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Component/RGB switching on a Lumagen

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by imichael, Feb 17, 2005.

  1. imichael

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    Hello again
    Now I've had the Vision for a week I've worked out the memories and calibrated for NTSC and PAL DVD's :thumbsup: , but I have just noticed that I am only using the RGB out into VGA.

    Both my Briteview and Iscan Pro worked sending component and RGB to the VGA on the screen, but with the Lumagen I get the green screen. Is there any possible reason for this? It is not earth shattering as the RGB picture is great, but I would like to compare it to component to see if there is a difference. I will try with a component break out cable tonight to see if the YUV inputs work.

    I have all sources routed through the amplifier, and barring Sky on Svid they are set to component, with up switching to component out.

    Thanks

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    What display are you using? On mine (Panny PWD6) you have to manually switch the VGA input between RGB, RGBHV, Component etc.
     
  3. imichael

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    It's a Delphi, and it switched automativally with the other two boxes - there is no menu option for changing it.

    I'm going to try just connecting the DVD player later, without the ampin th emiddle and see if that makes a difference

    Ian
     
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    RGB/H/V will (should) give you the best result anyway.
     

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