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post #961 of 2305
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Originally Posted by Pawel Dubiel View Post

When it comes to 3D, people read the instructions smile.gif it say clearly the 3D works only on 120Hz 1024x768 resolution.
I was wondering if it works and the prez HDMI plugged into my laptop, and without the slightest problem in Ubuntu via nvidia tools set on the projector 1024x768 resolution and 120Hz refresh chose the projector without any obstacle responds to pressing the 3D button on the remote control that activates these functions and change sync L / R and R / L smile.gif.
Today I bought on ebay glasses for 3D DLP link DLP link known works on the principle of white light flash with a picture-frame glasses synchronize with obrazme on the screen after the flash of white light. How do I get eye check that it works properly smile.gif progrmu Bino via the Ubuntu and flim Side by Side gdzy not have BlueRay.
Honzík wematrz I wonder if the projector on the motherboard there is no card slot to attach DVB-T, eg miniPCI similar to those of a laptop would be great if it was was impossible to just plug in this card smile.gif and activate the service menu with TV functions is possible on the motherboard place in which missing elements responsible for electronic tuner and it will beardziej already troublesome and expensive to get a diagram and parts to them smile.gif Solder likely it will be on the underside of the motherboard where the antenna terminals are caps from the housing.
I think you are right, TV tuner is missing look:





post #962 of 2305
That sucks... Honzik if you have access to the projector try changing the code to 00 and see if there are any changes in the menu
post #963 of 2305
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Originally Posted by Sherazta View Post

That sucks... Honzik if you have access to the projector try changing the code to 00 and see if there are any changes in the menu
Why you dont try it by yourself?

BTW, I tried and I cannot change it to 00, its back in US
Edited by Honzik1 - 12/13/12 at 10:07am
post #964 of 2305
I'm at work frown.gif.... I will try it tonight. I was reading the other forums and they say 02 is US.. 00 is all regions so I was going to give it a shot tonight
post #965 of 2305
Tuner,Analog/Digital (TU3700)
[EBL61060001]
Tuner,Analog/Digital (TU3700)
TDSS-G101D DVB-T/C/PAL/SECAM 45HZTO866HZ 5 3.3 72DB 75OHM HORIZONTAL DIN CONNECTOR 1 CH I2C LG INNOTEK CO., LTD (LG Spare Part forLCD ,22LK330-TH ,26LK330-TH ,32LK330-TH ,32LK450-TG ,42LK450-TG)

Like this litle smile.gif is not same


Price is 24 Euro
Edited by Pawel Dubiel - 12/13/12 at 10:29am
post #966 of 2305
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Originally Posted by Sherazta View Post

I'm at work frown.gif.... I will try it tonight. I was reading the other forums and they say 02 is US.. 00 is all regions so I was going to give it a shot tonight
Only 02 17 and 18 country codes are working. But I dont see any difference.

Btw, I have found some debug port:
post #967 of 2305
smile.gif Want to try to run as a TV tuner heads I find this LG is likely to buy smile.gif So far I have to first get to the service menu smile.gif




I found a tuner for 2.50 euro buys smile.gifsmile.gif Processing aerial socket and the TV will maybe PA70G. There is a small problem because the seller is on holiday until 07/01/2013 smile.gif

Bought together with shipping 5 euros, if it does not fit, and so there is no loss because it may be useful to replace the LG LCD TV. smile.gif You can try it and how it is going to work gentlemen smile.gif I do not think one of you will be happy: P.

I just have to replace the antenna port on smile.gif

Edited by Pawel Dubiel - 12/13/12 at 11:00am
post #968 of 2305
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Originally Posted by Pawel Dubiel View Post

smile.gif Want to try to run as a TV tuner heads I find this LG is likely to buy smile.gif So far I have to first get to the service menu smile.gif
I found a tuner for 2.50 euro buys smile.gifsmile.gif Processing aerial socket and the TV will maybe PA70G. There is a small problem because the seller is on holiday until 07/01/2013 smile.gif
I found PDF where TU3700 is in details:
http://eletronicageral.com.br/esquemas-e-manuais/treinamentos-e-cursos/lg/treinamento-lancamento-lg42cs650/com_jdownload_frontend_header_finish_title/com_jdownload_frontend_mirror_url_title_2
post #969 of 2305
Something wrong with this PDF not see it out of the box smile.gif I guess some virus? RAR is packed?
post #970 of 2305
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Originally Posted by Pawel Dubiel View Post

Something wrong with this PDF not see it out of the box smile.gif I guess some virus? RAR is packed?
It is in rar, yes.
post #971 of 2305
TDSS-G101D LGE is a product and it's head FullHD TV tuner MPEG4. If it works in most LCD TV LG possible that will operate in PA70G the I2C bus communication

There is only one problem smile.gif projector remote control does not have all the features that are likely to need to use the TV but that is particularly adapt to remain universal remote control.

Well the road is not even our original LG remote service would be so remote from the head smile.gif the problem is getting more serious service scheme because PA70G Beside the head will be missed a lot of passive Control element as resistors and capacitors smile.gif
Edited by Pawel Dubiel - 12/13/12 at 11:37am
post #972 of 2305
Probably the best thing is to see if we can see if anyone has opened the PB60 and compare the TV tuner.
post #973 of 2305
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Originally Posted by Sherazta View Post

Probably the best thing is to see if we can see if anyone has opened the PB60 and compare the TV tuner.
You mean LG PB61U?
post #974 of 2305
yeah sorry ... lg has so many of these damn models...
post #975 of 2305
Honzík if you have opened the projector? you can insert picture the whole motherboard and especially around smile.gif XD processor. and markings motherboard smile.gif could be compared with the main discs LCD TV with an XD and see what there are components for the TU3700
I think that will be easier to download stuff service instructions with diagrams for LG LCD TV
post #976 of 2305
Just got this LG and it was manufactured in November, but, I'm sad to report it has focus issues. It will be exchanged for another soon and I hope to get lucky. The focus issue is glaringly obvious when viewing text hooked up to a pc via hdmi or vga. Half screen or patches focused while the rest is blurred. Still movies look good, but my eyes are too discerning to stand for this focus issue. Not sure what if anything I can do besides a user fix, but I'd rather exchange it in hopes of getting a good one, but I'm disheartened by my build date since it seems the current batch has the same problem. I have tried in vain playing with the adjustment on the side of the projector, but no amount of finagling gives you uniform focus.
post #977 of 2305
Having a neutral keystone would be one thing to do, if you don't already.

