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DIY Sony VPL-HS1 cable

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by frog, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. frog

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    Folks,

    I want to connect my pc to a Sony VPL-HS1 projector, problem is Sony want £80 :eek: :eek: :eek: for the cable (SIC-HS30). I have looked at price japan but their price is similar.

    Can anyone help me along the diy route ? I have a cable which was supplied with the projector (composite+audio I think) which is terminated with sony's proprietary pj-multi connector.

    Do you know what the pin-out is for the connector ?

    Thanks
     
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    does the projector have a composite video input? or a VGA connector
     
  3. frog

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    It has composite, s-video and this proprietary connector.
    Computer has composite/s-video out too, but I would prefer to use the projector's full resolution from the computer's vga out rather than composite/s-video if that's where you were heading.
     

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