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We tried to watch a basketball game on the projector. We used a vcr player, and had it switched to t.v. for the receiver. The picture was not good at all, it could be focused in, but the contrast and color did not seem to help much. The room was dark. We could not make out the images very well, and thus watched the game on regular t.v. the vcr player did work well, and we even slipped in a vcr tape, and it was much better. How can we have a good tv picture.

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Try running a picture streaming from laptop or desktop / tower pc. use a 15 pin din connector (monitor cable) to achieve this and your picture on your projector will be much better. HDTV quality. any other questions email me back at zx1400jay@hotmail.com Good luck. Sincerely HDTV GURU JAY

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