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1998 73" Mitsu diamond the RBG/HV Im trying to

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I'm not sure that the set can handle the speed, but make sure that the sync pulse is on the green when you make the connection. Also, you must use the component input not the composite. IF hte picture ends up being purple, you will need ot change the set from YPrPb to RBG as well.

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Dan

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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