I was recently given a Sony VPL-VW10HT projector that has 2 component inputs, 1 RCA & 1 S-vid. I'm trying to integrate it into my media center and I don't seem to be having much luck. I thought I could connect it to my HTPC via a DVI-I to component cable but I keep coming up with the same error: "Frequency is out of range". The video card I have on my HTPC is an ASUS EAH3450/DI/256M Radeon HD 3450. The card can output DVI, HDMI & VGA. Before I spend any more money on this I wanted to ask for the support of the forums on the likelihood my next route would work. I have an Onkyo 605 receiver with all my sources going to it (HTPC-HDMI, PS3-HDMI & Wii-Component) and outputing one HDMI cable to my television. Do I need to purchase an HDMI splitter and an HD FURY 2 to get my projector to accept this? This would be an even more ideal solution since all my sources could connect at once, but I've already spent $60+ on cables and adapters that didn't work. Please help before I waste any more money on this.
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