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Yamaha ysp 1000 set up problem

I have a problem with displaying the screen on my TV. I have the video out feed (single lead) coming from the Projector, this then feeds in to the video in on the TV (tried both AV 3 and AV4). I can find nothing special that needs to be done within the instructions. Am i missing something? It could of course be that no signal is coming from the projector - faulty. any thoughts would be welcome T100 RON

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SOURCE: connecting an iPod to Yamaha YSP-1000

The best way to get quality sound would be to go through the USB connection of the phone.

It will be hard and a bit costly to get a cable to link the Ipod and projector.

Easiet and economical way is to go to apple and purchase a cable for the jaudio jack at the top of the Ipod that will also have an audio jack connector for the projector

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