Question about Sony CPJ D500 Multimedia Projector

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Screen output I have a solid gray stripe with some scatter running up and down on the right side of the output. it doesnt seem to be there on video out. any suggestions or fixes

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  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2008

    I have the same problem with the same projector. I have just got it, it was a gift. It was supposed to be ok. But I donĀ“t think it is the resolution. Any other idea? Thanks very much.

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If connected to the PC, try lowering the resolution. The maximum resolution supported by this model is SVGA compressed (800 x 600). At higher resolutions, I have seen a vertical stripe similar to what you described

Posted on Sep 01, 2007

  • Robert George Jan 21, 2012

    I had the exact same problem and lowering the resolution as you suggested corrected the problem. It would have been nice if Sony had this suggestion in their troubleshooting information. Thanks again!

  • Robert George Jan 21, 2012

    I had the exact same problem and lowering the resolution as you suggested corrected the problem. It would have been nice if Sony had this suggestion in their troubleshooting information. Thanks again!

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I have the`same issue with the gray line, but lowering the resolution doesnt remove the line??

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Sorry, yes it worked!
I did that. I changed the resolution to minimum 600x800 and it is fine. Great. many thanks!

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