You can connect it either thru the RCA Composite output(yellow) of your DVD or thru the S-Video or even thru the component out(YPbPR) connections. In the component out you would require three RCA cables and would give you the best possible picture.
Find a link below , which gives a review of the Viewsonic PJ 501.

http://reviews.cnet.com/home-theater-projectors/viewsonic-pj501/4505-7858_7-20722971.html

Hope this clarfies.
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YPbPr and YCbCr signal


with component, if there is not a solid signal, it'll go blue. if the dvd is dirty, the player is dirty, or any other break in signal, it'll go blue. clean your dvd and/or player.

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test with new cabels -and switch on your dvd first and projector second-confirm that projector input in video status(test with good brand cd).

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Hi there

First try to bypass the box and put signal directly into the Projector from the source - i.e. DVD Player

If the signal still doesn't pick up , try using a different cable.

If the problem is solved , then your Converter Box is faulty.

If the problem still occurs then you might have a faulty Mainboard - as all the inputs on this Projector is situated directly on the Mainboard.

Hope this will help you !

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it sounds like the A/V reciever does not upconvert the component signal to HDMI. Not many do. The Marantz recievers will (SR6001, SR8001, etc..). Also bear in mind that HDMI cables are finicky and may require amplification over a few meters long.

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