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Can this projector be connected somehow to a satellite dish receiver?

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Your Projector has a composite video input and so long as your receiver has composite out on it, they will work very nicely together. All you will need is a screened lead with a phono plug on each end.
Hope that helps.

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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.

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