Virgin V+ box to Projector

oiref

Standard Member
Is it possible to connect the two, the projector has an S video, D-sub and what it calls video connections and if so whats the best way please thanks
 

Ben

Well-known Member
Is it possible to connect the two, the projector has an S video, D-sub and what it calls video connections and if so whats the best way please thanks

It'd help if you told us the make/model of your projector. Does it have component input? (S-video is no good without conversion, probably same for D-sub, although difficult to say without knowing the make/model. "Video" is probably composite, which will look poor on a projector).
 

oiref

Standard Member
Sorry it's a BENQ DLP PROJECTOR model PB2120 no it doesnt have component it just has 2 audio and what it calles a video connector(jack)
 

Ben

Well-known Member
Best (HD) = Convert HDMI to RGBHV (D-sub) using an HDFury or similar (Around £75). This would allow you to watch BBCHD/HD VoD content & benefit from the upscaling capabilities of the V+ too :)

Average (SD) = Convert RGB Scart to S-Video (Around £50).

Poor (SD) = Composite scart to "video connection/jack". No conversion required, so just a cheap adapter & composite lead will do (less than a tenner).

Hope that helps :)
 

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