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Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Jerome, Jan 11, 2002.

  1. Jerome

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    Hi,

    I will soon have a 16:9 Sony 400 PJ. First PJ for me & so I could do with some help!

    I have a Rotel 995 DVD & the old RSP966.
    Looks like s-video/RCA compsite O/P from the RSP only, but obviously the 995 has digital & component etc

    Question is, what cables/format should I use to connect the DVD to the RSP & the RSP to the Sony PJ?

    Apologies if this seems a total HC novice question - but then that's what I am!

    Thanks.
     
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    Jerome

    If you mean the SONY VPL-W400Q, it's been a least 4 years since I actually saw one. If I remember correctly it has composite, s-video and RGB 15pin but can not eccept component input!

    I would go for s-video 1st as the cables will be much easier to come by and cheaper. If you are happy with that then great, if not, then try to get a suitable RGB scart to 15pin. I have seen this work on several projectors, but not all.

    I don't know what an RSP966 is so I can't comments on that!
     
  3. Jerome

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    thanks for that - I will probably start off using s-vid to & from the processor in that case... and then probably end up posting loads of questions about tweaks!
     
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    There is a huge discussion forum devoted to the Sony 400QM at www.thebigpicturedvd.com
    along with FAQ and other stuff. You should find more than enough info to keep you tweaking for months there.
     

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