If you have the projector at an angle that causes excessive keystoning, you can expect image distortion.
post #978 of 2305
How can you tell the manufacturing date on the LG's...?
post #979 of 2305
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Originally Posted by Sherazta View Post

Probably the best thing is to see if we can see if anyone has opened the PB60 and compare the TV tuner.

the PB60 doesn't come with a tuner, the PB61U does:D
post #980 of 2305
INTERESTING....I've been keeping an eye out for the PB61U for months now, waiting for the 599 price to drop, I had bought one from Beach Camera but I received a box that was re-sealed, sold to me as new...it looked like the projector hadn't been touched, I returned it and got a refund...but tonight I noticed the PB61U model has been pulled from all the vendors, you can't find it anywhere. I wonder if it's because it didn't sell or because LG is getting ready to release new models? it's just strange that everybody decided to stop selling or trying to sell....what are my conspiracy theorist friends think about this???biggrin.gif
post #981 of 2305
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Originally Posted by Rugrash View Post

Having a neutral keystone would be one thing to do, if you don't already.
If you have the projector at an angle that causes excessive keystoning, you can expect image distortion.
Keystone at zero, I've fiddled with all the settings I can (not the hidden menus or anything of that sort), so I doubt it will have any effect. I'm thinking it's just a defective unit with poor focus like others have mentioned. While the projector looks nice for movies, it's not usable for text and even during movies or television shows I can't stop myself from noticing the uneven focus. Without a proper guide or youtube video of some sort I'd be hesitant to attempt a manual repair that would invalidate my warranty nor should I since I expect a LG release ready projector to not have these damning defects. I'm naive I suppose. I'll still flip a coin and hope the next one I get have uniform focus. I wonder if those who report their projector is sharp and focused are using them via their PC where the text makes the obvious focus issue glaring. Maybe the whole line is problematic.

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Originally Posted by dahur View Post

How can you tell the manufacturing date on the LG's...?
Lift the projector up and look on the bottom should be a clearly stated manufactured date.
Edited by Demianwulf - 12/13/12 at 7:06pm
post #982 of 2305
one last thought about the PA70G and PB61U....in my opinion the PB61U doesn't have a proper cooling system as the PA70G does, maybe it's due to the tiny enclosure compared to the bigger PA70, but the few days I had the PB61, I noticed it got way too hot even in economy mode, Im thinking that LG will release a 700 lumen with built-in HD tuner in 2013 same design as the PA70G and no focus issues, but that might just be wishful thinking...someone wrote on a prvious post how his PA70G model now says PB71U after messing with the service menu, I assume that would be a likely model number given the fact that the lil brother's model is the PB61U, but who knows. I think I'll wait for the next generation tongue.gif
post #983 of 2305
@Demianwulf

Dang sorry to hear that frown.gif. I emailed LG support last week about replacing my uneven focus model (June build date) and have yet to hear back from them. I would just return to the store but I got it out from frys out of state, so I dont think I have any options besides sending it back to LG. But they don't seem to want to email me back...

Of course we could still crack the thing open and fix it ourselves... Still would feel better if a couple more people reported they were able to 'fix' theirs with a simple shim...
post #984 of 2305
I don't know if it was on sale or not but I got mine for $ 65 smile.gif

It is the 100 " Inland model.

BTW ? does anyone know much about BCM body control moduals in cars ?

I might have to get a new one for my car. expensive eek.giffrown.gif
post #985 of 2305
Is it a value a home theater nut would appreciate ?

At this point I will take what ever I can get at a cheap price other than using blackout cloth.

I did notice the screen material is how should i say ? brighter ? than the blackout cloth.

I can't put up mine yet until I take care of my car problems and find some way to protect the screen from dirt and dust falling from the upstairs floor.
This set up is in a basement without a finished basement ceiling.
The floor joists are open and exposed.frown.gif
I am thinking of making some kind of dust dirt cover/hood for the screen.
It's a pull down type of screen.
When the guy brought out the screen I thought I bought the wrong model it was big ! huge !
I thought ? how in the world am I going to fit this in the basement ?
Unless ? I build a new house around the projector screen ? biggrin.gif
post #986 of 2305
$399.00 price back @ frys this week, free shipping
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post #988 of 2305
Honzík saw something in the service menu on wifi or DLNA because it is the opportunity to buy a WiFi LG AN-WF100 for LG LCD televisions wonder if when connected to a USB gave start to do the trick smile.gif and use wifi and DLNA wireless share files. Since the PA75C is the possibility of maybe the upgrade software you can run to it smile.gif.

Looked through some televisions and service schemes have a small list of probable passive Control element that may need to be for connecting TV tuner and disc TU3700 PA70G are similar to use the same systems and software, so I think that it may work. I have yet to open the projector only do a few pics approximation. Sheets look for integrated circuits and verify the connection.
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post #990 of 2305
Yep, tried that with tv, not very useful, just a gadget.
http://www.lg.com/global/magicremote/
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