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Projector cable I need to figure out what cable I need to connect my Gateway laptop to my Infocus projector. I think it is an AVG to M1? Todd

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The cable is an InFocus M1-D to VGA cable.

Easy to find inexpensive on eBay.

Posted on Nov 29, 2009

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Looking at purchasing a used HP MP3135. In purchasing a HDMI female to M1-DA male adaptor, will this allow me to connect my laptop etc via HDMI cable? We also would like to connect a Wii and HD TV, how do...


HP available M1 to VGA (included )
Optional M1 to DVI (available on HP accesories)
To connect laptop via HDMI to Projector you need a HDMI to DVI adapter + Cable M1 to DVI (you get ONLY Video on DVI Output)
To connect Wii to projector you need a M1 to Composite

look the manuals on page 20-30

You can download the user guide on
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00063031.pdf

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you will need an M1 to vga cable.

http://www.infocus.com/Accessories/Cable/SP_DVI_A_R.aspx

Apr 14, 2010 | InFocus LP70+ Multimedia Projector

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No sound on my infocus lp530 - laptop thinks its connected, audio cable is good, sound is up on the projector. suggestions?


make sure the settings on the projector are set to internal speakers and (obvoiusly) the sound is on and up on the laptop.

Oct 16, 2009 | InFocus LP 530 Multimedia Projector

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LP 130 PROJECTOR SCREEN IS GREEN WHEN I HOOK UP DVD WITH COMPONE


the cable might be the problem. swap out with another cable. other than that, make sure that the correct input is selected and the resolution matches.

Mar 11, 2009 | InFocus LP 130 Multimedia Projector

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Display has a green tint to it tho it looks fine on the laptop.


A tinted image (whether green or another color) is almost always a symptom of a bad or damaged cable - or a loose cable connection. In your case, you'll likely need a new M1 to VGA cable (Part# SP-DVI-A-R).

Assuming that you've made sure that the cable connections are solid at both ends, there is a simple test to verify that this is a cable issue and not a costly projector issue. While the image is tinted green, open the menu. If the menu colors appear fine while the rest of the image is still tinted green it's the cable.

Jan 21, 2009 | InFocus LP70+ Multimedia Projector

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Connecting Dell laptop to Infocus LP820


The USB cable doesn't transmit Video. You need to plug in the VGA cable. The "DVI" port on the LP820 is not a a DVI but a M1 Digital port and won't work with DVI unless you get a converter.

Nov 30, 2008 | InFocus LP 820 Multimedia Projector

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Infocus LP70 - It's all Green


A tinted image (whether green or another color) is almost always a symptom of a bad or damaged cable - or a loos cable connection. In your case, you'll likely need a new M1 to VGA cable (Part# SP-DVI-A-R).

Assuming that you've made sure that the cable connections are solid at both ends, there is a simple test to verify that this is a cable issue and not a costly projector issue. While the image is tinted green, open the menu. If the menu colors appear fine while the rest of the image is still tinted green it's the cable.

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