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Got a noma starlight laser projector model 151-3749-2. Equipped with red and green lights. Any way to change colours? Would like blue or even clear. Maybe changeable coloured lenses?

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fist of all chack print out with useing new cartridge . if prolem not get fix than ...
that fault due to scaner problem .
u have to change scaner printer.

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SOURCE: when using component cables(red, green, blue )

The series of the cable should go green red blue into the back. if you put the green in the red and the red into the green it give the TV a red base to go off of for the picture so everything is red. The reason the green cable won't is because it transmits a black and white picture which allows it a nice base to add the green and red to.

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SOURCE: Hi, im searching for the stereo wiring chart for

This is all I could find. Hope it helps.


WIRE COLOR POLARITY LOCATION
Battery RED/BLACK (+) RADIO HARNESS
Accesory BLUE (+) RADIO HARNESS
Ground BLACK (-) RADIO HARNESS
Illumination GREEN/WHITE (+) RADIO HARNESS
Power Antenna YELLOW (+) RADIO HARNESS
LF Speaker (+) WHITE/BLUE
LF Speaker (-) BLACK/BLUE
RF Speaker (+) WHITE/RED
RF Speaker (-) BLACK/RED
LR Speaker (+) YELLOW/BLUE
LR Speaker (-) GRAY/BLUE
RR Speaker (+) YELLOW/RED
RR Speaker (-) GRAY/RED

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SOURCE: When trying to watch a film off the computer through the projector the colour red comes out green on the projector.

go to image in the menu on projected and check rgb should be off

Posted on Nov 21, 2011

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SOURCE: techwood tv flashing colours

Check to see if test pattern is on, in the main menu.

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I hv Sanyo PLC-SU07N Projector - the image is blue


I have a possible solution however it may not be THE solution your after, you'll probably be able to tell very quickly if it isn't, this will only apply if you are using either a component video signal or a PC/laptop signal to send to the projector.

If you are using a laptop or desktop to hook up your projector, I would try first of all double checking that it's correctly plugged in, and if you still have no luck try a different cable.
It's likely to be the cable because when the signal goes down the cable it's split into 5 different signals. 3 of these are the colour information for Red, Green and Blue. Depending on what you mean by 'image is blue', it could mean that your either not getting the information for Red, or your not getting the information for Red AND Green. If you want to test this, open up microsoft paint while connected to the projector and create 3 boxes, then fill 1 completely red, 1 completely green and one completely blue. If you are missing the information to any of these colours then that colour will appear black on the projector screen.

In component video the signal is split down 3 cables (rather than 5) and 2 are colours (rather than 3)... Red and Blue. Check that the cable running red (Usually labelled Pr on the DVD and projector) is completely plugged in (some of these are really tight, but it's important that it goes all the way) and also that you have plugged into the correct slot, for instance that you have plugged into Pr and not the right Audio channel, both of which are coloured red.

If you are still not having any luck then I would suggest using a computer monitor or a television (depending on what type of signal your sending it) to test the projector. Plug it in instead of the projector and if it works then the issue lies with the projector and I have at least narrowed it down for you.

Hope this has been helpful.

Mar 28, 2011 | Sanyo PLC SU07N LCD Projector

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I see no red and green colors on screen projected by pjtx 100, the rest of the colors are visible.


If you are using a component video cable (Red, Green, Blue) you may simply be missing the Red cable. It may not be fully plugged in.
You can verify that this is the case by: 1. Unplugging all video cables 2. Plug in the green cable, you should see a black and white image. 3. Plug in the blue cable, you should see some colours coming through. 4. Plug in the red cable, you should see all colours properly.
If not, unplug the blue and red cables and plug the blue cable into the red port. The colours will look incorrect, skin tones will be blue. If the colour comes through the problem is the cable. If the colour does not come through, the problem may be the projector.

Feb 28, 2011 | Hitachi PJTX100 Multimedia Projector

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Yellow image produced by DP8200x


the light filter on the blue lcd is fried and needs to be replaced. it makes sure only blue light comes therough that lcd panel. when it's light is blocked from coming through, only the red and green lights can be seen, hence the yellowness (red light+green light=yellow light). it's common with lcd projectors. unfortunately, you can't buy that piece seperately. you need to buy the entire optical engine, which isn't cheap (almost $2000).

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The left side of the screen is blueish?


The blue or yellow haze problem in this projector is because of two factors. 1) Dust buildup inside the optics and 2) Fading colour filters used in the internal optical process.

Inside the projector the white light from the lamp is split into three distinct colours of red, green and blue. Each colour illuminates their own monochrome LCD. Those LCDs are mounted on a prism that combines the separate images and displays the result you see via the lens.

The optical process to split the light up inside the projector is fairly complex and involves many light filters and mirrors to direct the light to the appropriate lcds. Those filters and lenses accumulate dust and also fade over time due to heat and other environmental factors.

I know that sharp sells replacement filters at $100 a piece. I do not know if Hitachi sells replacements.

To remove the dust and change filters you have to take apart the projector in a fairly complex way. I do not suggest that the average user do this. Good luck!

Mar 18, 2009 | Hitachi CP-X445 LCD Projector

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Seeing a blue "haze" on presentations, and when on blank screen


On the "Option" menu, try selecting "Service" and the "Factory Reset". This may help. If not, you will have to use the menus to manually adjust the level of blue in the projectin. Go here for the manual for your Hitachi and you will find instructions:
http://www.aboutprojectors.com/pdf/hitachi-cp-x445-manual.pdf

Feb 26, 2009 | Hitachi CP-X445 Multimedia Projector

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Connection Identification, experiencing no Sound


Thank you for your help I visited a Sony retail outlet yesterday and they explained that to obtain sound you have to go through a sound system using the red connection because they is no sound / speakers build into the projector.

Feb 13, 2009 | Sony VPL VW10HT Multimedia Projector

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Acer projector


A DMD has no inherent colour capability - it's just a configurable mirror array. If you want to do full-colour projection, then, you'd expect that you'd have to use three DMDs and three coloured filters - red, green and blue.
But if a single DMD's switched in synchrony with a rotating "colour wheel" - a spinning tri-colour filter that lets through red, green and blue light in turn - then the very rapid switching speed of the DMD lets it lay down red, green and blue images in such fast succession that the result is a perfect colour image.
You can do the same trick with a single LCD panel, but it's not a good idea; LCDs are transmissive, rather than reflective, devices, and block something like half of the light that tries to get through them. To maximise brightness in LCD projectors, a three-panel design works better. If you try to pump the entire output of a super-bright lamp through one LCD, keeping it cool becomes rather challenging.
The extreme smallness of the moving parts on a DMD mean that it behaves like a solid state device, not a mechanical one. For all their complexity, DMDs have very high Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF), and well-made projectors based on DMDs can be expected to last easily as long as LCD units, and probably longer. If a DLP projector fails, it's not at all likely to be because there's something wrong with the DMD.

Sep 06, 2008 | Acer PD100 Multimedia Projector

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Optoma h27 colour issues


Check to be sure that the projector is in the correct mode. If it is expecting an RGB signal and you send it (Y,Pr,Pb), you will see the picture as you describe. The same works for the above reversed. In all likelyhood, you are sending RGB and the projector is expecting the other.
Dan

May 07, 2008 | Panasonic PT-LB10VU Multimedia Projector

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Colour problems with projector


In short If the reds show as red, The greens show as green & Blue shows as blue. I would say thats as good as it can project. It's hard to judge color without seeing it for ones self but usually DLP projectors that use a colorwheel do not have perfect color.

Feb 13, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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