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VGA svp-310 help

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by NikSoftware, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. NikSoftware

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    What is the native resolution of the 310?

    what are the frequency limits of the 310 on rgbhv bnc's?

    and/or the needed front and back porch settings?

    and sync width?

    the best i get when i try various resolutions are is two copies of the picture displayed side by side, but it is unstable and sometimes loses sync altogether
    so i imagine im pushing the limits on the freq?

    ive tried 640/480-720/576-800/600-1024/768 with no luck. :rolleyes:
     
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    The SVP-310 is a video-only unit i.e it is limited to 480i,576i (interlaced) inputs. It cannot display a progressive feed. Horizontal scan frequency is limited to 15.6Khz.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    ok in this case why is there 5bnc connection?
    rgbhv?
     
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    As you say just for RGB with sync, but only at mc regular scanrates,

    The 310 was a good pub projector really, it's suitable for using a Sky box or a tuner in a video for a big screen image. It's not data grade, so you'll not be able to utilise a HCPC or line doubler.

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