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Playing blue ray movies on jvc dla sx21 projector

I have a jvc sx21 which was connected to my home theater pc by dvi cable.


I bought a ps3 and a hdmi to dvi adapter but cannot get the projector to accept the ps3 signals either from video games or blu ray discs - how can I overcome this problem - many thanks

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    want to play my ps3 hdmi to my epson moviemate 25 svideo 720p.

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Verify the resolution out of the PS3 matches a compatible mode of input to the display. You can check by temporarily connecting via a yellow composite cable. 
Also is your PS3 forcing HDCP copy protection? HDCP does not work through DVI when the input is only reading the analog signals only. Remember DVI has analog and digital signals both. HDCP does not work through Analog.

Posted on May 17, 2008

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Hi,

To connect the projector to the PS3 you willl need the following:
You will need to buy a video cable that takes the Db15 (VGA) and has 3 component cable connectors (rca) on the other end. Then you would need a component cable for the PS3 and 3 RCA barrles
This is the cable you need. You might find it cheaper someplace else? http://www.cablestogo.com/product.asp?cat%5fid=2028&sku=29640

Goodluck..

Posted on May 17, 2008

  • Priya darshan May 17, 2008

    Actually all you need is an adapter that will convert HDMI to DVI for video
    input. Here is a link to the website where I buy all my AV connectors.
    They're selling what you need for less than four bucks. You'll lose the
    audio signal when you convert it to DVI, but if you're just connecting
    it to a projector, then it doesn't really matter. Enjoy!



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It should work right away. Try again, restart the projector and ps3 make sure everything is connected and the input on the projector is on dvi.

Posted on May 17, 2008

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Did any suggestions work? I have the same projector and am thinking of
upgrading to bluray dvd player. When i tried before, I had HDCP issues. Thanks.

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