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Iscan pro to Sanyo plv-30 which connection is best?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by miremare, Sep 8, 2004.

  1. miremare

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    I have an Iscan Pro from DVDO, i also have a Sanyo PLV-30 Projector.

    Which is the best way to connect the 2.

    The Hd15 to 3rca lead DVDO reccomend is a R G B lead.

    The confusion for me is that the inputs on the sanyo plv-30 are Yellow blue and red?

    can the RGB Rca cable be used on these inputs or do i need a different one.

    thanks

    Miremare
     
  2. theritz

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    Hi and welcome to the forums....


    The back of your Sanyo should look like this picture, Click here - the three rca sockets coloured yellow, blue and red would more normally be colored green blue and red. You should connect the Green on your lead to the yellow socket, and the Blue and Red on the lead to the matching coloured sockets on the projector. I suspect that the yellow socket on the Sanyo is dual purpose - it's probably also the Composite video input, hence the (mild) confusion.

    Hope it works,

    Sean.
     
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    Miremare,

    You can output both component and RGB from the iScan.
    If using component use the 3 phono to 15 Pin HDD male cable or if using RGB use a 15 Pin HDD male to 15 Pin HDD male SVGA cable.

    Jeff :rtfm:
     

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