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Re: HDMI Port quit working
My first guess is to inspect the lead try the easiest solution first then approach the difficult after .
The second course is more painful if the lead is indeed ok then you are probably looking at one of three things constant plugging in and pulling out has caused microfractures on the pcb circuit isolating the HDMI plug ,Or dry joints on pcb , And failiure of input components on circuit . Sorry not to be the bearer of better tidings but this is one of those faults that make an engineer scream ?
WITH JOY £££$$$$££££ as it is going to take ages to find ?... Regards Vortash
Unless it is a common fault and is described in the engineers service notes lol.
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The PG-F320W has a DVI-I port between the VGA/Component input and the VGA output. You will need an HDMI to DVI cable or a HDMI to DVI adapter and either an HDMI or a DVI cable. If you use the audio input of the projector, you will also need the audio cable between the computer and the projector. (Make sure to disable the HDMI as the audio playback device. In Windows, go to the Hardware and Sound Control Panel. Then go down to Sound and Manage Audio Devices. Click on the Playback tab and check your output device. Click on Start for Windows 7 and earlier, Windows Key + X for Windows 8. Then select Control Panel.)
There is a source lock and source button I would unlock source lock button and the push source button until you get to your hdmi input you are using. You also may just plug in one input first and once you get the input right play with the multiple hdmis
hi, You can't be able to connect a tv to your projector, because it doesn't have a monitor out. There is only one way. If the source is a DVD player then connect the its HDMI output to the projector and the component video out to the tv. You can't be able to get video out from the composite video output of your DVD player, when you are using HDMI. When plug the HDMI it will switch off the composite video out. The component video out remain ON whether you connect HDMI or not. ok
I solved HDMI signal issue in my Optoma HD20. In my case it was the lack of contact between the HDMI cable plug male ending and the Optoma HD20 HDMI female port. My 35ft cable plug male HDMI ending was not completely "seating" in the Optoma HD20 HDMI female port. I solved the problem by purchasing a HDMI female to female coupler and adding a 3ft HDMI cable that had a slim male ending. This 3ft HDMI extension cable made better contact to the Optoma HDMI port and the projector was immediately able to detect HDMI signal. Hope this helps you... kaufmanekpr
I have similar issue. My
optoma hd20 signal connection with a 3/6ft hdmi cable is perfect. However, no
signal is detected when connected to a 35ft hdmi 1.4 cable. The 35ft cable is
indeed working becuase I tested it succesfully when connected to a 1080p HDTV. Did you received any solution to your problem? I wonder if it has anything to do with the HD20 design of the "debossed" hdmi ports
that prevents the cable plug from getting completely "seated" in the
port?My 35ft cable has a flat square male
ending however, the 3/6ft cables have slim male ending that seems to accomodate
perfectly in the Optoma's hdmi port design...kaufmanekpr
1. You will need a VGA or S-video cable and a 1/4 inch stereo plug that will go from the earphone jack to the EZpro then out to a amplified system for the sound. 2. I believe the EZpro has connections for HDMI which will supply sound as well as High definition video. You should have an adapter for the HDMI also if you
3. connections port as follows: 1. USB Connector (Connect to PC for Remote Mouse function) 2. RS-232 Connector 3. Audio Input Connector 4. S-Video Input Connector 5. DVI-I Input Connector (PC Digital (HDCP)/PC Analog/Component Video Input) 6. VGA In/SCART Connector (PC Analog Signal/Component Video Input, HDTV/SCART Input) 7. VGA Output Connector (Monitor Loop-through Output) 8. Power Socket 9. KensingtonTM Lock Port Looking at the usb port go counter clockwise the numbers are in succession. 1- 9
1 Power Cord 2 VGA Cable 3 DVI-I to VGA Cable (Optional accessories) 4 Audio Input Cable (Optional accessories) 5 RS232 Cable (Optional accessories) 6 USB Cable (Optional accessories
I had the same problem with flashing colors after playing for awhile. The following helped:
1. turn off bright mode from menu.
2. keeping the back side of the projector flat. I had it raised up about 3" on the backside before, not sure why but it worked fine when flat.
Hope these help you also.