Toshiba tdp-t9 (everyday t.v.) with no hdtv hookups
I need to know if i can hook up my projector to a high definition cable box. will i be able to use a vga to component cable??? i really dont want to use an s-video but is that my only resort? please help
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You will need to buy a digital coax to an RCA or analog Headphone cable. You will plug the digital coax end of the plug into your "coax out" connection on the back of the project.
The other end will depend on your speakers. If your speakers take an RCA connection (white and yellow cables) then you will buy a Digital Coax to RCA cable. If they take a regular headphone jack then you will need a Digital Coax to 3.5mm headphone jack converter, and plug the headphone jack into your speakers.
Depending on your laptop, the internal splitter may be turned of. Usually the keystroke to turn it on is Fn F8. However it may be different on your laptop. Look at the function buttons, and the one with a screen looking thing on it is the one you press with your "Fn" key.
Well first check the colour scheme of your monitor and of the projector. If this doesn't work check the working hours of the lamp. Try cleaning the filters and if this doesn't solve your problem the best thing to do is to change the lamp of the device. If you need further assistance please leave a comment. Cheers
My TDP-T9 had the same symptoms. A 3300uF 10V electrolytic cap in the power supply (Liteon) unit was domed up, so I replaced it with a high-spec 2200uF 16V cap costing three dollars. The re-flow solder on the board was damn hard to melt though, needed 400°C setting on the soldering iron.
Have you contacted Toshiba? They will sell you a new fan. It is possible the power supply has a problem. Bulbs usually have a 90 day warranty. Contact where you bought the bulb. Prices are dropping rapidly for new projectors. Yoiu can buy a new oen for under 500.00.