That's what I'm saying. is BenQ's panel simply worse than Optoma's? cuz I thought since HDMI is digital, length don't really matter as long as the panel's good enough to receive the signals.
ok so here's what becomes weirder..
i have a pc, a ps3/xbox hooked up to a a/v receiver, 1 25ft, 1 50 ft.
When I pair 50ft with PC, weird flickering red dots appear.
When I pair 50ft with PS3 & receiver, image jumps up and down, no flickering dots but no sound (see below)
When I pair 25ft with PC, less dot, but image would start jumping up and down too
When I pair 25ft with PS3 & receiver, perfect image, no sound (see below)
I was asking about a way to disable onboard speakers cuz... whenever I pair it with the PS3/AV receiver, no audio'd come out thru the home theater, and sound is not coming out from the pj either.
when i go into the sound settings on the ps3, it reads HDMI audio not available.
Now mind u if the same setup (ps3/av receiver) is paired with my monitor/flat screen, audio'd pass out to the home theater.
(I have already disabled hdmi audio output on the receiver)
Now I'm getting REALLY frustrated since the HD20 has none of this problems... the BenQ has really a much brighter and sharper image, but with problems like these, i might as well try the epson 8350 or the mitsu hc4000
also another problem i ran into is the pj even in economic mode is still a tad bit too bright for a relatively dark room... image does pop, but your eyes WOULD hurt a little after watching a 3 hr movie.
anyway, anyone who could help me with the situation in any way is much appreciated. the benq hotline didn't really give me anything useful.